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IE / TWELVE THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES - NEWS, MOUNT PULASIgL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, Moore-Schroth Nuptials 1CPL. DALE (Continued from page 1) with yellow flowers and match- Lug headband. Edward Cahill of Decatur serv. ed as best man. The ushers were Porter Ashford and Max Parton Decatur; Thomas Romer and Oliver Diez of Mount Pulaski. a reception in the Sports- Club, Decatur, the couple left for Chicago on a short wed- ding trip. O'BRYEN AT TRAINING BASE Marine Cpl. Dale V. O'Bryen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymer P. O'Bryen of Mount Pulaski, is re- ceiving a course of instruction in advance amphibious techniques at Little Creek Naval Amphibious Training Base, Norfolk. Va. Cpl. O'BD'en, a member of an infantry battalion of the 2nd lich as program chairman. Mrs. Marine Division, will spend two Froehlich is chairman of Ameri. weeks here as a student at the can Home Department. Serving Marine Corps Atlanta Troop will be done by the Junior WS The bride is a graduate of'the Mount Pulaski township high Training Unit's Basic Troop Am- hool, and at the present time  phibius School. This school is iS employed as secretary at the under the command of Brigadier Stetson China Co., in Lincoln. General George F. Good, Jr., US She is now staying with her mo- MC, and is designed to acquaint ther. amphibious warfare, and to con- Pet. Schroth is stationed at tinue the basic training of the WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD THEIR SPRING BREAKFAST APRIL 12 The annual Spring Breakfast of the Woman's Club, the clos- ing eent of the 1950-51 season, will be held in the Methodist church at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, with Mrs. Fred Froeh- :Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. A na- of Mount Pulaski vicinity, Pet Schroth has lived in De- catur for a number of years, he graduated from high .hool. He then attended the Art Institute. He owns Norman Daniel studio in and the branch studio in Mount Pulaski.' Scout Court Of Held Thursday The Mount Pulaski Boy Scout CouP-of.Honor was held in the :; American Legion Home Thurs- day evening, March 28, announc- es the scoutmaster, Walter Dan- Presentation of awards was by Francis Myrick, as fol- : lows:. Tenderfoot--C. A. Harvey Jr., Powell, Harry Milner Jr., Eugene Froschauer. Second Class--Robert Downing. Class--Tommy McKinney. Star Scouts---Phlllip Crawford, and David Myrick. VEDNESDAY qOON, APRIL 18th The Legion Auxiliary will afternoon, April in the Legion Home to pre- rags to be sent to Veter- hospitals in Danville and wishing to assist with work will be welcome. Please clean rags in cotton or WOO1, or whatever you have to l Also bring scissors. you have rags to leave be- the meeting date, you can same to Legion home, or with Mrs. Carl Opperman Vine street. AT FUNERAL HOME Extensive building improve- are getting underway at Schahl funeral home. Work- are busy laying foundations [ will soon be at work in the process which will enlarge the present facili individual as a member of the land and sea fighting team . A veteran of World War II. Cpl. O'Bryen served in the Mar. ine Corpffrom 1943-46 after gradu aping from Mount Pulaski town- ship high school in 1943. A mem- ber of the Marine Reserve, he was recalled to active duty last October and is now serving as an assistant squad leader in the 2nd Marine Division rifle platoon. He is married to the former Miss Lois E. Dempsey of Lincoln- Ill., and the couple has two children, Dale D.. 4, and Nancy L., 3-months. Cpl. and Mrs. O'Bryen make their home at 1913 N. 20th St., Springfield, Ill. GIRL SCOUTS WILL SELL SANDWICH COOKIES The Mount Pulaski troops of the Girl Scouts, will sponsor a sale of Sandwich Cookies, begin- ning Friday, April 13. The cook- ies will sell at 35c per box. The proceeds of this sale will be used by the troops to help pay expenses of their several activi- :ties. t Proceeds will be used by the troops to help pay expenses of their several activities. CS of the church. [ At the business meeting pre- ceding the breakfast the annual election of officers will take place, announces the club presi- dent, Mrs. Edward Ruwe. An address will be made by Mrs. Herschel Baughman, see-i retary of the Blue Mound Wo-i man's Club, who will have as her subject, "Magic Minutes," or "A Challenge From Another Housewife." Group singing will be led by Mrs. W. G. Matthews. Hostesses are: Mrs. Herbert Hotz, chairman; Mesdames Mor- rell Deibert, Paul Moore, Karl Dittus, Katherine Downing, Eu- gene