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Boys Good | lives two natives County, who have be- in the political of county. Both and now holding Alfred H. Greenig, Cornland, is state's attor- county, and born in Mount is county recorder. Be- rth men are so well known of the Mount Pulaski we are reproducing them that appeared Illinois State Journal last ept. 19, in the Making column written by itl The article was as of State's Attorney A. H. favorite stories is the his door to door during which ITe made of walking on a house- eWly painted porch llatil he sees this he won't that all his trouble ws in at the time of the in- e lady in question wasn't to vote. Iazel Barnes, 102 West is the young house- is probably the only in S a,gamon co.,unity who off the states attor- tn who usually does the  off himself. version of the story are identical, and like this: with Paul Weiden- K! E. L. (Red Crane were a door to door canvass for the south part of the city. and carritt streets a house which front porch barricaded low bench across the step and Weidenbacher, tbanking, stepped over the the porch and knocked From this point Mrs. | takes tl floor. that she was in the and when she heard the the door she started to an- SUddenly she remembered front porch had been and, in her own words, reached the dining was boiling, and before to the door, w at a tern- far above that. and Weidenbacher did- a chance. The irate worn- the attack at the same opened the door, while standing in  yard, hold to a tree for support, he laughing. managed to stammer and offered to pa$ done. the trial right there," "and I was adjudged was ready to pay my recalled that she he couldn't pay for the THE MOUNT PTTLARII TI31-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS porch, and besides that she didn't know how much it cost. Greening a n d Weidenbacher beat a disorderly retreat, and on the way tl state's attorney pla- ed $2 in bills in a fern which ha been moved off the porch for the paint job. Both parties concerned picture the event as funny now, but Mrs. Barnes insists the joke lies with her because she, and only she, knew- she was not old enough to vote. CHESTNUT Mr. and Mrs. George Maske of Shobonier, Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler and son Larry Dean, of Vandalia, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and sons, Joln Callison and Junior Stauffer were guests Sunda of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Maske. Miss Thekla Stoll returned to Decatur Monday after a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles StolL Members of the Social commun- ity Club and families were enter- tained at a wiener roast last Fri- day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Mic- hael Drake. Dr. and Mrs. Y. J. Soukop and daughter Verb Jo, and Mrs. Ed- ward Von Thun visited kinsfolk and friends in caicago from Fri- day to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoll and sons, Mrs. Clmles Stoll and dau- ghter Miss Thekla, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Maske, son Burdette, and daughter Fern, enjoyed a wiener roast Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler of this vicinity came home last Thursday from Slelbyville, Me., after a week's visit with the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg Keller. After coming home from school last Thursday afternoon, Harold Beccue, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beccue, fell on a rod and rece'red a bad cut on hm forehead. It took several stitches to close the wound. The Loyal Circle Class of the Methodist church met on the aft- ernoon of Thursday, Sept. 18, at the home of Mrs. Louis Emery, several miles southeast of town. Mrs. Bertel Carlson, Mrs. Harless McKinley and Mrs. Everett Lakin were the assisting hostesses. The SATISFACTIONI Your beauty problems are our personal responsibility, whether it be a new permanent wave, a series of facials, a new coiure, or just a manicure. Our service is of a highly per- sonalized nature, tuned to your personal needs. Your beauty work must be done correctly. Phone 871 for an appointment Bobble Beauty Shop Lincoln's Leading Hairstylists OverKresges MrsRubyKerpan HEAVY DUTY ARMOR OIL BEST BY TEST REG. GAS $1 CORN PICKER KEROSENE GREASE FUEL OIL MIDWEST ICE CREAM mmbers with a school day memory. ] The Afternoon Bridge ClUb met last Friday with Mrs. Albert Buehler. Mrs. Mlvina Martin of Pleas- ant Plaines has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Cynthia Grimes. Mr. and  Raymond Lakin and daughter IAnda, Mrs Loren Kizer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lkin came home several days ago from an auto trip to Patterson, New Jersey, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lakin for  short time. responded to roll call [ woods Thursday were, Dayle Kret- AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent II _ Eugene Rau of Joliet was home on a two days visit last week. His parents spent a Sunday recently there with him. Chancy AIeyers' herd of graded guernseys had the highest aver- age production of fat during the month, 33.7 pounds. One cow was dry. The Northern lights were mak- ing quite a display Thursday night. James Meyer and two helpers from Cisco, metal sealed windows and doors in the house at H. Ker- woods last week. They recently did work at Chancy Myers and the Monitor school house. Callers and visitors at H. Ker- zinger and family of Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. George Ross of Decatur; Monday, Mrs. Ona Sams. and grandchildren of Iowa, Mrs. Laura Kuntzi, Chestnut, Mrs. Mert Monts, Mrs. Lily Emrick; Friday, Mr. ad Mrs. Peck, Warrensburg; Mr. and Mrs. JaB. Woods, Spring- field; Harry Hubbard, Clinton Sunday, Margaret Isenhour and friend, Decatur; Mrs. A. J. Monts. and daughters, Mrs. Lily McBride of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Will Webb, Mrs. Robert Monts; Arthur Long and daughter, Mrs. Louise Leka and baby of near Illiopolis. Fifty present for Sunday school. 9 cents birtlday offering from Brighton McKenzie. Rally day, Oct. 5, a good time to start, if haven't been coming. The church at Center Chapel is being redecorated inside. Word was received here last week of the death of Joln Rickey of Iowa. A former resident of thin locality. PRINCIPAL' CLUB HELD MEETING IN LINCOLN The first meeting of the new school year of the Logan County Principals' Club was held t th Hotel Lincoln in Linco]n Thurs- day evening, Sept. 18, with Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Price of New Hol- land as hosts. Attending from Mt. Pulaski were Lloyd L. Hargis, principal of the ownship high school, and his wife. During the business session plans PAGE W were made for the annul county basketball tournament to he held in January. The next club meeting will take place on the evening of Tlurlay, October 9, with Mr. and Mrs. _ IW Wright of Atlanta as hosts, NOTICE OF CqLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Log-., ss. In the County Court of said Coun- ty: In Probate. In Re: F,tate of Elizabeth M&s- terson, Deceased. The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth Master- son, deceased, having been appoint- 'ed as such by  County Court of L, agan County, Illinois, and having- duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Monday of November, A. D. 1941, the ae being the 3rd day of said merit% is the claim date in the estate of said de,eased and that claims may be filed againi said 'estate on or l before said date without issuance of summons. James EdgaT Masterson, Administrator. Leland Stmkins, Attorney. Con w Wt, Fie C POLULAR BRANDS OF BROWN'S SERVICE CO. CIGARETTES PKGS. TO OUR CUSTOMERS PURCHASING ILLI DUCTS (Approximately $1.00) --ALSO-- COMING NEXT WEEK ILLICO LUCKY COUPONS EVERY CARD A WINNER YOU MAY WIN $10 CASH[ Illico Products Have Been Sold for More Than Half a Century- -SO THEY MUST BE GOOD! ASK THE I L L I C O BOYS Logan & Broadway Broadway & Hamilton Sth & Washlncjfon Office: Chicago and Lincoln Avenues.