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i!i!ili/ / / IPAm TWO Chestnut Girl To Wed In June Chestnut, Ill.--Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kizer of Chestnut announce the engagement a n d approaching marriage of their daughter, Na- dine, to Darrell E. Lakin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lakin, Ma- roL The wedding will take place June 7th in the Chestnut Metho- dist church. Miss Dorothy Kizer, sister of the bride-elect, will be the maid of honor and Leigh Stair, Lafayette, Ind., schoolmate of the bridegroom-to-be, will serve as best man. Miss Kizer is a graduate of the Grand Bay high school of Grand Bay Alabama. She studied violin in the Arthur Jorden Conserva- tory, Indianapolis, Ind., and at present is associated with her sis- ter in the Dorothy Kizer Dance , Studio. Mr. Lakin is a graduate of Kenney Community high school. He will receive his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical en- gineering from Purdue University in June. CHESTNUT The Schocknecht Memorial tal- ent quest of the Waither league will be held at the Springfield high school auditorium Sunday at 1: p.m. The participants from the local Wlther league are: Miss Pearl toll, who will sing a contralto solo, accompanied by Mrs. Er- hardt Stoll; Miss Blanche Stoll and Victor Stoll, a vocal duet, ac- companied by Mrs. Edward yon Thu The ladles of the Methodist church will serve a noo luncheon at the church Tlursday, May 1. Those on the committte in charge are Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, chairman; Mrs. Fred Morris, Mrs. Clark Fletcher, Mrs. Carl Fink Mrs. John Gulso, Mrs. Henry Don- nan, Mrs. Audrey VJi]con, .rs. Harley McKinley, Mrs. Lee Ball and Mrs. Steve Southern. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Higgins re- turned home Sunday evening from Kentucky, where they had been i u,,, _ It Costs No More To have your clothes MADE TO ORDER AT CLEAR'S International Tailoring Co. Agency The Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. APRIL 25 AND 26 FRANKIE DARRO in "lip il the Air" and Roy Corrlqan m John Kinq Max Terhune in 0011m Range Busters" ALSO Buck Jones |n "Whffe Eagle", SUN. AND MON. APRIL 27 AND 28 FRED ASTAIRE PAULETTE GODDARD in "S400ond 00orns" # with Arfle Shaw and His Band Charles Butterworth Burqess Meredith WED. AND TIURS. APRIL 30--1IAY I PAT O'BRIEN CONSTANCE BENNETT in "Empe to Glory" MOU'NT P DB-NIgW MOUNT P. ILIJNOI MONTHLY LUNCHFN AT CHESTNUT The W.S.C.S. of the Chestnut church will serve their regular aonthly luncheon Thursday, May 1 with Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger as chairman and the following com- mittee: Mesdames John Gulso, Henry Donnan, Steve Southern, Lee Bal Carl Flnk, Harley Mc- Kinley, Fred Morris, Clark Fletch- er and Audrey Wilson. For reser- vations call Mrs. Eugene Kret- zinger. NON-HIGH SCHOOL BOARD ORGANIZES An organization meeting was held in Lincoln Monday by mem- bers of the non-high school board of education, and I)elbest Ford of Cornland was elected president. The other members are John Zim- mer of Emden, re-elected April 12, and John L. WilLiams of Chestnut. The election returns were cau- vaased by the board. Mr. and Mrs. David McLean and little son, David, Springfield, Mrs. C. 1". Frazier and son Eugene of tl'ds city, left last Friday on an auto trip to Bucyrns, Ohio, to visit one week with his mother, i Mrs. J. P. McLean, and the wo-i men's sister, Mrs. Durai Seyfert. Mrs. Milton Schreiner and son Billy returned Friday evening to St. Louis, Mo., following an East- ter time visit of ten days with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. Witt- rock. for one week, due to the serious illness of Rev. Higgins' father. The Home bureau unit will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clifford Leimbach. W. E. Baker as been appoint- ed chief gardener of the WPA project gdens of Logan county. Last year he served as head gar- dener of the Chestnut WPA pro- ject garden. At the season's closing meeting of the Chestnut Community Club, held in the high school gymnasium. Wednesday night, April 16, the annual election of olBcers was held, resulting as follows: John Suedmeier, president; Mrs. Leren Kizer, vice-president; Mrs. W. F_ Baker, secretary; Mi-s. Eugene Kretzinger, treasurer. Mrs. Egene .retzinger was in Decatur part of last week and at- tended the sessions of the Royal Neighbors of America state con- vention. i Mr. and Mrs. Gentry E. Palmer of Center, Missouri, were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Neuschafer and facn, ily. Miss Lois Garcon of Lincoln has been engaged to teach the Pop- i corn school the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Zelle, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. John Zelte, and family, of Springfield, visited here