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PAGE TWO THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MOUNT PULASKI 'rDIz.NZWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois dPublled and entered as second clam matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. ILIRRY J. WIBLE Editor d PubIisher T of Subscription: Three Months ........................ 75c Six Months .... : .................. 1.75 One Year ................................... $2.50 Publishod Every Thursday, LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodd of Springfield, and Miss Arlene Hoffmeister of this locality, made an auto trip Saturday, to Camp McCoy, Wis., and visited with Cpl. Chas. Shrader. They return- ed Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Follis and daughter Lynn Anne, of St. Louis, Mo., visited southwest of Mount Pulaski Saturday and Sunday wlth his parents, Mr. and Mr James Follis, Sr. Miss Marilyn Williams, stud- ent nurse at Barnes hospital in St. Louis, Mo., is at her home in Chestnut for a two weeks' vaca- tion visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt-Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff O. Leonard " and son Don, went to Edgewood Sunday and attended the funer- al services for the former's aunt Mrs. Agnes Landreth, held in the Christian church. Burial was in .Edgewood cemetery. Mr. Land- reth, 80 years old, died in Cham- paign, Friday, May 18th. Jacob Rinker, South Marion St., failing in health for several mon- . ths, was taken Thursday of last week to the DeWitt County Nurs- ing Home at Hallsville for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Bobb Hemphill and daughter Phoebe Jane, of Newman visited Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mr& Austin W. Schaffenacker. Mount Pulaski had a good soaking rain Sunday afternoon, accompanied by much thunder and lightning. Other nearby towns did not get this rain, as it seemed to be local in this area. Louis Niedergesaess, who mak- es his home with his daughter, . Mrs. Gone Clear, is now visiting in Emden with another daughter Mrs. Leslie McCormick. He is now 89 years old. Robert S. Aitchison of Chicago visited here Saturday and Sun- day with his mother, Mrs. R. D. Altchison. Mrs. G. F. Wait and Mrs. Paul' E. Beidler were Lincoln visitors last Friday, calling at the home l THEATRE Mount Pulaski Ill P'EDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 1 and 2 "BRANDED" (In Technicolor) with Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford m plu m CAON  SPORTS ..... sv.DAY. "o.DAY JUNE 3 and 4 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "'AT WAR WITH THE 00LMY" with Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Polly Bergen ---ALSO.-- SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS / WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JUNE 6 mad 7 "BREAKTHROUGH" starring David Brian, , John Agar, Frank Lovejoy  add m CAWrOON NEWS r of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gilchrist. Mrs. Claude Litterly and dau- ghter, Luella, were visitors in Chicago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stuckel were Chicago visitors part of the past week. Gov. Stevenson, in his Memori- al Day proclamation issued in Springfield last week, declared that the observance of the day is a privilege full of significance. "Memorial Day (May 30) has a secure place in the hearts of patriotic Americans," the Govern- or's proclamation states` 'rhis occasion, honoring all the dead who served in our nation's arm- ed forces, is hallowed by cher- ished memories and fine tra- ditions." An estate valued at $55.400 was left by Eugene liefer of Kenney, formerly of Mount Pulaski vicin. ity, who died May 10, according to his last will admitted to pro- bate May 17 in the DeWitt coun- ty court in Clinton. The petition for probate listed real estate at $52,800, and personal property at $2600. Heirs are his widow, Goldie, who was appointed ad- ministrator, and two daughters, Betty Pfieffer of Chicago; and Mrs. Mary Sutter of Cooksville. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Wait and children, of Streator, were Sun- day guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. John Johnston of Fairfield ar- rived Tuesday to visit his sister Mrs. William Renner. Roy. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer had as guests last Sunday, the following members of their fam- ily: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neumeyer, : daughters Roberta and Patricia, of Bloomington, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Houts, daughters Carol Ann and Jamie of Moweaqua; Mr. and Mrs. John Baird and sons Neal, Johnny and Carl, of De- catur. They also attended the Methodist Church Centennial ob- servance. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Iltis, of Chicago, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Buckles from Sat- urday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Beidler, daughters, Dolores and Donna, visited in Chicago Saturday and Sunday with his brother, Samuel I Lynn Beidler, and wife. They were accompanied by Mr. Beid- let's mother, Mrs. Rell C. Beid- ler, who remained in Chicago to take further treatment at Billings hospital. Mrs. Beidler returned home Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. G. Phinney came home living south of the city, visited in Davenport, Iowa, Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. K. E. Stillwell. Mrs. Lillie Flesch of Springfield visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Copeland and went to Steenbergen cemetery in the aft- ernoon where friends and rela- tives decorated graves. Thomas Folkes who lives south of San Jose, called on friends in Mount Pulaski and Elkhart, on Sunday. Richard Connolley, came home Saturday from Burlington, Ill., where he completed his fourth year as coach and faculty mem- ber of the high school. He was re-hired for next year. Petition for letters of adminis- tration in the estate of the late Dr. F. W. Reinders, Mount Pulas- ki, was filed in the Logan County Court in Lincoln May 24, listing personal property at $4,000 and real estate at $10,000. Mrs. Hazel Belle Reindersl widow, was nam- ed administrator by Judge Win. S. Ellis. Miss Sallie Wedrick of Chicago arrived Friday evening for a week-end visit with Mrs. Kath- ryn Kinert. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pape of Fowler, Indiana, were business callers in the city last Friday, looking after farm interests. Mrs. Pape was the former Vivian Starz of Mount Pulaski. They also call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm G. Kautz. Mrs. Della Prevo and son Ken- neth, and Mrs Nannie Sweitzer, of Mattoon, were guests last Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox. Miss Sciota B. Horn returned home last Friday from Chicago, following a week's visit with her sister, Mrs` Harold Snowden. Mrs. Edward Fetzer of Chest- nut vicinity, was honored at a stork shower Thursday evening, [May 24, at the home of Mrs. Robert Voile, in Springfield. Guests from Chestnut included: Mrs. Charles Roos, Mrs. Everett Voile and Mrs. Kenneth Lakin. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Haldane of Berwyn arrived Friday and the following day, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kautz, left on a week's auto trip to points in Colorado. Mr. Kautz is on his second week's vacation from his duties in the post office. Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier and Mrs. Merle Lucas visited in LaPlata, Mo., Saturday and Sun- day with relatives, Mrs. Elizabeth Wednesday from Springfield aft-]Bekemeyer and Mr. and Mr er a stay of over hvo months] Charles Griffin. with her sister, Mrs` Anna[ Kelsey M. 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