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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES - NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MARCH J CPL. BOB PATTERSON WEDS IN N. MEXICO Miss Jane Young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Young of St. Louis, Mo., became the bride of Cpl. Robert L. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Patterson, of Latham, Saturday, Feb. 10. Chaplain George Almond per- formed the ceremony in the San- dia Base Chapel in Alburquer- que, N. M. Cpl. Patterson Is stationed at Sandia Base in Alburquerque, where they will live. The bride wore a white wool street.length dress with pink ac- cessories, and carried pink rose, Miss Beverly Drss of Albur- querque, was maid-of-honor in an aqua street-length dress. She carried yellow roses. Pfc. David Hanaway of Pittsburgh, Pa., was best man. A reception followed the cere- mony in the home of Mrs. R. McManis in Alburquerque. SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS TO COLLECT PAPER The Mount Pulaski Senior Girl Scouts will sponsor a waste pap- er drive Monday, March 26, the day after Easter. Tie your old papers and magazines in bundles and place on front porch. The drive Will begin at 9 a.m. Do what you can to help the Girl Scouts. They will use the funds derived from the collection for their summer activities. , Hollis Pickett of Elkhart vicin- ity has been appointed supervisor of Hurlbut township to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of William Benner, who ATTENDED MEETING IN SPRINGFIELD TUESDAY Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. George A. Voile, Mrs. Wilbert H. Schahl, Mrs. Frank E. Turley and Mrs. Fred Froehlich, members of the Wo- men's club, were in Springfield i Tuesday. They attended an Edu- cation Department meeting of the Illinois Federation of Wo- men's Clubs, held in the Hotel Abraham Lincoln. Following a luncheon, a tour was made of the Lincoln Shrines. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court of Said County: In Probate In Re: Estate of Delilah J. Schmitgen. IlWceased. The undersigned Executor of the Will of Delilah J. Schmitgen, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and hav- ing duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Mon- day of April, A. D. 1951, the same COURT OF HONOR FOR BOY SCOUTS MARCH 29 There will be an interesting meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29, at the Legion Home, for the Mount Pulaski Boy Scouts. A Court of Honor will be held at which time a charter presentation will be made to the Explorers and Boy Scouts. The public is invited. TO HOLD ANNUAL EASTER KITCHEN MARCH 24th An event you have been wait- ing for! The women of St. ;John's Lutheran church will sponsor their annual Easter Kitchen in the basement of the church on Saturday, March 24, starting at 10 a.m. A great opportunity to get good things for your East- er dinner. In case you want to order color ed Easter Eggs, contact Mrs. Chris Weller or Mrs. Walter A. Schafer, by Friday. being the 2nd day of said month, : is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said es- .tate on or before said date with- out issuance of summons. George J. Smith, Executor. DR. S. G. GARD, Jr. Exmnination and Correction of the EYES + --SEE-- Miss Rose Gulso .or- PHONE 8.3233 SpringfieId (Collect) for Appointment 307 South Washington MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS I MAN RECEIVED Iing officer of the 373d HIS 2n& LIEUTENANT BARS I tation major port at William E. Purcell, son of Mr.  wich, N. J. Until his and Mrs Everett Purcell, of La-| tham, recently had his second '1 sining' Purcell was warrant officer. He lieutenant's bars pinned on bY[assigne d to Fort Devens, + Col. Frank D. Dobbins, command- THOS. A. GUPTON, St. (Veteran of World War I) DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP -- Will Appreciate Your Support -- ELECTION, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1951 Hours--6 M. to 5 PM. 0 "A Buck" will go a long, long way your trade at this store . . . Western Auto Associate .DALE NEAVILLE. Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rals- ton of LeRoy, were callers in the city Wednesday. They had been on a business mission to Spring- field. Mr. Ralston was born in SHOP LANDAUER'S LINCOLN represented the township for 16 years. Mount Pulaski, and enjoys get- ting back once in while. i "" E. L. ROTHWELL to. sMA.T EASTER AUCTIONEER Farm and Farm Sales Phone 72 Mount Pulaski NOTICE! The Farmers Bank and The First National Bank will be CLOSED on Good Friday, March 23 TOPPERS AND COATS Expertly needled and beauti- fully styled -- these new top- pers and coats are the finest values ever. SPECIAL Ice Cream Sale Sat. l Sun., March 24 and 25 2 PINTS LADY BORDEN FOR THE PRICE OF 2 PINTS ONLY ImwmO  ICE CREAM 1 PINT s 17 95 to $7995 t LINCOI N