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MAY 8, 1941 ChestnutDonna and Julia Rose Bland, Elva Mae Abbott. Clinton--Mr. and Mrs. Ivan L. The following Warrick, Darlene and corinne Warrick. persons have vis- ited and regis- tared at the Ab- rahan Lincoln Memorial shrine' in the Mount Pu- lluar e ski public since April 30: mFle a----Cleatus C lobes- ,_ et, Long Island, N. Y. --nald C. Beidl-er. exandria, La.--Loren D. :Mc- Id RSher, Okla.--Major F. E. 8i '.tt. From Illinois ecaturMr. and Mrs. D. E. e n leer . , ElLzabeth and Robert on. ]L . Auburn--Mr and Mrs Rals- t0  . Allott, Sharolyn Sue Elliott. Spring Tonic t to keep you tit! ' few treatments will not only P you up, but will tone "up YOur entire system. medicines, but a scien- method based on a care- of your bodily struc- ture. Free Consultation RHEUMATIC AND ARTHRIT- IS TREATMENTS A SPECIALTY PaulW.Myers Ie 71 -- Next to Kroqer's Kenney---Robert Voelker. Springfield--E- B. Reed, F. A. Jones. Lancoln---Reece Gee, Mrs. F. R. -oungberg. TSlono -- Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Drum, Rex Drum. Urbana--Shirley Hunt. illiopolisBeverly Bowers. Chicago--Harvey L. Humble. Riverton--W. W. Watson. Oak Park--Mrs. Mary D. Mor- gan, Esther A. Olsen. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. J. Wayne Saley, J. Wayne Staley, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Warrick, Richard and Ronald Warrick, Harry Hahn, Barbara and Clyde Reynolds, Ray Lee, Jack Scroggin, Mrs. CharleS Moore, Elsie Beck, Vera Blake- man, Mildred Riedle, Jerry Hahn, Don L Sisk, Fred W. Kemmer. --| = KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent Mrs. Mabel Montgomery had her farm actually turned up-side down Monday when about thirty farm- er ni hbors with twenty-tour =" g rrows at- tars with plows and  ,o work tached, made a picmc u * of conditioning her corn land. The first t.ractor enteren d tbh; field about" SLX O ClOCr* .... t" eight o'clock there were Lw,, a four tractors with gang ploWS harrows tearing up the earth: Kenneth Miller and the County Service Co. donated 120 gallons of gasoline and were on the job th tractors. Eight la- dies prepared the noon meal. Harry Wells of Mourt Pulaski is owner of the farm. Dale E. Fort, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Fort, and Miss Dor- othy Forshay daughter of Mrs. Hazel Forshay of Oak Park, Ill., were married Saturday evening at Me. MiSS Lorraine SL Charles, Todd o'Brien, o Biddle and accompanied them to Bloomington Missouri. Tle bride is a graduate of An- ita. Iowa, and of the Liberty Beauty School of peoria is now employed at the Personality Beau- MIDWEST ICE CREAM Qts. 2be - 36 "OH JOHNNY" Brown's Service Co. WE KNOW THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR VALUE WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MORE FARMERS SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY BROWN'S SERVICE CO. HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician ISl0 Broadway Lincoln, III. Phone 1062 r MO-- Shop in Normal. The groom is a graduate of Kenney Community high school and attended Wesleyan Univer- sity and is now employed with the National Loan Company in Bloomington. The couple are at mine in a newly furnished apart- at 602 East Washington ;treet. The Senior class play, "'Early to Bed and Early to Rise," pre- sented at the high school Thurs- day was well attended. Mrs. E. H. Burdock, dramatic instructor, to be congratulated on her se- lection of the cast. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steiger have returned from CaILforma where they spent ttle winter and will be with Mrs. Mabel Montgom- ery this summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rowe and the Misses Ethel Edwards, Hazel Mills and JesSie Junk enjoyea a trip to NeW Salem Sunday. Mrs. Alvin Day was removed tn i the schahl ambulance Wednesday afternoon from St. Clara's hospit- al, Lincoln, to her home one mile of Cornland. A daughter, first child, was born tuesday, May 6, in St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moore, Jr., of Mount Pulas- ki. Open House will be observed at  MOVrr  numom to hear a talk by the Right Rev. Monsignor Edward J. Flanagan, the "Father Flanagan" of Boys' Town, Nebraska. He