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PAGE TWO Mrs. Harry J. Wible and Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison were An Jack- sonville last Saturday and attend- ed the Mother's day activities at MacMurray College, where the ormer's daughter. Miss Jean, is a student. The young lady accom- panied them home for a visit over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Earles of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thonson, sons Bobby and Jim- my, of Springfield, made an auto trip Sunday to Rutland and visit- ed the formers' daughter, Mrs. Alfred Tomlinson, and family. A 6 o'clock chicken dinner was given Sunday evening, May 4, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Theobald )n South Marion street, in honor of the second birthday anniversary of their little grand- daughter, Betty ay Hanahan. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Hanahan and daughter Betty Kay, Nick Warries and daughter Judith . Elaine, Fermin Reiman, of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. John Riedle. ! week.end 0s/y come m our Lowe Beochers Mello-Gloss Palnt.Fashion kmtiw.L All you need m do is to write 25 wos or less and you may win one at the grand cash prizes or the lllo- C.-,lm.  Ki NOTHING TO BUY TO ENTER THIS EASY CONTEST There's no obligation-- nothing m buy to ester this easy contest. No fancy writing ]ability is necessary. The Mello-Gloss Stylizer Kit will be wwarded to the local person whose is adjudged best by impartial local judge. National prize winners of cash gizes will be selected by competent mid impartial judges not connected with or influenced in any way by the Lowe Brothers Company. Anyone may mr except our employees or their fm31es. Judges' decisions will be farad. Duplicate prizes will be awarded m cue of tie. J. M. Rothwell MOUNT pULASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT pULASKI, ILLINOIS o00ce I00=c0020000LT arLu.gx " " " ete Association has been 1o- unaay nlgnt o c _ isses Jennie and Alice ! Cem ry  - ] ........ s ,assed through The M .. I ated in the Times News omce zor _rap mu,, v_ n "e of Kennev were in the cxty 1 c " aski billed from New  ro , -, a number of years,but last Satur-/Mount   : ..... a vn In l Sattwday and called on old frmnds ! de the sec- umeans to t-eux ,* ..... . day a change was ma ,_ .  ........ re were 17 carloads]and folTter neighbors. . I retary, Mrs. Anna E. mngeqloe- u. ...... -in- from St Louisi Mrs James T. Ryan, grana- t m her desk to the office ox at vananas go g " r Juanita R an, and mov" g *" - --" o Idaughte , Y City Cler Charles schmitz on true o mcagc.  B Kent visit-Igrsmdson, Leslie Ross, wife and east side of the square. _ .. _r.. an m. ,cav and Tues-i little daughter Nancy Ann, visited The members of the Rose Dell ea m ..aua .,,- - lis .v. ! in Granite City from Saturday to " U- aa witn his meue, ,,. --- --a Commumty Club held their ann . y Monday with the formels son, unda , Ma 4, at man. al picnic dinner S Y Y ......... , visited in Charles Ryan, and family. 1 house re- rams larDartt z,o . the Rose Dell schoo The Buchanan school, two miles tween this city and Chestnut Peoria from Friday evening to marking the close of another year Sunday with her sister, Miss Mary northwest of city, was the scene of school. The club gave a surprise June Barnes. Sonday, May 3, of a potluck din- A delightful May miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Edward Rentmeiste;, liv- her at noon. followed by a short was held lsoasfMesr the teacher, Mrs. Harry Long, who ing six miles southeast o the program marking the close of the I e e was formerly Miss Wilma Vail. city, was taken to St. Clara's hos- I school year. The teacher, Frank ! -rtained members She received many beautiful and pital in IAncoln Monday morninglPassmore Jr., has been erupt yed _ " -1 " and sere useful gifts, in the Schahl abulance for med-I for another year. E Neume er fUCds" 'We Hundr Williaxa J. Arnold underwent a ical care and observation. ] Rev. and Mrs. F. . Y ' - *he rizes were surgical operation Saturday in St. Mr. and Mrs. John Kibby, Jr., were in Beason Monday evening lrs SaL Be and Clara's hospital, Lincoln. and John Kibby, Sr., living six and attended a 6 o'clock dinner t . " - - - tur, Mrs. Henry J. Mayer visited in miles west of city, visited in Chi- and business meeting at the Meth-t i nd a Champaign from Friday to Sun- cago SaturdaY and Sunday with odist parsonage several,ministers . s day with her daughter, Miss Lou- the latter's son, Woodrow Kibby, and wives being guests of Rev. wom. II and Mrs. Underwood: ! Mrs. paul She Y ise, who attends the University of and wife. Illinois. She attended the Mother's Mrs. Ira Veail was hostess to Miss Noma Jean, Frank Smith, day to visit her sister, U. Tutwiler, also Ryan and other old friends. John Kibby, Sr., Fant made a catur Wednesday Mrs. Shelby F Cora Holmes, Mr. Curtis returned from a four-day Tenn., where they mer's daughter, Mrs. and husband sas. accompanied bY the Tuesday Afternoon Club on April 29. when Five Hundred was played. The prizes went to Mrs. George J. Smith. Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley and Miss Anna Fuhrer. The next hostess will be Miss An- na Schafer. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stall made an auto trip Sunday to St. Louis, Mo. Gilbert F. Spenler, on Monday night made a shipment of three carloads of livestock over the Illi- nois Central to Baker, He)me & Co.. at the Union Stock yards, Chicago. In the consignment were 62 head of cattle and 28 hogs. He was accompanied to market by W. H. Leiznbach, living east of city. Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen MeVey on South Lafayette street were Mrs. Thomas Pope and little daughter Di,. Carol Luise. Miss Noretta Mc- Vey, John Jesse, of Springfield; FUN Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Kelly, daugh- ters Joyce and Mary Ellen of Bar- tonville. Mrs. James Anderson. who lives SE in Marine with her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Philip Homerin and son, Robert, of Peoria, visited in city from Sunday to Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow, of St. Louis, Mo., vimted here Satur- day with his sister, .Mrs. Grace I McDonald, and several remves i.and old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Dillsav- er, Mrs. Margaret Nolan and Mrs. Larch Z. qApp made an auto trip Sunday afternoon to Chanute Avi- ation Field near Rantoul. Mr. and Mrs. Perry I-L Harrison were in Beason last Friday even- ing and attended the benefit stunt show given by the alumni associ- ation of the Beason community high school, in the school gymna- sium. The Buckles school, three miles west of city, closed the tera Fri- day, May 2. with a program. The teacher, Miss Florence Wagner, has accepted the position for the caming school year. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church will hold a Food Sale in the Community garage Saturday, MaY 10, commencing at 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel, of Detroit, Mich., visited near city Saturday an Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceml ucz- Day banquet and program. The fire department was called Sunday afternoon to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lyons on East Cooke street where a water heat- er had caused some trouble in the basement. No damage resulte& Mrs. Stella Beard and daughter, Mrs. Edra Ruffner, of Decatur, were visitors in the city this Thursday. Mrs. Beatrice Tribbett and nephew, Harris Smith, of Marine, arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Black- ford. Mrs. Sophia Myers of Chicago visited old neighbors and friends in the city from Sunday to Thurs- day. The GoOd Will Society of St. Thames Aquinas Catholic church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul E. Beidler on North Lafayette street. Following the business meeting Five Hun- dred was played, the prizes going to MiSs Jennie Cooney of Elkhart and Mrs. Charles Schmitz. Do you know that one out of every 24 Romns Hosiery Custom- ors at Clear's recetves one pair free? Make your next pair. of hose Rollins. T h e Never-Grow-Old Society will meet at 2:30 I). m. Friday, I May 9, in the home of Mrs. F. E: I Neumeyer on North Vine stree I with Mrs. Claude Upp assisting I hostess. Mrs. Bessie Halberg, of Prince- ton, and daughter, Miss Margaret Halherg, of Springfield, arrived Saturday for a visit of several days with the former's son, Leroy A. Halberg, and wife. If you happened to be around the railroad station soene night you might wonder what all the activity is about, in the movement and transferring of so many car- load lots of various materials on the two divisions of the Illinois Fred I. Ed geli AHorney-a-Law Sherman Building LINCOLN, ILL. Dr. Margaret Lushbaugh CHIROPODIST -- FOOT SPECIALIST 420 N. Lafayeffe St. PHONE 125 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Housewives Are your home appliances in tip-top shape? If nor, be sure to carl-us for a check-up. We repair all kinds of appll- ances. Reasonable an Ec;ent Service Mt. Pulaski Appliance Store Mount Pulask;, Ill. - Phone 187 , GRADU aunt, Mrs. Alma deen. South Dakot *.the city Sunday to Shelly's father, I and sister, Mrs. : and family. Phone 83 , A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. 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