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PAGE EIGlrr TI MOUNT PULASXI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MAT "%J George Tallbott, 88, Died In Jacksonville George Tallbott. retired paint- er, died Wednesday, May 16, 1951, at 7:45 p.m., in the Jack- sonville state hospital at the age of 88 years, 9 months and 17 days. He had been at the hos- pital four years. Mr. Tallbott was born July 29, 1862, in Ohio. He Is survived by his wife. The remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mt. Pulaski and this Thursday after- noon were taken to the Schahl home for Funerals in Latham. Burial services will be held in the Latham Methodist chur- ch at 2 p.m. Friday, conducted by Rev. Edwin Groenhoff. Burial in Two-Mile Grove cemetery, south of Latham. TO PUBLISH SONG BY MRS. AUGUST EL HAHN Mrs. August H. Hahn, Mount Pulaski, received word last week from the Dubonnet Music ub- lishers, New York, affiliated with Ascap, that the song, "Captured," written and composed by her has been accepted and will soon be published. "Captured" is a popular love song. SPRING COUNTYWIDE HOME BUREAU'S PROGRAM MAY 21 The spring county-wide pro- gram honoring new Home Bur- eau members and orgapization workers in the Logan County Home Bureau is scheduled for Monday afternoon, May 21st at 1:30 CST at the Christian church in Lincoln. Plans for this event have bean under the chairmanship of Mrs. S. L. Bramwell, county vice chair man. and her executive commit- tee Mrs. Hubert Kohl. Mrs. Allen Eury, Mrs. G. R. Weyhrich, Mrs. Oscar Beaver. Mrs. Wayne Quis- enberry. The theme of the pro- gram is of an international na- ture with Mrs. Arthur Patsy of Hopedale talking to the group on her early married life in Hungary and her opportunity to come to America and establish a new home in Tazewell county. Peter Zeinler. an Austrian Ex- change student soon to graduate from Lincoln high school, will al- so be presented and will give his original oration which named him a state winner in a recent contest. Mrs. Arthur Begolka and Mrs. Paul Dahmm will preside at the organ and Mrs. Raymond Dooley of Lincoln College will l add to the program by singing You can "tear up" those bills with pleasure when you do your trading here the merchandise you'll find here is always reason- able. A Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor two numbers. An informal tea[ will follow the program. All cooperating homemakers and friends are most welcome at this meeting. DO YOU WANT TO PLAY SOFTBALL ? All persons interested in play- ing softball this year should sign up at R. C. Romer's by May 26th. In order to help defray expenses a fee of $1.50 will be assessed at the time of signing. An attempt will be made to have the Softball League open play on Tuesday, June 5. Teams and players will be listed in the Times-News issue of May 31st. If any players from the 1950 season have not returned their shirts to the sponsors they are asked to do so at once. MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM AT KENNEY CHURCH A Mother's Day program was held at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Kenney Christian church Rev. Carl Moorhaus. pastor, gave a short talk on the subject of mothers. The pastor's talk was folloed by songs by the differ- ent classes of the church school. There was music by Miss Shir- lay Abbott, a vocal solo by Ellen ] Robert Abbott gave Lee Maddox; songs by Miss] that was greatly Myrna Cunningham. Miss Lois Cartright, Miss Lenora Wampler, ---Satch Pads and Mrs. William Brown. Mrs. l art the Tlm-NewL I From where I sit ... Joe "One For The Relmoids, m town librar: Jan, really put smut-aleck mo- torist bL his place last week right in cent of tows, corner of Main and Walmnt. Her car stalled, tying up traffic. Most drivers junt waited quietly reali she couldn't help it-- but one fellow kept blaring way ouhis horm So Miss Reynolds gets out of her car, walks over ami says sweetly, l'm afraid I cant start my en- It you'd like to try I'll stay here and lems on that horn for yo" That stopped him! Colrgriht, 1951, From where I  k d sometimes a liCt.le "sound off" before we derstand what it's 11 try to see the  in whatever he votes, what he tbiuJ: his preference is fcf m beer or simply blast in the way" o or ides$ matters. Plenty of space and the right kind of cold for keeping foods safe from one shopping trip to the next. The beautiful @ @ Master @ I ANNOUNCING m mm nm You can get your POTTED PLANTS and CUT FLOWERS , (ON ORDER) From MYERS SERVICE CO. Phone 436 Near zero cold for 41 Ibs. of frozen foods in the full- width Super-Freezer Chest. Plenty of usable space for safe stor- age of all your everyday foods. LOOK UP NUMBER BEFORE CALLING Don't trust too much to memory the number you are going to call, unless you are very familiar with it. If you don't have the right number it wastes your time, the person who answers the "wrong number" and adds more work for the op- erator. Of course, if it isn't in the telephone directory, CALL INFORMATION. Twin Hydrators keep 3/5 bushel of fruits andvegetablesfresh and crisp for days. All these features in a new Frigidaire ! Sturdy, close-grilled, rustproof shelves Over 15 sq. ft. of shelf area o Full-width Chill Drawer Double-easy Quickube Ice Trays Beautiful design with gold, blue and chrome accents We Ire mm worldng f#t tl - memat #f t Meter -Miser mechanism protects all your food with SAFE Coid l