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S, 1941 :er-Volle age Vows Irene Wachter, daughter Frank A. Wachter became the bride of Volle, son of Mr. and A. Volle, living six of Mount Pulaski, a June 29, 1941, in of the bride's parents, ring ceremony being Rev. Loren E. Holt, the Latham Christzan of the im- Sheetz played a pre- "I Love You Truly" Refrain," by Kreisler, followed by LohengYin's Wore a powder blue Uld dress, with white acces- her shoulder corsage and rose buds. the ring that her ma- wore at her ad had given her as a The bride carried a With a white rose as Miss Lucille Wachter, the bride's only attend- Wore dusty pink, and of gladiolUs and Charles Volle, brother was best man. followed the cere- Wachter home. The on a wedding trip to ad other northern bride's going away was a Hght beige suit. properly ventilated prevent scours, LOCAL HAPPENINGS and erysipelas. If the 1 raised on concrete, a tLOGAN FORTY AND EIGHT of clean earth should be t ELECTED OFFICERS Pen to prevent ane-[ In Lincoln Monday night, June should be immun- 30, an election was held by Logan hog cholera at wean- Vulture 985, Forty and Eight, E. rE. Guill of New Holland being SPORTSMEN'S CLUB TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT The Mount Pulaski chapter o the Logan County Sportmen's club will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, July 7, in the city clerk's office. All members selling Fish Fry books siould make a report to the sec- retary, John E. Dillsa,er. Plans will be discussed for the annual Sportmen's clubs Fish Fry to be held Sunday, July 7, at Gorman's Bridge near Lincoln. -MRS. CHARLES STUART DIED IN LN'DLANA Mrs. Charles Stuart, 60, died at 11:45 a. m. Wednesday, July 2, at her home in Booneville, Indiana, according to word received in Mount Pulaski that afternoon by her brother-in-law, J. H. Stuart. She is survived by her husband, four daughters and three sons. Fu- neral services will be held in Booneville Friday afternoon MADE FLYING TRIP FROM CALIFORNLA Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert F. Hue ton of Van Nuys, Calif., where he is employed in an airplane factory, left there Sunday in a plane for Chicago. They visited in Mount Pulaski from Monday to wednes- day with his half-brother, Ab. Huston, and family. In Chicago the last three days of the week they will attend a convention of men interested in midget auto rac- es and airplanes, and Sunday will fly back to the Pacific coast. BY SAlT BASIL (330-379) .FIE Lord is [aithfu[ in all His Words. He does not lie. when he "iouh your sins be as scar- I1 mey shall be as white as snow: they be red like crimson, they i.as wool.'" He' the great Phy- 1 '' ot souls is ready to heal thy "e.: He is the prompt Deliverer. 'IIt thee alone, but of all who are ndae to sin. IE4T IERMONfi im . MINIATURE A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln, Illinois. t,- II-e e elected Chef de Gaze, succeeding W r Persons Get a former Mount Pulasklan, Her-e I  _J." schel Shrader, deputy in tire coun- 1 Durplus .,ommoQiTles ty Clerk's office in Lincoln. Dr.] A steady decrease in the num- C. M. Merriman of Mount Pulaski/ber of persons eligible for assist- was elected Commissaire Voyag- ance by the Federal Surplus Com- er. Mr. Shraler was named along l odit- administration has been with James T. Phelan of Lincoln m y ......... l evident in Logan county since the as a aelugae to the rana r'rom- b innin of the ear, it was an- enade to be held in Springfield. t eg _ g -- .Y .... ]nouncea m incom Dy Thomas J. MISS MARY KATIIERINE ' Winterbaur, county drector. Of those eligible for food dis- tribution, a smsdler number have accepted the assistance of the Lo- gan office. The decrease in assist- ance, Mr. Winterbaur sid. was due to the number of relief clients who have found steady work. A total of 1,056 persons are I eligible for the June distribution, 1 as against 1,183 for May and 1,- I 236 for April. In February 97.6% [ of the eligibles applied for fooa, [ while in Mal only 913% applied. I FOSTER MARRIED JUNE 14 Word has been received in Mount Pulaski by Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Scroggin telling of the marriage of their granddaughter, Miss Mary Katherine Foster, to Thaddeus LeRoy Scott, on Saturday, June 14, 1941, the ceremony being per- formed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foster, in portland, Oregon. The Foster family formerly re- sided in Mount Pulaski, and mov- ed to Portland several years ago. The bride has a twin sister, Miss Mary Alice Foster, and both have been teaching school. They ca, me back to Mount Pulaski two years ago on a summer's vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Scott wil reside in Perrydale, Oregon, where he will be principal of the high school the coming term. Herman Hahn, Sr., visited in Lawndale Tuesday night and Wednesday with his son, Herman. Bulk PEANUT BUTTER .... lb. 15c CAP DESSERT Pineappld CUBES No .... 21/2 23c Cap "TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. 19c MILIIUT 4 tar 250 CARNATION, fall .... 3 for 25c Junket FREEZING MIX . . 2 for 17c Cap PORK & BEANS, No. 21/2 12c Cap KIDNEY BEANS . 2 for 23c Cap CREAM CORN ....... 13c CAP PEAS 2 tor 25o in BROWN SUGAR ......... 2 I Sc POWDERED SUGAR ..... 2 17c SWANS DOWN ...... pkg. 23c Large LIMA BEANS 2 lbs. 2Sc. AMAY SOAP 3 lor 17 PALMOLIVE SOAP .... 4 for 18c FLEECY WHITE ...... 2 qts. 2Sc P & G SOAP ......... 6 for 2Sc SEALEX TISSUE 6 for 25o NORTHERN TISSUE . . 3 rolls ISc Get one of the new BABe HOLDERS ........... 25c BABO ................. 13c Baseball July 6, Decatur Grays, there. July 13, Cornland Huskens, here. July 20, Springfield Merchants, there. July 27, Middletown, here. Aug. 3, Cornland Htmkers, there. Aug. 10, Taylorville Peabody Mines, there. Aug. 17, Deland, here. Aug. 24, Open. Aug. 31, Taylorville Peabody Mines, here. Sept. 7, Decatur Staleys, here. Sept. 14, Middletown, there. Sept. 21, Open. Sept. 28, Open. How is your subscription? ATTENTION FARMERS Don't take a chance on losing your crops by fire. The cost is small. Protect your crops now. SEE E. A. DOWNING MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. PHONE 13 OR 17 Here's Food at a Saving for Your Glorious 4th . Sunkist LEMONS, 300 size, doz. 35c Sunkist ORANGES .......... 21c gRAPEFRUIT eaoh Se KeeL-AID ......... 4 pkgs. 17c REDI-AID .......... boHle 5c ORANGE or ROOT,BEER ....... I/z-gal. 18c i Iced HONEY COOKIES lb. 19c Jack Frost COCOANUT lb. 15c GIHGER SNAPS 3 lor 25e CAP ASSORTED SWEET PICKLES ........... 15c SWEET PICKLES ....... qt. 25o Purify PICNIC PLATES ..... 9c Drinking Cups with hand|es .... 9c Forks and Spoons ........... 9c TRY OUR DELICIOUS BAKED HAM FOR YOUR SAHDWICH00 Chocolate Drops ........ lb. Sc Orange Slices .......... lb. 10c Candv ......... 3 for 10c GUM ........... 3 for I Oc TRIX Colored Bubble Gum ICE COLD WATERMELON VAIL'$ PHONE 299 FOOD FREE DELIVERY MARKET MOUNT PULASKI, ILL