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PAGE TWO THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PUI.KSKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MARCH MOUNT PULASKI TIME-NEWS Mount PulmskL Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of Marvh 9, 1879. HARRY I. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months ......................... : 75c Six Months .............................. $1.25 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. William DeSpain who occupied an apartment in the Times-News building, moved last week to the Mrs. Emil Wach- ter property in the south part of the city, across the street east of the Legion Home. Due to Good Friday and East- er Sunday, both the high school and the grade school will be clos- eel until Tuesday morning. Henry Kinert of Freeport, fath- er of Harry Kinert, coach of the Freeport high school basketball team which won the State Bas- ketball Championship in Cham- paign Saturday night, was a thrilled spectator at the winning game. He then left Champaign for Mount Pulaski to make a Sunday visit with his mother Mrs. Della Kinert and sister Mrs. Iohn Stratton. Mrs. Graham Eddy of Arling- ton(Va., who was called here re- cently because of the illness of her father, Rell C. Beidler, who passed away March 13, has re- mained for an indefinite stay wlth her mother, and also her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Keckler. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfs of Detroit, Mich, former Mount Pu- laski residents, moved recently to Santa Barbara, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tipsword, of Champaign, visited Saturday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Robert E. Buckles, who accomp- anied them home for a stay of several days. Pfe. Richard Newton of Lincoln, Mount Pulaski THEATRE March 23 and 24 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "SQUARE DANCE I'TY" with Vera Vague, Phil Brite and Jlmmie Davis . phm. "TALE OF THE NAVAJOS" (In Technloclor) This Authentic Legend Actu- ally Filmed in the Navajo Territory. SUNDAY - MONDAY )LKTINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. March 25 and 26 "TWO WEEIL WITH LOVE" (In Technicxflor) with Jane Powell, Ricardo Mont. alban, Ann Harding, Louis Calhern, and featuring Debbie Reynolds & Carlton CarBenter WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY March 28 and 29 "HE'S A COCKEYED WONDER" with Mickey Rooney, Terry Moore, William stationed at Camp Atterberry in Indiana, was a caller in the city Sunday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schorth and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn were in Chicago March 13-14-15, attending the Oil Jobbers Con- vention held at the Hotel Sher- man. Mr. and Mrs, Robert S. Aitchi- son of Chicago, visited Saturday and Sunday, with his mother, Mrs. R. D. Aitchison. Richard Connolley, coach and faculty member of the high school at Burlington, Ill.. visited over the week-end with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley. For your convenience Kelly's Market is now OPEN until 10:00 o'clock every night, and until 11 o'clock Sunday mornings. Richard Downing of Akron, O., visited here from Thursday even- ing to Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing, and also Mrs. J. M. Rothwell. His father, who had been quite ill for a week, was able to return to his duties at the Wind Mill Co.. Tuesday. Mrs. Louie Ketcham. who hts been staying at the home of her sister. Mrs. Sam Green, south of Mount Pulaski, was removed last Saturday morning to the home of her son. Lee Ketcham. in Lincoln. Relatives who called recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Shrader. west of the city, to help him celebrate his 46th birthday anniversary, were: Mr. and Mrs. C. Mtlnyon. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Green and children, Lois Lee and Nancy Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Toliver Turley. During the evening ice cream and cake were served. In St. Louis, Mo., Sunday, March 18, the Globe-Democrat sponsored St. Louis Sports, Trav- el and Boat Show came to a close at the Kiel Auditorium. The St. Louis Fly and Bait cast- ing club won the final event. In the woman's division, the first prize winner was Mrs. William Schellert of that city, who was the former Barbara Schwoerer, daughter of William A. Schwoer- er of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mont- gomery and family, of Spring- field, were dinner guests Sun- day of her sister, lrs. Harold Hubbard and family. For your convenience Kelly's Market is now OPEN until 10:00 o'clock every night, and until 11 o'clock Sunday mornings. WORDS OF APPRECIATION During the time I was a pa- tient in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, and since retttrning to my home, I received many cards, letters, etc., from kind friends and relatives. I greatly appreci- ate this thoughtfulness, and wish to express my sincere thanks. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many good friends and relatives for the cards, let- ters, flowers and giftg received while I was a surgical patient in the St. John's hospital, Spring- field, and since returning home. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated. John Yagow. NOT Starting at 8:30 a. m. Friday, March 23, will give away 800 baby chicks. 25 to a person. Bring own containers. Chestnut NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE J Docket Number 960 191511 [ ] NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 7th day of May A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Ed- ward Barry, deceased, now pend- ing in the County Court of Log- an County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issue of summons. Glenn E. Volle. Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. For your convenzence Kelly's Market is now OPEN until 10:00 o'clock every night, and until 11 o'clock Sunday mornings. PAUL "Mike" DAVIS INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT Election. Tuesday, April 2, 1951 Hours -- 6 A.M. to S P.M. -- EXPERIENCED and QUALIFIED-- i I LJ, lht t,.ek- wit00 a, #'feline XTRA-DUTY engineered from rims Free-Valve action, widerTwin-Acfion to roof, packed with power--these hydraulic brakes, heavier front axles, new GMC -to 2-tonners are truck- new thrifty carburetion, Weathersealed built to stay young and free of trouble "Six-Footer"CahswithnewVentipane" down through the uncertain years ahead, controlled ventilation -- lifetime engi. neering in every detail. Model for model, feature for feature-- things like these tell you why: Rotating Yet one thrifty price covers all--yotS pay no "extras." As your GMC dealer, let us prove to you that extra-dutY features are standard equipment on GMC. Come in--compare these haulin$ F] I champs. In price, in product--in oper- ating economy--there's never been a better G ASOLIET [. 171IIi.] buy! /BF'#--gmS- A __. Two Great New Eng,ne$ wffh SynchroMesh Tro Iv mission Tocco-Hardened Crankshaft FulI-PressO Lubrication of all main bearings, rod bearings o #! piston pins Plus rigid Truck-Built Frame Huslq V = tO' 2.t01ulltr$ -- ull$1/rpl/$$ed 35-Amp. Generator Airplane-Type Main and Roe Bearings - Easy-Turn Steering wlth Reirculatin in horsepower at the clutch ! Bo,,-,eo.,. Action Choice of 9 Lifetime ,Ic FROEHLICH FAgM SALES Mount Pulaski Phone Sl w#h