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TWO T] MOUNT PULASZI TIMF.S- NEWS. MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, APRIL MOUNT PUIJKI TIME.NEWS Mount PulaskL Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months .......................... 75c Six Months ................... . .......... $1D5 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS i/) : The Misses Sophia and Rose Gulso were visitors in Spring- field Monday. Mrs. Delbert Bobell, Miss Gay- etta Mayer and Miss Grace Clif- ton visited near Williamsville on Sunday with the latter&apos;s cousin, Mrs. Estill McGee, who had been a patient in St. John's hospital Springfield. Zolla Hukill made a business trip to Springfield Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kuster- er, who have been living north of the city near Route 121, moved recently to a place six miles west of the city. : Edward Fetzer of Chestnut vi- cinity was honored at a surprise party Sunday evening, April 15, on the occasion of his birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mr Everett Stoll, J. Eldon and Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lakin and Gary, Mrs. Fetzer and son Ronnie. : Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. O. E. Wagner and Miss Anna Schafer were in Rochester last Thursday and attended a duck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prather and sister, Miss Louella Prather. Miss Joyce Ann Laughery, stu- dent nurse at the Methodist hos- pital in Peoria, is making a va- cation visit in Chestnut with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laughery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Zelle returned last Thursday from a three week's auto trip to Texa They visited in Houston with his son, Edgar Zelle, and in Gal- veston with her son, Edgar Schultze. About 3:30 p.m. last Friday fire men were called to the Weller lots on North Washington, where a grass fire had gotten out of control and was threatening nearby building Pvt. Eugene Crosier, who has been receiving his basic tain- lng at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., on a two week's furlough, visited in Louisville, Ill., with Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY April 27 and 28 MONTE HALE in 'San Arttone Ambush' .-plus-.. "Women From Headquarters" with Virginia Huston, Robert Rockwell, Barbara Fuller and Cartoon i i|, SWNDAY - MONDAY April 29 and 30 'MATINE - SUNDAY 2 P. M. !his mother, Mrs. Nora Crosier, formerly of Mount Pulaski vicin- ity. He then came to Mount Pu- laski to spend several days west of the city with his brother, i Wayne. He left Tuesday for Fort !Warden in Washington, where he has been transferred. He is in the Engineers' Corps of the Army. Mrs. Oswald Brooker was in Pontiac recently attending the district convention of Women's Clubs. She was accompanied by Mrs. Daniel Van Gerpen of Harts- burg, who is district chairman. Lincoln will be the scene of the fall convention. Mrs. Polly Piratt left last Thursday for her home in Pueb- lo, Colo., following a visit of 10 days with her mother, Mrs. Wm. E. Holmes. Col. Henry M. Van Hook of Webster Grove, Mo., visited in the city during last week with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Marie Van Hook. He also went to Decatur to visit his brother, Wesley. Fred H. Hahn was in Havana Wednesday of last week to at- tend the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Louis Hahn, who was 84 year of age. Mrs. Hattie Laymon has re- turned home from Evansville, Ind., where she visited several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. : John McFarland and sons, Cal- vin and Russell Laymon, and aomas Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Patterson came home last Thursday from Mihvaukee, Wisc., after a visit with their daughter, Mrs. John E. Mohr, and family Rev. Ray Zumstein, accomp- anied by Mrs. Edward Enders, president of the Women's Miss- ionary Society of St. John's Luth- eran church, Mrs. Marie Van Hook and Mrs. A. J. Davis, the: latter of Lake Fork, went to Beardstown Thursday, April 19 and attended the Central Confer- ence Convention of the Women's Missionary Society. About 200 women were in attedance. Form- er Pulaskians, Rev. and Mrs. William N. King of Irving, were among those present. LINCOLN, ILLINOIS First nominees for the Junior]April 18, listing personal proper- Good Citizenship award at the ty valued at $4,000 and real es- Logan county fair in August ltate at $54,000. The will nomi- have been named from Mount]nated a son, Dean, of Chicago, Pulaski township high school.]as executor: They are Walter Ray Richner,[ Miss Helen Finke, daughter of Richard Ey, Betty Ann Waddell,/Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finke, of and Vera Mercier. i Chester township, north of Mount 1 Petition to probate the will of l Pulaski'the who is a student nurse the late Samuel Nelson Down-I at Evangelical Deaconess ing, of Mount Pulaski vicinity,' hospital in St. Louis, Mo., has who died April 5, was filed in been selected to attend the Mis- L . . f souri State Nurses' convention in ogan county court zn Lmcoln, Lcolumbia ' Mo. "Saddle Tramp" 1370 (In Technicolor) with Joel McCrea and Wanda Hendrix Sunday, April 15, was t birthday; anniversary of Suedmeier, North Lafa and a dinner was given brate the event. The ent included Mr. and Tinkey, Forest Barrels Mrs. Dillard Bartels tel Karen of Decatur; Mrs. Chester G. Hughes. 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