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MAY 22, 1941 on Bible June 2 Bible School will be the Mount Pulaski Metho- starting at 8:30 a. n June 2. Will be four classes. Tha text is "Our Happy With Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer and Betty Keek as h&apos;nary division will be un- instruction of Mrs. Dick assisted by Earline Kin- course of study will be Life In Bible Times." Juniors will study "Discov- Rible Lands,' and will be by Mrs. Harry Long, her being Juanita Vail. Intermediate department under the leadership of Bartels and Audrey Their instruction will be God In the Beauti THE ff/OU'r pULASK| T[ Ilrq'NEwSL MOU'IF rULgSKI. ILLI'NO|,  "Chas." Wagn er Gets His Head "Shot" belle Crowe, who is spending see- t- t:_- h:" {hatter tar a - ....... , I ./ .... raman W.S CI/CK,N  " E" - ',Li-r ..... ,,,c- o one of the. catches, at. bhellna_.j f ......... was a  :e:' :*" ;:" : his head into the net aria - ................ ;here with their parents, Mr. and lehool will be held from 10:30 a. m. eacl day be- Mrs. Dean Sclmltz left Tuesday June 2, except Saturday imrning on a bus trip to Parkers- Mrs. Mike Schick. and will come to a burg, West Virginia, to spend a Miss Winifred Spenter who is June 13. Please keep few days with her uncle and aunt, employed in Springfield visited in mind. Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Gosnell, be- here Saturday night and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Fred Spen- fore going to Elmira, that state, L7 to make an extended visit withI er. Mrs. Earl Godfrey and daugh- E her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl tar Betty, Mrs. G. F. Timmons and vents , Campbell. Nonamaker. Mrs. Thelma Knoxville, visited in city recently with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Holmes. They ;were accompanied to Knoxville by Irs. Godfrey's sister, Mrs. clara- Margaret Halberg return- At your local Theatre in Tech- to her home in Spring- nleolor, ,,Virginia." Showing three after visiting here for two days, My 25-26-27. With hey brother, Leroy A. The Misses Mary Cathryn and and wife, in their Times- Margaret Schick, of springfield, spent Saturday night and sunday l eral days there. I.ITilElf. iN (/ilI:IICHES IVII.L i LAI'N(:I! FUNDS DRIVI ] The St, John's Lutheran congTe- ' Ration of Mount Pulaski will launch a drive on Sund;y, May 25, to raise fund.s which will be used to help support a comprehensive program of service, in behalf <;f Lutheran men in Army and Navy training camps, according to an PAGE Ray O. Zumstein. Virtually all Lu- theran congregations in the Unit- ed States are co-operating in th_i appeal. All who give $1 or more will receive a bronze emblem, pin to indicate that they are co-oper- ating in this effort to serve Luth- eran men. !;!3 Eugene M, Weckel, et ex to Mary A. Kiick, for $1, the north- east quarter of the northwest quar- ter, section 24. township 18. ,nno,.:ncem,mt b- the pastor, Rev. ,tamps indicated $5,000. Statement of Mount Pulaski Township RELIEF FUNDS Fro:.'n March 26. 1940 to March 2b: 1941 g --eqdifures .... mome Relief nr:iUO!pq Veterans) { 1,_, , .)il I-!c sE@alizafion $13,114.61 373.95 I,II9.12 Total Relief $14,607.68 Adi:qini:frafion 670.27 $15,277.95 V/arrants Pet;red and Inter- esf 1,715.90 $16,993.85 lllEIT ICE CREAM lllii, quart - II5c .l.Wiche''onde r Barl '!. Niclli Dixles . Nicks Newly, ads draLbR7 25cCream Slice 5c Service Co. WHEN YOU THINK OF } F FREE! SAT. AND SUNDAY MAY 24-25 5-1111. Kerosene Can $1.00 value FREE WITH S-gal. PEIIIISYLVAIIIA 01L iOO Pure Permit No. 172 Reg. Price $3.09 Tax Paid Bll0WlI'S SERVICE CO. n N ! R THINK OF ',K'S , WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY by the way you handle your money you make on others is influ- @ The impression including your dress, . enced by manY things, your Sll:c::/;ee e' raen e: lOuhOm; ngeyo " his finances. They complete control over rsonal checking account as a recogm, a Pe_l., business-like money man- symbol el oruv- :, in terms of agement, You will find that it pays and in many other ways, to have a  account at this ban First National Bank Receipts .... Csh on hand March 26, 1940 ....... $ 44.7 I Anticipation Warrant goughf .......... I :050.00 Cash Received fromI.E.R.C. 6,121.00 Tran:ferred from Supervis- or's Account ....... I 0,055.04 Total Receipts ....... $17,270.75 Total Expenditures ..... $16,993.85 Balance Cash on hand March 26, 1941 ...... $ 276.90 I, A. F. Dillsver, Supervisor of Mount Pulaski Town- sMp, do hereby certify that the foreqolncj statement is true and correct as I verily believe. Witness my hand this 20th day of May, 1941. (SIGNED} A.F. DILLSAVER Subscribed and sworn to #hls 20fh day of May, A. D. 1941. DAN J. FUHRER, (SEAL) Notary Public t> k-!ar,/ J. 'l;ble. publ;sher of the T;mes-News, here- ?/ cet{t that he foreforq ,,tatement was published on the 22rid a- csf t.4a't, A. D. 1941. HARRY J. WIBLE, Publisher. STATE O= ILLINOIS } LOGAN COUNTY I SS. TOWN O1: MOUNT PULASKI I, A. F. Dlllsaver, Supervisor of said town, do hereby certify that the foreqolnq statement is true and correct, as I verily believe. W:tness my hand thls 20fh day of May, A. g. 1941. Statement of Supervlsor's Account of Mount Pulaski Township Amou,t Received .... $15,416.16 Amount Paid Out .. 12,209.59 Balance Cash on hand March 26, 1'941 ....... $ 3,206.57 . Harry J. Wble, Pubhsher o the Times-News. hereby cer';{y ;ht the {oreqclnq statement was published in the T;mes-lqews on the 22nd day of lvlay, 1941. WIBLE,