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AYRn. 3, 1941 ( kestnut Graders 00ter Festival The Chestnut Grade school en- tries or participants in the annual Logan county Grade School Music and Literary Festival are as rol- l'too Solo, Rustle of Spring-- I)oras Jean Buehler. XYlophone Solo, In a Persian MarketNorma Katherine Neu- schaSer. Oration: Last Will and Testa- aent of a ReugeeLoren Watson. Dramatic Reading: The Little Lie-Teller__Norma Katlrine Neu schafer. I'lUmorous Reading: The Mys- terious Pup--Irma Jean Baker. (2horus Number: Water IAlies-- C2a A Girls' Chorus. The Oration and Dramatic Reading numbers are to be held h, 'e at the local High school gym- naSiura ths Friday night. April th. The public is cordially invit- ed to attend this worthwhile ef- fort of the County's Grade School children. The Chestnut Grade Sclmol e3aorus is under the direction of . Elizabeth Humphrey, the pi- ano and instrumental numbers by ur" Mildred and Mrs. Myrick Uphrey and the declamation and literary work under the coacl- ing of Joseph Armstrong, grade SChool principal. CHESTNUT II M's. Raymond Caskey and little daughter Shella Rae of Chicago, visited here part of last week with her Parent, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I eadows. group of women doing sew- ing for the Red Cross, held an all day meeting Wednesday, March 26, at the home of Mrs. Leora Volle. At noon a potluck dinner Was served. The Ladies Aid Society of Zion LUtheran church met at 2 p.m. this Thursday in the church, and nembers having birthday anni- Versaries during the next three months served the lunch. They Were Mesdames Jacob Stoll, Ed- TI MO PULASKI TIME-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, .LgN'01S Springfied Grade School Pupils Visited Local Grade School " 1 Thirfy younqsfers from the Lincoln school a Sprmqted arr;ved here Jasf Thursday on the Green Diamond and spenf severa hours vis;finq the M#unf Pu]ask; Grade Schooi. FIRST GRADERS FROM i a play on which they had ,3egniPulaski for them. SPRINGFIELD ENJOYED TRIP t working. After reading some zoo  As was stated briefly in the istories, both groups sang songs. A _ i most inspiring sight was when the Times-News Thursday, March 27, children from both schools in urn- school, Springi , I Flag. k at 11"12 a. m- on, Mount Pulas i --. While the children were being the Illinois Central's Green lma- mond, by special arrangement with the railroad company, as the northbound train is not scheduled to stop in Mount Pulaski. They were accompanied by their teach- er, Mrs. Eva Clear Neal, and the principal, J. C. Gannon. Ward yon Thun, Reinholdt Ger- cess in the first grade room. Rt, Michael Leimbach. Otto I e Mount pulaski first graders d  "" la , entitlea h , Harold Schaffenacker, E -Inut on an omganal P Y .... ward Buehler. IA Trip TO the ZOO," whicn ,nu rne Woman's Society of Christ-la,,elone d from a unit of  .... Service of the Methodist chur-I,: .qunt,ield children also gave eh served a noon day luncheon l ..... r o this Thursday at the church. The eotnmittee in charge was compos- ed of Mesdames Floyd Meadows, blarless McKinley, John hrls- hulin, Loren Kizer, Frank Laugh- cry, Anna Bloye, Gladys Marshall, AI Watson, Ernest Donnan, J. T. tzinger, Herman Roetke and ilbur Lakin. The regular society htuSiness meeting was held in the I I afternoon. Nimrod Dittus, son of Mr. and rs. Albert Dittus, underwent an emergency appendicitis operation Friday at the Jolm Warner hos-l Pital in Clinton. 510 entertained in the first grade, Mr. Gannon, principal of two Spring- field grade schools, visited the up- per gradeS. This was a great day and a new experience for the springfield chil- dren, and after the visit and pro- - " "h- tri- was to gram here came to an end, they The purpose or 't e p were taken to their homes in au- give some of the children their itomobiles by some of the parentg first train ride, and to visit the land friends, who came to Mount Mount pulaski grade school. They] were taken from the depot to the[ school in one of Harold L. Har- grave's school buses, and were met' at the entrance of the school grounds by the local first graderS, who sang a song of greeting. Af- ter the boys and girls had eaten their lunch, which they brought with them, they spent the rest of the time until mid-alternoon re- FAGm SPORTSMEN OF LOGAN COUN']PY ELECTED OFFI Representatives of chapters the Logan County Sportsnrt'm Club met in the office of Lynn Parker in Lincoln night, March 26, and elected Wayne Montgomery, president the Lincoln chapter, as president of the county organization, su ceeding Reggie Clark of that who was elected secretary. OttO Ey, presidf the Mount Pulu' ki chapter, was elected dent of the county club, and Ly R. Parker was named Gus Vaughn, chairman of tl quail committee, announced 171 quail reared in holding pens his home, supplied as chickJ the State Departnent of Cons- ration, would be released in gan county timberlands in a days. Shipments of quail and pheasants for reltase in the ty from the state department are expected to begin soon. The date for the annual Logan County Sportsmen's Club banquet was set for Wednesday evening, April 9, at the Mple Club ion. The Phoenix Fire will hold its regular monthly ]ness meeting Friday evening headquarters in the city hall. WILLIAM F. BINDER CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR CITY OF MOUNT PULASKI ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL IS YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Dp=RootJ in tl00 People's 4 eoe eeo eeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee ee eeeeeee@ America confeonts an uncertain future, wherein trials d* emergencies undoubtedly abide. To steady ourselves we must have faiLh faith in our own works, faith also in those with whom and for whom we labor. The Illinois Central has that faith. It know its own sgl experience and ability. It knows, too, that its roots as an institution ape anchored deep in the needs of all the people. So rooted, it asks that we its friends may picture it to others: Not as a vast aggregation of capital totaling 750 million dol- lars; but rather as the combined savings of men and women, some of whom may be living just across our street. Not as the. employer of 50,000 men and women, most of them far away; but rather as the livelihood of some people we know, who trade at our store and send their children to the same school we do. Not as the payer of taxes totaling ten million dollars a year; but rather as a helper to carry the burden of governmental support to which we all contrJbute. Not as the producer ot eleven billion ton-miles of freight transportation annually; but rather as the carrier that takes our products to market and brings us fuel, clothing and food. Not as the producer of 640 million miles of passenger trans- portation a year; but rather as the carrier that takes us and our neighbors where we want to go and brings us all safely home. Not as anything mysterious at all; but rather as a local busl- a ood citizen and, above all, a good neighbor. HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing 0ptidan Ill. Phone 1062