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August 14, 1941

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AUGUST 14, 1941 ENINGS ! Meister was a vimz Monday stud Tues- e ]iases Nora and Dora Hub- LinColn, and uncl.e and and Mrs. Mike Schick, City, made an ato trip on of last week to Terre Indiana, and visited Mr. ter, Mrs. Madge Hager. and Marilyn Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Springfield, are visiting Week with their grand- ]rs. Glenn Ogiesby. B. Stuart, who is an in the Marengo high al has been doing recre- Work in that city during tie, arrived home Sat- remain until school be- his parents, Mr. and tuart. Mrs Earl McKenny of Mrs. Paul Johnson and Clyde McKen- arrived in the city to visit for a few days sister, Mrs. Henry Mrs. Roy B. Haas. of Ia., and Mrs. Clara and daughter of Apple this week of the Mrs. Louis F. and husband. Huffman and Ra- of San Jose, were here Tuesday. is taking a two from his duties in lYmk. On Wednesday Week Mr. Wynd, wife Miss Nina, left on an to Points in Wisconsin. Charles M. Silkey, Parents of Mrs. Wynd, Pulaski to stay at hOme during their ab- blttus, daughter of Mr. FWard Dittus living underwent minor first of this week in hospital, Lincoln. Pulaski Household Scheduled to meet of each month, an August meeting. (" Jones, wife, daugh- td on Don Carl, of Va., arrived here on visit at the home of Orville E. Martin. lived in Boise, Jones is now ln l Red they are located in Ida. Connolley was 12 to members Afternoon club, at the home of her Mrs. Loui F. Seres. was played, the YE[g MOUNT PUIANltl T]M]M-NgWL MOUNT PUIAgKI, ILLINOIS honors being awarded to Mrs. George J. Smith, Mrs. Louis F. Sams and Mrs. Margaret Nolan. The next hostess will he Mrs. Wil- liam B. Jenner. The Loyal Daughters Society of the Mount Pulaski C-qstia chur- ch, which meets the third Tues- day of each month, will not hold an August meeting. i Miss Nellie Martin of coming, Ia., who is staying in Mount PuN aski this summer with her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Mason, was called last week to Ottumwa, I., on account lot the sudden death of her brother, Frank Martin. She returned to Mount Pulaski Tuesday. Mrs, Anna E. Eminger and MI. Fred C. Grover were in Decatur last Thursday and attended Guest Night at the Rebekah lodge, Mrs. Grover occupying one of the off- ices as conductor. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hershey and daughter, Lois Ann, of Bloom- ington, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams and son John, of Chest- nut, returned Wednesday evening of last week from a two week's vacation trip to Stevens' Point and other interesting places in Wisconsin. Reuben Hershey and tinnily came on to Mount Pulaski tnd visited until Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey. While the group was i Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Emery and the girl who stays with them left Friday for a trip to Wiscon- sin. Mr. and Mrs. C. Peck of War- reusburg are taking care of tP, e, things. Virginia Rau is visiting her fri- end, the former Dorothy Wright, Mrs. H. C. Licklider at St. Louis. Wm. Rau is attending the Boys State Fair school at Springfield, as county delegate and George Wentworth, whose essaT at last i year's Fair school was selected one of the best by farm youths, went as guest of the school. He received a $I0 prize and a gold mlai. The Hadley school buildings are being painted and yard mowed. Last Tuesday seemed to be call- ers day at H. Kerwood's, John Ireland and Gilbert Florey, north of Kenny; Mrs. Chancy Myers, and son Carl; Mr. and Mrs. RaT: away two of the Williams' chil- school. Six cents birthday offer- dren, Marilyn and Jimmy visited" in Mount Pulaski with tlir grand parents. PAGI +'++ "+'++' I.. I Fu I Sunday Mrs. Ferry and SOn Jack Coats nera received the gold wreath. A new .a00ooo00,ocr000,e00,00000000ocy IdF d Jo Little.  r! as/ At the quarterly conference Funeral services for Charles W. Clarence Rau was elected delegate Coats, 93, last Civil War Veteran to he annual conference, Harry living in Igan county, who died Washburss of Center Chapel as at 7:50 a.m. Wednesday, August alternate. Four came from Center. 1941, at the home of hi Ladies' Aid met lst Tuesday Charles L. Coats, in La4ce with Mrs. Feathers. W. M. S. meets were held in the yard at the re, Thursday in the church, with Mrs. dence at 4 p.m. Friday, August 8, Arthur Galloway as hostess, conducted by Rev. O. P. Wright, Three hymns, "God Will Tal Care of You," "What a Friend We 400 PHEASANTS Have In Jesus" and "Bye and RELEASED TUESDAY ye," were sung by Mrs. Handlin and Miss Florence Stult Four hundred pheasants, re-. the organ accompanist being ceived as chicks from the State Flora Handlin. The service were Department of Conservation, and largely attended, and there reared by the Logam County many beautiful floral tributes. Sportmen's club at the county Burial was in Carlyle cemetel 7 farm rearing pens, were distribut- one mile north of Lake Fork. T] Faith and son, Mrs. Henry Davis, ed throughout the county Tuesday pallbearers were Elmer Moore, Rev. Doolen and Nancy Jo; Mrs. ! and Wedrresday. James Moore, Elmer Moore, Clyde Eunice Kretzinger, and son Dayle, I The Mount Pulaski Sportsmen l'ebus, eorge Peterson and Ellis Mrs. Hendricks of Clinton; Mr. [Club received 100 of these game Howell, of Lake Fork. In and Mrs. Raymond Mayll from  birds Tuesday, and they were dis- of the flowers were Jean east of Maroa; Friday evening I tributed in this area by Henry J. Helen Bryant, Norma Green, Nor' caDer, Mr. and Mrs. Peck; Sunday, [Mayer, Robert Rothwell, J. H. ma Koehler, Louise Green [ Stuart and Charles Hildreth, Jr. Dorothy Schal. Mr. and Mrs. Ceve Adkins and Nancy Ellen. [ As soon as the rearing pens are Services at the grave were in Chlene Hathorn of Latham I emptied another large consignment charge of Ryman-Fuiten Post 447, visited Mrs. Wm. Heft Sunday. of pheasant chicks will be placed American Legion, of Mount lJl, Fifty-one present for Sunday in them, and released later this aski, the aged veteran being bur- fall. led with military honors. AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent Cooler and a shower last Mon- day midnight. A sprinkle Sunday. Harry Johnston is confined to his bed since Wednesday. His foot and leg are causing trouble again. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Isaac, Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau left last week for a visit in California. Rev. J. D. Doolen assisted with the funeral services for V. Alvin Glenn, at Clinton Friday. He was] a resident of Center chapel neigh- borhooc Leroy Anderson and family of Beason were Sunday visitors at A. Andersons. 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