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MARCH 22. 1951 THE MOUNT PULASrr TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAQI SEVIm CHURCHES-- METHODIST CHURCH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor School 9:30 A. M. Worship service 10:35 a. Will be special Easter our three choirs and sermon by the pastor. are always welcome. We rooking for you Easter Church will join with St. Lutheran and Christian in the Easter Sunrise 6:30 a.m. Easter in the church. N CHURCH Wilkes. Minister 9:30 a.m. ervice 10:35 a.m. Endeavor at ing service 7:30 o'clock. ces Will be held in the ditorium this Easter Sun- subject, "This Body Text, 15th Chapter 5. Everyone is LUTHERAN CHURCH O. Zumstein. Pastor Services-- Y Thursday, 7:30 p. m., and reception solemn service music, 7:30 p.m. Sunrise Service an church), 6:30 a.m. service of worship, 10:30 a.m. AQUINAS CHURCH M. Krewer, Pastor at 8:30 o'clock Easter norning. The choir, un- lrection of Mrs. John Elkhart. wilt furnish Easter music. CHURCH G. Hoffman, Pastor lrsday, Communion 3.nq. ay service at 7:30 p. Unday, Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. Schedule will be. ,pril 1, as follows: 9 a.m. service 10 a.m. ION SCHOOL 2, the pupils of consolidated ool Will get the third of triple irnmuniza- At this time they an opportunity to against smallpox. .elude children of age, and parents are lave their little folks building by 8:45 WITH DINNER Uests Sunday. March and Mrs. Perry Hilliard apartment on South street, were Mrs. Mrs. Ralnh Perry. and Carol and rd: Miss Darlene Charles Jackson of and Mrs. Elvin Sharon of Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. and son, city, YOU .cH:c,, s'lt. the fashion trend ffUres and are ready Patrons with the permanents and from only $6.00 B'/I Now. BEAUTY SHOP OVer Kresges RUBY CRUM 1 TASTE BETTER MOUNT PULASKI YOUNG MEN AT AUSTIN, TEXAS BASE A large contingent of Illinois National Guard, 10th Air Force, of the 170th Air Force Division, now in the regular army, who had been in camp for several weeks at the Illinois State Fair grounds in Springfield, left that city during the week end for Bergstrom Air Base, Austin, Tex- as. Those going from Mount Pu. laski were: George Jackson, Lor- For your convenience Kelly's Market is now OPEN until 10:00 o'clock every night, and until I 11 o'clock Sunday mornings, b NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 956 19507 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 George J. Bender, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims en Meister, Mike Smith, Lyle and I may be filed against the estate Gent Frazier, Kenneth Brooker, I of the decedent on or before said Elmer S. Meister, Jr., and Johnny I date without the issue of sum- Holmes. mons. Also leaving with the Mount John F. Bender, Pulaskians were Stanley But, ell t Administrator. of Elkhart and Darrell Richner Leland Simkins, of Chestnut. Attorney. For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski T. E. DUFF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP QUALIFIED -- EXPERIENCED Your Support Will Be Appreciated Election, Tuesday, April 3, 1951 NEW HO LLAND The World's Fastest ! HAY BALER CLARK IMPLEMENT CO. Mount Pulaski Phone 289 ou have to hand it to Buick engineers. What they've done to this 1951 SPECIAL is nothing short of a minor miracle. They've stepped up its style with a brand- new body, an eager new thrust-ahead look, a gleaming new push-bar forefront that's as ruggedly protective as it is stunning to see. They've stepped up the smartness of its in- teriors with the smartest fabrics that ever graced the interior of this Buick Series. They've stepped up the safety, by the sharp new clarity of whlte-glow instrument mark- ings more easily read at night. They've stepped up the power to the highest ratings in SPECIAL history--120 horsepower with Synchro-Mesh transmission, 128 with Dynaflow Drive. They've come up with a car that's new in everything from the ground up-and a price that's the best news of all. So, if you've been toying with thoughts of buying a lesser car-better come in and see how easy it is to step up to this thrifty marvel. l00onv00cm000000lldA: DYNAFLOW DRIVE* FIREBALL POWER 4-WHEEL COIL SPRINGING DUAL VENTILATION " PUSH-BAR FOREFRONT TORQUE-TUBE DRIVE WHITE-GLOW INSTRUMENTS DREAMLINE STYLING BODY BY FISHER ,Standard o ROADMASTER, opffol e.t ebra .ot o'n o..'r Serif. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM local Delivered Pr/ceJ for *ke :sew 19S1 Buick Special 2-cJoor O-passenger 4-cJoor 6-pass nger DeLuxe Sedan DeLuxe Sedan MODEL 48D /OEL 410 Iit'JstraedJ Optional equipment, accessories, state and local taxes, ;f any, odd tional. Prices may vary slightly in adjoining communities due . to shipping charges. All prices subiect to change without not ce. Tune in HENRY J. TAYLOR, ABC Network, every Monday evening. Augspurger & P leines, Inc. iii i