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PAGE FOUR i i THE MT] PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. I ..INOiS &apos; Local Happenings, opinion: "'Vhat America needs is the , ) Newsy Portraya: o,, faith of our fathers and ade:per "- . respect for G-d's house." VIII. What about :he "a ant ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH pew? The pastor should do his duty, J[U " jpP you affirm. He should be there to conduct the services. But how about 9:15 A  Sunday School the empty pew? Every empty pew is 10:00 A. M. Worship Serice an insult to God on the Sabbath day. - VISITS RELATIVE8 ATTEND CONVENTION The church societies meet as fol- " Herman Ruiner, Peoria was a Sat- IN PONTIAC Put a live man or woman or even OPPORTUNITY urday and Sunday visiter with rela- Rev. and Mrs. W. N. King, Mrs. 1 lws: a little child in it and how different tires in Mr. Pulaski. W. B, Jenner an! "I"- George J. The Ladies' Aid meeb on the last it becomes. Have we been a. taih- They do me wrong who say I come Smith attended the Central District Thursday of the month, ful as we might in filling the pews of no more VISITING DAUGHTER convention of the W::,a a's Mission- The Ladies' Sewing Circle meets on our Church, let us ask? Ray. W. N. King, pastor lWhen once I knock and fail to find IN CHICAGO l ary Society of the LuC:-', church the first and third Tuesday of the you in. Mrs. T. W. Moore left on Friday held on Thursday at Pom _. month. :o:. For every day I stand outside your noon fr Chicago to visit her daugh- The Junior Walther League meets METHODIST CHURCH NOTES (lk)or I ter Mrs. Percy Ely. REV. AND MRS. KIN(; on the third Thursday of the month -- And bid you wake and rise to fight I HAVE GUESTS H. WITTROCK, -astor. Our committee on Relig%us Edu- mad win. H F. Fleming, :'.,r..own, N.J., - cation are beginning to think about !SPECIAL SALE and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morrow :o: the Vacation School. The interes: of Wail not for precious chances passed i Special Sale of I0 dozen full-fash- and sons Robert and Dale, Peoria, - " : away, I'. MqlN'5 ,. iIIERAN CHURCh parents is urged, in this. toned silk Chiffon hose, regular dol- were Sunday visitors in t::e ;:  of ---- - The month of May offers us at Weep not for Ipolden edges on the lar goods at only 59c pr., Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. . ,. wing, w" " ":!::. Mr Sunday May lst least three special occasions. The Each night I burn the records of the S mneys Happy Hour Store Fleming and Mr. 3,.r ' ,," eou- Ipistle: James 1: 22-27. Thank Offering of The W F M. S day; COUNTY SEAT sins of Mrs. King Another visitor in Subject: "True Religion."_ ...... will be taken on Sunday the fit- At sunrise every soul is born again. "VISITORS YESTERDAY the King home over the week end Please plan to attend all the ser- teenth. Special sermon by the pastor. laugh like a boy at splendors that i ws Mrs. C. F. Laws of Pana. vices of our Church next Sunday. l Mother's Day is the eighth of the have aped; : Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mrs. Leroy Sunday School at 9:30 A.M. month with appropriate service and Buclkes and Mrs. George Meister VISIT RELATIVES Worship Service 10:30 A.M. special music. On Wednesday the T vanished joys be blind and deaf were county seat visitors on Wed- IN DECATUR _ Twelve reasons why we should at- fourth we have in our church an all and dumb. nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs F A. Schafer, Geo. tend Church. (Continued from last day meeting of the Clinton Group of' )ay judgment seal the dead past F. Schafer and Mrs. T. P. Waddelt week.} W.F.M.S. Eleven adjacent church with the dead, BOARD MEETS noon to visit their brother-in-law, SrII. Seventy-five per cent of all'compose this group. We fl ]mnor- But never bind a moment yet to F-" -Y '{E were in Decatur on Thursd " 'ter- the criminals confined in Sing-Sing ed by this being held in our church! come. The board of education of the Mt. Frank Arnold who is serio:s v ill. prison are under twenty-five years "and must feel the responsibility of Though deep in mire, wring not your Pulaski Township kih school wilt Their sister Mrs. Geo. Boyd o;; Chi- of age. Wvuld these children be theze i hosts to the visiting delegations. The hands and weep; h:'-; a special meetinx on Friday ev- <ago also is at the Are ld h: if their parents had attended church sessions are public and we shall be I }end an arm to all who say 'I can;' Ant  29, with them ? All the great criminolo- very glad indeed to welcome friends 1No shame-faced outcast ever sank so EXPECTED HOME ,gists of the present day voice the from our neighbor congregati deep " F- OISLI. II.1. A= HER HCME But yet m::ht ris+, v! b, a-': a man. :,. s. John Clifton well known ag- i ,-esi .