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i: f "i  i  , Would Operate I" Bus on Route 1611 COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent T MOUNT F.AKI TIMES-NEV. MOUNT Mr. and Mrs. Louis q3ellatti and i Gordon Bobell spent Sunday at i Rome with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keck and Herbert Bobell. J The Champion Coach Lines Inc., , filed an application with tl! 118 attended Sunday School Illinois Commerce Commission for iad a good crowd attended Bas- a certificate of convenience and  - " inds of I ket Meeting. Rev. Virgil H necessity for the operation of bUS IManhattan ' Kansas, delivered the lines between Champaign and Ma- I sermon in the morning. Everyone son City through Lincoln and lenjoyed the fellowship and dinner from Clinton to Springfield I at noon. In the afternoon Rev. through Logan County towns. Under the application, the firm's CImmpaign-Mason City route would follow Route 10 and pass through Lincoln on North McLean atreet to Broadway, down Broad- way to North Union, and North Union to the highway then on throug Burtonview and New Hol- land. Midland City and Beason re designated as off-route points. The other route would go thru Kenney and Chestnut and thru Mount Pulaski on the highway to Morgan street, west on Morgan to Vine, south on Vine to Cooke, west on Cooke to Washington, north on Washington to Jeffer- son, west on Jefferson to Spring, south on :Spring to the highveay and thence through Lake Fork, Cornland and Buffalo Hart. Staley of Mount Pulaski led the singing, Rev. Hargrove of Lincoln delivered a very good sermon, Robert Jones, George and Clar- ence Bowers and Frank Turley sang two songs, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Turley, and Rev. Hooe of Illiopolis dismissed the congre- gation with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kuster- er and daughters spent Sunday evening with Sam Green and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shell- hammer were shoppers in Decatur Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and Marion and J. Lee spent Sunday afternoon with Mx. and Mrs. Al- bert Knudson and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Musser had as guests Sunday Mrs. Ross Tyoutman, Mrs. Russell Baer and sons Russell, Ernest, Donald Painsville of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Musser of Macon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. "Troutman and grandson, Howard Groff, and Wm. Jones, Harristown, Mrs. Eznma Faucett of Warrensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Musser and son. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hild and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kusterer and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Bud French and Mr. and Mrs. Louie French spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dirks. Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond and Mark and Charles and Bobby Hickman spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Chrissie Earfloe. Mrs. Anna Marshall of Decatur spent the weekend at her cousin's, Mrs. Clarence Bowers. Duane Copeland spent with Johnny Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woods son Eles went to Maroa Sunday to attend the funeral of her sis- ter-in-law, Mrs. O. L. Gandy. Chancy Allison of Latham spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Orey and Jessie May of Decatur spent Fri- day and Saturday with Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar poffenbarger. CatherineMcCain Miss Catherine McCain, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Me- Cain, of Beason vicinity, and Frank Grussing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ienhart Grussing, of Harts- burg, were united in marriage at 2:30 p. m. Sunda, June 22, 1941, in %he parsonage of St. John's Ev. Lutheran church in Lincoln, the double ring ceremony being performed by Rev. J. A. Hoefer. The attendants were Mrs. Ben Aer of Hartsburg, sister of the bride, and Bernard G-ussing, also f Hartsburg, brother of the bride- groom. The bride was dressed in sheer navy blue, with white accessories, and wore a corsage of gardenias. The bride's attendant wore pink, with white accessories, and had a corsage of pink carnations and delphiniu. , The newlyweds will live on a farm in the Beason community. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. Elizabeth McCain of Mount Pulaski. NOTICE Any shooting of firecrackers within the city limits of Mount Pulaski will be prohibited except- 'ln g2n Thursday and Friday, July 3and 4th. ATTENTION FARMERS Don't take a chance on Iosinq your crops by fire. The cost is small. Protect your crops now. SEE E. A. DOWNING MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. PHONE 13 OR 17 "Back Again, Home Town" Comedy Drama by Group of Well Known Lincoln Players FRIDAY, JUNE 27 Juliet Myers Is Wed in Chicago Miss Juliet Myers, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Julius Myers, Clin- ton, was married to Henry Joseph of Chicago Sunday night, June 22. Rabbi Morton Bcrinau officiated and one hundred guests witnessed I the ceremony at the home of Mr.l and Mrs. Edwin Myers, 6736 Con-I stance avenue, Chicago. Harold 1 Rosin and Dorotly cornfield sang, I "At Dawning" and "I Love You I PULASKI. OI If feeder pigs are [ Mrs. Joseph chose a navy blue ........ I sheer redingote for going away. patnologmts say o , I arate from the rest atTheir honeymoon i11 be spent'leas t until it is evident Denver and Colorado Springs. of them are going to "Don't Feed Betsy." The four- year-old glamour girl's parents hung that sign around her neck and even advertise! in the paper, because everybody in town kept giving her candy till her health was endangered. Read about her unique "candy-magnetism", and wliy nobody can resist it, as told in the .erican ,eckly, the mag- azine distributed with next week's Sunday Chicago Herald-Aznerlcan. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Truly." i 'xte of Illinois, County of Logan, Mendelssohn's music signalled [ sa. *he approach of the bride and was [ In the County Court of said Coun- " . , I ty" In Probate. followed bY Lohengr|n s Wedding I I]N RE Esta of 'lla4rn te - March. During the ceremony net, . "Traumerei" was played. ] The undersigned Administrator of  Estate of William Milner, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and hav- ing duly qualified, hereby girds public notice that the first Mon- day of August, A. D. 1941, the same being the 4th day of said month, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that I claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date with- but issuance of summons. JOHN MN_aUgR, Administrator. Srdith & Arnold, Attorneys. The bride wore a white cliffon dress qth lace bodice. She car- ried white orchids and a white prater book..Miss Hermien Myers -was her sister's only attendant. She wore blue and carried a bou- quet of pink sweettmart roses. Herbert Joseph, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception followed the wed- ding. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern and Mrs. Myrtle Campbell of Clin- ton atended. FUN SER A SERVICE HI Phone 83 or 90 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY June 27 and 28 Any Hour CATSUP .. MARSHMALLOWS ..... lb. Any Hour Kidney BEANS No. 2 MILK tall cans ........ 4 for CARNATION, tall cans 14-oz. IOc 14c 10c 27c 3 for 24c CANNING SUPPLIES Pen-Jel 2 for 21c 4-H Jar Rubbers 3-14c Parowax lb. 12o SANI-FLUSH ......... 2 for 35c OXYDOL ... 21c; small, 2 for 19c JELLO .............. 3 for 13c KIX, with Marmalade jar, 2 for 21c ANY HOUR COFFEE 3 Ibs. 41 c ICED TEA l-lb. 39c Any Hour PEACHES 2 No. 21/2 37c P & G SOAP ........ 6 bars 25c Fort Howard TOILET TISSUE, 4 23c Armour PORK & BEANS .... 10c Swansdown Cake Flour Staley's CUBE STARCH 2 Sandwich COOKIES .. 2 Ibs.: CLIMALENE (with towel free) HAPPY HOUR LYE .... 3 for Brown or Powd. SUGAR 2 Ibs. Paper Plates Paper Napkins WAX-RITE ............. pt. Johnson's LIQUID WAX WHEATIES ........ 2 CORN .................. PEAS ................... Grapefruit Juice, No. 2, 3 for Larcje ............... -, Sweet PICKLES ........ " Dill PICKLES ........... qt. SUGAR (PURE CANE) lO-Ibs. Brainerd Park  Lincoln A Chautauqua Proqram Admission 35c Curtain 8 P. M. ZIMMERMANN GROCER PHONE 100 , WE