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1,1941 $. Commercial Students Win against seventeen TS MOrr ps _TmM-I8. MOUNT IULASKL IIJAINOI8 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 30 at the home of Mrs. Charles Prit- the home of Mrs. George A. Tom- chetL linon on :North Garden street Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baumann with Mrs. Elizabeth Volle as as- of Chicago were guests Saturday sistant hostess, and Sunday of his parents, Mr. schools corn ..... - - Louis F. Sams and Byron Schaf- Among those discharged from _ , ,nerclai contest- . ................ +in the Mount 's hos ital Lincoln dur )r the -- r.auKr, ri-=o,, 6 SL Clara p , , - Fli.h oa unt Pulaski Town-[Pulaski agency of the Standard ing last weekend were Mrs. Har- te :_.nool won first place I Oil company in this district, were told Scroein and infant son, and at =:ct Commercial Con-[in Peoria Saturday night and at-IMrs" Rot Bates and infant dau- L Cit,, ,,t, rlday, April 18. [tended a,district _bsmess meetemgl. Jglter of Mount Pulaski. ._ J pacea second w4th[neia in the Fere MarquetLe ote.| .^.^,n  Beidler of Chicao tU ta. ' I _rluL . m bn aKmg third and fourth There will be a slight c .h.ge of !visited in the city from Saturday ' respectively, time on the Springneia mvnon ox] ,. ..nsv st the home of his " contestants and th.^ the_ _1ill "nois Central, commencing] ........ . ,  -- . ar .............. :No 18 the|vfe s parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. . .__y  o.ows: uny, v. "_'-_ cL:', st l swinnev Mrs Beidler has been -pmg Te ..... nortnvouna l)lamonu .-, -" " . . Meister :,:st place__ Louis to Chicago, which has been [here for several days helping care , mo ertom, arrivinff at 3:17 a. m., will now ]for her mvahd morner. come at 3:if/ a. m., a change of I A dinner was given Sunday, Individuals--Aud. ten minutsL and Mrs. Carl H. Baumann. On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 16, the members of the Auc- tion Bridge Club were entertain- led by Mrs. C. M. Merriman at her home on North Vine street. Mrs. Theodore Zimmerman and Mrs. Pearl Waddell received the prize awards. Mrs. Ida Dittmann visited in Lincoln last Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Davidaon. Other relatives visiting there were Mrs. Ray Fulwiger of Plymouth. Ind.; Miss Mary Jeanette Dirt- PAG] home of her son, Louis Mayer. She was a resident of Mount PU' laski for many years. WANTED FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE WOOL HIDES RAGS MAGAZINES BATTERIES METALS OF ALL KIND SCRAP IRON OF ALL DESCRIPTION lst; Waldo Bertoni, Baker, 3rd. Shorthand Team, 1st Van Hook, Judith Helen Passmore. Old ShoLhand Individuals Van HOOk, lst; Judith Shorthand Team, 1st Hutter, Jean Kin- Shorthand Individuals Hurter, 2nd; Jean )ld Shorthand Team, 2nd Hutter, Jean Kin- Shorthand Individuals 2ncL old Shorthand Individuals HUtter, 2nd. TYping Team, 2nd Hutter, Jean Kin- Helen Passmore. TYping Individuals-- 2nd. of first and second District Meets compete al COntests to be held the state April 25-26. Pulaski's contest- qualify and will the Sectional Contest i Decatur, April 26. program Mon- of achievement to individual stu- lit, 2nd, and 3rd, Place banner was pre- Mr. Hargis for the Nina Wynd, commer- made the present- McQuaid, living of the city, arrived from Overton, Tex., ited for seven weeks J. W. McQuaid, the HUmble Oil Co. home by Lewis of Overton, visit here for several CE CREAM - 3 "OH JOHNNY,, 5 's Service Co. OF ALL KINDS REPAIR MAKE or OLEAIEII You A while repaired. ELY JOHN DEERE QUALITY IMPLEMENTS AND SERViL;F tative ofl April 20th, at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nagel and Mrs. Boyd C. Frye in Bloom- Defiance, Ohio, visited south of ington, in honor of the 10th bir- the city recently with Mr. and thday anniversary of