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Ukolete solo--Mrs.  Rothwe:l.  Unit Will t Tableau--Tu in on the P''-I DiMogue, "Over the Bak Fence", Ladies of the vki'ty. Meet On May 13th Solo--Mrs. Oswald Brooker. Mrs. Jolm Kerhner, Miss Gretchen - i Dialogue, "Tell a Womsn," Mes- Stenne _ The first meeting of the season! Geo. Litterly, Robt Rothwell, Following the program ice cream and cake were served by Messers. Oscar Rickords -d Mms Gretchen. Robert Rothwll, Welby Moore and rot the Garden Unit of the Mt. Pu-i dames lski Woman's club is scheduled for Istennett. Friday afternoon May 13 in the hamei Dialogue by 1st and 2nd grades. John Kerschner. :.  of the department chairman, Mrs. G. i Mi. . i -- i ?,Wait, North Lafayette Street. The' Stunt, "Before We Knew Better , Su for the Mt. Pu Times arranged for this mseting Ladies of the Vicinity. Only $t.00 a yca-. isu follows:-- Roll Call-"My Crden Club for icj "Wild Shrubs and Wild Plowers--Mrs. W. N. King. Quiz, "Botanical Names of Peren- ^ beginning with A, B, and C. question Book, "Propagtion" G. J. Smith.  .'O -=--=- VISITED HERE ON SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schenck and MI. Ella Schenck of Maroa sited with Mrs. E. L. Eminger Sunday Ella schenck will remain for a hort visit. MONTHLY ATTENDANCE RE- PORT FOR GRADE SCHOOl. The following is the percentage of :ttendance and the tardiness of each grade for the month of A?ril. Sixth Grade, 99.22 per cent, tardi- less 0. Eighth grade, 97.56 percent, tardi- sO. Seventh grade, 97.05 ercent, tardi- sl. Third grade, 97.03 percent, tardi- aess O. I SeCond grade, 96.8 percent, tardi- ae 9. "oUrth grade, 96. 29 percent, tardi- 's 1. Fifth grade, 95.87 percent, tardi- mess 0. First grade, 89.92 percent tardi- ness l. Mi Schafer, teacher of the first tirade, wishes to announce a Visita- l J_ Day to be held on Friday, May . This invitation is extended to all the little children who wlit enter achool next eptember. All children Who will be six years old by Janu- ary 20th, 1933 are welcome. ,O.* ST. JOHN'S CHURCH NOTES SUnday May 8th, Mother's Day. hel?e regular Church School will be _..a at St. John's next Sunday to waich you are most cordially invited to attend. e At the Morninz Worship we will rye Mothers' ])ay th a Special h $ given by the Choir, the s ub- ich is "Home Life Beautiful teMTWelve reasons Why I Should At- Divine services on Sunday. IX. You owe it to your country. Wk t will become of our land if urches are forced into the ground by the indifference of te Very pecpe who belong to it! If You really love your country and to .reserve for your children , you yourself enjoy, stand up er: the Christian Sunday and the "artstian Church. Cur Reputation is the best possible proof that our service is of the finest quality; for many years we have been earning our present reputation for splendid mortu- ary attention. It is not so well known that our prices are exceptionally low; that, for example, we "an aM" do serve, com- pletely, for as little as the fatuity wishes to pay. Good Furniture Better Prices LET US help you with your FURNITURE, RUGS and LINOLEUM Problems All Cotton MATTRESS ............... $4.45 INNER SPRING MATTRESS ........... $9.75 Double Deck SPRING 99 Coils Helical- _.95 tied Top .............. $4.95 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS -- &foot FELT BASE--per square yard ....... 39c Rademaker r Sample Furniture Shop With, Han00er Bros. LINCOLN, ILLINOIS + :0 :------- HRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES Were yvu in the serqce of the church last Lord's Day. If you were 0t there let us say that you missed ather spiritual feast. And let u th what shall lighten the burden .o hi e Week for that one who den:es self the touch of spiritual coro- t At the mornir service we enjoyed oft  r" }tea gaven by the wosh,p hou , f ring the name of the Lord con- :Sed as Lord and Savior. This .s .?ys a source of joy to the Chr's- - We have never had a great ln- x of people during the last few . rs but we have frequently en- JOYed, at the regular services of the hUrch, hearing the Bame of the afessed. N ext Lord's Day i Mother's Day. a have two reasons for being pre- Your mother the honor of the t. One reeson is that you wi!l sion and the