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Pulaski public library will closed during the month of The library is sponsored the local Library Club, and in charge will take a va- during that period. All pa- are requested to come to libraxy Saturday afternoon, secure their supply of books the month. A fiumber of new have been added, but not through purchase, do- and replacements, and they will be available. The list fol- , giving name of book and author: - Louis Brumfield Triology, Bruin FOlYK e 1 A Treasury of American Print. To Clos Craven. g A S / Embezzled Heaven Werffl" ugu Following an annual custom the| Miss Richard's Boy, Holley. Tl Conquering of Kate, Mou- ray. Brunhilde's Paying Guest, Full- er. Moriah's Mowning, stuart. Correct Social Usage, Kingsley. Queen Anboleyn, Hackett. The Desert of Whea, Grey. Red Headed Outfield, Grey. North of 53, Sinclair. American Industry in the War, Baruck. The Prairie Years, Abraham Lincoln (in two volumes), Carl Sandburg. Wilhemina changes her Name, Kingsley. The Heavenly Twins, Grand. Woman Errant, Howard. Garden of Eden, Howard, ranzisha, Clarke. TI Last of the Barons, Lytton. The Clmir Invisible, Allen. ! Thohe Girls, Winter. " At You-Ali's House, Baskett. 800 Leagues on the Amazon, This Country of Ours, Harrison. Tanglewood Tales, Hawthorn. I Autocrat of the Breakfast I MOITNT PdlASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT IUIASKL IIJANO115 THURSDAY, .... .  !day, July 31, with Mrs. Henry I Mr. and. Mrs._Frsmk m# ., I !1 U/1| t4 1Remmert as ostess. i Philadelphia, ean., . i Mount Pulaski Tuesclay dfiIJUL'la I Wilford Ryn of this clty un- I ....... t   i derwent an operation for appen- :r': ::thetl: nMvlJl;:'A Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer, Miss tdlcltls Tuesda) mormng at St.| . . Anna Fuhrer, Mrs. Frank BueerllClaras hospRl m L=:.of themie: Charles Wilson, and hrer ent to New, The Loyal Bible C  ! . _a amd Joseph Fu " . . | ghters MisSeS Katherine  hn Tuesda morning and at- Methodist church will meet Wea-I ha Ber " Y ........ ! gT of Hannibal, Mo.,  tended the funeral of a cousin, nesday afternoon, july u. at uue| , ., ] Martin Gebhart. 'home of Mrs. Celia Volle east of[ been on a tlup to D_etrol visited in the city TuesaJ ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHUT, CH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor. Five Weeks in a Balloon, Vern. A Fair Maid of Marvelheal, Woods. !i: Three Bright Girls, Armstrong. Mr. Wayt's Wife's Sister, Har- 1an& A Cmllant Fight, Harland. A Malden's Choice, Heembrug. Robert Elsmore, Ward. Lucius Mistake, Davis. Front Yard and Other stories, Woolson. Roweny in Boston, Pool. Allen's Wife and other Tales, Haggard. Madam of the Ivies, Train. aglehurst Towers, Marshall. The Parson's Proxy, Hamilton. Paive Crime Stories, Duchess. [adamoselle Dahlia, Wynne. The Carved Cupboard, Fenmore. The Bread Winner, Little. IMttle Sister Snow, Little. Rite Hollise, Baker. One Summer, Howard. Sixty Jan, Long. King Noanett, Stimson. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison, of Osawetmee, Kansas, arrived in Mount Pula.ski Tuesday to visit for a week with relatives. Mr. and the city with Mrs. F. E. Neumey- er as assistant hostess. The Never-Grow-Old Society will meet at 2:30 p.m. FridaT, Sunday School at 9 a.m. Worship Service at 10 .m., sermon subject, "Not By Bread and Jean of LincoJn and Mrs. i Koehnle's sister. Mrs. Andrew* Fraser, of Elkhart. Indiana. were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vv'ible and son Terry. Mrs. Wible is a dugiter of Mayor and Mrs. Koehnle. Members of the Easy Aces RIEDLE FAMILY REUNION Bridge Club were entertianed on HELD LN PANA JULY 13 Tuesday night by Mrs. Eugene As a very convenient place for Manes at her home on North all relatives concerned to meet, the Washington street. The prizes third annual reunion of the l.iedle went to Mrs. Frances Tomlinson. fanily was held Sunday, july 13, Mrs. John Curtis and Mrs. Dan . irt Kitchell park, Pana, win mere- Fuhrer. The next hostess will be bers present from East t. Louis Mrs. Dean Foster. Vandalia, Shobonier, llliopoliS, The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion Mount Pulaski and Chestnut. The Lutheran church will meet in the oldest person present wa'. Mrs. church basement at 2 p.m. Thurs- Nellie Riedl. 