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THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1932 THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MTo P ULASKI, ILLINOIS News of Our Nei00,hbors I Chestnut Woman Is Visiting In Alabama Mrs. Fred Zelle departed for Mo- bile, Alabama last Friday where she Will visit her son Edgar and family. Misses Mollie and Edith Dunn of ]lomington visited Dr. and Mrs. J. Buckles District Hold Lake Fork Community Last Community Meeting I News Events of Week The last comeetrtg of the! I will be end in Decatur with friends. term for the Buckles Dist" Kenneth Munyon snent the week held at the school house on Friday evening Apr. 29th. The program is Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shrader and in charge of the ladies with Mrs. sons Charles and Wilbur and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slaughter of Williamsville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harhburger and family visited here a*, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burtons Sun- day, James Coats and Harey Scddeth visited in atur Saturday night Sunday with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey RobLson and daughter Meredith spent Saturday night and Sunday here with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. James Coats. .... Smday School 2:00 p. m. The Sheets Company MORTICIANS Sheets Quality Service Costs No Mor W. Dunn on Sunday. I John Kerschner as chairman. Re- Mrs, W. G. Smith and Mrs. Clara freshments will be served by Welby Laughery were visitors in ML lulas - Mvore, John Kerschner and Robert ki on Tuesday afternoon. Rothwell. The condition of Mr. J. M. O'Brlen Mrs. Win. Kipp of Mt, Pulaski who is ill at the home of his daugh- spent Wednesday nigh t with Mrs. ter Mrs. R. L. Colescott_ in Clinton John Kerschner and attended the hows little change at this writing, community meeting at Plainview. Mrs. Mildred Aldrich of Divernon Mrs. Bert Armingtrout and Mrs. h visiting her sister Mrs. Roy Bar- tr. The Grade School closes Friday Al wil 29th. A pot luck dinner will be seed by the mothers. _ ,L examinations for seventh Paul Jones and son of Springfield were recent xdsitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Earhart. Mrs. John Kerschner spent Friday with her daughter Mrs. Wallace Co- wan. td eighth grade ,pupils will be held o Saturday April 30 at C. H. S. Mrs. J. W. Dunn entertained the R. O. S. club on Wednesday afternoon at her home. The usual members wn7 present also Mrs. W. G. Smith was an invited guest. :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waddell enter- rained the Pinochle club on Friday eVening. Mrs. Harold Fox of Beason is vis- It Eng for a few days with her sister lld s. W. G. Smith and family. Miss Elsie Zelle spent the week Marjorie LaMar spent Saturday night with Mildred Aderman. Mildred Tendick who has been teaching the Lynn Grove School the past term has been engaged to teach the school another term. Mr. and Mrs. Oar Rickords cal- led on Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snyder Tuesday evemng. Mildred Aderman went to Elkhart Saturday to compete in the District commercial contest sponsored by the High School students. :o $------- Oh say not woman's false as fair, end visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. That like lhe bee she ranges! ed Zelle. Still seeking llowers more sweet and rare, As fickle fancy changes. Chestnut M. E. Church Ah no. the love that first can warm ipThe Crusaders Class went b0 Will leave her bosom never; oOmington last week and attended e Paion Play. It was a great No second passion e'er can charm, 'eat for these seventh and eighth ! She loves, and loves for ever. g de pupils, and the impression it The Official Board will met Monday e upon them will stay with them evening. They are making plans to or many years. Most of the egpen- ! raise an Institute fund to send dele- teof the trip were paid by funds gates to the Epworth Leogue Insti- Pttpils themselves had made by tute held at 01d Salem in July. i aiOs class enterprises during the h few months. This class is doing i Work under the ,eadohi, of N. A. Balding, M. D. 1r teacher, Miss Mildred Norris. i quite often the banner class on l Lincoln, IHinois ny mornings in both attentance lla collection. Eyel , Nose a,d lltr.t he Loyal Circle class will hold, --- - " - th , social meeting Thursday after- Glalgfle Fitted, at the home of Mrs. Ellis Voile. The Choir will met at the church Broken Lens Duplicated /:, 0 Friday evening to practice Office Over Landuaeds Clothing Store I ie for next Sunday and also Mo- thers Day. Phones: Office 1048; Res. 1681 DELM00INTE AT SPECIAL LOW' SALE PRICES DEL MONTE CORN 3 o00o.: 3 5 c DEL MONTE P;sS CANS N0. 2 CANS SPINACH. . - 2 25C ASPARAGUS l,eS . 2 '' 35c TINS No. 2 CANS PIARS . ... 3 5Oc PIACHI : . . 3  ''5Oc cANS PINEAPPt 12 Crughed . 2 NO*' 2 : CANS TOMATOES ""' GANg . . . 3 35c COPPE[.... 3 --. 89c ter Louise visited her arents Mr. Preaching Service 3:00 . m. and Mrs. C. F. Munyon Sunday. , Rev. Kelley our regular pastor will Vern Marks was here Saturday be with us on Sunday. Everybody is calling on old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manley and cordially invited to attend all ser- Mrs. Inez Munyon were shoppers in vices. __ Springfield Saturday. Rev. Kelley, Pastor Mr. and Mrs, Ed Albert of Spring- ...... field are here visiting his skater Mrs. Lawrence Pugh and family. Dr. G. S. Connelly W. M. Koehler and father made a business trip to Springfield Satur- Mt. Pulaski, ll!iinis day. Mrs. Cloe Jenner of Bloomington Telephone No. 99 xSsited Sunday with her sister Mrs. Harry Piatt and family. Call answered promptly at Mrs. Russell Fuiten ano children any hour of the day or night spent the week end with her parents I II - WHEN BABIES FRET T  e a baby b too fretful or deep. There are some pains a mother sad s afort in Castorial pur vetable prepara  am  hasaSood taste; st 0 slne--with Ch H. Fly,chef's signature t CASTORI o I Mt. Pulaski and Liacoh Your Salesman Let us show you Samples of Job Printing The Times Print Shop Phone 144 CHANGE ( ( 00NERSHIP Having sold the Mt. Puhski Thncs to Harry J. Wible Lincoln, who will take possession on May I st n--t, of All Adver ising accounts And ouos00 ription Arrears I I IONA BRAND 24 LB. BAG St,e I=LOU R 4,-L. $1.2.5 PILLSBURY,8 or GOLD MEDAL FLOUR BAG SUGAR Puae . IO ss 43 SALAD DRESSING ca SNW,C. V. 13 SPREAD JAR eKO. 32c BISQUICK o,- MOA,. .... CAMAY TOILEI" SOAP. . 4 cAe, 25 Cal. Oranges 2 dz. __75 Pineapple Large Size ............ lf Leaf Lettuce per lb .............. 10c Leaf Lettuce large 2 for .......... 15 Bananas 4 li ................... 19c R. R. Ohio potatoes 100 l ._$1 Up until this date are due and payable to t_he estate o[ Mrs. Matilda Eyrse L. '. MYI3, C, onscrvator. i ii