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THE MOUNT PEI.ASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT P ILLINOIS PAGETEEN Former Kenney Teacher Weds Miss Miriam Gumaelius, former grade school teacher at Kenney, was married in her ,home at Joliet, Ill., Saturday afternoon, Marci 1, to Kenneth L. Schenet of Elgin. The Roy. C. B. Sanders, pastor of the Bethel Baptist church, read the marriage service. Mrs. Sohenet has been employed at the Chicago division of the Standard Oil company and Mr. Schenet is with the Thiel Drug c'ompany of Elgin. They will make their future home in  Elgin apartments, 224 Jefferson street, Elgin. Misses Morine Bre)sford and Flossie Maurer of Kenney were guests at the wedding. McCLLUM'S CLINTONIA gATRE -- CLINTON THU RS.-FRI.-SAT. MICKEY ROONEY JUDY GARLAND in "Strike lip the Band" SUN.-MON. MARCH 23-24 IT'S TUES.-WED. MAROH 25-26 JOB-DAYS Salary $60 if not paid Mar. 19 SCREEN THURSDAY, MARCH 27 ON THE STAGE P. T. A. Council in co-op- erafion with the Clintonia The- tre PRESENTS DE WITT COUNTY'S CHAMPION SPELLERS IMOGENE ARTHUR (State Champion 1939) ARTHUR (State Champion 1940) each other Match. Don't Miss This Big E-cent. ON THE SCREEN A Picture for the Entire Family "Keeping Company" Starring FRANK MORGAN ANN RUTHERFORD John Shelton -- Irene Rich Doors Open at 6:00 P. M. Two Complete Stage and Screen Performances Contestants will appear on stage at 7:30 and 9:30 P. M. No in Prices Firemen Smoker-- Continued from Page 1) team, and Ira Veail, who retired from active service a number of years ago, took a bow. Mount Pulaski House Fire Chris J. Kautz, another fifty- year member, recalled the 16-foot pumper which required eight men on each side to operate. He told of the early morning fire which threatened the old Mount Pulaski House when the department was called out about six o'clock in the morning with the terperature be- low zero. In fact, it was so cold that the water froze in the hose, and the fire went out of its own accord, probably due to extreme dampness. He also told of the de- partment being one of the first in the state and of its part in helping organize the state association. "The members were so enthused over their organization," said Mr. Kautz, "that they paid dues to belong." The citizens also contrib- uted as much as $4,000 a year to support their hose team which won the state championship three times. Chris said he didn't know just what awade the boys so keen about belonging to the department unless it was due to the fact that the ladies seemed to prefer the fire laddies in their uniforms. R. D. Aitchison and Henry Vol- le, members of the city council, and H. J. Wible made short talks, expressing the appreciation of the comanunity for their fine services. The ladies of the Lake Fork community sent the department an anniversary cake as a token of the goodwill, and appreciation of their community for the services rendered them on various occa- sions. Present Officers The present officers are: O. W. Mayer, chief; C. G. Hughes, as- sistant chief; Claude Holler, sec- retary: a n d Walter Droblsch, tresaurer. 18 Members on Boll The membership roll shows the following active meanbers: C. J. Kautz. G. C. Zah. Claude Holler. W. F. Binder. Geo. Snyder. O. W. Mayer. C. G. Hughes. C. W. Rennet. K. M. Anderson. W. M. Droblsch. Earl Kinert Fred Holmes. Chas. Schultz. Fred L Mayer. Ambrose With Harry Holmes. Chs. Wagner. Fred IApp. THURSDAY, MARCH months, the total number slaughtered under federal! tion exceeded the figure for 1939 by about head, or 20 per cent. less, prices in these aged 14 cents a lundred above those in 1939. It until January that spected slaug.hter fell level of the preceding for the months of January, federally i n s slaughter for 1940-41 20.5 million head as with 18.6 million head corresponding months of vious season." LEAF CURL MAY BE SERIOUS A severe infection of curl is predicted for many orchards this spring by Powell. horticulturist of versity of Illinois Colleg e. riculture. The best way to Eric Sevareid, brilliant yo Annamary Dickey, Metropolitan fection is to spray the CBS Washington corresponc Opera soprano, will be the a 6-4-100 bordeaux who distinguished himself on artist on the "Saturday N mixture is made with 6 umbia's news staff in Paris, is enade" program over copper sulphate, heard on two new Columbia net- network, March 22. (CBS, not blue stone or blue work programs of special interest WABC, 9:4.5 to 10:15 P. M., EST.) pounds of hydrated lime to the average