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APRn, $, 1941 MouNT Tn, zs-00,=wa Jlis Gaffney, Elmer Moore, Clyde d Churgh/Febus, Harry Milner, Herman /Bohn, Mable Manley, Lawrence Celebrate /pug00 Mary Bryson, Willie Ogles- /by, Harold Laatsch, T. A. Gupton, Year on the first SundaY iLowilli s Handlin, Chloe Jenner, the congregation of the George Peterson, Earl Lercher church in Cornland oh- Mrs. Haynes and Miss Fie Hand- anniversary of the ded- lin. Mrs. Elmer Moore was assist- its present church build- ant hostess. 1, 1928. Willis Gaffney made a business CORNLAND  ! Mrs. Charle Rodem returned home from her trip to Bradford- Penn., last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford and family visited Sunday in Illiopolis with the Floyd Downing family. Some of the folks trove planted follow the custom again the date being April 6. Sunday School an d Services will be held in At 12:30 a basket be enjoyed by all. tfternoon services will be- 20'elocl Rev. R. F. Mc- bf Springfield will preach and others will also masic will be given by Sisters of Sherman at the various servic- pastors and members of and all friends, are in- COme and spend the day Cornland Church. LAKE FORK MRS. HA"RRY PIAI"r Correspondeni' billsaver of Mount Pu- here on business Mon- RUckles of Mount Pulaski Monday on bUSiness. Mrs. William Atwood, visited here Monday Albert left Tuesday morn- Pekin where he will visit and wife, taen leave morning for McClem- where l-,e will spend With his brother, Will wor as painters I Coats and sister, Mrs. ale visited Mrs. Mabel who is in in Lincoln. They visit- on Monctay. d . Fred Hines and llliopolis, Mr. and Mrs. and family of Harts- relatives here Sunday Puiten and family. " dlin visited in ".latives. Mount Iiick of was Thursday. Coa returned home pital in Lincoln on afternoon. of Buffalo Hart was Friday morning. Mrs. Ed. Albert of  Pek- relatives here Sunday, Lawrence Pugh. William Atwood of visited relatives here afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Foster in Mount Pulaski of Elkhart was ere G. W. Munyon, visited Weclaesday With their daughter, Wilham, west and Village. lebus and son Dean, Called at the home . Harry Piatt Wed- They had been to see Mr. William is in Deaconess hos- lryant, Mr. and Mrs. Were Lincoln callers afternoon. met at the home Rryson on Wednes- of last week with lL',mbers and visitors salad, cake, coffee served. Those pres Win. Keohlar, Raymond W.ines, il- trip to Lincoln Friday. The Ladies Aid bought the wash house hhat sold at public auction at the Zelle farm last Thursday and will have it moved and put on the church lot. Mrs. Charles Manley and three daughters, Mrs. Charles Moore and daughter, Mrs. Willis k%f.fney nd-/two children were Lindoln shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson and daughter Lucy of Lincoln, Mrs. Elmo Veyland and three chil- dren spent the day Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaff hey. Mr. and Mrs. S. Patterson of near McCanicsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCain and family visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manley. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. O. I Piatt of Hartsburg visited Sunday with boys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt and Mrs. Chloe Jen- ner. METHODIST cHURCH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor. Services Sunday, April 6. Church School at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service at 10:45 a.m. Sermon topic, 'he Set of Life." This being Palm Sunday, there will be appropriate music by both the senior and junior chorus. There will be an opportunity given for baptism. A class of young people will be received into full membership of the church and sev- eral membership transfers will be announced. All those not attending services elsewhere are cordially invited to worship with us. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 4, the young people of the Lincoln group of the First Methodist chur- ch will meet in the church for a social evening. On Good Friday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m., a Candle Light Com- munion service will be leld ANNUAL EASTER KITCHEN SATURDAY, APRIL 14 The women of SL John's'Lu- theran cmrch will sponsor their annual Easter Kitchen on Satur- day afternoon. April 12, in the C. F. Schafer Hardware Co. store on i their potatoes and made some gar- den. Charles Moore is going around on crutches caused by being bit by a dog three weeks ago. At the election Tuesday, the voters elected Clarence Schilling for supervisor and puts the Town- ship in the republican column. C. E. Penneman is the new I. C. R. R. ticket agent at Blggs. He drives back and forth from worR each day. The farmers are reporting the ground is plowing fine. About 14 of an inch of rain fell here Mon- day nighL Some gravel was spread on two bad spots in main street last week. Mr. and Mrs. gTed Bohn enter- rained a number of relatives at a Sunday dinner in honor of their daughter, clonda's 16th birthday. A number of her little friends helped Harlean Bryson celebrate her sixth birthday with a party at her home Northwest of town last Saturday afternoon. I The tax .statements axe now at I the State Bank of CornlancL I The school election for a di- rector and trustee win be held on Saturday,  April 12th. The annual basket dinner and anniversary services at the Meth- odist ctmrch will be this Sunday, April 6th. Everyone is invited to come and spend the day. Robert Drake, who is a senior at Lincoln High School, was a member of the poultry judging team representing his school in a district contest at Petersburg on Saturday. Twenty schools, each represented by a team of five members, took part in Lhe contest. Robert made the highest individ- ual score and the Lincoln team will compete In the state contest to be held soon. IA)GAN'S QUOTA OF CCC RFLUITS FOUR IN AIIL Miss Maude Mount of Lincoln, Logan county's certifying agent, has received word that the April quota for enrollment in the (:KC has been set at four. The period for general CCC recruiting in this district began the first day of the month and will close April 12. Unemployed young men wishing to enroll should make application the east side of square. This is the at the I.E.R.C. Office, 215 South day before Easter Sunday, and I Kickap o street, Lincoln, Illinois. many choice articles of food will ' be found for your dinner. Order your colored Easter eggs now by calling Mrs. George J. Smith. Phone 107. Obtain the eggs at the Easter Kitchen. Miss Minnie Kelllng returned home Monday from Lincoln where [COUNTRY FIRE TRUCK ON JOB LAST THUBSDAY It was only a small building that caught fire from burning trash last Thursday afternoon on the farm of Ellis C. Downing two miles northwest of city, but the firemen responded to a still alann she had been a patient in the Dea- !with the country fire truck, and coness hospital a few days for oh- saved larger buildings nearby. servation and X-ray examinations. Said building was destroye& MIDWEST - 10E 011EAM F0r EASTER Vanilla  Strawberry Vanilla  strawberry Neopolitan  Butter Pecan Chocolate  Black V, Yaln ut (b1[imy flvors on speeJl Newly-Wed Roll order) 25c qt. 36c qt. To be sure of gefling wha+ you want, leave an order before 3 p. m. April 7fh BROWN'S SERVICE CO. 7 II II A BRILLIANT ARRAY OF Spring UNTRIMMED Sport Coats UNTRIMMED i Dress Coats MAN TAILORED AND DRESS MAKER 29,00 Your spring coat and suit are here. New collars, sloping shoulders, boxy and fitted modeis, in .wills, fleeces, wool crepes, plaids, tweeds, and [i shetlands. Navy, black and pastels. SUITS $7.9s and $4.95 and Sizes 3 to 14. Clever styles ho, o0d $Ii.91i purse. 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