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m CHESTNUT NEWS The Young People's Sunday School class of the Chestnut Meth- odlst church, taught by Mrs. Lo- ren Kizer, held a picnic Sunday at ,Nelson park on Lake Decatur There were 25 in the group. 'Ine Local Activities division of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church ] met in the clmrclbat 2 p.nL this Thursday. The officers of the so- ciety acted as hostesses. The Ladies' Aid of Zion Luther- an church met in the church this Whursday afternoon, and those hav- ing birthdaTs during the past three months acted as hostesses, as fol- lows: MeEdames Benjamin Sohroth, Edwin Johanson, Elmer Roos, A1- TH MO k'tSKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT Charles Stall and daugtter Thekla, 1 Mrs. Raymond Koenig and faro- Miss Louise Stall of Chestnut, vnd I fly' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lakin and Mrs. Lillie Koenig and son Harold, I daughter, Harold, Xerld and Flo- at Decatur. I rence Rau. e second concert of the year ] Regrets were received from Mrs. given by the Logan County Farm{Mollie Lakin and son Donald, of Bureau band was held in Chestnut Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Norman this Thursday niglt. There are I Yauch of Peoria. more than 60 musicians enrolled in this bnd, representing all parts of the county. Several members of the Chest- nut 4-H club made a trip to Ha- varLa last Friday and attended the PIKI. OI9 THUIDAY, ATTENDING BOYS' STATE AT STATE F.IR GROUNDS Austin J. Oppermaax, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opperman living four miles east of Mount Pulaski, had taken. Mrs. Ellis Voile, lea- the highest and best er of Latham 4-H, gave a short right, title and interest said deceased had at talk nd Mabel Volle told what his death in and to the she was doing in their club work. described real estate, Joan Romer of the Mount Pulaski the county of Logan, in club told what they were doing in of Illinois, to-wit, _($l their club. Mrs. Ernest Blakeman Lots Four (4) and Fif: r. had charge of recreation. Next in Block Seven (7} lf a meeting will be held July 22 at 2: Town, now Village of  _14 o'clock with Mrs Robert Hayes ' The said sale to be m0  the following terms, t.ml TH  C-IIST.V.,  in hand on date of sale;, d#  !  o-*. u. be delivered upon approval  R J. Wayne Staley, Pastor. by the Court, said deed j Services for Sunday, July 6: made subject to all past a Youth's 4-H picnic held at the Cimco Farms. Those enjoying the outing were Edna Donnan, Nor- ma Kathryn Neuschafer, Rose- mary Van Behrens, Shirley Mae J_,akin, Dbrcas Buehler, Irma Jean i Baker, Harriet Van Thun, Donna Jean Bowles, Mary Rentschler. The girls were accompanied by vin Rentschler, Edward Ruwe, ] Mrs. Edward Van Thun, Mrs. Hen- William Opperman, Alvin Geyer. I ry W. Neuschafer and Miss Laura Corporal Junior Matheny left Evans. Sunday on his return trip to A- I Miss June Marshall is making a erdeen, Maryland, where he is sta- J vacation visit in Peoria with Mr. tioned in the army, following a :: furlough visit of ten days with his Imrents, Mr. and Mrs. John Math- en. Two days of this time he spent nar Lancsviile with his sis- ter, Mrs. Victor Maxheimer, and family. Earl Whitema of Bloomington is visiting here this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. White- man. Ma'. and Mrs. Darrell Lakin, re- cently married, departed for Chi- cago Tuesday to make a short visit with her brother, Tom Kizer, and wife, before leaving for Pat- terson, New Jersey, where he will be employed by the Wright Aer- onaotlcal Corporation. Miss Lenora Rentschler, local postmistress, came home Sunday from Niagara FalLs, New Yor. where she recently underwent a Surgical operation in the Memoria. hospital. She was met in Chicago by Mrs. Edwin Rentschler. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gardner of Milwaukee, Wis., visited here from Thursday to Sunday with her sis- ter, Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, and family. Dr. J. W. Dunn, who was form- erly located here, ca-lied on friends Monday. He spent the past several months in Georgia and Florida on account of his health. Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger was visitor Monday in Decatur. At the regular services in Zion Lutheran church Sunday morning the pastor Rev. F. W. Hein, bap- tized the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stall. Miss Louise Stall and Harold Koenig (of Decatur) were the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Stall had as dinner guests Rev. and Mrs. Hein and family, Mr. and Mrs Home... and Mrs. James McNally. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Foster, Mrs. Henry Baxter, daughter Joan, and son Dale, of Ladd, were callers recently at the home of Mrs Al- ice Israel and Mrs. Frank Laugh- ery. The following children from Chestnut attended the Learn to l Swim week sponsored by the Lo-! gan county Red Cross at Lincoln : Lakes: Kenneth Lakin, Wayne Koenig, Elwood Hein, Wallace Eb- erhardt, Darrell Richner, Eric Hein, Jr., John Noel Williams, Nornm Kathryn Neuschafer, Irma Jean tker, Donna Jean Bowles, Elsie Sally, Marilyn and Jean Wil- liams, I)oreas Buehler, Joyee Ann Laughery, Gerald Heft, Kent Laughery and Don McCann. L.KIN FAMILY REUNION HELD SUNDAY, CHESTNUT The country home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rau southeast of Chestnut was the scene of the an- nual Lakin funnily reunion last Sunday, June 29. The occasion was featured by a dinner at noon Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing and daughter of Lincoln; Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Lillich, Mr. and Mrs. GiN bert Schmidt and son, Mrs. Leora Volle, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lakin and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. Volle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Carlson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stall and family, Mr. and The Mount Pulaski THEnTRE k FRI. AND SAT. July 4 end 5 DOUBLE FEATURE Trail of the Vigilantes with Franchot Tone-Warren William Andy Devine - Mischa Auer Peqqy Moran 2nd "Meet the ghump" with Huqh Herbert  Anna Naqel and Serial The use of our Funeral Home odds no extra cost to our rea- sonable prices. ii iiiiii i SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVlCE SCHAHL Funeral Home Pkon, 23S Mo Pldodd SUNDAY AND MONDAY July 6 and 7 LUM and ABNER Famous Radio Stars in 'Dreaming Out.Loud' with Frances Lanqford - Phll Harris Frank Cravens i WED. AND THURS. July 9 and 10 "VICTORY" Sfarrinq Fredric March  Betty Field is attending Boys' State this week at the Illinois State Fair grounds in Springfield. One of his duties was to act as  constable at the voting booths. i AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent I t Six weeks till frost--heard first locust Friday. A rain at 4 o'clock I Sunday evening, cooler. L Mrs. Lauren Emery was taken from Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. Monday morning to the clinic in Chicago. Mr. Emery is staying in the city too. Mr. and Mrs. C. Peck are looking after the farm. A family reunion was held at the home of Ross Rau's Sunday. Fifty-two present for Sunday school. 31 cents birthday offering from Mrs. Hugh Stiles The Harmony Home Bureau unit met Wednesday evening, June 18, in the church basement. Mrs Win. Miller was hostess. The 4-I-I club of VJarrensburg were guests, "16 members and 14 guests. Miss McDonald, home adviser gave the lesson on "Good Grooming" The minor lesson was "Uses of Sour Cream." Roll cll was sour cream recipes. Mrs. Ernest Blakeman read a paper on "Food for De- fense." Special number was a Bible School at 9:30 am. Worship nd Meditation at 10:30 a.m. Did you miss hearing the ex- cellent solo sung last Sunday by George Pinney ? In the darkness of these times may our faith be increased In Thee and help us to understanO that the Cross is the way of life, and that only those who bear the Cross may share in Thy victories. The Upper Room Daily Devotions for the family and individual use Take one and send one to a friend i INe cordially invite you to all our services. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, SS. In the County Court of said Coun- t)'; In Probate. TITLE OF CAUSE; Charles S. Gehlbach, Administrator of the Estate of Jane Allison, Deceased, plaintiff, versus Maurie Thompson, et al, Defendants. Petition for Sale of Interest in Real Estate. No. 26129. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giv- en that by virtue of a decree of the County Court of Logan Coun- ty, Illinois, made and entered of record in the above ntitled cause on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1941 on the petition of Charles j. Gehlbach, Administrator of the Estate of Jane Allison, deceased, minor, for leave to sell the inter- est of said deceased in real estate, the said Administrator will on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1941, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the after- duet by Mabel Volle and Helen noon of said day, central standard McKinley. The 4-H leader gae an. time, at the west door of the interesting talk on their work and i County Court House in the City the of Lincoln in president of the group told of ..... the county of Logan, in one sm[e the work and shopping tour they sale and sell of Illinois, offer for -- at public vendue to current real estate taxel Deed not to be deliVer' the report of said sale is l:l by the court, said report. made within ten days o 1 t approval not to be made  11 expiration of fifteen da 1 I. sale, 1 , Dated June 17, 1941. Smith A=old Distincd00, FUNERAL AMBuLANC SERVICE HE Phone 83 or 90 TROY O. TIMM, County Surveyor, Tuscola, nlino TROY O. 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