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:- THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. PULASgL ILLINOIS PAGE "FIIURSDAY. JUNE 9, 1932 Evangeline Booth To Be In Lincoln . Evangeline C. Booth, Comrrander- a-Chief of The Salva*`ton Army for- ees in the United States, and eve of the outstanding .--cmert orators of this country, is scheduled to appear at Lincoln on Saturday, June 18CAN at 10 a. m., visiting and speaking in all the to&apos;ns of the territory, and ac- orapanied by a large party of prom- ment Salvation Army leaders and musicians. As the National Commander is recognized as one of the finest speak- ers of this country, and has a mes- 4age of cheer and encouragement for all, every tom in the Central Illinois Division is promised one of the great- i e t]eats ever received by the Oom- mander's isit. " to accord All are invited and urged the Commander azad her party a mo6tl la_rty welcome, and to give her the biggest and best audience possible. The memory of her message ill last a life time for all pri-i[eged to hear her, EUGAR CREEK BRIDGE BUILDING The foundation of the bridge over Sugar Creek near Hartsburg has been constructed and the frame is be- ing set up. The process seems to be slow; however, the work of putting lap the large iron beams is ve" hea- vy work. Tht.se beams are raised by a medium two derrick to a fiat car, and this car is moved on small rails' by means of an engine to the prt of ae bridge where it is set u?. All the beams are riveted to the frame, mak- irtg a stron fi" bride. Every Kr2e Occupied Since *he work on r:ute 1.)1 ha begun, men from all parts of the state and of other states have been !king icr a job. Many have been employed, iowever sqme have been Unoble to fin a job. A lme numoer of hese men have brou;ht heir families with them and have settled down here. Every home m Harsbur,., s occupied and in a few mtance tw, families in a hn-e. The old church and what was at cue time "-: barbehop have been occupieu.---Hartsburg J :urnl. Mrs. Nellie Lowe Dies At Chestnut Mrs. Nellie l)we, 40, wife of Roy LOwe of Chestnut died suddenly at 10:15 o'clock Sunday evening June 5, 1932 in her home in Chestnut. She haxl been in poor health for a number oi Years and on Sunday was scricken with a heart attack. FLOWER SHOW Chestnut Meth0d_mts To Have Btg Anniversary Celebration :' i atso given off, as intimated by the Anderson; second, oharacteristic odor of pooing corn. well. A pound of pop corn will thereforv Bouquet, White- First, Capps ' ' ' Nursery. Anniversar week is near at hand. of a homecoming. At this tme we wtl weigh slightly less after it is popped, alrhc,gh this may not be enough to Bouquet, PinkFirst, Mrs. Jame$ We are celebrating the sixtieth birth- hear words of greeting from our ws- dett on an ordinary pound le. Bailey; second, Mrs. K. M. AnderonG.! day of the Methodist church in this iting pastors and laymen. The htor- Bouquet, Red--First, Mrs. F. community. The events of the week ieal committee will have a printed Schaffenacker; eond, Mrs. C.M. are as follows: story of the history cf the church Merrmam Wednesday evening, June 15An ready Per tree distribution that day. Bouquet, Mixed--First, Mrs. Ira ice cream social on the church lawn Special music for the Sunaay Sere vices will be furmshed by the Chest- Veail; second, Miss Lillie Washburn. to the accompaniment of an (mtdoor I nut choir and the double male quar- Delphinium concert by the Chestnut Orchestra. Single Stalk, Light Blue--First, The sale of home_made ice cream tel. Mrs. E. C. Clear. The following committees are m ...................................................................... Collection--First, Mrs. E. C. Cie*r; and cake will be sponsored by the' ANOTHER Ladies Aid Society. The lawn will !charge of *.he preparat,ors. Adver-. Grocer tising: William Myrick, L)nard J. second, Mrs. W. N. King. be well equipped with tables, chairs Obery, Mrs. A. S. Buedaler, Walter! SAYS: SyringaFirst, Mrs. A. M. Park, and lights. 