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PAGE TWO TffE MOUNT PULRS TIMES. HEWIL MOUNT  ltOlS TffURSDAT, MOUNT PULASKI TIME.NEWS Mount PulgskL Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postofflce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. %VIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months ........................ 75c Six Months ............................. $1-25 One Year ................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS , !y', ? i I! , , While Dr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Wait, of Streator, were on their vacation last week to Interna- tional Falls, Minn., their child- ren, Charles and Janet, visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait of Mount Pu- laski. The grandparents took the children home Tuesday and re- mained for a short visit. Miss Barbara Phinney visited in Springfield Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Anna Hutchinson. Take it easy on the 4th-of-July and be alive on the 5th. Mrs. John Tetrauskas and dau- ghter Carol; Mrs. Clyde Munyon and sons, Donald and Leslie, of Chicago; and Mrs. Harriett Neu- man and daughter Gayle of l Dearborn, Mich., visited the week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester McAfee, west of Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Rebecca Arning, a form- er resident, who has resided in Coffeyville, Kas. for a number of years, is now visiting in con- way, Ark. with her son, George. The Illinois Bankers' Ass'n. went out of the state to hold its 60th Annual Convention, meet- ing in St. Louis, Me., from Sune 12 to 15. Those attending from this city were: George A. Volle and Ben W. Ely. Ed Culp, Lath- am, also attended. Miss Jo Ann Harvey, nurse in St. Joseph's hospital, Blooming- ton, visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hat. vey, and family. Miss Grace Clifton and Mrs. Delbert Bobell went to Williams- ville Wednesday, June 13, and attended the funeral of the former's cousin, Mrs. Uldena Meyer. The driver who doesn't mind being passed, will still be Pres- ent when passers are Past. Mrs. C. R. Gilchrist of Lincoln m t spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Jimmy Hubbard returned from Chicago Tuesday following a 10 days visit in Wilmette with his aunt, Mrs. John O'Connor. ! Mr and Mrs. C. A. Harvey and !family visited in Easton Sun- day with his mother, Mrs. Harry Harvey. In the Norman Daniel Studio ad on June 7th, appeared a pic- ture of a little girl, asking the parents to bring her to the studio on account of a Father's Day gift. The picture was of Marian Mae Stoll, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll, of Chestnut. Mrs. George E. Suedmeier and daughter Mrs. Roy Gasaway and Mrs. R. C. Beidler, visited in Lincoln Saturday with the form- er's sister, Mrs. Eva Prunty. Miss Eldrid Kemmer, register- ed nurse, employed in the hospital at Fort Benjamin Liar- risen near Indianapolis, Ind., after a short visit in Mount Pu. laski with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kemmer, continued her auto journey to Grand Junc- tion, Colo. She has been trans- ferred to the Veteran's hospital in that city. Miss Kemmer was accompanied to Colorado by her mother and Mrs. Walter Warren and daughter Pansy, the latter two visiting relatives in Denver. Mrs. Kemmer and Mrs. Warren returned home by train, arriving last Thursday evening, June 14. Pansy Warren remained in Den- ver for a longer visit. Miss Jeanne Lee Hanson of Cleveland, O.. arrived Saturday to visit with her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Gee. S. Connelly. Mrs. Julia Wiesehan and dau- ghter Miss Marion, of Peoria, vis- ited here Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Stahl. Stop, look and LESSEN grade crossing accidents. Heed the warning signs. Alva Brown, formerly employ- ed at the Chestnut Hatchery, be. gan new duties Monday at the Smith Implement Co. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fry of Springfield were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. John T. Hershey and sister, Miss Minnie were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, and family, of Chestnut, on Sunday. George $. Smith was in Chi- cago Friday and Saturday, go- Friendly Council And Advice Are always yours for the asking. We endeavor to serve you as we would be served. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Phone 235 ling to see his daughter.in-law, Mrs. Julian Smith of Chesterton, Ind. Mrs. Smith underwent a major operation in a Chicago hospital recently. Mrs. Keith Tomlinson, Spring- field, visited in the city Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hutter. Her daughter, Miss Marion, is making a vacation visit here with her grandparent Mr. and Mrs. Walter McVey and children of Mason City vis- ited several days with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen MeVey. Walter is section foreman for the I.C.R.R. at Mason City and is taking a two week's vacation. Mrs. Stella Bozarth of Elwood, Nebr., and Mrs Edward Gleas. on of Lirfooln, visited Saturday with the former's aunt, Mr R. T. Harper. Mrs. Tena Wood of Springfield visited in the old home town Fri- day to Sunday with her niece, Miss Katie Keil. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Suedmeier and daughter Connie Lee, of Lin- coln, were Father's Day guests of his parents, Mr. and Mr& George E. Suedmeier. Mrs. Harlan Shockey and Miss Grace Holcornb of Elkhart, visit- ed here Saturday evening with Mrs. R. C. Beidler. THEATRE Mourn Pulaski FRIDAY AND SATU]AY, June ' and "Rookie Fireman" with Bill Williams, Barton Mae Lane, MarJorie Reynolds -- PLUS -- "When Your Smiling' with Frankie Laine, Lola Albright, Jerome Cowan AND CARTOON i j SUNDAY. MONDAY June 24 and 25 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. 'The Lemon Drop Kid' with Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell, Lloyd Nolan SELECTED SHORTS WEDNESDAY . THURSDAY June 2"7 and 28 Las2 of the Buccaneers Vq The wrinkles on a crocodile Make him very much in style. But wrinkles in the clothes you wear Don't look very debonair. When wrinkles are your problem, too Here's the smartest thing to do PHONE 227 CLOSED JULY 3 to JULY 16 Mount Pulaski OPEN YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE FOR REAL CONVENIENCE Paul Henreid, Jack Oakie arid The First National Karin Booth SHOAT SUnJECTS ADDED MO4N JMm....AS LUNO5 BURNS MID-TOWN I ]P]hmmo 167 ON ROUTE 36 West W naaOPOLS. ' AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES a SX, RVlCE A NEW MECHANIC JOINS OUR STAFF "R"++CP ...............  m'==.+.. 3+,+ilkl _ .... .+.._:+ .... ..llL-:('r: ILHOPOLIS, ILL. Phone 167 WEST EDGE OF TOWN . ON ROUTE 36 "Service Home For Your Chevrolet" Ouality Work- First - To Last We have Equipment - Genuine Chevrolet Parts - Trained Mechanics Come out to get prompt efficient service New Cars . New Trucks ..... Used Cars. Used Trucks Paris -- Service -- Aocemories