American. On Each week. a different feminine 100 gallons of water. Mondays "Your Town and Ours" sinqing star is presented on the If scale is present in presents a pcture of Washington, proqram with the popular tenor the Nation's cap tal, in folksy, Bill Perry and Gus Haenschen's a 2 or 3 percent oil may ch.atfy style. Mr. Sevareid also orchestra. Miss Dickey, a native of to the bordeaux conducts Columbia's new Satur- Decatur, I11., won her contract said. day-afternoon series, "Jobs for with the Metropolitan in a nation- Few summer sprays Defense." wide auditions contest, last summer because of peaci crop. As a curl spores were Kenney Woman HOG PRICE RISE over in usual DUE TO DEMAND I year following a light invariably brings lots of Married Tuesday NOT TO SUPPLIES /curl, providing weather Mrs. Charles F. Kemp, Kenney, | has announced the marriage of Most of" the rise in hog prices  are favorable to the her daughter, Ada Rose Persing- since last June is the result o in- _ ........ creasing demand ratler than de- er, to Edwin H. Kaufman, of De- creasing supplies, in the opinion of/ There was a real catur. The ceremony took place E. J. Working, agricultural econo- / spring in the air in St. Louis Tuesday, October 15. mist of the University of Illinois ernoon when the Mrs. Kaufman, a graduate of College of Agriculture. reached the 55 degree Kenney Community high school "It is true, said Working, "that and the Edith Heller School of the sharp rise during the latter Beauty Culture in Decatur, has part of December and early Janu- been with the Gebhart-Gushard ary was primarily the result o reduced marketing since mid-De o beauty salon for the past four cember. However, up until that years. Mr. Kaufman, a graduate time marketings ld been much, of Millikin university and Decatur heavier than they were in the pre- ligh school, is with the Kaufman vious year, and the full effect of Meat company. The young cou- the grea improvement in demand ple will make their home at 403 in the preceding six months brad Nor Union street, Decatur. not been apparent. Mrs. Kaufman is a sister of '%rery heavy marketings during Mrs. Kenneth Westray of this city, the first three months of the i and a granddaughter of Mrs. Amy marketing year--October, Novem- I of peoria, visited Persinger of Kenney. ' her and December.--obscured the lwit h his mother,  importance of the improving level IFuhrer. AUTO STRIKES POLE of demand. In each of these three; -. Kenneth Dash and Charles .Creekmur received minor injuries when the car in whicl they were riding overturned at 2:30 a. m. Saturday near Forsyth. The car skidded from the pavement and struck a telephone pole. 11 a. n this above, with prospects slightly higher. Mrs. Lorah Lipp was Wednesday afternoon ed the meeting of the man's Club. :Mrs. Charles Sch t friends in Lincoln John Glasco of this ceived an appointment tendant at the School and Colony. Mr. and Mrs. Fred SHEETS ALVIN A.HREN S MARVIN Phone 263 II I THE AMERICAN PASSION PLAY A NATIONAL IN STITtrrlOlq--FouNVlm 1923 DRAMATIZED AND PKDUCED BY DELMAR D. DAKRAH mwrsr- ,*,. ssoN The Worlds Greatest Exposition o] the Li]e and Works o/ Jesus o t Nazareth COLOSSAL . . . soUL SEARCHING Cast of 200 . . . 60 Magnil;cent Sceaee SCOTTISH RITE AUDITORIUM BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS Sundays--April 13, 20, 27, May 4, II, 18, 25. Saturday--May I0. 1941 Prt el Admtioa, Tax lmdaded: Fit 15 tom *im fJoer---Ftrst $ rowe balcony-.l.6S Severn rows maim  rows bdcony ..... 1.1O Be Jure to see the play this year. Or$zlze a group ]ram your community. You will do them a real service. SOUVENIR BOOK OF THE PLAY, 35 CENTS A a/l ,tta's to * AMERICAN PASSION PLAY CLASSIFIED If yon have Anything to 8eII, Trado, Want to Buy, Formal--this section of the TimNews will get u yon want. Hundreds of others have found this to ! not yonT CASH PAID fr dead horses and Cattle. Hogl and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, Phone 15. IF IN NEED of good breeding bulls, see Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. FOR SALE---10 lbs. or 15,000 lbs. home growm Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Mount Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- los. FOR BENT--Steam-heated room; hot and bath Times Hotel FOR SALE -- Red bushel, 99.30% par no noxious weed Bellatti, rx. 3. Pho e FOR Sreen coal and gas range, make, water front, condition. Cheap at John Biesemeier, PARTS AND make vacuum and used cleaners. Premier 38. FOR SALE: One shire hoar. Best Dr. S. 4@