12ae orchestra will be d seated on the front porch of the iMrgan' Mrs, Alfred Wilson, Mrs. second, Mrs. George Weller. carsonage, where their music can be Roy Barber. Invitations: Mrs. E. C DeuLziaFirst, Mrs. Ira Veail. Flowering--First, Mrs. C. M. Merri- enjoyed from several blocks of ark-  Myrick, Mrs. J. M. Downing, Mrs. I l ing space throughout the evening. Orene Laughery, FreJ Morri=, Albert He is just three years old this man. We are expecting a large crowd. . Lakin, Mrs. Harle,s McKinley. Pro- week. Perennials Friday evening, June 17. A young gram: Rev. Strou. H.M. Norms,. Bouquet of pimksFrsr,, Mss Mary rople's rally for the young people of' Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Mrs, W. Of eurse, he doesn't mean he Votle; second, Mrs. G. F. Wait. ' SHOW CcreopsisFirst, Mrs. B. A. Tyler; this and neighboring churches. The IG- Smith, Mrs. E. W. Park. Basket was born in 1929. program will include some talent dinner: Mrs. A. H. lkin and l.tdies second, Mrs. J. T. Hershey. from among our visitors, sinng led Aid members. Historical: Mrs. Fred But the Ilappy Hour organiza- pyrethrum__First, Mrs. G- 1"" WaLt" WED THURS tion cf which he is a member first by a cayable young man. and a talk Morris, J. L. Willams, J. M. Down- Pansies. Dr. F. W. Reinders; second, by Rev. Roy DoLand of Morriymvitle. ing, Mrm Myrtme Lakin. Mrs. Wm. .. saw the light of day three years e John T. Hershey. After the brief rogram te young Blan(1, Mrs. W. H. Donnan. l)ecora- a  ago and he's happy about it, too. 1 16 First, Mrs. R. D. Aitehson; second, basement for a eial hour drected by Shutl, M. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. So hazy that he and hundreds of Verrv.n Heft. ial il other Happy Hour stores are eele- Mrs. T. O. Snyder. AquilegiaFirst, Mrs. G. F. Wait; Rev. Keith Loveless of Beason. Visi- B. N. Mymck, tcl: are expected from the churches committee, Mr. d. L. Wdliatn, H. V. brating the event this week, second, Mrs. T. A. Scroggm at Mt. Pulaski, Lincoln. Beason, Newscaster, Mrs. L. G. Strou, Mrs. See screen and theatre programs Oriental p. ppyFirst, Mrs. E.C. cffering Groceries at the . Harmony, Kenney, Clinton. Mares, E. N. Rose, Clifford Auzhenbauh, for particulars. Clear; second, Mrs. Ralph Walsh. Warrensburg and Latham. GilL:rt Schmidt.  Prices in History. Red LiliesFirst, A. F. Lipp; se- Sunday .June 1..An all-day maet- " :o: MT. PULASKI THF ATR cnd, Mrs. Albert SheUhammer. inz. Starung wtn visitors' day ar CARD OF THANKS Artistic Arrangements Sunday School with the attenance We wish to expres our grateful i.a:".z- Ba:,ket---Firs'-. Mrs. Henry oa! ?e. at 150. we continue through appv(*ca;'..n to the many friends who Horn; seconu, Mrs, Mary Guise. the day with ome very mterest}ng as;ste< u:. In oar reeen treave_ Sma+ Basket--I;itst, Mrs. "-B. features. At the morn!ng worship men's. AGE Jenner; eeond, Mrs. George Sued- ervice, Rev. H. Ray Punk of Itume. Re) S. I.owe and daughter, meier. Ill. a former pastor, will deliver the Mr. and Mrs. Christian Suedmeier Large Vae--l"irst, Walter Scha- .ermon. At the same erviee we will John Suedmeier 00er: ,, oew we Under Small Vase--F-t, Miss Nellie are about u purcna. "lt:ese book: _% BIRTIt Horn; second, Mrs. C. A, Ey, are yresented to the church a gifts A sot:. which i> tie:r sond, way Large Bowl--First, Order Eastern of various organizations, SUCh as the b,-,rn ,m "I'ueday mormng ,June 7. to ( t S'ar; second, Mrs. Helen Humble. chair, the Sunday School ciasses and Mr. and Mr:. l;ioyd Kinert who t,,'e Small Bowl--First, Mrs. B. R. Epwo'th League. If you wish to in M, line. Mrs. Kmert i. the former Atchis;n; second, Mrs. T. O. Snyder. order a book for your own ue or if M:s Kathrrine tlelen Anderon. Roadside Bouquet---Mrs. (;lover you would like to presen one or daughter of 3it'. and Mrs. K. M. And- .Matthew's. more autographed copies to the erson. Service De of Shad,rw Boxes church as a birthday gift. you :,hould :o:-------- EDWARD First, Mrs. B. 14. Aitch|son; se- peak to the pastor not later than NO EVENING SERVICE cond, Mrs. E. C. Clear. next Sunday. After the mormin set. Organization Bouquet vice we will all eat dinner together The Christian church will dismi First, Zion Ev. Lutheran church; in the church basement. This wilt be. their service Sunday evening to en- able membe, ,,f the c,,nggation to PLENTY OF GAS ANE attend the children's day exercts at second, Twentieth Century Club. a basket dinner provided by the to- Business House Bouquet caI families .articipating. The after-,th e (peland Church Sunday evening First, Downing & Tomlinson; .e- n,:on program will be in the nature June ]211. cond, Schafer Hardware Co. Child's Bouquet Irma Ryan; second, Watter!l First, ] Humble. Dad's Bouquet ,, ]lrs. Iwe, her husband and daugh- First, Dale Leonard; second, Dr. t sTent the evemng with her par- G. F. Wait. ents two miles south of Chestnut, but i Upon returning to heir home and Bouquet Arranged by person Over 70 YeAr of Age While eparmg to retire for the Mr.