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TIIURSDAY MAY. 12, 1932. , II II II I ( I V I THE MT. PULASKI TIMFA, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS I . Mother's Day, it seems, was de- ,,red by all present a grand success. tar church was well filled by an ap- I)reciative audience. A number were here who were at home for Morher' Instead of remaining at home the services they cam whh mothers and attended the ser- Vice. Probaby the greatest longing a Christian mother's heat[ i that children shall love and ecw. the who, through all he:- days. has her guide and stay. The mother who whispered a plea to God for You When she bent over your cradle, 8ti . L hnge at eventide t. lift your ame sweetly to Him sweetly to Him m fondest prayer. What joy is shed j i Planning to Map Antarctic Wastes I Operetta at Hi urches g _ School Tonight CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES The Mt. Pulaski townshlp igh school glee clubs assisted by the school orchestra will present the op- eretta "Oh Doctor" in the hooI gymnasium this evening. The operet- ta is by Estelle Merryman Clark and Palmer John Clark who also wrote and composed Jerry of Jericho Road" which was so well reeived here two years ago. The cast of the operetta i. as fol- tO V'S : Dr. Drinkwater--Byron Blout. Honor----Gendolyn Stahi. GloryVirginia Stuarz. Philip--Pierrcn Leef. Rainbow--Noel Suedmeie-. Pancho--Jack Stahl. Bessie--Hazel Stahl. abroad in her heart if she knows Manuel--Ben Bowers. tt ,b-t you faithful and; Bob--Page Waddell, Jr. are to her God aat she does not need to apologize Chere--Lucy Jane Ellis. ltim for you, in her prayer. Cynthia--Marian Lane. i, We want to thank those who Mrs. WaekleyFern Halstead. :fOught so many lovely flowers. The Mrs. GrosslyGrace Rothwell. ; e hreh was beautifully decorated and Dr. Slaughter--Elmer Brk. " L of it without the slightest sug-i Dr. CuttemHerhel X, anaeven" gestion from the pastor. Those flow-der. ers speak not only of a wholesome Dr. Coffin--Junior ,%11e. degree of refinement and good taste Jim--Harold Anderson. t they tell a story of splendid de- Old TimerLloyd Marshall. n to church and her ser- Nurses -- Georgiabelle Rothwell, your Marie Bertoni, Norms Schahl. Lir_oln Ellsworth (right), veteran air explorer cf th North P,,le regions, and Bernt Batchen, who piloted Admiral Byrl's At!an" c and .South Pole flights, are .staing for the en&s of the ea-th aain. They want to fly over Antarctica and take a comp!ete et eel photo- graphic traps. ii!ii;i I Legion Auxiliary Attend /Called to Decatur Logan County Meeting By MosheTl's Mrs. Frank Talmage, president and Mrs. Paul E. Grur, cretary Mrs. C. L. Frazier was cal/zl of the Igan County American Le- Decatur early Wednesday mo glen Auxiliary and quite a delegation because of the death of her moth" from the local organization attended Mrs. George Osborn which oeeu the county meeting held in Middie-in her home on West Spring town on Thursday May 12. At n,c)n, }at 12:45 o'clk Wedney dinner was served in the Midde-May 11. She had en seriously im t,wn Methodst church and the busi-for several weeks with heart ne: session and program were keht whic h is given as the cause of :urin the afternoon, death. Miss Julia Willette was ba in A VISITING AT LEEF ltOME surnption Aug. 20, 1877 and died It Mr. aM Mrs. Prestron Benk:,w and the age of 54 years. She had res .on, Chicago, arrived on Monday tO:in Decatur but three month, r-n.,t visit her parents Mr. and M. R. I. of her life being passed in the ei Leef. Mr. Benbow returned to Chi-o4 her birth. cage after a short visit, but Mrs. Bent)w and son wil remain for a longer visit. Another daughter, Miss Dorothy Leer of S;:ringfie!d, i aly) visiting at home. New York has what is known as a muscal stenrapher. He advertises: piano, bjnd or orchestra." "Songs taken down and arranged for art is that the greatest masterpieces Mrs. Charles Brooker Mrs. Oswald Brooker living west of ............... the city -ill entertain the club mere- Hostess To Club bers at their next regular meeting to be held in two weeks. Nearly a full membership of the --------.e D. IV. Club assembled in the hem? DORCAS GUILD MET TUESDAY aeTrhe special musical features ofthe Cowboys---Carl Brachear, Gene of Mrs. Charles Brooker, North Members of the Dorcas Guild ;f: f, ee were two. Mr. Owen Goo4pa-s- Brady, Frank Gruber, Frederick Vine street on Wednesday aSterncon St. John's Lutheran church sang "Little Mother of Mine" Lipp, Eugene Snider. for their semi-monthly meeting, at the hcme of Mrs. O. E. Wagner, Patients---Mary