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Mrs. Shackedford of Woodriver, is spending the pre-Easter holi- days with her daughter, Mrs. Oran Day. Mrs. Clara Games entertained Methodist Sewing Club Wed- nesday afternoon in her home. Mrs Loy Games was assistant lmstess. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lucas, Mrs. Clara Games, Mr. and Mrs. George Kiick and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culp motored to Springfield Sun- i day and attended the Ordination of the Rev. John Walter Bretz, a relative at the Catledral of the Immaculate Conception. Mr. Carrie Rieterman who is in the Decatur and Macon county tospital is slowly improving. Past Ct-Aef's Club met at the home of Mrs,. Albert Rieterman Tuesday night with Mrs. Nell Howe as assisting hostess. The was won by :Mrs. Virgie Bis- The Logan County Young Peo- ple of the Christian church me1 Emden Tuesday night. The Eastern Star had its 38th with a potluck dinner 6:30 Wednesday evening. Fifty attended and a program was en- Joyed afterward. .Mrs. Fred Kiick and Mrs. Bert attended the Owen Scott Chapter in Decatur "lursday night at Worthy Matrons and patrons night. Mrs. Allison served as Adah and Mrs. Kiick was an Mr. and Mrs. Oran Day and fancily and Mrs. Day's mother Shackelford motored to Sunday to visit Rose at the Springfield hos- ltal. The FUn and Friendslip Club entertained by Mrs. George Wednesday afternoon. Those Were Mrs. Willis .alloway, . Elizabeth Vaughan, Mrs. Bosler, Mrs. Ed. Bress- Mrs.  1. Couch, Mrs. Ella and Mrs. T. S. Rice, and Birks, Mrs. Elizabeth Vau- THE MOUT PULASKI NEWS. MOUNT pULASKI. ILLINOIB THURSDAY, APRIl, Members of the (asf of the Chestnut H igh School Opereffa on uesday Night J - The operetta, "An Old Fashioned Charm", under the direction of Mrs. Delberf Humphreys, was quite a success Tuesday a larqe audience was present to applaud. In His" Boing Togs i Young P a u  Armstrong, of Chestnut, who is in camp at Ab- erdeen, Maryland, has proven the champion boxer of his ctass. Looks like he is a "chip off the old block." 144,395 Receive Old Age Pensions Tile end of March will see an- other new high in the number of persons 65 years of age or over, receiving financial assistance from the state government, it was re- ported today by Arthur C. Lued- er, State _uditor. The new peak figure is 144,395 and the total amount paid is $3,257,443. This represents an increase of 896 over the number for February when 143,482 aged Illinois resi- dents received $3,208,642. There has been a definitely mounting trend each month for several months and for that matter ever since the legislation was eacted five years ago making possible old age pension payments. In ]Y/arch of 1937, there were 119,072 recip- ients who received $1,944,671; larch of 1938 a total of 122,529 payments were made totalling $2,- 137,750; March of 1939 the figure had increased to 128,060 recipi- ents which amounted to $2,411,- 648; and in Maroh of 1940 it had upped to 137,516 payments adding and Mrs. Anna Corn from up to $2,411,648. ..... heder said that o4 061 war- comes frmn the State Treasury. were enteramea at - ' I " ........... In oraer to aanere to me ngla by Mrs Ella Birks rants totalhng $1 952 622 have " " been mailed downstate and that Jschedule wh!ch enables us to have and Mrs.. Harold Fink and 1,334 amounting to $1,304,821 I the .ch=k:a l:the hands :fs t: er Vieki, Miss Joan Hitch- l have been disbursed to Cook coun- I ? o . pp ma.,y  . ..... f- - - residents One half of this ,uate eacn monm, because o the and :ari Morgan, o mmaen, I ty " " ' "n f " " lmcrease 1 the number o reclpl north of city recently with amount is contributed by the Fed- a4 Mru. Dean Cullen. erai Cvernment and one-half ents, we have had to increase the TO THE PEOPLE OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP:- Ficst I want to fake this opportunity of anking you for the courtesy shown me when I called upon you at your home, and the splendid cooperation given me upon election 'day. staff in our division which makes out the warrants," Lueder said. Following are the total number of recipients and total amounts paid in Logan County: 784 per- sons receive $17,545. People are eating more cheese. Total consumption increased 36 per cent during the past decade. NOTICE OF HFARING ON FINAL ACCOUN'r State of Illinois, County of Logan SS. In The County Court of Said County; In Probate In Re: Estate of .una KliclG Deceased PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giv- en that on the 31 day of March A. D. 1941 the undersigned, William Tutwiler, filed in the the above court his final account of his acts and doings as Executor of the Will of Anna Kiick, deceased, praying IPeoria Station Thanking you again, I am GEO. UNDERHILL I Wish to Express a THANK YOU Now Dials 1470 Radio station W]BD in Peoria will be found at a new spot, 1470, on all dials, as the Peoria area station takes part in North Amer- ica's "Radio Moving Day." A better reception of WMBD and CBS programs carried over the station- will result from the change, think technical experts, Interference from other stations that shared the former 'wave length ith VCMD will be elim inated by the move. In order to eliminate the major- ity of interference from two or more stations sharing the same wave length, ften in the same lis- tening area, some 600 North American stations w i 11 start broadcasting March twenty-ninth !on new wave length allocated by the governments of the various nations. The reallocation of this large group of stations was originally decided upon in a Havana confer- ence during March of 1937 of gov- ermnent radio engineers for all countries of the continent. The fin- al treaty covering specific details and changes was muffed by all signatory nations after a recent meeting of technicians in Wash- ington. The Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. April 4 and 5 "Street of Metal with Lynn Roberts -- Guy John Mc(uire Also Chapter 8 of the Serial "WHITE EAGLE" SUN. AND MaN. April 6 and 7 Jack Benny and Fred in "Love thy Ileil with Mary Martin - The Merry and Rochester WED. AND THURS. April 9 and 10 "Meet the with Ralph Bellamy Marqaret Lindsay Joseph EASTER COAT HEAI)QUAIITEllS FOR SMART WOMEN ALL SIZES NORWOOD OOATS BOTHMOOR COATS $12.9S for an approval of same and his final and complete discharge from l ,, Great Big all.further dutieSexecutor,and responsibil- ities as such and that a ,--------'l-" hearing thereon has been set by To the rflany voters who agai.n supported me so faithfully in Tuesday's election. "PETE" BUCKLES v: said court for the 26th day of April, 1941, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., in the court room of said court, in the court house of said county of Logan, in Lincoln, Illinois. Any objections to said account --must be filed in said court on or before said time. William TutJler, Executor of th'e Will of Anna Kiick, Deceased. Dated March 31, 1941 Smith and Arnold, Attorneys. $29.95 $ss.oo $SU.SS NORWOOD SUITS $12ss $19ss $2500 ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS