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PAG4g ull OUHT lqJLASE TIME-NEWS Mount PulaakL Illinois Fabllaked and entered as second class matter in the postomce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. WAlmT 7. WlmX Editor mad Publlor Terms of Subscription" Three Montlm .................. 75c Six Months ...................... .$1.25 One Year ............................. .$2.50 Published Evory Thursday LOCAL NEWS i: ) ,5 Harry Deibert, Jr., has return- ed to his home in Lomita, Calif., following a stay of about three months-with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Connolley, : this city, and his father, Harry Deibert Sr., in Decatur. Alan D. Hultgren, Jr. was in Indianapolis, Ind. Memorial Day and attended the auto races. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dlttus at the north edge of the city was the scene of a surprise party and dinner Sunday even- ing, June 3. The affair honored birthday anniversaries of Miss Dolores Hein of Chestnut, and Miss Pearl Jo Myers, which came on that date. Mr. and Mrs. James Nixon and daughter, Sharon; of Louisville, Ind., were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs` Herbert Holz and Oscar Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lelmbach and Mrs. W. H. Leimbach of De- catur, were Memorial Day guests of his brother, William Leim. bach, and wife. A dinner was served recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Troyer, Latham, honor- lag the birthday's of Mrs. O. E. Holmes, May 23, and Harold Holmes, May 24. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. S. O. South- elm, Chestnut; Fred Sallee, Chi. cago; Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes, Mrs. Mildred Corneau, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmes and son, Har- old, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Troy- er and children, Sharyn Lynn and Johnny. Mrs. William DeSpain visited in Springfield last Friday with her sister, Mrs. Marie Hodson. Mrs. S. M. Hultgren of Oak Park visited in the city last .... week with her son, Alan Hult- gren St., and family, 208 North Washington. She also attended the commencement exercises at Lincoln high school May 29, her granddaughter, Miss Thaya Hult gren, being a member of the graduating clas& Mrs. Pearl Elwood of Decatur, II 11 II IBDAT AND SATURDAY June 8 and 9 REX ALLEN in "HII00 OF O00OMA" mPIm- "DIAL 119" with Marshall Thompson, Virginia Field, Andrea King & Cartoon i SUNDAY. MONDAY June I0 and 11 MATIHKE SUNDAY 2 P. M. (In Technicolor) with Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Paul Lukas SELECTED SHORTS i, i wr00zsnAY. 0000SDAY June 13 md 14 'WOMAN ON THE RUN" with Ann Sheridan, Ross Elliot, Dennis O'Keefe SHORT SUBJECTS ADDED r was a guest Memorial Day of Miss Minnie Hershey. Miss Mildred Schmidt, Decat- ur spent Memorial Day here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Binder. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of Forest Park were also recent visitors in the Binder home. Mrs. Smith was the former Nona Hoist of Mount Pu- laski. Several members of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. C Swinney were in the city Me- morial Day to decorate graves at the cemetery. They were: Mrs` Robert Seymour, Springfield; Mrs. George Pattison and Mrs. Har- old Beidler, Chicago; Mrs. Mary Rammell of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. F. E. Schwartz, Champaign; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zelle of SL Louis, Mo. In the afternoon they held a reunion in Decatur. Mrs. Paul V. Shelley and dau- ghter, Mrs. Harold Mims, and children, Martha and Cathy, of Wichita, Kas., arrived Wednes- day of last week to visit with Mrs. Shelley's father, Harry B. Capps and sister, Mrs. Eugene Manes and family. They brought home, Miss Marilyn Manes, who attended the University of Wichi ta the past year. Mrs. Edna Ginther and daugh. ter, Miss Mary Carolyn of Lin- coln, were Memorial Day callers in the city. Mrs. Ginthern was the former Edna Snyder of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abel and children of Westport were Me morial Day visitors of his mother Mrs. Maude Abel. Mr. and Mrs. William Rosen- steel of Madison, Wise. arrived Memorial Day and visited the remainder of the week with her brother, Dr. C. M. Merriman and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Humphreys of Peoria visited in the city last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Glose returned home last week from a six months stay at New Smyr- na Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hansel. man, Mrs. Emma Sallee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, John Zah (91-years-old), Arthur Meliza, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waddell and daughter Dorothy, of Decatur, at. tended Memorial Day services in Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burton of Peoria, were Memorial Day vis. itors in the city. Mrs. Burton is the former Clara Fisher of Mr. Pulaski. MOUI  . NEWS, MOUNT MULASKL ILLINOIS Mrs. Marguerite Jones, Chi- with his son, Clarence, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Elz cago, and Mrs. Beatrice Tribbett, Mrs. Mary Bush of Chicago Lake Fork, visited and nephew Harris Smith, of a Memorial Day caller at lboro most of last Bloomington, visited here Decor- the home of her brother, William 1 brother, Walter ation Day with their brother and G. Whittle, and wife. ! ity. wife the Dewey Anderson's. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly and l Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Anna Hutchison, field, visited here part of week with her sister, Mrs. E. G. Phinney. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snyder and son Charles of Peoria were Memorial Day callers in the city. They were guests of his cousin, Mrs. R. D. Aitchison. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Velten of St. Louis, Mo., attended the Memorial Day program in Mt. Pulaski. She was the former Min- nie Unkauf of this city. Mrs. Leona Pierce left Sunday for her home in Long Beach, Cal. after a vist of several weeks with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Whittle. Her son, Gilbert, of i Huntington, W. Va., visited her i here, Saturday. Myron Haynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Haynes, and Roy i Kinert, son of Mrs. Kathryn Kin- err, this city, and John Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford of Cornland, have returned from l Rolla, Mo., after completing their second year of study at the Mis- souri School of Mines and Metal- lurgy, f ! Mr. and Mrs. Vernon VanHook I and baby son Stephen, of De-I catur, visited in the city Satur- day evening with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth. Nicholas L. Hubbard made an auto trip on Thursday, last week, to South Bend, Ind. and brought home his nephew, George Hub- bard who was a student at Notre Dame the past year. They were accompanied by Art Raidge also a student, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard and family until Friday evening, when he left for his home in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Ethel Redmon and Miss Minnie Haas, of Cerro Gordo, !were guests last Thursday and Friday of their sister, Mrs. L. F. Weidenbacher. Stanley Jarvis, Elmer Bogue, i and Jess Stockton of New Castle, Ind., were visitors in the city on Saturday. Mount Pulaski is Mr. Stockton's old home town. He said his daughter, Nancy Sue, had just graduated from New Castle high school and in the fall will enter Indiana Univers- ity. Rodney Hutchison visited in Springfield Saturday and Sunday A Beautiful Service Our years of experience give you services of taste and dignily in a chapel large enough to accom- modate the bereaved in comfort. sons, Jim, Joe and John visit- ed in Granite City Sunday with Mr. Kelly's uncle, Fred Cunning- ham and family. and daughter Helen, burg, Fla., formerly were Saturday cal Mr. and Mrs. ...Announcement. DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST will have office hours Saturday nights 10 P.M. at the office of Dr. E. H. Cox Pulaski. Call 18R for EYES EXAMINED GLASSES 17" PAYS TO tOcAt zt#daiS The Neighbors... TAKE PAINTED FOR ENDURING BEAUTY SEIDLITZ COAT BOTH PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN 36 COLORS AND GLEAMING WHITE. 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