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PAGE FOUR .... THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1932 CHURCH SERVICES I FRIDAY NIGHTERS  CONDUCTING STUDIO I but LOCAL EVENTS + ar, NOT HELD SUNDAY i AT COUNTRY HOME i FOR PIANO Services at Zion Lutheran church Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Mayer, liv- Miss ARna Radford is conductin&apos;'& land REV. BI.OUT TO of Mt. Pulaski were cancelled on Sun- iing two miles east of the city, enter_ studio for piano instruction at the Eyes Examined DECATt'R MEETING day June 12, as many of the congre-tained members of their Friday Night Miss Radford is the accompanist for Rev. Harry M. Btout, pastor of the gallon attended the Mission Festival club on June 10. Four tables at 500, Zah Home on south Washington st. I Mr. tIadley, voice instructor at MiUi-: There has b Fitt d Mt PuInski Methodist church attend- held at Zion Ev. Lutheran church t 'was the diversion, i ken ccnservatory of music+ Frames e ed a ministerial meeting of the De- Chestnut i the kitten catur district in Decatur on Tuesday. WARD FAMILY TO i VISIT BROTHER North Sic i AT CAIRO LINCOLN BUSINESS v " -q"ec+acle and DAUGHTER RETURNS I.IVE IN CALIFORNIA Mrs. William Marshall, Mrs. Mi:VISITORS HERE FRIDAY 1 from the All Kinds gO Mr. and Mrs;- Wliittm Ward and ixie Kepner and John Clendenen batve ! Clifford Jackson, manager of the from TO CHICAGO Lincoln ulant of the C. I. P. S. Com-I | On "iiuesday  .,lewl ..  .__ oRenalrln Z. 1. Leer, son Pierron moored to i Miss Leo of Sullivan passed the week returned home foRowing a visit at pdny W a business visitor here , end with former neighbors. They Cairo with their brother, T. C. Clen- W. Chicago on Sunday with the former s daughter Mrs. Preston Benbow who have sold their home in Sullivan and I denen, aged 77, who is seriously ill. Friday. He was accom.pnied by Roy AT [ehe  ., + Kammers p|i win soon leave to make their future: Jackson, also of Lincoln. Any Lense Du cated returned home follovcing a months! visit in Mt. Pulaski. i hcme in Los Angeles. WAGNERS ENTERTAIN ] IAT DINNER PARTY JOHN" ERLENBUSCH !as CHARLES SERIOUSLY ILL Imp. Funeral sm THIS'N THAT CLUB i BEAUTIFYING LOT I SARGEANT ATThe June meetingDEIBERT HOMEofthe This'nilCN" THE SQUARE i Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wagner enter- Recent visitors at the home of Mr. Je 77  Charles H, I: 1[ Mr- and Mt" Hmer lne,xd Mrtainl a group of twenty-eight and Mrs. Ja+ecb A. Dickey, where lr wti I R his home + Mrs. r':-ht Bile + drove to friends at a 7 o'clock dinner on : father, John rlenbusch lies seriously + ema .ening, wer, g.. I o That club was held on Wednesday! ana L,w s . . + " I P-a Sunday everdn Mr. Lane Thursday evemng. FoUowmg the ; ill, were Mr. and Mrs. John Erich- i ca u rnoon at th, Registered Optometrist eve,i in the home of Mr. and Mrs. i made' the t; to visita factory for dinner, seven tables were pdaced for : busch, Mrs. W. H. Escbbaugh axed, brObouq + xterment w Morrell Deibert, West Jefferson st. -- n furniture as he is transform  500 at which the honor awards were daughter, Mrs. George Erlenbusch, I  rv. Mt. Pulaski, -- Illinois The diversion was 500 and the honors game "+ were awarded to D.J. Fuhrer and ing the vacant lot on north side of made to Mrs. J. W. Mann, Miss Anna and daughter and Mrs. Anna Erlen- wn + The propm Mrs. Lcuis Schafer. The July meet- square into a very attractive place Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Auer, busch, all of Decatur. 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