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........ ii! '!ii! / ; :i   :C  26, 1941  MOUNT pULASIKI "ggM]gNW OUlqT ]P I]LL, INO[8 ]PAOI$ 'rlHlRlBJg . , L supper guests Tuesday. evening at A nclrew Eptin_g, s .......... , NINGS I I ! LUTHERAN 8UI'q'DAY the Sunday School entertained a gr p "" " 9:15 a. m., the preach- Wert, Ohio, following a visit of al- at 10 a. m. Sunday, at a chicken dinner and supper in last Friday and visited relatives, Mehrholz " most two weeks here with her sis- 1 Zion Lutheran church lnor of her sister, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hutchins0: ters, Mrs. Walter A. Schafer and c harg, of Dale,Griffin, t Hoffman of Van Wert, Ohio, and Mrs. Roger Benedict and ba y n, Student in Concor- in celebration of the 12th wedding daughter Bonnie Ann left Sunaay arty, Springfield. Mr. t anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. El- for their home in Middletown, u., a nephew of Mr and mer W'addell, formerly of Mount after a week's visit wth her. par ..... hridt, who live four Pulaski, but who ha'e been resld- ents Alderman and Mrs. Rmaloo east of :Mount Pulaski. ing in Decatur for a number of lBertoni" Mr. Benedict came here ICY'J3 HELD years. MunteWrnad deU was Miss lt O take them back home. iNq E . Frances G t " " Mrs R H Eberhardt of  SUNDAY ........ ffman Mr and! Mr. ann . - M ,_ . , , Deslaes mrs. no ' ' !- - ..... ests tlae weegeno --. aries Braay ox Mrs Waddell and daughter Doro-|lgecatur, were ;u Miss Anna Roth, and brother, Fred J. Roth. relatives and thy, the others present were Mr. I of her mother, Mrs. Famnie Schaf- a.n] Mrs. Walter A. Sclafer, Miss lfenacker, on North Washington SUnday with an all and picnic dinner at Peerk or Salt creek. Were Mr. and Mrs. and family of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- daughter, of New Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Minnie and Kenneth Unland o Viclnity; Miss Katherine f Mount Pulaski' Har- of Marine; Miss Doris lloorningn. ON IARS 1115, S. College conductor on Central streamliner for the last three his 50-year service gold leaf pass this 26, with 37 other the entire I11inois at a banquet and at the Stevens hotel observed his 75th anniversary Nov. 22 ha been in excellent far and is very act- lived in Springfield for and before that resided and Gilman. He start- for the railroad in at Clinton, gradu- his way to the pres- as conductor on the Mr. Lordan is to many Mount Pulas- FUNERAL IN TU]DAY Wyneken, widow Co C. Wyneken of the neordia faculty, died at the home of her Louise Kossman. Years old, and was Germany, Jan. aervices were held in memorial home In at 2 p.m. Tuesday, and 1 Oak Park cemetery. attending the fu- and Mrs. August daughter Miss Ruth vicinity; Mr. Hahn of Olney: Fred Wyneken, dau- and Miss Emma Wayne, Ind. The Wayne folks were Anna Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 3. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gun- i tern, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gulso, Mrs. Mary Langenbahn, Seorgc Render. Z00NA_00A Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Milner of Decatur, were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbacher. Gustavus B. Stuart visited i Chicago last Thursday, Friday and Saturday with Robert S. Aitchi- son. He will leave Friday for Woodstock, in McHenry county, to answer his draft call, as he is listed from that county on c- count of teaching in the high school at Marengo. Warren Manley and niece, Miss Norma Kouts, of Van Weft, OhiO, arrived in Lake Fork last ThurS- day for  week's visit at the home of Mr. and MrS. C. F. Munyon, and also call on friends of his boy- hood days. Mr. Manley has also been in Mount Pulaski to see many of his old acquaint2mces. John Vetter departed saturday on a bus trip to Olathe, Kansas, to make an extended visit with his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Edmur Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. George McLean of Moline, arrived in Mount pulaski Tuesday morning and getting hiS aunt, Mrs. James T. Ryan, went on to Olney to visit numerous rel- atives for several days. Mrs. Earl W. Beebe, who lives near Boston, M as-, and is visiting here with her mother, Mrs. sarah Lachenmyer, went to St. Louis, Mo., last Ttmrsday evening and remained until Sunday "as a guest of friends. street. Taking a vacation from hiS du- ties as mail carrier on rural route three, Chauncey E. Glose. accom- panied by his wife and daughter, Dorothy Wanda, left Saturday on an auto trip to New Orleans, La.. Mobile, Ala.. and other points of interest in the southland During Mr. Glose's absence Shelby E. Curtis is looking after the rural service. Circle A. of the Women's So- ciety of Christian Service will meet at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, July 3, at the home of Mrs. Fred A. Bressmer on North Marion street. the assisting hostesses to be Mrs. susan Upp, Mrs. Harvey F. Gor- don and Mrs. George E. suedmeier. Dean Foster, mail carrier "on rural route two, is tking a vaca- tion, and Paul Tendick ks substitut ing for him. Mr. and Mrs. Foster went to Chicago last Thursday and visited until Sunday with her !sister, Mrs. Henry Hornbeck, and family. They were accompanied home by their daughter Miss Vir- ginia, and Miss Eilene Stopher, who were guests in the Hornbeck me for a week. Edward McVey is assisting Sat- It COsts No More To have your clothes MADE TO ORDER AT CLEAR'S International Tailoring Co Agency e e..en SUpply your I GAS STOVE %POund or 25 pound Vlinderz of SKELGAS Pulaski Store Turlev MIDWEST ICE CREAM 2So - quart - Sic Sandwiches Wonder Bars Big Nicks. Dixies Fudqe N ewleds Strawberry Ice Cream Cake Roll 25c Slice 5c Brown's Service Co. The Neighborhood Club met on Tuedsay afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cecil Buckles southwest or city. Five Hundred was played, the prizes going to Mrs. Lon Dav- is; Mrs. Harvey Robinson, Mrs. Harold Tendick and Mrs. Wilbur Voyles. The Standard Oil gas station o'! the east side of square, operated by Dan J. Fuhrer, is being newly painte& Mrs. Edward Holmes was a vis- itor in Lincoln Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McElroy and son, of Waterloo, Iowa, were gucsts Monday of her sister, Mrs. Housewives Are your home appliances in tip-fop shape? if nof, be sure to call us for a check-up. We repair all kinds of appll- ances. Reasonable and Ec;enf Service ML Pulaski Appliance Store Mount Pulaski, III. - Phone 187 ii || FOR THAT PICNIC LUNCH LET EY'S SOLVE THAT HOT-WEATHER PROBLEM i COOKIES of all kinds ..... doz. 15c PIES 10c'20c BUNS ..... doz. 12c ROLLS  doz. 18c-20c SNOWBALLS .... doz. 30c EY'S SLICED BREAD MAKES IDEAL SANDWICHES We wrap Pafries in attracfve, packaqes fo send to the ' Boys  in camp. EY'S BAKERY PAUL R..MOORE Says: "Tastes in smoking differ, I know, but they tell me Marvels are the biggest-sell- ing cigarettes in their class. That means an awful lot oS folks like Marvels' qual- ity, and l'm one of them, believe me." S RY Marvels.Ask yourself if you ever smoked Ta better cigarette at any price. Marvels are mild, really mild. Marvels are smooth. But with all their mildness and smoothness, they have a rich, round, satisfying taste that reaches deep down to let you know you're smoking and make you glad you are! $E31IANO BROTHERS, plliI[,ADIILIFIIlA PA. FUNERAL HOME 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 t "i(