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i ]PAGE TWELVE THE MOUNT pLAiKI TIttlES-NEWS, MOUNT pULASKI. ILLINOIS I 00F_FLECTION00 1" i '% ]By.  :&tt, m. '" THURSDAY. MJkY 8, be in charge of the evening ser-land the minor project on Flowers" was given by vices. Rev. Doolen will deliver the Ba- ! err Hayes. The lealth paper I read by Mrs. John Johnston. Local Events AUSTIN calaureate sermon for Imtham C. H. S. Sunday night, :May 2a m the  Earnest Blakesman had Mr. and :Mrs. Ray Gregory, Mrs. I MISS HATTIE KERWOOD high school, recreation. Carol Jean Voile Frank :Maxey, :Mrs. Lillian "vVoelf- i and MAss Effie Rupp of Santa (Continued from Page 1) I Corresponden Hadley teacher, Vera Spangler, a reading. The hostesses s m'onica, California, arrived in city make sure that they are equippedl m- took her four pupils to Spring- a delicious lunch Next .... ----" - -- field Wednesday for their last day will be with Mrs. Blakeman, se claims. Still grand weather, but need of school this term. iMrs Ellen Volle assistant to visit the women's sis- to meet tho. +. Irain. Corn planting is under waY- The Harmony Home Bureau Iess. . ..... S" ter and brother, Mrs. Sarah Lach- .*.* . ,,_A u_ I Roy J Dale Doolen assmeu  .._;  m,,dav afternoon Apr 1 The pastor was que sl=, . enmyer and George Rupp, and - believes tnat spo,c- ...... exercises at -,- .........  ' - '  so no reaemn *- . he .... rtisements of her/the commencement . 22 with Mrs. F. Westerman, xlthiday exen.ng P other relatives. Mrs. Ralph Down- ttren are avv , ..... t. [ Lane Thursday evening, t :Mrs Chancev Myers as assistant I vice was held. and son Bobby, also of santa failure to adjust sons_ana u.u..-, rence Rau and family spent,_ :" -- .... e--bers and', onica, came Wednesday, and - -- -'d Nor does the l Cla ......  Wrights nosess, lweve ,q . L paid tip iS " rl o ters xo tne u _ , *^ be Sunday Apm*  aL .  two guests were present Miss Mc- I Is your subscription wise Mother snow nerse t. axe visiting at the Lachenmyer Casner, and this Sunday with ' home and also with Bobby'S Inald, adviser, gave the major o not.* relatives at Champaign. project on "Foundation Garments"' advance. If not, why grandmu'ents, :Mr. and Nirs. Harry o,ned by her chlidren. She insists near on being treated with respect and I Fifty-two were present for Sun-  Downing. thereby teaches that respect for day school. Birthday offerings ot others which is the ha.sis of eixMi- twenty-two cents, from James Stiles and Curtis Rau, were re" HENRY OPPITZ It Costs No More zation. $t eelved. Ross Rau received the To have your clothes And by enriching her mind 4th gold pin. Several have been attending the MADE TO ORDER knowledge of what is going on teachers' training school in Deca- AT around her, she becoanes the corn- tur on Monday evenings for flv rude of her children in their edu- ;essions. CLEAR'S t,o, and development of inter- The State W. :M. A. convention pholstering and TapestrY International Tailoring Co. eats, do as the pioneers advance s being held in Decatur this week U Agency " along the highway of the future, Wednesday through Friday. she ha her seat in the covered The Mother-Daug.hter meeting, potluck supper and program is to wagon, be held May 15. CABINET WORK AND REFINISHING tt Homer Rodeheaver, the gospel , Mother, like all of us, Is encour- OL! oo to feel that she is worth- present at the First U. B. church , in Decatur Tuesday night, :May 13. HEATRE  CLINTON while  that. toil and trouble are Young Peoples' Day will be ob- not in vain  that effort is show- erved May 18, at which time the PHONE 769-L of the church will "it 309 S. KICKAPOO SATURDAY, MAY iOfh ing results. Dung people She is, for example, never as AUTO FINANCING LINCOLN, ILL. a fandango happy as ,,..hen she says to Fath- A U T 0 L 0 A N S er, ,'How fortunate we are in our 20 MONTHS TO REPAY children'" And what rewards her is not wealth or success achieved $100 Loan $6.72 :Monthly y by sons and daughters, however t $150 Loan $10.08 Monthly Y gratifying these may be, but qual- $200 Loan $13.38 Monthly , IOES ities of courtesy, affection, s)np- $250 Loan $16.64 :Monthly  . thy and thought for others. ' $19.88 Monthly $: I $300 LOan Payments Include Principal These are the ,tnning qualities And Interest on Monthly Balance of which society can never have At 3c - to $150, 2% to $300 too much and b# displaying them, ARTHUR children, on Mother's Day acclaim REFLANCING LAK Mother's Day. Hence, when the Larry Simms task of rearing is finished, and so- Ctr Need Not Be Paid For. TReGulzst eiety absorbs the mature boy or Extra Cash Advanced. girl, Mother's influence continues. Payments Reduced. Confidential. Note: Warren Manley of Van "Loans in Nearby To.ms" SPECIAL MIDNIGHT %Vert, Ohio, fomnerly of Lake i SHOW SATURDAY Fork, sent us this contribution, i PEOPLES FINANCE COMPANY . which he has dedicated to his MAY 10h AT II :30 P.M. hoo, mates of the clsss of 1891. t130 W. Main St. Decatur. Ill. OUR .... M ,. CLASSIFIED SECTION If you hVe An3alng to Sell, Trade, Want to Buy. l[ve ]Lt or Foundthis section of the Times-News will get y,m the action SUN.