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i BY LILLIAN MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEW MOUNT PULASKI. OI8 THURSDAY,  17p J 11a.m Thursday (today), and was i one, . Mary Beggs, who taken to the Sheets funeral lome, since passed away. James Beggs !. One tlme a neighbor said to me, " "Life's just an empty bubble: Why, for every pint of joy I get, I have a peck of trouble." Says I, "Dear child, your Iocjic's wrong; Fun never comes through sighing, And happiness just can't be found, By folks who keep on crying.  There is a saying, old but true, That 'life's just as we take it'-- If you don't have your share of joy, Perhaps you don't help make it." $11 ql allq MAPLE CREAM ICING pint heavy cream cup maple syrup Whip cream until it begins to thicken: slowly add the maple syrup and continue beating until stiff. Makes enough for a two-layer cake. Sprinkle with nuts. (Contributed by Mrs. M. C. Howe, Latham) $$ $ iS LINOLEUM ON PANTRY SHELVES--Linoleum rnkes a sanitary and easiy cleaned covering for pantry shelves. Ce- mented to the shelves with linoleum cement it will almost nev- er wear out, at the same time bng attractive. One is for- scrubbing enameled or painted shelves: and we all know quickly paper coverings become soiled and need chang- ilng. A damp cloth makes linoleum covered shelves immaculate a jiffy and costs less than two or three coats of good enam- Sprlng--'fis the season of the year when the "Love Bug", whose bite often proves serious if not fatal, gets in its nearest bit of work. One of our readers, alert to the seriousness of the sltua- tlon, and hoping to be helpful, sends the following 'cure'. For best results, have unusual amount of patience with the 'afflict- ed' ones: be sure ingredients used are of superior qualih/. measurements must be accurate, follow directions carefully, and if it works--I'll be surprised! A SURE CURE FOR LOVE 12 otmces of dislike 2 ounces of eperience 1 pound of resolution 1 larg sprig of time 2 grains of common sense 3 quarts of cooling water of consolation Set these over the gentle fire of love and sweeten wlfh the suqar of melancholy. When cool, skim with the spoon of forgetfulness and cork it in the bottom of the heart. Take if in small doses when the spells come on. In extreme cases mare- age is the only and surest cure. (Contributed) ": LEMON MERINGUE PIE cup cake flour 3 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1 cups sugar cup lemon juice dash of salt 1 tbsp grated lemon rind 1  eAps water 1 :baked pie shell 3 egg whites 6 tbsp sugar Combine sugar, flour, and salt in top of double boiler. Add water and egg yolks, mixing thoroughly. Place over hot water and cook until it thickens, stirring constantly. Remove from fire: add lemon juice and rind. Cool. Pour into pie shell. Beat eqq whites: addsuqar, beatinq until sugar is blended and mixture will stand in peaks. Pile lightly on filling and brown in moderate oven. This colorful salad is one of our favorites. Maybe you'll llke it, too! GREEN AND WHITE SALAD pkg. lte gelatin 1 pkg. lenon gelatin 1 eps boiling water 1 cup boiling water 1 can shredded pineapple cup cottage cheese 1 cup heavy whipping cream Dissolve llme gelatin n 1 cups hot water: cool. Add iNnepple. Pour into mold or square pan and chill until firm. Dissolve lemon gelatin in I cup hot water; cool. Add whipped cream to cottage cheese and beat: add to lemon gelatin mx- ture. Por over congealed llme-pineapple mixture, and chill until firm. Slice or cut in squares and serve on lettuce. Gar- eish with mayonrise. Serves 8. THE cInIsTLskN CH1YlCH J. Wayne Staley, Pastor. The church that cares. Services for Sunday, April 20: Bible School at 9:30 a.m. Church Services and commun- ion at 10:30 a.m. "My faith is all a" doubtful thing, Wove on a doubtful loom, Until there comes each showery spring, A cherry tree in bloom. And Clrist who died upon a tree, That death had stricken bare, Comes beautifully back to me, In blossoms everyvhere. You are cordially invited to at- tend all our services. Mr. and !rs. James Hubbart and family, who occupied a Mrs. Harry Wells property on South Washington street for several moved to Lincoln recently. Gustavus B. Stuart, an instruct- )r in the Marengo high school, re- turned to tlt city Monday fol- lowing a short Easter visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stuart. W. T. I,ushbaugh (continued from page 1) wife; one t nephew, Harmon E. Lushbaugh of Springfield; and two nieces, Mrs. Irvin N. Mehrholz of Mount Pulaski, and Mrs. L. I Rush of Oregon, Illinois. The body arrived in Lincoln at At 3 p.m. the remains were remov- I ed to the home of Dr. Margaret I Lushbaugh on North Lafayette I street, Mount Pulaski, where fu- I neral services ill be held at 3 p. ! m. Friday, conducted by Rev. J. Wayne Staley, pastor of the Chris- tian church. Burial will be made in the Mount Pulaski ctmetery. CARD OF TIL&-NKS Our sincere thanks are ertend- ed the friends and neighbors who were so thoughtful and kind to us during our bereavement, the death of our loved one, Della Jackson. The Family. rs. Claude Bowles Logan County AI umni Associa- this vicinity, but