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PE TWO THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT P07,ASEL ILLINOIS TIIURSDAY, 1 1, MOUNT pULASrf TIME.NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postofce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WqBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Thiee Months .......................... 75c Six Months .............................. $1225 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Harold Snowden, Chicago, arrived last Friday evening and visited over the week end with her sister, Miss Sciota Horn. Harry Deibert Jr., of Lomita, Calif., arrived in the city recent- ly to visit relatives before goirg to Decatur to be with his father, Harry Deibert St. He is now em- ployed there by the Staley Co. The young man has lived on the West' Coast for 14 years, going therefrom Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Binder, Yr, and daughter Carol, of Chi- mgo, visited Saturday and Sun- {ay in Mount Pulaski with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Binder, and in De- catur with his father, Edward Binder St., and aunt, Miss Mary Binder.' Mr. and Mrs. larry E. Haines of Decatur, former resident of of Decatur, called on friends in Mount Pulaski, Monday. Mrs. Maude Brashear, Spring- field, visited in the city Friday and Saturday with her sister, Mrs Theodore Aderman. Over 30 members of the Zion Luth. church were in Springfield last Sunday, Feb. 25, attending the' Lutheran Hour broadcast at the State Armory. 4,000 people from aSl over central Illinois at- tended. Mr. and Mrs, P. J. Hoffman Jr. and son Dennis of San Francisco, .... Calif., visited on NOrth Spring from Sunday to Wednesday with relatives, Mrs. Myron Eggers and r Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wachte. M,Sgt. David Herrin, army air force and stationed at Waco Tex and his wife, who had been visiting for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbertie Ayers, and at Buffalo with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Herrin, left Monday on the re- turn trip to Texas. Mrs." Mary D. Good of Spring- field is visiting her daughter, C. M. Merriman. Mrs. Paul E, Beidler returned home Monday from Chicago fol- lowing a visit of more than a week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Brittain. Miss Myrtle Ridgeway, Spring- field, visited southwest of the city, Sunday, with her sister, Mrs. Ray Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Hein, Jr., of Peoria, were in the city Satur- day enroute to Chestnut to visit the week end with his parent Mrs. A. F. Lipp and Mrs. Wil. ford Scroggin Sr., were visitors in St. Louis, Mo., Saturday and Sunday. Miss Noretta McVey, Larry Lee McVey, Mrs. Christina McDaniel and Bertha Louise Pope, Spring-: !field, spent Sunday with Mr. and i Mrs. Allen McVey. Barbara Hargis, student at the r Eastern Illinois State College, I spent the week.end with her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hargis Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Edwards and son Larry of Amboy, visited in Latham Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O. Wilson. They form- erly lived in Mount Pulaski. Ray Wylie of Decatur was a visitor in the old home city Sun. day. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Oglesby and daughter, Miss Reva, and Miss Julia Nealy of Cornland, made an auto trip to Chicago last Thursday and visited the former's daughter, Mrs. Donald Lauskowaski and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth, dau- ghters Harriet and Doris, who have been living on a 'qVlike" Schlachter farm four miles east and a mile south of the city, moved last week to the Mrs. Em- ma Sallee place, six miles east of the city. Mrs. Jeannie Vetter of Gettys- burg, S. D., who has been visit- ing in Austin township with the John Johnston family, was a guest last week of Mrs. Lena Wachter. Friday they went to Chestnut and visited Mrs. Emma Leesman and Emil Buehler. Mrs. Vetter is also visiting other rela- tives and friends here and in Latham. She expects to return home soon. Elmer Laughery was re-elect. ed for a two.year term as Logan county representative to the Southern Illinois Breeding As- sociation at a county meeting Feb. 20, in Lincoln. John Bryson Jr., Everett Cherry, Eldon