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? PAGE EIGHT THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, fI2lNOI8 Gradua.tes From t CORNLAND-- !When A Ford  .E'-OD,ST c.uRc. NOT ELghth Grade] Miss Mae  B,,a H., Meets A Ford bj',aT,a'n by o,r n  | spent the weekend with Miss Leon- , (Continued from page 1)  ore Bryson:  t Children's Day next Sunday morn- Mt. Pulaski Fords are better than! ing. In the evemn Mrs. Anna Bryson and Miss Minnie ..... " g the Male quartet -- I Brys transacted business in Sprite- ! those, from Lincoln ff one takes into of Ilhnols Wesleyan will occuv the Pegram--*Itelen Read, *William field Friday. - i conserata the fact that Austin J whole hour with sacred -- J !P- MOSS.  ............. I Schaffermcker's kitten ball team de I numbers L-__--  clasl Hatton--Ed-ward Johnson, Arthur eter oems oz Sprin field- .r l fe a . , -! .... . ,ue Is no anission fee ......... g , -rnt ted Bob Langelhers Fords from bt:. an orterin " Stelfens. rrmay evemnr wrm ms naren M  T.;,, - .... . I g will be taken. and - " ,_. __ _ ts ___. ....... ut,naay evemng by a score oz, The A V Class ,.u; ,, - -_ Daft---Grace Carton. mr.. . r. ttoaems R t, 9 .. . - ,,,-,a ,t ua 1. " ...... r.n Y Straight RowLloyd McRoberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buckles and e church basement on Tuesday and A total of 17 hits by the local Oral Martin, Eleanor Mae Snyder, daughter Joan spent Sunday in Corn-!team tells the story in "a brief but Thelma Steinhour. land with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker. i decisive manner. Musick (50)*Walter Hutchcraft. Sunday morning and evening ser- This -as the first of a number of Lawndale  *Carl von Drehle, vices were conducted at the Christian inter-city games to be played this Lais Brandt, *Witma Knolleaberg, church of Coraland by Rev. Chamber- summer, a return game to be played Dale Allen, *Clara Mac Huffnan, lain of Springfield. in Lincoln under the floodlights in Her--man' Atchison, Frances Locke. Miss Frieda Komnick of Atlanta t the near future. hour. and V. C. Wooden of Lincoln spent The Materich arm (;sett team Rose Hill*Ruth Gordon. Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. which is one of the league leaders Bloomingdale  WRr Seefeld John MelVin and daughter, Marguer. la t 6 o'clock. Helen Clark. ite. will play here next Monday evenng Walnut Row-Helen Durbin. Mervin Voile of Mr. Pulaski has Hickory Grov--*Esther Naffziger, lbeen visiting Miss Lulu Lanham and aT Junior Allem l:: ks the past few days, and have in-LIKCUS COMING !! Pleasant Hill*Imogene Charles, i tereste d themselves in the making of Tray, s Blaydes. Hazel Dell--*Donald Liesman,!a rock garden. Mrs. Veryl Rodems and son Glenn, THE MIGttTY HAAG SHOWS PRIMARY *Donnabel Thompson, *Lois Cook, *Mary Alice Thompson. and .Mrs. John Melvin spent Wednes- White Hall---*Myron Waiters, Flor dy in Springfield. ee Taylor. Mrs. Lela Doming and son Rich- ard of 3it. Pulaski are visiting Mrs. Northside--*Darrel Bell, *Helen Eowning's father, Mr. J. T. Irving Roberts, Robert Coons, Lydia Den- nison, and :'ister, Mrs. Delbert Ford. Corn|and *Doff Smith, *Gerald , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Day and daugh- , -- cr Esther Cherry, spent Tuesday in Phi:es, Ruby Key. Springfield where they visited .Irs. telligence--Paul Simon, Nelson Bert Alexander and attended the D. Beck, Tommy Glasco, Evelyn Glas- A R co. Mrs. A.J. Davis, Mrs. Harold l lerPrmrm College--Amy May Mil- Laatch and Mrs. ticary Ford motor- "  ed to Beardsto-a 'Faesday and I . L akeside--*(ee E. Johnson, Op- brought back some flowers for rock i al tern onn, uoy Lee ttih. ardens. Plainview -- Ben Chism, Alvin Dierstng. t Grussing. Fairfield---Hald Marten. Hartsburg-- George R. Morgan, *Clara Leesman, Eileen Brans, *Mar- Payne, *Lorene Bruns. Pleasant Valley (84) --*Luella