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11941 Clyde Munyon, who is working l a picnic dinner was enjoyed Sun-[ Clr, ...- m lday. A program was given and I i .I/+r" r&apos;Dli' --';l,,Pq U [the directors treated all to ice[ I.1i; r./ .. [ cream. | -- NEAL GULSC I Ambrose %Vitt was rehired to MRS HARRY PIATr den -v teach the Birks school again and " - had a picnic dinner Wednesday Correspondent . ---._.__ at the school. . I l_ -------- 's.treeqttend - faIi9 addMrSuppSearm vS tt Mae/of S:sL:l?n2ee tWwdet. "_ u ntlay, scott and family, l ers have been re-emplo.yea I or_ne " mlcClure and or= Wlovd Scott and baby son, coming year T. A. Gupton a pL .- and Mr. and Cvnftnn Vilham and family. Mrs. eioal and Miss Franeem Nea p and ehil- .lbez-t'\\;%;i'liam and Cecil Wit2m mary. - --ternoon of last With Sam and family and Mr. and .Mrs.. y- On Wednesaay ,a ........ -eir mond KustereV. and famuY at tenu- week the Lames " A!a 2$.sch'l Leekrone ed a birthday dinner at the home white elephant sam m toe Sunday at- of Ross Beck at Rochester. yard witl a fair crowd present. latter's sister, Junior Leckrone spent the week- Roy Moore was auctioneer and near Lanes- Ed Gulso spent with Ar.thur ister and Floyd home of Neal rnest Hild and Mrs. Bet- Sunday ae Dunn and is 2sit- r for MUsser call- Wife Sunday given in Friday her father, Those there Mr. nd Mrs. and Mr. and me mouJt" mul Mr. and Mrs. D. B. KeoMar and the sale wa quite a success as they cleared $60. Ivy Neal dona- ted a nice sized pig which brought $10 and there were several bush- els of corn donated. We wish to thank all who were so nice to do- Halstead and family, nate and help to make the sale The Birks community C lub will a success. ...... .+ -,ith a nro- Mr. and Mrs. Otle Bryant.and meet Friday -," l "+- , - son J. W. were Spring$iela shOp- gram being presentedL  er had ipers Wednesday of last _we;ikron Mr. and Mrs Sam Kuster .. Mr and Mrs. James Ko supper with carl Hild and tamuY of Lincoln visited from Monday Sunday evening. [to Wednesday night of last week Scroggin and Copeland school !with their daughter, Mrs. Willis had their icnic dinner sun aay. Gaffney and family. .... P-- .+- renired tor: Mr and Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs: 2,aarv lVla nau uv-.-*, . the coming term. Harry Long has Chloe Jenner attended services at end visiting relatives in Spring- field. Rae Harper visited sunday with Eileen Stopher. Mr. and Mrs. girts George Stopher and the spent the afternoon with Roland the Christian church in Lincoln Wednesday night of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Gosda of Evansville, Wis., spent Tuesday night of last week with her moth- or Mrs- Lawrence Pugh and on Wednesday all attended the tuner- al of +Mr. Goa's brother, near in Chicago, came .down Sunday family and L. F. Keohl.ar were and moved his family and house- stmppers m Mount Pulaski Frmay hold goods to Chicago. afternoon. Mr. and 2hreinNe%ruulanofMioAufne C.L. Coats and Elmer Moore and Miss K . P . t were Lincoln shoppers Saturday Pulaski were sunday evemng, morning" nPdPe.segetelch/fme e of Mr'.. ---Llo -YdoMOOre wa+/a Mount Pu- " :laKi pper Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Oscar Billings I ...... . .. _ _ ' win. Ke<nnar and Henry Mason n  . . daughter and son o L near.mae shopped m Lincoln Saturday aft- sents nt the day Sunaay With ner .......... ,,,.,,,,, + tnP0ther, Mrs. Laura Fuiten, and family. Carlie Davis of Cornland vis- Do you know that one out of ited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coats and every 24 Rolling Hosiery Custom- family of Springfield visited rela- ers at Cler's receives one tires here Sunday. fr? Make your next pair of Rain is needed here as the ground is very dry. Several from here shopped in Mount Pula dki and Lincoln Sat- urday  evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Logan Coats of springfield visited relatives here Sunday afternoon. John Cravens of Williamsville was here on business Sunday af- ternoon. John Pyle of Elkhart was here on business Thursday afternoon. Lloyd Keohlar of Springfield visited relatives here Friday eve- ning. Taylor Turley and C. L. Coatg and son Paul were Lincoln ,op- p.ers Thursday morning. ho Rollins. Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE --CALL Shell Senfice $Mio. Mount Pulaski -- Phone 44 REVERSE CHARGES SHEETS FUNF200 HOME ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN HUTCHCRAF'r Phone 263 been rehired and or SELLING sed Household , Ruqs or [et or Furniture to YOur visR- the interest MART ;ty Ha I Buildinq inco n reen, Mrs. L day evening with Robert cope- sons of land and family. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar poffenbar- 00eago wand b%ita00d#Z ?#00Jfr: e tenoarger " ' lm, hme flger's sister-in-law, .Mrs" Z.erada 1"2_  I Poffenbarger and ntece ana nus =y er- 1,, , x,r o,wl Mrs Eugene v=, le k, Crgm !at Taylorx, ille Sunday..On t:,ers ^_  me ! way home they stoppea m pm.n,= _unaay[ field at the homes of Morrmon eer r IVr as. Bro,,m and Louis sexton. "I Mr. and Mrs. Neat Gulso_an on Leo Robert attended the funeral o ,^ .. nard [ ...... mson at Eminence l ouae of lamueJ . z,,v_+^ Tuesday at- "lth Mr. and unure.n near Auaut and family., ternoon. c'neland church was given a o't-'e naint Wednesday, a group ;i-men "from this vicinity dOienrg e the work. Those helping w Charles Herring Otto Henriehs- meyer, George ' Ed and Robert i Guiso, Willis Avers, Sam Green, Emar Alls %rn. Hawk, Herbert Shellhammer. Gordon Bobell, John Washbond. Fred Bellatti, Win. Purcell, Webster Butler, Noble Usherwood, Percy Kepner and Lloyd Payne. The ladies furnish- ed and served the dinner at noon. Etta Gulso. Nellie Bellatti, Maude Herring, Margaret Henrichsmey- er. Inez Alls, Maeie Gulso, Eva Ayers and daughters Lucille, Zella and Betty, and Ruby Quandt. We want to thank everyone who help- , ed any way. been rehired also. Laura Payne had dinner with her son, Lloyd, and family. In the afternoon all went to Dawson and visited Kenneth O'Brien and family. Mr, and Mrs J. O. Leonar and Verna Mae Hatfield spent T+,urs- mother that EXTRA dress she'd love to have summer wardrobe. A practical, yet thrilling, any mother. SHEERS We have a larqe selection ,RGE SIZES of beautiful dresses in stun- ning, youthful and flaffering styles. and s39s 198 Atlanta. Harold Stults, who Montana a few weeks ago to work, returned last week and left for Chicago Sunday to look for work. charles- Austin visited a few days last week witl his sister, ylrs. Elden Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Rell Moore and little son Jackie of Peoria, spent the week-end with his parentS, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. Mr. and Mrs. clarence Duncan and little daughter of Latham spent the week-end with her sis- ter, Mrs. Charles Manley. Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Clar- ence Duncan and Mrs. Charls Manley attended the copeland school reunion Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Spain and daughters Florence Jane and Ka- therine, and Miss C-oldie Williams of near Edinburg called on friends Sunday. Mr.+ and Mrs. Elmer Foster p:nt the day sunday near Dec a- "with her sister, Mrs. Alta m- il. i). AITCHISOli JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Col!ecficns and Notarial Work went to. - .......... Your steady smoke is bound to be A 00esonal selection. Ma00els are"good ompang" .as buddies, they're ped00ction! SNYDER BLDG. S. WASHINGTON --' --bri hfen your home with @o, especially designed f I THIS SPRING ,_ .:gJo ooms per+onality an. charm, !;!+ l "+ +"+ '  + ! LATES. T DECORATOR-APPROVED STYLES IN ++ y I ,AIIMSTIIOIIg'S I.IIIOLEIIM . e are so gayly eo.ul and u.to- ] ! .... Y',,lin+" these new linoleum pat- ++ ! the-ananue ..... rfee rescription for reviving -:g" l terns are the pe P tired-looking room. ' You'll find types suitable to almost I every decorative sohe.me: .Embosse_d F 'a anUque . ..,i<:// .* I  roon:--sparlding marbleized dem.gns I  ..... . ,,,uRicolor accents for kitcnen, ' w* " e A | | $ also ay white-and-blue Holland tfl v I --- r --t tegrru--and el aic, spaced - block EA I  v- es for halls They're all beautiful, ,z////i:+: ' tyP " ., . ': , l el| Styled t ]e l:ntetctJlv :  +ends. Y " I Select One Ted and Have It, Ex- -"f- pertly Installed--All at a Modest Cost. It IOU'LL GIVE VALUE PLUS STYLE DRESS FROM SPURGEON'S eOEo00' J.M. Rothwell Lumber Co. MOUNT PULASKI SIONI'I"II 'N'IOONI'I ,/