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First Twins Born -.rr.s.3vs (xout  ) "rmmsnaY. DZZn Zl. I m -- " ci 20 YeaTS Ago . im .... ..,__s.= were married, and during thejfirst set of twins born in the ty.jc,nlv descendant still livln in tht in AV%OUIU fscs !1850's located in Mount Pulaski. The best known of the .LeMast-v  t Pulaski communit is Mr wn w Moun Y (Dec. 25, Ig41) .......... uth A.Nine chiluren we, born to thls]er children were Maude, o asI..T,or d K Scrod's'in, Sr, who 18 Jn uctoDer a, io., n . uk and w it ss ...... umon, and among them was the the wife of Georg e A. H  , is Huck. Mr. and Mrs. paul Schmidt, BtmhcIl ,,,d Wflham LeMaster[ [May, wife of AI O'Connor. The] the former Lo . have been living on a Stoll hrm northwest of Mount Pulaski, have moved to the Mr Edward C. Iayer place over two miles north- of the city, which was vacat- ed by Ernest Bueescher. Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mittlesteadt, who lived in Chapel community for years, will reside with her dau- ghter. Ewald and Bernard Buescher, [ormerly of ML Pulaski vicinity, ! returned Sunday to their homes Edgerton, Wis., after a stay of days. They came to attend public sale of their father, Buescher. Edwin Wait, who attends the Northerwestem University School 0! Dentistry in Chicago, came home recently to make a holiday Vacation visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait.. Miss Helen Brooker, home eco- aomics instructor in the Amboy school is making a holiday Vacation visit 3 miles west of the s with her parents, Mr. and Oswald Brooker. Miss Virginia Kautz, U. of I. Student, is home for a holiday vis. it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm G. Kautz. Miss Virginia Foster and Rich- ard Connolley, students at East- ern Illinois State Teachers' Col- are making a visit with their parents. Miss Nina Wynd, commercial instructor in the Thornton high chool in Harvey, arrived home last Friday to make a two weeks holiday vacation visit with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd. Mr. and Mrs. William Bertrang, former residents of Mt. Pulaski and Vicinity, who have been liv- ing on a famn south of Kermey for several years, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, Sun- clay, Dec. 21. Mrs. Harold Schaffenacker was in Lincoln Monday evening and attended a dinner party at the lflue Inn, given by members of the Deaconess Nurses Alumni Association. Hattie Kerwood reports: "Can this be winter - December? Bees and insects farmers still com- bining ut'husking corn and beans, cligging potatoes, snakes were out Unning themselves Saturday. Rain Monday.' Plans are underway to in- augurate the first war time ra- tioning system in Illinois Jan. 5, When new automobile and truck tires will go on restricted sale ttnder supervision of the state council of defense, it was learn- reliably Monday. Grade School 1930 Honor Roll The "iIt. Pulaski grade school honor roll for January, which in- eludes pupils making a grade of 90 or over, is as follows: 1st Gnzde-" Frances Conaway, Irginia Milner, Virginia Moil elen Jean Kinert. id Grade: Marjorie Jenneman, 13uddy Aitchison, Charles Reidel. 3rd Grin:Is: Don Goodpaster, Iorris Myers, Marceila Wilson, Jessie Stratton, Ruth Ann Voile, tty Van Hook, Jimmy Lund, arilyn Mueller, Virginia Foster, J. Wayne Staley, Jr. 4th Gsuae: Delmar Rentschler, arian McCarthy, Elwin SislL Rae Harper, Edwin Wait, Glenn Wagner. 5th Grade: Doris Schultz, Mar- garet Schick, Frank Wayne Eugene Franklin Connol- 6th Gztte: Marion Lund, Lor- na Durchholz, Mary Ayers, Shir- ley Penneman, Virgil Arnold, llernie Goodpaster, Dean Schultz. 71h Grade: Elsie Mueller, Geor- gian Zimmermann, Gwendolyn Don Leonard, Florence Van Cerese Glose, Evelyn Con- Mary Jane Barner, Bobby nney, Robert Guiso, Barbara John Harold Connelly, borothy Curtis, William Sisk. Gnzdo" Esther Voile, Harry Van Hook, Robert Ryan, Wilma Barbara Barnes. Harrie! Clara Bobell, Eloise Horn Spenler, Orville McVey, WeckeL Our best wishes, our grateful thanks to all our good friends, whose loyal patronage we value so highly. May you have a holiday season that's happy, hearty and healthy! LELAND GREEN CITIES SERVICE HARRY and MARY ,/ hri stm as FURNITU STAHL and 00RDWARE -- ii