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0 eAo x  oor PSm zw Mover p nmom zvs.Ar, L___I c_ , of Howells, Nebraska, who came I zes being awarded to Mrs Harry l .. U{[U| =pven$ to New Berlin recently to attend/J. Wible, Ennis A Downm= and , ler interest is holding upon, .. . t the funeral of their uncle, William tMrs George A Voli CI,, , .... k'ZkHZV == tculation of books is abO3Vl enmers of the Con t r ac * J Shanle ..:-. ....... r " o " . - s ,u., , -. | A miscno- .... t -_. L , WILeU southwest o Ilwere Mr and Mrs" .,^.. . .__ , ...... . ou. .J:alage Club were entertained on!Mount Pulaaki part of last week'Dis ..... " .... -- , ........ "-.. ........ theld at the home of ]tA, i " , . " Ofle a week a o FI W'e' , ternoon of Weday, Jan 'w, th another uncle Oscar han /  ' ON, .OWE /l g 15, by Mrs. Gene C. Clear. The !le, wife. and daughter is LeD-|CHICKEN DI !. ,,.,orresponoen.f ling for Miss Olive Mn o  " mm . , prlz. were awarded to Mrs. Veil-line. All the above were recent IEUGENE WECEL HO [ "  lhas since become the lh w, ford .Scroggin and Mrs. C. M. Iguests at the home of Mr. and/ A chicken dinner wa.s--served Mr. and Mrs. James Isaac will Lowell Paceley. , Jan emman. The club will meet! M. Louis Stengel, Illiopolis. /Sunday evening at the home of i celebrate their 50th wedding an-! Mr. and Mrs. Yernaan in( next with Mrs. Theodore Zimmer- I Mrs. Ethel VCaterbm T of Chi- / Mr- and Mrs. Eugene Weckel just t niversary Sunday, January 26th, and Mrs. W. B. Montg$ deat manta I cage. who had been making an ex- [east of th city the ests bein= I th open house for their friends i turned Sunday from aLatlva Lincoln Saturday evening the / tended visit in the city with her/Mr, and Mrs. Ralph VCalh, Mrs. !from 2 to 5 p. m. at the hc-ne of i wsit with Mr. and Ml ss I: representatives of the Standard/sister. Mrs. Marie Van Hook left [Lorah Z. LApp Mr and Mrs Cecil I their daughter, Mrs. Mabel Rau. iI)erricks and family rmng Off Co. of .thin district were enter- }Tuesday for Urbana to spend sev- !Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. I A miscellaneous shower, spon- I Springs, Florida. o cell rained by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. eral days' with a friend. Mrs. Stel- Beidler. sored by Mrs. Lloyd Irvine. Miss i H. B. Rowe, Mrs.  M, la Busey, before returning to her I Hazel Irvine and Mrs. Thelma and Harry Rybolt were home. GLEANERS CLASS HELD ELEC-']PION OF OFFICERS i Williams was given at the Chris- Monday and Thursday orone . . !tian church Tuesday evening for jury duty. 1, con At St. Clara's hospital in Lin- At her home on Marion street, eoln Monday, Jan. 20. a daughter Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 15, I for Mrs. Charles Emrick, Jr., for- 1 The E. T. C. Club hekse fu was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. Marie Van Hook was hostess merly Miss Evelyn Holtz. ;day meeting Thursday includ Lamb of Mount Pulaski vicinity. I to members of the Gleaners class Eighty new books have been re- home of Mrs. C. F. /trles ] Mrs. Pearl Row. formerly of of St. John's Lutheran church. A ceived at the local library and with a good attendance ants ( business session was held, officers are ready for distribution. Read- enjoyed the occasion. [ Mrs. being elected for the ensuing year,   I:)a as follows: Mrs. David Brady, president; Mrs. Gene C. Clear. Bergtrom, pinochle being played. Thoe attending from Mount Pu- laski were Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. and Mr. and Mrs. Byron chaenacker. The prizes were awaled to Mr. Sams and Mrs. chaffenacker. The Ace High Bridge Club met this city, and now of Decatur, un- derwent an appendicitis operation last Friday in the Decatur and Macon County hospital. On the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 15, the members of the Neigh- borhood Club were entertained by M. Margaret Nolan at her home on North Vine street. Five Hun- dred was played, the prize /awards