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PAGi FOUR !I Mrs. Mino Allspach entertained !i& company of friends Wednesday ii evening with a party at her home ! three miles east of the city tl !hours being enjoyed in visiting. i;The guests were Mrs. IAllian Woel- fel0 Mrs. Frank Maxey, Mrs. Ray gory, Miss Effie Rupp, of San- ta Monica, calif.; Mesdames Sar- ah Lachenmyer, Harry Downing, ]{}eorge J. Smith, Ottmar E. Wag- ner, William Stoll, Oswald Brook- el*, Wesley Laughery, Albert F.  taver, John T. Hershey, Reu- Horn, Ed. Steging, Mary 'lJankford, Glover Matthews, Celia /Voile, George Rupp, Kenneth Stoll, i lues Anna 6chafer,-Katie Volle, Helen Matthews. The Misses Sue and Grace Clif- t, Miss Ana Henry and Miss Nellie Martin were visitors in IAn- oln Thursday.  Mrs. Mino Allspach of hhis vic- Inity entertained a group of friends at dinner Tuesday evening 'at the home of Mrs. Roll C. Beid- i. The guests were Mr. and r:Ktl. Ray Gregory, Mrs. Yxey, Miss Effie Rupp, Mrs. Lil- Ilan Woelfel, Mrs. Ralpl Downing and son Bobby, of Santa Monica, (ltf., Miss Katie Volle, Mr. aria Mrs. Harry Downing. Billy Obeamp, who attends high lmol in New Canton, visted in the city over Wednesday night l with his mother, Mrs. Florence! Obcamp, and Thursday attended the faneral in Lincoln of a rela- tive, Dr. Edwin R. .oebel. m Elizabeth Horn of Chicago lm visiting near the city this week With her sister and brother, Miss lota B. and Oscar Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waddell attd daughter Dorothy, of Decatur, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gulso, living south of tyro city, were i guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntern. Ml Lola Hahn was lmstess  Tueeday night of members of the I:reas Guild of St. John's Luth- elm curch, entertaining at the ]rtoni restaurant. Following the btmine meeting Rook was play- ed, the awards going to Mrs. Walter A. Schafer and Mrs. Ed o ward Froschauer. They will meet again next Tuesday night, wtb Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smi ,th, of Elmwood, visited in  city Sun- day with their son and daughter, Attorney and Mrs. Leland Simkins, and family. Mrs. Mary Witt has been ill for a number of days at her home on North Lafayette street. Miss Frances Neumeyer, daugh- ter of Roy. and Mrs. F. E. Neu- meyer of his city, who will grad- uate in June from tl James Mil- likin University, Decatur, will give her senior recital at 4 p. m. Sun- day, May 18, in Kaeuper hall at the Millikin Conservatory of Mu- sic. Friends are cgrdially invited to attend. Manford Davis and Virgil Da- marin, living north of the city, vis- ited friends in Waterloo, Iowa, fron Tuesday to Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oglesby and Miss Alice Cook, of Mount Pulas- ki, and Mr. and Mrs. claude Bow- los, of Buffalo vicinity, were din- ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Zelle in Illiopoils. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marten and i family, living one mile northwest i of the city, entertained a group of relatives and friends on Mo,ter' Day. Tle guests were his mother, Mrs. Alwina Marten, and son El- mer of Mason; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Marten and son Vernice, of Farmersville; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brandt, of Bement. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Davis, liv- ing north of the city on Route 121, had as their guests the past few days Mr. and Mrs. Dee Davis, of Chicago. The visitors ,had just re- turned from a trip to Los Angeles, Calif., making the journey there by auto. Homeward bound they came by airplane, stopping off at El Paso, Texas, where they cross- ed the border for a few hours' stay in Juarez, Mexico. Mrs. Lucy Andrews of Decatur visited in the city Tuesday and Wednesday with old friends and former neighbors. i Mr. and Mrs. John Harnish and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Berg, of St. i Elmo, visited near the c.ty St- ]urday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marten and family. Don U, oodpaster and Edward Michener, of Chicago, were guests I Saturday and Mother's Day of the Mrs. Schafer as hostess, former's parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Sinkins and Ernest Goodpaster. =| a THAT The Brooker Farm Sales IS NOW THE OFFICIAL Service Department FOR THE Mount Pulaski Motor Sales (Chevrolef Agency) FEATURING Complete Tool Equipment AND GENUINE PARTS i DISPLAY AND SALESROOM FOR The Mount Pulaski Motor Sales will also be located at the Brooker Farm Sales PHONE 21 COMPLETE FIVE IrlS This well knom train is of es- The Illinois Central's famous l eeial interest to Mount Pulaski. streamlined train, the Green Dia- :It only makes four stops between mond, was placed in service May these terminals. he northbound 17, 1936, and Saturday will mark train due here at 11:12 a. m. does the fift anniversary. This train not stop, as Gibson City gets this nakes a trip each day from St. 'service. But the southbound train Louis to Chicago and return, a dis- out of Chicago las always made tance o almost 600 miles, and in Mount Pulaski a scheduled stop, I the five years has traveled a rail- arriving here at 7:29 p. m., giving i lion miles and carried hundreds of this city a fine service out of Ohi - thousands of enthusiastic passen- cago, the run being made in only gets. 2 hours and 29 minutes. THURSDAY, 15, COUN'rRY FIRE TRUCK CALLED OUT TUFDAY The Mount Pulaski country truck was called out about 7  P. Tuesday to the farm of Myers, over in Sangamon nine miles southwest of the where a large pile of burning endangered a new corn crib by. The firemen prevented damage to the crib. STOKELY'S VITAMIN SALE OF CANNED GOODS BUY BY THE DOZEN AND SAVE ITEM Halves Unpeeled Apricots Royal Anne Cherries Diced Fruit Cocktail Grapefruit Sections Grapefruit Juice Cifrusip Sliced or Halves Peaches Halves Barflet Pears Haw. Cr. or Sli. Pineapple All Green Asparagus L. R. Kidney Beans Tiny Green Lima Beans Cut Beets W. G. G. B. or C G. Corn Honey Pod Peas Kraut Tomato Juice Tomatoes Tomato Catsup Chili Sauce Strained Baby Foods V. C. Pork & Beans Van Camp's Spacjheffi Milnut Town Crier Flour Coffee SEALEX TISSiJE SIZE No. 21/2 No. 21/2 No. 21/2 No. 2 47 oz." 47 ,oz. No. 21/2 No. 21/2 No. 2:1/.2 Picnic No. 2 No. 2 No. 21/ No. 2 17 oz. No. 21/2 47 oz. No. 2 14 oz. 8 OZ. UNIT PRICE 2 for 5Sc 29c 25c 2 for 25c 21c 25c 2 for 35c 25c 2 for 49c 23c 2 for 23c 19c 2 for 23c 2 for 29c 2 for 29c 2 for 19c 19c 2 for 23c 2 for 29c 2 for 25c 4 for 25c 20 OZ. 19 oz. Tall 24 lb. ,ound 3 for 25c 2 for 19c S-for 25c 89c 23c 6 t2 FOR 1.59 1.69 1.45 .73 1.3 1.19 1.45 .99 1.45 "2. 1.45 1.30 .68 1.09 .67 .83 I .83 I .55 I 1.07 .68 .83 .73 .47 ,55 6 lor 25c BROWN SUGAR" ....... 2 Ibs. for 15c POWDERED SUGAR .... 2 Ibs. for 17c RAISINS .............. 3 Ibs. for 25c APRICOTS, dried ........... lib. 25c PEACHES, dried . .......... I lb. 15c BLACK FIGS (for cooking) ... I lb. I Ic CELLO BAG MACARON or SPAGHETTI .. 3 Ibs. 25c i i ii SOAP BARGAINS OXYDOL ............. reed. pkg. 2 Ic O. K. SOAP .............. 6 bars 25c P. & G. SOAP ............ b bars 25c CHIPSO .................. pkg. 23c IVORY, large .............. 2for I?c IVORY, med. .............. 3for 17c Town Cder Flour 24-1bs. 89c POST-TENS ............ CORN KIX ....... 2 for MARMALADE ...... jar I GOOD LUCK OLEO . PARKAY ...... 3 Ibs. for BIG BOLOGNA ....... I RING BOLOGNA ...... SLICED BACON .... lb. WIENERS, skinless ... lb. GREEN BEANS  CELEt'/ CARROTS FULL LINE VEGETABLES PLENTY OF STRAWBERRiI AND SI-IORTOAKES VAIL'S FOOD MARKET PHONE 299 FREE DELIVERY MOUNT