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MOWr  TIM:I.NV MOUNT  IL1LINOIB :i L ENINGS BUCKLES WAS ON BIRTHDAY group of relatives and friends at the home of Mr. and Frank Buckles on North street last Thursday, 20, and gave him a surprise of h4s sixty-third birth- anniversary, ad enjoyed both and supper there. As a di- pinochle was played. present were Mrs. Ova SENIORS ..... HARMONY Correspondent Correspondent Carl Boyd moved to the Jarvis farm vacated by Henry RemmerL Mrs. V. Hetzler spent Saturday night and Sunday in Decatur with Mrs. Cecil Wilson. A party for Marion Aisup was given Tuesday evening at Gerald Rau's. Lester Hoaglin of Racine, Wis., has sold 40 acres of his farm here to Everett Jarvis, whicl joins the latters on the south. of Decatur; Mr. and ! s. Marshall Brannan and I Mr. and Mrs. G'ha. Peck of Betty, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. " - I Warrensburg called at H Ker- reserve Loren Anderson, M,naqer, and. of Lincoln; Mrs. T. L. Kennefh Connodey, a [ Everett Rothwell, Jack i );ok Miller, reqular, served fhe Hiiifoppers for fhe [asf t;me March woods W elnesaay; evening visit- . ors were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phil- Mr. and Mrs. Robert I 4h.  flips of Latham. Friday, Mr. and and son Robert, Mr. and l Mr. C'a. Cope of Clinton. Mrs. George hitterly, St., Mr. and which time Leslie Scott attended|i Edwin Grathwohl and daughter, ]Nowlin and friend and Chas. Col-, hi hi h lJo ce Ann Mr. and Mrs. Albert Claude Litterly, Mr. and Mrs. the Mount Pulaski towns p g Y , burn, daughter Helen Fink and Grathwoll and son John, Miss children visited on un Btlckles, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- school. " S day. Weckel, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn- t Ethel Braun, Harold Braun. Real spring weather after the Gupton and son Thocnas At- ATTENDING CAKE 1! cold snap. Field work began on Mrs. Harry Damarin and son DECOKATING SCHOOL i Miss Elaine Brannan, Wil- Miss Louise Ey, daughter of i Thursday. Bees are out, but noth- Brannan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ey -wloi CORNLAND ing in bloom for them. They might welcome some sweetened water or assists in the bakery on south side  i COPE]L.kND IN" of square, is in Chicago taki.ng a j The Cornland Baseball Club honey. Seventy-four present for Sunday t ACCIDENT course in cake decorating m a lhol,1  mtin, last Friday even- school. 32 cents birthday offerings Copeland, 33, living over o hNl tin, held in Hotel Sher-  .......... - Liles south of Mount Pulaski ......... - ing for the purpose of selecting a from Gary Jobmston and Mrs. . . " 'man. I ed by  Injured last Friday morning  manager, secretary, treasurer and Hurtt. Chas. Huff of Decatur took a th un the tractor he was driving i%VILL SEND COOKIES AND t to transact other busine per- the place of the absent pastor and nffenutlhidgao:tahYod!Ornif]teTrhaSen TOhOofs!GEreariin;!ug = :m_t = brought the message in song and "' " "" ' - . " ' ' " a talk on prayer. e g A talk with pictures at the fl suffered a broken left arm to send their annual donatlon o iDeibert Ford secretary and treas- church, April 2. the shoulder, and rib injur- Cookies and Eggs to the Nachusaurer" All baseball temnm who He was taken immediately to Orphanage near Dixon to reach l would Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel, hospital in Lincoln for there by Palm sunday. Bring your ' like to book games with who lived one mile east of the city, X-ray examination by Dr.!donations to the C. F. Schafer ! Crniandl A. z.ShuldIughner.get Theyin would Detroit,tuch left last Mich.,FridaYwheein theirtheaUtOformerfOr S. Connelly of this city i Hard-are CO. store during eiwith Dr. A. M_ Drummy of Lincoln, day, or to the Lenten services at I like to book a game for the open- has secured employment. given treatment. Mr. Cope- the church Wedneslay evening, ling day of Sunday, April 20th. remained in the hospital for April 2, when the packing will be[cornland expects to have the of days. done for shipment. [strongest team that they have had - } in yeara. CAGE CARLETON DILATE GOES Mel Ott, of Middletown, state R HONORED TO RACINT-,, WIS OONSL/ bee inspector, was here Thurmiay Uand Thursday night, ] Everett Brooker made an auto inspecting the bees of Forrest 20, the high school and._ ounda, to Racine Wisconsin, ., p o j ' Dice and Fred Bohn. . school basketball teams ta, his nepheW, Carleton Mrs. Very] Rodems