their dau- Mrs. Edward Rentmeister. ghter Margaret. Those attending Miss Reva Voile, who made an from Mount Pulaski were Mr. and Easter time vacation visit east of Mrs. Henry W. Schafer, Mr. and the city with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. RusselIu Shull and daughter, Celia Voile, and sister, Mrs. W.G. Miss Dorothy. Matthews, returned last Friday to[ Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, pastor of Kalamazoo, Mich., where she is l the Methodist ctmrch, announces home economics instructor in the lregular services for Sunday, April State Teachers' College 127th, with Sunday school at 9:30 Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb F. Schahl l a.rm, and worship services at and daughters Misses Norma and[10:45 a.m. Freida, made an auto trip Sunday to Geneseo and visited their oldest :daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Hergert i and family. Mrs. Ida Buckles arrived ,home last Friday evening on the bus from Center Point, Iowa, where she had been staying about four months with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Ulrich. She also visited in Waterloo, Iowa, with her son, Mrs. Hazel Tener and mother, Mrs. Frank Taylor, who have been occupying rooms in the home of Mrs. Ida Scroggin on West Jeff- erson street, have moved to the rear suite of rooms atbove e First National bank. Mrs. Tenet operates the care on south sle of the square. Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, Mrs. Steve S. Patterson, Mrs. ArtJmr Elias Buckles and family. E. Baumgardt were in Illiopolis The Loyal Bible Class of the I last Friday evening and attended Methodist church will meet at an Eastern Star social event at THE A. V. CLASS OF THE METHODIST CHURCH will Sl:mr a STYLE SHOW in the Church Bsement FRIDAY, MAY 2 AT 2:30 P. M. TEA SERVED ADMISSION--I 5c. EGGS NO. I EGGS, (not hatchery culls) ........................ 21c doz. LEAVE ORDERS EARLY FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON DELIVERY. KHTZEil SHELL SERVICE PHONE 44 mann of Terre Haute, Ind., and Mrs. George Cork of Marshall. Senator Niclola L. Hubtmrd of this city was in Decatur last i Friday evening and gave an ad- dress at a meeting of /.,ocal No. 120, International Ladies' Gar- ment Workers Union. Senator Hubbard, member of the Senate committee on industrial affairs, had as his subject "Pending State Legislation of Special Interest to Workers." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sims made an auto trip to Mattoon recently to see a relative, Mrs. Elizabeth Mayer, who is very feeble at the S0,O00 DOZEN LARGE CLEAN FRESH EGGS POULTRY You will have more money by brinqinq above to our Cinton plant than sellinq elsewhere. No lot is too large or too small. When you have your sheep shered call 92 and we will nme you our very best pos- sible price. JACOB TICK DEPENDABLE DEALER FOR- TY-NINE YEARS IN CLINTON BUY SHELL SHELL SERVICE STATION MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Route 121 -- Phone 44 Why not ry he new soiufized Super Shell. You will note the difference at a price you can affo>d to pay WILLARD KRATZER, Prop. GAS OIL WHERE THE SOIL IS LOOSE Ago LIGHT II 201 A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln, Illlnols. LANT your crcps un',d, ormly with a John Deere- Van Brunt Model "LL Press Drill pack the dirt firmly over the seed at the same time, and you have ideal conditions for producing maximum yields. The Model "Lid" is equipped with the famous Van Brunt Fluted Force-Feeds that handle all kinds of seed in any quantity per acre. Single-disk, double- disk. hoe, or shoe-type furrow openers; also deep- furrow openers. Make it a point to see the Model "LL" at our store. Sizes: 12 x 7, 16 x 7, 18 x 7, 20 7, and 24 x 7. C. F. SCHAFER IIBW. CO. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS