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PAGE POUR TIIE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS [L F hi [Newsy Portrayal of atest as ons ;the whole story thru your contact AT UNIVERSITY ah hm. By Mary Marshall It is the little dressmaker touches that do so much to keen the dresses you make at home fr:m looking ob- viously home mad:. W;'h a good pattern cf a not too ccniplicated sort and nice material there is no reason why yoe bmld nqt have a dress that fits well a::d lo:k, smart: but s often the amazeur dress lacks the imagin.ti,m r the ir:spiration to add the la touch of clever trimming that will make her dress a success. Today's sketch .hows a very sim- ple sort of trimmin,a" that may be used on a surplice closing" as well as at the wrists of the sleeves. These four bits of trimming are made from oblong -ieces of the silk crepe from which the dress was made-- three r four inches wide and eight or ten long. Each oblong should be Local Happenings hemmed at the edge and then laid in fine pleats and Oressed. The pleating may be done by a professional pleat- er but you will have no trcub'.e in do- ing it at home if you take the trouble to baste in the pleats and then press under a damp cloth. This simple effective trimming de- vice may be made from solid-toned cr if you are using one of the new material of which the dress is made. figured .prints then it is very effec- tively made from the print. Or it may be made from batiste. 10 "- Wife--Robert. Hypnotist--Yes. Dear. Wife--I wish you would come here and tell baby he's asleeep. Mrs. Huff--Did you see the John- son Twins. Huff--Yeah, Mrs. Hpff--Don't you think the boy is the .picture of his father? Hpff--I sure do--and the girl is thet talkie of her mother. Cosmetics are now so perfect that it is easier for a woman to make up her face than her mind. , t BUY BAYER ASPIRIN At PENS REXALL DRUG STORE MT. PULASKI THEATRE SUN. & MON. MAY 15-16 RKO Comedy and Cartoon for 35c TIIIURSDAY MAY. 12, 1932 Elmer Meister were the honor hers at 500 which was played t Mrs .E.L. Rothwell and daughter, tables. VISITS WITH MOTHER ON SUNDAY Mz. Lloyd Lampkins, Cham?aign, was a Mother's Day visitcr with her mother Mrs. Hester A. Evans. VISITED, HERE V¢ITH PARENTS Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Schlitz and son Frank, Decatur passed Mother's Day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Shoup, North Lafayette st. VISITS HERE WITH MOTHER Howard Oglesby who is connected with the Railway Mail service, was a Sunday visitor in the home of his mother Mrs. C. O. Oglesby. VISITS HERE WITH BROTHER Mrs. Francis Schmidt and daugh- ter Miss Mildred, Chicago and Miss Mary Binder, Decatur were Sunday visitors in the home of their brother W. F. Binder. VISITORS IN SPRINGFIELD TUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Roth and her sister Mrs. A. F. Dillsaver were vis- itors in Springfield on Tuesday. VISITS HERE WH'H SISTER Mrs. Tillie Dietrich and daughter of Loekp:rt, Ill., are visiting in the VISITS MOTHER AT HENRY, ILL. Mrs. V. G. Conolley attired home l early this week from a visit of se- veral days at Henry with her mother Mrs. Lottie Helper. I May 2. Both Sam Earl and Ed Blan-'VISITS DAUGHTER ford section foremen are now em- IN BLOOMINGTON ATTENDED MEETING , Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer, Mr. ploying full crews cf four nlen each. J OF COUNTY AGENTS i FAMILY GATHERING ON and Mrs. Russell Shull and daughter Dorothy passed Sunday in Booming- I L. F. Sams, local manager of the l MOTHER, S DAY , ton with the former's daughter Mr. Standard Oil Co., attended the month- Among the delightful Mother s Day I and Mrs. Boyd Frye. ly meeting of county agents held onf : amily gatherings was that of mere-: Thursday evening m the Lincoln hers of the Wacaser family who }IERE SUNDAY Cafeteria. came to honor their mother Mrs. FROM SPRINGFIELD Angel]no Wacaser. Those present i Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holmes and fata- l MRS. MERRIMAN'S PARENTS i were Mrs. J. R. Riggs, Bloomington; ily of Springfield were week end visi- [HERE MOTHER'S DAY t Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wacaser and snd Mrs. Charles Holmes, North ] Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman had ! daughter, Lincoln; Mrs. Levi Patter- ! trs in this city with his parents Mr. i as Mother's Day guests hr parents son, daughter Yvonne and June Me!Marion street and east of the city Farming-i" Sullivan, and Walter Wa- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mar- i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Good, Carthy, dale and her two sisters and bus caser. bands. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Degner and , tin Grathwohl. family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank'BEEBES ON TRIP |GIRL'S CLUB ON Fitzsimmons, gFringfield. !TO SOUTHEAST /PLEASANT HIKE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beebe who re- i A newly formed club of girls of I VISITORS HERE cently returned from an extended au- I grade school age journed one mile FROM DECATUR to tour of the South and to the Paci-  north of the city on Saturday to the Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Anderson and lfic coast, left on Monday on a busi- Laughery Schocl where they enjoy- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harper, Decaturness trip which will take them to ed a picnic in true summer style were Sunday visitors with Mr. and I Missouri. Kansas and to the south- i which of course included a bountiful Mrs. R. T. Harper, Mrs. Augusta Du- east part of the United States. Mr., spread of a large variety of good boce and Miss Della Anderson and t Beebe is traveling representative:things to eat. Miss Ida Wilson. of the Wessel Adroit]sing Co., of Chi- VISITS WITH PARENTS ON MOTHER'S DAY Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles motored down from Chicago to pass Mother's Day with their parents, the former with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Curtis and I the latter with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Buckles, North Vine street and with I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tendick, living 'west of the city. & MONTHLY MEETING OF TWO-IN-ONE CLUB I The mcnthly meeting of the Two- in-One Bridge club was held on Thursday evening in the home of i Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Van Hook. Mrs. Harry Martin and L. F. Sams were !the honor winners. The June club i meeting will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Page Waddell. North Scott stteet. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB I AT POTTER HOME A recent meeting of the Five Hundred club was held in the home ]of Mrs. Omer Potter, corner Belmont i and Jefferson streets. The usual number of tables were in play and the honors were divided among Miss Amelia Baumann, Miss Anna Rothe and Mrs. Oscar Auer. Mrs. O. E. Wagner, will be the hostess at the j next club meeting. SANS SOUCI MEMBERS AT GODDARD HOME The Sans Souci club members and a number cf guests assembled in the home of Mrs. E. T. Gcddard for their regular club meeting held on Thursday. The diversion was 500 at four tables and the evening's honors were divided among Mrs. Hazel Beck- ers, Mrs. R. I. Leef and Mrs. O. E. Martin. Mrs, Phyllis Oglesby will be the next club hostess. DR. WAIT TO ATTEND DENTAL CONVENTION Dr. G. F. Wait will attend the Il- linois State Dental Society annual meeting to be held in Springfield on I Wednesday and Thursday May 11 ind 12. On Thursday Mrs. Wait will ! take part in some of the social events :scheduled, which include a luncheon at the Ill]n] Country Club and a Tea at the Executive Mansion. i Georgiabelle expect to go to Urbana Mrs. F. A. Penniman wilt | VISITORS IN i tomorrow to be present at the Honor ' next hostess. DECATUR SUNDAY Day exercises to be held at the Uni- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sams. Mrs. versity of Illinois. Miss Dale Sum- Katherine Connolley, Virgil G. and uell a half-sister in Urbana. and one: ATTEND FUNERAL • Miss Laura Cormolley were Sunday of the youngest seniors there is en- IN ILIAOPOLIS visitors in Decatur. rolled on the Bronze Tablet group Mrs. Ed Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. for 1932. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. ASSISTING IN" Miss Elsie Zelle of Mt. Pulaski an, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas:cer BEAUTY SHOP was also awarded this honor last were in Illiopoiis on Tuesday Miss Betty Waddell of Chestnut, is 5"ear. tend the funeral cf Mrs. Rice. who died Sunday even2ng assisting "in the Mrs. Mary Tendiek :o: 8. Funeral services were held Beauty shop located on South Laf- McGAMS CLUB AT o'clock in the Illiopolis ayette street. MARTIN HOME chm:h, conducted by Roy. Mrs. O. E. Martin. South Spring Anderson and burial was MOTORED TO street was hostess on Wednesday ev- Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Rice home of her sister Mrs. Lydia Hagel. DECATUR SUNDAY enmg to members of the McGams born in thi, city some 75 On Tuesday they visited in Decatur Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fosr, daugh- club for their regular semi-monthly She had lived in Iltiop::lis for with their brother Ernest Holst. ter Virginia, and her parents Mr. meeting. Mrs. R. I. Leef and Mrs. thirty years. and Mrs. George A. Tomlinson motor- PASSED WINTER ed to Decatur on Sunday. r WITH SON Mrs. Elizabeth Schroth who pas- RETURNS FROM CHICAGO sed the ,,'inter with her son Dewey FCR THE SUMMER Wouldn't You Like a Permanent and family at Hamilton. Ohio, arriv- Mrs. Martha Lucas who has been t g ed