tion members of the Illinois State four miles north of aLffalo, Normal University, Normal, will relatives at an Easter hold a meeting and banquet in the last Sunday. The following First Methodist church, Lincoln, present: Mr. and Mrs. Iigh at 6:30 p. n Tuesday, April 22. daughters Linda Lee and Tickets for the event can be ol>- of Springfield; Mr. and rained of Mrs. Witbur E. Stoll in lenn Ogiesby, Miss Alice Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. ton Davis, A new and larger porch was and ]r. John Davis of this built during the past week on the and locality, south.side of the Dan W. Ellis res- and Mrs. A. F. Schilt son idence on North Washington and daughter Donna Mae, street. were Easter Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton of her parents, Mr. and ! and son Thomas Arthur, Jr., visit- Frank Shoup. ed in Elkhart Easter Sunday at M Elizabeth Manes went to the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Rosa Gupton, where a faro- Wednesday to visit for fly dinner was given. days with her daughter, Mrs. The Ladies' Aid Society of Zi- McCullough, when she will on Lutheran church will meet in for Knoxville, Tennessee, the church basement at 2 p. n an indefinite stay with "Fhursday, A4zrfl 24, with Mrs. Ed- Ms. I Ford. as hostess. Feet THURSDAY, APRIL 24fl We will have a Dr. Scholl Specialist ;n our store 8:30 a. m. 't;I noon. Avail se! of this opportunity to fain foot comfort. Appointments will insure prompt attention. CARD OF TH.N'KS We are deeply grateful for the many thoughful and helpful acts performed for us and' our loved CLEAR'$ WE KNOW THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR qUALITY DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR VALUE WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MORE FARMERS SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. April 18 and 19 W. C. Fields in "The Bank Dick" with Una Merkel - Franklin Pangborn ALSO SERIAL AND COMEDY i SUN. AND MON. April 20 and 21 The Mightiest oUtdoor Picture of them all "ARIZOHA" Starrinq JEAN ARTHUR with William Holden -- Porter Hall and a cast of thousands WED. AND THURS. April 23 and 24 "One Night in! the Tropics" with Allan Jones -- Nancy Kelly Robt. Cummlnqs - Bud Abbott Lou Costello -- Mary Boland BROWN'S SERVICE CO. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Charter No. 3839 Reserve I)isrict No. 7 Report of the Condition of the We Are A Walgreen Store Visit ls When in Lincoln FEUERBACHER'S Lincoln  Pulaski St- A.F. LIPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS FIRST NATIONAL BANK MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS In the State of Illinois, at the close .of business on April 4, 1941. Published in response to call made by comptroller of the rency, under Section 5211, U.S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS 1. Loans and cliscounts (including $658.28 over- 19. drafts) .................................... $399 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ................................ 91,300.00 3. Obligations of States and politics2 sub- divisions .................................. 55,. 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures .......... 60,240 .g 5. Corporate stocks, including stock of Federal Reserve bank .............................. 3,850.00 6. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve . balance, and cash items in process of collection 319,1{ 7. Bank premises owned $7,000.00; furniture and fixtures $1,715.21 ...................... 8. Real estate owned other, than bank premises 11. Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS ......................... LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................. 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................... 464 16. Deposits of States and po',:ical subdivisions . 18. Other deposits (certified and cashier's check, etc.) ...................................... 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ............. $796,648.93 TOTAL LIABILITIES ...................... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital stock: (c) Common Stock, total par ......... 26. Surplus ................................... 27. Undivided profits ......................... 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) .................................... 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........... TOTAL LIABILITIES and .................. EIORANDA 31. Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value): (a) United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities ............................ 32. Secured Liabilities: (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirement of law ........... State of Illinois, County of Logan, as. None . Noe I, B. W. Ely, Cashier of the above-named bank, do swear that the above statement is true to the best of ledge and belief. B.W. Ely, Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of 1941. {Seal) FLORENCE L, Notary put CorrectAttest: GEO. F. DS " V. G. C')NNOI_JEY GEO. E. SCHAHL ors Deposits in  Bank  under the United States ment Act of and as amended 1, 1934.