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TmB Io r  ! MAY , 1941 =   Gene ! Phillipsburg, Kansas, and Miss  east of pringfleld,  to ]otmt -- L E [ May 21 Prizes went to Mrs. I Margaret Oglesby, of York, Ne-, Pulaski Monday evening to John Glass Mrs Mrs. ' _" ..... 1  rear and Mrs. Leigh W. LUCas. Teeters, Mr. and Mrs. jonn - [ ,'-v+ hatess will be Mrs. i braska, visited in city from Mon- ': their forner patient, Davy Donald, of springfield, were call- | *,,v ..........  day tc Thursday of last week with  and attend the grade school pro- their grandmother, Mrs. Emma gram, which they greatly enjoyed, ers Sunday afternoon at the home Clear. . .. , -ther Mrs. Ma-I Mrs. Cecil Buckles f thisoL1( Oglesby, also Mr. and Mrs. Glenn t Mrs. Earl W. Beebe and son of the fvrmers my ' - - - -:-:+-- cal21e  last .talu---a C[ slster,  cuy tilda Weldenbacher, an I following" a visit of more than two Oglesby and other relatives On : Tommy, of Wellesley Hills, near Mrs. Anna Cryan. _ .... ! ...^^t.o "m Detroit, Mich., with her one of the days the visitors and Boston, MasS., arrived wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Amos L;uris, u.j'elarenc e C. BuckleS, and Glenn and wife maie a trip to to visit for several weeks with her - nd Mrs orville Pi- --,  mother, Mxs. Sarah LachenmyeT, Ramsey Mr. a ersburg, and points of historic in- and sigter, Miss Florence L4tchen- art of Hartsburg, Mrs. Nettle Ri-Idaugh,ter, Mrs. Eugene Weckel. New salem State Park near Pet- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Riley, and ] The Gleaners ClaSs of St. John's Tommy Riley, of Decatur, John Lutheran church met on Wednes- terest in Springfield were visited myer. , Curtis, and Mr. and Mrs. George I day afternoon of last week at the as well as calling on Mr. and Mrs. ! Gilbert F., Spenler ship .. g supper guests Sun'lhcnne of Mrs. Carl Hild, three Leigh Smith and family. Frm mixed carload of cattle and hogs Ne o Bowers, were - and Mrs. F_,d- : miles southeast of city. here the travelers departed for lover the nnnois Central to Chi- day evening of Mr.  ..... ,th!n session waS fouowea oy e braska to make brief stops in Be- i cago Tuesday night. ward Curtis at their m,,- ....... ess atrice and Fairbury before return- . _ of city. The visitors had come to tplaying of Rook, the prizes being l , ..... that after, i awarded to Miss Frances Vetter, ing to their homes. attend the Memorial cemetery-  Mrs. Ottmar E. Wagner and Mrs. Floyd Holler oz Decatur visited CDEM noon in Steenbergen here from Friday to Monday with Mr. and :Mrs. E- I Rice, of iRussell Shull. MIDWEST ICE Sandyville, West Virginia, were Miss Minnie Hershey of Decatm his sister, Mrs. Reide C. Wilson, guests both sunday and wednes- came here Saturday and visited for and brother, Claude Holler, and as- 2 " qrt " SS0 day of his sister, Mrs. Lawrence a few days with her brother, John so called on many old boyhood O. Montgomery, and family. Mr. T. Hershey, and wife. friends. Sandwlches Wonder,Hers Rice, a teacher, has started his J.W. Blarkenship and Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodrum Biq Nicks Dixies afternoon, June 1, summer vacation, and they have Earles made a bus trip to Lincoln of Springfield called on friends in Fue Nicks Newlyw$ the city Wednesday evening. They Time quartet of El- come to Illinois to visit relatives Saturday. Strawberry Ice Cream Mrs. George E. suedmeier visit- formerly lived in Mount Pulaski, Cake Roll 25c "" Sing at the Harmony in Champaign and Illiopol!s:__ in -d in IAncoln Saturday with her land :uring Ju.ne e:C:hJ: lav: S"" 5C " . .... "us" repamtm , e ...... .... I for california to mae " Brown's Service =Cj. Church in Season vicin- WorKmen cry , a. ,tholic i qlster, Mrs. 'ranK ru,,-a- .  -- --- chder about eight miles north of the St. Thomas Aqumas_-:'.et -- , the afternoon of wednesaay, i Miss Marr an a.ams .:-_: . -- _ . , eavette sty= - ,-,,, . .u_ ^_o sou-, ..... + st Jonn's sa nlI-Otrlulzl qllki Manv people have church on toutn , a.  -"1' be #a" 21 nembers oz the -o nurses  o, ........  =m=- -s grou on the raaio anu I 2vo coat ,,  lub were =, ,,, a ! - t to hear them in person. I given. Claude uces [Frank Rentschler at .e::Hned   .... ,m,w,.. I l'l'#'l't residence of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. _ ..... ndav with I miles south of cty. . .^ ||Ir.r | [ ' | | |. V. (h*Over on North Lfay- i visited in Springnem ---r andl  played, the prizes g_omg u ,NF, F, | L F UI ||vlvt., " . Mason x u=- MrS teve . l,,m,,m,i,,,.J --  .'eet Is being newly painted, her aunts, Mrs. l Mrs Glenn 3erry, ._ " VIN HUTCI"I - - rs " tter- m.,, C. H Leckbee and son, Mrs CharleS sowe  - St | Patterson and Mrs. W. H. Pa _ LVIN AHRENS _ _,, " Aid Society o  tone za Dean, left Sunday for Ur- The Laxles - - will meetl son. ..... of is, to make a week's vis- John's Lutheran cn.UCj-une 5 at Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ogiesuy, her mother, Mrs. IAllie at 2-30 p. m. Thursaay,  ' 0od Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic church met at 1:30 p. m. Wednes- JllRe 4, with Mrs. Fred J. at her home in the ertoni on west side of square. E. Stoll visited in Tuesday and wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ltmice Lewis departed a ago for her home in Ov- "Pexa, following a visit of southeast of city with MI's. Witma McQuaid and This was Miss Lewis' first and she was greatly with Mount pulask, its trees, beautiful homes and and the excellent paving. different than she had and relatives in Quincy the home of Mrs. Henry J. Kautz, Virginia, a n d Joe children of Mr. and Z Goodman, of Glad- arrived Sunday on the bus to make an extended visit with grandparents, fi Mrs. Frank Theobald and ald Mrs. Joe Goodman. LUtheran Workers of St. I-altheran church qll meet P" l, Wednesday, June 4, at ae of Mrs. Walter A. scha- era North Vine street. s Conaway was taken in the ambulance Saturday after to t. Clara's hospital in col care and treat- MJaes Elizabeth and Clara of Lincoln, visited here with their cousins, Miss 'al William Kelling. Hubert Turley, of Spring- visited in city sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sr., on south Garden street. The residence of :Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Harper on Noth wash- ington street has been newly ,ainted. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells made an auto trip to Havana Friday and visited the latter's brother, Wil- suedmeier, alsO calling on rel- liam  Mrs William G. atives, Mr. ano Whittle, on Quiver zke. Mrs. Mary Glso, who fornerly ;lived across salt creek, about six miles northeast of Mount pulaski, moved to Withee, Wisconsin, over 20 years ago. She recently observ- ed her 80th birthdaoYun:iviren and many Lagan cu^bere d her and old neighbors remv and postcard shoW-! with a letter ereatly appreciated- er, which she still lives on the old Her son John home place along salt creek- Members of the contract Bridge Club were entertained by Mrs. on North Dean Foster at her home Vine street wednesday afternoon' This Season Be A Regular with SUMMER SUITS Enjoy summer smartness! Make a date with Mount Pulaski Cleaners to give your Icjhtweight suits the last word in clothes care. fKr?eP them sparkling clean  refreshed ---- ee from perspiration odor and boardi- rless." Let lvtount Pulaski's modern pressing equipment coax back thai tailored look af- ter every humid day's wear. Smartness like this costs little makes you feel better, look Ietter. MAY 30- 31 3 for 1Oc .... I/2-1b. 20c 10c Ic Bars Perfect POTATO CHIPS 3 for GUM ................... each BALLOONS .............. OLD FASHIONED pHOSPHATE ....... {makes 2 gal.) 10c KooI-Aid 4 for 7c Merit MIXED ICED TEA ........ lb. 45c CAP Oranqe Pekoe TEA with glass, I/4-1b. 25(: 3 (or 14c KNOX JELL ............. PLAIN OLIVES, No. 25 . 2 for 3% Cap Cap STUFFED OLIVES, No. 25, 2 for 47c Madison DILL or SOUR PICKLES, qt. 17c Madison sWEET PICKLES .... qt. 23c Cap PEANUT BUTTER ........ pt. 17c PURITY cUPS w,th handles ........ ?c sPOONS OR FORKS ............ ?c PURITY PICNIC PLATES ...... doz. ?c 9 ft. 5c SHELF PAPER .......... MERIT CLOTHES LINE . S0 ft. 19c lllF.hbne C-offee 2-1bs. 49c Campfire MARSHMALLOWS .- lb. ... SALAD-DRESSING .... 24-oz. .,a LIGHT K . _P nice Fruit COCKTAIL .... 2 .,ap ,.m ......... Vlent ur .......... 15c 23c 10c 21c 27c 10c 10c ) Chem. Chip Cookiel:::: 8-oz. 20c... Fruit COOKIES .... "lb: }c ! PECAN TOPS ..... lb. 19 COCOANUT TOPS lb. 15c Cocoanut Macaroons |b. 17 MIRACLE WHiP . ,. 37 GOOD LUCK OLEO lb. 17 Parkay 3 MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS VAIL'S FOOD FREE DELIVERY KLEENEX ....... 2 for Sweethearf SOAP .... 4 P & g SOAP 4 IVORY FLAKES med. 23 Old Dutch CLEANSER 2 14 Gi. OXYDOL with Lava 6tc liew Pohttems 10-11=. 21e LEMONS ....... .4 for 10 CABBAGE ..... 3 Ibs. Home 00own Stl Oyster Shell, 25-lb. bag Oyster Shell, 100-lb. loa9 81 PRUNES, 40-S0's lb. IOc APRICOTS ...... lb. + +2$ BLACK FIGS ...... lb. I! PEACHES lb. RAISINS ...... 3 MARKET MOUNT )NE