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r. and Mrs, Carl Schalst, son ren. and daughter Joan, of mligton, were guests Sunday mr parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. track. lia Buckles and son Eugene, &Taterloo. and Harry UIrich of ter Point, Iowa. who made a mess trip during the holidays Indianapolis. Ind.. arrived in mt Pulaski for a week-end vis- ith numerous relatives. Star- "home Sunday they were ac- tanied by Mrs. Buckles' moth- Mrs. Ida Buckles, who will (e an extended visit in Iowa. daughter. Mrs. Harry Ulrich, ' formerly Gladys Buckles of lnt Pulaski. h'. and Mrs. Russell Ross. ghter Lois. sons Paul and laid, visited in Clinton c'hrist- I day with the farmer's moth- Mrs. Ellen Ross. I her home on Belmont street Istnm day Miss Anna Schafer rtained the following relatives friends at dinner: Mr. and t Ottmar E. Wagner, Mr. and L William B. Jenner, Mr. and L George J. Smith. Mr. and L Walter A. Schafer. Mr. and Charles F. Wagner, Miss ;ence Wagner. Miss Della M. lerson, Miss Anna Roth. gene G. Phinney and Mr. and :. Troll Turner spent Chrstmas in SPringfield at the home of and Mrs. Wesley Hutchinson, ore the farmer's daughter, Miss bara Phinney, is gradually im- zing from a surgical operation :ormecl in St. John's hospital ing November. Mrs. Phinr.y been with her daughter all ing her illness. Lr. and Mrs. Samuel IAnn Beid- and daughter Mry Lynn, re- a-ed to their home in Chicago lay following a Christmas visit h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I C. Beidler. and grandmother. L J. C. Keckler. Ira. Hazel Tener visited in Chi- Io over Christmas with her ghter, Miss Margaret Tenet; ) her aunt, Mrs. Mart2 Lucas, is spending the winter there h her son, Earl Lucas, and lily. Ira. Claude McFarland left clay evening for her home in tnSville, Indiana, following a Stmas time visit with her ma- r, Mrs. Hattie Layman. n Latham on Christmas day tubers of the Zah family were mrs at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Ran A. Allison and daughter, Betty Lou, as follows: John f Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Caro- Myers and son Morris. of Ur- ea; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, ]Decatur, Mrs. Myers and son Ilrned to Urbana Friday. r. and Mrs. ]. F. Wait and i Edwin, and ler father, J. C. [rgoyne, visited in Hamilton. over Christmas With the for- ts' son, Dr. Myron I. Wait, and ally. Kr. and Mrs. Walter W. Max- mar and family, living west or city, entertained with a tur- r dinner Christmas day, the ts being Mr. and Mrs. Ever- Maxheirner, Mr. and Mrs. |Ph Maxheimer, Miss Katherine hel, Raymond Yagow and pe Howe. Immediately after Mi Michel and Everett and wife left on an au- to RockfmxI, where they a holiday visit with Miss .els' sister and brother, Miss ]. Rhodes and William Miclml. Benzinger returned to New Year's day after a visit With his sisters, Mrs. F. Binder and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Lester A. Brooks New Year's day for their in Independence, Iowa, fol- a visit since Christmas her SOn, Tutwiler, and MOUNT PUI,AMIIJ TIMIES-NEWS, MOUNT PUI,ASI ILLINOI parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Bressmer. Tley also spent part of the time in Springfield with Mr. Brooks' mother and sister, Mrs. Florence Brooks and Mrs. Hazel Brooks. Mrs. Glen Oglesby and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowles visited in Lincoln Sunday with the farmer's daughter. Mrs. James Molloy, and family. Mrs. Merle Boyden, who went to Mount Vernon. New York, sev- eral weeks ago with Mrs. George Croll and two daughters, who were returning hue after a visit witl Mrs. Croll's mother, Mrs. Julia A. Obermiller, was taken seriously ill. After improving in condition she departed on the ,, homeward trip, and was met in PAGE][[VZ Make a New Year's Resolution riqhf now to make fhls store your rocer and Me.at Headquarters, We have everythinq you will need for'the start of the New Ycar and al! +hrouqh 1941. Week Ending Friday and Saturday, Jan. 3-4 Chicago Monday by her brother, TnAV IS AUNT JEMIMA ,I Claude W. Upp. They arrived in |UUJII PANCAKE DAY | the city that evening and Mrs.  " AIInv JEMIMI A A_ J i RrAOY-MI X I.  Boyden is now at the home of ler A|[P e01 eAIICAI(ES -- .-v Ji. AUNT JEMIMI A AA mother. Mrs. Susan Upp. ,'i FII[ADY-M|X ",m7Mfi On Friday afternoon. Dec. 27, _/. FO|BUCKWHEATS h -vv members of the Ace High Bridge Club were enterined by Mrs. Chris "vVeler at her home on North PLAY SAFE Vine street. The ps we MATCHES awarded to Mrs. Fred W. Zelle of Chesnut, Mrs. Glen Oglsby and I Box Mrs. Frank Copeland. The next hostess will be Mrs. Chauncey S. ++ oxvoo00 Mrs. Della Zumwalt of coming, California, wire has been in Mount Pulaski the past six months tak- .__ , Large .... 19c }!, i=,m, mg care of her sister, MiSs Annet- ta Rigdon, who suffered a stroke,  reports that Miss Rigdon was Medium . 9c stricken with another stroke sev- If You Want the very Tops buy MANOR 1-15 25 HOUSE offee c Hearl ol 24-15 65 Kansas Flour s c Sugar lO-Ibs 49c I YOU WANT EXTRA If You Wan+ Good OUALITY BUY Goods af a Moderate Cap PEAS .................. z for 2Sc Price Buy Stokely Honey Pod PEAS ............ I Sc S+okety CORN 15c S+okely KRAUT .... II c S+okely Cranberry SAUCE ......... 17c S+okely COCKTAIL ISc S+okely RED BEANS l lc Stokely CATSUP . . I Sc 14-o= Pkg. 9c 28-0= Pkg. I% eral days before Christmas, and remains in a serious condition. Members of the Pinochle Club met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber at their resi- dence on East Cooke street, the others present being Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oglesby, Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dammermann. The prizes went to Mr. Martin and Mrs. Dammer- maun. The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednes- day, Jan. 8, at the home of Mrs. Thomas Wachter, southeast of the city. Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kautz, Jr., were his parents, Mr, and :Mrs. Henry J. Kautz, Sr., Mrs. Grace Curtis and daughters, Misses Bar- bara and Mary June, and Mr. and and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and son Dicky, the latter three of Lincoln. Clarence C. Buckles of Detroit. Mich.. visited near the city over Christmas day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buckles. A son was born Dec. 16 at the Deaconess lmspital in Lincoln to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kopp, who live on the Ambrose Witt farm two miles northwest of the city; first child. The mother was for- merly Miss Alberta Deibert, daughter of George W. Deibert of this locality. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman, sons Bill and Dick were Christmas day visitors in Springfield, guests of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Degner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gus :)eckard and son John, of West Liberty, visit- ed in the city Christmas week With her sister, Mrs. Anna Mc- Kellar. Mr. and Mrs. James Pugh and daughter Jean, of this city, and Mrs. Hobart Rybolt and daugh- ter Dixie Mae, of Kenney, visited in Gilman Christmas day with Mrs. Pugh's sister, Mrs. A. J. But- ler. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kautz, who occupy an apartment in the Bertoni building on west side of square, entertained the following guests Christmas dy with a tur- key dinner: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Olsen and daughter Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Haldane, Miss Jo- an Corbie, of Be,yn, and Mrs. Rome this We Have 5c Canned Goods Enough for two Cap CORN ............... 2 for 25c Cap KRAUT ................ 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