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29, 1941 Housing..l Little..Late l Ik magazine of May heading of ,'IYefense ---Too IAttle afd Too a story of government parts of the na- five pages with The article and very interesting, and doubly so, two of the illustrations of Mount Pulaski is pic- Ryan, son of Mrs. i living on North Under the two is printed: Pe Ryan came from get a job in the i )z ; News, Vir- 1 Yard. He lived in a / wasn't able to Ryan and their sons, Skippy, until Dale opened. The Ryans a month rent. Later, clearance program, THE 0...._.. ! l ited friends here Saturday. I ment for the care of turkeys are rwg_ s S::rT:inerb:nMe:sUnStatur. 1126v0PLC:; :r'h:/rS!aiLrtti laasG " Igive up theitr place i :ran Phillips of Lincoln waslroom ta=lpmeett:ftol:aOis:5 ! here on business Wednesday. iMrs. Thorn e p -- when B. H. Keck of Mount Pulaski was  tuKeys tins year =llu mma00P here on business Wednesday. " Dr. O. I Zelle of Springfield was here an business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Green moved to Mount Pulaski Thursday from southeast of town here. He has work in Decatur. Mell oat, state Bee Inspector, inspected bees at the Koehlar Bee i Industry Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ace Greer of Pan- . a was here on business Saturday. !l KENNEY =' Thanksgiving time arrives the turkeys this year  when pounds. The Gratian Organ builders be- gan production in the local fctory this week. At present they are working on an organ for the Gib- son City Methodist Church. The center ground floor of the Rybolt building will be used as a factory until the second floor is remodeled for factory use. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Keavp and son FrarLklin and Mrs. Cora Ry- bolt left early Thursday morning for Camp Croft, Spartansburg, South Carolina, where they will MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent I visit Private Donald Kemp for a 1 - .11 / few days. oma Turkey Farm / ....... - Th ...... | Twenty million trees have been ]FcelveS Flrs m_ ___ |planted this spring DI Illinois on be lower through the aid he Kern Polano unma uarm,! subsidy. -- ! Monday where he had a growth re- T P n t 20 000 acres of idle land. than most defense I Zelle and Mrs. Lee Denison- under the guidance of the late  the Ryans have a decent Mr. and Mrs. Welby Moore and moved from his eye by Dr. Bald- which became nationally know | ' , - i co tc wlil '" ' " gi " "" " " 7I" "" " /I Turns to Permanents I omf;::nl:t e h ' d:ughte:t :u7:y :tdi::%oWn bYh i m y. wdhamsvflle e :Kynns?hO:ghgh/I Fem:nlne Wodd :d h? relhO J:atMn ntinue living in crowded i "' p ........ Meadows ! vis . .. lrnk smith have the efforts of .- "|| This is the time of year when [ houses and barracks, in her sister, Mrs. x=: ..... ore. 1 Mr. ann  ..... _ --qe he ter Mrs Carrie Tnomas. in slu00, 00til the t II planing to have a new pe00-I and family. Ray .etersu- = [moved their trailer ney?Aw: is a [ lIrs. Thomas, who is probably/I women all over the country al'e| ll0USing shortage is rne- ]panied them- . -- is busy on the nara rua. ::^te r I the best woman authority on Pol- I[ nent. ., / Mr and Mrs. James AnaersonuL  slmulder boss on the Joo-''n i ond China Hogs, has also includ- I| You will find "VIM AND FJ['I a better idea of what| _,, called at the home ox aJ- i *-iler arrived sunaay, x.,:l  the American emblem of i] TALITY" in our superior meth- 1 'vernment housing is all[ ':'::- - .... ,iatt sundaY. Mr..I'__ -yes in it is working pu,- t  '_'_" ...... 'n her studies and I ods of permanent Waving. / ae ........... ,l oi ann LCU ..... : -- - ,,-,burg wuo - - r u on tne|'rnang .....  * " " ![ Phone 871 l [ t_-utua nave  m*,, - I and Mrs. O. I piatt oz '  [ the black center m=  I adonted the broad-breasted (a lot -o and read it. I ,ere also callers. !slab. . een ; of white meat) bronze turkeys as '------_____  Herbert swift's tent shoW. ar" I Several from here nafe :ki!he r major project, i BOBBLE BEAUTY SHOP ,J Mrs. Ruby IKe " in Lake Fork sunday or a!callers in Lincoln, Mun ' t i Modern structures and equip- Over Kresge's Lincm| LAKE ORK !rved '-hi stand--Monday, Tues-, atur and springnem '= v--- i *l --- __ I tnree-m Dec I  - I . -- ]day and wednesday. " St week. . and ! ItS. HARRY PIAT[ I Mr. and Mrs. McCaskiile OX Mr. and Mrs. walter Mamey C-rrespondent I Loui. called on Mrs. Alice MAle- Maggie Bohn sun- son Dean and wife of Lincoln via- ham and Mrs. day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd King and fazmly of Oriane Ill. spent S un day with his sister, Mrs. Lawrence h Pug Mrs. Alice Mileham, Mrs. Mag- gie Bohn spent sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mileham west of ted relatives here SundaY- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keehlar and )aby and relatives all of spring- field visited relatives here sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. AttWOOd of Cornland Visited here sunday af- ternoom Miss Mable coats who works in Cornland visited relatives here Aid met in their on Thursday after- with 17 members and visit- Mrs. Herman Bohn Charles Manley were After the business meet- Was served of sandwich- alad, lemonade and the village. - Manley sunday. harlie Davis of "'lorence Stults of Elkhart Mr. and Mrs. charles. _a. and Mr. and Mrs.  .... here this at the homes of Mrs. I I had quite a number ot:tninner cornland visited tlne and Mrs. Harry Piatt on relatives in for a POi n all at-week. - who has been sick 'Y afternoon I S ,,a,- In the aftern I Fred Fuiten " n rn. = " _ I ..... " -'-- at steenbergen f --^ time is now getting alog -$e Febus, Mrs. l-larry I tended decorauu- | for sore= I-Ierumm Bohn, Mrs. !cemetery. 1  ter his operatiom -- - tle Bryant ands fin af trvn and Mike and were Springfiela Mr and Mrs. u - sat-I How .... . to peoria on , " . ri u ar wen . ' W were n SP n. ._- ! t-torold Koel'Ll _ day_ - I son, J. .. ^ ,=hter Helen, wnu ! - ..... tri sundaY. . ^, aur, Fuiten Mrs Earl night. Their u*-v ..... lativesla asnm E .. = coats - three ch.00en spent'had spent the w00ek wT, th the00 1 Mr relatives at the home of Mr. and there, returned home w*a P W. ] springfiem ....... I Mrs. Claude BuclUes a- Pugh. Laura Fuiten attended the I Buckles spent Monday afternoon i sundaY- of uet in L,in- with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Frazier night of last! Elner Foster. Her father re- i Mount pulaski visited here sun- day. vii- one night. Harold Laatsoh went to Lincoln  Harvey sudduth of Decatur ryson was shopping! Thursday of last week. and Mrs. Roy Moore spent in SPringfield and called of Dr. and Mrs. O. Cash Prices PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE "--CALL-- Service Station -- Phone 44 CHARGES GOFF FUNERAL HOME 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234  of the best hours of life are spent in happy ; M'Y. - ithout them the past would lie - memories. IiI1 withered and desolate. .L memory of a loved "l I / ..... serve and to honor u,.. a "rivilese that 1 ! ! . o V-  - "" of the livang r . _ 'L ' one is the pravuegc ..!_ _ *ure knowledge ol me I]lfil m -ust be accepted wm o  m . "nvolved. esvonsiNhty  - --^-al craftsman- We arc exp .... =ce we can  ; ..  touau_,l shi owcver small me p" ' ,..W,n, tvoucallonuSt H , ,, -- -1 P" -':-n and honest umu thetie eonslctcra" LINCOLN MONUMENT CO. 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