-MON. MAY II-12 you want. Stmdre4 of others hve found thi to be true---wll not you .* dpr/&td Se(fg[di'y WILL BUY LIVESTOCK OF ALL THREE FRESH COW'S with KINDS. Dick Brown, 8 miles calves at side; one registered south and 2 miles west of Jersey heifer springer; two Jer- sey heifers, will be fresh in two Mount Pulaski. weeks; three well broke saddle JUST WlUl 25 WOldS OR [1[$$ and ROO][S FOR RENT--Suitable for horses; two good kid-broke pun- you may win one of the big cash light housekeeping or living and ies. Joe Hutter, Mount Pulaski, prizes listed below, or the Mello- paint that's first for sleeping room. Only three avail- Ill. Gloss Stylizer Kit containing all of and washable wear. Then able. Hot water at all times. 25 Times Apartment Hotel. FOR RENT--Near Mount Pulse- the materials for a complete one- ki, good five room house, gar- room beauwtreatmentasprescribed may win you one of the HYBRID SEED CORN  Crw's/ den, place for chickens, pigs, by professional decorators, in this exciting contest. dependable hybrid. Have small su 1 of choice corn on hand. 1 cow. Geo. E. Kiick, Latham, 1"11. YOU MAY Wilt _ ,P2 Ferry. 3 miles sout heast TANTED---Buyer for an Aldrich pint e,, - - - $s0o ca,h A tOOK OR 6ND V .... tt _. Pianola, player piano with MickeyooneY of Mount pulaski. ot PrLe - " $2S0 Cash Somebody in your Lewis Sto bench, owned by a lady now ]iv- win a Mello-Gloss Fay Hol&m I AM IN NEED of good breeding ing in California. The original Third  - " " $150 Ca=h may as well be you! bulls, see Dick BrOmm, 8 miles cost of this Instrument was or- her, you may win one south and 2 miles west of Mount er $500,00. It is in perfect con-  IPrtt - - $ 7$ Oath national cash prizes. dition and is now offered at the Fif prke . - - $ aS Cash will be judged solely on TUES.-WED. MAY 13-14 Pulaski. the biello-Gloss Styllzer CASH pAID for dead horses and extremely low price of $75.00. JOB-DAYS Cattle. Hors and small animals See and hear it at the Logan  Cash Crisis of $ 25 Ech awarded to the local County Furniture Mart, North o, me PA*IIo-Io,, Stylize, Kff entry is adjudged best bY Salary WiJJ Be Sb0.00 Jf Job Js removed free. Call Dr. C.M. of City Hall Building, Lincoln, local judges. No Accepfed May 7fh Merriman, phone 15. IlL National prize winners FOR SAI0 ibS. or 15,000 Ibs. AT THE C.PPS NURSERY -- There's lots m see--lots to learn prizes are selected by TkemtClELL home grown Baby Golden pop- For the coning week we offer 5 mad no obligation to buy at our =nd impartial judges not ' jIflTZ.at to 6 feet peach trees 3 for $i.00, Mello-Gloss Paint.Fashion Festival. with or influenced in bmsST[PWENSOI corn. AlsO popcorn popped for: ltllrel iyIill special occasions. Leave orders assorted varieties. Also fine Don't miss this fesdval of spring dc Lowe B: others Ina llii$ at Schick's Shoe Slp or Mount cherry, pear and apple trees at colors and sunlit rooms. Learn how one may enter except eas it is to paint-style your home in our store and their .... -- Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- 40c each. Get yours before they sion of the judges are all sold. You will have to the modern Mello-Gloss manner. -- Learn about Lowe Brothers duplicate prizes will THURS.-FRI. MAY 15-16 los. pay double this price next sea- :Hello-Gloss, the semi-gloss wall caeofade. ON OUR STAGE HOUSE FOR RENT--Two-story son. We will have plenty of 7-room house, newly decorated, cabbage, tomato and sweet po-  ,,t The C. C. H. S. Speclal located on South Washington tato plants grown from state in- $ ]'If[ Orchesfra Presenfs street. :Mrs. Harry Wells. Phone SlX=cted Kentucky seed. Some $[IZ[ ttfftff ttl fine 13tidal Wreath Spirea 2 to "MAROON MAYTIME 236. 3 feet at the low price of 20c , !4% FARM LOANS, any amount, each; also I)warf pink spirea at MELODIES quick service, liberal terms" A1- 35c; and lovely Hydrangea so a few good farms for sale, shrubs at 15c. Also a large ON THE SCREEN on easy terms. George Kiick, shipment of hardy field grown I JACKIE COOPER I,Ltham. tomato plants will arrive and I BEll BONITA GRANVILLE FOR S1929Clvrolettruck' the pricewillbel0cperdze.n' J M ROTHWELL LUM in good condition with good grain Phone us your order and we.win [ "00llant Sons" bed. Also boys bicycle in good call you P a soon as they I " a condition. Carl scaffenacker, come. Phone 74 or call at the J phone 86 Purple. nurser'y. PHONE 60 ,:  ..... .... ......