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ramAr  is. as wr. ew--smwmm,y, ........ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: . o . OPEN DOOR Robert Altchmon, President of the First National Bank, Dmd Sunday, April 10, 1932 tt&apos; Y DEAR," advlml Enid's moth- t Vl er. vou would be a very fool- ,,, To Save With Safety is never a bargain if the QUALITY is inferior. called cheap products may even endanger 's health. You can feel absolutely safe buy at your Blue Ribbon Store because, prices are low, Blue Ribbon qnality is ed. Dates:--Aprll 15th & 16th Flour, 5 lb. bag 17c; 24 lb. bag ...... 63c 48 pound bag .......................... $1.25 and fluff),, and that means success in all your baking. it for cakes. Flour, 5 lb. bag 15c; 24 lb. bag ........ 48c 48 pound bag ........................ 95c that is seldom equalled. Every bag is GUARAN- satisfy. Tomato Soap, No. 1 can 8c; 3 No. 1 cans 22c )ben Oregon Prunes, No. 2 can ......... 18c 2 No. 2 cans ....................... 35c groves of the far A'est come these delicious prunes. 2 packages ....................... 25c and for in-between meals the children enjoy tt! per package .......................... 15c package .............................. lc popular cereal that brings wholesomeness to every lc SALE:--A full size package of Wheaties for only when you buy the first pa(.kage at the regular 15c. Here's a 30c value lor 16c. Don't miss IL Cheese, per pound ................... 21c Wisconsin Cheese. Open and soft-cutting, Kraut, No. 2/; can _: .............. 10c Kraut is prepared by experienced people who know make it flavory and tender. Spinach, No. 2 can .............. 18 no grit. You'll like both the appearance and flavor of Spinach. Tea, 4-oz. package .............. 19c Green, or Black Orange Pekoe. Be particular about you serve. Blue Ribbon Tea is imported directly Orient. Soap, 10 bars ..................... 28c Preserves, 15-oz. jar 18c; 2 15-0z jars_ 35c fresh fruit and sugar--nothing else! l-lb. package 13c; 2-lb. package. 21c of these fine crackers always on hand. per pound ...................... 10c e food value in these selected peanuts. They delicious and economical lh ::irl not In accept your uncle's sen- ! Although well advanced In year lthe busine interests of ML Pulaski erosity, lie has to take the trip to and walking upright and with a for so many years, all the brininess Imdon and wanlt; you with him. It sturdy tread like many who were houses were closed during the time will =ice you a chance to meet many several years younger, and being [ of the funeraL men on t.mrd ship and I have no doobt among his friends almost dally for J There was an unusually large num- many years, the death of Mr. Robert ber of relatives and friends from out- you will Come back quite rdy to Attchison at 12:25 p. m., Sunday. of-town who came to attend the mnr- ,,,rg Danbury." April I0, 1932, at his home on North funeral, coming from Springfield, De- "I know I ought to love him. moth- Vine street, Mr. Pulaski, Illinois, catur, Lincoln, Wyoming, Sparland, er. and his money couhl, perhaps, do came as a distinct shock to everyone, L Prairie, Peoria, Quincy, Mattoon a lot f,r Edwardbnt I Just can't Mr. Altchison, as president of the and Carthage and Nauvoo. A. J. n,0<, up my mind." First National Bank, was a familiar .Beger. eL Nauvoo, a former partner "H is dtfli(aflt, my daughter." agreed figure in the busine circles of ML of Mr. Altchisen in the drug business .M Walker, "hut after all George la Pulaski. When he finished his regu- in that city from 1877 to 1894, was iar dally duties on Saturday, April also here to pay his last sad respects a thoroughly gml man. has heaps of 2(1, In the banking institution where to a departed friend and former btml- ran.or, and I thlJk you would be hap- he had spent so many active and iness associate. py with him in a year or two." :useful years, little did anyone real-] Enid sighed. "'es, I uppoge it Is lze that this was to be the comple-.  mutt, lhe same. In a few )ears time, ties of his life's work. On Sunday] CARD OF THANK8 so Ion= as one married # considerate he was taken sick with influenza, ! The family of the late Robert type of man." but by the middle of the week seem. Altchlson wish to thank the many So Enld went ,n the o'ean trip with ed to be improving, when he suffered friends and neighbors for their kind- Uncle llenrv. (:rze l)m:bnrv r,t an attazk of the heart, and in a ness and sympathy In their hour of " weakened condition gradually grew trouble. bet groat sheaf8 of flowers and bas- worse, the final summons coming kets of fruit on the day ,f departure during the noon hour last Sunday, .... and Enid felt reamably sure that passing away at the age of 79 years, upon her retirn she would g'ive him 9 months and 25 days. tlte promise he wanted. Iut deep In Robert Altchtson. son of David and her heart she kaew that the great big Mar). Attc'hison, was born in Strat- thing cail:d love was not in her life haven. Scotland, June 15, 1852. He nnd Hint lack of money and her ltttle was the last of a family of eleven brother's crippled stale were the ra- children. At the, age of six years, he fms for deeishm, was brought with the family to the h, met matv men on tmard ship United States, and settled in Wood- and found herself studvtng thn awl stock, McHenry county, Illinois. * later moving to Marshall county. He compari then! with Gwge Danbury began his business career in Nauvoo, as a wslble future mate. She wa lated on the Mississippi Death of John Erlenbush of St. Louis, Mo. John Erlenbush. aged 75 years, who river in was born In Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, De- Exehmlve colors to match every whim, every mood, evel7 new sprtng frock in ]00urnrn?nq B00rd ?ULL FASHIONE.D tlO$1tKY In addition to their fashion features and in- imitable beauty of texture they are reinforc.i so as to give longer and more Imtifaetory w. SIIEEREST CilIFI,)NG or SEMI-SERVICE 'EIGIIe; by his family, and at the bank, Blue Ribbon Butter--It's Better Butter I She went down on her kns anl where he was counselled so often In a new display -- jttst reeelved. nslng all her wisdom oer the tryin the west part of Illinois, in 1877, e cember 13, 1856, lmsed away at a '1 . to q.95 Pair problem but the more she tried to re:tl- tabllshing a drug store, which he hospital tn SL Louis, Me., Thursday, lze the future the mewe conful It perated until 1894. In 1892 he as- April 7, 1932. The remains were hecme, sisted in tile organization of the Flest brought to ML Pulaski Sunday morn- Clear'00 Sh S ins, being taken to the Hershey fu-i O ore They reached l.ondon 'afoly nnd State Bank of Nauvoo, and was nerai home, where funeral services t Uncle Ileal- was ohliged to tend busi- conaected with it for several year as stockholder and director. He were held at 1:30 o'clock Monday .... ' ' .... ' ...... 'L hess much of the time. (,nsequently served as treasurer of Hancock afternoon, April llth, conducted by Eoid was left to wander about by tier- county from 1894 to 1898, and was John's Ev. Lutheran church. Appro. i elf. The idea of going back to New twice made postmaster at Nauvoo, tn priate solos were sung by Miss Viola. York and mar-Ing (l[re tronh!cd 1879. and in 1889. Also lie was at Drobtsch, the organ accompaniments ..... her night and day. She felt that Ed- one time made member of the Board being played by Mrs. J. H. Stuart. ward mizht be curl if they could pay of Trustees of the Illinois School for for the services of a great splalist, the Deaf at Jacksonville. The interment was made In the Mt. Pulaski cemetery. The pall bearers Every crippled man she saw stahhed In the year 1899 Mr. Altchlson was were Perry H. Harrison, Jacob Er- lOR RENT--Residence property oa her, for Enid could see little l-hvard named cashier of the First National lenbush, Ralph Buckles. William H. North Vine street (paved), ML rowing up a helpless cripple and site Bank of ML Pulaski. and took up his .Cooper, Henry C. Keck. and John F.: laski; house in beat of conditinn, herself in a ysttion to perhalm pre- residence immediately in this city. Cravens, the latter of Williamsville For particulars, Phone 97 Purple, vent It. In 1907 he was made president of .vicinity * Mr. Pulaski, or write Wm. E. Dtt- the bank. and so remained until his John Erlenbush was a son of Mr. tus, 216 Delavan St., Lincoln, IlL Enid found herself frequently visit- death, and it is truly said that he and Mrs. Jacob Erlenbush, Pioneer .... lng the wonderful phi ehurchew---gt, contributed largely to the success of residents of Mr. Pulaski. When a ROOM FT)R RENT-In desirable !