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(Continued from Page 1) will be given on Saturday the closing feature of the Fiesta, a parade, contest and blg band concerts, free etc. The afternoon program will fea ture a Fiesta parade that gives of being one of the best held here. A specia! effort is made to induce community country schools and civic to enter floats m various classifications sucll as education, patriotic and afternoon will also be frolic for .the children with ice cream and contests with for the winners. doll parade of the little misses in their finest and cutest is to be an added feature year. Awals will be made class. So mothers can be- to plan out their daughter's Other Features during the evening when prizes will be awarded for various masque outfits for grownups as well as the kiddies. The Decatur Concert band will be present Saturday to assist in the parade as well as play con- certs. Efforts are being made to secure other musical organiza tions for this day. Dancing will be featured each evening on a big platform on the north side of the square with a popular dance bnd furnishing the music on all three nights. A hobby and antique show is to be held in the Masonic room on the east side of the square former- ly occupied by E. G. Phinney. C=ene Clear and John Christman will head Dgs displaT. Persons having articles to enter these dis- plays are asked to contact those in charge. Cake Baking Contest A cake baking contest is to be held in the sawne room as the hobby displdy on the east side of the square, details of which will be made known next week. Sever- 'Alloted Time' quartet from al nice prizes will be offered for which has proven to be so th e best cakes in different class- over the airlines will be ifications. vm MOU-rT eVLaSKI Tvrs-rEws. MOtUr PVaS. Jamom Free acts will also be intersper- ]?---yI/McVE ed on this afternoon as well as QUITS BLUFFS 001S! h hz F l 1 TO GO TO VIRGINIA C U uner/ "  .Continued from Page 1} Cecil McVey, successful coach at Bluffs high school for the past Walter M. Drobiscl% Harry Holmes four years, during the weekend re- and Merle Wilham. signed his position. He accepted an offer from Virginia high school I ATTENDED FUNERAL OF to become football and basketball ] .MRS. CHARLES SCHULTZ coach there, a,s successor to Jim I Relatives and friends from a Lucas. [distance, who came to Mount Pul- Mr. McVey is a native of Mount I aski Wednesday to attend the fu- Pulaski, being a son @f Mr. and]neral of Mrs. Charles Schultz, Mrs. Allen McVey. A graduate of were s fllws: dan the Mount Pulaski township high  Joliet--Mr. Mrs. Hoxvard" school, where he was a star bas- ketball played, he became well known over the state for the won- derful work he accomplished with the Bluffs high school basketball teams. To Convention Dean Hild left Sept. 3, to ttend the fourth Annual DeKaib Deal- ers' Convention at Lake Delavan, Wis., on Sept. 4 and 5. On his way to the Convention with severat other DeKalb dealers, he plans to stop t several of the fourteen processing plants and production afternoon and eve- areas as well as at several of the Parade Ards l experimental fields along the w'ay. for two concerts. The big parade Saturday after- I He stated that the convention is noon offers the following classi-lan educational one for tle 2000 fications in the float class: /dealers who expect to attend. The & Comfortable Best Educational Float l latest developments will he show'n MoOOLLUM'M Best Historical Float lin a huge demonstration plot lo- Best Patriotic Float cated near the convention site. .INTONIA Wilkins and family, Mrs. Clifford Smith. Bloomington--Mrs. Minnie Gal- yean Weidner, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Spear, Mrs. Bessie Perry. Detroit. Mich.--Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gilbert. Beason--Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, Mrs. Clarence Tippett, Mrs. Hazel Behrends. Springfield--Mrs. Leona Ross. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Loyle Gil- bert. Illiopolis---Mrs. Laura Martin Stengel and son Harold, and Mr. Stengel. N CLINTON Last Times Friday, Sept. 5 FREE HAPPINESS TOUR Mat. 2,pro, eve. 7:15 & 9:'0 MORE LAUGHS than yolfvo /lad /n years/ Best Farm Float Best Religious Float. Other classifications are: Best Decorated Passenger car Best Decorated Bicycle Most Comical Horse Drawn Outfit Oldest Car in Parade Car with Most People in it Car with most articles Hanging on it Best Decorated Scooter. Prizes will be awarded in each This plot embodies many of the details in a hybrid corn breeding program. C. L. unn and R. R. St. John will be on hand to discuss tbe newest developments. He will have an interesting re- port to make when he returns from the trip. NOTICE OF CL.IM DATE State of Illinois, County of Lo- gan, ss. In the County Court of Said Harristown-- Charles Martin Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Martin, Mr. Etting. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Jesse French of Farmer City, and Mrs. Frank Lob'-] cry of Peoria, were callers Sunda T afternoon at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Suedmeier. The women were formerly Misses Levine and Mary Newton of Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Rachel Troxelt visited in Argenta Sunday with Mrs. Nettie Troxell stud daughter, Mrs. Ruth Heiser. THURSDAY. SP'r. ICopeland The annual reunion of cendants of Miller pioneer of the Copeland community, was held August 31, in Niantic at of Mrs. Blanche Erwin, 150 persons attending. A dinner was served at noon. At business meeting the officers for 1942 were Willis Copeland, Rochester, dent; Robert Copelad, vice-president; Miss kles, Mount Pulaski, treasurer. Family Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday, August 31, at the of Mr. and Mrs. Sa-nt scrogg in North Vine street. At noon a luck dinner was served, with chicken the main article of George Wyland, 83, was the person present, and Maryt Scroggin, 17 months' old, tM youngest. Those attending the re" union were as follows: South Bend, Ind.--Mr. and Clarence McLaughton, Mr. Mrs. Stanley Kuespect, Price. Misawaka, Ind.---George land. New Castle, Ind.--Mr. and John Lassen, Mrs. Ben BroO shire and children, Mrs. Scroggin and daughter, BettY. Atlanta--Mr. and Mrs. Wyland. Lincoln--Miss Iris Westlund Berwyn--Mrs. K. L. Burkhal Springfield--Mr. and Mrs. ry Donnelly and family Mr. Mrs. Clell S. Scroggin and ter Marylee. Miss Marjorie Henry. Frencl's Chapel Vicinity ltU" and Mrs. Tom MeCurry. The occasion was also in cele* SATURDAY, SEPT. 6 cent. shows from 2 p. m. FEATURE---- No. 2 Caqney and Pat OBrien DOGS THE AIR" SUN..MON., SEPT. 7-8 shows beth days from 2 p. m, SEPT. 9- I 0 2 pro, Eve 7:15, 9:30 shows from 2 p. JOB-DAYS Will Be $390 If Job Is Accepted Sept. 3rd Sereen-......-- SEPT. 11-12 aach day at 2 p. m. 7:15 and 9:30 p. m classification and ribbons also awarded winners. Austin Schaf- fenacker is again parade chairman. Masquerade Prizes Numerous prizes will be avard- ed on Saturday night for the big masquerade Frolic. A list of class- ifications to be made known in next week's issue. GASAWAY REUNION The annual Gasaway family re- uion will be held on Sunday, Sep- tember 7 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Shoup about" four rn,iles south of Mount Pulaski. County: In Probate. In Re: Estate of Charlotte Ruth On Wednesday fternoon, Aug- Potter, Deceased. ust 27. members of the Twentieth The undersigned Administrator Century Club were entertained by of the Estate of Charlotte Ruth Mrs. Harry Wells at her home on Potter, deceased, having been ap- pointed as such by the County South Garden street. Five Hun- Court of Logan County, Illinois, dred was the diversion, tl].e prizes and having duly qualified, hereby being awarded to Mrs. George gives public notice that the first Rupp, Mrs. Albert F. Dills.aver Monday of October, A. D. 1941, the same being the 6th day of and Mrs. Albert F. Lipp. The clu said month, is the claim date in iwill meet next with Mrs. T. A. the estate of said deceased and Scroggin. that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date -, without issuance of summons. OMER S. POTTER Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Get Rid of Your... CLASSIFIED SECTION If you have Anything to Sell. Trade. Want to Buy, Have Lost or Found-this section of the T/mes-News will get y,m the action you want. Hundred8 of others have found this to be true---why not you ? FOR SALE--Electric range, aparz ment size, in first class shape; large oven; two small burners and a larger one with double the heat for fast cooking. Will sacrifice for $25. Mrs. Carl E. Brachear, Cornland. FOR SALE--A service station; a good location and in good con- dition. Fine opportunity for right person if taken at once. o. Kiick, Latha% Ill. FOR SALE--In Illiopolis, 3 nice homes; prices reasonable, with terms.--See Frank Peters, Illi- opolis, Ill. MOUNTED CORN PICKER will pick your corn or open fields. Also combining wanted. --Dick Brown, 8 miles sout and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. FOR SALE--Peaches and rpes. Mrs. Ella Birks, Latham, Illi- nois. Phone 674 Brown. WANTED--Milk and cream cus- tomers. Will deliver. Mrs. Clar- ence Unland. WANTED---Girl for steady work as waitress. Bertoni's Restaur- ant. Phone 154. FOR SALE Fireproof safe, 40" high 24x25" wide. Suitable for any office or business. Mrs. Mary A. Bryson, Phone 88 Orge. CASH PAID fez dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. L Merriman, Phone 15. FOR SAne registered ram, Shropshtre, 4 years old, guar- anteed breeder. Call phones 24] or 45 Pink.---Shellhamer and Son. FOR SALE--95 acres of Logan County farm land. Must be sold FOR SALE Horse-power for corn to settle estate of L. W. Fletch- dump, in good shape. Live one er. Eugene Kretzinger, Ad- mile east of square. Phone 47 ministrator, Chestnut. Pink.Theedore Wolf. ,bration of the 46th wedding a" niversary of the host and hoste as well as several birthday versries occurring near the of the family reunion. Mrs. Harry J. Wible and Robert D. Aitchison visited is Champaign Friday with the far" mers daughter, Miss Jean wibl who accompanied them home far the weekend. RHEUMATISM . ARTHRITIS or NEURITIS NatuPes Way Without Drugs or Strict Diet i Enjoy at hcme the same treatment that is qiven at expensive health resorts. These cabinet baths and massages, also clear the skin and complexion. Get rid of body toxin, relieve muscle soreness and lelp break up colds. WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN REDUCING PAUL W. MEYERS Swedish Massage and Baths LADY ASSISTANT Hours 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Next to Krogers  Phone 71 foe Appointment