Menssen, Ethel Lolling. King-- *Ralph Rademaker, *Or- ville Western, Leonard Western. Emden --*Mary Ellen Zimmer, *Elsie Eeten, *Cleo Reiners, *Darrel Hoffman. : Fairview *Earl Reiners, *Billy McCormick. Bethels*Annie Iurie Short, *John 8mallwood. Hopedale--*Earline Davis, Eugene Ritter. Cowstant--*Sarah Grass, *Eleanor *Edna Mecay, Milton Van Fossan. Maple Grove--*Catherine Harrison. fi FairlandEsther Erdman. Burt0nview -- *Franklin Rimer- nlan. GayM--*Mary Etta Hubbard. Pleasant Valley (ll9)*Raymond Lemme, *Irene Krueger, *Otto Som- mer, Glenn Duginger. HopewellHerbert Schleder, John Aper. Prairies Creek*Rueben Bartman, Cream Ridge--*Elizabeth NageL Zoar *Virginia irwin, *Edgar Coers. Note: Names marked with an as- tersk indicates that these pupils made an average romotional grade of 90 per cent or hgher in all subjects of monthly examination grade counted 50 per cent and the county final ex- amination grade of 50 per cent in de- termining the promotional grade in each subject. (]OFF FUNERAL HOME WILBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't "To Serve Hurnanitv Better" Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 i i 510 Broadway OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician Phone 1062 will give two performances in Mt. Pulaski, Wed. June 22, at the base- ball park in the north part of town. Krm-n as America's finest circus, it offers all that is new in circusdm. There are clowns galore to make you laugh. Strange animals in the roam-I moth menagerie to marvel at, thrilling i aerial acts, skilled horsemen and wo-| men, flying human butterflies and a | host of ether good things. At mon a | street parade will be given. The par-:| ade this season is a riot of color and] beauty. . [ This is the 4,th season for THE | MIGHTY HAAt/ SHOWS. They have kept track of the fact that the old in AT Pen's Rexall Dru Store A. F. LIPP INSURANCE OF KINDS THURSDAY, JUNE 16, MARNA RADFORJ) Of The Milliken Conservatory of Music PIANO INSTRUCTION INTERMEDIATE  ADVANCED For Particulars Inquire at SNYDER'S MUSIC STORE MT. PULASKI, ILL. had a s]31endid lunch served cafeteria style. The Daily Vacativn Bible School closes with this week. LINCOLN LAKES will open SATURDAY, JUNE 18 Swimming in Spring Fed Lakes Sunning on Sand Beach Experienced Life Guards...Sanitary Bath Houses Twenty-five cents Admission...Chilclren..Fifteen FISHING Boats For Rent ..... Live Bait for Sale New Diving Tower and Pier LET US GIVE YOU A Demonstration of the New V" And Improved 4 I/2 to 2 orse Power Engines Binder Twine Do Away With Hard Work $-Oilins Economical to Operate Ruff off Gasolina or KtDrosn AdjuaaSI, Sd $5 Down $5 MontMy Cash Price Sears quality and Sears/ow price combine to make our new Model J Economy Gas Engine an unusual bargain. It is sturdy, well built, dependable. CARRIED IN STOCK IN YO UR LINCOLN SEAR'S STORE unity Motor Co Sears Brings You Lowest "Net" Prices! 100-Lash Fly Net, made of heaD" waterproof 3 ply cotton cord, dyed yellow. Wide hand braided bars. $2.07 Noso guardwire mesh with bar reinforced with 6 heavy wires 529 SEARS' Pulaski PHONE 310 S6.75 per 104) Ibs. 5 or 8 lb. Balls $3.40 PER 50 LB. BALE No. i quality Standard Sisal Bin- der TwineInseet proof. Average 500 feet to the pound. Customers having orders for Twine will be supplied first. LAST CALL! GET YOUR BIN. DER TWINE NOW! Sweet Values.* For Beekeepers BEE SECTION No. I Double scalloped sections---knocked case. down in I00 Section case ...... $-.89 2,50 Section ease ...... $2.29 500 Section ease ...... $4.15 BEE HIVES Single 10 frame Hives, com- plete .............. $2.25 Single 10 Super with se. tions-.-thin super wax, 59 "ALL ST TE" &.d Companion Type &,I S" i't m'' NOW REDUCED IN PRICE! LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORY ! Finest Tires in All State History ! (A Liberal Allowance on Your Old Tires)