going to Mr. and Mrs. A1- f bert F. Dillsaver and Frank Cope- .land. The club will meet next with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitz. GEORGE -%'=E T.KES I LMPORTANT PLAY ROLE I George Rule, son of Mr. and tMrs" Harry Rule, 321 S. VVashing- }ton street, portrayed the leading [role in Chase ;ebb's serious dra- ma. "Darkness." which was re- cent!y produced at the studio the- atre of Illinois Wesleyan univer- sity, Bloomington. Mr. Rule. junior at Wesleyan, is a pledge of Tan Kappa Epsilon, national social fraternity. Our Slumber Room ... Thursday afternoon, Jan. 16, at the home of Mrs. Chauncey E. 'lose on North Vine street. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Paul A. Gruber, Mrs. Claude owles and Mrs. John T. Hershey. Barbara Schwoerer of St. Louis, Mo., who was called here last week on account of the death of her aunt, Miss Mary Lang, re- turned to that city Sunday even- trig alter visiting for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Schwoerer. Members of the Married Peo- ples Club were entertained Friday evening ,by Mr. and Mrs. George uedmeier at their home on North Lafayette street, Five Hundred being played. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Walter A. Scha- fer and Albert F. Lipp. The club will meet next with Mr. and Mrs. lapp on South Marion street. Others from Mount Pulaski vi- cinlty who were in New Berlin re- cently to attend the funeral of a former resident, Willislm Shanle, besides those mentioned in last week's paper, were Mr. and Mr Robart Shanle, Russell Erlenbush, :r. and Mrs. Henry C. Keck, Mr. and Mrs. David Hawk. The Never-Grow-Old Society will meet at 2 p. m. Friday, Jan. 24, at the home of Mrs. Ira Veail on North Vine street. Raymond, Rudolph and Louis Shanle, and Mrs. Joseph Baumert, THE PA-MA CLUB .",lET IN AITCHISON HOME On the evemng of Thursday, Jan. 16th. tle members of the Pa-Ma Club were entertained at a 6:30 o'clock dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Aitchis'on on North Vine street. Following dinner bridge was the diversion the pri- In our slumber room the family and friends can be wifh fheir loved one in pri- vfe s long s fhey wish. going to Miss Anna Schafer. Miss Frances Vet ter and Mrs. Os-ald Brooker. The meeting in Febru- ary will be held with Mrs. Brady. hT vice-preident; Miss Emma Hagen_ SHEETs FUNERAL "flUere i" buch. secretary and treasurer. IIUIIlI in u preac Rook was then played, the prizes ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN HIPPC churc Phone 263 11 ANNUAL LOGAN COUNTy FAIR MEETING J..N. 27 The shareholders of the Logan County Fair Association will hold their annual business meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Jan. 27. at the Logan-Mason Service Co. building in Lincoln. Officers -ill present their annual reports. Nine directors will be named to succeed the following, whose terms expire: Charles Colburn, Bea,sn; Farrett Regers. Atlanta: John Danaher, Athens; Burch Lee, Hartsburg; George Meister and B. H. Keck Mount Pulaski; Alvin Ahrens, Fred J. Lanterman and James '. McGrath Lincoln. Schahl Funeral Home , Sedan Ambulance Service PHONE 23S MOUNT PULASKI HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician S I 0 Broadway Lincoln, III. ed lrch? dl are servi( l's D aching h wee] 06 w eland Phone r. d had s u Are Inwted tte Our i | die| / h Sam OYce ar rles W DEMONSTRATION OF MASSEY-HARRIS -- NEW IDEA AND CASE FARM EQUIPMENT STARTING AT 10:30 A. M. Tuesday, January 28 AT THE nrday lrles H( (r. and lily, Mr t ehildr, flY Me( ngfielcl, .and M ily and " with day. it. and led at I Harley there BROOKER FARM SALES00o00: lr. and SHOW ROOM SEE AND HEAR MASSEY-HARRIS IIATURAL COLOR FEATURING THE ! Mrs. 1 Dalen rday. [r. and yer and Sday ev er Gul MOVIE; and Ilie Guls Prairie Ramblers Christine Prairie Sweethea00 e of Ne " ter 3O VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES A Free Lunch At Noon Brooker Farm PHONE 21 MOUNT