explained his basic principle of working with kindness instead of with court law. Father Flanagan, whose home for neglected and under-privileged boys near Omaha has attracted national fame, discussed in brief the founding of the hcxme which was established 24 years ago on 80 in borrowed money and the assistance of three nuns. Five boys were "charter mem- bers" of the home which has rap- idly grown from a one-room rec- reation and workroom to a city all of its own, comprising 440 acres on which four large apart- I ment like buildings stand. Those attending from Mount Pulaski and vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Sms, Mrs. Roman Romer, Miss Gretchen Stennett, r. and Mrs. William Miller and son Billy Joe. FOUR WOLF CUBS BRING $5.00 EACH Williamsville, Ill. -- Fred Dun- can, Williammle rural mall car- rier, and Clinton Crawford, also of ........ oln Williamsville, on April 29 turned St. Clara's hospital jn Ltc m over four wolf cubs to Sheriff Sunday, May 11, frOmioalHosvi Harry A. Eileson in Springfield. in observance oz  .... Duncan said he and Crawford Day. found the cubs on the McCormick hris Schmidt of winfield, Iowa, i farm three miles south of Wil- arved in the city W ednes...y ev] i lianville" He said they were u n- ening for a brief v00,_t :%Or':; able wolves ,n friends and neighbors. Ma y y . I neighborhood where twelve wolves ago he lived in Mount PulasKI, : .L" ......................... : )eing interested in the Schmidt Bros. meat market on west side of "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR square, and this is his first trip back here in twenty years. HiS brothers, George and Joe Schmidt, operate a grocery store and meat market in Winfield. "FATHER FLANAGAN" SPOKE AT DELAVAN DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hoqs Rendering & Fertilizer Company On Friday evening, May 2, the Lincoln, Illinois armory m Delavan was filled to Phone: Lincoln 856 and Reverse Charge eanacity by persons from all ov- nois, who assembled were found last fall in an ized hunt. Bounties of $5 for each were paid by the sheriff's WE REPAIR ANY "blAKE SEWING MACHIilE or ; VACUUM CLEANER And Give You A Year's Guarantee Courtesy machine left while yours is beinq repa;red. RO I.I.A $ttiV1.Y S;nqer Representative MOUNT PULASKI _' ...... ,,, WOOL WOOL We are in the market for Wool, Hides, Scrap Iron of all description, House Rags, Met. als of All Kind, Clean Fresh Ecjqs and Poultry. You will have more oney brinqlnq above dlrecf to Clinton plant than selllnq el=e- where. JACOB TICK DEPENDABLE DEALER FIFTY YEARS IN CLINTON, ILL % Railroads, Too, Voi00, As if to discourage any undue optimism, there are voices that are being raised these days in earnest if indirect prophecy of ultimate disaster for the railroads- These am the voices promoting unplanned, uncoorditmd and costly transportation. They forez.ast inland waterways thickly sprinklext with carriers from barges to ocean-going liners, highways packed with motor trucks, sky black with airplane.s, pipelines tunneling under roads and rails. Railroads have a story, too, and they have voices to tell it. MILLIONS OF VOICES. Voices that call for planning in transportation. Voices that recognize the supremacy of railroads as the naiion's chief reliance for transImrtatin" Voices that declare railway seevi(x; is essential and, with half a chance, cannot be beaten in doing its job. These are the voices, first of all, of railway managements, the official spokesmen of the industry. "Imn the owners, too, a million or more. Then the direct creditors, another million, q%en th,; indirect creditors, many additional millions--savings bank depositors, insurance.* policy holdcr, teachers and students in endowed institutions of ]eardng. Added to these for anything theft clearly benefits the industry as a whole are the voices of railway labor. They sik for more than a million workers devoting lives to this form ,)f l,ubli,: s.zx, i... And last, but not least, are the voices of those anaog tlm i, uhli, who b'.li,ve in the ORDERLY development of the nation's trarsporxation. These are persuasive voices. They ... .,,.:. strnng in the justice of their cause. They a voices tlmt rnt]%t t,v |ltI'(] *li(l will not be deal. @