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FOUR THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS Newsy Portrayal of SITING MOTHER ON COOK STREET Local Mrs, Lester Brooks, Mason City, is Ts her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bressmer, East Cook street. SUNDAY GUESTS T ROMER HOME Mr. and Mrs. ltugh McKenna, Springfield were Sundy dinner g:ts with her sister, Miss Katie Jenner and brother4n-law, Jacob Ro- WEEK END GUESI AT SCHAFER HOME Week end guesta in the homes of! 3I:. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer and Mr. t and Mrs. Russell Shull, were the :rmer&apos;s daughter and family, Mr. i:d Mrs. Boyd Fry of Bloomingtom }lOVED TO BENDER O.;rTAGE MONDAY Mrs. Fern Cook moved n Monday m the N. W. Laugey proverty, Qartmr Jefferson and Scott streets, to John Bender cottage on North :|mont street. I;AUGHERY'S WILL MOVE ]4CK TO MT. PULASKI Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Iughery, son gene, who have been living in 4ffhaImig during the past school :ar, expec to move back to Mt.! ki at an early date. WOTHER GRADE PUPIL IAS TONSIL OPERATION Harry Gcddard was one <ri" a group :e school children from this 'im't:y who submitted to tonsil pera- at St. Clara's hospital during past week. TURNS HOME LFTER VISIT HERE Miss Sadie Carson left on Monday lier home in Belleflower follow- a few days visit with her con- : , Mrs. T. A. Scroggin and Mrs. resa Weidenbacher. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB T SCHAFER HOME i. Vqlter A. Schafer entertain- members of the Five Huhdred  on the occasion of their recent ular meeting. Miss Amelia Bau- Happenings NOEL IIERSHEY VIglTS PARENTS Noel Hershey of Chicago 4sited the week end with his ,parents and Mrs. J. T. Hershey. PLAYED WITH SHRINE BAND AT RUSHVILLE Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lipp were in Rush'ilfe on Sunday where he assist- ed in the concert given by the Ansar SV.rine band of Springfield. M EISTERS RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Meister and daughter, Frances, returned home on W " ednesday afternoon from a winter: ojorn at Los Angeles. ZICN IADIES' AID MEETS JUNE 30. The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion Ev. Lutheran church will meet on Thurs- day afternoon, June 30 in the base- ment of the church. Mrs. Herbert Yauch will be the hostess. VISITED AT WIBLE ttOME FIRST OF WEEK Miss Mareelta Koehnle of Lincoln, spent Sunday and Monday with Mis- ses Geraldine and Jean Wible. ATTENDED FUNERAL IN DECATUR bit. and Mrs. W. A. Drbisch and Frederick Li!p were in Decatur on Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral f Jacob Diller who had I,EFT TUESDAY Mr. Touched his eighty-first year. The widow and Mr. Drobisch are cousins. DINNER IN IIONOR OF SISTER Mrs. Flora Mitchell gave a dinner en Wednesday in honor of her sister, Mrs. Lela Vaughan of Hurst, who is a house guest in the Mitchell home. Those present at the dinner werel Mrs. Angeline Wacaser, Mrs. Hattie Washburn, Mrs. Dorcas Barlow. I VISITORS AT ROTHWELL HOME Mrs. Rena Drobisch and daughter, l Mi Kathleen, and sons, Mitchell and I Edison of Chicag0 were week end visitors in the home of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Rothwell. Miss Kathleen remained here for a longer visit. VISITS COLLEGE CLASSMATE HERE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reece and daugh- nn, Mrs. O. E. Wagner and Miss' Roth were awarded the honors. ESITING HERE NEBRASKA HOME 0 M MINNES()TA } Mrs. Clia Burger of Ligh, NED., Gah::m E(ld- and )n Ro who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ester, Minn., arrived a few days a- Emma Hagenbuch since the death of  *- --.--^ . .; w **" her *,arents the latter's husband, left on Tuesday "  " Beidler Mr F_aid- 1 morning on nor return trap She will r. and mrs. . . $, . . -- -, -+ ,, hore in their ear :makea short vmt m Lincoln with  ""' ...... "  ' Miss .......... -urned to R.hter after a short  s. atie lcentscnter Dezore resum- it. n neE ourney. VISITORS AT LEEF HOME Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leef and Mr. and Mrs. Emit Landolt of Alhambra were week end visitors in the home of the former's son, R. and I. Leef and family, South Spring street. GUESTS AT :" PENNIMAN IIOME Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrsit Frank Penniman for the past few[ days were her brother Roy Naegle, I her sisters, Mrs. Lottie Pratt, Mrs. i Margaret Mills and daughter, Miss I Margaret, all of Chicago. Her father, t THURSDAY, JUNE MRS. GEO. LITTERLY 1  I1,; fJ(T Eminince--T. O. Niewold, J. ,N SE00IO00S COND,TION es watt, 00orge 00eorgo 00itterly who ! ly App I. Elkhart No. I--E. E. Dean, ed tc' a major oDeration in St. Clara's New ointe larry, Frank Buttell. bspital in Lincoln on Monday is re-',  Elkhart No. 2--Delbert FortL poed in a serious condition. New Method of Appointing NEVER-GROW-OLDS 1 Judges Was Followed TO BE ENTERTAINED ) This Year Mrs. Ida Lucas, living three miles' south of the city will entertain mem- bers vf the Never-Grow-Olds on Fri- A new method of choosing the jud- Geo. Hoepfner, Frank Klemm. day afternoon June 24. I ges of elections was put into use at West Lincoln No. 3--Albert VISITORS AT t the supervisors meeting last week, all rens, Matt Stoll, D. T. Clark. judges being selected by caucus in-: West Lincoln No. 4---Frardc SCHAFFENACKER HOME t stead f each supervisor making his Harry Sank, J. O. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Stoll and faro- own appointments.  Orvl No. I--A. D. Short, ily of near Lincoln were Tuesday via- Under this new plan it was neces- Haltmarm, S. C. Carnahaxn. itors in the home of her mother, Mrs. sary for the republicans and the OrTil No. 2--Wm. West, F. G. Schaffenacker. democrats to hold separate caucuses. ! Swartz, Ray Minch. The republicans by virtue of a pre- dominance of members on the board Cirland, C. F. Lanham. Badwelt--E. R. Warriek, ! Lauer, Jr., L. S. Ramsay. West Lincoln No. 1---John rich, Ralph Shay, Harry West Lincoln No. 2--Edw. Hurlbut--F red Lanterman, enee Van Meter, Win. Benner. Corwin--W. C. Cline, O. L. Abe Fulseher. Sheridan--Floyd Wendell, W. White, Rola Crnmpler. Prairie Creek-- Logan Geo. Falkin, Henry Rademak. chose 55 of lhe 90 judges. The re- suits were practically the same but a bit of the so-called red tape of law and order was followed. Lake Fork---J. D. Gasaway, O. T. Buckles, Dee Bot. Laemm---J. W. Cowan, Chris Sued- meier, Stewart Reeves. OLTMAN IS ELECTED Aetna--C. M. Colburn, A. L. V F W CHIEF OF Splain, Louis Rentschler. " " "" Oran--Lewis Burwell, O B Atte- W ......... -- .... " " alrer Ulman formerly oI ch .o,o Wad S" l" coln of st. named chief ,-_ ,-. f--, % , te la Veterans of Foreign Wars, "- - . . " _ eparment, at the state co Atlanr, a o. 2---C. A. Dreher, Joe held in Sterling last wek tR VISIT [dr. and Mrs. W. A. Schafer motor- ed to Marshall on Sunday bo visit th her sister Mrs. id Brady ami :mfly. On. Monday they went to .ian;lis t meet their niece, Lois ffrnan who will return with thaa I d the summer. H CENTURY MEETING Miss Anna Schafer, Belmont St., I as hostess at e recent meetipg of I Twentieth Century club. Four t bles of 500 were in play at which. e honors ,#ere won by Mrs. C. G. ughes, Mrs. George Rupp and Mrs. &. F. Lip. Mrs. Lipp will be the xt club hostess. AVE DINNER IN HONOR OF MOTHER Mr. ansi Mrs. Charles Clark gave a 4inner on Sunday in their home in Decatur, honoring her mother, Mrs. John Zah of Mr. Pulaski, on the occa- sion of her birthday anniversary. Oth- present were John Zah, Mr. and s. L. F. Myers and son Morro, Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allison : nd daughter, Betty Lou, Latham and rs. Francis Loche and sons, Charles u Weiler of Rloomington. I tr, Miss Virginia Lee ON CANADA TRIP Mr. and 'Mrs. C. E. Glose an were Sunday visitors in the home of i Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Connelly. Misa i daughters and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Reece and Miss Dorothy Connelly were WIBLE FAMILIES Wagner and sons left on Tuesday l classmates at William Woods College NOW RESIDENTS morning for a motor trip that will; :his past school year. Population increased with arrival I! 'ake them to pints in anada, of .Mr and ,Mrs. Harry- J Wible and FINISHES SCHOOL / ." . " ] 'rTNDED SCtIEID \\; two oau ht " " YEAR AT WUSAU f g ors, Geraldine and Jean l FUNERAL MONDAY k\\; " rcm Lincoln, and Mr and Mrs Don-] Miss Lorena Vetter who finished her a l ....... " " ' :rs. E G. Phinney and aughter, " ".. vmle Irom ShelbySJte, lnd, all]  n;t ver to-:thing at Wausau, Wis.,  . . , 'iss Barbara, were in Linciln on " r wncm have taken u their res| t.ried home on quedav afternoon ..... P "'[ 5!,ndv o attend the funeral of " , ence m the Meister home on South for the summer vacation. She was ac- M " - I \\;w rmn. and wlll be connected with Ceorge Scheid, who was well k n ccmpanied by Dr. Edner Beebe whThe Times. many residents of Mt. Pulaski. v:.P. rmr:n lor a few day'6 Yisi t. " Miss Vetter will return to Wausau t MONDAYPRINGFIELDAFTERNooNVISITORS the fall to resume her teaching du-! LAKE FORK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooker, Miss Regina Schahl and Miss Etta LITTLE JOAN ROMER I Upp were in Springfield on Monday CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY  Mr. and Mrs. Art Baumgardt and . __I daughter Dorothy visited in Assump to visit t the home of Charles A birthday party was held at tle ti  " " I on unuay with his parents Schuck. home of little Mis Joan omer ........ - uu t'mmps delivered a load of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman I co ..... rn a zne e armers elevator Thurs VISITED AT Romer, in honor of her fourth birth-i d - ROMER HOME av. , day, Saturday. 18 guests were pro- ;. Mrs. Thomas Davis of Lincoln - sent to help her celebrate which they a_)rs: Rachel 51anley and son Dean uu :urs arah Stratton and son ited her daughter, Mrs. Roman Ro- did in a royal fashion. Games were W " "" . ! ayne were caners at the home of mer and family Tuesday afternoon, played and best of all, refreshmenusl M-s .......... " . ..... . rs. rre D_las and Mrs Ada Gaves She was accompanied by her daugh-of ice cream ann eae mane the az-, ter Virginia, and Mrs. William Wil- ternoon a very happy one. Each of :mar llliopolis Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Shrader and son. the guests brought a gift for Joan.  family, visited Sunday. with her par- i SANS SOUCI CLUB eats. Mrs. H. S. Coats was a shoDper in L!neoln Monday. The residence of C.L. Coats caught fire here Monday and did tu!te a lot of damage to *the proper- Fred Fulton who has been sick was taken yesterday to the hosnital in Linc:,ln. Homer Torbex of Springfield is vis- iting his father M. F. Torbex and bother Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt motored Mt. Pulaski No. 1--Harry Doxm- limE. Chas. Kemmer, K. M. Anderson. t Mt. Pulaski No. 2--Geo. Meister, RETURNS TO , i AT COUNTRY CLUB i The last regular meeting of the I Sans uci club was held in the home i of M. Claude Litterly living south- west ef the city. Mrs. H. H. Buck-', lea in the home of Mrs. Claude lAt- terly, living trthwest of the city. Mrs. H. H. Buckles and Mrs. E. T. Goddard were the honor winners at RETURN TO HOMES Five Hundred. The next club meet- FOLLOWING FUNERAL 'ing will be held in the home of Mrs. Uriah Tendick. of St. Louis, Ernest Naegle is spending the sum- mer at the Permiman home. I K:ng, Carrie Wilmert. Marquardt of Chicago was c: mmander. Dznville was selected as the Roman Romer, Harry Martin. of the 1933 convention. Mt. Pulaski No. 3--Vernon Ride- w.ay, Earl Potter, Harold Stultz. Better Times are Here Chester-- E. E. French, A. J. French, Edw. Weiber