June Barnes, Mil- A short business session at whizh Belmont strut, on Tuesday evening ,_ the choir gave us an anthem' dred Hutter, Catherine Geyer, Mar-the roll call response was "My Fay- for their regular meeting. Rook at  of Ages." Now we are looking forward to garet Mills, Harriette Rule, Bonnie orite Flower" was followed with a five tables were indulged in during Sunday which is Pentecost Sun- Stopher, Elizabeth Lenhardt. delightful sccial hour and several a- the social part of the evening. The This church has given ts pus- I Visitors--Bacbara Barnes, Doris musing contest-s that were won bv honors were awarded to Mr:,. J. H. de Ttl co-operation during the Hawk, Bernice Mayer, Elsie Mueller, Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. L. L. Stuart and Mrs. C. E. Glose. Miss days from Easter to Pente- I Norma Shult, Florence Van Hook Downing and Mrs. John Damarin. Francis Vetr invid the GuJki The guest prize was awarded to Mrs. members to be her guests on the next does not mean that we are Bernice Voyles. Harold Tomlinson. Other guests pre- regular meeting night. drop everything after next Lord's -.-----:o:------ sent were Mrs. Chris Weller. Mrs. - :o: Above all things for which we grateful to God, we are grateful! NAZARENE CHURCH Floyd Downing and Mrs. Robert Both blood and money have to cir- a forward looking spirit. When Sunday School 2:00 p.m. Keck. culate freely to do any good. event has slipped into the pasti Preaching Service 3:00 p.m. t:- ' " are ready to look forward to an-} The new pastor Mr. S. T. Collins, l[ This is the spirit which puts a and wife formerly of Bloomington [ beautiful hue on the pic-tures will have charge of all services. I are yet to paint. One of these pic- / we are to paint next Lord's For this is May! who with a damy / Let's make it one of the best chain have ever painted. By our attend- Leads on the laughing Hours; for / I and spirit of worship, let us now is o'er I Pentecost a great day, as we No longer: the birthday of the church thank our God who gave His His forest-'renching blasts. The [ Long winter's trance. rise and roar for that church. Thus we may hopeful swain, to be resent when Jesus pre- Along the furrow, sings behind his His Claurch to God a Glorious i team; without spot or g-rinkle or Such thing."  Loud pipes the red breasttrouba : :-- dour of spring, O ST" JOHN'S CHURCH NOTES And vocal all the morning copses ring; May 15th. Whitsunday. ' More blue the skies in lucent lake- "Acts 2 1-13. ! lets ring; "The Outpouring of the And the glad earth, caressed by Y Spirit." murmuring showers, akes like a bride, to deck her- self with flowers' MT. PULASKI THEATRE FRL  SAT. MAY ,3-, The star who makes you LAUGH a n d CRY--but al- w a y s makes you HAPPY ! ,r His C k: Graduation Suit [rom Kaufman's PIalchless Values -- Upsetling Previous Slandards Suils as Low as $20 All Here's real news for High School fellt,s---The Suits at $20 upset all previees standards for Values- Style- Workman- ip and Quality. Values you canntt equal in Decatur. Others at $25- $30 and $35. SMART NEW SUITS BY KUPPENHEIMER $30 and up HATS SHOES" SHIRTS TIES HOSE - - - $1.00 50c and up Kaufman" S DECATUR Congratulations! You can get soaked with a Pocket full of Money - But you can't get wet under a Good Roof HENRY KNECHT. Lincoln, Ill. II I I Illl i 9:30. We want you to rome service and remain for the service at 10:30. Reasons Why I Should At- Divine Services: (Concluded) Because I Need the Church. old Christian used td say af- came home from the service Church on Sunday. "Oh how every thing seems now. h  Would I do without my chum time his heart was filled 4th his mind overburdened with his crushed with dis- as he slowly made his Gd s house. But when returned he seemed like a new He had regained his courage. helped him as he had wor- others in God's house. us try it for ourselves. IL If we live away from the what do we expect of the when we die ? forget the Luther League be held at the Grace Luther- aUrch, Champaign, next Sunday key. W. N. King, pastor :O; ' Henry sMyl, ester Cornwell Walk with me along this wiI- lane, like lost coinage from some lser's store, -ae golden dandelions more and aglinthe! warm sun kisses them She leaves her husband and sev children: Mrs. ,lames O'Brien, Char- les, William, Minne and Evelyn O- bern all of Decatur; Mrs. D. F. Sy- bert, Bucyrus, Ohio; and Mrs. zier, Mt. Pulaski. Funeral services will be held the St. Mary's Catholic church im Assumption at 9:30 o'clock Fr:T morning. I)SCA_R J. 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