- Paul's, Westminlster, St. James--and that institution in the community, young man he located in St. Louis, cation, near public square/Mrk finding In the shadowed, silent wails a In Peoria, Illinois, on October 14, and had made that city his home W.H. Stafford. Phone 255 .... great amount of spiritual help. 1880, Robert Attchlson was united in ever since. He was the last of that And titan her feet led her into the marriage with Miss Mary A. NtcM, family, being preceded  death by LOST--One crystal ear bob, betweert door of aid St. Martin's in the field--- who prece:led hfm in death in April, three brothers. George, Jacob and my home and Graxle Schl. Phone .. that church whose doors are never 1925. Three children survive him, as Christian Erlenbush, and one sister, 211.Mrs. Carl Llpp. shut., night or dqy. to the worn and follows: Robert D. and Brooks R. Mrs. Kate Artz. He is survived by ,, 'weary. Human driftwo,d, Ssl ,,n Aitchison. of Mt. Pulaski, and Mrs. two sons and three daughters. STRAWBERRT--TS"__ Now t the cushion, "found safety, rest and Harold Trapp, of Lincoln. He also the time to plant your Strawberry leaves to mourn his departure, five -  Plants. We can give you the Sel help throngh the dark night, grandchildren. Miss Dale Aitchtson, CARD OF THANK6 ator Dunlap at 90c per hundred; Enid slipped In softly and found a Brooks Aitchison, Jr., and Robert We wish to express our sincere Premier, $1.00 Ir hundred. Thes seat in a darkened corner. A great AtchisOn. of Mt. Pulaski, and Harold thanks to our many friends for their two plants are the bet for th surge of emotion swept over her arid and Robert Trapp, of Lincoln, also kindness and sympathy extended in section, and produce abundant made her conselons of a tremendous many other relatives and good ,our hour of bereavement, in the crops of beautiful, large, red bey- and wonderful power working within friends, death of our beloved father, John rtes, of very fine quality. Place . the walls of that old church. There Mr. Attchlson's business connec Erlenbush. der at once before these i was tragedy, de, pair, poverty, parred tfons in Mt. iaisskl and in the court- The Children. plants are all sold. Phone 64.-- i and besmir:hed brMies of human b ty loade him a host of friends In cen- Capps Nursery, Mt. Pulaski. HI, lngs. Yt underneath and ronnd tral Illinois, who deeply regret his ! nimut all a spirit of exaltation. Imsslng. He will be greatly missed i fouml herself prsyln.- for entlghtment, and asked for advice, t From McDonald Farm seeking the path which slle shonhl Mr. Aitchison was a member of - 8 i take and thereby do the turret g,l tlic Masonic Frat:-nlty. Knights Tem- Per Quart C during her span of life. Sl,e prayed, ptar, and Independent Order of Odd tu,. for tllcme other lmr souls that Fe!iow. And he was always willing 11it8 lld Ve,bll  Alwig ]g"-t' were so utterly, bolwlly dejected, that you shmld know that his politt* U YOUR  FOg &l:gH 0 lp/- 'rJ[kDW.- Enid found herlf weeping softly, cal affiliations were with the Repub- . She didn't know exactly whybut can Party. When the stress of the Perhaps she felt that a way was being World War was upon us, he served as the president of the Mt. Pulaski K. S. Grocery opened up for her to follow. Perhaps unit of the 1 Crs, and was also she had drawn nearer her God and he at!ve in each Liberty q-,oan drive. was showing her a path. I Mr. Attchison was a man of firm ' She did not start when she felt the conviction, with the stern and un- young curate's hand drop lightly, us- compromising honesty, and adher- deratandlngiy, on her shoulders, but ence to Ideals, which characterized she looked up and Into the most kind- the old Scotch Covenanters from ly eyes abe had ever ympa- which he sprang. He was exceed- thetlc, helpful and plainly asking l-r lngly generous and many an act of for the  of her wping, charity was performed by him in hls Side Square Phone 21 Mt Pulaski News ham, M C. E. Peuneman and Mrs. Ernest Crlland carried the flowers. MAKE PLAIN CAKE RICH WITH CHOCOLATE FLAVOR of Interest qutet helpful way whlch only