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..... . i I?!   i  1,7,! ili MOUNT pI TIM]NEW MOUNT pULASKI, ][IJ.]lNOm THUIDAY, 00roy 00chel, who00 PAGE SIX " tendent of str rd and unexe anct aunt,  iau . a rxu -- I - - -----,, on accou 1 ........ +- ^f Chxcago arri .... xrql Mmhel, erei Y ............ ": nt of erm v- at Rockfo , - .  Fors Sund y. |field las r,J. ..... ather,! em L,. rx,, v  .....+n un- Mr and LL-.,," . ..^ ,,me ofl Albert uxxmvc* * | l _ I the funeral ol nxs ; .... Ied Friday evening .a v..-__ ..... week-end guests .a_ ,: , Ed laski was here on m II" Vt-n / o,re W Nimmo. _ ..... i ,; xcother's Day eigrht roues u Leroy's parents, rcr , --:--. , i clay _=  I Mr. and v,- F a ",,^ooneast o me .$ .:.bh _,. i':-:';__ er Henricnsmeyer wx, ...... ee es s , visitors anu -." er's Day a- TR lor rx anl l_r. ,,-  i was here on u-, Mothers Day s nt Moth Mr. and Mrs. Y . r and Mrs. tan k . ..... t_, of Mrs. Kxttie Duff at l.[.l,  ,. dau hter, Mrs. W. Earl I ,o. abel sams of Chicago land dauglter, e ._--,,. xiss A-i Tom Md.eham and ner u_ ^. orth Scott street ]Z't :.xr mer Sanitorium on| ."_. ^M,. of the city Friday eve- Mmer an:r-Avers, iwere Lincoln snopper her noe ,,,, .-:, ^ Peoria Mr.] 'ry, ac ., _  ,rinfield / vxsxcc c: ..... ,o Day with her  ice TheoDaugn, v,.,-.i_-L ]lchel i ,. aad Mrs Delbe: were lalne u ,,* . _-- elthe west sloe u, ,v :--_:,::o, | ning to wu .... _  w.i tRoy Henricnsmeyer, Lu.. '1 '' -. ...... ). ors : _  Xillard Armscro-s, "'_l , xwrence O moats-,-,.,o,, Mr and wrs. =-----. ". .....  rs Will Micnel. ,and famuy wc,= - - - and mx ,, ol '"" - haron ""--' " t and nx. -,- ,.- e - ....  rs Ted Duff : .... d daughter S ,| ....... rs Charles Manly Tuesday .... t  Beason, rat. =, ..... r son larry - i ht ams.  Mr. an - -" "tea son made ,- ' rs Arthu Saturday n g dau hters mx John Bry ........ imtv, and M :I .,.oa . 11hopolm  --------- land ttree httie g .... . ..... ra.lav. .. : of t.he latter, and also calling on laski four-door chevrolet sedan, will deliver the address on next Mrs. Gene Tipsword and son. The Ladies' Aid met in the base- Sunday night at the Lake Fork Bud Aitchison, of champaign, vis- merit of the church on last Thurs- Christian church, as Rev. Poter ! al days visiting Mrs. Busch's bro- ited in the city SaturdaY with her day afternoon with 18 members will deliver the Baccalaureate ser- and visitors present. Miss Flo mon at Niantic. relatives. They had beer on Qui- ver Beach near Havana for sever- that, William G. Whittle, and wife. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait called on old friends and neighbors in Leroy Sunday. Carleton Drake, now employed in Racine, Wisconsin, visited here from Friday evening to Mother's Day with .his uncle, Everett K. Brooker, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs August C. Bartels. The Misses Irma and Mildred Rupp, of Chicago, visited in the city Saturday and Mother's Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. eorge Rupp. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Buckles and P. W. Buckles visited near Decatur Mother's Day with the latter's daug hter, Mrs. John n- parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Buckles Mrs. Edward O. Mayer visited in Chicago SaturdaY and Mother's Day with her son, Norman Mayer, and family. Mrs T. W. Moore is visiting in Waukegan with her daughter, Mrs. Della Ely, and granddaugl- ter, Mrs. T. R. Zak, and family. Mrs. George E. Suedmeier and Mrs. Rell C. Beidler were visitors in Lincoln Saturday. Miss Florence :rathwohl, em- ployed in springfield in state work, visited southeast of the city aturday and Mother's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Grathwohl. Floyd Buckles of BeUeville gram. spent Saturday and Mother's Day l Mrs. Carl Zelle returned last here with his parents, Mr. and aturday night to her home in St. I Mrs. Robert E. Buckles S ........ stay here[ ..... d Mrs James Goodman MO. IOllOWut   Mx. o, . . -I-uis'------er of days with her m-land family, who occupxed_ tle Mc o a_nw,=__ ,.o j C swinney, ,--th-, nlace on South lxayet .dhemm;ng fta ut" "  : ,ent, rt p " e enT"PmS :tralfdh :igt; t Handlin and Chloe Jenner were hostesses. After the business meeting lunch was served oz an- gel food cake, strawoerries and coffee. Willis Cffney was in Lincoln to see Fred Fuiten at the ueacones hospital Thursday night of last week. Dee Davis of Chicago called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt Friday afternoon of last week. Mrs. charles Manley, Mrs. Wil- lis Gaffney were Lincoln sloppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson and daughter Lu- cy accompanied them home and on sunday attended a dinner at Mrs. Laura Fuitens'. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncsm and little daughter of Latlmm spent Saturday night with her sis- ter. Mrs. charles Manley, and faa Laura Fuiten was honor guest on Motheffs Day at a pot luck dinner given in her .home with six of her children present nd two absent on accSunt of sick- neSS. She received flowers and SHEETS FUNERAL LVIN AHRFNS MARVIN Phone 263 HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician S ringfield ,hospital. . the house tly had moved in from everal nice presents. Peorge Rule, student at the^IIH the country and made improve- Mr. and Mrs. Norville Reese - --^-,,,an University, m, .... : ments on. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie md daughter Dorothy of St. Jos- 510 Broadway Lincoln, Ill. Phone nots w .... *-rdav and Ridgeway and family in turn mov- eph, Ill., came Sunday and took in on, visited here. . -^.. ogttlS "Day with nm p ...... ed to the McCarthy propery trom his mothtr, Mrs. Maggie Bohn, out for Mother's Day. They went to . --and MrS. Harry Rule. The the Edward L Kerns residence on springfield foe dinner and attend - young man was North Spring street, ed a show in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Con- .... .- _ There was a crowd coming and I-- ..... : . le who lived in the soutneas. going all day Sunday in Lake -- . _.. [: , nol Y, ...... -I recently to .^.. roule coming to see tle t  * - cated by the Byron Marun ..... "  ...... - AT YOUR SERVI olle is the new sup- present. _____ ... [ ily. Mr. Co__-- U.c/e Sa ON WK Spring T0ni SPEC.IAL! * to keep you A {ew treatments wi|l not only pep you up, but wi|l tone up your entire system. No medicines, but e scien- tific method based on a care- ful study of your bodily struc- ture. Free 000usultdin RHEUMATIC AND ARTHRIT- IS TREATMENTS A SPECIALTY ,,__.,.  ILe, s,e'S GARMENTS $I00 FOR Send in your winter and spring qarments now. Don't hang your winter clothes away dirty. We will seal your garments in a mo4h-proof baq for 10c extra. MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS PHONE 227 's de- 'E are helping America lense program in every way we can--by lending whenever possible, and by selling U. S. Defense Bonds to finance defense production. We seek more ways to serve. If yOtS know of any, or if we can be of direct service to you, please let us knoW. % The First National- Mount Pulaski, Illinois