left last honored at a community pot- r,.ke to that city, where he has Thursday for Bradford, Penn., for dinner in the high school f^.,L omlovment in the Mas- -,,,- - , -- a visit with her sister, who is very with about 200 per- sey-Harris Company plant, sick- attending. The superintend- Jordan Nicholson has built a ga- Alfred H. Tomlinson, was WILL HOLD EATE]g N Mr. Tomlinson is a ON SATURDAY, AFRM, 12 rage on his property which he re- of Mount Pulaski, being a The women of St. Jolm's Luth- cently bought on East Crosley lif n Mr. and Mrs. Geroge A. eran church announce th= dt y str:t e" Community Club meets Ap- )n. . will hold their annual Eas " ri . A" ,ood vrogram will be gtv- IT! '-D SON RFA2EN'rLY [ chen on the afternoon of Saturday en'- -'All are invited-- to attend CE[ATTAN A ril 12, in the C. F. Schefer OOGA, TENN. P t side The township road drag was and Mrs. C. F Scott re- Hardware CO. store on .es--:nd here Saturday and fixed the roa. to their hom :m rlliotlolist Of square. Keep this date m m .'IT he roads sure needed the worg. - .  "----i- [ o it i important from the stana- I --'*  t the Town,hi elec- y evening ol last wee,  " " ....... r. I  ...... e P a visit in Chattanooga,P rot of a gooa rascer atone It ion next Tuelay, April ls With their son, Ze_slie SuRpRISE POTLUCK DINNER[ Word  rec_eived here trt and bride, who was further- o,=,ffi.n : UNTRY j Cyrus LUnCh of lane, a owT Betty Manning of Chat- r'*_s  tluck dinner was [resident of Comland, died Monday. They were married A o_,v _ - 23 at the[He was ction foreman for the Kiven unaay, w,-a , 3, and went to Miami, home of Mrs. Elizabeth Grath-! :lllnois Central railroad while liv- on their wedding trip. wohl east of the city in honor of ing here. now at home at 419 High her birthday aniversary, by a Mrs. Ola Kipp speht the week- Apt_ 34, Chattanooga. He roup of relatives, as follows: Mr. end in Lincoln with Misses Mary m a mail carrier in that :_a  Martin Grathwohl, dau- and Hannah Ku]mmn. city for the past four I g%e;s*'"iRomilda and Lucille, of David Drake, a student at the Sou _ Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. George iU. of L, spent the weekend with tt family formerly lived]:rathwohl ' anghter Florence, and! ome folks. Fork, during part flgranddaughter Patty Iu, Mr. and i Miss I.,ulu Day Lanham is knit- Mrs. Reuben Horn, sons, John, i ting for the Red Cross in their aid to the British. Norman and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. VOTE FOR ART UNIT MEETING The Art Unit of the Mount Pu- laski Woman's Club will meet at the country home of Mrs. Mino Allspach on Friday evening, April 4th, at 7 p.m. This will be the last meeting of the Art Unit for the year, and those who have been un- able to attend tl-,e afternoon meet- ings are being given this oppor- tunity to attend this evening meeting. The program will be given by Mrs. Florence Pinney, Supervisor of Art in the Mount Pulaski grade school. It will consist o a d':mon- stration in color and line tech- nique, an exhibit of original paint- ings, and informal discussion on rules governing state Art con tests. Mrs. Cb, arles Schultz and dau- ghter Miss Doris and Mrs. Dewey Anderson, were callers in Decatur Saturday. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, SS. In the County Court of County: In Prote. In Re.: Estate of Eldorado Mmer, The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Eldorado Miller, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illino, and having duly qualified, hereby gives pub- lic notice that the first Monday of May, A. D. 1941, the same being the 5th day of said Month, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or be- i fore said date without issuance of i 8U m_wIonB. MERLE E. MILLE Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney, Mount Pulaski, Illinois. ALBERT F. DILLSAVER CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciafe Your Support ELECTION APRIL I, 1941 THE TREND IS TO BANKING URING recent years there has been a con- tinuom "repackaging" of banking serv- ices. The needs of the individual (yours and your family's) have been studied carefttlly, and new and revised services have been pro- vided tO meet these neet ,iii DAN J. FUHRER TOWN CLERK OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP On Democratic TicEet HE WILL Why don't you make it s point to familiarize yourself th the service we provide for you? % The First National Bank Mount Pulaski, Illinoi.