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LOCAL HAPPENINGS Edward Allen, wife and son, ,vY) occupied the Ralph Meister plato o:t South Marion street, mov- ed last Friday to Blue Mound, where he is now enployed as fore- man in the Chevrolet garage. He had been working here for the Chevrolet Sales, he Ao of popcorn which had llle 1 -*- ._ ,,uged m the ear of Bar- a-a Jean W" ! da,,~L, flham, two-year.old t rLr of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil i ot Mount Pulaski vicinity,- A g&apos;oup of h)caI Odd Fellows ;a Tuesday by Dr. .i made a trip to Clinton Tuesday removed Cox E., l in St. Clara's hospital, in i evening in a Haro!d L. Hargrave .leIn" ;bus and attend:d the district Odd been'r Wilford Rvan who had ._ ,! Fe!tws meeting, comprised of  patien --Y-- ' .... l locles in DeWitt and IJ)an coun- mOllth.  more Lnan ree , . - ,. ' In St C1 ..... i tws. I. .... a.ra S i .Oln, returned Saturda.. to he'( "] Mr. a,d Mrs. Henry J. Kautz. I.,a n South Spring street. I Jr., who pur(.ha:ed the Hemy U r.ence Holmes, who left for I prperty on North Lafayette St., o..oleg , California during- tholduring the winter, sold the place gow " worl< as a carpenter on Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'rent construeti ' " ' - ..... c -e eataPs arrived on m army ShMhamme, xh,) expect to rn) day. ' home last Thurs- there during April from their far and Mrs. Rolla Shively and Who occupied an apart- in the Times-News building. laat Week to the Robert cottage on North Washing- four miles noYtheast of Mount Pu- laski. The She!lhammer farm will be occupied by their son Emmitt, and wife, wN) were recently mar- ried. Eugene Downing. agricultural vacated a few days before instructor in the Indianola high h and Mrs. Norman Thaxton scb)oI, made a short Easter time e latter's daughter, Miss lvisit northwest of the city with E ngland, who moved to his parents Mr and Mrs. Ellis C. Mr. Thaxton had been Do:ningl ..... ;re by Prank C. Pease I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and as recently accepted a lClarenee C. Buckles, of Detroit, salesman for a Carlin- l.lieh visited out,west of the city firm. Saturday and Easter with home GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 PILES 00,E.oA00E,9 KNIFE .  I flAm am_u axr-r-. wrim for BOOK FREE in plain wrapper. I 1 ** mla V Degree mchelor 8elence Iowa State Colleee. !1'111  ,;D. Medical Department--Uni ..... ity of Illinois. I Establistd Ol-'lg'r. ... LOUIs. MO. Phone .MAre" 4191. PM .ndy. 10 A ,L to 12 Noom THAT'S THE BIG REASON WHY THE JOHN DEERE .0999 I folks, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buckles. Mrs. Lulu Holst. Mrs. Leslie Smith, daughters Shirley, Sonia and Shelia, of Forest Park, Chi- cago suburb, arrived Friday and visited over Easter Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Gottlieb C. Zat and husband. Besides the above mentioned, others present for Easter dinner in the Zah home were Mrs. Frances Schmidt and (laughter Miss Mildred, Miss Mary Binder, and William Cline of De- catur, Mayor and Mrs. qlliam F. Binder and Mildred VanHook. Herman Wood visited in Mat- toon recently with his mother, Mrs. Donna I. Wood. It will be well to remember that the A. V. Class of the Methodist church will sponsor a style show of knitted suits and dresses in LI i church basement at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, May 2. There will also made from yarns and threads. Tea will be served. An admission of 15 cents will be charged. COMPLETED ]gFD CItS SE'ING FOB SF_ASON Much sewing was done during the past seven months for the Red Cross by women of this section, under the direction of Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, president of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club. This rep- resentative group worked diligent- ly and deserve great credit for the interest taken in tls praise-wor- thy cause. They met each Monday afternoon in the township high school. The knitting projects will con- tinue, with all work being done in the homes. There is a plentiful supply of yarns available for sweaters, mittens and caps, and you can obtain same from Mrs. Those who turned in fllh garments this week were M Wesley Laughery, Mrs. Cecil BUO- kles, Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, ussell Curtis, Mrs. Herman Hahn, Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch andlill Barbara Barnes. The we&tt have been blocked by Mrs. Walt, and will be sent to the Red headquarters in Lincoln. "$1.OO +o $3.OO PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE .' (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Deed Hos Rendering & Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Illinois Phone: Lincoln I1 Reverse Clmrgm CCUR Abe e- CY, more than any other single feature, has No ,,uresponsible for the leadership of the John Deere :'9 Planter. This accuracy is assured by John Deere .-_drop seed plates which plant all kinds of seed-- or d: ghybrid corn---with unfailing accuracy, checked be a display of other articles Stoll and Mrs. G. F. Wait. ENJOY HOME MOREl / n to re a,r, remodel or build a new home, if will pay you in money saved fo If you're planni g , ,. P, ,-. . ,-,___,_. t"^ firstl We oer sound advice, qua.ti.fy see The Mount Fulas farmers .ram a, mevo,y, ... L^_= ! You will like our complete res o smart ideas Tor oerrermg yuu, ,,, .... building mate rmls, sco ............ onevand af the same time if is quality, dependal: building serv,ce because IT $<lvl=l ...... service. ADD - A - PORCH TO YOUR HOME t iii FLOORING SIDING MILL WORK FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS! REMODEL! Add a porch to your home . . build extra rooms, or a new garage! It's easy to do and unbelievingly economi- cal. See us today for remod- eling ideas, estimates and money-saving advice! QUALITY LUMBER IIISlILATE! ;V LnjofyU e Iti: s ictrtWi?; summer. We carry all quM- ity lines of insulation, bats, loose rock wool insulation board. Make New Rooms from Waste Space Our fine wallboards and in- sulation boards are easy to vake extra work with .k.. rooms and playrooms in your home. SHINGLES ROLL ROOF TAR PAPER BUILD A New Garage 'e car atmble ^rry a complete line of seed plates Bring in a No "99 * your hybrid seed corn and let us prove that the iel..  u will plant it accurately. You want the bigger i.aCCurate John Deere No. 999 Planter will give ""o00,tore. FREE DELIVERY " PHONE 30 F. $CHAFER HDW. CO. MOUNT PULASKi FARMERS GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO.