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PAGE ]POUR J THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS ! THURSDAY JULY 21, Newsy Portrayal of 1 Local Happenings SPENT SUNDAY IN MT. AUBURN Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sargent motor- l to Mr. Auburn last Sunday o spend the day with his mother. CORNLAND MAN VISITING IN CHICAGO J. J. Penniman of Cornland, left Saturday for Chicago, where he will -isit his brother-in-law, Chas Ott for a short time. SPENDING SUMMER HOUSE GUEST AT DILLSAVER HOME Miss Amelia Bollin of Lincoln, is a house guest in the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dillsaver. VISITING WITH SPRINGFIELD RELATIVES Mrs. Frank Copeland and son Ro- bert, visited relatives in SpringfiQld last week. VISITED AT GODDARD [HOME WEEK END WITH GRANDPARENTS Miss Mary Shanle of near Lan- Miss Paula Dwyer of Chicago, is ville, was a week end visitor in the spending the summer with her grand-!home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. God- parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Dwyer, I dard ' living 5 miles west of the city. VISITED HERE Engagement Announced I The parents of Mrs. Catherine Cramer, Ardmore, Pa., announce her engagement to Dr. James Rowland Angetl, president of Yale university, the wedding date to be announced lat'. HERE FROM LINCOLN ON FRIENDLY CALL .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sheer of Lin- coln, motored over Saturday evening for a friendly ell. They still enjoy looking up the old bunch and renew- ing old friendships. VISITED HERE WEEK END Mrs. A C. Hardt and daughter, fbeth, Milwaukee and Mrs. Wal- -Rhg and daughter Francis, Springfield, were week end sitors in the home of Mrs. Catherine Voile. SPENDING HER VACATION HERE Miss Dorathalene Lpp who has a position" with the Prudential Ins. Co., in Springeid, is sgending a two ek's vacation wit her parents, Mr. i  Mrs. Carl Lip. DECATUR VISITORS HE SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs: Herman Bartels, son Forest, Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Barrels and Mr, and Mrs, Guy Tinky, Deca- tur, were Senday visitors in the home of :Mr, md Mrs. George Sued- meier, west of the city. VISITORS AT EMINGER HOME Mr. and .M:rs William Addleman, Joliet, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Schenck J WITH SISTERS I OHIO VISITORS I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flesch of I HERE YESTERDAY Springfield were recent visitors in the homes of her sisters, Mrs. Frank Copeland and Mrs. Fern Cook. LINCOLN YOUTH GUEST OF UNCLE Bud Small of Lincoln has been a guest during the past week in the country home of his uncle, W. H. Coop- er. lUNCHEON FOR JUST US CLUB Mrs. Kent Garvey attended a one o'clock luncheon on Friday in the home of Mrs. Hairy Hagerman in Mechanicsburg. The affair was given for member of the Just Us Club. NEW YORKERS IIERE FOR VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wagner and family, Lockport, N. Y., arrived Sat- urday for a two week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn nd his brother, O. E. Wagner. FORMER RESIDENT DIES AT IOWA HOME Lee Jolley, a former resident w&o lived south of the city some ten years ago, died in his home at Ainsworth, Iowa on Tuesday July 12. according to a telegram received by S. W. - way, a former neighbor. and Mrs: Ella Schenck, Maroa and Mrs. Eva Danner. of Decatur are vis- 1 FIVE HUNDRED Ring in the home of Mrs. Anna Era- I AT GLOSE HOME The Five Hundred club met on Mr, and Mrs. Addteman came to Thursday evening in the home of Mr "! attend the funeral of their old neigh- C. E. Glose, North Vine street. Mrs. bur, John Erlenlmsch. tE. IC Connolley, Mrs. O. E. Wagner . and Mrs. F. E. Downing were the :AOON CLUB I honor winners. Mrs. Mahlon Lueas, AT WAIT HOME "Mrs, G. F. Wait, North Lafayette street entertained members of the Afternoon club on Tuesday. Three tables at 500 was the diversion and the honors were awarded to Mrs. J. T, Hmshey, Mrs. Chris Weller and M. F. A. PennJman, daughter, Miss Clara Seyfer. Mrs. A. F. Dill- Marjorie, and fther, Frnest Naeg- aver will be the next club hostess, ele visited relatives in Peoria over the week end. North Vine street will entertain the club members on the occasion of their next regular meeting. SPENT WEEK END IN PEORIA Mrs. Katherine Voile I "Enjoys 92d Birthday The birthday of Mrs. Katherine Voile on Friday July 15, marked the 92d milestone on the life's journey of this estimable and highly respected citizen of Mt. Pulaski. During the course of the day, the children, grand- children, and great grandchildren, re- latives and old neighbors and friends 'called singly and in small groups to pay their respects. No other celebra- tion was attempted because of Mrs. Volle's enfeebled physical condition. Mrs. Voile who perhaps is the old- est woman in Mt. Pulaski, was born at Kirchborg, Germany on July 15, 1840, her maiden name being Miss Katherine Seyfer. She came to A- merica and direct to Logan county in 1865, the years intervening being i passed on a farm near this city and for the past 30 years she has lived in Mr. PuLaski. Her husband Jacob Vol- ie passed away about 11 years ago. Mrs. Voile makhs her home with Brains and Speed on his right hand as the result of a foul tip in a recent kitten ball game. He will watch the game tonight from the sidelines. 