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FOUR +uLi i THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS I Happenmgs00!,,0000 o,,,ru+d.y A+,m,,,,,IC h h C t a. Portrayal of regular meeting of the Dorcas Guild Jolietpent the week end with MrS.of St. John&apos;s Lutheran church, whic Anna ger. 'C "   Local was held in the home of Mrs. Wal- ter Drobisch, North Garden street. ; Miss Evelyn Osborn Decatur is a A business meeting preceded cards, house guest in the home of her sis- Miss Francis Vetter wiU entertain', ter Mrs. C. L. Frazier, South Spring the Guild members at their next re-:street. gular meeting. Frederick Lilyp and Vincent Ey SPRINGFIELD ASSISTED CONDUCT SALE i WEEK END IN MT. PULASKI NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB attended the track meet and circus held at the University of Illinois on md Mrs. Frank C<)tland and Miss Lois, visited the week in Spt-ingfield with relatives. IN MAROA WEDNESDAY rs, Arthur Kelp, M. Ella and Mrs. I. Eminger were in Maroa on Wednesday. SEVERAL DAYS PRINCEVILLE :M. H. M. Blout visited from sday until Friday in Princevitle ?Lh her brother Fe:ris Rowcliff and ITORS HERE EL DORADO 7lrs. Frank Schuler of El Dm'ado, several (lays in thL city visit- Mrs. Chris Drobih and other and neighbors. )AY VISITORS ). SPRINGFIELD Ir. and Mrs. D.J. Fuhrer were :rday and Sunday guests in the  of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webster pringfield. j2l A I, LATHAbl TURDAY JUNE 4 'he Gleaners Cass of the Chris- church at Latham will hold a wberry and ice cream social in uptown district at Latham on +AI;turday night, June 4. =PRINGFIEI.D VISITORS :ST SATURDAY mong the Springfield visitors on rday from Mt. Pulaski were ]. Elizabeth Voile, Misses Mary, vtie and Louse olle, and Miss : ies Keil. Richard Humphreys, popular states I AT COPELAND HOME attorney, was here Saturday assis-} A delightful meeting of the Neigh- Saturday. of the city. I borhood club was held on Wednesday Wendesdav June I--The Sewing ting it, the conducting of a land and le. I evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olop Peterson was in the city Sat- Circle of Zion Ev. Lutheran church city property " i Frank Copeland, East Cook street, urday making arrangements for the meets in the home of Miss Amelia TWENTIETH CENTURY I MEETS FRIDAY The Twentieth Century Club will be entertained on Friday June 3, in the home of Mts. George Rupp, North Vine street. WILL VISIT PARENTS SEVERAL DAYS Mrs. Elmer Waddetl and daughter i of Decatur arrived Tuesday for a vis- it of several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntern. TRANSACTED BUSINESS IN MT. PULASKI TUESDAY Mike Lee who has been staying with his brother Jim and family in Springfield, transacted business in this city on Tuesday, EXPECTED HOME FOR VACATION Miss Helen Rupp who taught at the High School at Athens during the past year, is expected home on Saturday. She has been re-engaged for next yea:'. FORMER PASTOR AT HRISTIAN CHURCH SUNDAY A former pastor of the Christian church, Rev. S. R. Reynolds, was the guest preacher at the Christian church last Sunday, supplying the pun pit while Rev. Staley was at Rutland. i VISITORS AT COOK HOME WEEK END Week end visitors in the home of Mrs. Fern Cook, East Jefferson st., were her daughters Miss Mary Cook of Chestnut and Miss Bernice Cook, a student at Ursaline Academy in Springfield who was accampanied by Miss Helen Westenberger and Miss Dorothy Medley. RED TO TERRE HAUTE SUNDAY VISIT rs. Barbara Kreig, Mr. and Mrs. "Llon Lucas and son, Merle, and *. Emma Jenner motored to Terre they , Ind., on Sunday where VISITED IRIS FIELDS ed the former's daughter, Mrs. I  Failing and family. I AT CARLINVILLE Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer, Mr. .and Mrs. Russell Shult and daughter TO CHICAGO Dorothy, and Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Con- .... ER VISIT WITH MOTHER nolley and family were at Carhnvflle , Adele Weidenbacher returned on Sunday, where they visited the rieago on Thursday noon follow- Otwell h'is Fields which are now in l 0  a:two weeks visit with her me-!full bloom. There are over 200 var- i , 'Mtns, Theresa Wetdnbacher. lieties of Iris in bloom on this 25  ill resume her duties in the!acre garden, that attract thousands t * go telephone exchange abou of visitors during the blooming tea-  fitst Of ;June. son. *Cards was the diversion at three annual Memorial tables. Delicious refreshments were Carlyle cemetery. served by Mrs. Copeland at the con- clusion of play. Mrs. V.G. Connolley returned .m: home on Wednesday following a two IDAY NIGHT CLUB A't KEMMER HOME r: Mrs. Fred Kemmer, North ashington tr entertained mem- :5rs of the Friday Nght club when A) was the diversion. The prizes awarded to Mrs. George Rupp, :. John Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Vil- m Stoll, Hazy Wells and Henry ayer. EV, KING HOME FRObl ;NNI AL CHURCH CONVENTION