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/ Gamble Store To Open Soon A new mmble Stores Author- Iged Dealer in Mount Pulaski will be opened Friday, Jue 6th. This store is independently owned and operated by Arnold Kieselhorst who i making his home here per- manenUy. The' merchandise will consist in part of Auto Supplies, Paint, Ra- dios, Household Goods and Light Hardwtre. From his association with Gamble Stores, Kieselhorst is able to meet mall order and big city prices which will bring sub- stantial savingl to the people of this community. Mr. Kieselhorst's ator Is one of over 1400 similar Authored Dealers operating throughout the north and middle went B/uylng in a group enables Qimble stores Authorized Dealerm to get the benefit of the large vol- tm buying of Gamble Stores. They  have the advantage of all the latest, up-to-date selling and merchandising methods as well u the newest in store display and flxturcB. The _mmble organization, 16 old, include a total of more than 1,700 outlet, 1400 of which are Gamble Stores Authorized Dealers, similar to the new store here, independently owned and op- exated, and the balance are regu- lar Gamble 8tor. The Authorized Dealer Plan was, etrted in 1933 in order to bring the buying and selling advantages of Gamble Stores to the smaller communities. lvejTthing is in readiness for the opening of this new store here lriday when the people of this community will have their first oplmrtunity to inspect the exten- Mve lines of mmerchandise handled by this store. In addition to the aerehandise carried rebvularly in stock, this new store will also have available a  order service through which many other lines of merchandise are available such as furniture of all kinds, rup, kitchen cabinets, i lamlm, sewing machines, stoves and ranges, oil burners, cream pargtors, tationary pumps and many other ttcm. IPiano Pupils I tO Give Recitals Miss Ruth Peterson, grade school music supervisor, will pre- sent aer piano pupils in a recital at 8 p. m. Tuesday, June 3, in tte township aigh school gymnasium. She will be assisted by Miss Fran- ces Neumeyer, vocalist. The fol- lowing program will be given: Rose In My Garden, Mariann Dana. Fairies Dance, June Reynolds. Summer Days, Jerry Bradshaw-. Meal Time at the Zoo, John Mehrholz. The Juggler, Sonny Myrick. Balloons, Betty Aderman. Gavotte, Carla Christensen. In the Silver Moonbeam and The Little French Clock, Miss Frances Neumeyer. Hawaiian Guitars, Elvira Dro. bisch. Dutch Dance, Helen Matthews. Delores. Margaret Martin. Waltz of Dreams, Paul Matt- ews. Hol Mr. Piper, and The Cuckoo. Miss Frances Neumeyer. Valse de Concert, Jane Schaf- fenacker. Sonatina and Grand Polka de Concert, Rhoda Sehaffenacker. Bach Two Part Ivention, Bet- ty Criland. Waltz of the Flowers, for two danos, Betty Criland and Rhoda Schaffenacker. THE METHODIST CHURCH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Services for Sunday, June I: Church School at 9:30 a. m. Worship Service at 10:30 a. m. Please note tlmt services start 15 minutes earlier than usual. There will be services at French' Chapel church at 9:15 a. rm Vacation Bible School Beginning Monday, June 2, there will be a Vacation Bible School held in the Methodist church. There will be c/asses for Begin- ners, Primary, Juniors and Inter- International Co-opera- tive texts will be used. Time, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. each day for two weeks, except Saturday. You are welcome. CHRISTIAN CHUR( J. Wayne Staley, Pastor Bible school at 9:30. b ymmr amlerlptioa lid up In Worship and meditation at 10:30. WIlT It not, why notT "Pray for peace; They shall ..... prosper that love thee." Ps. 122:6. Those in the fellowship desire I peace within the Church, and seek !for peace of mind and heart and soul and yearn for the good will and mutual understanding which will mean a warless world. The Church is the best institu- tion for promoting peace among] all nations of tha earth. Come and worship with us. .i AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Corresponclenf Eugene Rau has been quite sick with the measles the past week. Another good rain Thursday ev- ening. Cooler since. Cr6ps grow- ing, wheat soon be heading. A number from here attended l the funeral services for Mrs. Mar- gaxet Barry, 97, in Latha Sun- day afternoon. The family resided here one mile south of the church for many years. I Chancy Myers spent Wed- Mrs. i nesday afternoon at H. Kerwoods. Friday callers were Ernest Lsen- hour, Charlene Woods of Spring- field, Mrs. H. Hubbard of Clinton. Sunday callers: Mr. and Mrs. D. Kretzinger and Carol Rose of Clin- ton, Mrs. Eunice Kretzinger, Mrs. Jas. Joynt and grandson of De- catur. 52 present for Sunday School. 90c birthday offering from Rex Rau, Alonzo Hurtt, Patrieia Lee Stiles, Eugene Anderson. Children's Day program June 8. The pastor will train the children at Center Chapel and here too. Rev. Doolen delivered a splendid sermon for Baccalaureate in Latl- a Sunday. Go, Heft, Junior Marshall and Lena Tucker are members of the class. Mrs. Clarence Rau attended a shower in honor of Dorothy Lois Wright near Casner Saturday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright, former residents of Lake- view district. She and Horace C. Licklider of Cuba, Mo., were mar- ried May 9 by Rev. C. H. Johnson. The bride has taught music the past three years in her community. They will live in St. Louis where the groom is with the Union Elec- tric Company. Harry tittles entertained com- pany from Decatur Sunday. Many iris and peonies in hloom at Earl Brannerr's. T h e Never-Grow-Old Society will av#eet at 2 p. m. Friday, June 6, at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Volle on North Vine street, With Mrs. Della Kinert as assistant hos- tess. Housewives Are your home appliances i. tip-too shaoe7 If not, be sure to call us for a check-up. We repair all kin& of appl;- arices. Reasonable and E'clenf Servlce Mt. Pulaski Appliance Store Mount Pulaski, IlL - Phone 187 .,CHESTNUT BOY IS CITED FOR PATROL Chestnut, Ill.--Noel Gene Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Baker E living north of Chestnut, has been honored by the Chicago Motor Club as one of the outstanding school patrol boys of Logan coun- ty and for such outstanding work will be rewarded by a week's out- ing and camping trip at Lake Hastings in northeastern Illinois near the Wisconsin border at Lake Villa. Spring Tonic L0w00 0dm.v 00oUC b keep you fit v Jesus. [.over of my sou[. Ld: me to Thy bosom [y: While the nearer waters roll. A few treatments will not only While the tempest still is t: Hide me. O my Saviour hide. pep you up, but will tone up Till the storm of life is past: your entire system. Safe into the haven uide. No medicines, but a scion- O receive my soul at lastl fifiC method based on a care- ful study of your bodily struc- ture. Free OusultaSon RHEUMATIC AND ARTHRIT- IS TREATMENTS A SPECIALTY Paul Meyers R.eLIGIONS . '._.'." :- ] 71  Next to Kroqer's ; All of Noel's expenses will be J linois paid by the Chicago Motor club i Th; Legislative while he is on the eek's outing]a meeting at the from July 5 to July 12. ]Lincoln in Springfield In recognition of his patrol work 7:30 p. m. for the Yotmg Baker also received a beau- tiful silver medal from the Chi- cago Motor Club. The boy is an eighth grader of the Chestnut Community Conaoli- dated school His teacher is Jos- eph Armstrong. He did well above ave|age school work and re- cently averaged 93 in his filat year's work as an eighth grader in the county final examination. He was center on the Chestnut grade school basketball team the SUPERVISOR NAMED ON Albert F. resident of the city, or of Mount Pulaski notified several dayS M. Seaberg of sident, Edward pointed him as a Legislative Committee nois Association of County Commissioner saver can feel justly appointment, as the composed of only a selected from various cussing relief bills, Dillsaver was present ATTEND AT McY Mx. and Mx& daughter, Geraldine, Schultz, Miss Anna Harold Hargrave, mermann, Mr. and Wynd and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. son attended the past season and helped his team]exercises at d compile an impressive record this]Sunday afternoon an season. He has been a member of  MISs Jean Wible was the school patrol for two years. ]60 graduates who were ..... !by Governor Dwight 1 George A. Volle of this city and I Glenn Voile of Latham. were in! Mrs. Clara Burton Chicago from Monday to Thursday i Shepard, of and attended the golden armiver-iThursday and sary convention of the Illinois'relatives in Mount State Bankers' Association. tery. Both are natives of Dr. Margaret Lu,, CHIROPODIST FOOT 420 N. Lafayette St. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS BONDED 13EST BY TEST 6-gal. Regular $1 GREASE KEROSENE 10c BROWN'S SERVICE CO. CLEAN-UP DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN!, The Mayor and Citw Council have desiqnated tSe from JUNE ! to JUNE 10 as CLEAN-UP DAYS. All citizens of the city are urcjed to clean all ashes, etc, from your propety and alleys. Your full ation is requested for fhis worthwhile project and appreciated by all. People takinq rubbish to the Hollerbach farm tioned to see that it is dumped into the ravine and the banks. THE CITY COl J,._ I__ i i. ii i lnll ii