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APRIL 15. 1932 PAOE SEV'E. tonal Notes of Local Interest C. L. Frazier was taken sad- Sick Sunday, and her condition quite serious. She was improved Thursday. the barbers of Mt. Pulaski have on a reduction in prices on a uniform price of 25c cuts and 15c for shaves. Druhe of St. Louis, Me., in the city over Tuesday with relatives. Mr and Mrs A. Schwoerer and Miss Mary M Lincoln. of Rock Island. arrived in the city ,Vednes- on a short business trip, visit relatives and friends a e of days_ James Wyland of Chestnut was in the city Thursday. Wyland said that she ilad re- Word from Onida. South Da- that her brotherinlaw. John died on Monday, April at his home there. Chancery Notice Illinois. County of Logan, ss. he Circuit Court. May Term, A. for Partition. Assignment of Assignment of Dower. Relief. 6222. Guise. John V. Vandeventer and David E. Vandeventer VS. Hartwig, Emma Vandevent'r, Hess Vandeventer. Jessie Tufts. Goldie Bell Collins, Villiam Vandeventer. Roy Ray Center. Ah'a Edgar Vandeven- Andrew Vandeventer, Vandeventer. George Rupp of the Estate of Jacob deceased. Ira S Georgia S. Anton and The National Bank. a corporation, of the Estate of Vandeventer deceased. requisite affidavit for publica- acing been filed in the office of of the Circuit Court of said and the above named com- Its having heretofore filed of complaint, in this Court Chancery side thereof, and a thereupon having been is- out of said Court against the named defendants, returnable Third Monday of May, A. D. to the Circuit Court of Logan Illinois pV. THEREFORE. notice is given to the above named de- that the above entitled suit Pending in the Circuit Court County. Illinois. and that You shall be and appear before on the First day of the thereof, to be hotden at in the City of Lin- the County of Logan, on the of May A. D. 1932, and i Albert F. Dilisaver has taken over the Louis H, Drob::'::: Lc:q.,e. shop on west side of square. He is being assisted by Louis Han:-;n. of Chi,:ago. Mr. Drobisch was in that ;ocatica for many )'ears he has not fully decid- ed on future l,lan.;. The Ladies' AM Soc.ty of th Mt Pulaski Mett|odist HI,:S.opal clrch f will serve their next Dhi:ler in the basement of church on We Ine;day.' April 20th. Don't forget tLe (late and I place. You will (c. aam,.,'' get a good meal at a very reasonable price. ! Mrs. George S. ConneHy and son! George were in St Louis. Me.. Sun-! day evening and attended a co:cert given by the Girls' Glee Club of Wil- liam Woods College, FuR:m. Me. The Glee Club. which has just re- turned to Fulton from it: annual ! tuur. gore twelve concerts in and around St. Louis the first of the! week. Miss Dorothy Connelly i: a member of the club. Those visiting Mrs. Angetine Wa- caser and son Walter last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shilling and daughter Helen Marie. Mrs. William Schied and (laughter Jeraldine, of Peoria. Mrs. Joseph Shilling, of Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riech and two (laughters. Virginia and Nancy Ann Dr. and Mrs. James R. Rigg, of Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meister and son Julian. of Beason vicinity, aml Mrs. Mertice Meister. living south of the city. Fred Sallee. of Harvey, a Chicago submb arrived in the city Wednes- clay morning, going then to the home of his sister. Mrs. Obed Holmes. sev- eral miles east. to visit until Friday. Mr. Sallee is employed by the Illinois Central railroad. His mother, Mrs. Win. Sallee. formerly of Latham. has been living in Harvey with him, but about two weeks ago he took her to Lowville, New York. where she will make an indefinite stay with her son. Charles Sallee who is postmaster at that place. O MEETING AT NEW HOLLAND The county meeting of the Ameri- can Legion was held at the new High School building in New Holland on] Thursday night. April 7th. The I)rin- I cil,al peaker of the occasion was t Judge Lawrence B. Stringer, of Lin-] cola. 3lusic was furnished by the Logan Count)" American Legion Band. Those attending from Mt. Pulaski were Dr. C. M. Merriman, Dean Fos- ter, Errol Ryan. Harry Long, Frank Tahnadge and Ben EIv. They were acconll)anied by ArthurKolp, Jr., and Theron Zimmermann, who assisted in the band. o EXPRESSION OF THANKS The members of the War Mothers Chapter of Mt. Pulaski wish to ex- press their thanks and appreciation to those who so kindly helped them to make a success- of the Dinner served on election day. They espec- ially want to thank Thomas L. Roth- well. who untiringly gave his time to promate the sucess of their efforts. To thank those who donated trucks and ear service, and to Austin W. Schaffenacker, who so cheerfully do- i nated the use of his lovely showrtmm answer or demur to the said at the Community Motor Co. garage, same will be taken as con-]which was also greatly appreciated against you, and a decree ren-l bY the members. They also wish to g to the prayer there-(thank Harry Downing and his crew " tin the Snyder voting place--think at Lmc l' H,,i this 29th they were pleased, as they orda:ed _ " o n, ll.:: .... t three meals. To the M. E. Chur[h a ca, A D. 1932 I Board for the use of tables, an_l Joan o VINCENT JONES, IT Hershey for the chairs To the f the Circuit Court of Logan ]ladies who gave untiring anl cbe(r- :Y Illinois. ]ful service as waitresses. The! Var "t R. Humphrey, IMothers say: .,, Li:tenitlo.o't .! .t  :,* .: r for Complainant /future--we wm ' . , ;- NOTICE SATURDAY SPECIAL BIG IOc DAY lity ity Marl00et South Side Square (Home Killed Meats) Phoneal &ILMERS :--We want to buy your Buttering' tie and Veal. We want to buy your lggs; ing Beef ...................... Stew .......................... tesh Hamburger .............. tesh Side Pork .................. ork Roast ........................ ark Sausage .................... Squares .................. less Picnic Hams ...... resh Hams, whole ............ Liver ......................... Brains ........................ Hearts ....................... Frankfurts .............. Tongues ...................... - IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. lOc lb. IOc lb. IOc lb. 10c lb. 10c lb. and MT. PULASKI WEEKLY N'EWS Basketball Team That Really Is "All-American" Here Is the "All-American" ba.ketball team. No team ever bad a bHter rht to t,hat title, either, an tills q(md formed at the Los Angel Y. XV. C', A. I. composed of pretty repr(,sontativ:*s fr-m ]2 different AlwI*ric:ln [ndiafi tribes. All of the girls are graduates of tim Sherman Indian Institute, x;ho haw ecurvd Pmpl.yment In l.os Anieh.s. Scene in the Temado-Swept Regi::a of the South M-re than titr-, hondred pPrmns sere kIHi by n eri(. of torl;adovs that swc',t across five .tmthPru state mt of tile fataliti**s be, inz in Alabama. Our iilusrat|ol, /r:l:,(uitted by v';re, shc, ws the wr,:kage cf Professor Bah. c,..k's reMdence in Athens. Go, May Fibre in $100,000,000 Fight AUTHOR'S EIG CATCH ( ' bur h cla|mants to ,'1 portmn of the $1)  est,to A half-hundr d 1 itt.  " , ...... v . * of the spinster sister, El|a and Rebecca Wendel, beqttettthed to citLrlty, be- Mary Roberts ltlnehart with a tar- lle' the half-oblitetated inscription on the headstone of the grave of Mrs. pea weighing 125 pounds which slie Mary Wendel tiickey in li.nderm cemetery, near I'iitsiurgb, will play an landed after a shark had taken a idle iml)rtam part in esT.blisb:J i]ivir kishil to the N, York sisters, l.'r! Oil( of it Just ta th no, teal author was Wide, sixty-eight, a farmer near Chcswich. i: pictured ,Jmve pointing to the briliging it in. gravestone. Ills mother w::s a gmdciihl of Mr.. llickey, who died in 1810. ! t MrK ilickey W:I'; ! greql alH*t to EHa and liebecca ,Vet|del. according to '2ores FARM LOAN DIRECTOR of Mrs. llick::y'. de,:vw'.ams. New Rose Named for Olympic Games Miss Elear..r lhdm. [>i:.:; pic sv. ir,, ci|amlfi(m, with the Olympiad rose, a new type of ros(., whh:h w;;:; .xhlblted for the first time at the NJlteleelltit In- ternational lq,, :;h--, i:i (;ml Central New York. Citarles II. Totty of Madiy,n N..I. t:- r,: risible f(lr the dewdepment of the ro,,,, and hi, has flumed it in h,n,,r ,', t,. ill)inDic rues la be hehl in l.os Angeles this (Hnr2 lltUP,t.r ;t' --h,r th. t!.uer is a q(.h (,rimson. tipped with yell(w :at llenry S. (arke, Chicago banker, who has be(*u appointed hy Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde to dl. reel the tinge farm loan funds nmde av.tilable by the reconstruction finance corporation, Starting with $50,(X),000, the fund may grow to $2tX|,000,000 through t of debentu of the crlmra tion; "l farmers ate exl to hike rtdvn:tuge of tbt' 'rl loatl this e:r. i SERVICE8 AT THE NAZARENE CHURCH, M'K PULASKI Services at the Nazarene Church on East Cooke street. Mt. Pulaski, next Sunday. will be as follows: Sunday School at 2 p. m. Preaching at a p. m.. conducted by Rev. Win. Kelley, of Lincoln. Every. body is cordially invited O EXPRESSION OF THANKS I wish ta thank the voters of Pre- cinct No, I, Mt. Pulaski Township. (or the .onfldence shown me in elect- ing me to the office of Precinct Com- mitteeman at the Primary election held Tuesday, April 12th. F. W. REINDERS. o NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I have lease! the Troll Turner bar- ber shop on west side of square, the shot) in which l was formerly em- 9!,)ye:l. Hair Cuts. 25c; and Shav. 5-. A ;dmrc of your patronage 18 ;oiici ted. tIENRY DUNCAN. ...... O Yon are cor(liaily invited to attend the Dinner in the basement of the Methodist Episcopal church on Wed, ::;'lay, April 20th, to be served by O, Mr. and Mr:. William Laugher, Sr., Mrs Wilt Laughery, Jr. and Mrs. Louis Hahn. son Kenneth. and daughter Dorothy, moroted to Hey- worth Monday to see William n- lows, who is seriously sick. Wall Paver f very Room ..... Invest your rooms with a new beauty, obtainable thru re- r [ " epapermg your walls. Our collection of Spring Wall Papers contains the newest in designs and colorings, conceits that will enliven home and your pride in its beauty. Have a eood oek oi W.ll Papr o,, ha now. And can als, show amples of el er Ja]l Paper you may he interested in. lamples and stock are ready or your inspection at my home on South Lafayette St. Prices range from 10c to 18c per single roll. At| proof paper. Estimates on your work given free. 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