Re. '. N. King returned home on ::riday from Chicago where he at- mded the annual convention of the iJ'ois Synod of the United Lu- an Church in Amehca. During  stay ,in,Chicago, Mrs. King visit-  at the Nachusa Orphanage with ::- sister, Mi Mary Sutton, who n assistant matron at that insti- :%DN'H ! fY PARTY  RIDA NI(,HT Rebekahs- ld Odd Fellows have :<eir onhly party on Friday night. : Rebekah's and Odd Fellow's are :quested to attend and invite their /en. SUNDAY GUESTS IN COUNTRY HOME Mr. and Mrs. William Ward of Sullivan were Sunday dinner gue in the country home of Miss Agnes and George Reinders. six miles east of the city. The Wards who are form- er residents of Mr. Pulaski. have week's stay at Henry with her mo- ther Mrs. Lottie Helper. THURSDAY, MAY 26, LINCOLN HIGH COMM Commencement activities in For Corn ina Wee k come to a close next Tuesday "-O ing with the commencement '.in the high school gym. Calender of monthly church society eate services will be held on meetings scheduled for next week is evening and will also be at the as follows:-- school. Wednesday June 1--Good Will So- ------.o: ciety of St. Thomas Aquinas church, Customer: "To what do you meets at the country home of Mrs. your extraordinary success as Raymond Sams, five miles southeast house-to-house salesman?" * Salesman: "To the first five I utter when a woman opens door--'Miss, is your mother Day services at Baumann, South Lafayette Street. t Wednesday June 1--The Lutheran BUY BAYER'S Workers of St. John's Ev. Church At PENS REXALL DRUG Mr. and Mrs. Fred Franz of Lin- coln, and Mr. and Mrs. Detbert Zur- kammer of Atlanta were guests at zhe Art Woodrum home Sunday. f; ' sold their home in Sullivan with the Wednesday visitors in the Capital intention of going to Los Ageles to City were Mrs. Amelia Feuerbacher, : make their home. Their son Dee who Mrs. J. H. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. G. is in the Coast Guard service, is lo- D. Drobiseh and daughter Miss Viola. cated there. Mrs. Margaret Roberts and daugh- ter, Mrs. Veretta Robinson, with whom she makes her home near Bea- son were Saturday business visitors in this city. M. E. MEN'S CLUB HOLD MEETING A meeting of the Men's club of the Methodist church was held on tast Thursday evening at the church. A group of twenty were present to: spend a very enjoyable and profit- abl evening The meeting was pre- sided over by Clarence Upp and  short talks were given by the vari- ous members. Refreshments were served later in the evening by Mrs. Upp, Mrs. Hershey and Mrs. ell- I hammer. ! VISITORS AT " DICKEY HOME Visitors during the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Di- ckey, East Cook street, where her father John Erlenbusch is recupera- ting from a recent severe operation were: William Erlenusch and son Gharles and Mr. and Mrs. John Er- lenbusch and daughter, and George Erlenbusch, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. John Erlenbusch and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. William Addle- man of Joliet. * REBEKAHS REQUESTED i membership was present to answer the roll call with a household hint. TO ATTEND SERVICE Following the business session, the The attention of members of Cen-! hostess provided two interesting con- tral Rebekah Lodge No. 313 is called to the invitation from Mt. Pulaski AFTERNOON CLUB AT SEYFER HOME Miss Clara Seyfer, North Vine street was hosss on Tuesday to members of the Afternoon . Club. t The diversion was 500 at three tables, 1 the honor winners being Mrs. A1 O'-1 Conner, Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp and I Miss Anna Schafer. { The next club meeting will be held I in the home of Mrs. O'Connor. 1 _ VISITED IN URBANA LAST FRIDAY Mr. and Mm. Gus Drobisch, Mrs. Jesse H. Stuart, Miss Viola DTo- biseh and Harl Bruce visited on Fri- day in Urlxma in the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Laughery, and Mrs. Stum's son Gustams who is a stu- dent in the U. of I. While in Urbana they met Allen Schrader of Clum- bus, Ohio, who is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Drobisch. He is a member of the Rifle Range team from the : Ohio University that competed in the recent contest held in Urbana. DORCAS GUILD AT DROBISCH HOME Miss I.,la Hahn and Mrs. William Jones were the honor winners at 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 Pay I)otor re Pay Hospital To Meet Notes loans. To Repair Homes To Centralize Debts To Pay Taxes To Pay Insurance To Help Relatives D. W. CLUB AT BROOKER HOME The regular meeting of the D. W. dub was held on Wednesday after- noon in the country home of Mrs. (Xuwald Brooker living four miles w-est of the city. Nearly the entire meets in the home of Mrs. L.W. Gasaway, We Jefferson street:. Thursday, June 2 The Ladies' Aid i Society of the Methodist church :meets in the country home of Mrs. A. M. Park, living about four miles northeast of the city. Thumday, June 