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MAR-3B 27, 1941 1'! MOTTNT PXTLASI{/ _TTIWte.- N. MOUNT PULA t|, 1 'f'LlrNOl8 , PAGIB ! andin00e00ternoont00erewere G d li  Harry Martin, who attends the omen on 00ore than c00lers They were Ta e Pre ms oca ve nts , ..... . i Umverslty of Ilhnms, Champmgn 000000rriedin00incol. March0000.000091. 004arch 21 I The Society o, St iUrbana ' visited south oity C W k andlivedOnafarnearCrnland ......... /Jhn's Lutheran church witl meet frm Friday t Sunday with his rOSS or for many years before locating in The annual preliminary contests lat 2:30 p.m. Thursday April 3, !parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. to assist in the Red Cross Sangamon county. Martin. t of the Mount Pulaski grade schooIl with Mrs. 'Henry W. schafer at group of women as- '*  .... * Pulaskians made a I were held in the township ligh !her home on East Cooke street. ! On the afternoon of Wednesday, "" "'  -- . ...... .Mrs in the township high ,, , *hi- autos Sunday to St school gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. I Mrs. A. b'. :cnntz anu . " March 19, m-embers of ti Auction headquaxters Monday a.f- --v ......  .. .. .  =,a.. .-  *^ n*-.ine[Otis chumbley of Decatur were lBridg e Club were entertained by Louis, Mo., where they attenaea r,,#, ''" *' " '='"" t -- -  , - .... , and continued wor on ,ho ous Flower show bein who would represent the school in[guests ruesaay o ,e ...... ". Mrs. Everett RothweU at her kirts, and knitting and cro- held in the Arena In the group the county and state contests. Act- parents, Mr. and Mrs. sFran home on South Washington street. projects. were Mr. and Mrs. Walter A ing as judges in the literary, mus- ] Shoup. Mrs. Frank Talmage and Mrs. e present Monday, or doing Schafer Mr and Mrs George J ical and art events were Miss I Mr and Mrs. Emmett Leggett George Underhill received the work at horne, were MesdameS[smith Mr. and Mrs. William B Margaret Deal and Miss Frances living in Elkhart township west prize awards. Brooker, Wendell Rth- I Jenner, Miss Anna Schafer and Mantle of Lincoln. The contest Io f the city entertained the fol- RitaSell Curtis, Albert Horn, t Miss Anna Roth. Winners were as follows: lowing guests last Sunday: Mr. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE C. Shilling, Chris Weller, E. Close, Orville Gasa-i Girl's vocal solo--Shirley Hil- and Mrs. James Gates and dau-State of Illinois, County of Logan, Q dreth, first; Mary Katherine Meist ghter Doris, of Blue Mound; Mr. ss. John Curtis, David Cheek, Logan uota er, second; Carol Goodpaater, and Mrs. William Voelker, sons In the County Court of C. Christensen, Paul A. : third. Donald and Robert, of Kenney; County: In probate. L M h 31 ,n 00sta,. o, ,,oo.,. Elizabeth McCain, Ira[ eaves arc Boy's vocal solo--Henry Buckles Miss Judith Horn, Mr. and Mrs. i Deviated. Heralan Hahn, Tillie Eng- first; Richard Holmes, second; Otis D. Medford. I Th undersigned Administrator Lrles Schmitz, Lorah Z. i The following men have been se- John Wood, third. Dr. and Mrs. Myron B. Wait, of the Estate of Lillian Moore, ' deceased, having been appointed G.F. Wait Karl Dittus, * , lected for induction by this board. Piano solo---Shirley Hildreth, daughters Margaret and Edith of as such by the County Court of : E- Schahl, Frank Mann, They shall report to this local first. Hamilton, visited in the city from Logan County, Illinois, and having Jennie Buckles, Board at Court House, Lincoln, I1- Dramatic readings --- BernaFriday to Monday dth his par- duly qualified, hereby gives pub- Williampearl Waddell,MCCe' Wesley [ linois,john., at 1:00 A. M., on March 31, Deane Lane, first; Shirley Crist- enLs, Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. An.