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EFLECTION00 (Continued from Page 1, Col. 1) off the national debt to be about new ways to spend mopey. $t Don kid yourself  unless beslde politicians run this country-- St They've got to'spend your money to stay in the money. LINDOLN YOt'H BROKE SHOUIER IN FALL William Buckles, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs_ Roy Buckles of Lincoln, broke his left shoulder when he fell Wednesday of last week. He ws taken to the Deaconess hos- pital. William is a grandson of Della Kinert of' Mount Pul- aski. = Ji Dr. Fred W. Reinders, Robert Aitchison, Wilbert H. Schahl and Walter A. Schafer went to Hllisboro t] Thursday morning attend the Rotary meeting of : District 48. Mrs. Henry Blaekford resum her duties Wednesday in the post- office after a week's vscatiom 0ool & Oomfortable Me(30]Ll[,I.8 CLINTONIA * w N THURS.-FRI.-SAT. JULY 24-25-26 Thurs.-Frl. Mat, 2 pm. Eve 7:15 and 9:30 Sat, Cont. shows from 2 pm. "THE SCAR-FACED SHE-DEVIL" Join CRAWFORD Mdvlm DOUGLAS in C,-- ' Vddl SUN.-MON. JULY 27-28 cont. shows from 2 p. m. Mat. 2 pro, eve. 7:15, 9:3.0 R DEAD AUVEI THUBDAY, CHESTNUT m Chestnut-Beason Post 848 of American Legion is sponsoring an aluminum drive this week, and all articles donated to the cause will be greatly appreciated. A place near the band stand has been ar- ranged to deposit the aluminum. Members 6f the Etude Music Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Delbert Humphrey, and they responded to roll call with hashing their favorite song. A piano solo "Peach Blossom Waltz," was ren- dered by Iiss Joyce Ann Laugh- cry. Refreshments were served bY Marilyn Williams, and Harriet Von Thun. Present were Elsie Sal- ly, Dorcas Bueller, Marrilyn W'il- liams, Norma Bree, Barbara Jo McCann, Joyce Ann Laughery. Harriet Von Thun, and Evelyn Trail, the latter a guest. Mrs. Norman Howell was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cliffora Leimbach part of last week. Leonard Matheny came home last Thursday from Lanesville w- cinity after a visit of two weeks with his sister, Mrs. Victor Max- teimer, nd family. Mrs. Will A. Swain and son Randall of Decatur, were guests Friday of Mrs. Miriam McCann and family. Loren Watson visited in Peoria all last week with his sister Miss Lois, who has a position as re- ceptionist in the W'BDM radio sta- tion. John Suedmeier made a business trip to Chicago last Thursday. On Wednesday evening of last week Mr. stud Mrs. Joseph Ward of Decatur, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Wil- liams and family. Maril WiN liams went home with them and visited until Sunday. Miss Eva Dunn and Miss Norma Stoil visited here Saturday and Sunday with the latter's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stoll. On Wednesday of last week the Kitchen Tour in Decatur was at- tended by several members of the Chestnut Home Bureau unit. Those mking the trip were Mrs. Henry W. Neuschafer, Mrs. Alvin Rent- schler, Mrs. Raymond Koenig, Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith, Mrs. Clif- ford Leimbach, Mrs. Floyd Schaf- fenacker, Mrs. Jacob Stoll, and] Mrs. Norman Howell, the latter I of Kenney. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and ] sons, Miss Ilene Dierker and Bur-| I dette Msmke made an auto trip to St. Leuis, Mo., and spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs. Dierk- er's brother, Melvin Callison, and family. Burdette remained for a longer visiL Wednesday, August 20, is a date to keep in mind. The members of the Chestnut Methodist church will hold their amnual chicken fry at that time. The Cheerful Chestnut Chums 4-H club met with Dorcas Buehler on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 16, and/had as guests Joyce .Ann Laughery, Mae Remmert, Rosalie Ball, Dorothy Buehler and Mrs. Hrold Schaffenacker. The group sang several songs, with Shirley Lakin as piano accompan- ist, after which the business ses- sion was held. Samples of ice box cookies were brought by each member, and were judged before the demonstrations and talks, which were given by Wanda John- son, Donna Bowles, Shirley Lakin, Mary Rentschler and Mrs. Harold Sclaffenacker. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, July 30, at the home of Miss Aurelis Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mayer and son Norman Edward, of Chi- cago, rrived Sunday for a week's vacation visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Mayer, and her mother, Mrs. Anna Cryan and grandmother, Mrs. Matilda VVeidenbacher. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier and Miss Dorothy suedmeier, latter of Decad:ur, departed Sun- lday on an auto trip to Mitchell, ! South Dakota, to visit William E. Suedmeier, and Hubert Suedmier and family. Corp. Louran McQuaid, station- ed at Camp Livingston, Alexand- ria, Louisiana, in the 106th Mech- anized Calvary, arrived Tuesday on 8 ten day furlough visit south- east of the city with his mother, Mrs. Wilma McQuaid, and grand- mother, Mrs. George M. Drobisch. GOFF FUNERAL HOME WO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" AUSTIN MISS HATT]E KERWOOD Correspondent a l Saturday and Sunday were grand cool days. Wheat is making from 16 to 43 bushels per acre. Mary Lou Eaton of Decatur visited her aunt Mrs. Glenn Rau last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Adkins and Nancy Ellen te dinner last Mon- day th H. Kerwood. It's black- berry picking time. Friday evening callers at the H. Kerwood home were Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Kretzinger and daughter. Carol Rose, Mrs. Hendricks of Clinton and Mrs. Eunice Krct- zinger of Decatur. The latter was a. patient in John WaTner hos- pital in Clinton seven days. She is selling her home in Decatur and will go to Clinton to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miles and children of Greenbelt, Maryland, ABBual School The Buckles school, west of Mount Pul, scene on Sunday, July homec(zming event by former teachers, trons and friends, there )resent to enjoy the i ner at noon and the  lowing. Oswald Brooker acted man of the day. It was make it an annual and officers for the were elected as follow s:i Tendick, president; M Ruwe, secretary. be appointed later. Henry Horn, 81, director, was the present; Mrs. Harry Fork wins the oldest a,d Mrs. A. F. granddaughter, Mary ty, of Avoca, Pa., came ! est distance. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Linton and baby. Saturday, Mrs. Agnes Isen- hour, son Earnest, Charlene Woods of Springfield, Mrs. H. Hubbara of Clinton. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. H. Sill, daughter Joy, Mrs.. Della Schroll, Mrgaret Isen- hour of Decatur. Forty-six present for Sunday school. Frank Stiles received the 15 year bar. Go to the Four church meet at Illini next Sunday. Sunday school will be held here for those who cannot go. Boiling Springs church has withdrawn from the group stud the Harristown Christian church will join making the Four churches. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stiles ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. F_. Stiles to Petersburg Sunday. Jessie Ferne Scott, 15, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott, living about eight miles south- west of Mount Pulaski, who wa injured in an auto accident in ler home vicinity Tuesday ,evening of lsmt week, and was taken to the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln for surgical care, was able to return to her home last Friday. This was the accident in which In Lucille Turly was killed. are expected here next week for Short talks were a visit with H. Kerwood. Wednes- Thomas A. Gupton, d ' a,y" callers with H. Kerwood were dick ' Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, and Theodore the latter president of lot directors. The was given by State olas L. Hubbard, who Buckles school for two graduating from the high school, and was o grounds. On Wednesday bers of the Twentieth Club Were entertained Alma M. Reinders at tl her sister, Mrs. Leuis F. North Lafayette street. version was Five prizes going to Mrs. Le Miss Ktherine Jenner Clara Seyfer. We can supply GAS STOVE with 100 pound or Cl;er of SKELGAS Moist Appliance F. E. TudeV PHONE LINCOLN 1234 M41,4t The "- WALLACE BEERY w|tb LIONEL BARRYMORE Larabe hy mmdd TUES.-WED. JULY 2%30 Tues. Mat. 2pm, eve. 7:15,9:30 Wed. cont. shows froan, 2 p. m. JOB-DAYS Salary $210.00 If Job is Not Accepted July 23rd --SC, REEN-- $1rEltlNG Mm,d HUNT u441 THURS..FRI. JULY 31-AUG. ! Matinee each day at 2 p. m. Eve. "/:15 and 9:30 p. m. ] ** * * CLASSIFIED SECTION If yon have Anytig to Sell, Trade, Want to ], Rave ]Lt or Fount--this Netlon of the TImeNew will g  te aetm you waut. Hundreds bf others have found this to be tre--w not you? FOR STable model battery radio used only two months. Push button type; in A-I con- dition. Mount Pulaski Appli- anc'e Co. ' FOR SALE -- Kaw Vale Seed wheat. --Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. GOAT FOR SAlen Gasaway, 1 miles South of Narita. FOR SUsed Copper Clad range as good as new. Mount Pul*aski Appliance Store. FOR SALE -- Cucumbers for pickles. Phone 46 Cherry.--Mr? Fred Awe. CASH PAID toy dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free, Call" Dr. C. M Merrima Phone 15. FOR Several good used coal ranges and ice boxes which we will sell t a very reasonable price. Mount Pulaski Appliance Co. GOOD USED RANGES FOR Sale---W'e have a nice assort- ment of used coal ranges. Schafer Hardware Co. ATTENTION--Any elderly per- son or invalid wishing to live in i a well equipped private home, with a trained nurse's care, write to 217 Seventh St., or Phone 639, Lincoln, nlinois.  RADIO and KECORDING OUT- combination Philco outfit for only $39.95---new. --Mount Pulaski Appliance CO. ROOMS FOR RENT--Suitable for light housekeeping or living and sleeping room. Only three avail- able. Hot water at all time Times Apartment Hotel Cost/y REPAIR Come In For Regular Oheokips Don't let your car go until small things are wrong at a up a costly repair bill. Bring it so your "lie troubles" can be ed at once and not allowed to op. Come to Brooker's. You'll like thorough work. OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY BR00'q[ER FARM PHONE 21