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I.:kRCIt 20, 11t,11 Mrs. Ida Dittman visited rela- 'Yes in Lincoln Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hahn, of visited near the city Sat- and Sunday With his par- Mr. and Mrs. August H. AnnoUncement has been made the next m-eeting of the Bu- Community Club will be One Week earlier, or Friday, 4. as the regular date falls C-)od Friday. O'Hara of Springfield vis- West of the city from Friday to SUnday with his aunt. Robert Rothwell, and family. and rs. John Cormolley, have been occupying part of Harper residence just north of Christian church, left Monday Peria to reside. Grable and .AAice Faye In Pan Alley,, Sunday and Mon- Mount Pulaski Theatre. Rentschler. University Student. visited south of City Saturday and Sunday his parents, ]tr. and Mrs. Rentschler. and Mrs. John T. Downing in Lincoln Saturday night Stmday With their daughter, Donald M, Barringer. Elizabeth Werth of Lincoln a guest Saturday of relatives and Mrs. George Rupp. s. EliZabeth Manes returned from Warrensburg vicini- a stay of several days home of her son. Reuel and family. Her grandson, Manes, Underwent an ap- operation during last one of the hospitals in hs*enty-five Mount Pulas- Fellows, went to Atlanta evening in the Harold L. school bus, where they i the district meeting of! of Logan and DeWitt le8 SamUel Earles went to TUesday to visit for a With her daughter, Mrs. ThOmpson, and family. Who donated food to the Club for the dinner and held last Saturday, and and pans in the library call for same Satur- during the time the is open. Rosemary Schwoerer of Mr. and Mrs. William has gone to St. Lou- Where she accepted a posi- ter operator in department of the Bank, and started duties last Thursday. sister, Miss Bar- been employed in St. Mr. and Mrs. of this city, and of Lincoln, made Peoria recently and former's sister, Mrs. MOUNT PULASKI -NEW MOUNT PULASKiL H.|.INOIS Chicago Girl Enjoys Ice Skating ml I Red Cross Workers Doing Much Sewing Another group of women gath- i ered !n the township high school Monday afternoon and continued work on Red Cross projects. This :time the sewing of girls' skirts, as well as doing knitting. Those present Monday, or who did work at home, included Ies- dames Cecil Buckles, Pearl Wad- dell, Wesley Laughery, Russell Curtis, Jennie Buckles, Herman I Wood, Charles Schmitz, Harry Downing, T. A. Scroggin, Chris i WeHer, Lorah Z. Lipp, Tillie Eng- land, Fred G. Mayer, Sr., Herman I Hahn, Dan Blackford, August H. Harm, Orville Gasaway, Guy Ren- ner, Mary Schaffenacker, Ira Veall, G. F. Wait, Kenneth Stoll, Paul A. Gruber, Elizabeth McCain, Karl Dittus, Henry Christensen. Dave Cheek, John E. P_,owles. Frark Mann, George E. Schahl. Jasper Veech, Wilbur E. Stoll, Ot- to Ey, John Curtis, Arthur C. Shilling, Misses Bernadine ,Lane. Katherine Michel, Barbara Barnes, race Rothwell, Mary Elizabeth Goetz, Sclota B. Horn. Anna Fuh- rer; and from Cornland, Mrs. C. F. Lanham, Mrs. Delbert Ford and Miss Lulu Day Lanhazn. Next Monday work will be con- tinued on girls' skirts, and there --Photo by Koehne Studios, Chicago is yarn for knitting sweaters and The above p;cfure ;s o{ Ann Britfan, ve-vear-o]d dauqhfer of crocheting shawls. Mr. and Mrs. Arfhur F. Briffain of Chicaqo who qreafly enjoys ice - '' ' " was rernov6d in the Schahl am- Fannie Thompson. sist in the closing-out sale of the I bulance Sunday morning to St. Coming to Mount Pulaski The-IGamble Store. at-re Sunday and Monday, 'in Pan Alley." See it. Mrs. John Ringle left Wednes- day for her home in Wausau, Wls- consin, following a stay here of about ten days with her brothers, Fred %V. and Charles Kemmer. She came to attend the funeral on March 13 of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred W. Kemmer. Miss Elaine Brannan did not re- turn to her home in Lincoln as was stated last week, but will remain in th city for the present and as- Mr. and Mr. Robert Thompson, sons Robert and Jimmy, of Spring- field, were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Earles Miss Zenobia Zimmermann, prin. cipal of the Mount Pulaski grade school, was in Lincoln Monday evening and attended the March meeting of the grade school prino l clpals of Logan county, held in Hotel Lincoln. The dinner served at 6 o'clock was followed by te business session. Clara's hospital in Lincoln for medical care and treatment. PAGE - - [ CERTHrICATE OF PROCEEDYNGS I Had at a Regular Meeting of the Stockholders of the Farnr lnk of Mount Pulaski located at Mount Pulaski. Illinois. State of Illinois, County of Logan, I hereby certify that at a regu- lar meeting of the stockholders of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pu- laski, located at Mount Pulaski, FIIinois. held on the 13th day of January A. D. 1941, a quorum of said stockholders was pren, and that the following resolution [was adopted: Resolved that the directors of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pu- laski be increased from four di- rectors to five directors. And I further certify that thim action was had in accordance with the provisions of Section 12 of "An Act to revise the law with re- lation to banks and banking," ap- proved June 23, 1919. as amended. That the capital stock of the said bank is divided into 1,000 shares of One Hundred Dollars each, that 783 shares were repre- sented at the said meeting and that 783 shares, at least two- thirds of all the votes represented by the whole stock of such ascl- ation, voted in favor of the above resolution. G. A. VO/.J.,E, Secretary. State of Illinois, County of Logan, KS. I. T. A. Scroggin, being dtfly sworn declare on oath that I am President of the bank mentioned in the foregoing certificate, and that the statements made there- in are true in substance and in fact. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and cattsed the seal of said corpora- tion to be affixed, this 13th day of January A. D. 1941. T. A. SCROCIN. Pres. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of January, K. D. 1941. DELLA M. ANDERSON, Notary Public. ALBERT F. DILLSAVER CANDIDATE FOR VOTE FOR SUPERVISOR DAN J. FUHRER -- FOR -- TOWN CLERK OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP On Democratic Ticket HE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT Complete 6. Piece KR 0 E HLE R LIVING.ROOM ENSEMBLE GORGEOUS 6-pc. GROUP choice of beauhful tailored in quality-tested oto s * exquisite failorinq and & a marvelous value. $9950 MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support ELECTION APRIL I, 1941 Let a postage stamp be your MAGIC CARPET A stamp and an, envelope will bri your eposits to us when it is inconvenient for yo to eome in person. Mall depoiht zeeeive prompt, eare/ul attention. We'll #lazily Sire you complete inormatlon. BANK BY MAIL /i/ii q F 2 Pc. Suite $69.50 q II & SERVICE The First National Bank Mount Pulaski, Iilii