28 POUND CATFISH LANDED ON SALT CREEK We are given the rather ssasonaI story by a friend that a Mt. Pulaskian caught a 28-pound Mississippi cat- fish Monday night, north of to;n on Salt Creek. The catch was made with hook and line. VISITING MOTHER In higk school graduate robe. Gent Venzke of Pottstown; Pa., does not impress observers as being the United States' foreamott mile runner and "hope" in the Olympic games. With his speed he also has brains, winning a $2,000 college cours for best schol- arship, character and lcadcrip. With favorable weather and no un- locked for delays, it is likely the ex- cavating far the viaduct under the Illinois Central railroad tracks will be finishe4t this week. The grading for the mile and one- her daughters Misses Rose, Mary VIADUCT EXCAVATING MAY and Katie and son, Herry, on North i BE FINISHED THIS WEEK Mrs. Ed. Davis and family of Stel- Vine street. ing, Ohio, called on Mrs. Albert Lipp : ] and B. W. Ely yesterday. They are, FORMER REASON RESIDENT qsiting with relatives at Buffalo. DIES IN MASSACHUSETTS. ANOTHER KITTEN ; BALL INJURY Mrs. W A 68 " . ennlman, , xormer- , Art Kolp is nursing a sore finger ly of Beason, died at her home in North Adams, Mass., last Wednesday: eighth of road that closed the gap t sccording to word received by her brother, W. S. Boardman of Lincoln. Funeral and burial took place at North Adams last Friday. IN MT. PULASKI Mrs. Frank Adams, Chicago, arrived Wednesday evening to make an ex- tended visit with her mother, Mrs. Julia A. Obermiller. Her niece, Ra ! Hundreds Enjoy Beach At Lincoln Lincoln Lakes proved to be most oopular spot in Central last Sunday as between 1.500 a 2,000 bathers swarmed the bead .eeking relief from the hea There were scores of others went boating, dozens who angled the finny tribe and hundreds who lined the fence surrounding beach. It was by far the biggest the beach has ever had and has ed the management to begin ning other improvements and enlarg ments. Springfield had the largest out town delegations, while Blooming* t:n, Decatur, Clinton, Mr. and other tors of the county heavily represented. The management of the lakes art this week to improve the running out to the lakes with a er of gravel uvn wlich oil will poured and'bladed and repread asphalt added. The road will not be closed to fie. RELIEF BILL AND CONGRESS ADJOURNMEI President Hoover, although cn route 121 at Mt. Pulaski, has al- satisfied with some of the features so been completed, the redrafted Relief Bill, gave Proposals for paving this section gress enough assurance that he will be received by the state highway sign it as a result of which they department at Springfield on July 27. I t journed after a seven months se sion. This was the longest session I)OG IS SMOTHERED TO Work on the viaduct began just a- DEATH IN RUMBLE SEAT bout six weeks ago and although not l ten Years" t much local labor was used on the b "Muggs" the large bull dog owned I job, the few men that were employed, I A campaign against the fire y the W. E. Holmes family, and who are thankful. Not many men were ard in Providence, R. I., revealed was everybody's friend, met a tragic needed aside from the steam shovel the average cellar contains four death on Wednesday, when he smut'h- crew and truckdrivers of rubbish. ered to death while locked n the i ] rumble seat of a coupe. BUY YOUR MILK OF MAGNESIA OPEN MINES IN MACOUPIN [i The dog, as was his daily habit, accompanied Mr. Holmes froln home The Suneriar Coal company of to the garage, occupiv4 the rumble Macoupin cunty has open four shafts seat section of the car. Arriving at tWe and agreed to pay the old wage scale garage he was always released at once and thus put 2,500 men back to work. by Mr. Holmes, but this morning, Harper, who had been in Chicago for the past three weeks, returned home Hoimeswas called to some task and i'- with her. i forgot to release the dog. In the mean- i RETURNS TO KANSAS time, one of the boys, ot knowing the dog was in the rear compartment, had FOLLOWING VISIT : occasion to use the coupe to answer a' Harvey Denny, who has been visit- call to the country and it was