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Pitched a splendid ganme and son; Struck out-- by Anderson, 4; of the situation at al- by Ingrain, 6; by Kiick, 0; Base on wery turn. The visiting hur- balls--- Off Anderson, 1; off In- to be a crafty, careful gram, 3; off iick, 1; Losing veteran that he is, and pitcher, Ingrain. able to collect but two of them of the Miller, 3b .......... 3 0 0 Duncan, rf ......... 2 0 0 own S Opperman, rf ....... 1 0 0 Leathers, c ......... 3 0 0 W, - - n n  r Totals ......... 30 2 4 Ount Pulaski Merchants Score by innings:- no natch here Sunday for Middletown 0 0 6 2 1 1 0 0 1--11 Middletown tear and Merchants 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-- 2 to 2. Anderson of Middle- Summary:--Home run, Ander- Pulaski infield com- eral bad errors, two of going to sleep badly a These put Smoky in the hole, especially i When Middletown should retired with no score; due to erros, etc., scored and were on their way. of the Merchants stole beth of Pulaskis runs. of Middletown, besides fine game, demonstrat- as a hitting pitcher, one of Kiick's fast the fence in the ninth lki was as Scott, the and Buckles, hitting did not show up for the day the Merchants to Cornland for a return IVith the Huskers and on 10 travel to Taylorville for at Manner Park with the They return home : 17 for a game here with , and on August 24 with the ]Jonarchs, crack colored so on through August of for a long with Aug- (11) AB R ......... 6 1 f ........... 6 1 ............ 3 1 , 2b ....... 6 2 lb .5 2 ss ..... 5 I c ........... 2 0 b, c ....... 2 1 2b .......... 3 0 P ......... 4 2 ........... 42 11 (z) AB cf ....... 4 P ......... 3 2b, es ...... 4 P, lb ..... 4 ff ....... 4 lb, 2b 2 Family services are arranqed makes all decisions. encouraqe discussions milies, that they may ull eqreement amonq s to the type of !hey desire. While our ts always available, if is Only to assist them. not views. We have af families appreciate --I CORNLAND I. Carl Key, Merle Gazelle and Al- bert Hart all of Camp Forrest, Tenn., were home over the weeR- end visiting homefolks. The hot weather is drying the ground out very fast. A lot of is being done. All the threshing is finish'd Lround here. M. E. Smith of Buffalo Hart, trmasacted business iere Wednes- day. There will be several farrfm change tenants for next year. Raymond Reichle of Elkhart was a business caller in town Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cherry and family were in Lincoln Monday and attended services of Mrs. Rachael Harp. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin cherry, ,. and Mrs. Ralph cherry and fatally and Mrs. Ola Kipp were in Virden Wednesday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Grace Seabolt. Mrs. Hardin Cherry and Mrs. Ol Kipp are sisters of Mrs. Seabolt. Logan Barber of Elkhart called on friends here Friday afternoon. James Pierce and family Chenoa were Sunday callers on nds here. H 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schmidt, 2 of Galesburg, visited here Satur- 1 day and Sunday with her mother, 2 Mrs. Marie Van Hook They were 2 accompanied home by her sister, 2 Miss Betty Van Hook. 0 1 0 HERE Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Aug. $- 2 4-5, Abbott and CotdHo with the Andrew Sisters in the great plc- 13 ture, "Buck Private" Pure H & E CANE SUGAR lO-Ibs. 55c I-lb. 25c FLOUR HEART OF KANSAS 24-1bs. 79c JELLY GLASSES BALL-MASON I Doz. 43c CATI 3 - 27c SNO-SHEEN Large Package 21c MERIT SALAD DRESSING R la 0 z 0f. Jar 25c o o The Mount Pulaski 2 1 o 1  PEANUT BUTTER 0 0 0 1 2-lb. Jar 2C FRI. AND SAT. Aucj. I and 2 DOUBLE FEATURE APPLE BUTTER "Ride on Vanquero" 20uart Jars 25c with Cesar Romero Mary Beth Hughes Chris-Pin Martin No. 2 "Scotland Yard" with Nancy Kelly - Henry Wilcoxon -- Edmund Gwenn SUN..MON.-TUES- Aug. 3-4-5 BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO in "BOeK PRIVATES" with Lee Bowman - Alan Curtis and the Andrew Sisters WED. AND THURS. Aug. 6 and 7 'ROAgSH0W' festuring Adolph Meniou - Carole Landis VERO GRAPEFRUIT No. 2 Can 9c AMMONIA 2-Quart Biel 2 24c CATSUP 14-oz. Boffle 9c r AUGUST 1 - 2 UNCLE SAM'S I ' SCHAHL FUneral Home Ambulance. Service 235 Mount Pulaski Now that most of the farm- ers have their grain harvest- ed if is time for the farmer's wife to come to our stoee and make her "Harvest of Barqa,ns" from the complete stock of groceries on our shelves. Many of these bar- gains you'll find listed below. / GENUINE Egg NOODLES AMERICAN PROCESS I-lb. pkg ..... 15 C '/2-lb. peg ..... 1Oc CERTO ....... 25c SURE-JELL .... 2 25c PEN-JELL ..... 2 25 SEALINGWAX.. 5c Paraseal WAX lb, 14c JUNKET FREEZING MIX . 9c JELL-O Ice Cream Powder 9c SUPER SUDS-- w,,, coum ,..,., 13' c o, c ,, T R A T E. LARGE 41 *'J) C MERIT PEAS ...... No. 2 9c MERIT CORN ...... No. 9c MERIT SPINACH No. 2 9c SURE-GOOD BEANS 9c French Fried POTATOES 9c West's Combination BIRD SEED ............... I 5c Hershey's Chocolate CHIPS ............ 2 25c Fancy SPLIT PEAS lb. pkg. I Sc (for soups) Puss-in-Boots CAT FOOD ................. Sc MARSHMALLOWS, pkg. 13c GRAPE-NUTS .............. 2 25c Grape-Nuts Flakes Large ........ 2 25c Small ........ 2 17c SURE-GOOD TOMATOES 3 g0.2 cans MERIT LiMA BEANS 3 No. 2 cans 25c POST TOA._.._STI___ ....... 9c CAP WOOL FLAKES ............... 9c " SIFTED PEAS 2 No. 2 cans 25c FLEECY "WHITE 2 quart boHles 25c Choice BEEF ROAST .... 23c ...... , ........ LEAN PORK ROAST .... 27c Lean PORK CHOPS .... 32c BIG BOLOGNA ........ 18c PICKLE or CHEESE LOAF 2Sc SLICED BACON ...... 28c IH PURE LARD 2 Ibs. for 25c in LONGHORN CHEESE __ 27c II FRYING CHICKENS 79c - 9Sc Fresh. Fish Thurs. & Fri. KRAFT MALTED MILK CHOCOLATE FLAVOR I-lb. Can 29(:: GLENCO CRACKERS 2-lb. Box 17c JELLY GLASSES Doz. 43c