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f tHE MOUNT PULASrV TIMES . NEWS. MOUNT PULAS] --CHURCHES-- I St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor t Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine worship at 10:30 a.m. Miss Margaret Ann Shively will play a clarinet solo, "Scene and Air." by Bergson. A cordial invitation to all ! St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Sunday, June 3, marks the be- ginning of the summer schedule. Mass will be held at 9 a.m. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH JUDGE G. W. BRISTOW SUPREME COURT CANDIDATE, JUNE 4 Judge George W. Bristow of Paris, whose ability has been proved in 24 years on the bench, heads the Republican ticket that will be before the voters of this county at a judicial election next Monday, June 4th. As he closed a vigorous cam- paign for election to the Illinois Supreme Court, he appealed to voters to make the most of this opportunity to pass judgment on government and determine its future. Selection of a Supreme court Robert Wilkes, Minister Justice is a privilege afforded i Bible School 9:30 a.m. voters only once every nine I Worship service 10:35 a.m. years. The.justice selected Mon-[ Junior and Senior Christian En- day will be one of seven mem-[ deavor 6:30 p.m. bets of the state's highest court, ] Evening services at 7:30. who will make decisions vitally j Mid-week Prayer and Bible study Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. affecting lives, liberties and pro- Let us make the joy of the perty of every citizen. Judge Bristow was nominated by Republicans because he was considered the strongest candi- date they could offer in this im- portant election. His judicial record has the endorsement of Lawyers and judges of both political parties. He has urged voters to ask their own lawyer about it. Early in his career, he was state's attorney of Edgar county. Since 1927 Judge Bristow has presided over the circuit court, the trial court for most of the eases that reach the Supreme court. For the past nine years he has been a judge of the Appellate court, the training ground for the Supreme court. Lord to be as it should and at- tend church each Lord's day. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev.. Edwin L. Groenhoff, Pastor Sunday School--10:00 a.m. Worship service--11:00 a.m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meet- ing--7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir and Orchestra practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hoffman, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class- es at 9 a.m. Divine worship 10 a.m. You are always welcome at our services, THE METHODIST CHURCH i begin Monday morning, June 4, and will conclude Saturday, June 9. Time, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Francis Myrick is superintendent. Plan to attend. You are cordially invited to all our services. He has based his dampaign thl'oughout the 16-county district assignment to the Officer Candi- date School at Newport, R. I. He left for Chicago last Thurs- day, and on Saturday enlisted as Officer Candidate in the U. S. Naval Reserve, and departed im- mediately for Newport. Edward is a graduate of the BirrJtsDAT SUPPER SERVED EDWARD L. CURTIS AT Heron XOXE OFFICER CANDIDATE A supper was given recently Edward Lester Curtis, son of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curtis, liv- i Hward Horn, near the southeast ing south of the city, was notified corner of the city, honoring Geo. May 1st by the Bureau of Naval leseke, Sr., and Mr. Horn, their birthday anniversaries coming on Personnel, Washington, D. C., the same day. The supper also that he had been selected for honored Lloyd E. Gieseke, sea. Mount Pulaski township high school, and in June of 1950 re- ceived a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the U. of I. The past school year he did graduate work toward a Master's degree, at the U. of I. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Genevieve L. Maus to Stewart W. Reeves et ux, lt 1, block 6, in the original town of Latham. Winnifred Lucas and Leigh W. i Lucas. to Carl Patternon, et ux, lots 45 and 46 in Obermiller's Pulaski Heights addition to the city of Mount Pulaski, except the underlying coal and the right to mine and remove same. Zolla Hukill, et ux, to Jessie Emery and Reva Emery, lots 3 and 4. in Hukill's sub-division of block 9, in Turley's 4th addi- tion to the City of Mount Pulaski. Zolla Hukill, et ux, to Wilna Streenz and Everett Streenz, lots 1 and 2 in Hukill's sub-division of block 9, in Turley's 4th addi- tion to the City of Mount Pulaski. on the theme that his record of 24 :years on the higher courts has qualified him for election to the : state's supreme bench. :: .... Voters of this county also wil elect three circuit judges. Poll will be open in every precinct Monday, June 4. GETRER AT CARLTLE CIFAETERY SUNDAY, /NE 3 Relatives and friends who have loved ones buried in the Carlyle cemetery, four miles west of Mr. Pulaski, will assemble in the cemetery Sunday afternoon, June l 3 to decorate the graves of vet- erans and members of their fami- lies. No planned program has been ararnged. Lmdemlflp implies knowing where you want to go, how you plan to get there, and how you will help your associates to ad- it concerns this city, effective vance with you.--Selected. Sunday, May 20. Following is the - n'ew schedule: To Peoria--9:20 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. To Decatur12:10 p. m. and 4:05 p. m. Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor I N O T I C E Sunday School at 9 A.M. The Board of Supervisors of Worship Service at 10 A.M. Logan County will meet at the At the worship hour we will Court House in Lincoln, Monday, have the installation of officers I June 11, 1951 for the transaction of the Senior and Junior WSCSiof business and the payment of for the ensuing year. I bills. All bills must be filed in . Fol!owing the installation we i the office of the County Clerk be- wm nave communion erviee. fore noon Saturday, June 9th in Please note the change in time. [ order to be allowed at this meet- Our Vacation Bible School wil ing. OFA 11 DO6 NOr Iml IN TNE  SLIGHT CHANGES MADE IN BUS SCHEDULES The Illinois Highway Trans. Co., giving bus serv- ice from Peoria to Decatur, thru, Mount Pulaski, has made a slight change in bus schedule as Claude C. Tull, County Clerk ! NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of Frank Bell, late of the Township of Elkhart, in Logan County, in the State of Illinois, U.S.A. Gentleman. deceased. All claims against the above[ estate, duly verified by Statutory[ Declaration and with particulars] and valuation of security held, if [ any, must be sent to the under-| signed before the 10th day of[ July, 1951. Durie. Waleling & Reynolds Barristers and Solicitors , Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Solicitors for M. B. ,Executor. # # man lie, who was home on a leave from the Navy. Those in attendance were:- Boston, Mass.: Lloyd Gteseke. , Decatur: Donna Pitchert. Elkhart: Mr. and Mrs. George Gieseke Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Gieseke, Georgeann, Grace lttlff00 " .. and a record-book that accounts for every penny you spend... Each check when cancelled is a legal receipt, too... So why take chances with cash? Open a Checking Account at this Bank--soon! We'd liko to plcmt this one thought: Women find In. gsum's a real help to them, bocause of their fine merchcm. disc and values. I I11 Sponges Are Not Plants They are one of the lowest Darms of animal life, belong- ing to the phylum, Porifera. L "Encyclopedia Britannica"- llth Edition. 2. "International Encyclopedia." 3. "Bacteriol- ." - W. E. Carnegie Dick. sbn, M.D., B. Sc. The First National Bank THUs_AY, and Norma Jean Marvin Gordon. Mount Pulaski: . Alfred Maxheimer Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. and Fred Horn. Phone US From where I sit.. Jy Joe Just "Can't Get Easy's Fence Few years ago, Easy Roberts took a lot of kidding when he planted that hedge of Multiflora roses -- along ida property line. Folks said he was getting pretty high-falutin'. But today plenty of people who laughed at the idea slow down when they drive by Easy's place --just to look at those roses. Most beautiful sight you ever saw. Practical, too! The hedge is a good :four foot high now, arid at least five foot thick--even a shoat couldn't get through that prickly mass of shrubbery. Best of all, it cost less than (Might be well worth looking into.) From where I Mr, sense in looking down' thing just because it'm from what we like. For some people think ede's the best hot day. Some of us have a glass of beer. taat thing is not to selves in" against other ideas and preferences. Copyright, 1951, ,00The new FrJgJdsire Nowl Do heavy shopping onc --on days when stores aren't crowded --thanks to Frigidaire'e extra capacity and SAFE Cold. 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