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C. Gruber was hos- Ace High Bridge Club afternoon, June 20. Were awarded to Mrs. Mrs. tGlenn Ogles- Chauncey E. Glose. Will be entertained next JUNE $6, 1941  MOUNT  [ItNEW MOr a two months' vacation stay, I]I _ ..... Dne;ztrtlt where their address will be 104{JUT][||;! i[fL, is S West Redonda Blvd. Mrs. Mac-l I -  -- - Do.ell is a tive of Mount PUl-{ aaet t.jraauate aski, being a sister of Mrs. Mary Aid Society of St. Langenbalm, George and John church will meet Bender. P.m. Thursday, July 3, at Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Goodpas- Mrs. Herman Hahn on ture and family of Kenney, visit- street, led here last Thursday evening evening of Wednesday, i with her sister, Mrs. Ab. Huston. members of the Mar- i { Club were entertain- SHRINE VISITORS and Mrs. Louis F. Sams. { J. Smith, Miss Anna it ]Mf. Waflter A. Schafer, I ham Lincoln Memorial Shrm { . Wagner and William i since Wednesday, June 18: The next host and hos-{ Van Wert, O.--Warren Manley. be Mr. and Mrs. Ottmar{ New Haven, Conn.--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DuVivier and son, Workers of St. I Edwin. church will meet I Boston, Mass.Lorena Bell. Wednesday July 2, with{ Los Angeles, Cal.DorothY - Weller at'her home on]sclnidt. Cadet James I Scroggin, son street. - [ Dee Moines, low--W. H. Fones. o f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Scrog- Legion Auxiliary From Illinois: gin, of Horton, Kawas, was one a special meeting at 2:30 of 77 graduates of the Western June 30 at the home Springfield--Dr. Harry E. Pratt, Military Academy a Alton, Ill., Cecil Buckles southwest Mrs. Sheridan Messinger, Mr. and who received diplomas on June 9. When the annual elec- Mrs. Horace A. Messinger. .The Serogg in family .foT::lyli:; ers will be held. { Williamsville---Mrs. R. E. Kohl. {ed one and a half mxleS _ JR Curry of the Schah! I Mrs. Harold Hickey and son JameS{Mount pulaskh JaSchT= ,me was in Clinton Sun-{Walter. _ . __ I born. They m7of ,-ears ago, lOon and attended the { Elkhart--Forrest E. Lantermaax. { Kansas, m num of a relative rs Fred Grant Park--Mary and Thelma and later to Horton. .. - . , M . [ ..... oin was cons,aerea also stopped in Beason { Deavers. ..- -{ Caae  b, -thletes at the parents. Mr and Mrs Marine--Richard snm. {one of the top  . _ Curry_. " " " Chicago---Mrs Roy Greene, Elma Academy. For two years ne .was -- Smith.  a mainsta on the W. M. A. oot- Decatur--Bobby Sullivan. ball, basketball and track teams. Latham--Ferril Buckles, Paul Last fall he was blocking halfback C. Buckles. Chestnut--Rosetta Riedle. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Walter t Tomlinson, Mrs. Janes Creager, ad captain of the cadet grid eleven, which won the A. B. C. League championship of the St. {Louis area. He was a guard on the Morrell De{bert. i Oherles carter, Dale O'Bryen. basketball quintet, and during the A. Schwoerer and I spring in track he set a new dis- ...... , AMILY cu record of 134 f.eet, and vnt. returned Saturday fol-[ vaa a,,- -- -- .... , i  the snotpu ew- Week s visit in St. Louis, { ' In atilt{on, - her daughters Misses[ SUNDAY IN HAMILTON {parucl_p?, ,^ won the school Mrs Harry Rule and son George : . ._,-h+ xing title. Scrng- and Rosemary, and a {and Miss Virginia stuart of this n eav3v,5tiined a satiMact- Mac Druhe. They were{m t , Mrs. Jane Nimmo of spring- gin  _ litsrv ad school home by Mrs. Druhe . y .... A,* oehlbacn cry raung ield, Mr. ann mrs. , Rosemary Schwoerer, of Lincoln, made an auto trip last work. of Whom returned to St. evening where she Mrs. Harold Tendick Children, Harold, Jr., Flwin, Mr. and Mrs. Hahn, daughters Mary Carmen Kay, and Miss made a trip Sun- Prk, Bloomington, enjoyed a picnic din- the band con- Baker, daughter Baker, who gradu- (Lrlass of 1941 of the Sunday to Hamilton, where they visited friends, Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Reese and children, Patsy Ann and Lorena Dale, and Mrs. Reese's mother, Mrs. Lucy Burley. The' en- tire group enjoyed a picnic din- ner on the bank of the Mississippi river. During the afternoon they took a picturesque trip up the river roa to Nauvoo, then across the river to Fort Madison, Iowa, and back through Keokuk, stoP- ping at the beautiful park