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LAKE_FORK --m 1 MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Harve Ridgeway, of Springfield. visited in Moun Pulaski and Lake Fork Wednesday night and Thurs- day with his brothers, Bill and Ray. He returned Thursday even- ing on the Green Diamond. Mrs. Lawrence Pugh and Len Albert made a business trip to La- tham Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Iatsch, Zfrs. J. Davis and Miss Lula Lanham and Mrs. Maud Cook spent the day Wednesday of last week at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Lester Stahl near Mechanicsburg, Ill. The Ladies&apos; Aid met at the hcane of Mrs. Harry Milner in Mount Pulaski on Wednesday af- ternoon of last week with 18 members and visitors present. Lunch was served of sandwiches, coffee, angel food cake, with apri- cots and candy. Those present were Mrs. Mary Bryson, Mrs. Wil- lie Oglesby and two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Moore, Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Welby Moore, Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs. T. A. Epton, Mrs. John Bryson, Mrs. WL Ko- ehlar, Mrs. G. A. Stults, Mrs. Chloe Jenner, Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Clyde Febus, Miss Maxine Burton of Clinton, Mrs. Milner of Mount Pulaski, Mrs. Willis Gaff- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pugh visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Day Saturday and Sun- daf in Lincoln. The Young People's Sunday Roman Romer look a spill as fhe Donkey basketball 9ame here Mrs. Sarah Peters, who is very poorly. C. L. Coats made a business trip to Lincoln Monday. Art Baumgardt has taken his old job back here as agent for the I. C. R.R. after several months of working in the tower at Mount Pulaski. Luiza Poe and Taylor Turley ere Lincoln shoppers Tuesday morning. Lawrence I>ugh and Len Albert were Mount Pulaski shoppers Tuesday morning. Willis Gaffney and H Bohn were Lincoln shoppers Tues- Donkey Wins This Skirmish ,I '. 1 James." Mrs. Towner a w ' I 00n,RNI AND ]resident of Cornland, is now I .......... ling in Alton where her so -- " is a student in the nurses tr I L>cal high school pupils were lschoo 1 at St. Joseph's hospit in Beardstown aturday and took] Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day and : part in the various music contests. Nina Thompson of Decatur : i They placed as follows : Richard ] ed at the C. F. Lanham Drake first with the alto sax;lday Glenn Dikeman, first with clari-J net; Clon4a Bohn, first with piano; James Oglesby, second with the,. MOUNT PULASKI drum; George D00ke, 0000iSF:NT TO VIRGINIA ;l:ce&t tuot  The sah:! According to word his companion got a bif unruly in Tuesday nicht. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gill and family of Mount Pulaski visited with relatives here Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hardin. Mrs. Mary Pattengale of Ne- braska is visiting her sister here Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coats and fam- ily. H. S Coats and daughter, Mary Frances of Springfield, visited rel- atives here Friday evening. Albert Dillsaver of Mount Pu- laski was here on business Friday. Fred Fuiten and Willis Gaffney were in Mount Pulaski Friday on i business. E. V. Koehlar of Mount Pulaski was here on business Friday. contest at Peoria on April 19th. The snow and rain last Friday night wet the ground very little. The near zero weather of the past week is hard on the wheat. Miss Ida Ramthun came home from St. Clara's hospital in Lin- coln last Friday. Misses Irene Johnson and Min- nie D. Bryson attended the.Uni- versity of Illinois ice .hockey game in Urbana last Thursday night. Carl Key visited home folks Monday evening. He will leave Thursday for Camp Forrest, Tenn. The To,reship candidates for o- rices are very busy now trying Wednesday from the Illinois Headquarters, S System, Springfield, olas Schwoerer of Mount who recently began a year's ing in the Army and the Recruit Reception Fort Custer, Michigan, ha ceived his permanent Army signment. He was sent last few da)s to Camp Lee, i ginia, and it is probable will remain there several iT he young nan is the oldest !of Mr. and Mrs. Willia !Schwoerer of this city. to convince the voters they can t fill the offices better than the oth- i NOTICE OF CLJIY[ er ones. State of Illinois, County Mrs. Nettie Nicholson who spent ! as. several months in Albuquerque, I   In the Count5 Court of said Ne Mexico for the benefit of her4 .... [ ' 1 ty: In t'ror health, is now- visiting her father, J. J. Penneman. Her son, Julius, In RE: Estate of Alfred Re who is employed in Alton visited l ........ . ' I Tne unaersxgnea Aam her last Sunaay. l of the Fstate of ALfred Mrs. Lenora Bryson L<)ngan, a lberg , deceased, having former resident of Cornland, is lpointed as such by the court of ogan County, now a patient at St. John's sani- and having duly qualified, torium at Riverton. !gives public notice that Misses Lulu Day Lanham, Irene I Monday of May, A D. L. Johnson and Minnie D. Bryson sasne being the fifth day School class met Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn with 16 members and visit- ors present. Lunch was served of sandwiches, fruit salad with whipped cream, cookies, coffee and " : tea. Those present were Mr. and : Xs. Harry Milner, Louise and Dale Fuiten, Gene and Roy Peter- son, Frances Neal, Clarissa Mc- A.fee, Wayne Febus, Bill Hawk, Willis Gaffney, teacher. Visitors, Maxine Burton of Clinton and Mrs. Willis Gaffney. day morning. Luke Ranthum of Corn]and was Dr. Geo. S. Connelly of Mount here on business Saturday morn- Pulaski was here Tuesday. l in Hu h ]ryson of Cornland was - ............. were g I ud Peny aria u** .= -, here on business Monday ........ rs ~aturda _ . |MOun ruasm snoppe  Y. W. A. Koehlar and son maae a I C.L. Framer and son of Mount trip to Clinton the past week with Pulaski were here on business Sat- a load of old iron. Dean Shinn made a trip to Mount Pulaski the past week. Len Albert was a Lincoln shop- per Saturday. The snow here Saturday was a great help to the wheat, as tools- urday. Jnt and Paul and C. [ Coats were Lincoln shoppers Saturday. Henry Mason shopped in IAn- coin Saturday. A pot luck supper was held in;ture is needed very badly here in VISITING AT :, 'the basement of the church Thurs- Ithis community, i DAYTONA BEACH days in February, who were: Rev. l of Cornland visited relatives here ter of Mrs. Hino Allspach, living Porter, Willis Gaffney, LaranetSaturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. east of city, left Monday after i 'Bryant, Frances Neal, Eddie LoulC. L, Coats and family, noon on an auto trip to Daytona Koehlar. For entertainment were [ Mr. an-Mrs. Walter Manley of Beach, Florida, to make a two pictures of the Bible. Rev. Har-lLincoln visited relatives here Sam- grove and fe of Lincoln, Rev. day. Staley and George Underhill oft Several frgm here shopped m ?i/. Mount Florida. weeks visit with Miss Betty Anne Lively, who attends school at Chandon, Hall, Stetson, I)ed, Pulaski. Larane Bryant lMount Pulaski and Lincoln Sat- presented a birthday cake with l urday afternoon. candles. [ William Gussman of Cornland i : Mr. a,,d Mrs. G. W. Munyon l was here on Wednesday. . : - ......... le Donovan Mr John W Coats shopped in Lm- : 2r. IU Al.rs. rv , I " . i and Mrs George Harden, C F I coin Tuesday morning.  r  ..... " " " d [ Mike Koehlar made a trip to "::i ---a ...... ss Mabel Coats Irvin Donovan all attended reviv-[Spring field Wednesday. al services in Decatur Friday rote. Bud Phillips was in Lincoln on Clyde Munyon, who is working business Tuesday.  in Chicago, spent Sunday and vz:i .o00y with and dren, east of the village. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Peters spent the day Monday in Lincoln with A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. - Phone 600 Lincoln, Illinois. spent Sunday visiting the former's cousin, Mrs. Alsie Towner, in Al- ton. They attended a birthday din- ner given by Mrs. Tomer in hon- or of Leo Baker. Mr. Baker and his brother, Harland, had promin- ent parts in the movie, "Jesse month, is the claim date estate of said deceased claims may be filed estate on or before said out issuance of JOHN T. Leland Simkins, ''- 6 6 John Deere 4B Tractor gives you both . Besides extra strength and extra the John Deere No. 4B Plow gives you good work for which John Deere plows famous; light draft, and the long life of ine John Deere Tractor Plow Bottoms; plus advantages of rolling landside that carries weight when plow is working, the enclosed power lift for easy turning or porting, cushion-spring-release hitch, adjustable in length, and d%urdy wheels replaceable chilled boxings. Feature for feature, we think the No. 41 the greatest two-bottom tractor plow built. You'll like everytliing about it. +. C.F, SCHAFER HDW.C0. MOUNT PULASKI, ILL