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May 15, 1941

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Attend Woman&apos;s Club Convention torah Z. Lipp of Mount President of the Logan Federation of Women's Marie Van Hook. new- of the Mount anaen's Club. and Miss past president of Woman s Club. left Ohicago to attend the convention of the Illi- lederation of Women's four days at Ha- Mrs. Lipp joined the on a train trip while Mrs. Van Brooker made an was appointed to a member of the house She accompanied a of Women that day in One of 'the most magnifi- which Chicago French masterpieces, e first time the cam- of 272 canvaqes display,. speakers appeared on among them beong radley; Dr. Louis congregation ; noted news and Dr. Frank of Yale University. Club and district cho- guest artists, add- success and pleas- this Thursday eve- ball room of the the convention to at Cornland Harold C. Johnson the Golden Gospel daily frown 1:15 to I'AX Will begin a special services in in Cornland the first service be- evening, May 19. meetings the evan- natural colored life of Christ. He Preach three Picture zn connection with lights. He two of the Pace flhns. gospel music and be made possible transcription, Mrs. Hunt and the Will be heard in spe- will begin each :45. The public is to attend, see the enjoy the spe- the forceful M. HUl. .s the pas- aria preaches SUnday morning. EY s MOUNT PULAVII TIMWNEW MOUNT PUIASKI. ILLINOIS PAGE"rll]II][', Chosen May Queen by High School Students the girls are corlially invited to '50,000 small mouth bass fry. ' attend. The program will include The fish will be placed itz t]. songs, skits, and the presenting of awards to the Girl Scouts by Mrs. state's rearing ponds at C,neo  Wilbur E. Stall. Refreshments and later will be distributed in 11-, will be served, linois waters, ' 'ARNING TO DRIVEls% OF NOTICE  ........ " CARS A D MOTOI3CIS -ta .......... t te o! Illinois, uounzy of tgaa, Drivers on Mount Puiask streets ss. -- are given warning by Mayor Wil- . .. -- .- liam Binder that spe<ling, reck- in me Cotmty Couty of  C4m-.. : less driving, turning in the center' ty: In Probate. , -. of the block, and unneces.ary In Re: ]tate of Jane A honking of horns will be the:: cause Dead. of their being taken in charge by T.he undersigned Administrator city police if they are not diseon- of the Estate of Jane AlliRnn d. .* tinued. Youngsters are also warn-cea.ed havin been a'-',nt-l--- ed that no air rifle shooting in the _ , ._ g . ppo ea as . city limits will be tolerated. SUCh y the ounty court of LO- gan County Ininois, and having .................. duly qualified, hereby gives public '. BASS SEASON HERE notice that the first Monday of TO OPEN JUNE 1 June, A. D. 1941, the same being. r*i.7lr| TH x-;nston E the 2nd day of said month is ,tile Osborne, director of Conservation, claim date in the estate of said remincL Illinois anglers that the deceased and that claims may be eason on large and small mouth filed against said estate on 0 q, [black bass opened May 15, in the before said date without Issuance j southern zone. The seam in the lot summons.  f't central zone tLgan county op- Charles J Gehlbach, ' ens on June 1 and in the northern ' " _,_,_,__,__ " ' [ Ad...mcror ]zone on June 16. Smith and Arnold, Attorneys. . The bass season in all three zones will remain open until next ............. ' .......... - . . Mar. 31. Bass may be taken only , " with a hook and line. The daily  lit IlqPAnlAAma limit is ten. fl,. U. RlUfllbUII Director Osborne announced that JUSTICE OF THE PEACE the Department's ariated fish 'i . . , . ,,, . ,;ec OnS ano l'oTartal Work transport truck had been sent to SNYDER BLDG the federal fish hatchery at Mam- S WASHINGTOhl moth Springs, Arkansas, to _ .._ get M ss Pearl Stol] Mount Pulas sen or was selected by poputer .................................................. ' fo rei n as May Queen. She w;lI ue crowned vote of the student body r q .  ..... A Jrs Fred J. S'o!,. C!ass N:qht, May 23. She is a dauqnter o ,v.. o- CHESTNUT CORNLAND I l Several chestnut women were Two "Inches of rain here Wed- in Mount Pulaski Monday evening nesday morning. It stops corn i planting for awhile. and attended the Eastern Star Mrs. Alvin Day came home from lodge and initiatory work. They the hospital last week but is still were Mrs. Albert H. Buehler, war- confined to her bed. Batterton and Lor- ence Hart returned home Sunday S thy matron; Mrs. Eugene Kretzin- Mrs. Maude ger, Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, night from Marked Tree, Ark. Mrs. S. O. Sally, Mrs. Wilbur G. MisS Clonda Bohn and Richard Smith, Mrs. Leonard F. McCann, Drake left Tuesday morning for Flint, Michigan, where on Wednes- Miss Jessie Ruth Myrick. day theY will compete in the two- LenardF'McCamnmadeabUS" year high schI musical cntests" ARE HERE AGA|N[ iness trip last Friday to St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohn and son Lowell and Mr. B. C. Warrick ac- Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Buehler, cmpanied the two contestant& of Alleman, Iowa, who were re- ria are visiting their daughter, cently married, visited in C hestnut Mrs. John F. Bryson, Jr., and faro- fly this week. resl from Wednesday to Saturday of last week with his uncle and aUnt, BLrLA-D GRADE SCHOOL Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buehler. RECOGNITION Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keck made GIVEN an auto trip to ChiCagO last Rutland, IlL--For the tkdrd con- Thursday on a business mission, secutive year the Rutland grade ' schl has received a certLficate f TIRES Mr. and Mrs. Ben Emmons, son . wPer Benjamin, and daughter Betty of !recognition frhoo17 Chiago, who have been visiting in elementarY " its Lincoln vicinity this week with nounce d Thursday. her son Donald Hart, and family, The rating was given from the called on friends in Ohestnut. office of State superintendent of Claude Rice went to St. LouiS, Schools John A. wieland, Spring- Mo., last Thursday, called there on CONVOY ---- account of the death of a brother, field, and is based on physical Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith and Mrs. nlant grounds, equipment, teach- Lenard F" McCann were hstess ;ng s' pupils' cmmunity rela TIRE es to the bridge club last Friday, tionships and adminisation. entertaining in Decatur. Note:  Mount pulaski people Albert Bahon and James Albert will be interested in the above Buehler enlisted last week in the the superintendent of aviation corps of the United States item because Army, and have been sent tO spa- the grade school is Alfred Tomlin- 6.00-16 son, son of Mr. and Mrs. George kane ,VashinEton.. ....... of Motmt Pulaski. -- ............ $5 95 The Chestnut high nool,_pre_- A. um-.,.," o also superintend- sented a three-act play, ' 1.o Mr. TOmJm-.:o , .:, hool- %'ho's Here," in the gymnaiumi ent of the Rut mna ;jVt for the i at S p. m. Wednesday, May. ?" eJ and has been r.e'=svo r the corn- cast included Rosalie Smztn, "1 -- dual .emttlOI1 ll i same v-- ona Hamblem, June Marsha,, n  school year. Standard Tire 00igh 00_lake00n, sco Cann Loren imcoe anu . .... TITUBE MONt .... ' IV . ,..,, oui troop of Girl $6 98 m. Mount x-" u,.,- -- On the afternoon of Wedn .esday, The .... hold an Investiture on: .:0" 16 Was llOSt" SCOUTS wz ' " 6 May 7, Mary Rentshler ---,, ..... of Monday, May 19, ni ess to members of the ne .... the evem,",tharan church ansi I Cestnut Chums, a branch of the St. JotmS,_u=''h'i fine work all -,' x ,-, lub Sixteen mvm- intereste -" .... "'" -'=-; -ers" and two guests, "-- --------- ers, u]e.,ea . ....... Har- .... Hzgh Speed Tire Mrs. Alvin tenTSum- ,,d -- riet Schroth were present. After II|.ltAt P-lk Ifll the t conclusion of tl business gillli 1,- ...... meeti,-]-rcasBuehlerandMar" -- ----' e,r',tl $9 98 ilyn Williams gave a demonstra- PAID eeOK tion and talk on ,,Accurate Meas- __.,,. ,.. 6.00-16 urements in Baking." The girls AIIIMPM..- i learned how to score a plate of .... cookies. Norma Neusohafer and PROMPT SERVIC;k Donna Bowles gave a lesson on Stoll s Radio & Auto good sewing equipment. Miss Au- relia Stoll assisted me giris St filling out their project Shell Service on Mary served her guests a  Phone 44 lunch of ice cream cookies and mints. The next meeting will be Moun Pulaski a picnic, which will be held at REVERSE CHARGES PHONE 80 MO  ILL Popcorn  on