Kretzinger, Elmer Roos, Wil bert Schahl, Theodore Aderman, Royal L. Carter, Samuel Bertoni, Wm. F. Binder, J. B. Heft, Wil- bur G. Smith, Edward O. Mayer, George Shimer, Walter Schafer, Edward Schroth, Herbert Shell- hammer. Scouting is a wonderful thing for the young folks and they should be supported 100 per cent. THANKS, FOLKS l I wish to express my sincere thanks to all the persons who supported me in the election Tuesday, April 3, for Highway Commissioner of Lake Fork township. Otis Howe. ALUCENT CLARA HUFFAIEER BAPTIZED ON SUNDAY Allicent Clara Huffaker, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Huffaker of New Berlin, was baptized at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 1, at the home of her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schroth, south of Chestnut, by Rev. Al- bert G. Hoffman of Mount Pu- laski. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Geyer act- ed as sponsors by proxy, for Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Zelle of Rock- ford, who were unable to be ;present. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. James M. Huffaker, dau- ghters Stephanie and Allicent Clara, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huff- laker of New Berlin; Carol Zelle I of Rockford; Mrs. Emily Feuer- i! bacher, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gey- Ser of Mount Pulaski, and Meyer Schroth, at home. E. L. ROTHWELL REAL ESTATE BROKER AUCTIONEER Phone 72 Farm and Farm Sales Mount Pulaski ' ' J I TOILET TISSUE ............................ 4 for 44c 100% Hygienic -\\; mr v LINOLEUM RUGS .................. $5.59 and up Sizes 6x9, 9x12, 9x15, 12x15 and others A A - pec00 5-Pc. DINETTE SET ............ S $74.95 --You're news and pictures are I Mrs. George always welcome. [Died In Decatur ELECTION NOTICE I Mrs. Alice L. Morrison, For Board of Education 1535 West Forest Ave., Mr. Pulaski Township High School Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 14th day of April 1951, an election will be held at Mt Pulaski Township High School in School District No. 28 County of Logan and 'State of :Illinois, for the purpose of elect- ing Two Members of the Board of Education For The Full Term One President For One Year Term The Polls will be opened at 12 o'clock Noon, and close at 7 o'clock P. M., of the same day. By order of the Board of Edu- cation of said District. Dated this 30th day of March 1951. A. W. Schaffenacker, President, Pro-Tern. Attest: H. V. Wynd, Secretary. Ill., died Tuesday, April at 3 p.m., in the Sargent ing Home there. Alice L. Lynn was bor 12, 1860, on a farm Cornland and Buffalo, of John W. and Sarah Lynn. When her parents from the farm, the family to Mount Pulaski. In April 30, 1900, she W. Morrison, who in death April 23, 1939. moving to Decatur in 1924, Morrison lived in Niantic years. She was a member Niantic Methodist church. Decedent is survived stepchildren, Mrs. Edna and Harry W. Morrison, of : Idaho; and a sister Mrs. D. Smith of Decatur, with she had been making her The body was removed Dawson & Wikoff funeral in Decatur, where funeral ices will be held at 1:30 Friday. Burial in Mount cemetery. A surprise turkey served at noon Sunday, in the home of Mrs. Ella terly on North Washin honoring her birthday. well-filled baskets. Schahl Home For Funq -- AMBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 935 MOUNT PULASKI MOUNT PULASKI THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY April 6 and 7 REX ALLEN in "THE ARIZONA COWBOY" - pills .. "Belle Of Old Mexico" (in Trucolor) with Robert Rockwell, Dorothy Patrick, Esteleta Rodriguez - also Cartoon. SUNDAY AND MONDAY Genuine Charmlite High Pressure Pltlc Top April 8 and 9 v A TASTE TREAT KITCHEN CABINET BASE .............. $19.95 MATINEE SUNDAY 2:00 O'CLOCK POINT STORY ' Special Price . Porcelain Top--CuUery Drawer "WEST " and Saturday STEEL CABINETS ........................ .._.$17.95 with o introduce our new Single and Double Doo Sizes DAY COFFEE Vigoro,lawn Seed, Lawn andGarden Equipment r this coffee direct from of the world's largest roasters and grind it in our own store. Notice ,wonderful aroma you get Paints and Wallpaper and Supplies freshly ground whole bean coffee.73C G  Ys Market Vaughan Walch Owner A A w w Batteries -- Tires --- 100% Pa. Oil James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Doris Day !i ! / i Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson - phm - Selected Short Subjects WEDNESDAY ANt) THURSDAY April 11 and 12 "THE TOAST OF NEW (in Technicolor) with Hathryn Grayson, Mario Lanza, David Niverb J. Carrel Naish - plus. Cartoon. Spot. News