Ethel and John Woodrum I of the Cornland community, went to St. Louis, Mo., Thursday night[ of last week and witnessed the l hockey game between the St.] Louis and Indianapolis teams. St. [ Louis won. i Mrs. Edwin Rentschlert Chest. I nut, visited in Chicago Monday and Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Puls. She had ac- companied Mrs. Merritt Williams on an auto trip to that city. Mrs. Williams remained for a visit of several days with her dau- ghter, Miss Jean, and also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Brittain. George $. Smith has been nam- ed executor of the will of the late Mrs. Delilah $. Schmitgen, of Lincoln, who left $7,500 in real estate and $4,000 in personal property. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guffey and family, who have been liv- ing near Broadwell, moved to a farm near Athens last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Allsup and son John, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allsopp were in Springfield Monday afternoon where they at- tended the funeral services of Mrs. Dora Maybury, 78, held in St. John's Lutheran church. Buri- al was in Oak Ridge cemetery. Mrs. Maybury was the mofher of Mrs. John Allsopp. She died on Thursday, Feb. 22, in her home. A native of Lincoln, she had l lived in Springfield 60 years. Here is the address of a local  soldier: Cpl. Burdette Maske, E.R. 16289436, Post Locator, Camp Car- son, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Payne and son Willard, west of the city re- turned Tuesday from an auto trip to California. They visited in I Oxnard with their daughter, Mrs. Willis E. Holmes Jr., and family, and in San Diego with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Holmes St. "OLD MACK" WILL BE MISSED BY YOUNGSTERS This is an item about an old brown horse that was 25 years old. The animal was owned by Elbertie Ayers on South Spring street, and died Wednesday night of last week. All the kids in the south part of the city feel mighty sad about it, as all of them have ridden bareback on LINCOLN @ ILLINOIS THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORP. M,I00 E.L. ROTHWELL T H E A T R E REAL l ] il | AUCTIONEER M orch 2 and 3 "THE SHOWDOWN" Farm and Farm Sales with Phone 72 Mount Pulaski William Elliot, Walter Bren- nan, Marie Windsor "  C    i . SUNDAY - MONDAY Morch 4 and 5 MAT/NEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. STAG (In Technicolor) with i Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Eddie Bracken, Gloria De- Haven, Marjorie Main SELECTED SHORTS ,i . ill WEDN]LgDAY - THURSDAY Mare 7 and 8 Emergency Wedding American Legion Post 447 .... ' , CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Old Mack , and feel that theY]SPRiN G DINNER MARCH IS have lost an old friend, l--TheC-ha-m-,ero--f Co-ne---rce-wll] --  l hold a spring dinner in the Leg' WORDS OF APPRECIATION lion Home on Monday evenly.. urmg the time i was a pati-j March 12 Tickets are available ent in the Deaconess hospital in | from Robert Dittus secreta, Lincoln, and since returning to | ' "':- my home, I received many cards, letters, flowers and gifts from friends and relatives and I really appreciate their kindness. I want to express my sincere thanks. William Opperman. BIRTHS . Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Parrish, Buffalo Hart are the parents of twin daughters, born Feb. 21, in St. John's hospital, Springfield. A daughter was born Friday, Feb. 23, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs John Waddell of this vicinity. THE BEST BY TASTE TEST Need Eye Care? Dr. Stephen Gard, OPTOMETRIST is in Mount Pulaski TODAY mad EVERY DAY from 5 to 9 P. M. OFFICE AT MISS ROSE GULSO'S HOME Ey Examinatio n with or without appointment Also, Glasses Repaired or Adjusted For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski See OOOOOO EVERETT CARPENTER and BUILDER For Screen Wire COPPER - ALUMINUM . GALVANIZED WE MAKE NEW and REPAIR OLD SCREENS.. HOW TO HIT FOUR KEYS AND SPELL e/Ce_$  Hit them in this order TUESDAY. MARCH 6 Do it regularly. That's one way many people spell success. Start your savinKs account here. LEGION HOME with " (FISH WILL BE FRIED BY OBED HOL.ES) Larry Parkn, Barbara Hale ...... Una Merkel, Willard Parker $1.25 Plate Serving at 6:30 P.M. The First .National Bank