-!May,lic noticeA. D.that1941the thefirStsameMndaYbeingf Kenneth Stoll, O. G. I1941; whereupon they shall be ensen, second, other son, Edwin Wait, who a-:th e 5th day of stid Month, ia the HumoroUs readings -- Frank. tends the Northwestern Univer" claim date in the estate of said Ugene K. Connolley, WiN "sent to an induction station of the Volle, first; Harry Manes, second; ity School of Dentistry in Chicag6 deceased and that claims may be i filed against said estate on or be- Stoll, Misses Katherine United States Army at 2653 West Robert Underhill, third, was also home for the weekend. ! fore said date without tsuance of Grace Rothwell, Cerese Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Oration--Mary Katherine Meis- Attention is called to members summons. Rarbara Barnes, Doris Lincoln: ter, first; Louise Aylesworth, sec- of the Woman's .Society of Christ- LOUIS ALBERT MOORE, Berna Dearie Lane, and William Marion Shehorn, Ray- ond. ian Service of Methodist ehurct Administrator. Lanham, the latter of Leland Stmkins, Attorney, mond E.mmerson Logan, John Ko- CartoonsDon Sisk, first; John that a general meeting will be Will be additional work to datt, Marion Groth Lohrenz, Ray- Wood, second; Alvin Krueger, I held Thursday, April 10. Further Mount Pulaski, Illinois. particulars next week. mond Oscar Sandel, Carl Raynond thir ,.70,liev'  k 'v" next Monday after-Hopp, Earle Watson .tyman, Landscape Drawing--Lois Ross, Earl Mclntosh, former Mount Mlzero,, Michael PaulTutter, John Dehner first;-Dora Moore, second; Betty Pulaskian, who has been located --66- OTF-,RMEIER AND Ernest J. Purkey, Paul Alfred Moore, third, for several years in Omaha, Neb., Burger, Alfred Leo Mielkus, Lou- MARRIED 50 YEARS ]is Carl Lauer, Jerald Rule atter- Chorus--Fourth and Fifti grade was a visitor m the city Monday. first. Fred W. Kemmer left Monday and Mrs. John Ostermeier, jton ' Arthur Richard Stuckel. Girl's Chorus--Sixth, Seventh evening for Savannah, Mo., to re- residents of Cornland vi-  t.tEs.s.v.O have been living in l Justus Lee White, McLean, Ill. and Eighth Grades, first, main a number of da> receiving for scvelal years, Arna !Buell Marks, Reason, Ill. GOFFF00 their 50th wedding an- 0ill L. Boyd, Beason, 111. Women's Club Sunday at their home. Harold Chester Kerschner, Ehk- twenty dinner__guests, hart, Ill. 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER, J George W. Hovland, Beason, Ill. Convention U'T ! Harold Mountjoy Chrigman, At- The Spring Convention of the l nl. PH ONE LIN OC LNI234' I . Logan County Federation of Wo- George Wendell Brock, Atlanta, men's Clubs will be held in Lin- t5 Years To Perfect ira. Leatlmr Strawther Sylvester Skelton .'oln Wednesday, April 9, with ti Middletown, ]11. !Lincoln Woman's Club as hostess. SJ Lynn Charles Duginger, Middle- A short board meeting will be held town, l. at 1:30 p.m. The convention will be called to James William ardener, Elk- order by the president, Mrs. Lerah hart, ]11. Ernest Charles BiUington, E- Z. Lipp, of Mount Pulaski. New den, IlL , officers to be elected are the vice- Harold Eugene Donnan, Chest- president and two directors. nut, Ill. The program of the afternoon Orville Carol Munyon, Lake will be given by rs. Clara Belle Fork, Ill. Graves, well known speaker from Leonard Rudy Westen, Harts-Springfield. 'I'he Way of t Cross," with musical background burg, Ill. Harold Edward Torbeck, Elk-will be given, a lovely and approp- hart, Ill. riate offering for this season. It Frederick Baines Hamer, Harts- is hoped there will be a large at- tendance present to enjoy this haw burg, Ill.. all of t's why they're Herman Dewey Bunn, :Middle- )rogr. dry soft.., stay town, ]11. will wear like  3ARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. erald Rennet of We are very grateful for the Pekin, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth acts of kindness and thoughtful- Renner of this city, who belong to ness tlat were extended to us dur- . a motorcycle club, joined a large ing the loss of our loved one, Her- LEA R S group on a trip to Clicago, where bertMann, and we wish to express ] they spent Friday, Saturday and our sincere thanks. Sister and Brothers.  Sunday.  =---=------- iii 1N, ft I . \\;" 1 .r'$ fi, no extra charge for silk stockings that e You perfectly. So se ect Rollins next brae al our store. mooth, sheer and Ioveh/ in "" meir fshionble new Jack Frost colors. $1oo ' , x,. GEORGE M. UNDERHILL , SUPOERVlSOR 1 o, " MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP CORDIALLY SOLICITS YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE IN THE ELECTION TO BE HELD TUESDAY, APRIL I, 1941