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Local Events Mrs. Hazel Tener went to Chi- cago Sunday for a few days' vis- "it with her daughter, Miss Mar- garet Tener. Paul Ross, stationed at CCC Camp Galesburg, near that city, visited here Saturday and Sunday with his pa'ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Russell Ross. Mrs. Williazn D. Lindsay of Morris. is mking an extended stay in the city with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Walter Greenfield, and family. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield and son Jack and Mrs. Lindsay made an auto trip to Morris and called on friends. Donald Ross, son of Mx. and Mrs. Russell Ross, who attended the township high school, has lone to Clinton to stay with rel- atives and attend high school there, starting last week. He spent Saturday and Sunday at home here. Mxs. Everett Schafer of De- Valentine's Day Surprise Mr. and Mrs. John Buckles and Jerry Warren, of Detroit, Michi- gan, visited in Havana from Fri- day to Sunday with the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles. They were accompanied as far as Mount Pulaski by Clar- ence C. Buckles, who visited southwest of city with his pax- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buckles. Starting back to Detroit Sunday trait, Mich., who has been visit- surprise for "8londie" fJnat comes from "Deqwood's" heart. The ing in the city for ten days with l Bumsfe,ds, played on screen and radio by Arthur Lake and Penny her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sincjlefon, are heard over CBS network Mondays. K&ut, and other relatives, will '-------.-.- leave Friday for her home. ax - in city from Saturday to Tuesday Feb. 7, it the home of Mrs Oran and Mrs. William Voelker with her narents  o,a ,, i,-, .......... . ---, ......... I  , . ,,,, a. i. zxggan on wesi: Jefferson uzu sons, o enney wclmty, ws- Henry J. Mayer. I street . ited near the city Sunday wit-hl _ I - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marten and Mr. and Ms. Frank Horn and I Fred W. Grover, retired Illinois family, family, living in south part of the i Central r "aiin)ad man, was in Ha- city, had as dinner guests Sunday lvana recently and visited his " The members of the Neighbor- Mrs. Frances Tomlinson and brother, W. S. Grovea-. hood Club met on the evening of daughter, Joyce Ann, Miss Wini- Jan. 29 at the home of Mr. and fred Loetterle, Miss Katie Keil lrs. Charles Schmitz on East and Miss Anna Roth. Coake street. Five Hundred was afternoon the group was joined by 2qbSDAY, Detroit, Mich.Mrs. Schafer. Fairhope, Birks. From Rock an, Mr. and Mrs. Bud and Mrs. Roy. Barnes, Jimmy Moram Lincoln--H. B. Mason City--F. G. I . VVapella--H. S. Mrs. Cecil Buckles, who expects I to visit there for several days Mormence---Lee Peoria--Philip I w}th her son. ' I Jean and Billy Mrs. Lottie Hahn was in Lin- Decatur--E. A. coln last Friday and underwent Mae Schiltz, Barbara minor surgery at the Deaconess l Mount Pulaski--M_rs.: hospital. Lucille Combs, Mrs. J. I i Josephine Taylor, John I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lyons were Henry J. Mayer. in Chicago Sunday and Monday land visited relatives, also on bus- iness for their store. I ABRAHAM LINCOLN MEMORIAL SHRLNE Dwain, Cecil and Irene Marten, and Kay McGee, of this locality, attended the hosnecoming events at Kenney high school Saturday evening. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian chumch met this Thurs- day afternoon at the home of MI. Frank E. Turley on North Spring street. The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp on North Washington street so as not to conflict with the regular meeting of the Library club on Feb. 4. Five Hundred was the tliversion, the going to Mrs. John T. Her- hey, Mlns. Albert F. Dillsaver and Miss Anna Fuhrer. The next host- e will be Mrs. Margaret Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Foss- an, who left here a nttmber of weeks ago for Spaland to reside, visited in city last Friday with her father, Walter Row, and in the country with the farmer's broth- er, ]Iwood Van Fossan. Mr. and Ms. Philip Homerin] and son Robert, of Peoria, vi-ited I People visiting and registering Married life is a series of comic surprises for the Bumsfeads in at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Columbia network's "81ondie" stories, but here's one Valentine's Day I Shrine in he Mount Pulaski pub- j lic square since January 29th in- I clude the following: / Peru, Indiana--Mrs. Allen Cain. played, and the prizes were Mr. and rs. Roy Carte were awarded to Mrs. John T. Hershey, business callers in Springfield Mrs. Georg Rpp and Fred W. Tuesday afternoon. Kemmaer. The next club meeting will be held with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Martin of Middle- Fank Copeland. town visited in this city last week with her son, Orville 'E. Martin, Oscar Heckel departed Monday and family. for San Diego, California, to seek employment in government con- Mrs. Stella Bozarth, of Elwood, struction work. Nebraska, who had been visiting in Lincoln for six weeks with her sister, . Adam Walker, and who also was in Mount Pulaski to see her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Harper, and sev- eral friends, left Lincoln last Thursday for Maline to spend sev- eral days at the home of her brother, Fred Matthews, before returning home. She lived in Mount Pulaski during part of her girlhood, formerly being Ml Stella Matthews. Her late hus- band, Oscar E. Bozarth, was a resident of Mount Pulaski and vi- cinity for a number of years. Dr. Fred W. Poeinders, ohinmen of the Logan County Republican Central Committee, w a s i n Springfield last Thursday on busi- ness at the State house. T h e Never-Grow-Old Society will meet at 2:30 p. m. Friday, C00V00666 UCD.TJIETS. SAtYl, NOSE 01 Announcing My Candidacy The Ace High Bridge Club met last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. len Ogiesby on East Jefferson street. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Fred W. Zelle, : of Chestnut, Mrs. Chris Weller and Mrs. John T. Hershey. The next hostess will be Mrs. Frank Cope4and. FOR We Are A Walgreen lslt Us When in FEUER Lincoln. -- CLOSING-OUT 4!, miles norfhwest of Mount Puleski, Illinois, THURSDAY, FEB. 14 10:30 A. M. 2 HORSES, II CATTLE: and IM Lunch Served on the qrounds TERMS OF SALE:---CASH Donald W. Snyder, COL. WOLPERT: Auctioneer SUPERVISOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP SUBJECT TO THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS To 8e Held SATURDAY: Fi:BIUARY 15 Your Vote a.d Suppoff Will Be Greatly Apprec;afed ALBERT F. DILLSAVER THERE'S BEAUTY IN EVERYDAY THINGS -AND BEAUTY CAN BE PRACTICAL, T00! It's inexpensive to Remodel Farm Buildings Modern term buildings are not only handsome fo see, but they are a praical investment. They last longer, are more durable and accomplish more than do the old, dilapi:dated buildings that may be on your |and. Remodeling costs are far less than you mghf expect. Why not ask us for a free esfi, mate on remodeling your old farm buildings? ---PHONE 30--- MOUNT PULASKI GRAIN & ELEVATOR