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JULY 24, 1941 COPELAND " MRS. NE GULSO rrespondent hmldzl nine attended SChool Sunday. Mrs. John Clendenen, Mrs. Eles Quandt mnd l Kepner went to De- morning to see a MOUNT PU'LAKKI 'rlMEM-N1EWS. #[OUIqT PULASKI. ILLINOI/S Mary Bellatti and Tom Cox, llli- opolis, attended the Duckett re- union Sunday at ShelbyviIle. John Washbond, Springfield, spent Sunday with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sutherlamd called on Clarence Bowers and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster and Virginia, Joyce Tomlinson and Eileen Stohper spent Monday eve- ning with George Stopher ad 'INTER WILL COME AG.LI N So reasoned a young cba who waIked in to the Myers Bros. clothing store here re- cently and deposited a down payment with the proprietor Frank Talmage, on a brand new over coat which he ex- pects to use thi coming winter. The young man not only Ida Baumhardt Married Recently Miss Ida Baumhardt and Elmer L. Schoeneberg, of Lincoln, were married Sunday morning, June 29, 1941, in St. John's Lutheran church in that city, the ceremony being performed by the pastor, i Rev. J. A. Hoefer. They were at- I tended by Miss Alma Baumhardt PAI$ TIBtglmt: THE METHODIST GHUROH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor/ ' i Services for Sunday, July 27: Church School at 9:30 .m. Owing to the Homecoming at FYench's Chapel there will be no preaching service in the Mount Pulaski church. French's (hapei Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Basket Dinner at noon. Afternoon service at 2 o'clock. of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Kepner, Mrs. who fell at her Arthur and broke her She is in St. Mary's I-Ierring and Maude Saturday morning of the serious illness Mrs. Pete Bopps ann relatives while there, evening. Herbert Shellham- were in Decatur Id[rs. Albert Shellham- ]lizabeth Schroth, Mr. I'Ierbert Shellhammer SPent Sunday evening Ratty ShellhaTnmer. Mattoon, vislt- Mrs. Robert Cope- life's. Richard Drabing atld Mabel Kay Follis evening with Jessie in an accident. Cravens, Williams- this week with arilyn Erlenbush. went to Ran- with Lee Buckles an( bIlld and son Harry afternoon with and wife. Patterson, Mr. and lh'iee of Chicago, atd Helen Shilling MOnday with :Sirs. and family. Commingore and and Norms Gulso had supper on with Neal Gulso John Drabbing evening. WOods told Ellis spent Sunday at a birthday din- of which COpeland, Billy Spent Sunday Floyd Meister loaon and family, Sunday after- with Lawrence Called on Neal I-Ierbe rt Birks, Puhski TRE Ill WilliS" "lh and NDAY TO Hope tURS. 31 YOU GIRL" wit h n Parrish Ouil[an write. :Hsplayed a forward-looking Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and wisdom but got the pick of Billy Sexton spent Saturday night the stock by purchasing and Sunday with Thelma Sexton early in Springfield. Bob Lee is helping his grand- ENGLAND INFANT DIED father, Charles Herring on the[AT BIRTlt SUNDAY farm this week. I Mrs. Charles Woods amd Ellis A da, aghter born at 1:30 p.m. spent Thursday evening at the Sunday, July 20, to John and Em- lme of Charles Herring. ogene Combs England at the home Mr. and Mrs. Jake Erlenbusnl of his mother, Mrs. Tillie England. and Marilyn, Robert Copeland ana/n Vest Jefferson str.et, Mount son Sheldon attended the Sports- men fish fry Sunday. Pulaski, died at birth. Besides the er. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Butler had as visitors all day Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Brow mad family, Springfield, Helen Butler, ]Y[r. and Mrs. Bert Moore and children, Augusta. Mrs. Sidney Lee and sons, and Dale' O'Brien enjoyed supper in the country Friday evening at th2 home of Charles Herring. