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OCTOBER 11, 1951 PACiE tPiVl i I J- A. Veech, Mrs. Harry Downing __ [ and Mrs. Dale Boyd. ID[ The Order of Eastern Star will [hold a special meeting in the , IMasonic Hall Friday, Oct. 12, at of St. Johns Luth-|7:30 p.m. for the purpose of will hold their an- initiating candidates. Sale and Gift Shop The Senior Girl Scouth will on Saturday, Oct. Club will hold meeting of the new Priday, Oct. 12, at 2:30 bl the American Legion Peaker will be Mrs. Fred es of Buffalo, having as ject 'I'he Old Parlor ' Music will be composed ashioned songs. Hostess I will serve a Tea. i uehold .,Science Club i a Halloween Masquer- ! lousehold  a Hallo, i,'[Y Thursday, Oct. 18, at i :,u., in the home of Mrs. :ZU'hns on West Jefferson I "Tll L The assisting hostesses I . Mrs. Ross Shoup, Mrs. ] lT. Ryan and Miss Eva t ttenry the members ofl "*'n Stolz of Latham| t e Cloverleaf club in ] on Friday afternoon,] 19th. I tham Community Home ill meet with Mrs D idtlilhps on Tuesday after- -11.. 16. Lessons will be .Jd by Mrs. Oscar Beaver the Logan County Home I - adviser, Mrs. Albrecht. 11 Will be answered with a t event i quarterly meeting of the ,r Women's Missionary ,'e of the Zion Lutheran. , Will be held in the chur- ement Thursday, Oct. 18, .ra. raInrcas Guild of St. John's qa n church, will meet on , Y, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. home of Mrs. J. H. Stuart 'th Washington. lling Workers class of tian church, met Tues- ening, Oct. 2, at the home nd Mrs. Dean Schultz. were in charge of Mrs. in. After business sea- refreshments were served. LUtheran Woman's Mis- Society of the Chestnut theran church, will meet Church Thursday, Oct. 18, p.m. Each member is to ! her mite box. The work for )ning year will be started. .lucational topic will be lqOrlS.,, Loyal Daughters Class of church, will meet basement Tuesday, for a potluck dinner at annual Dollar Social be held. Devotions will mrge of Mrs, J. M. Roth- committee is compos- Mxs. John Stratton, Mrs. sponsor "Teen's Night Out" at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- ter this Thursday, Oct. 18, from 7 to 9 p.m. There will be enter- tainment for all, such as games and dancing. MARY E. SPARKS FOUND DEAD Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sparks, 77, widow of Charles F. Sparks of Lincoln, was found dead in her home in that city, Monday afternoon, Oct. 8. Death apparent ly was caused by a heart at- tack. Decedent is survived by five sons and three daughters. One of the daughters is Mrs. Joseph Snyder of Peoria, who as Miss Clara Sparks, was a faculty member in the Mount Pulaski township high school several ago. MOVE TO NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schlit and son Johnny, who occupied the downstairs apartment in the William Buttell property on )North Marion street, moved last week to their newly construct- ed home on North Vine. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long, who ]ived in the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Kennedy, South Lafayette, moved to the Buttell apartment. LOGAN COUIrrY BEGINS TRAFFIC DEATH STUDY Meeting at the court house in Lincoln on September 13, the Logan county board of suervis- ors appointed a special commit- tee to make a survey of road hazards in the county, and es- pecially on the hard surface COUSIN PARTY HONORS IOWA GUEST Sunday evening, Oct. 7, a Cousin Party in honor of Mrs. Harry Ulrich of Lisbon, Iowa, was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ova Harbert, north of Decatur. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. to the following: j Lisbon, Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ulrich. Omory Miss.: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harbert. Detroit, Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. George Litterly, Jr., and Kenneth Blevins, who came recently from Korea and is on a 20-day fur- lough. Mount Pulaski: Mrs. Ella Lit- terly, Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothwell, Sr., i Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rothwell Mrs. Grace Buckles, Mrs. Frank Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cecil Buckles and daughters, Sharon and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Turley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton, St. and grandson, Tommy IH, Everett Rothwell. Mr. and Mrs. George Litterly, Jr., and her son, Kenneth Blev. ens, of Detroit, Mich., visited over the week end with Mr. Lit- terly's mother, Mrs. Ella Lit- terly. NOTICE OF NEW CLAIM DATE Docket Number 918._.191469 Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 4th day of December, A.D. 1951, is the new claim date in the Estate of Jacob Adam Voile, Deceased now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date and all claims not filed on orbefore said date roads leading into Lincoln, in are forever barred as to the es- tate inventoried an attempt to halt the slaughter, " on Logan county highways. [ Kermit Edward Volle, Six persons have lost their[ Charles Dean Vollye, lives in traffic accidents in the] Executors. county so far this month and 13tLetand Simkins, nave been killed this year. Attorney. iii MOUNT PULASKI DISPOSAL SERVICE li 3 Pickups Each Week | Including garbage disposal as well as trash, ashes and other refuse. DISPOSAL SERVICE ONLY $2 per month 4 RALPH LOVEALL P. O. BOX 171 MOUNT PULASKI or Phone 144, Mount Pulaski NO FISH - NO STEAKS .... THIS FRIDAY---- BUT--We have plenty of Hot and Cold Sandwiches for your eating pleasure, such (us HAMBURGEI - CHEESEBUBGEBS - CHEESE - ETC.. ------We also hove all your favorite drinks-.--- HARRY'S and MARY'S East of Mount Pulaski on Iloute 54 Ingram's SKE.-GS $rvice OPEN HOUSE BEAN CONTEST FREE! FREE! 17.Jewel Clinton Watch Ensemble as nationally advertised in Esquire Contest Runs During Month of October. All you do is to guess the number of Beans. Come to Our Store and Give Us Your Guess. Standard Quality -- No. 303 can Tomatoes ....... 2 ,o, 27o ][roger Pineapple JUICE ........ ,: ,- 90 Standard Quality P E A II S .........  :90 Jack Rabbit Navy BEANS ........... 230 Peter Pan Peanut Bute,, o+ :+ 29c Joan of Arc BUTTER Beans ,- 2 for 230 USED CAR BARGAINS 1950 Ford 6 Tudor - Radio and Heater .................... $1345.00 1947 Chevrolet Sedan - Two-Tone and healer ..... :..$ 945.00 1946 Chevrolet Sedan - radio and healer ................ $ 795.00 USED TRUCK BARGAINS 1949 Ford 2-Speed, 2-Ton L.W.B. Grain Box ............ $ 945.00 1948 International %-Ton, 4-Speed .......................... $ 795.00 1947 Dodge ll/-Ton Grain Box ................................ $ 695.00 1947 Chevrolet Pick Up .............................................. $ 695.00 1941 Ford l%-Ton Stock Rack .................................. $ 195.00 |1 i i i Real Buy RED Beans 0,- 2 ,o, 230 Niblots Yellow SWEET ' 350 CORN ,,+ o+. ,+, +, ,o,. ll Buy Kidney BEANS I00 % Pre Veg. 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