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TEN JOHN L. STENGEL HOME OVER WEEK END Private John L. Stengel, oldest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steng- residing a number of miles of Mount Pulaski, vis- e nal selections will be announced local school and the I.tham cam o May 26. munity high school. The mixed Outstanding patrol members chorus will sing, and other special from Logan county are: Noel Bak- numbers will include baritone er, Chestnut, 14; Raymond Page, horn. vocal and tuba solos, marlin- Lincoln, Adams. 11; Walter Huff- ba duet, and clarinet quartet. Ev- man, Lincoln, Central, 13; Bobby eryone is invited, and there is no PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT FDI,SKI, iAlom THURSDAY, MAY 8, at home over the week end. is in the Medical Training Leckrone, Lincoln, jefferson, 11; admission charge. cll of the United States Ar- Billy Bruhn Lincoln, aonroe, 11; n y at Camp Grant, Rockford, Richard Thompson, LinCol n, L W. FLETCHER ESTATE t ois. %Vashington, 10; Charles Matting- FILED IN COUNTY COURT anday visitors at the Stengeltley, Mount Pulaski. Petition for letters of adminis- k( e in his honor were Mr. and I ___o tration in the estate of the late . Paul Buckles and family, ! GEORGE V. NIMMO DllU IN Lafayette W. Fletcher, formerly Mary Joy Kirkart, of Lincoln; Mr. PRINGFIELD.DNESDAY _ of Aetna township, who died in tnd Mrs. Edward T. Goddard, sons t George W. Nlmmo, 114  west Slater, Iowa, March 8, 1941, was . C. and Bill, of Mount Pulaski; t Edward street Springnem, aiea in filed in county court Saturday in Ix. and Mrs. Oscar Shanle and this residence at 2:30 a. m. Wed- Lincoln, listing real estate valued aughter Louise, of Corhland; i nesday, May 7, 1941 aged 81 at $9,500, and personal property at Miss Margaret Muleadx, o f years. $200. Eugene Kretzinger of Chest- pringfleld; Private Edwin. Un: Surviving are his wife. Jennie; nut was named administrator. and, Private Robert Herrm, oI two sons, George G. and Leslie W. amp Grant, Rockford; Daniel Nimmo, of Springfield; one daugh- THE CHRISTLkN CHURCH Herrin, and Delmer Uhll of Lanes- ter, Mrs. Harry Rule, of Mount J. Wayne Staley, Pastor ville; Loren and Walter Shanle of Pulaski; and two grandchildren. Mother's Day Sunday, May 11. :Buffalo; Jack Kilhoffer, Tillie' Funeral services will be held at Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 2:30 p. m. Friday in the Christian Church services at 10:30 a. m. Stengel, daugllters Helen a n d church in Waggoner, conducted by Ten minute organ prelude by Mrs. :Frances, sons Louis, Jr., and lRev. Charles B. Tupper. Burial in George S. Connelly. Meditation * Frank, Miss Mary Shanle, of Illi- [ Raymond cemetery.. ....... nt and silent prayer; vocal solo, "My ,,t s I Decedent haa vlmtea m mou Task," Miss Delores Fleagel; read- ,,v---  ]Pulaski many times at the home ng, "[Dur Mother," Miss N[ary   VEN SAFETY PATROL lot his daughter. Alice Buckles. ! [BERS IN COUNTY /NNU ALNCERT The flood gates of memory will 3even safety patrol members in| n'av V1ve v 17 be opened, while around the world r gan county are a step nearer to  the love and services and sacri- fices ruing the Chicago Motor Club The annual spring concert will of mother will be remember- trd of a week in camp with alllbe held in the Mount Pulaski ed. i pens,.,s paid because of their se- Itowmship high school gymnasium Mother's Day, Sunday, May 1, l! tion by their respective schools, [ at 8 p. . Monday, May 12, given a day for the expression of our was announced Wednesday. Fi-' by the combined orchestras of the love and reverence for our moth- er. Where would mother have you spend tl time at the time of worship ? Auto riding ? No. At the radio? No. Reading Sunday paper? No. Feasting and entertaining? No. At church services. We immortalize our mothers in right living. You are cordially invited to meditate and worship with us. ST. JOHN'S LL'rHERAN CHURCH R. O. Zumsteln, Pastor Regular services will be resum- ed Sunday, May 11, at St. John's church, as follows: Sunday School at 9:30 a. m Worship services at 10:30 a. m. Everyone invited to attend the 3crevices in this church. EASTERN STAR TO EEET MONDAY, MAY 12 local Order of Eastern Star will meet in regular session at 8 p. m. Monday, May 12, in Masonic hall. All mothers present will be honored. There will be initiatory work, and refreshments will be served. All