other is that you wiu -me around the communion table cz Yur Lord to show forth His death atil He cme again. We are looking tv, a great attendance next Sunday" c t Week from next Sunday is Pente . Unday. Are you planning now " De there  --------- :O :------ tl.ckles Community Club Holds Last Meeting . aYne nd Patsy Schaffenacker lat the Week end with their grand- rets Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Schahl. Buckleu Community club held st meeting of the term Friday fol!owng ng April 29th. The,, A.F. LIPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 268 Mt. lala ski at VOGELSANG'S Good Values in Every Item Offered. 300 WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES at the lowest prices ever made on same quality merchandise One Lot of Best 80x80 SQUARE PRINT DRESSES. REGULAR DOLLAR DRESSES for 79c each or Two for S1.50 They a re made sleeveless, short s'eeves and some Ion:: Aeeve sizes 14 to 52 One Lot Long DRESSES of Fancy Print, all new this seaon, sizes 36 to 50, 55c ea. or 2 for $1 One lot of Short SLEEVE DRESSES. all new this eason, nice colorings, several styles to Iect from. .Think of it a whole new dress for on!r 3. Why make EM'? Also an entirely new DRESS ITEM just re- ceived the past week is the "GAD ABOUT DRESS" as advertised in and guaranteed by GOOD HOUSE KEEPING, they are made of full shrunk Linenes and Pique fabrics. The fs axe uausl|Y found in dre scs that II$1.95. We offer a wonderful dress for service for 98c A lot of FANCY APRONS that formerly sold at 49c for our re,fular price 26 Young Gentlemen's Wash Suits ages 4 to 6 5c Young Ladies' Dresses, ages 4 to 6 for 25c. Young Ladies Pleated Shirt Dresses, ages 4 to 6 for 39c. Young Ladies Panty Dresses, aes 4 to 6 4. ANKLE SOX--a new assortment for 10c, 15c, 19c, 25c. Sizes 4 1-2 to i0. All and more to be found at Vogelsang's Quality hest -- Pfx/xt West Side Heat +EARLY WEEK'S SPECIAL " m i,iiii II I - II ,, I I II I 9 HAMS--PICNIC--sugar cured, per lb. .... 1-2c l Ullll _ IIL I ll Illl I I I III Ill I BRgAST BACON--sugar cured, per lb. 10c Whole or half ............... Choice BEEF and VEAL STEAK, per lb. ................. FRESH FH of An ....................... Kinds im, i .... t i i You an Always Welm , d Wd Meat lda Iy Your Meat. and Mt Your F t UNDERHILL'S CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE 'tY r , GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES A great authority recently said, "To throw a Jinx into hard times, offer women ral vlue" Right--double righ't ! .Not in a long time have we seen sh tee- emndo crowds in Krocr Stores. Man report mre and more new faces every day. No wonder, K:%c: h:s a+ain de the unvsnal. In ee'ebrat|on of a different kind of Fiftieth Ann:vcrsary, we have gone to producers with large orde and planned pflcm that prompt women to fill thetr shelves. '- tKs wek. we add another group of gold opportunities f Friday awl Pure Cane 100-Lb Bag $4.19 NAVY BEANS Chop e Mehigan Rd ek CA31PBELL's IOL" 25C KStAFT's CHEESE An Loaf 24C PJ' Cream 'c..+, 2 Lb'23; ii ii ii i i i 10 +, 42cl [ ii1,11 ii i i i BEANS Pork CAN8 Co.nty C:ub Pork and Beana, 4 Cans JEWELL flgAND 17c ............... + ..... 17e Ca BAG JELLO ASORTED FLAVORS 4"s. 25C Cemtry Cab ,., ...+,,..,, P' 19t o. 8PAG]gII STANDARD CORN" 5" a.' 25c COU.qTIgY CLU er M&,RrgLL MOUSE ' E COFF E -. 31c COUNTnY CLUB SODA Crackers 2  17c CO)ANUT MLSHXJhU)W COOKIES ". 17c Pl-eeres  1 OUlWET CLUll 2,. 27c Dressing '" Dill, I1 or COgltT CLUi SLICED Pi neapple 2 ,,: + 33c STANDAnD PEAS 3"' s 25c MAY C,LRN. OGE rlgKOIg Teas -- 15c - 29e Country Club finest Creamery Butter 21c STANDa.KD OIHBN BEANS 4 - 25 couNTnl CLUB. y Sflt PEAS .,o.: ,, 17c PINEAPPLE Canning Time Is Here Extra Fine Quality Cuban 24 Size, 2 for 25c 18 Size,Crate 24 Size, Crate" $2.7918 Size Each Bannanas 5 lbs 25c Potatoes, bag Only Meat Markets Carry Meat Items. $2.69 _ "! 1 $1.07 2.O N A 2 lllDS LETTUCE . o = 15 POTATOES nAG . " ". APPLES ...,+,,,..x 25c Anniversary Meat Specials BEEF STEAKS BEEF ! ROAST/ BOUND SIELOIN SWISS FIANK CHUCK CHUCK ARM STANDING RIB Lb. 19 Lb. 19c , Lb. 19c Lb. 19e Lb. 15c Lb. 12c Lb. 14c , Lb. 15c BACON +'""' "'" +"" Wh o+ llIf St4e PIGS FEET ""+" IJlo ! t-OZ. 10e 29c isr Cared 8bsmk FRANKFuRTERS LI rg JIIley