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AGE FOUR THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS Newsy Portrayal of Local Happenings MOTORED TO MATTOON SUNDAY Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth and family motored to Mat:oon on Sun- day to visit his parents. PEORIA VISITORS HERE DE(ORATION DAY Mr. and Mrs. John Gingry, Poor- Donald Snyder, who is located at tSchultz and family. visited over the week end with Menasha, Wis.. arrived on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Morton Leonard and to visit his father F. B. Snyder. &apos;FORMER SCHOOL PA1.S IN CJJlCAGO 1, family, reunion of Mrs. Blout's fam- VISITIXXG DAUGHTER '. i!y, the Rowclifls. They went by the 51rz. Lilhe Rentschler left on Fri-'way of Bloomington, where they d:y for Chicago to make an indefin- were joined by their son, George, who ire visit with her daughter Miss Lu-is a student at Illinois Wesleyan. die Rentschler. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, MONDAY GUESTS IN VISITING AT SCHULTZ HOME HERE FROM CtlICAGO --G  HOME ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilkins of ON SHORT VISIT l.e::ry N. Downing and daughter IIERE FROM WISCONSIN i Joliet were Decoration Day guests m George Beidler and son Harold who 5!r-. Mildred Nehr of Chicago are TO VISIT FATHER the home of her brother Charles E. spent the week end with the former's ,i!::ng .is daughter Mrs. Wilbur wife and daughter returned to Chi-, i;oos and numerous relatives in this eago on the noon tlin Monday. vicini::'. Cn Thursday, they with Mr. VISITING FATHER ::d _M:s. J. F. Sh:up visited in De-. WHO IS SICK remained for the Decoration Day ex-t ereises.  VISITORS IN FUHRER HOME NEBRASKA VISITOR Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webster, fO REMAIN Springfield. were Sunday visitors in Mrs. Celia Bur.u" of Lee, Nob., the home of Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Fuh- AWENDED STATE CONVENTION YESTERDAY John T. Hershey was in field yesterday attendin the Undertakers Asiation The meeting yesterday was their nual one in which more and stress is placed each year on the standard of the profession still higher levels. who was called here because of the death of her brother Lewis B. Hagn- lbu, will remain for an indefinite visit in the Hagnbuch home. "ROCK ISLAND VISITORS (VER DECORATION DAY Marion Scrozrm and ffranddaugh- tier, Jane Becker. o: Rock Island, ar- rived Friday to visit until after De- coration Day with his sister Mm. h Curtis anti other relatives. VISIT RELATIVES IN PERU Mrs. T. I_ Rothwelt, son Everette, rer. VISITED MOTHER IAST SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waeaser, Lin- coln. were Sunday visitors at the home of hi n.,other Mt. Angel[he V, sensor. SI'ENT WEEK END IN COUNTRY HOME Miss Clara Bobell and Miss Lucile Berry spent the week end in the country home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Berry. GET TOGETHER Thomas Pattison of Chicago came Saturday to make a visit with his former schoolmate Henry Bia:,kford and relatives in this city. VISITS MOTHER HERE WEEK END Mr. and Mrs. Ed. J. Andersonn, D- eatur, were week end and Deco,'ation Day visitors in the home of her mo- ther. Mrs. Augusta Duboce. SPEND FIRST OF WEEK "0ilTH RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. l'racy Lauzhery, Springfield were Sunday and Decora- tion Day visitors in the home of his uncle and aunt. Jay and Miss F!ora Iughery. :..fur wi:h Dr. and M. A. F. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd SUNDAY VISITORS and two children and his mother FROM SPRINGFIELD VISITORS IN Anna Erlenbusch of Decatur Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McDaniels of KENNEY SUNDAY visitors early this week in thel Springfield, were Sunday visito in Mrs. Ors Lee and family, Mr. and cf Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dickey. the home of her sister, Mrs. AIlen Mrs. Herbert Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Dickey's father John Erlenbusch McVey. f':uh B,.'cwn of Indianapolis. and is seriusly ill following an EUGENE SHEER OF LINCOI.N HERE SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sheer. [,in- coin. visited relatives in 51= Pulaski -. 5"-:>..'"F a.'. / [s d_'):'x:.:! hc ;=:"re of her pn:'ent:, Mr. a:,! Mrs 2o:< -i:an Cembs in 5t. Pulasli ce::lete: y. SUNI)AY GUESTS VISITIN{; DAUt:HTFR AT JANESVILLE. IOWA Mr, ;u.d 3[r. J. H. Buck!es left yest.e Jay fer Janesville, Iowa, where they will visit their daughter. Mrs, grandson Jaekie, M. Ce:il Buckles VISITING HOME AT SAMS' I!OME H.W. Uirizh and family. They ill nd son Clarence Cecil were Sunday I OF SISTER } md Mordav uests in the h.mo of[ Mrs, Ollie Moran and baby of Rock: Sunday dinner guests at the coun- also vi.,qt their sen, Elias at Water- Mr. and Mr thwell in Peru. Island are visiting in the home of her try home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1oo for a short time. iia, rry Ro I sister Mrs. Jacob Dickey, East Cook i Sams were Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Schweisthal and son. Miss Marie ATTENDED FAMILY VISITED tlERE  sreet, i Sams, Chicago, Mrs. Katherine Sams RE-UNION MONDAY i WITH PARENTS / and daughter Miss Emma of Decatur. Norman Mayer who holds a respon-] VISITED HERE MONDAY On Monday this grout were guests in Rev. H. M. Blout and family spent uible ,position with the Public Service WITH MOTHER Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Memcrial Day with relatives at Co. of Northern Eiinois, visited from Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Loetterle and the home of Prinzevil!e v:he:e they attended a nhter Jean cf Decatur were Mere- Sams, South Lafayette St. Saturday until Monday with his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mayer am i i orial Day visitors in the home of his grandfather R. D. Clark. " [mother Mrs. Katherine Loetterle. GUESTS AT l/ DECATUR VISITORS EMINGER HOME  MEMORIAL DAY t Mr. and Mrs. tlarold Williams of Miss Mary Binder and Fred Wil- i or line Service Rockford spent Thursday night at] son, Decatur, were Monday visitors hmnr - in the b0me of her brother W.F. ahad. the home of Mrs. Anna Eminger. Mr. Binder. 1Williams came downstate to attend the political convention at Spring- RETURNED TO * field. IOWA TUESDAY i SISTER RETURNS TO MAROA Mrs. Ira Veait motored to Maroa last Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Anna Eminger and her sister, Mrs. Ella Schenck who had been visiting her the past sevearl days. Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey, Wap- polio and Mr. and Mrs. John Erlen- busch, Jr., and two children, Washing- ton, Iowa, who were called here be- i cause of the serious illness of their father John Erlenbusch, St., left on Tuesday morning for their homes, i t HOME FOR i SISTER'S GRADUATION Miss Pauline Rothwell who attends McMurray College at Jacksonvilte, came home to attend the Oommence- merit activities of the MS. Pulaski Township High School. Her sister Miss Grace Rothwell is a member of the graduating class. HERE FROM DENVER FOR A VISIT Mrs. X. F. Beidler of Denver, Colo., arrived Friday evening to make an extended visit with Mrs. Maud Staf- ford. Mrs. Beidler came here from Sioux Ciy, Iowa, where she passed the winter with her niece, Mrs. Beatre Shutts. VISITED RELATIVES HERE WEEK-FND Mrs. Francis Schmidt, daughters lisses Louise and Mildred, James Koroski and Walte Benzinger, Chicago were week end visitors in the home of her brother and Mr. Benmnger sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Binder. i MT. PULASKI THEATRE Friday & Saturday June 34 Mr. RAPID RIDIN' ROPIN' HERE ON VISIT ]FROM ST. LOUIS Mrs. Frahk Velton and two sons Of St. Louis were Saturday to Mo- ,.qsitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kautz, Sr. They oame to decorate the graves of her parents Mr. and Mrs. August Unkauf who 'I' in Mr. Pulaski cemetery. \\; . UgkAY GUESTS IN L "ONNOR HOME Mrs. 'rank e and Miss Clara Doyle, T, ria' were Sunday guests in the home o Mr. and Mrs. AI O'Con- nor. Mrs. Lovrie came to decorate the graves in ".it. Pulaski cemetery of her parents a'l other relatives (ff the Newton fan]Y. HOME FOR SUMMER VACATION Miss Nina Wynd who comple -d her first year as teacher in the At- wood High School is at home with her parents Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Wynd. Miss Wynd has been re-en- gaged for next yr. VISIT POTTERI AT MONMOUTH SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Jenner, and Mr.. Walter A. Schafer, Mr, and Mrs. G. J. Smith, J. F. ad Mi Anna Schafer were in Monmouth on Sunday whee they visited the po- ! eries. ENTERTAINED AT 7 O'CI.OCK DINNER . . AND ROMANCIN' 1},{r. and Mrs. Walter A, Schafer,} i i 5]r. an.:[ Mrs. Oatley Barr of Latham perfomed some time ago, were Sunday guests at the home improve as rapidly as had f ?l-s. Win. Ho!tz in Kemey. hoped. AND have you seen Theodore Zimmermann's Buick Charles Ey's Chrysler Ira Veairs Studebaker Florenee Lachenmyer's and T. A. Scroggin's Fords WE SIMONIZED THEM! KOLP & ZIMMERMANN "The Simonize Twins" 26 BIG Womm,e Br..Allql BARGAI NS GALORE 8PE IE SAlT Cmy hand,nta in tubers and tied in bow; at q T D00lg$ Cu new tyle$ in pastel volle$, ba, dlmid and printed per- 39e caleb. Siz 7 to 14. BOYS' COOL SUMMER WASH SUITS Choice at 59e Oliver Twist and sailor yles in fine quality Linens . New colors . . Sizes 1 to 6 years. HERE: WOMEN'S *SMART PANAMAS Record Valu es] F i n e quality Pmas worth double this price. Triremed w i t h n e a t grosgrain ribbon. WOMEN'S DAYTIME FROCKS Fast Color l%int 4lie Lovely new styles with short or cap sleeves or sleeve- less . Choice of cheery color prints! WOMEN'S MESH UNDIES Choice at 38e00 Nn00t Smarter DRESSES $ cool and d: in one  the. bvdy ,1 You'11 iom shelf Imff. q and ap sl-,.. Cal ollar..onttasdnS ttit! &rod Oul, Rough Wa/h- , , a! Striped  fdm Chifom! Ylo of N t $2.9S CLEARANCE! WOMEN'S SMART COATS s5.oo and s6.oo . Stunning Dress Coats fur or silk d trims! In the pop lar Wool Crepea, Dlarmh, Tweeds and sport clothM Sizes 14 to 46. ROUGH BRIMS ARE "CHIC" Pot Smart Summer O.cia,u 85 New mesh panties and step-ins in white, pink and e. Ideal for the summer! .. Ask to see "Chip", a wide brimmed model with grosgrain n band... And "gute", a soort bfim of straw doth with braid facing...Aml "C.heeko a brim Straw hair and North Vine street, entertained twen- .ty-four friends at x 7 o'clock dinner on Thursday evening. Following *.he " .hnner, .ix tables were placed for 500 at which the honocs were awarded to Mrs. W. B. Jenner, Mrs. George J. Smith, Mrs. A. F. Lipp, M. J. Myers, )swaId Brooker and A. F. Ditlsaver. VISITORS AT {;ODI)ARI) HOME Week end visito in the home of M. md Mrs, E. T. Goddard were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl. Mr. and .:Mrs. (?at] ]pe, Chicago; Mr. and "rs. George Hemp and family and rs. Jacob Hild and daughter Miss elen of Illiot ulis" Mrs. Wahl is the rmer Mrs. I"L Y- MeKenzie and ,rmerty lived in Mt. Putaski. WISITED SON IN HAMITON l;r :rod Mr:, (k F. Wait and son Edwin  *e n tiara[Iron on Sunday .and lon(h tv q.At their son Dr. and i rs. M. B. h air. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bur'oyne of Rock lsl,and, parents of Mrs, G. F. Wait were also present and they were accompanied home by their grandn Edwin Wait who will make an extended stay. Phone 268 Mt. Pulaski Buy your Milk of Magnesia and a girl's f=ith ! THRILLSI LAUOHSI