-.. Mary E. Lucas; second, ght. P:he suffered a heart F::':=, attack and passed away a short time after ihe doctor arrived. Nellie Suedmeier was born on a farm two miles south of Chestnut on Jars 24, 1892. and was the only aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian uedmeier. On June 2. 1921 she was raarried to Roy Lowe who with one mghter, Mary Ellen survive. Left alo are her parents and one brother J]an Suedmeier. all of Chestnut- luneral sewices were hetd at 10 O'clock Tuesday morning June 7 in St. Thomas Aquinas Catiaohc churCh in this city. A requiem high mass was sang by the pastor, Rev. R. C. Lane, assisted by the regular choir in Charge of Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp. Pallbearers were Arthur Eber- hardt, Louis Gcbleman, Leonard Mc (:ann, Ray Simcoe, Edwin johrtson, OScar Do'ney. Burial was made in -t. Pulaski cemetery. Chicago has a breadline for women Y. It is at the Immanuel Baptist ChUrch on South Micb.igan avenue. Mrs. John W. Scoffer. potted plants First, Mrs. E, G. Phinney; second, Mrs. E. O. Mayer. Hanging Basket First, Mrs. Delia Kinert. Table Arrangement } i)epression--FirN, Mrs. W. A. Drobisch. BreakfastFirst, Mrs. Frank Tal- made. PatriicFirst, Miss Alberta Vol- le'BirthdayFirst , Mrs. G. A. Voile. A. F. LIPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS ANNOUNCING--.- Sale Now In Progress SH EER WASH DRF_00SES New Patterns OUT THEY GO 2 for $1 Lot 1 LADIES' and MISSES SILK DRESSES Values to $I0.00 OUT THEY GO I.OO Lot 3 LADIES' and MISSES SILK Reduction of DRESSES :;:7;2:2 Ice Prices BEACH and RAYON (E00e00tive ,st) SILK . . 60e PAJAMAS New colors--new styles OUT THEY GO 79e m 45e 30e !00 Lbs.- 75 Lbs. 50 Lbs. " " 25 Lbs." . . 15e CASHNO CREDIT Open Evenings Except Sunday Please Display Ice Card Early K. E. WELLER ,, ,,,, ,, OLD LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING LINCOLN, ILL. OUT t Why Corn Pops INSTALL NEW ELECTRIC SIGN rn pops because of the expan- A new electric sign With red sion of steam within the kernel pro- blue lights installed over the entrsm duced by heat, and a certain amount of the Bertoni Cafe and Ice Cream of moisture is, therefore, lost from Parlor and lighted fr the first time on Wednesday night, makes thin pop- uLar establishment an easy place to locate, especially after mght. Gee. Underhill has also installed new Neon sign. His window is outlined With bha tubing, with a red tubing form Why Ships Are White  I the center piece. Vhi has been the favored color .... for hips for the re.on that white I urfaces absorb little of the sun's SWINNE.]/, heat. HEY GO III WE HAVE PURCHASED AN ENTIRE STOCK of LADLES' AND MISSES READY-T0-WEAR From a large Chicago concern which was forced out of business, and we are giving the folks of an county an opportunity to purchase these garments at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES Read Over Every Item in Our Out They Go Sale! Lot 4 65 MISSES AND LADIES Silk Dresses Exceptional Value OUT THEY GO NEW Spring Hats Only One Lot OUT THEY GO $1.00 NEW Spring Coats Specially PricedWhite Coats included--OUT THEY GO 84.98 s9.98 i NEW Spring Tams l.arge Assortment to Ch, From--4)UT TItEY GO 6 .19c PANAMA and I.ACE-.- $1.48 Sale Now In Progress NEW SILK RAYON, UNDIES Bloomers, Stepins, French Pantie OUT THEY (;t't For 19C Lot 2 MISSES and LADIES' SILK Sold Up to $12.50 OUT TIIEY GO 001.98 NEW SI RING KNIT SUITS Regular $6.95 Valu OUT THEY GO- *tDe$fftD BE ON HAND EARLY AND GET SOME OF TItESE REMARKABLE VAIA ES : ! ELEANOR MORROW, Manager i1[ i GOLDIE STYLE SHOP' ILLINOIS a aw