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armmB Moul Semple and family. RansomMrs. Hattie ledm er Clarence and Clyde Redmam StreatorMr. and Mrs. Albert Hld Baars, Mrs. carrie Walter. Mason City--Mr. and Mrs. Wet- annual Danner-Baker ter McVey ad family. was held Sunda, Elkhart--Mr. and Mrs. Dean 1941, at HackherrY!Wilham and family. Jit creek, four miles Mavinette, Wis.Fred Danner, of Mount Pulaski, 15@ Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shoemaker llJ2DOma night for SL Louis, Mo., to visit at the home of the formers son, Lonnie, and wife. They will return Sunday afternoon- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Push and Henry Albert were in Latham Friday afternoon on business. John Bryson, son Billie, and Charles Manley made a trip after a load of watermelons Saturday. FOR MRS. WALKACE ODWAN Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Marie cowan, 28, wife of Wallace Cowa,n of Ickport (formerly of Mount Pulaski), who died at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 26, in St. Joseph's hospital in Joliet, were held in the Baptist church in Lao, tham at 2 p.m. Friday, August Willis Gaffney and children at- 29. conducted by Rev. Fred Crown tended the show in Mount Pules- of Monticello, and assisted by the and friends being in at- and son. t pastor, Rev. John Spearing. Two the states of Wisconsin, Iron Mountain, Mich.-- Mrs. ki Saturday night. i ]chigan ad Illinois be- Ruth Pfotemhoure and son. I Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and hymns, "In the Garden" nd "Face Bluffs---Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc-I son Dickie, who have spent part to Face," were sung by Rev of their two weeks vacation with i Spearing, the accompanist being dinner was served at Vey. it included fish prepar- BeasonMr. and Mrs. C. O' officers. After dinner Roos and son. enjoyed visiting, con- Dalton City--Bill Spires. horseshoe pitching. Normal--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. man and woman Nitzel, Richard and Nadine Syl- 1Pete Mr. and Mrs. Frank rester. of Mount Pulaski; the girl was Carol Louise NURSES' SCHOOL of Mr. and Mrs. ENFA)LI T 'ELVE Pope, of Springfield; the Twelve graduates of Central Ill- was Walter McVey, inois high schools will report at : his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, left Friday for their home at St: Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stults of Hartsburg, Mr- and Mrs. G. A Stults attended the Stults reunion Sunday at CaBBy. Mr. and Mrs. Otle Bryant and chilclren were Springfield shop1 ers Saturday night, Vernon Munyon of St. Louis Roy Mrs. Spearing. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were Dean Culled, Edward Dittus, Har- ry amd yerris Cowan of Mount Pulaski vicinity, Walter Murply and Sidney Cline, of Joliet. The many beautiful floral tributes were in charge of Mrs Ferris Cowan, Mrs. Harry Cowan, Mrs. Junior Potter, Mrs. William Thompson, USO CAMPAIGN AT II[2[OPOLI8 IS OMPLETED United Service Organization drive in Illiopolis has been com- pleted, with  total of $161.96 turned over to headquarters in Springfield. There were 254 con- tributors. 17 RETURNED HOME FRIDAY FROM EASTERN TRIP Mrs. Florence Pinney of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. VanDeventer, Jr., of Decatur, returned to their homes last Fri- day from a two weeks' auto trip to Westfield, New Jersey, where they had talren their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. VanDeventer, Sr., who spent pat of the sum- mer in Decatur and Mount Pul- aski. In Westfield, a short distance from New York City, they were guests of their brother, Mack Van- Deventer, and family. Mrs. Pinney visited her son George, who is now employed in Bound Brook, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln, of Mason City. Sept. 8, to begin a three year the business meeting the course at the hospital's School of officers were elected: Nursing. E. Stoll, Mount Pulaski, Miss Eleanor Miller, acting head Louis A. Danner, Spring of the nursing school, anounced -president; Mrs. Edward Monday the incoming class m- ount Pulaski, secretary cludes: Helen Grabowski, Iris Her- Mrs. C. O. Roos, brig and Catherine Schaeffer, De- historian, catur; Betty Rankin, Lincoln; following were present: Lynette Watt, Atlanta; Idora Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. Hacldeman, Vandalia; Wilton Hunt Guntern, Mr. and Mrs. of Kenney; Doris Geyer, Mount rlenbush and family, Pulaski; Edna Gardner and Lou- Iender, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-iceil Kimmons, Clinton; Betty Mr. amd Mrs. Perry Baski, Greenview, and Amelia Mr. and Mrs. Wal-IBrouch, Middletown. m, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- [ ------------- and family, Mr. and | ______-_ --------- II Aylesworth and family,! . . ,,,. ,-,-L,n LAII: I-uKI rsraHen?l C][Ke:nk d M::. tGrathwohl and family, Mrl i MRS. HARRY PIATr visited from Friday to Monday ev- Mrs. Lucille Cates, Mrs. Emil ening with his parents, Mr. and rs. C. F. Munyon. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manle were Mr. and Irs. Charles IJiten and children of near Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan of Latham, Mr. and Mrs. S. Patterson and sons of near Imesville, Mr. and Mrs. McCain and sons, Mr. and Mrs. feelings of a gas station owner Earl Lercher and children, Mr. and must be when he has to walk a Mrs. Charles Moore and little daughter, Willie Fuiten, Robert Shahl: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coats family visited relatives in Spring- Nw Jersey. Starting home they Wachter, Mrs. Roy Turrrer, Mrs. soon ran into the eastern gasoline F. Sessions, Mrs. Steve S. Patter-lrtini condition, where no gas son nd Mrs. Herbert Patterson.  is sold after 7 p.m. They luckily l had enough gas to make the trip IUKES GETS LOCAL  through on the 180-mile long faro- GAS MAN JITTERY t ous pike in Pennsylvania without If you have ever been em-going to a lot of inconvenience. barrassed by your car running out l Mrs. Pirmey resumed her grade of gasoline just imagine what the school teaching duties Tuesday. John Bender and family, Correspondent Mrs. Chris Erlenbush, Mr. J_ -------'---- O. Gulso, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ethel Crain of Men.phiS, 8toll, M. and Mrs. J. Stoll, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Ketsey Crain and Mrs. John E. Stoll, and daUghter of Illiopolis called at Mrs. Allen McVey and the home of Dr. and Mrs. L.L. E.V. Koehlar of Mount Pulas- Mr. md Mrs. Vernon Coop- Denison Wednesday afternoon of  ki was here on business Tuesday. family, Emmerson Horn. last week. Mrs. Edward Ruwe and Clarence Stults, brother of G. Willis W. Snyder, Anna A., and wife of Casey, Ill., and G. A's. nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Elvern and Mrs. Elmer, Stults, of ToledO, Ohio, visited a and daughter Dorothy. few days last week with G. A. ve Wendling, Mr. nd Mrs. Stults and wife, and son Harold. ]3anner and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pugh John Danner end family, and Henry Albert spent last I)anner. Thursday in Pekin with Mr. and and Mrs. Louis and family, Mr. and l Mrs. Edd Albert. Callers at the Piatt home Thurs- Louis A. Damner. Jr., Mr. and day were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray Di,el and family. Mr. an. Kettles and children, of Gary, In- Theodore Dander, Mr. and diana, a nephew of Mr. Piatt; Mr. homas Pope and daughter, I Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gene Phinney and daughter Bar-:the soy bean was virtually un-i knon. and family, Mr. amd Mrs. barn of Mount Pulaski. _ ......... Mrs. L. L. Denison spent ThurS- Danner and family, James day of last week in Lincoln with Ask For 336 and Mrs. Fwarn her aunt, m,s. Lena Leonar Mrs. Harold Laatsch attended a "$|.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" and family, Fred T_ngen- shower in Springfield last Thurs- r. and Mrs. Clarence Kl'ein, (exact price depending on ad Mrs. James Klarr and day afternoon, size and condition) Julius Danner, MollieKKlein, Mrs. Willis Gaffney, Mrs. char- zd Mrs. George Smith and lea Manley, Mrs. Charles Moore, We A]so Pay for Dead Hoqs Mrs. Lee McCain attended the fun- Rendering & faznily, eral of Mrs. Cowan at Latham Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. james Robinson of Lincoln, Mr. and MrS. E]mo Wy- land of Rantoul, Mrs. Willis Gaff- ney, all left about 9 o'clock Friday Ind.--Mr. and Mrs. thafer. HollandMr. and Mrs. Stove,Stoker W. E. STOLL & Ire Co. mile and a half to get enough of his stock in trade to run him into his own station where he had sev- eral hundred gallons which he sells field MondaY. other folks to keep them from Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Koehlar and having to walk a mile and a half family and L. F. Koehlar were in to get back home. That's a fact, Lincoln Monday on business. Lloyd Koehlar of Springfield was here on business Monday. Sam Gasaway of Latham visited here Tuesday. Let Us Prtnt Your Sale Bills. A. F. Dillsaver of Mount Pulas- ki was here on business Tuesday afternoon. Hy Albert and M. F. Tarbox visited relatives in Buffalo Hart Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs- Logan Handlin of Lincoln visited relatives here Thursday afternoon. Win. Wolf has moved west of tom here in the Mileham. house. He has been taking care of Hack- berry Lodge for the past 5 years. Approximately 57,000,000 bush- els of soy beans are produced an- nually providing work for 50,000 persons. Twenty-five years ago Fertilizer Company Lincoln, llllnois Phone: Lincoln 336 and Reverse Charges. isn't it, Mr. Brown? Or, has Mr. Ickes, the hatchet man, got you 11 flustered? BONDED GAS We can supply your GAS STOVE with 100 pound or 25 pound Cvlinders of SKELGAS Mount Pulaski Applianoe Store F. E. 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