accl- Interment was made in the Elkhart She had watched him going slowly dentally became known even to the cemetery, about the church, offering words of members of his own family, i Among those from a distance who.' help here and a bit of money there--- Modest and unostatloue In his way, came to attend the funeral, were Mr.  a man happy In the performance of he still malntalned with pride and and Mrs. W. S. McCue, of Spring-lhi s duty, ly firmness his views and prin- feld; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanterman. ; Before Enid knew It she was tellt.qg cfples, his mode of life, and his dis- Ill., April 14.At the an- election held Saturday Criland was elected H. Lambern. of Phila- sickness and following the deah of are asking of yourself." the young Methodist Episcopal church at 1:30 has been spending a our beloved wife and mother, Mreurate admitted. "marriage without o'clock Wednesday afternoon, April here with her friend, Mrs. James T. Irving. Laura Nichoison, and, Cornland lllinoo i love. But, on the other hand, pure 13th, conducted by the pastor, Ray. Mrs. Lamberson was James T. Irving and Family. love matches are not always happy, Harry M. BIout, and assisted by a Corniand public school. [ ,  . many people seek personal happi- former Pastor and good friend, Rev. Brachear has returned [ " iness In marriage rather than iklng James E. Reynolds, of Vlrden, lill. AT ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH i upon it as the ffepplng s,'one toward noi Wilbur Stoll rendered two solos, "In the Garden" and "Ablde Decatur following a visit The Ladies' Aid Society of the Zion the fulfillment of a greater destlny.  With Me." the accompanlments be- Weeks with her daughter Ev. Lutheran church will meet in flour Cas. Enid looked up with such sudden lng played by Mrs. Lorah Z. Llpp. tar or other the basement of the church on the eomprehension In her big eyes ttmt As an evidence of the friendship and  teaspoons baking shortening umber from here attended afternoon of Thursday, April 21st, the young curate smiled. He had not high esteem In which the decedent powder l egg, unbeaten A Bryson's adminis-with Mrs. H. Wittrock as hostess, underestimated the worth of tht was held, the funeral services were t teaspoon salt % cup milk sale south of Lake eo i - - I young girl who had ught light in oh! largely attended, taxing the seating 1 cup sugar V teaspoon vanilla P pie are interested in The News Is unable to give the ! SL Martln'a in the Field. His work capacity of the church. There was Sift flour ouce, measure, add baking their former towasm Primary Election figures this week. had made of him a keen reader of hu- an unusual large number of beauti- ;, of Springfield: .... o   men possibilities. "You would not he ful floral offerings, tokens of love powder d salt, sift together three Republican nomiua- On Wednesday the Community here," he added gently, "If yon were and realmcL The interment was tlme. Cream butter thoroughly, add made in Mt Pulaak! cemetery. At sugar gradually. Cream together until s Attorney of 8aura, Motor Company had a new V-8 Ford one who could marry ,r money and the grave the ritualistic services of light and fluffy. Add egg. ben! thor. Mrs. D. G. Lanterman and son Verne, him about her problems and her erlp- like of sham and circumlocution. succeed Raymond Luster- of Elkhart; Mrs. Frank Edwards and : I not a candidate. Mrs. I-L C. Mclnturff, of Williams- I pied brother nnd Danbury and all that He was of the stock of the pin- ! -- her marriage to him might mean to all nears, and true to their traditions thMUrs" Lee Edwards and ' ville" I [: VR housewife has a prized cake tternut, Wisconsin. re-t o members of bet" family, he lived his life. And steadfast In recipe for special occasions l:ut .sir home Wednesday. af-| CARD OF THANK8 He listened quletly as else used te his faith, passed on to leave a sense cakes baked every Saturday for daily ot several days in Corn-I W " - ......  e wmh to express our heartfelt ; the outpourings of the heart and all of loss and regret, but wtth beautiful oeen caueo sere on ac-, - - memories in his cemmunity and to family needs mast be ecmmmtcal as death of her mother I thanks to the many good neighbors the tlme Enid felt herself being drawn his friends to whom he was ever a well as temptlug " I -. and friends for their acts of kindness toward him. loyal as they to htm.  