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PAGE .TWELVB Mrs. Ida Dittmann and Mrs. : Lewis Bellatti made an auto trip to Bloomington Monday and visit- ed the former's daughter, Mrs. Larkin Allen. Mrs. Bertha Blanford came home Wednesday from O'Pallon, where she visited for one month with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Clow. More than thirty Mount Pu- laskians were in Lincoln Monday evening and Xttended tl first of the series of three book reviews being given in the chapel of Lin- coln College by Mrs. Kathryn Turney Garten. under the sponsor- ship of the women of Trinity Epis- copal church. Mrs. Garten, widely kno-n in tl field, reviewed the book, "Mr. Littlejohn," by Mar- tin Flavin, before an audience of approximately 400. Her next ap- pearance in Lincoln will be on April 28, when she will review Carl Sandbrug's book "Abraham Lincoln." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spenler and Mr. and Mrs. lbert Redeker, of Washington, Iowa, visited here from Friday to Sunday with an uncle, Charles Spenler, and Mrs. F. W. Spenler and family. Mrs. Clarence Jackson was re- moved in the Schahl ambulance frmn her home on North Marion street Tuesday Morning to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln for medical care. Circle A of the Woman's Soci- ety of Christian Service of the Methodist church will meet at 2:30 p. m. Thursday, April 3, at the hcQne of Mrs. Paul A. Gruber on East Cooke street, the assist- ing hostesses to be Mrs. Elizabeth cCain, Mrs. Oscar Shull and Mrs. Clarence Unland. The Book Club met Tuesday night at the. home of Miss Flor- ence Wagner on East Jefferson street, with Mrs. Florence Pinney as hostess. Mrs. Otto Ey reviewed the book, '2andom Harvest", by James Hilton. The next club host- es will be Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Mrs. Katherine Helen who has a government position in Indianapolis, Indiana, spent the week-end here with her and also parents, Mr. and Mrs. :elsey M. Anderson. The Easy Aces Bridge Club was entertained Tuesday night by Mrs. Dean Foster at her hbme on North Vine street. The prizes w.ent to Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Dan J. Fuhr- er and Mrs. Roman Romer. The next club meeting will be held af- ter Easter, with Mrs. LeRoy A. Halberg as hostess. The Ladies' Aid Society of the hristian church will meet at 2:30 p. . Thursday, AOril 3, with Mrs. Ellis C. Downing at her home two miles northwest of city. Mr. and rs. Harold L. Har- grave and daughter Ann visited in Streator Sunday with Mrs. Har- grave's brother, Robert Tribbett and wife. Gilbert F. Spenler went to Chi- cago Tuesday night, shipping a mixed carload of cattle and hogs over the Illinois Central. Mrs. Kittie Duff, who has been making a winter's stay in Peoria with her son Blain, spent Tuesday here, making the trip with Mrs. Ben Duff. She recently returned to Peoria from a three weeks' trip to Clewlston, Florida, with her son, Richard Duff, and wife, of Waukegan, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dean Duff. Mrs. Lorah Z. IApp of this city, president of the Logan County Federation of Women's Clubs, will furnish the program for the Bea- son Woman's Club Friday after- noon, the subject of her talk to be 'eS.Uty In Gardens." Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mlone, of Sims, Wayne County, were guests Saturday and Sunday of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells. This is a portion of the group which inspected the fine display brought here by the II!inois Central soil special Tuesday of last week. The Mount Pulaski chapter of Mr. and Mrs. Webb Beck and World War Mothers will meet at daughter Elsie, who lived on the 2 p. m. Wednesday, April 2, at the Russell Buckles farm southwest home of Mrs. Lida Rupp on North Marion street. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. Justin Whittaker, who has been living in Rockford, arrived in the city Monday  to visit for one week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Ellis. She is on her way to Jeffersonville, Indiana, where her husband is employed in the new Dupent Company plant working on government mnmuni- Mrs. Paul A. Gruber was hos- tess last Friday afternoon to the Auction Bridge Club at her home on East Cooke street. The prize awards went to Mrs. Ellis C. Down ing, Mrs. Chris Weller and Mrs. Louis E. Schafer. The next hos- tess will be Mrs. Downing. The Lutheran Workers of St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, with Miss Emma Hagenbuch at her home on West Cooke street. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mueller visit- ed in Elkhart Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Clarence Dains and family. Miss Hilma Wilham, student nurse in the Michael Reese hos- pital, Chicago, arrived home on Sunday evening to make a spring vacation visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Eerett Wilham. of the city for three years, moved Monday to the suite of rooms above the Mount Pulaski cleaning establishment on South Washfig- ton street. Rev. and Mrs. H. Wittrock, sons Arthur and John, were in Blooming ton Sunday afternoon and visited their daughter, Mrs. Carl Schvmlst and family. Fred and Earl Holmes, Richard Hayes and Harold Reynolds went to Lincoln Wednesday evening of last week where they joined a bus load of Goodrich Tire Co. repre- sentatives on a trip to Peoria The men attended a banquet given at the Jefferson Hotel. Mrs. Ida E. Staley of and son, Powell Staley of Chicago, are visiting with her son, Rev. J. Wayne Staley and family. Vernon Lee Harrison of Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry H. Har- rison of Mount Pulaski, was induct ed into the Army last week, and friends here will be interested in knowing that his present address is as follows: Private Vernon Lee Harrison, Troop B. 4th Training Squadron, Cavalry Replacement Center, Fort Riley, Kansas. Mrs. Louis Glulek of Pekin, and Mrs. Eugene Tendick of Sherman visited in the city Tuesday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam S. Hahn. MRS. JOHN DEAVERS DIES AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Henrietta Deavers, 53, wife of John Deavers, rural route one, Atlanta, died at 4 & m. Wednes- day, March 26, in Brokaw hospit- al, Bloomington. She had been failing in health for one year. Henrietta Sturgeon November 18, 1887, in : Ohio, and married John formerly of Mount coin in 1910. She was a of the Atlanta Christian Mrs. Deavers is husband; four sons daughter; father, John and four brothers and ters. The body was Sheets Funeral Home, Funeral services will 4)e the First Christian coin at 2 p. m. Saturday,! ed by Rev. L. H. Hooe lis. Burial will be in ki cemetery. J ROTARY CLUB, NOMLNATES Senator N. L. man of the placed in nomination of directors of Rotary for ing year, Frank Talmag Myrick, Wilbert Schal Schaffenacker, Gene Harry Wible. The their approval on a president and vice- be selected from the week. George A. Volle charge of the program on "Banking". Domestic mill December 1940 totaled bales compared with during the same period ORDER YOUR Easter Flc / FROM PHINNEY'S Lillles and Other Pofled Plants ' i PHONE 102 r BURNS COAL OR OA8 Are You Still PIITTIIII] IT OFF? FARMERS: If you are, you'll be sorry, and so will we You'll Need Your Tractor and Other Machinery almo# any time now and if it isn't in good repair, you will .tbse a lot of valuable time waiting for your machinery to be repaired and put in first class workincj condition. hto maffer when you bring in your work we will do our best to jet it out as jqulckly as possible, but if a couple of other fellows are ahead of you, you probably on'f cjet it as soon as you would llke. / CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT TODAY And don't get caught "short" Fred Holmes PHONE 325 MOUNT PULASKI The Range You've Been Waiting COPPER-CLA Combination Ran Time-tested Copper-Clad quality; the convenience comfort of using gas or coal; a dual oven that fectly with either fuel; modem streamlined beautY design Truly, this is the Combination Rnge you've wanted. And it is priced so reasonably that you can to own it. Come in. See it. Let us tell you all about it. C. F. SCHAFER HOW.