2The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church meets in the home of Mrs. Mary Gut- so, South Washington street. Thursday, June 2--The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's Ea'. Lutheran  church meets in the home of Mrs. Henry Kautz, Sr., South Garden street. O: New Business Firm Springs Up Overnight The whole world has a just claim Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shoup and Mr., on the Siamese Twins but their is on- and Mrs. R. E. Buckles were Tues-ly one city in the United States that day visitors in the home of the i can lay a just claim to having the on- former's daughter Mrs. A, F, hiltz in Decatur. ly and original "Simonize Twins." and that city is Mr. Pulaski. To be more concise, last week there was Mr. and Mrs. A. r. Lipp, and Mr. born in our city a new" business firm, and Mrs. W. A. Drobisch were am-lKol p & Zmmermani two ambitious ong the thousands of spectators on young raen who felt the urge of Sunday at the Otwell Iris Fields I doing something to keep their wrest- near Carlinville. i lines down and do a real service to ear owners who were regretting the Miss Liltian Ey was a participant fact that their old buses were rather Miss Frances Eisele, Lincoln on Men- shabby to go thru the coming pleasure day evening, when Miss Mildred season. Hence the slogan the boys are : in a bridal shower at the home of i using" We understand, however, that a Heinrich was again the honored third member of the elbow squad has young lady. i been taken into the secrets of the :, order of knights for the renewing of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ey spent ancient cars. Sunday at their cottage on the Illi- :O.'-------- nots River at uiver Beach. They OUR OWN BELIEVE IT OR NOT were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Mann. } I The windows of The Times office were given a seasonal bath last week. George Ohmes and Nick Gasaway; If they are still standing up under of Lincoln, were visitors here Men- i the strain this time next week, we ex- day checking up on the Legion bene- pect to repeat the operation. We fit held in Lincoln on Tuesday even-* wish to extend our appreciation to ing of this week. I the management of The Times for I their courage and enterprise. To Discount Bills To Build Garage To Buy Fuel To Equip Business To Buy Clothing To Repair Auto Investigate when you need funds. Write and we will call at Yr Home and EXplain our Easy- to-Get Easy-to-Pay Plan SPECIAL TERMS TO FARMERS PAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novocain Block Guaranteed Dental at Prices in Keeping with the Times. PLATES $1 .s LOW AS .... Other Vulcanite dentureS $17.50, $20, $25Hecolite Extraction free with better plates. SiLver Fillings ......... $1.5$ Porcelain Fillings Grigbsy 204-205 Bachrach Bldg. Decatur Phone SUMMER IN STEAMER ( With Arms 98c LAWN SETTEES $!.S9 MAPLE ROCKERS 9Sc tests in which the winners were Miss Alma Ridgeway, Mrs. S.S. Patterson, Mrs. L. L. Downing and Mrs. L. A. Triebel. Guests were Mrs. and Miss Hanslow and Mrs. Robert Keck. The next club meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. John Damarin on June 15. C. H. Uniand and party returned from St. Louis Tuesday with two standard Chevrolet sedans. Lodge No. 454 I. O. O. F., to join them in the observance of Memorial Day on Monday May 30, All members are requested to at- tend the exercises to be held in the city park on the public square. i "Hullo Bought a saxophone ?" "No; I borrowed it from the man next door." "But you can't play it.'" 'Neither can he while I've got it.' HAVE YOU SEEN Ed Birks', Louie Kruger's, Arthur Woodrum's and Zenobia Zimmermann's SPIC AND SPAN Cars? Ey's Bakery and the K & S Trucks? NOPE--they're not new cars-- WE SIMONIZED THEM! Subscribe for the Mt. Pulaski Tim Only $1.00 a year. WEEKEND OLD HICKORY ROCKERS $4.95 FERNERIES $1.50 TABLE LAMPS SPEClkLS ,,.0o BRIDGE LAMPS Men*s $i 98 Oxfords Men's  dd spo. d}700PO Oxfordsd Boys' Sport Oxfords $198 KOLP & ZIMMERMANN ,_, 99C "The Simonize Twins" Shoes - - . .- -, ---. --.---,--=,c-: ,-a /-::: New House I , , - Dresses - - TOILETRIES Mello Glo "/9c Powder - - - lrmand's 39c Powder - - - 59C Powder - - . """" 15o Aspirin - . . AT NEW LOW PRICE Every Garment Fully Covered by Insurance "All Furs Stored in Our Own Vaults." ,,,,, ,,, um GaMSTORES Repairing and Remodeling at Special Low Summer Prices Our fur designers with over 25 years experience guaran- tee you satisfaction at a very low cost. Cleaning Furs at Great Reduction Our furrier's method of cleaning furs by the (non-dip- ping) process pro M the life of the garment, SchaEfer & Rin00ler DATUR'S EXCLUSIVE FURRIERS, $1,98 MATTING $1.00 30-. HOSE $2.50 GLIDERS $17.50 up Combination FOOT STOOL and MENDING $1.49 Midget RADIO TABLE $1.49 PORCH $1.95 DUST MOPS 69e 3-Burner OIL STOVES $9.95 6-fU FELT BASE Sq. Yd. 39 9x12 AXMINSTER $19.50 RE] $9.95 up CARPET SWEEPERS $2.95 AVERY &