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,5i iii i THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. P --7 AS-, ILLINOIS THURSDAY APRIL 21, AN APRIL ADORATION By Charles G. D. Roberts Sang the sunrise on an amber morn-- "&apos;Earth, be glad! An April day is born "Winter's done, and April's in the skies, N y P i " Pleasant Grove Club ews ortraya oi "" x <.,. x Holds Annum Meeting - "00Local Happenings - '"' ve,.,-i.,-i.r .u::dav Am'il 2m. Large Crod Attended A ........... The furth Sunday after Faster. Very Interesting Meeting For Sate--13 meat rabbits. Ehner At the recent meeting -f the Twen- Suhject. "Gcd a:d our Duty tc HiC. Beck. Phone no. 46 Blue, Mr. Pulaski. i tieth Century club held in the home ::u -. M. n,- tuurch School. Thursday Evening of Mrs. George F. Schafer. the hen- Mrs. Edward Ryan is at the bedside l rs at 500 were awarded to Mrs. C. of her sister Mrs. Sanders Rice who G" Hughes. Mrs. T. A. Scroggin and is serieus ill at Illiopolis. Mrs. M. J. Kautz. Mrs: Harry Wells twill be the next hstess. For Sale--qtrawberry plants. One block east of depot. Olta Knauer, The Friendshi,.- Community Club phone no. 163, Mr. Pulaski. l of the Laughery School held their last community club meeting of the We h::e you can arrange to attend Sunb.3 Feb=o! next Sunday. Please try to be there at 9:39 promTx. Twelve reasons Why I sl-cu!d az- temt Divi::o Worship. (C<:tinuel fr,ml .las: week). V 2he ("': -- :::" '.f_ a" !:a:r- ivlg by. If y.u a': ,9 years etd you have .-een 2.600 Sundays. If God CLEAR UP ROUTE 121 RIGHT OF Right of ay on sections 110 near Hasburg on Route have been released to the and the right of way cleared up by the special way committee. The committee today setled borrow pit claims on the Miss Florence Pfeifer was elected: ay between Bell Station , ...... .  Route 120 at the Awe corner. t" " " 'loen oI the lleasan, tirove ,. .__ . . _ . Conmunit I " t ""   tms rgn o way is now a . y cue a the annua, . . t) " 1 ,nth the exceptmn of one deed. an held during the monthly club ......... ., -ln courtly tie nO &Valll:lln meeting c,n Thursday evening. Other tax funds for purchase of officers named were: x-ice-president, Sam Sparks, .Jr.; secretary-treasurer, way from Route 120 sath to I t ]Earth, look up with laughter in your Mr. amt Mrs. B. F. Sercggins of: seasn on Friday evening April t5tb. eyes]" i Oak, Nebraska, are visiting relatives An excellent wa served, fol- !and friends in this vicinity. :lowed by a minstrel play, both being Putting off her dumb dismay of snow, I greatly enjoyed by the large crowd Earth bade all her unseen children Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redding and grow. daughter Mrs. Paul Lucas litng Then the sound of growing in the air ! near Lanesville were business visitors Rose to God a liturgy of prayer; in M* Pulaski on Wednesday. ! And the thronged succession of the Miss Lueile Tomlinson and Henry dal Hornbeck, Chicago, passed the week Uttered up to God a psalm of praise, i end east of the city with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson. Laughed the running sap in every I veil Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer visited Laughed the running fluffier o warm on Tuesday evening in Springfield rain, iwith Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webster who formerly lived in Mt. Pulaski. Luged the life in every wandering, root,  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hahn and Laughed the tingling cells of bud and son Jerry Wade. visited on Sunday in shoot. Springfield with his sister Mrs. Wil- liam Hodson. God in all the concord f their mirth Heard the adoration-song of Earth. Miss Dorothy Leef, R. N.. was cal- led to Springfield on Monday to take present. The last reular n, eetiwz of the Mu *Gains club was held in the country home of Mrs. E. C. Do-ning, living three and cne-half miles northwest of the city. Mrs. O. E. Martin and Mrs. Ehner Meister were the honor