East Lincoln No. 1--F. J. Arm- b_st, C. W. Routson, Geo. Slob. East Lincoln No. 2--John Tal- mage, Hardd Fay, Jas. Allison. East Lincoln No. 3--S. L. Nutty, With Novocain Block Frank Myer, A. J. Be, rryhiJl. Faa Lincoln No. 4--T. C. Green, J. B. Myers, Win. Bro,m. East Lincoln No. 5-- Walter Brown, J. A. Leininger, Frank Mur- ray. East Lincoln No. 6--M. D. Rich- ardson, W. W. Miller and Walter Dobson. Buy your Milk of Magnesia AT Pen's Rexa]l Bldg. ,,,, | Mrs. Louise Moser, who was called here ause of the death of her brother, L W. Obermiller, left on Saturday evening for her home in Lafayette, Ind. She visited Sunday in Decatur with her niece, Mrs. Oscar E. W<;leot Other members of the Oberrniller family who were here to attend the fural of the father and have returned home are Mr. and Mrs. George Croll, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oanningham and daugh teE Julia, Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wv[cott and family, Decatur. AFTERNOON CLUB AT O'CONNOR HOME Mrs. Al. O'Connor, North Marion street entertained members and guests of the Afternoon club on Tues- day, when the following were the honor winners at 500: Mrs. J. T. Hershey, Mrs. Chas Schmitz and Mrs. to Peoria and Bloomington Sunday FtLSTER'S LEAVE ON and while at the latter called on her EXTENSIVE TRIP :dster, Mrs Cloe Jenner. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koehler were daughter, Virginia, left early Friy shoppers in Lincoln Saturday evening. morning for a rnor trip to Kanke- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wines and kee, Detroit and Cleveland. At the former city they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jacks. Mrs. Jacks before her marrisge was Miss Scog- gin, a teacher in the Mt. Pulaski grade scFol. At Detroit they wil vis- it with Miss Lorena MeKinney's bro- ther and at Cleveland, they will visit their uncle John Tomlinson and family. Henry lancan, who conducted the Turner Barber shop for a time this summer, will be a helper at Shrado er's Shop cormmencing Saturday. Chris Weller. N.A. Baddi0000, M.D. Members of the club are planning It2 _._ Illinois to accept the invitation of Mrs. Ira llnCoIil Veail to visit her on Tuesday June 28 gye hr, Nose and t at their cottage in Chautauqua park at Havana. The Veails who expect to Glasses Fitted, remain at Havana .for a few days, have as guests, Mr' and Mrs. Allen i Broken Lens Duplicated Cain of Peru., Ind. Office Over a,'$ Cng Store Mrs. George Harden spent Sunday at the home of the latter's daughter Mrs. Glenn Gill, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilham and children srnt Sunday with her sister Mrs. Orvil Donavan. Windell Piatt of Chicago spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waller and chil- dren and Mrs. Bessie Duncan o De- catur visibl here Sunday with the latter's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coats. The Lake Fork Baseball team suf- fered its first defeat of the season at the hands of the Mestler Bottlers of Riverton by a score of 5 to 1. } I Dru Store :'-'---- |/----'P#, I N LESS ii EXTRACTION |1 With Novocain Bloc I| Guaranteed Dental _Se] [[| at Prices in Keeping with I[ Times. Ii PLATES (1001 Ill As -ow As .... . I| Other Vulcanite den II $17.50, $20, $25Heeolite Ii Extraction free with 1 plates. ] Silver Fillings ....... lt Porcelain Fillings .... [ii Grigbsy Dent I! 2o4-205 Bachrach [ Decatur Phone Your Hair Dressing Problems Can all be here to ,our entire With abbreviated summer hats that make the hair about the ears and neck so noticeable, you'll want to be particu- larly sure of your coiffure. Let us as- sist ! ARCADE BEAUTY Lincoln, Hlinois IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US If you are interested in " USE[) CARS NOTICE TO pUBLIC o001.; LUTZ PURCHASE SALE 1930 NOW" GOING ON!! 1930 Chev. Coach, good paint . 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