the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Zelle. Earl Whiteman and wife of Bloomington ent Sunday i n Chestnut with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Whitemen. The Chestnut grade school will hold its annual picnic in the high school gymnasium on Friday, May 2, featured by a basket din- ner at noon, to be served by the Community Club, in charge of a comfittee composed of Mrs. Wil- bur G. Sanith, Mrs. Todd Buehler and Mrs. Arthur F_berhardL The dinner arrangements will be taken care of by Mrs. Pearl Bland, Mrs. Gladys Marshall and Mrs. ]lna Saner. On the entertainment com mittee are Mrs. Gladys Marall, Joseph A.rtzong, Mrs. Audrey Wilson and Mrs. Edwin Johansem Fred W. Zelle has been amsoci- ated with the grain business in Z]- liopolis for a number of weeks, nd this week the household goods were moved there. On Thursday evening, April 17, a farewell par- ty was given Mr. and Mrs. Zelle. The diversion was pinochle. After lunch was served they were pre- sented with a Fireside Plaque by the grotp. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buehler, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schaffenaaker, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Willlam, Mr. and Mks. Wilbur G. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Geyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eberhardt, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sdmeier, Mr Eugene Kretzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Worth, Mrs. Audrey Wilson. The Fellowship Club of Zion Lutheran church eret in the church at 8 p. n Tuesday. For i the evening's discussion the edu- cation topics were taken from the April 1 and April 15 issues of the Lutheran Witness. The commit- tees in charge were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford [ekmbach, Mr. and Mrs. William Opperman for entertain- ment. Mr. and Mrs. Edward ueh- ler and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Geyer for refreshment. Cup cakes were served. Miss Freida Schahl will finish five years of service ,Saturday evening as clerk in Vall's Food Market, and having resigned her position, will begin new duties on May 1 in the local telephone off- ice. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Rodney Hutchison visited in Springfieldf last Thursday aiglt and Friday with his son, Clarence Hutehison and wife. Mrs. J. C. Swinney was brought home last Friday from the Spring- field hospital, "Springfield, where she had been a patient for several weeks following a serious surgi- cal operation The Tuesday Afternoon Club met April 15th, at the home of Mrs. George J. Smith on Belmont street, Five Hundred being the diversion. The prizes were award- ed to Mrs. Albert F. Dillsver, Mrs. John T. Hershey and Mrs. William B. Jenne. Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin and three children, of East St. Louis, visited four miles south- west of the city Sunday with rel- atives, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lit- terly. Mrs. George A. Voile visited friends in Chicago Friday and Saturday. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. H. C. Case of Urbana. The Dorcas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church, met recently at the ome of Mrs. Wilford Scrog- gin on West Cooke street The business session was following by the playing of Rook, the prizes going to Mrs. J. I-L Stuart and Mrs. Waiter A. Schafer. At the next meeting the lstess will be Miss Violet Cooper. Russell Gordon of Lawndale has DAY leased the Phillips 66 on Route 121 curve, in part of city, from Scroggin, and moved week. Distincti00 FUN SERVICE AM SERVICE H HOME Phone 83 or 90 APRIL 25 - 26 25- CAP PURPLE PLUMS, No. I .......................... 2 cans WABASH SODA CRACKERS ....................... 2 bs. CAP CIDER VINEGAR, Refrigerator Itcher ................. 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Dried Peaches, Ib ......... Dried Apricots, Ib ........ I I In the County Couty of  - ty: In Probate. In Re: Estate of Jane AIllmm, Deeess The undersigned Admmlstrator of the Estate of Jane Allison, de- ceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Lo- gan County, Illinois, and having duly qualified, hereby gives public ,notice that the first Monday of June, A. D, 1941, the same being the 2nd day of said monti, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date Without issuance of summons. Charles J. Gehlbach, Ator. Smith and Arnold, Attorney Chocolate Drops, Ib ........ 10c Oyster Shell, 100-1bs ....... 7% Gainer Chick Scratch, 8 I-3 Ibs ............... 2Sc Gainer Chick Starter, 8 I-3 bs ................ 30c Lemons, 4 for ........... New Potatoes, Ib ........ .' New Cabbage ........... Celery ................. I Leaf Lettuce, Ib .......... 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