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APRIL 5, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE $EVIN RENTSCHLER'SIHS Spring Baseball--- LEADS COUNTY (Continued from page 1) Rentschler's herd of 12 Brown Swiss cattle the 23 herds tested by County Dairy Herd Association last reports Richard Fink, The Chestnut farm produced an average of of milk and 41-1bs. high individual for the also a Brown Swiss, Harold Stoll of Mount Vicinity, which produced of milk and 81-1bs. other herds mentioned of Alvin Rentschler, Victor Stoll, Harold Pulaski; Charles and Richard Stoll top producing individu- for the month are own- Tendick and Gar- .ll, of Mount Pulaski; Rentschler. Chestnut. SAILOR ON ESCORT Gieseke, seaman ap- , Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. ieSeke, northeast of is serving aboard the escort USS Norris, re. to the Atlantic, steamed 75,000 mil- the past eight months. )rris was on a round- cruise last July when broke out in Korea, a 13,000 mile high to the combat zone. entered the service the 1950. Before Navy he was gradu- the Elkhart commun- School. OF THANKS to express our heart- to the many good neighbors for their during the long d following the death mother, Mrs. Min- y, and for the of sympathy. The Family. ply appreciate the a f_ sympathy and the  of kindness extended recent bereavement, Our darling baby son, James Strachan, Jr., Chestnut, Illinois. Mrs. Francis Nolan of visited here Sun- her parents, Mr. and H. Hanslow. Guffey, outfield; Ken Stewart, pitcher-outfield. First Game April 10 Unfavorable weather has kepl the team from doing much work- ing out as yet and with their first game coming up next Tues- day with Feitshans 'at Spring- field, they haven't much time to get in shape. Fans can expect some good exhibitions this spring for the team won the county last fall with a 6.0 record and with stronger competition this spring will have to play a strong game fo be on the winning side of the scores. HOSPITAL NEWS Louie Rentschler, Chestnut, was admitted to Deaconess hos- pital in Lincoln Saturday as a medical patient. Dorothy Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fields of this vicinity, and student at the high school, returned home Sunday from St. Clara's hospital, Lin- coln, where she had been a sur- gical patient. --"West Point Story," showing Sundlv at 2 p.m. and Mondm/, at the Mcm_nt Pulaski Theatre. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court Of Said County: In Probate In Re: Estate of Mary A. Kiick, DeceasecL PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giv- en that on the 4th day of April A. D. 1951, the undersigned filed in the above court his final ac- count of his acts and doings as Executor of the Will of Mary A. Kiick, deceased, praying for an approval of same and his final and complete discharge from all further duties and responsibili- ties as such executor, and that a hearing thereon has been set by said court for the 19th day of pril, A. D. 1951, 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 objec- tions to said account must be filed in said court on or before said time. George E. Kiick, Executor of the Last Will and Testa- ment of Mary A. Kiick, de- ceased. Dated April 4, 1951. Leland Simkins, Attorney, nsult us about your Insurance Needs. We are _Pecialists in our line the same as your Doctor r Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance -e that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY 3 - 8 x 10 PHOTOS and 2- Wallet Size Photos NORMAN DANIEL STUDIO LATHAM TRIPLE L HOME EC CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS The Latham Triple L. Home Ec Club met March 26 in the home of Mrs. Farris Cowan. The following officers were elected-- Jewell Lillich, president; Jo Ellen Jones, vice-president; Pat- ty Anderson, secretary; Valerie Conoles, treasurer; Mary Pease, reporter; Mary A. Chapman, recreation chairman. Eleven members enrolled. The main project is sewing. Other projects are cakes and flower ar. ranging. After refreshments were served, the meeting adjourned. FRENCH'S CHAPEL WSCS OBSERVED ANNIVERSARY The 44th anniversary of the French's Chapel WSCS, north- west of the city, was observed on Wednesday, April 4th, at the home of Mrs. Walter Hawn in Elkhart. A potluck dinner was served at noon. Members took their birthday collections to the meet- ing. 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