winners. Mrs. R. I. Leef. South Spring street will be the next hostess. Sunday- xisitors in the home of the Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Zah and Miss Anna Liesch were Mrs. Dallas Gasaway and daughter Miss Rylah and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gasa- 'ay and Mr. and Mm. Lester Gasa- way and son all of Decatur. Mrs. Dallas Gasaway is a sister of Miss Liesch and niece of the Zah sisters. Edward J. Lincoln. Rock Island. :'nares vff mitil you are 75 you ill see only 1:300 more. If you have was- ted mny of the Lord's days in tk: past, Wh- net take advantage of those that remain. VI. The climax of Christian use- ruinous carl only be reached by get- ting all theqnspiration possible, and  get Jr'from st;rce of that kind of inspiration, which is the Word of God. Men say they can live harmless lives Without ging to Church. Tru it. may be. but not only do we want to liv'harmless lives, we want to live a most useful life. and surely all the it:iration we can possibly -e will helo us. This. is promised in he study" of Gcd' Word, and we study God's word in the Church. The Luther League witt meet Kh l.e.tcr Starr. West Cook Street, next Frid: W evening. Every member of the League is asked to be present. Roy. W. N. Ki. Imat. O;' ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH Miss Barbara Seller. 4, or for the Noth Lialn neck,, o,- the East Broadway One of the largest crowds of the of Rceate 121. eason attended the meeting and ea- :O ,'------- joyed a splendid program that was SPRING VALLEY BANK HIJ)! arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver l,oomis and Miss Dolly Graham. It  opened with the singing of "Amer- The Spring Valley City Bank  ica" by the entire audiene. Then fcl-' held up Friday by three men lowed numbers by Hoelseher's orches- caped with an umletevmed r't; vocal duet by Dolly ad S. il Peter Hollerick, cashier, was Graham; three songs by second grade ] by one of the men and the pupils Jimmie Mumbower. Lester Finney, Wayne and Helen Crozier: bank employes were forced instrumental numbers. Piano solo by the floor. Phyllis Smith; guitar and harp i t.ea K. Foster; Ukekin music by Miss Inspects Nellie, Harrison and Clifford Van-- . &-vender and Mr. and Mrs. Marian MIddletown Board Ilalstead and music by the Webster 1 children. Members of the Middletown Another interesting number was a iboard visited Cmp Point and c*.alk talk by Miss Helen Zellhoeferl recently for an inspection of ad the laugh nrcducing play, "This Way Out" given by the French's of aspalt and gravel Chapel C@mmunity club was well re- The board was favorably ceived. 1 Those making the trip Refreshments served at the concIu- Snyder, E. L. Priram, Lee , charge of an elnergency case at St. arrived a few days age to visit rela- 9:15 A. M. Sunday School sion of the @rogram were in charge [ Lat st Fashi I JOhn's hOspi tives in this vicinity. Ed., is taking a 10:00 A. M. Vorship Seric e of Miss Barbara Seller, Mrs. Mum- tM. forced vacation as the International bower and Mrs. parks. e os T.L. Rothwell accompaniel by Ben Harvester Co., ;plant at Rock Island The church societies meet as fol- Peg-ram of Lincoln left in the for- where he was emMo'ed, was shut low: :o: - mer's car on Tuesday morning for down on April 1 for a six months per- The Ladies' Aid meeh on the last Mrs. Ellis Downing, Mrs. Edward By Mary Marshall Ryan. Alford Wood, Wilford Ryan. points in Mississippi to look after land interests. It's the simplest trimming in the world glad yet so absurdly easy to Mrs. Earl Eminger and daughter chieve! Just fringed edges of the Carol Jean, returned to their home in material neatly stitched into place, i Maywood on Sunday following a You en make use of his trim- week's visit with her mother-in-law ruing on a dress of wool crepe or one Mrs. Anna Eminger. of silk ezepe with the satisfaction of knowing that you have the authority A joint business meeting of the of Paris behind you. Simply