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&amp; 1941 visiting and regist- the past week at the Memorial Shrine county court house in the Mount Pul- Public square, was Pierce of Washington nt his boyhood days Pttlaski, and received in that historic Learning the print- he left for Peoria as a WOrked there for a also in Chicago, and for f Years has been em- At present an extended stay in his daughter, and for Weeks, accompanied visited here with his Anna Felts, and niece, Mr. and Mrs. to return to the na- in August. and Mrs. on Friday evening July 11, be- tween 7 and 8 o'clock, and wilt touch at Iceland, England, Swit-- zerland, China, South America, Mexico, Havaii, returning to the good old U. S. A. No one need be hungry or thirsty on this tour, for refreshments will be available at the different ports. Theft will be cold drinks, sandwiches, pie, cake, ice cream, and other good things. We guarantee that no sub- marine will sink us, and that no one will become sea sick. Expenses will be very reasonable. The chil- dren are not forgotten, for a spec- HOIDIJ I TIIqE% MOITIJE  IIJblNOl Rhoda Veech, Wanda Green, D. B., 1 or will be kept at the Sheriff's of- I NOTICE FOR BIDS NOTICWE OF PUBLIC HEARING McCoy, Percy Kepner Olive Kep-[ rice in Lincoln and will be avail-| The Latham Communit- High .......... ' ! ......... l x , otice m nerev given ny one ner. [ able ror tne immeatate xree use ot [ School, Latham, Illinois, will re- Board of Education of School Dis- -- /all ogan County residents, when ceive sealed bids for the construc- trict No. 33 in the County of Lo- TRIP AROUND THE WORLD an where n eded. tion of a one story bric_ Farm ........... "" d e I ............ gan ave ol luinois that a ten- I aecnanics uilain z' vy a#J' oy .' ' . AT COPELAND CHURCH I The campaign is in charge of]l.,, ,ntH g'00 o'clgock P M CST tative budget and appr0prmtion ' ' .......... 41 b oroinance zor said cnool l)istmct ....... J the following County Council offi-ion the 10th day of July 19 , y .... a" e - "nnin -ul- ome 'rienus ann salt wtn us j .... ur, -o,., p.,,v,r Pros - the undersigned Clerk of the Ior tne rise i y ar oegl g J y on a "No Worry Tour" of many[. '" :"'..--_.'-J'" --=,-.-'__" ---_-" Board of Education of said High j 1st, 1941, will be.on.fi/e and con- .... | ,Tancla . rown, vlv r.; o^^ ..... ..  office La I venientiy availaole to puolic in- nations. The United staves . . ! ............... ,,__ o., ,.  -,o , - .... ........... |2vlxs. Tnomaa rnemn Lrea. r. tham linois and a meeting" of s ecbon at the Frst National "ious o l,n will leave port from Vera Pierce, Sec.  said Board vill be held at the ] Pank from and after 9 o'clock a. Copeland Christian church six j miles southwest of Mount Pulaski, The auxiliary wishes it under- High School Building, Latham I1- tm.. 3rd day of July, 1941, at linois, where all bids will be open- Mount Pulaski Illinois, in this stood that this is in no way to be ed and read. School District. Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said bud- considered a request for donations. A l 1 material. (except steel Bonded represenatives register- beams and other items excepted from specLfications)together with lget and appropriation ordinance ed at the Sheriff's office, carrying abor necessary for the proper con- I will be held at 6:30 p. m, the 11th letters of introduction and identi- struction and completion of the day of July, 1941, at Mount Pulas- fication, signed by the Council oflfi- building shown and described on 1 ki Grade School in the School Dis- cers will call on all residents of plans, drawings and in specifica-]trict No. 33. the county and explain the plan. tions now in the office of the un- t Dated this 3rd day of July, 1941. dersigned Clerk at Beall Grain! The Auxiliary hopes the plan c- .tha-- Illin"- shal' be ro- BOARD OF EDUCATION OF will meet with the approval and vided by the successful bidder ] .u  . . cooperation of residents of the who will be required to furnish a In the County of Logan, satisfactory performance bond in I State of Illinois. , county. the full amount of the bid. [ By C. M. Merriman, Bidders must specify in the pro- Secretary. COMMERCIAL STUDENTS ] osal that should the work be CAN RECEIVE AWARDS j awarded to them they will bind ............................ 