How fortunate therefore that choco ..rvh, g. and sympathy extended during the "This Is a tremendous tmcriflce you Funeral services were held at the Late flavor is a family favorite. Chocolate works wouders either with a simple family cake or one for special occasions. A chocolate frosting makes the plainest cake tempting, while a chocolate batter makes your stmplest cake rich. One.Egg Chocolate Layer Cake $ cup sifted cake 4 tsblepoons but. Add chocolate to mllk In do.Me boiler and beat, When ehoeoiste is melted, beat with rotary egg beater until blended. Sift flour w|tb sugar: add a small amount of chocolate mix- ture, stirring until smooth. Return to double boiler, ck until thickened, Add butter and vantlla. Cool. Spread on cake. This frosting cover tops an sides of two 9.1nch layers. Chocolate Cup Cakee (2 eggst 1 cups sifted I cup sugar cake flour 2 eggs, well beaten It& teaspoons bak. 1 teaspoon vanilla fng powder t& cup milk teaspoon salt 2 squares unsweet- % cup butter or ened chocolate "other shortening melted and eoole Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, sail SIR together three tiros, Cream butter thoroughly, add sugar gradually. Cream together until :lght and fluffy Add eggs and vanllla Beat well, Add flour, alternately with milk, a small amount at a time. Beat after each addition until smooth. Fold in chocolate. Pour Into greased muffin pans, filling two-thirds full. Bake i moderate oven (375oF,) 15 mlnute Cover with Soft Chocolat FreaUng, Decorate with chopped nuts, deeo ettes, coconuL or dealg of mett chocolate, Makes 20 eakH, You will find that t.zes cakes serv with truh falt in  er stew lt will m.*:e a what It tan give. I think you tore ML Pulaski Lodge No. 87, A. F & A. this chap--le hlm with so big a love M., were conducted by Jean Wylie, that you have been afraid of It--afraid of Decatur, and were very lmpre- that you could not gle aim measure siva. There was also a Commandery for measure--afraid tat hL wealth Escort of Past Commanders of ML would stand between you, and I thing Puluskl Commandery No. $9, Knights TeIP.I. The pall bearers were Dr, . . errtman, Lelgh W. lateas, 00.nk 3.00ey. H.rry Do00lng. rana . nyder and Dr. O. S. Con. nelly. In eharge of the y bea tlful flowers were Mrs. Dean Foster, rs. George A. Voile and Mrs. Mor- rell DelberL Members of the Order of Eastern Star attended the funeral As a mark of the  relqt foe fMr: Alteh. and the fact that he nan been so close!y Identlfle4 wlth! car on display at the showroom. I of Mrs. James T. Irvlns. John Erlenbush. living in the south services of Mrs. James part of the city, who underwent a who died at her home in serious operation about two week on Thursday morninlL ago at SL Clara's hospital ilz IAncoln, held at the Corniand is gradually improving. church at 1:30 --  that he Is giving you time to real- afternoon, April 9th, Henry j Suedme - 17J---all this. P,.ev. Kelth Loveless, of Ph* ....... "- - ter and  G. ??:.er_ tor of the Lt.m-'g./ Lincoln Thureday . a' yennz o?.te .rmed on down  uy ltev P-rank Pre/-  -,-,--, yu me way iome about [rm ame of tn OlO cnuren and Enh]'s ar the present immr= io*:t-ne _th_e_ y re.heal the ml- eyes followed him with an Inten. mm were a by Mrs. Cr'eek b;tdTe,'th'm_g aer the Deer glow of happiness in them. He had by a .o.thbo.00 ' "lc00ed o00.ed tbe ,.eat um_encs I)elng some aamage to the car. blt-tlh''" 's of love for her to enter, and somewhere tmtl /anterma ,ttmats =  in Mlse *,,,- .--. ...... emmlmd lth only a tsw ,: t soft dl_nee she saw the re- --- ,m .racaes. ""  tier, ted mlle a Danlmrfn ;',s. oughlyo Add flour, alternately with milk, a small amount at a time. Beat aster ech addition until smooth. Add flavoring. Sake in two greased 9-inch layer Pans in moderate oven (375o!L) $ minutes, or In greased loaf Dan, fxSx laches, In moderate oven (350- IPr re.Inures- Double recipe for three ucn myers. Spread with Soft Choc, olate Freatlng. M ChOcolate Fro.lng 4 sqsrl unsweet, I tblealmons flour ened chocolate, I eup augsr ..cut In plee 2 tabl bnt. t-A etlim milk tar 1 teaspoon anilla