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' FOUIg LATHAM-- The consolidated orchestra cam-| posed of Mount PulasKi and La-I tham high schools was held at Latham Tuesday, May 6. The Ladies Aid of the Metho- dist church was held at the home of Mrs. Anna Voile. Quite a number of the Christian church members motored to St. Louis Sunday to attend the Chris- tian church national conference. Mr. and Mrs. George Wad-' and Mrs. Howard Heft motored to Normal College Sunday to attenCt the Mother's Day program. The Young Peoples society of i the Christian churches of Logan county met at Atlanta Monday night. Mrs. Robert seefeldt spent Wedt- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Ev- erett Ferry. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seefeldt Tuesday were J. W. Kathner and Eva Katlmer of Ciago and Mr. and Mrs. Jv- erett Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. i ! ;i , Moun Pulaski chapter of the gan county sportmen's Club will! be held in the city clerk's office at 7:30 p m. Monday, May 12. At this time the members of the Mount Pulaski conservation Club, Inc., will meet in joint session with the parent organization to discuss plans and policies for the summer season as it relates to the Special music err and RcI. ,.were.:,m .TTr ab_ Nr telet at  fever m w%ld break semor choirs: at the University. They also "| Was there ever a name that lives t tended the Mother's Day exercises| like thine, " -- unda morni at the Wesley| . ._ , I At 7:30 p. m ounYtion ng IVill there ever be anotner, a Mother's Day led the oats and lThe Angels have reared in Heav- given at the Ch The ram he p . e I-- t. stopped the corn planting for a en a shrine,, to the holy nam i East Cooke stree while. .  | of Mother.-- i welcome. The Cornland baU team piayea| Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. t  -- new lake project on Salt Creek. a Clinton team last Sunday ana Worship Service at 10:45 a. zm, I Dave Hawk and President Otto Ey requLe:Yrs.ha. 11 ' Wp:ela::;;g services will be held sermon topic, "Mother." were Lincoln those still having memb " P [at both churches this Sunday -'q ent ana maze re- books to be pres . . I mornin Secial Mother's Day 1 ports" Seed will be distributea  rvices" vill be held. All are in- o# A HEW " free t all farmers wh:rtIvited t attend the services" p help in the conservation " Y l Albert Hart who left recently places to provide coverage and I for army service and has been sta- 2 rIH.,P0ER feed for quail and pheasants dur- ! tioned at Rockford spent the week ing the winter months. The dis-lend with home folks. He expects ribution of game birds can only be made on farms where seed pat- ches are planted. A feature of the meeting will be motion pictures of interest to sportsmen, supplied by Field and Stream. Robert Seefeldt. The Past Chiefs' club met at A. V. CIS TO MEET the home of Mrs. Liza Gasaway TUESDAY E'vTANING with Lela Dunn as hostess and Mrs. Hattie Allison won the Bin- The A. V. class of the Methodist go prize i church will meet witl Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. William Turner I R ickfrds, about five miles west Ethel Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Billy I of the city, at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Benton of Argenta and Mrs. Nell May 13, the assisting hostesses to Nieman of Warrensburg spent be Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer, Mrs. R. Sunday afternoon in Lincoln with C. Beidler, Mrs. Kenneth Renner Mr. and Mrs. Len Turner. and Miss Etta Upp. Members are The Christian Missionary soci- ety met Wednesday afternoon at asked to bring to meeting a baby the home of Mrs. Bertha Vaughan. or childhood picture of themselves. Mrs. A. F. Williams' mother, Mrs. Roads of Mississippi, is vis- -D iting Mrs. Williams. The Senior class of the Latham CORNLAND community high school will pre- sent a three act mystery farce, "Aunt Susie Shoots bhe Works" The annual high school three- on May 9 and 10. act play will be given by the szu- The play will be presented with dents Friday night May 9th, at 8 ti following all-star cast: o'clock. Aunt Susie Stowe -- Beverly Waddell. An implement shed on the Mrs. Scarlet Deanne--Lucille Wach- R. R. Humphrey farm west of Cornland was destroyed by fire ter. Laura Dawson--Doris Phillips. early Thursday morning. Albert Madame Zola Iona Purcell. Johnson, tenant on the farm., had shelled corn the day before and Mrs. Edward DunningMarjor- the fire was believed to have start- ie Gasaway. Portia Lark---ena Tucker. ed from the burning shucks. Joy Herbert--JoAnn Games. Mrs. Alvin Day ho has been a Omar Graves--George Heft. patient at St. Clara s hospital the LaSalle Johnson- Junior Mar- past 11 weeks as the result of a shall, fractured hip receive m a fail a Johnny Rogers---Bill Howe her home came home in Schahl's Slick Conway--Oharles Allison. ambulance on Wednesday. She is improving but still bedfast. GIRL S(]OI71 TO Mrs. Logan Barber of Etkhart, Hal20 INVESTITURE Mrs. Everett Cherry, Ruth Ann The Mount Pulask troop of Girl Cherry, Harleen Bryson and Min- Scouts are planning to hold an nie D. Bryson visited with Mrs. Lenora Logan at St. John's sani- Znmmetiture on the evening of May 19th. Details will be given tarium at Riverton last Sunday afternoon. in next week's paper. Everett Cherry purchased a new WII2L TEACH IN THE truck wednesday. BROADWELL GRAE SCHOOL ! Mrs. M. . "Drake and sons, Rob- Thomas Arthur Gupton, Jr. who - - liws one mile west of Mount Pu- IJPP on 00mpleted A F third year as teacher of the Hunt- er school between Lincoln and INSURANCE Lawndale. For the next school term he has accepted the princi: pahi.p of the Broadwell tirade sChOOl. OF ALL SPORTSMEN'S CLUB KINDS TO MEET MONDAY The next regular meeting of the =qrtD UP, STIRD UP FOR JESU5" . 'i . ye soldiers of the Cross; - - "- : : .-" :- " _ : - -_ Lilt hi His royal banner|  jl",/", It must not suffer los":  From vict'r unto vict'ry .I _lllfllltlll.JIL _ Hi a,y si, aU He lead. ll Till ev'ry foe is anquished _ ' --- .-_- --- - -- And Christ is Lor indeed. a pkd,laio , L- L.J sue.e much persecution I or r ,%, . ] L- m Mende. ol omu'oOe cu'm rz "'' --" R.ELIGIOIA5. F00eevorn-4x00 to, be transferred to a southern camp in the near future. Mrs. G. R. Batterton's brother, Dick Hester, who was critically burned last week in Jonesboro, Ar- kansas, still remains in a critical condition. Several of the people are hav- ing their roofs painted. The work is being done by a man from W'aynesville. Mr. William Gertiscn returned frsr Ownseboro, Ky., Tuesday ev- ening where he had spent the week end. THE METHODIST CHURCH " F.E. Neumeyer, pastor Sunday, May 11, is Mother's Day. Let everybody attend church somewhere and wear a flower in of Mother. ,'MOTHER" '0 magical word, may it never die from the lips that love to speak it, by MA$$EY.HARRIS ABUNDANT POWER AT A PRICE YOU AFFORD TO PAY BROOKER FARM PHONE 2 I OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS SHOP HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 9- 10 Cap Grapefruit Juice 46-oz. cn 19c Cap Hawaiian Pineapple, 46-oz. 33c Golden Age Coffee Itb. 29c {with bowlJ MERIT Salad Dressing qt. 21o Cap Barfleff Pears .. 21/2 can 23c CAP WHOLE GREEN OR WAX BEANS ........ 2 No. 2 cans 29c Cap Peas and Carrots 2 No. 2 29c SUN MAID SEEDLESS RAISINS, 15-oz ...... 3 pkgs. 25c Raisins, Market Seedless, 2 Ibs. 15c i Bisquiok 40-oz. pkg. 290 i i ii F. L. Diced Frf. 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