%at of this city, is seriously Dost thou bewail thy tout youth all i! :' her home on North Washing- aghast ?  :: reet. mn turn from blotted archives of the past; .hold the future pages, white a sno4w. *t thou a mourner, rouse thee from thy despair. Art thou a sinner, each morning gives thee wings to flee from Hell. Each night a star to guide thy feet toward Heaven. --By Walter Malone. hunted by Si- las Strawn at the Bond Club of New York-in a talk on current business troubles. Latest Fashions By Mary Marshall THIS WEEK Mls .Glenn McCarthy is ,,: c'ted home the latter ?art of thi- week ilollowing a four month's stay at Lumberton. S. C.. where her hus- band is erecting a post-=ffic'+ b:ild- .rag. He is not cominr with her as the contract wilt not be co c4 eted for several months. cago arrived Monday for a-week's CLUB ENTERTAINED visit with her 7arents Mr. and Mrs. IN LINCOLN F W. Obermiller. The Thi 'n That club were ,,'ter- tained recently in the home of Mr. ON BUSINESS TRIP I and Mrs. Stanley Bowen in Lincoln. TO MISSISSIPPI Five hundred was played and the T. A. Scroggin left on Sunday ev- honors were divided between Mrs. ening on a businss trip to points in Morrelll Deibert and D. J. Fuhrer. Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Burdell Myrick of Chestnut will be the next club hosts, CHICAGO VISITORS THIS WEEK SATURDAY NIGHT CLUB Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Myem are AT JENNER HOME spending this week in Chicago on a Miss Katie Jenner was hostess on combined business and pleasure trim Saturday evening to members of the l -- " Five Hundred club. The meeting was Sweaters remain in fashion, year aft year, The newest type is sure to score a big success. We have in mind of course the new crocheted AT BEDSIDE linen sweaters. They are either made OF MOTHER by hand or made by machine to imi- VISITED WITH PARENTS SUNDAY Mrs. Hubert Turley and daughter Helen, Springfield were Sunda6- visi- tors with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn. held in the home of her sister Mrs. i J. W. Mann and twelve guests were present. The honor awards were, made to Mrs. W. F. Binder, Mrs. O.i E. Mayer and Mrs. Oscar Auer. Mrs. Omer Potter will be the next hostess, i MISS BOBELL WORKING t IN SPRINGFIELD Miss Clara Bobell, Miss Noretta .made with a slight puff at the top gdth a ribbed band to hold them close a few inches above the elbow. FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED WEDNESDAY The fire department was called to the C. C. McKellar home on South Washington street on Wednesday home on Tuesday. mming on account of a blaze in an tale hand work. You'll find them in' Mrs. C. L, Frazier is at the bed- McVey, Miss Lucille Berry of this side of her mother Mrs. Julia Us- city and Mrs. Glenn Hoagland of , the raurat linen shade, in color or  bern in Decatur who is seriouslyLiacln visited in Springfield on Sun- Following the new blouse fashions' ill with a heart attack, day. Miss Bobell remained in Spring- they are made quite trim at the i field as she has accepted employment : VISITORS FROM " there. CHICAGO HERE Mrs. J. J, Webb and daughter Mrs., TRIANGLE CLUB Josephine Mischnich, Chicago, are MET TUESDAY visiting this week in the home of Mrs. Roman Romer entertained the farmer's brather George Under- :at Bridge on Tuesday afternoon when hill and family, five tames were in play. The guests included members of the Triangle VISITED HERE I Bridge club and several others. Hon- WITH PARENTS I ors were awarded to Mrs. Dean Fos- Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Frye and tar, Mrs. Harold Tomlinson and Mrs. Out of town guests were Miss Vir- daughter Margaret, Bloomington ginia Davis, Miss Evelyn Woodward passed the week end with her par-iand Mrs. Paul Buckles all of Lincoln. eats Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer. VISITED IN RETURNS FROM SPRINGFIELD CHICAGO VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mittlestadtl t Mrs. Theresa Weidenb/cher re, . urned home Saturday evening tel_ and daughter Mss Evelyn lwing m , . . . French's chapel district  .-=- lowing a four month s wstt m Chica- callers :- *-  ........ go wth her daughter Mss Adele m ne aurae Ol nelr aaugn- . ........ tar Mrs. Fred Voile. Jr ;,, .q,;- wementmcner wno aceompanlea her field , ", -. v-,,,s- home. Miss Weidenbacher is conva- lescing from a recent appendicitis I HENRY SUEDMEIER operation. GAINS AT HOME MASTER HARRY DEAN waist line and extend just a few Henry Suedmeier who had been a ST. CLARA PATIENT inches below the waistline so that medical patient at St. Clara's has- i Mrs. John McDonald makes fre- .you may wear them over the skirt pita for several weeks was dis- or tucked in. Sleeves as a usual thing charged on Wednesday and is recup- quent trips to St. Clara's hospital in ,are shorter tka elbow length and are erating at the home of his brother Lincoln to visit her grandson Har- George Suedmeier, west of the city. ry Dean, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Geiseke who lives CALLED HERE BY in the vicinity of Elkhart. The boy BROTHER'S DEATH is suffering with pneumonia and has been a patient in the hospital for Mr. and Ms. August Deckard and the past month. son John Louis, West Liberty, Ill., who were called here on Saturday TAX DEADLINE because of the death of her brother Otto Christmann, returned to their l ON SATURDAY Saturday April 30 is the final date for the payment of taxes if you flding which is used by him as VISITED P3gLATIVES "] from an overheated stow pipe, IN ROCK ISLAND cigar factory. The fire which start- Dr. and Mrs. G F. Wait and son as extinguished before much dam. Edwin passed the week end with re- had been done. latices at Rock Island. Their son Dr./M. B. Wait and Mrs. Wait of NTERAINS CLUB Hamilton, who jined them at Ma- AT RESIDENCB comb, also made this week end visit. delightful chub meeting was held: c "" , ...... y afervoo when Mrs. RETURN TO NEBRASKA wish to escape the penalty which goes into effect on May 1. Half the real estate taxes and the total amount of personal taxes must be paid by May 1, in order to avoid the 1 percent per month that will be added to delinquent tax bills. DORCAS GUILD MeTOl q TO DFCATUR R. I. Lee; ;,nte::Lained men:.bers of AFTEE TEN DAY VISIT About 25 members of .the Dorcas I Guild of St. John's Lutheran church he MuGam cla5 and several guests. Mr. and Mrs, Ben Scroggin left rctored to Decatur on Tuesday ev-' Five Hundred v, aa indu!ged in with on Sturday morning for their home ening for their semi-monthly meet-; he honors going to Mrs. E. T. God- at Oak, Neb., following a ten day ing which was held in the home of dard and Mrs, George Snyder. MI it with her sister Mrs Mary MC*Mrs. Elmer Waddell. It proved a , E. Marin w0J be the next club Kinney and numerous Scroggin rela- pleasant trip and the members were :hmtess. tiv royally entertained by Mrs. Waddell. Rook at six table was the diet- alon with honors going to Mrs. Wil- liam Jones and Miss Francis Verier. Mrx. O. E. Wagner will be the newt hotH For Om r KROGER THURSDAY APRIl. Ladies interested in this their o-a churches will be in this meeting. The Ladies serve noon lunch at thirt to all who wish to dine. Our third Quarterly will be held at the chur Wednesday afternoon at Next Sabbath services wiU{ usual. League and evening. Rev. H. M. Blout, RURAl, TEACHERS ARE ENGAGED The following have been to teach in rural schools ML Pulaski: Louise Mayer, Charles Anderson, French's John Wasson, Copeland; Scroggin; Rachel Park, Mildred Tendick, Lynn tie Bishop, Calvin; Amanda nan. Sigg; Walter Wacaser, M. Frank Sager, Monitor; Tomlinson, Laughery; Fred Plainview; Alma Ervin, Mrs. Leans Loomin, Pleasant Eugene Downing, Sugar Gro COUNTRY CLUB MILK ()leo WONDERNUT 3 lb. 25c Cake FLOUR LG] vc 21c , 51eda 1 Pancake FLOUR eo..t, Cb 5 lb Sack 23c ,UX TO SOAP 3 -- 25c Far   bath CA'I00D-00 2:,r,L* 25c Country (1*=---:_ i I1 oaBe ttte APPLE CLUTTER " Ceuatry elab--lmre---illv----II Imce LIPTO' .-= 21 bled. % b. tie SPINACH 15 Country el  .  esn--4e , M&LT SYRUP 3 at Emmd---l% l'mm TISSUE 5 SALMON 10e TALL PTIg BREAD - 5 Ontr Cb--.mm wlt mltk. Ilmbt Brel. lb. k GRAPEFRUIT 15c (3mtry  a mla4- VISITORS HERE LAST THURSDAY Mrs. Cora Rollo. and Mr. ThomTson of Urbana, ed with Mrs. Mary Fryer on day. Mr. Thompson is a son Charles M. Thompson the of Commerce, Universil of GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Just once ha the lifctime of s business comes u Fiftieth nnfyersary. At that time there's an urge to talk gbout ue'j self--do a little personal back-patting. ThJo  tit right as.far as It free But instead, we're gulng ts s group of our country', largest and oldest prlucere---plaeed large uP.or--4tad asked for eo-operaUun ha Idanlng prices thkt  mlf., immediate buyJn8 of every wemam Onr Goide Anldverutry is your golden opp4= Ladfee, may we e4tk you to come in early, as tkes are for Friday and Saturday only. P&G Kirk's Rake or Cwstal Wh;te Soap A qtlk up" price "=" =" 4 17o RIPE FRUIT L "EM FOR HEALTH. Potatoes - Peek, I, R USSigT$--CLOTH BAG " $1.07 2 :* 33c 2-- 15c rolg AND BEANS Cct 'lb-leh In TeeMe CI00ARErrE$ 2 27 An  Immds--4a! Jeuee Immd. Oatm  CRACKERS 2 " 19 !,1[. Lettuce A]JONA I Dos. BIse : Butter = 21c OOtrt'y ct, lyn.-c ;to tim flr. Dressing .o: