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1941 Mrs. Forrest Ralston, visited south of the city night and Memorial day Mr. and Mrs. Leigh and Mrs. Norman Mayer Norman Edward, of Chi- in the city Memorial and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward her mother, Mrs. Anna d grandmother, Mrs. Ma- er. Cain of Peru, Indiana, here last Thursday to at- Memorial day observance, a visit with Mr. and and other relatives. Mrs. Floyd Webster of were guests Sunday cud Mrs. Dan J. Fuhrer. MOUNT P Bernard, and also daughter, Mrs. Milton Schreiner and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ordelheide and little daughter, Nancy of St. Charles, Me., made an auto trip to this city last Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Frank Talmage. Nancy remained here while her parents were guests of relatives in Chicago Saturday and sunday. They left Monday for their Missouri home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Oisen and daughter Roberts and Joan Corby of Bemvyn, visited in the city Mem- orial day to Sunday with Mrs. Ot- sun's mother, Mrs. George Romer, and sister, Mrs. Willard Kautz. Mrs. Etta Lakin returned to her home in Springfield Sunday eve- ning after a visit of four days with her daughter, Mrs. Arttmr E. Baumgardt and family Mrs. C. R. Gilchrist of Lincoln ! NWB, MOUNT P ILLINOI PAGE ;i Five Hundred being the diversion. Mrs. Lulu Hoist of Forest Park [day to Sunday with his sisters, The prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. [ a Chicago suburb, arrived last Mrs. William F. Binder and :Mrm, Louis F. SamS, Miss Anna Roth, [Thursday for Memorial day, and Roy Aylesworth. Mrs. William B. Jenner, George J. I to make a visit with her sister and Miss Reba Swirmey of Spring- Smith and Ottmar E. Wagner. [brother, Mrs, Gottlieb C. Zah and next with Mr. and I Mayor William F. Binder. field spent Memorial day here with The club meets , her mother, Mrs. J. C, Swinney. I , Mrs. Sams. t Mr. and Mrs. Dean Downing and ' Miss Winifred Mayer of Los An- family of Chicago visited north- Carleton Drake of Racine, Wise., gales, calif., visited in the city west of the city from Memorial ispent Memorial day to Sunday * here visiting his uncle, Everett K. Memorial day with her uncle, Os- day to Sunday with his father,. car W. Mayer, and dauglter Miss Nelson Downing. Brooker and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August C. Barrels. He 'Elizabeth. She made brief visits Mr. and Mrs. Harry King and was accopanied by a friend, Dean : in Lincoln and Bloomington with daughter, Miss Joan of Tuscola, Carpenter. relatives and friends, going on to were visitors here Memorial day, i 'South Bend, Ind., to get a new Studebaker car' leaving there Fri" ealting n members f the Barlw ! Mrs" Kathleen Thybny f Chl"..  GeneCag WmSc Clear,a gueStandOf herwife,brother,from i day to drive the auto to the west family. Mrs. King vas formerly Miss Merle' Barlow of Mount r-u- Memorial day to Sunday. , coast. She was accompanied by her laki. nephew, Billy Ellis of Lincoln, who ..................................................... will make an extended vacation Mrs. Frank Schuler and daugh- ' .... ' visit with his grandmother, Mrs. ter Miss Francis, of Eldorado, who Air-Cond|tioned COMFORT ' For Your PERMANENT Herman Mayer. formerly resided here spent Mum- No matter what your hair The members of the Auction orial day in the city, being guests difficulties are we can work out of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Dro- a satisfactory solution because Bridge Club were entertained on bich, we thoroughly understandclass- was a guest Memorial of Mr. and the afternoon of Wednesday, May ification of hair types and its Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. 28, bY Mrs. Frank Talmage at her Mrs. Charles Creager, who ha.u application t o. individual r e- been ill for more ttmn a month at quirementa--AND you may re- hore on North Vine street. Tl-e Riedle, who is employed Mr and Mrs. Henry Hornbeck. prizes were awarded to Mrs. E'- her home on South Vine street,is comfortl a x i nwhileAIR-CONDITIONEDhaving your per- Wire Corporation in sons Henry and George, of Chi- ! ,rett Rothwell and Mrs. George A. now slowly improving, sonalized permanent. visited just south cago, were visitors from Memorial Volle. They will not meet during BOBBLE BEAUTY SHOP from Friday to Sun j day to Sunday at the home of her the hot summer season. Walter Benzinger of Chicago, Phone 871 Lincoln - visited in the city from Memorial Mru. Ruby erImn, M'. his parents Mr and lparents, Mr. and Mrs. eorge A. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson zee Riedle. ' " JTomlinson. and son Richard, of LaPorte, Ind., Mrs. Wilbert Grathwol'l ] Marilyn Romer of Niantic spent visited here from Memorial day to tars Phyllis Pats and[Saturday and Sunday here with Sundaywiththeirparents'Mr'and iiii ....... l VI  lIiluke e 'xr, .?:.,*^ I her grandmother, Mrs. George [Mrs. Kelsey M. Anderson and Mr. eorauni t "-' ..... '. "'..jRomer and also Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred H. Hahn. . y trom Memorial . . . SUnday with Mrs John Villara Kautz. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tipsword of I and other relatives. The I Tuesday Afternoon Club was an- champaign, were in the city Mem- mPanied the visitors[tertained recently by Miss Clara orial day and visited her parents, MilWaukee,account of thebeingdeathCalledof[the] eyfer.orizesFiVegoingHUndredto Mrs.WasjohnPlayed'T. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Buckles  :r, Adolph Braun. ' Hershey, Mrs. George J. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Walter snyder and daughter, Libby Jo, of Ferndale, Irs. George Wells dau Mrs. Arthur E. Baumgardt. Mich., arrived Memorial day and I{JE{llllFlllll| ast iivfA Jean and Cadagan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, visited until sunday with his fa- and the formers' daughters Judith and Barbara of ther, Willis W. Snyder. : A'Wlfs f Chieag' Clintn' were guests f his parents "  "'-- d[5V n] "' Memorial day and Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey M. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weckel and SUnday with George from Memorial day to Sunday. son, Cleatus Weckel, and wife, of W Mrs. Emma W'olfs, Rock Island, came here for Mum-  )! Mrs. Margaret Danner, Mrs. George J. Smith, was hos- orial daY, and visited until Sunday i: : Wolf's brother, Gene C. tess to the Twentieth Century with his brother and sksters, Ad- !: family. !Club at her home on Belmont St., am Weckel, Mrs. Thomas Wachter, i : { Wednesday afternoon, May 28. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Merle  ......: i ....... and Mrs. Harvey Pierce, of Five Hundred was the diversion, Riedle, the latter two of Chestnut. )!i arriVed ,turday for a the honors going to Mrs. George On Saturday they made an auto eVeral days with his sis- Rupp, Mrs. Fred J. Roth and Miss trip to springfield and Altamont. ::: Anna Felts, and niece, Anna Schafer. The next hostess ......... O'Bryen and family, will be Miss Katie Jenner. Mr. and Mrs. George Millard, : :: bother former resi- who are making an extended stay' i :: Pulaski. Mrs. Katherine Helen Kinert re- i turned Sunday to her government in Dayton, Ohio, visited in the city :[ from Memorial day to Sunday t and Elsie SaflY iwork in indianapolis, Ind., follow- with their daughter, Mrs. Wilford Chestnut Sunday after ing a week's visit with her three Logan and family. Roy Mitlard of days with the for- cb_ildre Roy, Don and Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. !and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. KeN Ohaha, Nebraska, arrived here Friday, and went on to Dayton say M. Anderson. i with his brother and wife Mr. Mil- ers. Ulen Baumann of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter A. schafer iard is doing brick construction D{]g 0 ]i guests from Friday entertained the Married Peoples work in that city on a large coca {let e  in alrk t Fits 0ur 10b his parents Mr. ann Club on Wednesday night, May 28, cola plant. Prepare for defense program demands and the "long pull" Umann. ' __ with trucks that are built to work longer hours, more days, Charles F. Wag- HoME more years.., capable of extra thousands of miles of depend. Niekrenz visited GOF FUNERAL able, low-cost operation! That's what you get when you invest City Sunday with her and Mrs. F. G. House- 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" in Dodge quality truck construction. Tough, long-life mate. rials.., careful precision workmanship.., superior, lasting PHONE LINCOLN 1234 truck design are tom-' employed on lPlJ[ WlTll  LOWIT bined in trucks that are onstruction work at spent Memorial Cha00 ..*500 -" Pick-Ups'630-" built to fit the job.., to (wITH COWL) and Sunday here  Pane ..t30 do the job better and at and also his par- /4, Chus00..*sgs= Stakes ..'740-" lower cost. Act today! Mrs. Samuel Zim-  i.,a,t We'll give you a good and daugh- T,  -   ( ,.)  L. ,i*,,, ,- - '-" ,=, ' =,,'i  u' "deal" liberal trade- accompanied him lll'g --* t{ , uz  m, , h4  t stay, and d fa--rly Kingsbury Trailor  II |  Ma00zeL in your pod00. 1 Irrs. H. Wittrock left for St. Louis, Mo., to the friendly 00ing to do / days with their son  | PAID FOR & CATTLE" depending on eoncHtion) i:lRV{:L$ for Deed Hoqs