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PAGE THIRTY-rJL'WO Draft Numbers 00n00nued Page : S-2314--Darrel Earl Newmister. Lincoln. S-2329--Phillip Gusta Holst, : Lincoln. S-2344--John William Donath, Lincoln. S-2359--John Penrose Cadwall- went from tlmt city to Geneseo i and made a, brief call at the home of his sister, Mrs. Lawrence Her- gert, while on his way home. , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wheeler Merwyn Dean Leckbee, who has } of Spr ngfield were guests Sun- spent the past month with his ! day of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Har- grandmother in Ursa, Illinois, re- gis and family. turned home Friday night. The Senior Walther League or Billy Obcamp of New Canton, Zion Lutheran church will meet Ill., arrived to Sunday visit for in regular session at 7:45 p.m. two weeks With his moth, r, Mrs. Friday, August 15. at the country Noma Jeane on an auto trip to Yellowstone Park, and then to The Dalles, Oregon. to visit Mr. Capps' son. Damon Capps, and family. They will also drive into Californ- ia, back through Oregon to Se- attle, Wash. Homeward bound they will go to the Black Hills in South Dakota, and on to Aber- deen, that state, to visit Mr. Capps' sister-in-law, Mrs. Alma Smith. Tiey will return to Wich- ader, Jr Lincoln - Florence Obcamp, and grandmoth- "' " _ ,.. j er Mrs. T W Moore His brother S-2374---Dewey B. l)ew'eese, . ( . " . " . _ . i jimmy, wno had been visiting nim, maen. Ireturned home with him. S-2389--Raymond Frederick Le- [ . rs. W. S Mcuoy of Galesburg esman, Jr., LincoIn. " ' S-2404--Russell Lee Green, Lin- S-2419--Willis Dale Moore, Lake Fork. S-2419--Willia.m Herman Slay- ton, Lincoln. S-2434--Oliver %right Davtson, wtm was in an auto accident near Hartsburg on Sunday, August 3, and was thrown about 30 feet into a cornfield, was taken in the Sehahl a, mbulance from the Dea- coness hospital in Lincoln at 5 a. m. Saturday to the 'Galesburg Cot- tage hospital. Wilbert H. Schahl home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore %Volt one mile east of the city. The members of the Junior organ- ization wilt meet with them. T. A. Scroggin departed Sunday night on a business trip to Wicl ira, Wellington, Oxford and other ita before coming home, and ex-{ pect to be gone over three weeks. } Arlie L. Hays, son Ra'ymond and daughter Carol Lee of Thayer Mo.. left Sunday for the;r home after a visit of five days northeast of the city with friends. Mr. and Mrs points in Kansas. Frank Beers. Tt families were and daughter, I neighbors in Missouri a number of i Harry B. Capps Mrs. Eugene Manes, left Sunday ]yeaTs ago. | night for Wichita, Kansas, where I Franklin ConnoIley, manager of they will join Mr. and Mrs. Paul the Vitality Mills' business in East V. Shelley and daughter Miss Chicago, Indiana, visited here from Jr., Middletown. S-2449--James Franklin Wil-! liams, Atlanta. S-2464Paul Frederick House, S-2479--Raymond Leo Fulk, Lincoln. S-2494--Oeorge Robert Culleton, Lincoln. S-2509---Bernard Harold Gruss- ing, Hartsburg. S-2524--Howard Eldon Wikoff, Atlanta. S-2539---Harold Ernest Trom- met, Lincoln. S-2554--John David Edward C-ehlbach, Lincoln. S-2569--Paul Frederick Terviel, Emden. S-2584--John Howard Brennan, Elkhart. S-2599--John Eugene Kiick, La- tllaln. S-2614---Dayton Charles rhitc, McIa. S-2629---%Veldon Ernest Ryan, :: Hartsburg. S-264Roy Lewis Henrichs- meyer, Mount Pulaski. S-2659--Elmer Wayne Durcn- holz, Mount Pulaski. S-2674--Joseph Emmett Fitz- simmons, Jr., Lincoln. S-2689--Eugene Harold Cona- way, Mount Pulaski. S-2704--Harold Vernon Koehler, Lake Fork. S-2719--Joseph Seymour Ree, -2734--Dwight Eugene Zimmer- man, Lincoln. S-2749---Leland Emm'ett Leg- gett, Elkhs:rt. S-2764--Howard J. Scroggin. : Mount Pulaski. S-2779--Harold Dearie Reiter- man, Latham. . S-2794--Stanley Wilson, Lin- coln. I S-2809--Harold Lowden Boye- Middletown. S-2824Howard Anthony Sch- midtmeyer. Lincoln. S-2839--Merle Willard Vilham, Mount Pulaski. S-285Rwlph William Yeazle, Lincoln. S2869--Marsball Leroy Darl- ing, Emden. S-2884---Harry Arthur Eeten, Emden. n S-2914--Paul James Pokorski Lincoln. ,, ,,. MACON COUNTY SALE: BARN Sale Every Monday 7 ml. East of Decatur, I% ml. north of Route 47 LIVESTOCK OF ALL KINDS Bring whet you have for sale. Dick Andrews R 5, DECATUR Barn: Phone 3-3021 Res.: Phone 3-3358 THURSDAY, AUGUST Friday o Sunday with his ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley. Pvt. Earl Andrew of Field Rantoul. spent the with his sister, Mrs. C. H. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F_ !visited in Springfield sunday their son-in-lav, William Fry. Let Us Print Your Sale We Are A Walgreen Store Visit Us en in FEUERBAI WE HAVE 0N HAND IN MOUNT PULASKI A FEW "NEW IDEA" PICKERS Both One Row and Two Row When these are sold we will be unable to secure any mor, e this " season  therefore an EARLY ORDER is advisable "/I'P/C/(Y CLEAH. EVEN 6[T$ THE #gOOl#$/ REPLA('[$12 MEg AND/2 TEAMS/ I#$URES AIfATURE CORN IN THE CRIB BEFORE BAD WEATHER SEtS IN" The   Two Row  Pick elimbtes fmv the  and tuble of feedin and housing extra men at harvest time. One man and ono tmdo can plck. hmk and loud kom 12to 18 acr,s d corn pr &s .. doing the wo foster, bttat and more K'ory. Ho PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 21 i i i , ,, , i iii ii Thanks to all our friends for your visit to our display at the Logan Canonry Fair ii II I i i i ii Brooker Farm Sales Open Evenings and Sunday Morning MOUNT I