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/i :  : , ,,,-&apos;- THE MT. PULASKI TIMFS, MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS - . ONSIL OPERATIONS and Mrs. Roy and Mr. and Mrs. John I iety of garden vases and garden z.t,-rtt>T,rv club which is a unit of te Middle-  NOW POPULAR , ......... ,x , . - r-.;. was the:bochridge of Auburn. They enjoy i ornaments- A number of Mt. Pulaki grade 1 SUNDAY town Woman s cmn. *" t mere a fishing outing on the banks i VISITED AT HOME <.b;ol pupils submitted to tonsil op- C-or ..... " ...... Wes  closing meetig of the year  , ge mout, a suaen  - .. - *;-,^ durin" ne sum- alt Creek. I CF BROTHER HERE i ration. at the Deaconess hospital in kayaa University at Bloomingeon who: bers win De acuv  t is home for the summer vaea. met months in arranging for th Mr. and Mrs. Truman Penniman of:  incoln on Wednesday morning viz: was in Bloomington on Sunday I Middletown centennial ceMbrtion to SPENT WEEK END WITH RELATIVF I Springfield were week end visitors at i Bertha Louise MeVey, Loretta DeN be held in September. Mrs. Term Woods, Springfield spent  the home of her brother and family, I :ert, Inakt Ross, Anna Louise and -  -- her uncle and Mr and Mrs. Frank peiand, ItiIiome r Mattingly, Iren, Frances the week erm ,,th Cook St. attend a dinner given by the Beta I RrURN.S TO t and Dorothy Ayers, Eugene and Ro- Alumni. I niece, Herman Keil and daughter FORMER RESIDENT I bert Cormway and Harris Smith. HAHN FAMILY I INDIANA HOME RESIDENTS  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Zelle, Elkhart, MLs Katie. I VISITS HERE I Another addition to Mt. Pulaski's Ind., left for their home ml Tuesday VISITING SISTER " family was the moving here following a short visit ve with her John L. Schuler, a former resident KAUTZ FAMILY Y and in IN MT. pLASJI of this city, who conducted a drug i BACK FROM OHIO Mrs. M J. Kautz, Mrs. W.G. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn and I mother, Mrs. Mary Fryor, Mr" and Mrs. J. C. Vanghan, Hurst, Ill., is sre aere for a number of years in Iutz and daughr rg, inta return- Billie and Jean from IAn-' Lincoln wi* h:s PaTents, 7 making an extended visit with her the room haw occupied by the Mr" ed home :n Wedn t'oa a two oha, last week They will make their Mrs. G. H. Zelle. sister, Mrs. Flora Mitehell. On Tues- pulaski Timbre was a Sunday visit- I week's visit at on, Ohio: wRh or t the former's daught, Mrtk Everete hme for the summer with her too- daughter Miss Nellie visited in De- ther, Ma Margaret Gruber. Fred is SUNDAY VISITORS day' *hey with Mrs. Henry Horn and from Norris City, LOYAL DA UGHTFJtS PAGE FIYl dullged in during the social Ima't the evening and the honors were war?ed to Mrs. C. E. Close and {enry Kautz, Jr. A short bus: ession preceded cards, Mires Florem Wagner, N<rth Belmont street entertain the Guild members at their next meeting. MRS. DAMARIN HOSTESS TO D. W. CLUB Mrs. John tt. Damarin, living of he city near Salt Creek, w- hoste on Wedne:ay afternoon tO members f the D. W. Club. "H on Preserving" was a timely roll response that was rmwered wit some original methods hat will prot helpful at thL canning aso Schafer nd husband. They made the a former Mr. Pulaskian and willtAT EARLE HOME Mr. catur. Sunday visitors at the home of I WILL MEET 1 trip in their auto. Mrs. Damarin arran two . The Loyal Daughters Society f M " ' N test that proved amusing a well teach school the coming )'ear west of Zmil: aad VISITED POTTERY the Chritima church will meet "lMes- TE%  city and Mrs s Elee LT. s pu=lg Tey wo won by s, Mrs. Delmar lot.K a  e- AT MONMOUTH . .. I dv afternoon June 21, in the home i rK_um r .... w Wait returned Hernum Mann, Mrs. Oswald B x* Thomas PotS, all from Mow " .. __a a s W A. Schafer, Mrs.  -.',t_. lus 11 Buckles Membersl ur. an :r. : -.. _ ; er and Mrs. Henry Pohrer. Mrs. ATTENDS MIDDLETOWN ...... r anu ,.r. ,,, u , ._,o, m,,...  " " _--. ..... Wa irom r.-,... 2 ,ua ,-....l Smith, Mrs. -. . erm- i ..... uested to bring flowers which{  ..... ? ..... [ .... nded ShelL. Downing extended an i CLUB MEETING -- ,-s-. to ...... - trove, is., where .... # .... t,_ Mary E. Lueas motored t t-,, will be dst#Jauted among .t'l ...... _. m M Wait'st to the club to be her guests on ---.-- MhY ann a--. -- , a.... hera they  "" .  funeral on unuy ,,, ,',---.  ! Mrs. p. E. Beidler and Mrs. Lo V1SITU r .... ^rlmouth on om,, _7- - .. -I sick arm shut-ms. ,- = tt Ballard They also vis-oecasion off the next meeting Z. Lipp were in Middletown on Tues- FISHING TRIP .... ":* the Monrruth Fottmry to., .............. o ! ,)nc: %--. _ ," Mrs Wait'st wiU be held in three weeks. .......  .,u, itors in the home uz vis- - - .... s of a large vat- WILL SglG.ID ta.-nr.- lta In Lne m,,= - day, where they attended an all day weeK ej, - a Gt-aber were Mr. plant, manulacu grandmother, Mrs. A. A. Batlard. of the Tuelay Afternoon Mr. and xrs. r. ,. AT GIBSON CITY Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Barr and faro- i SUNDAY GUESTS fly, wh* occupy the Meister brick IN)RCAS GUILD AT ZAH HOME dwelling on South Mrion saree<, left Aw vt:'v'rFR ttOME The following relativc nd friem early this w(ek for Gion City, "lTne Dorcas Guild of St..John's I,u- were Sunday dinner gues*s of Mr. where they will pa  the summer heran church met on Tuesday even- Mrs. G. C. Zah: James Bretz, daugh months. Mr. Barr is a member of the ins in the home of Mis Francis Xe-Miss Imra, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B eutty of the Mr. t'ua:k 'l'ownshu) :, ',V ; ,I(ffers: street for their: and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Berr.ard You'll Like Timl / White /or Smart Summer Wear! ( Plenty of Spectacular , Solid Colors! low pri! 'd ext-t to find only in shirts sen- Fabrics and tmlong yo_  fast colors: ocean p.rl __  .... h more! Prc.Su-unk, ,,ions and fimsh! '. .... ";;g;ie,.' o. e,,,n  ...... ottttOnS. "-" :  -- ' -- High school. , :erni*r,onth!y meeting. Ro:k was in- Quality Highest -- Prices Lowest West Side Meat Market TIlE HOME OF HOME KILLED MEAT Neer Sacrifice (uality for Quantity MEATY SPARE RIBS - 50 NATIVE VEAL ROAST 121c LEAN PORK RO00ST - gHUgK -- ROAST ,l gREA ER !2Oc FRESH IFISH OF ALL KINDS den and family, Springfield; Mr. nlt Mrs. Cam>bell, Mi.: Mary Mr. Ernet tt)!t, Fred V, ils. De-, tatar; M'. and 31r V. F. Mr . 'rh:i-: V, eider, bachr :rod Miss Arntia Baunann, 51t. Pulaski Surprise Dinner Held For S. W. Gasaway Although his lhday ,1*ms not occur until June t5, a group of rives gathered at the eour, try of S. W. Gasaway, auth of the on Sunday June 12, to honor him a surps dinner pay. Each m  Ir of the :mp came welt for things for the dinner which w serv(t at nora cn the spacious and imdy b:wn of the Gasaway home. Those participating in the hppy ent were Mrs. Blanche Ein and family, Mr:. Thurman Gasaway family, Niantie; Mr. and Mrs. Jln Erwin and on, llliopolis; Mr, Mrs. James ltedrick, Buffalo; an Mr , Ernest CampIII, Latham and Mr. and M. Kent Garvey and m, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cormlaxl, daughter Miss lAs, Mr. and L. W. Gasaway, daughters Mi ttazeI and Mary. CAR1} (IF TIIANKS We v, ish o express our deep a.p, preciati(m of the many acts of nes and c mfort bestowed on us b friend and neightmrs during bereavement, Mrs. Obermiller and FOR SALFA Thor eleetr er. In good condition. Call 47. BUY BAYER'S At PENS REXALL DRUG LOSTI WRIST WATCH Reward t,, Finder CALl. TIMES OFFICE Phone 144 SWINN The Grocer SAYS. I Who ever heard of a lunch that didn't have-- Boiled Ham--Barbecued Ham Pto Chs--Olives or That's why he always fresh and complete stock or lunch necessities. PAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novocain Block Guaranteed Dtal at Prices in King wi Ti rues. PLATES S1 AS LOW AS .... Other Vulcanite $17.50, $20, $25Heeollte Extraction free with plates. Silver Fillings Porcelain Fillings Grigbsy De 204-26 P, achrach Bldg. Deeatt liaR; bllllr|   -- Buy Your Meats and Meet You, Friends at UNDERHILL'S -.o, I Y0U I,q)N'T T0 &NSWER t ,..,.,,,,,-,,,.,, / THESE QU00TIONS, BUT BED SPREADS' l,.s that pros|mrou:,toce: tord:S:hicntPtj Krinkle cotton spreads; fast I;a:[,I::: 'yle:r . at Penney%" Y% *!  color s, ripe--81xlO5. SI ,, ,, ,,,,,..,od ' J 2 for If You Would WASH YOUR FACE and YOUR HANDS Just Once Every Week--or wear the Same Shirt without laundering for a whole month? AND YETYour Outer Garments come in atual con- tact with more dixq and grime tn your face and hands, or shirt. Ill You Dust OFF ehairsandwLpe up automobile seats--in Man/ The Water's Ca n wfithina day your cthing has been a "catc-aU" for everything in the air. 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