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RETURN FROM CHICAGO VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Cass return- ed home Saturday following a visit cf several days in Chicago. LINCOI,N VISITORS HERE THURSDAY Mr. ad Mrs. Herman Schmitgen . LLncln, were business visitors bee las-t Thursday. CALLED TO FAIRFIELD &apos;- BY SICKNESS Miss Alta Morris was called to Fair- fie?d late last wk ause of the ser- i:zTs illness oi" her grandmother. AENDED SEWING CLUB IN LINCOLN Mrs. Art Woodrum and Miss Neva Woodrum attended the meeting of : their wing club in Lincoln at the hme of Mrs. John Laufler one day last week. Newsy Portrayal of Local Happenings HERE FROM DETROIT FOR THE SUMMER Virginia and Joyce Koehnle of De- troit, came Friday and will remain during the summer with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman hn. VISITING HERE THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY JULY 14, SON IS EXPECTED VISITING FATHER i The W. C. T. U., will meet on Tues-  Mrs. P. D. Ely, is visiting her ! i day in the countr T home of Mrs. Geo. ther Mrs. T. W. Moore. FROM NEW YORK ON VACATION O. A. Vonderlieth is expecting his Miss Pearl Snyder who has been ' Suedmeier, living west of town I s:n Walter and family from New located at Waukegan for many years, Mrs. Joanna Myers is critically! York to arrive the latter part of the is h for a three weeks week for a visit. FROM OHIO DCRCAS GUILD Mr. and MrS. ttarry England and AT HAHN HOME son, Jack of Columbus, Ohio, are vis- " Over twenty members of the Dor- in the home of her uncle and aunt cas Guild and a few out of totem Mr. and M. Gustave Drobisch. Miss Viola Drob]sch, who had been visit-,guests were present at the senti- ins relatives in Columb returned monthly meeting held on Tuesday h:me with them. evening in the home of Miss Lola ttahn, East Cook street. ]'he usual A. V. S. S. CLASS ousiness meetiflg at which routine AT WYND HOME matters were disposed of was follow- MUGAMS CLUB AT GRUBER HOME Mrs. H. C. Gruber, East Morgan street was hostess to memrs of the MuGams club a.t their last rgular meeting. The diversion was 500 at which the hnors were awarded to Auction Bridge club on Vfednesday Mrs. Ruth Long and Mrs. Elmer ! afternoon. Mrs. Everette Rothwetl Meister. iMrs. Levi Jacob and Mrs. George Underhill were awarded the honors. VISITORS HERE FROM CHICAGO Misses Harriette -and Dorothy Dietrich of Lockpcrt and Miss Anna Dietrich of Chicago, were week end visitors in the home of Mrs. Lydia Hagel who is an aunt of the Misses Harriette and Dorothy. Mrs. Hagel accmTanied them home for a two week's visit. vacation Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Diltsaver and at the home of her son, L. F. with her father, Charles Snyder and Mrs. E. C. Nolan visited the cheese l sister Mrs. Robert Tribbett.  factory at Illiopolis. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Newburn Champaign visited their AUCTION BRII)GE Joyce Ann, the little three year old Mrs. Geo. Volle and family. CL[B MEETS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Theodore Zimmerman, North Tomlinson, is under the doctor's care Mrs. Celia Voile invited the i Vine street entertained members of the at this writing.  her's Class of the M. E. ChurCh her home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holst of De- catur lefts last Saturday for Wiscon- Mrs. Everly of York, Neb., sin n a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. son from Springfield, were Hoist were former residents of this visitors at the home of Mr. and city. Fred Spinier. The A. V. Sunday School class of ed with cards. Five tables of Rook tte Methodist church met on Tues-ed with oals. Five tables of Rook CLUB AT day evening July 12 in the home of were in play the honors going to Mrs. It. V. Wynd, South Washington Mrs. Frank Talmage and Mrs. T. P. FUHRER HOME street. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Waddell. The next meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer, North R. D. Aitchie<m, Miss Nellie Vandev-Guild wilt be held in the home of Vine street were hosts on Wednes- GUESTS AT under and Mrs. Charles hroth. Mrs. Elmer Meister, North Vine St. day evening to their club when 500 was the diversin. The honors of the $CHAFFENACKER HOME t RETURNED TO l). W. CLUB evening were awarded to Miss Flor= Mr, nd Mrs. Vincent St)ll and ram- : HANNIBAl, ttOME AT COUNTRY HOME '; ence Lachenmyer and Ben Ely. fly living near Lincoln, were Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider and Members of the D. V. Club held a day guests in the home of Mr. and iMrs. Charles Wilson, Hannibal, Mo., delightful meeting on Wednesday in returned to their home on Friday fol- the home of Mrs. L. L. Downing, liv- l)wing a visit of several days with ins northwest of the city near Salt i their mother, Mrs. Matilda Weiden- Crek. The roll call was responded to /acher, sisters, Mrs. Anna Cryan, by nearly every club member and the !rs. Minnie Rogers and brother L. c ntests were won by Miss Ruth Sni- F. Weidenbacher and family. r, Miss Bernice Brooker and Mrs. F'<TERTAINEI) AT CCUNTRY HOME Mi. and Mrs. Oscar J. Rickords ntertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Van Shepler of Lin- coln, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Read of Broadwell, Mr. and Mrs. Art Wood- rum of Mt. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby French, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Miss Marguerite Humphreys and Virgil Merighn. MT. PULASKI GRADUATES DOING FINE WORK Miss Pauline Rothwell pssed the week end in Peoria with her sisters, Miss Mary Lucile and Miss Grace. Miss Mary Lucile has taught physical Mrs. F. G. Schaffenacker, South Gar- den street SPENT SUNDAY CANTON Mr..and Mrs. T. A. Scroggin were fn Canton n Sunday, where they pent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Heald. Mrs. Heald is the mother of Baxter Foster, who is a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Scroggin. VISITING HERE FROM CHICAGO frs. Rudolph Eberhardt and daugh- ter Eileen, Chicago, are visiting in the bon'm of her mother, Mrs. Fannie Schaffenacker, North Washington ,truer and east of the city with her sister, Mrs. Fred Awe. SUNDAY GUESTS FROM SPRINGFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Edwards mad o sons of Springfield were Sunday guests, east vf the city with their neJoe, Mrs. Iroy Buckles and faro- education in the Peoria Y. W. C. A., fly. Another neice, Miss Lois Cope-for the .ast two years and has been ]and, accanied them home for are_employed for her third year, and visit of several days. Miss Grace is acting as counselor at MOVE PREPARATORY a three week's session of a Peoria three are TO REMODELING [ Girl Scout camp. All sisters Mr. and Mrs. Edward Niekren, I geaduates of the Mt. Pulki Town- who have been living in the proper- i ship High School ty recently purchased by Fred Mayer,/DINNER GUESTS AT Jr., from the Landis estate, have nv- 1 BERTSCHE HOME ed to the Mrs. Emma Vandevendm" Dinner guests in the country tottae on North pring street. Mr. lof Mr. and Mrs. John Bertael on y ll remodce! the dwelling bo-t Friday we Rev. and Mrs. W. N. fore ing possession. King and Mrs. Mary Lucas. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. King Mrs. J. H. Damarin. The regular club meet- ins will be held in the home of Mrs. Albet Horn. six miles west of t,he city on the Mt. Pulaski-Elkhart road. GOOD WILL SOCIETY AT MILLER HOME Mrs. William Miller, living on the Logan-Macon county line, 8 miles east of the city, was hostess on Wednes- day afternoon to members of the Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church and several guests. Followinga business meeting, tables were placed for 500 at which the hon- ors were divided between Mrs. Fr-fl Buehler and Mrs. Roman Romer. The consolation prize was awarded to Mrs. Theresa Weidenbacher. AITCHISON'S BACK FROM PLEASANT TRIP Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Aitchison and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schaffermcker will entertain the club members at the August meeting. SAN SOUCI CLUB AT BUCKLES HOME Mrs. Cecil Buckles, lifing south of San Souci club on Wednesday after- noon. The diversion was 500 at which the city entertained members of the the honors were wen by Mrs. E. T. Goddard and Mrs. Uriah Tendick. Plans are being made to have an outing on the day of the next regu- lar meeting. This will be an all day meeting on the banks of Salt Creek and Mrs. Russel Ross will be the hostess. The death rate in Lincoln for June triled the birth rate. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Batton, Auburn, were week end visitors in the home of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber, East Cook street. Elias Buckles, wife and two chil- dren of Waterloo, la., are guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mra. Harry Buckles. son Robert, returned home Saturday ...... from a motor trip to N1tuvoo, Carth- age nd Ft. Modish, Iowa, wh-'e BUY YOUR they visited former neighbors. At MILK OF MAGNESIA Nauvco they called on Aug. Bigger AT and family; at Carthage with Mrs. Henry Rams and at Ft. Madison with Pen's Rexall Drug Store Mrs, Mittie Hbbard. YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE NEEDED THE COMING THR00 MONTHS If I am to become eligible to win one of the prizes offered by the Kroger Company to the Managers show- ins the largest percentage of increase in sales during the next three months, I will need the patronage of old as -well as new customers, which I will greatly appreci- ate. MANY UNUSUAL BARGAINS WILL BE OFFER- ED DURING THIS PERIOD. CONTINUE AGENCY F. M. Earp, special agent of the Glens Falls Insurance Co., of New York, was a ret business visitor hhe home of M. Julia A. Ober- miller. M. Obermitler has taken ov- er the insurance business conducted byer huand the late F. W. Ober- miller. Mary Lueas, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. V Hook and family visited places of interest iin Decatur, including se- veral of the parks and witnessed the Harry Fountain display in Central park in the evening. Brainerd Park rov has a population of 32 families who will remain during the summer months. L. H. KRUGER TUBES TESTED Snyder's Music Store Phone 310 Mt. Pulaski, III. "RADIO HEADQUARTERS': ......................... G00D NEWS!! IIIII I I I / / I III1 ISc 19c 25 $1.05 KEILGs OR I'OSY TOASTIES I Oc Corn Flakes 2 '' |3c Fl(gs TALL PINK SALMON S-.2 WONDNlffY OLEO $ L |6C PUgE CANE SUGAR 48 $1.29 SACK MAC It:ONI OB Spaghetti 33 AVONDALE FLOU00 45 COUNTBY CLUB CATSUP "'" Betlle FANCY BLUE ROSE RICE 4 L PET  CARNATION MILK 4 " ,igs 37c I I I NEW PRICES ON FOODS CHICKEN DINNER ............ 3e ROAST PORK or BEEF 35c Ham & Eggs (including beverage) 35c STEAK and POTATOES ........ 30c BACON & EGGS ............... 30c PIE ........... 5c SANDWICHES (all kinds) __5c & 10c THRESHING DINNERS ....... 35c Qmality Highest -- Prices Iwest West Side Heat Harket All our Meats are Home Killed BEEF--PORK--V EA II.A M B Don't forget, threshing dinners come bu once a year.don't <poll it by poor meats. FRESH SPARE RIBS ..................................... 6 NATIVE BEEF ROAST .............................. 12 1-2 "tOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE ........................ 10 CHOICE LEAN BOILING BEEF ........................ 10 FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS Get Our Special Prices on Threshing Meats Threshing Orders left the night before will be delivered early the next morning. Buy Your Meats and Meet Your Friends at UNDERHILL'S Midwest Ice Cream PRICES REDUCED PINTS 15c QUARTS 30c Larger Quantity In Proportion Same uallty-lLwer lflcs Give Ua m 'llqal C. H. UNLAND PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR " JEWEL OeFEE 3 ; 61c BLUg BISON OB BUCKEYE Mail Syrup L,,,.c.. CAI,IFORNIA ORANGES - Slse NORTH SIDE SQUARE I WISH TO ANNOUNCE M- Candidacy for the Office of CIRCUIT CLERK of Logan County ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET Subject to November Election JOHN R, PARKER WHY WORRY ABOUT HOT WEATHER when you can enjoy the benefits of A GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE FOR ONLY DON'T FORGET TO TRY OUR 1 HOME MADE ICE CREAM S ER AND GOES FARTHER. Pint--20c Quart--40c Half Gallon--75c Gallon-l.50 Two Gallon--J2.90 Three Gallon--J4.00 Five Gallon--J5.00 For all these prices we pack the Ice Cream but do not take any back. A DAY MT. PULASKI RESTAURANT CENTRAL ILLINOIS Re BERTONI, Prop. ELECTRIC & GAS CO.