Saturday and will remain through- taymg with her son Earl and fan- out the summer. She was accompan- ily in Chicago since about Christmas Without a Machine led here by her son and Mrs. Scroth time, returned home on Saturday who made a short visit with his bro- and will remain here during the Wihou |crtc v thor Rell and family liqng west of lsummer months. the oit,.. THAT iMISS ROTHWELL IS . . . SECTION MEN TO SPENDS SUNDAY HERE RESUMEWORK [Miss Mary Lucile Rothwell who the ZOTOS Section men who have been idle taches physical education in the most of the time for many months. Y. W. C. A., in Peoria, passed the received good news in the form of an week end in this city with her par- full°rdertimefr°mworkheadquarterSbeginningt° MondayreSume ents Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rothv;'ell. PERMANENT WAVE cago. [ DECATUR VISITORS HERE SUNDAY l SPENDS WEEK END  Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Vandeventer, IN MT. PULASKI land Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,andev- Miss Bernice Cook and Miss Hel-enter. Jr., and two daughters of De- en Westenberger students "at Ursu-icatur visited on Sunday with the t line Academy, Spring-field .pent the fvrmer's mother and brother, Mrs. I week end at the home of the former's Caroline Suyder and F. B. Snyder, respectively. SI'NDAY GUESTS OF RIDGEWAY'S Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green, Rb- chester and Dr. F. C. Van Hook and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bin- der were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ridgeway living northwest of the city. mother Mrs. Fern Cook. Other vi tots in the Cook home on Sunday were her daughters the Misses Mary and Eloise of Chestnut and Spring- field respectively and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flesch of Springfield. I VISITS HERE FROM NIANTIC Henry Shrader of Niantic, is vis- i it]rig his step-daughter Mrs. Dan VISIT ORPHA Blackford. Mr. Shrader who is a ci- IN PEORIA " vii war veteran, will observe his 92d Mr and "Mrs Omer Potter of this b:nrthndauYs a::t;:?lo? h °;aYl: ? 2 t, :int " 2::ghtM:r Mnds lI::;$:iviPnf;if:: mentally, despite his advanced age, and his visit must be a short one as he says he must get back home to hoe and tend his etaoi cmdfea emf T l hoe his potatoes and tend his truck I patch. MOORE FAMILY NOW RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and two daughters of Lincoln, moved into the Rothwell home in the north part of totem yesterday morning. Mr. Moore will be connected with The Times in route 121. north of Mt. Pulaski. at- tended the exe,cises at the Guardian • Angel Orphanage in Peoria on Mo- . thor's Day. LADLES" AID SERVE 'LAST DINNER WED. : Th¢ Ladies' Aid Society of the i Methodist church, whose monthly dinners throughout the past winter months have been popular with the public, will serve their last dinner of this season on Wednesday May 18. Dinner will be served in the dining and the capacity of solicitor. We might room in the church basement tell you a great deal more about him serving will begin at 11 o'clock. THIS COMPANY MAKES LOANS FOR EVERY SOUND PURPOSE A Few of the Purposes for which LOANS were made to our Customers last year follow: These people borrowed for a legitimate need, established a permanent credit and know the value of our method of extending personal To Expand Business To Provide Education To Py Doctor ro Pay Hospital To Meet Notes To Build Garage To Equip Business To Repair Auto loans. To Repair Homes To Centralize Debts To Pay Taxes To Pay Insurance To Help Relatives To Discount Bills To Buy Fuel To Buy Clothing Investigate when you need funds. Write and we will call at Yvur Home and Explain our Easy- to-Get-- Ear'-to-Pay Plan SPECIAl, TERMS TO FARMERS NATIONAL LOAN CO. MRS. GEO. J. SMITH ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. George J. Smith. entertained members of the Afternoon club in her home, North Belmont street on Thuzday afternoon, when Miss An- na Schafer was awarded first prize; Mrs. G. F. Wait was the winner of second high honors and Mrs. Mary Rentmeister was given the consola- tion prize. Miss Clara SeYfer, North Vine street ted the ehlb mere- 511  Frederick, Eugene and Holly- woocl Permanents. Also given by machine and electricity AI Lines of Beauty Work Pearl Chowning 302 Delavan LINCOLN Phone X-493 Lincoln, IRinois. Sweepin00 Reductions Formerly up to $24.75 NOW FURRED AND UNFURRED COATS--For daytime, sports and travel. Of the new crepes and diagonal woolens. Furs in- elude Fox, Galyac, Lapin, Mole. Marmink. Fitch. Sizes 14 to 20 and 38 to 50. COA Formerly up to $12.88 now NOW $ POLOS, TWEEDS, TAILORED DRESS COATS, DIAGON- AL TWILLS. CREPES. Sizes 14 to 50. Also Junior Sizes 13 to 19 Kiddies Coat Formerly up to $7.95 NOW s3- '4 FURRED AND UNFURRED MODELS OF THE NEW WOOLENS 3