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9, 1941 and Mrs. Jol Hassebrock, Ethel, sons Harold and living four miles northeast city, made an auto trip on to E1Paso and called on #ends and neighbors in the and vicinity. Starting home to Eureka to see Mr. sister Mrs. Lawr- Woefle. Roy Lucks, a surgical pa- ill St. Clara's hospital, Lin- about two weeks, was re- to her home three miles of the city Sunday after- in the Schahl ambulance. Adele Weidenbacher of visited in the city from night to MondaT ,with her Mrs. Theresa Weidenbach- the home of Mr. and Mrs. coming to attend golden wedding an- celebration. and Mrs. Lloyd Alspach, of were guests Sunday of her Mr. and Mrs. Clmuncey Carty, former Mount Pul- who attended school and for a year stayed at the of Mr. and Mrs. Frank south of the city be- into the na,.', is now U. S. S. Charleston. Lilliam Goetz and daughter, ]ary Elizabteth, and Miss B. Horn made an auto trip to St. Louis, M. Alvin Moelhenry of Chi- visited near the ity from to Sunda] with her sister Cecil Buckles. Other guests home were Mr. and nk Martin of O'Fallon. Rankin, who attended here when his late father pratied medicine a time S.ayed in the coun o With Mr. and Mrs. Frank while a student in the high school, is now in corps of the United States and was stationed at Sel- Field in Michigan. Last afternoon Hobart and army friends stopped to see ad Mrs. Rentschler and hae with them. They were on Way to camp in Louisiana. of the Neighbornood Vnet Wednesday night, Oct. the home of Mrs. Margaret on North Vine stret, pin- being played. The honors to Mrs. John T. Hershey Copelan and Mrs. Carl The group will meet :With Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. John England, lo located in Chicago, visit- Saturday and SundaT their mothers, Mrs. Tillie and Mrs. Pearl Combs. and Nfrs. Alfred Tomlinson tughter Beth Elairre of Rut- HOGS wl SHEEP ke worlt mew/! CALL US! Weverse t ehRr PULASKI PHONE I 5 on m 1o ome 'st ,,h p,k_,_ tge we  for ,moll. C. MERIHMAli Pulask; Phone IS land, visited in the city from Fri- day evening to Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Earles, and also attended the 'Fiesta. Mr. Tomlinson is principal of both the Rutland high and grade school. The Contract Bridge Club met Wednesday afternoon, October 1, at the home of Mrs. Harry S. Martir/ south of the city. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Pearl Waddell and Mrs. F. W. Meister. The next hostess will be Mrs. C. M. Merriman. The Married People's Club members were entertained the last night of September by Mr. .nd Mrs. Albert F. Lipp at their home on South Marion street, the amuse ment feature being Five Hundred. The prizes went to Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jenner, Walter A. Schafer, Mrs Geeorge J. Smith and Ottmar E. Wagner. The club meets next at the Jenner hme on Garden street. BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN THURSDAY Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles MOUN'r PIRASKI I[MF--NEWS, gave a birthclay dinner last Thurs- day, October 2, in honor of the latter's cousin, Mrs. Alton J. Rich- wine of Monroe, Mich. Those pres- tnt were Mrs. Buckles' aunt. Mrs. Stanley N'ewton of Saulte Ste. Marie, Mich., another cousin, Mrs. William Spencer of Wayne, Micl, also Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mill- inger of Arthur; Mrs. Harryi Smallwood of Decatur; Mrs. Jose- ph Schroth, Mr. and Mrs. Oran 0. Scroggin, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin, sons Jack mad Robert, Miss Mary Alice Buckles and Dee Buckles. In the afternoon and early evening all -were guests at the Wesley Scroggin home souLn- west of the city. On Tuesday of last week the Mictigan visitors, and Mrs. Oran 0. Scroggin, Mrs. Russell Buckles and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin visited in Decatur with Mrs. Harry Small wood, and on Wednesday called on t high relatives in Springfield and V,il- .... liamsville. Mrs. Stanley D. Newton will be remembered by many Mount PuN a ski peopl'e. She was formerly Miss Metta Steenbergen of this city. MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS WINES INFANT PASSES AWAY Irvin Dale Wines was born in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, at 11:45 a.m. Monday, October 6, 1941, and lived only ten minutes. He was the infant son of Irvin and Lois Norton Wines of South Vine street, Mount Pulaski. Besides his parents he is sur- vived by one half-brother, Earl Wines; three half-sisters, Patricia and Zolla Hunt; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Norton, Fairgo, Mo., and Albert Wines, Effingham. Funeral services were held at Schahl Funeral Home at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Rev. J. WaTne Staley, pastor of the Christian church, in charge. Burial was in the Steen- bergen cemetery four miles south- west of Mount Pulaski. Miss Frances Neumeyer, music instructor in the Pleasant Pladns school, visited here from Fri- PAGE FIVE day evening to Sunday with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neu- meyer. NOTIC OF CLALM DATE State of Illinois, CAmnty of Logan, In the County Court of said Colm- ty: In Probette. In Re: Estate of IAllie Shafer, The undersigned Executor of the ,Vill of Lillie Clara Settler, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, nd having duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first ,Ionday of December, A. D. 1941, the same being the First day of said month, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. George Rupp, Executor. Smith & Arnold, Attorneys. GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 w==,= =.  ',,E SPECIRCATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WTI"HOUT NOTICE ]00]ETTER LOOKING ]00TTER LASTING ]lETTER BUILT THAN ALNT OLDSMOBILE I:N Y]EA00S I IIIII I In addition to cannon and shell for the needs of defense, Olds- mobile contrib- uses a new kind of car to the new needs of America. 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