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PAGlt TWO THE MOUNT  TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MOUNT PUI.ASE T/ME.NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illlnofs Published and entered as second class matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. KARRY I. WIBLE Editor and lhabliher Terms of Slion: Three Months ....................... 75c Six Months ............................. $1.25 One Year .................................. .$2.50 l:hed Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Croft, West Jefferson street, entertained the following relatives at dinner on Sunday, May 6th:- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dixon of Peoria; Miss Singer, who lives in Minnesota; Mrs. Dick Schrug- let of Barnsdoll, Okla.; Mrs. Mary Watson of Verona, Mo.; Mrs. Sam Green. Mount Pulaski. Afternoon callers included Mrs. Virgil Wilham and daughter of Elkhart. Mrs. Lyle Frazier and Mrs. El- mer S. Meister, Jr., departed on Monday for Austin, Texas, to vis- ' it a week or so with their hus- bands, who are stationed at the Bergstrom Air Base with the army. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose, who have been in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., since early in the winter, write that they expect to leave there about May 21, and expect to arrive home the last of the month. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox vis- ited in Bluford from Friday to Sunday with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hawkins, McLean, visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. William Camden. Seventeen members of Troop I No. 122, Mount Pulaski Boy Scouts, enjoyed an educational trip Monday evening to Spring-I field in four automobiles, under direction of their Scoutmaster, Walter Dannenberger. They vis- Red the Allis-Chalmers manu- facturing plant. Mrs. Ruth Hamel left today (Thursday) for her home in Dav- enport, Iowa, following a visit of two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Henry Donnelly and family. Mr. and Mrs. John McFarland, of Evansville, Ind., visited from Saturday to Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Hattie Laymon. Mrs. Wilbur Roos and children Billy and Janice and Mrs. Don- ald Cameron and son Johnny, of Galesburg, visited here part of THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY May 11 and 12 "PIGMY ISLAND" wiUl Johnny Weismuller and Ann Savage M plus 'Frontier Investigator' starring Allan "Rocky" I ane miit SUNDAY. MONDAY May 13 and 14 ]tUITINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "Three Guy's Named Mike" wIU Jane Wyman, Van Johnson, Howard Keel, Barry Sullivan ADDED SHORT SUBJECTS WEDNESDAY . TR3TRSDAY May 16 and 17 "The Flying Missile" with Glenn Ford cmd Vineca Lindfms plus SELECTED SHOIT SUBJECTS - . III I II p last week with the former's mo- ther, Mrs. Marie Van Hook, Jan- ice remained for a longer visit with her grandmother. Everett Beidler of this city, and brother Samuel Linn Beidler of Chicago, returned last Saturday night from a two weeks' trip to Florida, where Linn had gone on business. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mayer, son Norman Edward, and dau- ghter Marilyn of Elmhurst, visit- ed in the city Saturday and Sun- day with his mother. Mrs. E. O. Mayer, who had just returned home from an extended stay in Urbana with her son Robert, and family. They brought home Mrs. Mayer's mother, Mrs. Anna Eddy, who had spent several months with them in Elmhurst. Donald Lee. little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vandevender marked his first birthday Tues- day, May 8th. A dinner was giv- en in his honor Sunday at the home of an aunt, Miss Katie Keil. Others present were Mrs. Tena Wood and Mrs. Henry Keil of Springfield; Mrs. Eunice Van- devender and daughter Jean. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sotzen and daugh- ter Sharon of Lincoln. Mrs. Willa Cullen. who lives north of the city with her dau- ghter, Mrs. Ed Dittus and family, left Thursday evening of last week for Pleasant Hope, hear Springfield, Mo. She was called there by the illness of her sis- ter, Mrs. Mollie Patterson. Mrs. Rell C. Beidler returned home last Friday evening from Chicago, following a stay of live weeks at the home of her son, Samuel Linn, while receiving special medical care at the Bill- ings hospital. Gov. Stevenson has proclaimed Sunday, May 13, as Mother's Day. 'Ve have many days of com- memoration during the year, but not one expresses a more prec- ious sentiment than Mother's Day," the governor's proclama- tion declared. Mrs. Edward Cooney Jr., and children of Michigan City, Ind., are visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Laymon. The business office of the Cen- tral Illinois Electric and Gas Co., south side of square, has been newly painted, giving the in- terior a spring-like appearance. Mrs. Elmer Hamilton of Lath- am visited here Friday with her sister, Mrs Gene C. Clear and father Louis Niedergesaes Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hans- low and son Darrell, this city, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanslow and son Dale, Lincoln, visited in Bloomington Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Francis Nolan, and husband. - Get Custom-Mixed Mrs. Harry Everman, Mrs. Win. Buss and daughter Nancy, Lin- coln; Joyce Ann Laughery and Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Buehler. Chestnut. were in Charleston on Sunday and attended the senior piano recital given by the lat- ter s daughter. Mrs. Dorcas Bueh- ler Herren at Eastern Illinois State College. Mrs. George Myers left on" Saturday for Seattle, Wash., fol- lowing a winter's stay in his city with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Scroggin. She was formerly Edna Suttle of this city. Mrs. Edwin Rentschler. Chet- nut, spent the weekend in Cham- paign attending the Mother's Day Week activities at the Uni- versity, of Illinois. She was a guest of her son, John Ed at the Alpha Gamma Rho fratern- ity House, and attended their Mothers' banquet Sunday. Mrs. Rachel Little has return- ed to her home on North Marion street following a six-weeks stay with her son. Russell, and fam- ily. in the Harmony church vi- cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey left last Thursday for Louisville. Ky.. to attend the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. They returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hahn and daughter of Peoria. visited lhe week end with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. About 25 members of the Wo- man's club, who are also mem- bers of the Springfield Civic Gar- den Club were in Springfield on Thursday, May 3. They enjoyed a tour of homes and gardens, end- ing with a reception and tea at the Governor's Mansion. This tour was arranged by the Spring- field organization and was at- attended by members from all over the state. --For Mother's Day--Give her a gift of Phoenix Hosiery, $1.35 to $1.75. Talmages. "Is it possible for a man to make a fool of himself without knowing it?" "Not if he has a wife." Anyone who thinks by the inch and talks by the yard should be moved by the foot. A PACKAGE OF HEALTH FOR YOU Ice Varieties Show At Armory This Week Among the 65 ice-skating stars, all champions in their own fields, appearing with Ice Varieties. will be Daphne Walker. British and International figure sk a t in g champion, Jay Seiler, Keefe and Coules. Kenny Lamb and Wally Kormylo. The ice-extravaganza will appear at the Springfield ance, with all a first-come, Tickets may be daily during store errs Bros.. on the the square in orders shauld be P. O. Box 673, ed seats for all other than matinee are $1.80 and $2.40. Little Jill Armory. May 8th through the teacher as the other 13th, with nightly performances starting at 8:30 p.m. (DST) and were leaving for. hon matinee on Saturday and Sun. ] "Please, ma'am," day, May 12th and 13th at 2:301earnestly, "what did p.m. (DST). The Saturday mati- school today? 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