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: . , ? MAY 17, 1951 ire the meeting of No. 122, will be American Legion May 21, at 7 p.m. accompany your to this and all meet- Science Club Friday, May 18, at of Mrs. Ellis Dowming, of the city. Assist- Will be Mrs. James Herbert Birks and Little. At noon a pot Will be served fol- program. Mrs. Wm. have a hobby dis- Oswald Brooker flowers. Mothers of World meet at the Tomlin- May 25 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Eugene K. Ellis C. Down- John Hassebrock, Bible Class of the church will meet on May 23, at 2:30 p.m. of Mrs. Lorenzo William Marshall hostess. Devotions of Mrs. Della' are asked to this meeting is one regular schedule tl Day. May 9, mem- Souci Club were by Mrs. George at her home south- city. Five Hundred Prizes were won by THE MOUNT PULAS[I TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PU ILLINOIS LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. William ReSpain went to Havana Saturday and at- tended the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Helena Sandman, who died Thursday, May 10, just three weeks after the death of her mo- ther, Mrs. Louis Hahn. She is survived by one sister, Miss Lovetta Hahn of Havana. Mem- bers of this family had often visited in Mount ulaski with family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn. Mrs. Ethel Haynes left Tues- day for Buda, Bureau County, to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Joiner Maxey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Schaf- _r, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, left Tuesday on an auto trip to Holland, Mich., to attend the Tulip Festival. Miss Noretta McVey, Spring- field, spent Mother's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen McVey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, Mrs. Win. Stoll, Miss Margaret Hutter and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Patterson. were in Bloomington Sunday attending the Passion Play. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Patter- son, former residents, who lived in Hartsburg several years re- cently moved to Lincoln where Mr. Patterson now operates a barber shop on Chicago street. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillsaver & two daughters of Springfield, were Sunday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dillsaver. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J- Mc- Cormick and son Lance of Era- den; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Nall and son Roger Lee of Mason City, Broughton, Miss Eva Claude Litterly and were recent diner guests of Dr. tolbinson. Guest land Mrs. Donald Barringer- _ Mrs. rugene K. [ Robert Horn, postmaster, ws Mis Eva Starr will t in Decatur last Friday a.t-ten - hostess, ling sessions of the annual to n- of the Odd Fellows / vention of Illinois branch la - a fish fry at the on Salt Creek, Wed 223, at 8 p.m. All are asked to partici- West was hos- 20th Century Club on afternoon, May 9. was played with by Mrs. O. E. Jenner and Mrs. Froeh- next hostess. , No equipment to buy, no work  do. Club will meet Herbert Birks Wed- Featured in 23. A potluck din- America's !:-,ading served at noon. Roll magazines. answered by "My Members are Now only a a I0 cent gift for few cents per feature, day for the " (rermje family. SPECIAL WATER SOFTENING MINERAL AND SALT PHONE 497 Your Eyes With EYLAX tired or irritated eyes sOOthed and relaxed - it acts like a ton- Your eyes a chance. I . druggist hasl or will order it / GEORGE WOLCOTT, Mgr. al League of District Postmast- [ Mrs. Anna Maddox of Oakland i came to the city Saturday for a er.Ir, and Mrs. Wm. Knauer and I visit over Sunday with her son, sons of St. Peter, visited Saturday[Dr. H. H. Maddox and wife. and Sunday with his parents, Mr.I Miss Dorathlene Lipp, Spring- and Mrs. Otto Knauer. They ex.[field, visited here Saturday and pect to move here soon, and will Mother's Day with her mother, Mrs. Carl Lipp. Marion Robson, a former em- ploye 'of the Times.News,employ occupy a tenant houSe on the Herbert Schaffenacker farm. Mrs. Lewis Martin and child- ren, Anne, Mary and Michele, and Miss Katherine Krape of Springfield, visited southeast of Mount Pulaski on Saturday with the formers sister, Mrs. William Schwoerer Jr. Miss Katie Keil visited in Srpingfield Saturday and Sunday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hen- ry Keil. Mrs. Keith Tomlinson, Spring- field and Miss Maribm Hutter of Peoria, made a Mother's Day visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutter. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Peterson and children of Laurens, Iowa, visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery from Friday to Monday. Miss Mary Jane Davis of De. catur visited her mother, Mrs. Rena Davis, Saturday and Sun- day. SPECIAL FRIDAY & SATURDAY SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar .................... 25c BREAD 2 16-o$- loaves ........ 29c WASHING POWDER Super Suds or Fab 27c (limit one) ULMER'S MARIT Mount Pulaski PAQE FIVE ed in Decatur, has been recalled to the army ReServe Air Force. He is stationed at the Pentagon building in Washington, D. C. 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