7-- ............. themselves to furnish and corn- The commerical students of tae, plete the building by September 1, Ask For 336 l ial corner on the ship will be pro- M t Pulaski township high ::e;::::;;:: OhioNormaL f : f : D. C. -- Harvey I " ed t by any " store. [penny or a 5 cent piece. The i port holes will be open, cool ]breezes will be floating in (maybe) so come spend a pleasant evening iwith friends and neighbors at te Copeland Christian church on Fri- day evening, July 11, on the "Trip Around the World," sponsored by the Ladies Aid Society of the chureh. BEASON STOCKHOLDERS GET TEN pNT Charles M. Colburn of Beason, shareholders agent of the First National Bank of Beason, Tuesday distributed 10 per cent dividend checks to stockholders. This dis- tribution gives them more than half of. the par value of their bani< r KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent =i _________ll Kermey was represented at the Junior Fat Lamb show at Spring- field Stock Yards Saturday by en- tries by Robert Brady, whose lambs in the individual showing p]aced 29th with 110 entries. In pens of three he placed 22nd in a field of 59. HIS lambs sold to the Leland Hotel at 15 cents a pound. The champion lavnb sold at $1.31 per pound. He was accompanied stock, and the liquidation is not yet completed. This settlement is significant in asmuch as the bank was one of those not permitted to reopen after the moratorium. Since the depositors received their monies full, stock assessments were re- turned, receivership costs were I paid and shareholders have been reimbursed as indicated above. RESUSCITATOR O][ OF LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion Auxiliary by his brother, Richard, hiS father, "Jack" and by the Agriculture in- structor, claude Nelson. Local 4-H Club boys attende ]the Youth Day exercises a the Cimco turkey farm northwest of # Mason City Friday, In a letter received from RUssell Smitl this week by his parents, expresses the belief that he will soon be transferred from Camp Croft, South Caroline, to another camp probably in Tennessee. He stated that 800 more men arrived in camp the, evening before this letter was written. The camp ts is now conducting a campaign not filled up yet and more new throughout Logan County to raise quarters are being builL funds for the urchase of a resus- ! citator, a Ph needed piece of Byrl BalleT, Kenneth Goodpa- life saving equipment as their ture and Ray Frerricks left Wed- community service objective, nesday for Mattoon, wlre they When purchased the resuscitat- entered a N. Y. A. trade school. Mich--Alecia Kos- Hinton. Calif.--Mr. and Mrs. Calh.--Mr. and Mrs. C. Fletcher. N. Schrender, I. T. Robert Lyon. Brachear. Br, achear, Myrtle Marsha'll. E. Griffin. Mrs. Lawrence J. Donovan, Norna Green. Keller. Holmes. Bertha Leckel. Gulso. Lou Danner. Kindred, Mr. Denzer. and Mrs. Don L. B. and Georgie B. Ellen Lu- Doris Munyo, Otto Knauer, Mr. merts, Betty Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Aa Air-Tired Wogou built to do your ever1 f' Iorm hauling job better with leea effort. The NL'W IDEA Air-Tired Wogoa penmita r smooe, wm  any style wheels msd it Comtructed to oi trouble-free Im. It m: N.W. Cur. Sq. and Sundays 1941. "$l.OO to $3.00 PAID FOR Plans and specifications may be DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" examined in the office of the un- dersigned Clerk an d certified texact price depending on check or bank draft in an amount size and condition} not less than I09 of the bid shall We Also Pay for Dead Hoqs be submitted with each bid. -- ......................................... The Board reserves the right to Rendering & reject any and all bids. Fertilizer "-' e' rom-an- BOARD OF EDUCATION, LATHAM COMMUNITY Lincoln, Illinois HIGH SCHOOL Phone: Lincoln 336 rand By Carl Rager, Clerk. Reg.'erie Charges. Dated June 30, 1941. PORTABLE RADIOS PROOF in Next Week's Ad See The Ne00) EVERYTHING YOU NEED P H I C for a VAOTION TnlP OR TO TAKE ON THAT WEEK END JAUNT OR FOR A SUNDAY PICNIC! rl THE IDEAL RADIO FOR ALL YEAR 'ROUND USE .... ANYWHERE oUTDOORS OR IN- IX)ORS. $19.9 5 ,,,c or DC Take One of These Alon9 ' On That Vacation Trip To Each Purchaser of A * VACUUM BOTTLES * THERMOS JUGS * Ice Cream FREEZERS * ELECTRIC FANS FISHERMEN . . . Every cjood fisherman knows that good equipment is necessary for good fishing. So come to our store and make your choice of FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINOS! SKELGAS RANGE ELECTRIC IRON  Inqu;re Today Mount Pulaski .qpplmane SoIEOr00 00--PtT. PULASKI FRANK E. TURLEY