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gray of Gibson City, were a,t the home of Clarence Bowers Thursday for his mother, Mrs. J. M. Gray who had visited at the Bowers home for several days. Dres ,de--59c to $1.79, Clears. and Olin C. Schoeneberg, sister i The program wrn consist of ao,g,, and brother of the bride and ispecial music and talks by visit- bridegroom, i ing ministers. The principal ad- The bride, who is a daughter of dress wil be given by Rev. A. A,  : Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Baumhardt residing six miles west of Mount Pulaski, wore a dress of navy blue, and a corsage of gardenias, and her attendant was attired in blue l and white, and wore a corsage of[ J roses and sweetpeam. r Following a wedding dinner at Mrs. Mertice Meister and sis-Ipare nts, two grandmothers sur- ter, Mrs. Fanny Patterson visit- I rive, Mrs. Tillie England and Mrs. 'ed all day Sunday with Sam Ken- IPearl Combs. I nedy and family m Decatur " " I The remains were tken to the/ Mr. and Mrs. Roland Halstead | [ Sears Roebuck & Co. store in Lin- and baby spent Sunda] evening] Schah] funeral home. Short fu-lcoln. The newlyweds are occupy- with Mr and Mrs George Stoph- neral services were held in the ling an apartment at 709 Lincoln England residence at 10 a.m. on lavenue, Lincoln. Monday, conducted by Rev. Ray l O. Zumstein. pastor of St. John's[ The Mount Pulaski Theatre tll Lutheran c-hurctx Burial was in show "The Road to ZanzJbar" Sun- Mount Pulaski cemetery, day and Monday, July 27-28. the Maple Club on Route 121, near Lincoln, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bridgeroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schoeneberg, of Steeleville, and is employed in the Belyea, pastor of the First Meth :*: odist church. Lincoln.  ::! Everyone is cordially invited to attend. .: : Sunday and Monday, July :Lw/-8, ;! will bring "The Road to Zrlzibl" to the Mount Pulki reei Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE CALL-- Shell Service Stahen CHICKEN FRY AT CORN]LAD JULY $1 The members of the Christian church in Cornland are planning to hold their annual chicken fry on the evening of Thursday, July 31. Look for further particulars. At her home on Belmont street on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 16, Miss Anna Schafer was hostess to members of the Glean- ers Class of St. John's Lutheran church. Following cards the group played Rook, the prizes going to Mrs. George J. Smith, Mrs. Chauncey E. Close, nd Mrs. Dav- id Brady. The class will meet next with Mrs. Albert F. IApp. W. E/- McCarthy of Clinton, special Illinois Central railroad detective, who makes frequent trips to Mount Pulaski, while sitt- ing in the local depot about 7 p.n Sunday, suffered a light stroke. The compsmy's local physician, Dr. George S. Connelly, was called and gave him medical attention, after hich he was taken to the John Warner hospital in Clinton. Mrs. Edith Parker of ChiCagO and Mrs. C. 1% Gilchrist of Lin- coln were callers Tuesday salter- noon at the home of Mrs. Pau! E. Beidler. Mount Pulaski -- Phone 44 REVERSE CHARGES FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 25 - 26 Merit RED BEANS .... 3 No. 2 cans Cap Diced Beefs or Carrots, 2 No. 2 Cap KRAUT ........ 3 No. 2 cans Van Camp's TOMATO SOUP, 2 for Van Camp's Vegetable SOUP, 2 for i Hershey's Chocolafe TOWN CRIER ,::. 950 i SNO-SHEEN CAKE FLOUR ...... 23c MERIT PEANUT BUTTER . qf. 25c Cap Barfleff PEARS No. 21/2 can 23c Stokely Di. Fd. COCKTAIL, 2 No. 1 29c CHIPS 15o 2 for 25o LUX TOILET SOAP ..... ' It Costs No More To have your clothes JvfADE TO ORDER AT CLEAR'S International Tailoring Co. Agency Cap PURE VANILLA ....... 3/-oz. MILNUT ............. 3 for NORTHERN TISSUE ........ 3 for .... 6 for SEALEX ..... KITCHEN KLENZER .... can OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 for 4 for CANDY BARS 3 for lOe LIFEBUOY SOAP . 4 for SWAN SOAP ...... Ige. SWAN SOAP ..... small, 2 for Jill ICED HONEY COOKIES ..... lb. ICED GINGER COOI(IES lb. GINGER SNAPS ....... 3 Ibs. for VAIL'S GUM . . . 3 for 2,c 19c 25c 19c 19c Cap Orange Pekoe TEA W.h Tumblers ,/4 ,b 250 R. D. AITCHISOH 299 See Me for Auto Insurance SNYDER BLDG. 9c 20c ISc 25c Sc ISc 25c 25c 9c IIc 19c 15c 25c KOOL-AID .......... 4 17c REDI-AID 5c Old Fashion PHOSPHATE 10c SURE JELL ....... 2 for 25c CERTO .............. 25c FRUIT PECTIN ....... 10c LEMONS .... 2 for Sc Freestone PEACHES 4 Ibs. 23( Transparnef APPLES 3 Ibs. 10c CAULIFLOWER 2 for 2Sc FINE FLAVOR INDIANA CANTALOUPES 2for 19c CELERY, Ige. sfalks 17c 31o FOOD FREE DELIVERY MARKET MOUNT PULASKI,