members are urged to be present. LOGAN COL rNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS James H. Barlow, etc., to G. F. Wait, ex et for $1, lot 7, block 8, original town of Mount Pulaski: MAJESTIC Offer Good One Week Only You'll want this beautiful, ex- pensive set of triple.weight, stainless white enamel the mo- ment you see it. Dutch Oven, Teapot and Saucepan, all with quick heat-conducting black bottoms, chromium covers, cool bakelite knobs and large handles. And it's yours, abso- lutely FREE, with your purchase of the New MAJESTIC Range. America's cooking and baking sensa- xionthat's the New MAJESTIC! Everything beautiful end efficient you've been looking for in a coal-wood range that'S he new MAJESTIC! We Are A Oven".., Smart, Modern De- Money saved in fuel. price--hat's the $ign andBeauty...LowerPrice New MAJESTIC, tool Walgreen Store The NEW MAY O 19 Wl, 00swhe. Range 'S Comb,nat,on i:Wood-Coal Gas MAY 24 FEUERBACHE Lincoln  Pulsld St. Here's true cooking magic--a fine new MAJESTIC Range with separate Con| and Gas Sections completely independ- ent of each other. It's two distinct Ranges--each a practical, indispensable kitchen necessity--buih together into one beautiful, compact unit to give you outstanding cooking performance! The entire Range is thor- oughly insulated with Rock- wool to prevent heat waste. Uniform heat distribution eliminates cooking and baking failures*. Here is a quality Range-- @ built to give you years and years of thoroughly satis- factory, happy service! See for Fur.ace,Stove,Stoker this new MAJESTIC Com- bination Range NOW! F. C. PEASE W. E. STOLL Coal & lee Co. Phone $01 Mount lhski, IlL LATHAM MOUNT PULASKI Lewis J. Gasaway, et ux, to lcoln , visited here John Robert Pope, et al, for $10.00 their cousins, Miss Anna the east 34.62 acres off the north- Ilium Kelling. east quarter and part of the Mrs. W. G. Kautz visited southeast quarter of the northeast t Champaign from Friday to S r quarter of section 4," township 17. day with her daughter, Miss V'ff', Graver Gasaway, et ux, to i ginia, a student at the Frank Henry Pope, et al. for $10, !of Illinois, going to attend the west seven one half acres of the northeast quarter of the i special Mother's Day activitie northeast quarter and part of the I The Mount Pulaski chapter southeast quarter of the north-['World War Mothers met f west quarter section 4, township I day afternoon at the home o Kittie Duff on North scott s 17. i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dehnerl .... and daughter Mi= ss Edna, of Lin- How is your subscription? Give A Thought to Your DRAPES You scarcely notice your drapes qefting dirty, and yet what magnets they are for soil and dust for grime and grease. Just imagine how quickly white drapes would show the soil that seffles upon them. It's good for your drapes to have them cleaned twice a year. Good to see the rich colors bright and gleaminq again. Good to know your drapes aren't laden with dirt, dusf and all the in- fections that go with if. Why not send yours now, during house clean- inq season? We'll return them to you quickly--and if you're not delighted wlth the resulfls wou're not expected to pay. Send in your winter clothes before hanging them away. Cleanliness is the best protecfion against moths. MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS PHONE 227 May and June Chick Hatchings Must be 20 Percent Bigger Than Last Year On April 16, Secrefav of Agriculture Claude Wickard asked for an increase of around |S percent in the number of chicks to be raised in t941 over 1940. To have iS per- cent more younq chickens on {arms July I, 1941, than a year aqo, and to have 10 percent more layers on hand on January I, 1942, than a year ago, if will be necessary to start at Jeasf 20 percent more chicks in 1941. Wickard called upon *,he poulfry industry to increase egg production in the next 15 months by 6 percent, the equivalent of IO million cases of 30 dozen eggs each. To reach Wickard's goal May and June hatchings must be 20 percent biqqer than last year, which already were near record levels. This will require an output of 300,000,000 chicks in May and June. This Is Your Opportunity and Duty to Help 'Uncle Sam' In His 1941 National Defense Program / Make the Most of This Oppodunity by Raising Dependable ChesCnuf Chicks in 1941 CHESTNUT HATCHERY Chestnut Mount Pulaski Phone S60B Phone 57 i