cut strips American Legion and the Auxiliary of the material about one inch and a held on Monday evening was follow- half  and unravel at one side to. ed with a social hour after which six obtain fringe of about three-quar- tables was plated for cards. John Erlenbusch who underwent a major operation in St. Clara's hospi- lal about three weeks ago, was able to be brought to his home in this city on Tuesday of this week. Miss Nina Wynd who teaches in the Atwcod High School, assed the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd, they taking her back to Atwood on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shull and daughter Dorothy were Sunday 'isi- !tors in Bloomington with the for- ! mer's daughter Mrs. Boyd Frye and family. 1 Eugene Manes. another Mt. Pulas- I ki patient in St. Clara's hospital who also underwent a severe pera- tion about three weeks ago, is expec- ted to be discharged the latter part of this week. J. W. Mann has purchased the fix- tures of the W. A. Huston soft drink parlor, moving them to the Jenner building on South Washington st., Iwhere he will conduct a soft drink , larlor. [ l 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Frazier moved , on Tuesday from the Mrs. Margaret Nolan brick house, corner Marion and te of an inch. If you are using the : Cook streets,, to the Mrs. Theresa W" fringe at the edge of a collar, pep-' edenbaeher bungalow on South lure or cuff insert it between the out- Spring street. sLOe piece and the facing so that only he fringe shows and then nmchine Ilenry Suedmeier. well known far- stitch along the collar, peplum or met living west of Mr. Pulaski who cuff just aboze the fringe. This ives has heen receiving medical attention a neat finish and incidentally keeps and care in St. Clara's hospital for the fringe from frag, a couple of weeks, is re?orted as do- If you use the fringe as a trim- ln a welI as could be expected. ruing on bodice or sleeve cut the ma- terial so that you will have an over- The Bridge club met Wednesday lal ping section beneath which to in- afternoon in the home of Mrs. T. P. sert the str of fringe. Waddell. North Scott street. Four tables were in May and the honors PLAIN PEOPLE were won by Mrs. Paul Shelley, Mrs. On Wednesday April 27, and on Theodore Zimmermann and Mrs. W. Friday, April 29 the Senior Walther G. Kautz. League will present "Plain People", a 3-act comedy by G. L. Wind. The R. Bertoni }:as purchased frm the eat of characters are as follows: Roth estate the two story brick, two Jerry Thonps0n--Wilford Tendick store room buitdimz on the west side Ih. Gaffey--Alma Wittrock. of the square. Mr. Bertoni had prey- Mrs. George Thompson--Evelyn iously bought that par of the Roth [Ptlesteadt. building that is occupied by him as Mr. George Thompson---Kenneth a restaurant. Atoll. 1 Jane Thompson Florence Wittrock Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tuley who! Mrs. Jennie BrownHelen Dam-ihave been living on the S. W. Gas- mermann. away farm southeast of Mt. Pulaski Jimmy Brown- John Ed Tendick. for the past three years, have moo- Tom 1 rir.ce--Herman Davnmerman. ed be Buffalo-vitle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Joan Thompson--Mildred Hahn." Kent Garvey are now located on Count C,AettiRaymond Hahn. , this farm. The play centers around the Thom I - n family who are just "plain poe- The Afternoon club held a pleasant ) ie", with a daughter, Miss Joan, who meeting on Tuesday afternoon in the to fly higher. Their problems home of Miss Anna lhafer, BeN soling of them constitutes moat street. The diversion was 500 at of and excitement, going :for adults and be Chris Th led. Thousands of men were thrown out of wcrk. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Allison have moved from the Ed Kerns property [on Nmh Garden St to the Dittus property on North Vine Stteet, and Mr. and Mrs. W, illard Kautz moved on Tuesday from the Mrs. tt:rry Wells bungak, on S,uth Vine street to the residence vacated by the Allisons. Lloyd Payne. son of Mr. and "Mrs. D. C. Payne, lixing south of this city and Miss Anna French, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa French. lie- Thursday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month. The Junior Walther League meets on the third Thursday of the month. H. WITTROCK. iast0r. :O : ME tIiODIST CURCH NOTES On May the fourth will be held in our church the meeting of W. F. M. S. of the, Clinton Grouo. Eleven churches are in this grew) aItho not al of them have local societies. Lunch will be served at nocn by ur Ladies' ing northwest of Mt. Pulaski. we]e Aid at thirty-five cents and perhaps "s,me of the busy husbands will take imarried in Lincoln en Wednesday iu'nch with us that day and get some afternoon April 13. They expect to-d Ge cheer of the occasion. At one l(cate at New Harmony, Ind.. where he is emTloyed, o'clock Supt. Doctor Beck will con- Seeds and bulbs were exchanged by members of the Loyal Daughters Sunday School class of the Chsti:::- church at the monthly meeting held en Tuesday. afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. F. Shoup. About twenty-five were present to join in the social ; hour and enter the guessing contest which was won by Mrs. Ray Tribbett. Ten members cf the American Le- gion Auxiliary of Mt. Pulaski attend- ed the card party on Tuesday even- ing in Clinton given by the Clinton Auxiliary. Those making the trip were: Mrs. Dean Foster, Mrs. Frank Talmage, Mrs. Fayetta Ross, Mrs. O. E. Martin, Mrs. F. A. Penniman, Miss Lola Hahn, Mrs. Florence Oh- camp, M. P. A. Gruber. Mrs. H. C. Gruber and Mrs. Ruth Long. VISITS IN ST. LOUIS duct our ttm'd quarterly c nference. "fh :'eturn visit to Latham church will be made next Sunday evemng. Their hours of ervice in Latham church are six thirty and seven thir- %,. We will have no service here in our own church but shall be glad to have all our congregation follow us to Latham. The Official Board will please nee' in the church yarlors on Monday ev- ening April 25th. at 7:30. There is cceative power in our be- lief in a God whose judgements are true and righteous altogether. Criti- cism is killing in effect but a God of love who likewise is acquainted with sorrow revives the life in us. Rev. H. 3I. Bhmt. pastor. 10 -" NAZARENE CHURCH NOTES Sunday School 2:0C p. m. Preaching Service 3:00 p. m. Rev. Kelley our regular pastcr will be with us on Sunday. Everybody is Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schw(erer mo-I cordially invited to attend all ser- tored to St. Louis on Sunday and on Monday they attended the funeral of vices. __ Joseph Itauck who was an old friend .'-,-. ,c!b.-: Pastor of the Schwoerer family. Hi" '" ' " :-; .... 7-V-Tvf They also visited with their cou .......................... , sin Mrs. Mae Druhe who has not yet At fully recovered from injuries receiv- ed in a fall which bccurred several PENSREXALL month. go. DRU T ! ............... i Was His Father V.idna!)p, and Mr. Berryman Wood. the latter from Minn., visited on Monday in Niantic with Mrs. Mary Cothern, sister of Mrs. Ryan and Mr. Afford amt Berryman Wood. The Sheets Sheets James Dorgan and GraP.  wick. Dr. G. S. ML Pulaski, llliinois Telephone No. 99 Call answered promptly  any hour of the day or Com' that is MORTICIANS Quality Service Costs No Mt. Pulaski and Li PiNKAPPLE 2  35C MILK CIIOOL'It DAINTIES 23c Ii CLUB'--- &SSO1'1 D F1LA VOl COUNTR JELL POWDER 3 19c JgWEl. BRAN:" Coffee A TAMtt - nLEND OF BRAZILIAN CfFFEE* 3 490 BAG E:rIAS Sl " BRAND SALAD DRESSING 29c JAt3 CRr_,tl Cheese , CAMA00 S 3 2 BISQUICK " ..... Btsro|t F'r egg ;2 TEA It. e "'   .) .,.L:: ": "-* Palmolive 30000,,19o 8U-IFEit SUDS--4 Small Pkgs.. . Quality Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: CALi]PORWIA SW'lgKT . . . IFULL OF JUICK Oranges.-.- 2 350 ,tauqa LETTUCE ' swlll POTATOES 3 -- 10c I Fresh Fig Bars 3 lids. RIGa A%lt I A. 1", GINGER SNAPS 3 25e