67, of Shobonier Those attending from this sec- Mrs. Harvey F. Gordon, Mr. and August 1, at the home of Mrs. T. 27" IMrs" George E. Suedmeier an A Scroggin on South Spring St.. Services for Sunday. July I family. The women are cousins, iwith Mrs Anna E. Eminger as Mayor and Mrs. Ralph Koehnle,  assistant hostess. daughters Marguerite, Fredonl Mrs. Harry Smallwood of De- Alone !" Special music, "Thou Wilt Keep Him In Perfect Peace," Mrs. RoDa Shixely, soloist. A meeting of the Church Coun- cil qll be held at 8 p.m. Monday, July 28. tion were as follows: Mount Pulaski--Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Riedle, daughters Mil- dred and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MeF er, Mr. and Mrs. John Riedel, daughters Colleen, Mar- guerite and Esther, sons Joe, Jerry and John. Chestnut--Mr. and Mrs. Merle Riedle, daughter Rosettm son Ger- ald. Illiopolis--Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Payne, son Willard, daughters Dorothy Mae and Norton. The 1942 reunion will also be held in Pana on the second Sun- day in July. Edward Dittus and Dale Cullen departed Wednesday morning on an uto trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit at the home of Mrs. Jessie Masterson, sister-in-law and sister respectively of the gen- tlemen. Mrs. Dittus and daugh- ter Phyllis, and Mrs. Ruby Foster of Lincoln, have been there for two weeks. Dale Cullen expects t rnke an extended stay. The picture you,e ited for. ,tithe Road to Zanzibar', at the local theatre July 27-28. It's swe I1.' LAST CALL catur, and niece, Miss Mary Alice Buckles of this city. returned o Sunday following a visit of sever: days in Chicago with the former'r daughter, Mrs. John Palm. Miss Gertrude Wolf of this vi- cinity, Miss Frances Stengel of Illiopolis rural route, Herschel Johnson and Raymond Leisman, of Lincoln, made an onto trip to Turkey Run. Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mason and son Keith of Oblong, made a brief call in the city Sunday on fri- ends, Mr. and Mrs. PIph Wtlsh. They are on a vacation auto trip, and were on their way to Starved Rock state park and points of in- terest in Wisconsin. Porch Furniture We have just received new shipment of metal porch and lawn chairs. After these are gone it will be hard to get more on account of preparedness program. Supply your wants now. the former's mother, Mrs. tilda Weidenbacher, and ,Irs. Ann Cryan. Floyd Buckles, emp loyed "overnment work at visited here from Friday to day with 1 parent: r. Mrs. Robert E. Buckles. HOW ABOUT A COOL COIFFURE? Easy-to-wear and warm weather quire proper ful and intelligent hair to conform with is an art. Take the .many patrons---we axe in this important service. Our warm weather look better, last give you Summer Phone 871 now. BOBBLE BEAUTY Over Kresges Lincoln's Leading BUYING' GROCERIES AT Zimmermann's Grocery IS A PLEASURE -- AND ALSO AT A SAVI NG Friday and Saturday July 25 - 26 ' I Any Hour DOG FOOD .......... 4 19 Camel APPLE BUTTER ..... 38-oz. I?c 00AMEL PEltS l:k Afy Hour CATSUP .......... 14-oz. lOc Happy Hour FRENCH DRESSING .... I 5c Any Hour SWEET PICKLES ......... IOc Any Hour DILL PICKLES ........ qt. 2 Ic POST TOASTIES 2-1900 Post's BRAN FLAKES ......... 2 17c Happy Hour WHOLE GRAIN CORN 2 29c Red Mill PEARS .......... No. 21/2 19c Happy Hour GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .... 2 19c Fruit Cocktail go.l 17o Any Hour FLOUR ...... 5 Ibs. 00.ow00x JAR RINGS ........... 3 KERR LIDS .......... doz. I lb. MARSHMALLOWS ... Any Hour COFFEE 3-1bs. P & G SOAP ......... b LAVA ............... 2 CHIPSO CLOROX ............ CRISCO ..3 Ibs. 53c; I lb. JELLO 3 {or Happy Hour Vac. Pack SWEET POTATOES ..... 2 Any Hour PEACHES ...... 2 No. 2V JoIIg T. IIERSlIE Furniture and Funeral Servioe Phone 90 ZIMMERMANN GROCER PHONE 100 WE