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Losan-DeWitt Case Chart A comsmsite basketball schedule for the Logan-DeWitt conference's 1941-42 season has been prepared by Principal Rupert Price of New Holland high school as authorized at the recent conference meeting. All conference games a r e booked for Friday nights with the exception of two. The schedule fol- lows: NOV. 14 New Holland at Atlanta Jeason at Elkhart Hartsburg at Kenney Latha at Middletown . NOV. 19 Middletown at Beason Atlanta at Hartsburg Elkhart at Latham Kenney at New Holland NOV. 28 Ltham at Atlanta New Holland at Elkhart Beason at Kenney Hartsburg at Middletown DEC. 5 tham at Beason New Halland at Hartsburg Atlanta at Kenney Elkhart at Middletown :Middletown at Atlanta Kenney at Elkhart Hartsburg at Latha .Reason at New Holland Hartshurg at eason Atlanta at Elkhart Middletown at 'Kenney Latham at New Holland JAN. 2 Atlanta at Beason Elkhart at Hartsburg Kenney at Latham Middletown at New Holland JAN. 9 Elkhart at Beason denney at Hartsburg Middletown at Latham Atlanta at Nsw Holland JAN. 16 Haxtsburg at Atlanta L,atharn at Elkhart New Holland at Kenney Beason at Middletown " JAN. 20 Kenney at eason Middletown at Hartsburg at Latham at New Holland JAN. 23 at Atlanta cldletown at Elkhart Bean at Latham burg at New Holland FE6 New Holland at Beason athar at Hartsburg at Kenney Atlanta at Middletown FEB. 18 at Atlanta at Hartsburg Holland at Latham enney at Middletown FF_20 at Atlanta at Elkhart at Kenney Holland at Middletown subscription pId up in If not, why not? AUTO FINANCING UTO LOANS 20 MONTHS TO REPAY Loan $ 6.72 Monthly Loan $10.08 Monthly Loan $13.38 Monthly Loan $16.64 Monthly Loan $19.88 Monthly Include Principal on Monthly Balance $150, 2% to $300 ANCI2qG Need Not Be Paid For. Extra Cash Advanced. Payments Reduced. Confidential. in Nearby Towns" FINANCE COMPANY Mare SL Decatur, Ill. THE MOUNT PUIkMK| COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent mSS-NWS, MOUNT PULASKI, Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Sam Kusterer and helped her quilt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kusterer and daughter visited at Rochester with Leo Beck Sunday. Friday evening Charles Herring and Maude. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henricksmeyer entertained at sup- per in honor of Bob Lee's 13th Eighty-four at Sunday School Sunday. Rev. Beckholt was there in the evening and held church birthday anniversary. Those there services, were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- mer and Francis Bowers were in Decatur shopping Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nen Larson and daughters of near Elkhart spent Sunday with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dunn and daughter, Joyce, of Peoria and Helen Butler visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and baby Sunday. Lloyd Payne had his tonsils re- moved at Deaconess hospital in Lincoln Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henricks- meyer spent Thursday evening with Charles Woods and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green, Rochester called at the home of Fred Bellatti Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Johnson and daughter of Kenney spent Sunday i sons, Mrs. Ora Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker and children. Sunday visitors at the home of Lloyd Payne nd family were Mrs. Laura Payne, Tom Payne and fam ily, Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth O'Brien and family, Dawson. Mrs. Buelah Stopher, Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and Mrs. Opal Pof- fenbarger and baby were in Lin- coln Thursday and on their way home stopped at the Homer Pof- fenbarger home. Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger attend- ed a shower given for her niece Mrs. Howard Miller, Decatur on Tuesday afternoon and spent the night with Mrs. Arvis Gadberry, Decatur. Mrs. Mae Gray, Mrs. Jessie May and Mrs. Jake Orey, Decatur, brought Mrs. Poffenbarger home Wednesday had dinner at the Pof- fenbarger home. and went to Lin- ILLINO THURSDAY, APRIL I ] Rose and Margaret Nelligan, Mrs. I ntmbers were given by Joan Myrtle Webb called on Mrs. Clar-ler and Maxine Meister of ence Bowers Tuesday afternoon. [Pulaski. Mrs. Ellis Voile an Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti en- Leora Voile gave the major tertained guests Sunday to din-,on posture. The minor ner: Mr. and Mrs. John Clenden- Sea Foods was given by MrS. en, Mr. and Mrs. Eles Quandt and ert Hayes. The health lesSo children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hen-l on influenza. All memberS ricksmeyer, Charles Herring and planning to attend "Play Maude, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i Decatur Monday, March 31. Birks. In the afternoon Mr. and meeting will be with Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Buehler, Mr. and rs. cy Myers. Joe Wright and Ida Dittman all A sprinkle of rain Sunday of Lincoln were there. I Monday. Cool nights, but Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green of hrown millers are flying--rea Rochester had dinner with John Clendenen and family Friday. AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD afternoon dth Mr. and Mrs. chas. I coln in the afternoon and went Voods. !through the China factory. I Laura and Audrey Kusterer ! Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer visited from Thursday until Sat- spent Sunday with Carl Hild and urday evening with an aunt, Mrs. family. Carl Hild. Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and The Harmony Home Bureau un- Maxine and Wilma Horn spent baby, Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger, it met March 25 with poUuck din- Monday night dth Mary Guiso. Susie Usherwood and Alma Bau- ner in the home of Mrs. Glenn Mrs. John Drabing and Nellie / man called at the home of Webster i Rau, Mrs. V. Hetzler was assist- 'GUlso spent Sunday afternoon with IButler, who has been seriously ill. hostess. All members and sev- M:rs. Neal Gulso. [ Mrs. Geo. Stopher, Mae Shell- eral guests were present. Special sting fruit tree blossoms. 76 present for Sunday 11 cents birthday offering Jack Ferry. Russell Little ceived the 6 year bar. ARMY CONSTRUCTION Correspondent t The W'ar Department N i completion of Camp Shelby, -- r Hattiesburg, Mississippi, in Spring has arrived. The huck-, time and at less cost than ster trucks came on their routes: ed. The camp, largest Army last week although Mr. Marshall. from Decatur has been coming all mg cener is first of 46 to be winter, i pleted. It covers 6 miles and l tains 15,000 structures, 85 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk returned of water mins, 60 miles of Thursday from a week at West and 55 miles of Salem. roads. It will accomodate Mrs. V. Hetzler and H. Kerwood 70,000 men. called at Cleve Adkins and Chan- cy Myers' Thursday afternoon, and attended the Redemption, a Sacred Triology at the Frst Pres- byterian church in Decatur Sun- day afternoon. What hungry cowboys e Cooking on a Nevada ranch quite different from cooking town. Read how it's done and the cosmopolitan recipes used ! ranch cooks, in the i Food Almanak, that unusual ture appearing each week In i American Weekly, the real !distributed with next ek's day Chicago Jo Ann Wheeler, Springfield, spent the weekend with Bernice Scott. Floyd Keck brought his mother, Mrs. Alice Keck, who ]ad visited at Rome, for several days and spent Sunday afternoon and even- ing with Herbert Shellhammer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shilling and daughter Helen, Yvonne Price and Walter Wacaser spent unday with Mrs. Mertice Meister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and children had dinner Sunday with Mrs. Betty Shelllmmmer. 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