sever-! ing his grandmother, Mrs. George t al hours later when the lid was rais- Beidler and aunt, Mrs. Helen Humble  ed that Muggs was found. has returned to his home in Colum- I bus. Kas. His mother is the former LINCOLN VISITORS I Miss Elsie Smedley of this city. He also visited in Waverly with mem- bers of the Snedley family. OHIO VISITORS RETURN HOME Mr. and Mrs. Omer Hollingswvrth 'and son, Jobs, of Lebanon, Ohio, who i have been visiting in the home of the turned home Sunday evening but Mr. Naegele and Marjorie vnt on to 29TH CENTURY nephew Mcomb for a week s visit with rela- MET THURSDAY I Mrs. C. E. West, North Lafayette street entertained members of the Twentieth Century club on Thursday afternoon when the honors at 500 were awarded to Mrs. A.F. Lipp; Mrs. George Rupp and Mrs. George HERE YESTERDAY John Stoll and daughter, Irma, Lin- coln, were Wednesday visitors in the' home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sehaffen- acker. ZION' LADIES' AID MEETS NEXT THURSDAY The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion Ev. i former's sister, Mrs. Charles Brook- Lutheran church will meet in the I er, have returned to their home. i church basement on Thursday after- i They were accompanied by Mrs. noon July 28. Mrs. Frank Awe will be Brooker who will visit relatives in 1 the hostess. Mrs. Penniman re- Ohio for veral weeks. HERE CHICAGO N. Dooming and Pattison of Chicago are vis-I tires. relt2ves remainin and nearin thisMt" Pulse- 1 RURNS FROM They will vicinity l MAYWOOD VISIT two weeks. Mr. Downing reports the marriage Mrs. Anna Eminger returned home Saturday from a two week's visit at Maywood. Her son, Earl and family j. Smith. Mrs. George Suedmeier, liv- whom she vmit, came with her for I ing west of the city will be fle next a week end visit. Her granddaughter, June Ann. remained for an indefinite club hostess. stay. Miss I.rena McGavic of Spring- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn visid field, spent the week end with Miss relatives in and near Havana on Sun- day.  Lillin Ey. When you stop to consider all the conveniences, privi- leges-and satisfaction you get with A GENUINE FRIGII)AIRE the cost dwindles down to where it is very small-- A DAY ONLY 15c To OlMl'l GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE CENTRAL ILLINOIS & PAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novocain Block Guaranteed Dental Service at Prices in Keeping with the Time& PLATES $I0 AS LOW A .... Other Vulcanite dentures $17.50, $20, $5--Heeolite IL. Extraction free with better plates. Silver Fillings _. ........ $1.50 Porcelain Fillings ...... $2.00 Grigbsy.Dentists o.o ]h.ns e4d. Decatar  Ib4 AT Pen's Rexall Drug Store GOFF FUNERAL HOME WILBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't "To Serve Humanity Better" Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln. 1234 Maplewood Pavilion SUN., JULY 24 Featuring RED McMANUS Smith is an accountant and they will continue "co live in Chicago. TOURING 1N THE EAST Mrs. G. S. Connelly and dughter, Miss Dorothy and the former's ss- , Mrs. C. V. Denman an her daughters, El'zabeth nd Josephine, rqm Los Angeles left Sunday morn- for a tour that will take" them to f the  principal cities of the East. U,mm their return from this trip, they ex.nect to make a tour of West. KINGS ON TRIP EAST Rev. and Mrs. W, N. King, left Tuesday mrning  a visit to their )ld home in Pennsslvania- They will top enroue at Alliance, Ind., and East Liverpool, Ohi, to visit her r! atives and t Chicora, Pa;,they wl] visit with his fther, S. R. King and i brother, Elias King. Their destanation! will be Butler, Pa., where they will m2+ke an indefinite visit with her fa- ther, R. P. Sutton, No. 314 West Cun- ningham street. ROUNDEL AT METHODIST CHURCH t A Roundel will be held at the Me- thodist church on Tuesday July 26. Te yomger church group headed by Miss Rachel Park will ponsor the social and they are leaving nothing ndone to make the Roundel a splen- did place to svend a pleasant after- soon in the cool church bament it will be held. They extend a ,rdial invitation to all. The program is as follows: Piano DuetEsther Vtle and arriet Rifle. Pianologue-l)orothy Ann Down- "Up From the Depths," by Parsans. Solo--Mrs. Marion Halstead. Solo---G eorgiann Zimmer- Vocal Solo---Caline Snyder. Play, "And the Curtain Fell," by inc. erine Geyer. Van ll i and His Orchestra PARK PLAN DANCING argain Dance Every Saturday S Hours of Dancing - 25c You will enjoy your trip 100 per cent more if you have them thoroughly cleaned and pressed by the most modern dry clean- ins equipment to be had today. Dry Cleaners and Hatters Lincdn Theatre Block Lincoln, III. . Barthel & Dierker Cleaned and Pressed? Had Those VACATION CLOTHES HAVE YOU--