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MOUNT  - NEW1L MqO[YNT  ILLINOW THU]BDAT, P&amp;GZ 'tWO MOUNT PULAJKI TIMI.NEWS' Mmmt PalaakL Illino PubllJked and entered as second clue matter in the posto at' tzo Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, reader the Act of Congress of March 9, lff. Y I. WIKLE Editor and Publisher Tesma of Subjc: Three Moaths 75c Six Mmths $15 One Y4ar ....................... 250 INsbUshed Evm7 Thursday LOCAL NEWS Robert Hargis, employed by the General Electric Co., in Syra- cuse, N. Y., arrived Sunday for a week's vacation with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Hargis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scroggin of Washington, Ill., were callers in the city on Monday. . William W. Jackson, formerly of Kenney, now living in Decat- . v.r, was a visitor in Mount Pu- laski Monday. He was accomp- anied by friends, Ira Lowe of Los Angeles, Calif., and Milo Kuko of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Hat- : grave and daughter Ann, made an auto trip Sunday, to Compton where they visited with Mrs. Hargrave's brother, John Tribbett. They motored on to Amboy and visited with Mrs. Clayton Elliort, and at the Lee County Nursing Home in Eldena with Mr& John Trlbbett, who is a patient there. Miss Christina Starr observed her 93d birthday anniversary on Friday, July 20, at the home of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Hahn on West Cooke street where she is spending the sum- me]'. Miss Start, who was born on a farm one mile west of the city, divides her time by stay. h3g with her niece, Mrs. Harold Anderson and family, in Lincoln part of the year. Members of the family of Chas. Ryml of Granite City, made a recent visit in Mount Pulaski l with his mother, Mrs. James T. Ryan. In the group were Mr. and Mr Frank Murphy, Mr. and Mrs Vernon Ryan, Charles Ry- i !! an, Jr. (who recently returned from Korea), Mrs, Juanita Spray, !< Mrs. Mary Jane Allen and sons, ::::i and Doflald Ryan. i: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell White- :; house and two sons of Taylor- . rifle, visited Sunday with Mr. :  and Mrs. William DeSpain. Mrs. Marie Hodson and Marla Kay Mable of Springfield, were Sunday guests of the former's FBrDAY AND SATUBDAY luly 27 and 28 WHIP WILSON tu "NEVADA BADMEN'" plus "GASOMNE ALLEY" ii with Scotty Beckett, Jimmy Lydon  ' fJIqIDAT ' XONDAT , July 29 and 30 Matinee Sunday 2 o'clock "Vo" (za .TecJmico) with Anthony Dexter, Eleanor Parker Richard Carlson wzDmumAY. TsmammT August 1 and 2 I "THE NEXT VOICE You Hear" I with James Whltmore Nancy Davis Gary Gray sister, Mrs. William DeSpain and husband. Mrs. Tena Wood of Springfield, visited here from Friday to Sun- daywith her niece, Miss Katie Keil. Miss Mary Jane Davis of De- catur visited Saturday and Sun- day with her motheL Mrs. Rena Davis. During the past five years Mary Jane was employed in ac- counting at the Houdaille-Her- shey Corp. in Decatur, but re- cently accepted a position in the auditing department of Sears, Roebuck & Co., that city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Aitchi- son of Chicago, visited Saturday and Sunday, here, with his mo- ther, Mrs. R. D. Aitchison. Mr. and Mrs. Dorwin Pope and son Dorwin, visited in Herrick Sunday with his father, Jesse E. Pope. Mrs. Clarence Dains and dau- ghter Susan, of Elkhart, visited Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes. Linda Croll, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s George Croll of Larch- mont, N. Y., who has been spend- ing part of the summer vacation south of the city with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas, was taken to Chicago on Sunday where she boarded a plane for her home. Miss Katherine Connolley of Chicago, arrived Saturday for a visit of several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Connolley. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoiz and her father, Oscar Mayer, of Mount Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Ioerger of El Paso; Mrs. Ida Holz and Miss Joyce Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn., left on Saturday in their cars for a va- cation trip to Denver, Colo., Yel. lowstone Park and other west- ern points of interest. Mrs. M. E. Allen and daughter Miss Hazel, who had been visit- ing here for a week with the former's sister, Mrs. Oran O. Seroggin and family, left this Thursday for their home in Peta- luma, Calif. Miss Carolyn Sullivan returned Wednesday from a trip to Mi- ami, Fla and Havana, Cuba. She accompanied her aunt, Mrs. C. O. Almquist of Gary, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Broer- man and daughter Julie, of Rock Island, arrived Tuesday for a visit of several days with Mr Broerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilheldl Kautz. Mrs. Opal Moore of Niantic visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Vandeventer. Miss Helen Finke, who is be- ginning her senior year at the Deaconess hospital school of nursing in St. Louis, Mo., visited north of the city Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finke, She was recently elected as president of the student body for the ensuing year. Students at Illinois State Nor- mal University, Normal, with grades no lower than B, are in. cluded in the "Dean's List." In the list for the second semester of 1950-51 is Glenn WllHam Gasaway, Freshman, Mount Pu- laski. FOB WHITE CROSS Hospitalization Ins. --CALL-- CLIFF 0LLIS CHZSTNUT, ILL. PHONE 19 Also Polio Inmsran Mr R. T. Harper returned on Saturday from a week's visit near Chillicothe with her grand- daughter, Mrs, Gordon Bobell and family. Albert F. Dilisaver. of this city, and son, John E. Dillsaver, of Springfield, left early Saturday morning on an auto trip to the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee. They returned home on Monday night. Taylor Turley of Lake Fork celebrated his 82d birthday on Thursday, July 19, by going on a fishing trip. It is reported that he caught a nice string of fish. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stoeckel and children, Kathleen, Charles, and Loren, have returned home from a three weeks' vacation trip visiting relatives and friends in Minneapolis, Minn., and nearby points. They now reside on North Lafayette street, but are prepar- ing to move in a few days to a property on South Vine, recent- ly purchased by the Zion Luther- an church congregation. Mr. Stoeckel is teacher of the Zion parochial school. Mrs. Mabel Albrecht of Lin- coln, home bureau adviser, ac- companied by Mrs. Fred Froeh- lich St., o this city, is on a trip to Arizona and California. Mr. and Mrs. William Ben- venuto of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benvenuto and child- ten of Roxana, have been visit- ing southeast of the city this week with relatives, Mr. and Mr Edward Grathwohl. Miss Barabar Jo McCann, Chest- nut, left last Sunday by train I Sunday by American with S-Sgt. Robert Casad and I resume her secret wife, and Pfc. Loren Meister for IGeneral Motors, I] Austin, Texas, where she will I Sgt. and Mrs. Ca visit Pfc. Darrell Richner who is lMeister had been stationed there at Bergstrom Air l their parents, Mr. Force Base. She will return on Meister, southeast You don't have to worry a- bout "bills" you can't pay when you trade here -- you can afford to buy our mer- chandise at our "right pric- eSe'# Western Auto Associate ,DALE NEAVILLE. Proprietor ...Announcement. DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST will have office hours Saturday nights 10 P.M. at the office of Dr. E. H. Cox Pulaski. Call 18R for EYES EXAMINED GLASSES CHEVROLET TRUCKS Produced by the WORLDS Largest Manufacturer of Trucks %-Ton Pick-Up .... 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