there. IA3AN SUPFAINTEID EN"r School, is now tk- ON EASTERN TRIP E. H. Lukenbill of Lincoln, su- course of study in studying comptomet-I )erintendent of the Logan county Saturday and SUn-school ' departed from the county home here. Talmage left Sun- for St. Charles, Mo., on account of the of her brother-in-la, E. | ]M[PS. C. H. Leckbee and made an auto trip he western part of the in Mendon with his C. Leckbee, and In her mother, Mrs. L. M. seat Sur?day for Boston, Mass., to attend the annual convention of the National Education Associo- tion. His mother, Mrs. Leorah Lukenbill, 82, of Clinton, accom- panied him ae far as convoy, O. to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Buckles, formerly of Iatham. While on his eastern trip Mr. Lukenbill will visit in washing- ton, D. C. and other points of in- terest. TENNESSEE pEOPLE TO HOIAD REUNION Former residents of Tennessee now living in various parts of Cen- tral Illinois, will hold a picnic on sunday, July 6, in Crystal Lake park, Urbana. Following a basket dinner at noon, there will be vsw- ious forms of entertainment- A large crowd is expected, and a number expect to attend from Mount pulaski and vicinity. LF_J)NAIlJD FAMILY IN" MORTON sUNDAY The pearson" Shows, well known to Mount pulaskians, and owned by Mrs. Kate Pearson of Ramsey, is the carnival attraction in Mor- We Are A Walgreen Stere slt Us Wlwa in Lincoln FEgERBACHEIrS Lincoln  pulasKI St. Mrs. Claude Buckles Pringfield Sunday with aunt, Mr. and Mrs. MacDonnell and son live at 715 Eleventh Colorado, have Calif., to make =E BONDED GAS BEST BY TEST 6-gal. Regehr $1.00 OIL GREASE KEROSENE 10c OF ALL KINDS SERVICE G0. , lXAJOI PAGE ton this week. On account of I NOTICE OF iIEARING members of the Leonard family] ON FINAL ACOUN being with the carnival, they met State of Illinois, County of Logan, . dlSS. there Sunday for a reunmn an In the County Ort of Md (- dinner, ty; In Probate. Included in the group were Mr. IN RE: Estate of le J. and Mrs. Jeff O. Leonard (par- ents) and Mrs. Frances Mann of PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby .,'+ :,],. Mr and Mrs [that on the 17th day of June ............. -- " - '  D 1941 the undersigned, G. A. Morton Leonard, sons Dean ano {Volle, filed In the above court hiS Jean (twins) and Billy, MiSS Mag- final account of his act and do- dlene House, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parson and two children, of Pe- oria; Mrs. Kate Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Leonard, Powell Leon- ard, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hatfield, daughter Verna Mae, sons Rich- ard and Leonard, with the carni- val company. FORMER MOUNT PULASdKIAN MARRIED LN SPRINGFIEI2D Monsignor M. O. Tarrent pro- nounced the vows at 6:45 a.m. Friday, June 20, in the Blessed Sacrament church in Springfield chich united in marriage Miss Pauline Marie Raleigh, 2012 South Fourth street, ad Pierron Robert Leer, 2129 South State street, Springfield. " Miss Dolores Raleigh and Miss Kathleen Raleigh, sisters of the bride, were her attendants, Har- old Sellers acted as best man, and {John Gleason  groomsman. All are residents of Springfield. A wedding breakfast was serv- ed in the Hotel Abrahem Lincoln, after which the couple departed for Washington, D. C. to reside. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Leef, who lived in Mount Pulaski  number of years when his father was em- ployed in the interlocking tower at the Illinois Central railroad junction. Pierron spent most of his school days in Mount, pulaski. The family moved from this city to Sprinfffleld. ings as Administrator of the - tate of Flossie J. Roos, deceased, praying for an approval of and his final and complete di charge from all further duties and responsibilities as such admint trator and that a hearing thereon has been set by said court for the 14th day of July, A. D. 1941, at the hour of ten o'clock a. rra, in the court rooxn of said court, in the court house of said county of Logan, in Lincoln, Illinois. Any objections to said account mut he filed in said court on or before said time. G.A. VCK,, Administrator of the Estate of Flossie J. Boos, decease Dated June 17, 1941. Smith & Arnold, Attorneys ...... R. D. 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