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Newsy Portrayal of Local Happenings IT]rNG HERE WITH GRANDPARENTS Miss Reba Swinney of Springfield aited here the week-end with her Iments, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swinney. ISITING DAUGHTER IN CHAMPAIGN Mrs. Hester Evans left Monday evening for Champaign, where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. ]Lmkins for a short time. AqTFENDED DINNER AT PONTIAC Mrs. H. Wittrock. daughters Mis- ms Alto and Florence and sons, and Bernard, returned Mondy om Pontiac where they attended a family re-union held on Sunday. ]UgTURN TO IOWA HOME Mrs. Harry Ulrich and son, Donald Monday morning on the return trip to their home in Janesville, kwa, after a visit of two weeks with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ]l.Jdes. SISTER RETURNS TO INDIANA HOME Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frar of Lin- coin and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood- rum motored Sunday .to Veederslmrg, Indiana, taking Mr. Woodrum's sister, Mias Neva, back to her home follow- ing a visit here of several weeks. WILL SPEND WEEK IN ST. LOUIS Miss Carolyn Snyder left Sunday for St. Louis, Mo., to visit for a week with Mrs. Carl Rhoades. The llies were college friends at Millikin Uni- versity, Decatur. WYNDS BACK FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd and daughter, Nina returned home lut Friday evening from Devil's Lakes, Wisconsin, where they enjoyed two weeks of camping. Mr. Wynd was taking a vacation from his duties at the Farmer's Bank. DUNNUCK REUNION NEXT SUNDAY The annual Dunnuck family re-un- PENDNG WEEK ion will be held this year on Sunday, SPRINGFIELD are visiting Aug. 7, at Lake Bloomington. This Elsie and Alice Cook is an old Logan county family whose s week in Springfield with rela- numerous descendants come from s. Their sister, Miss Eloise who is I great distances to attend these an- nployed in Springfield, is making a lual affairs. Quite a number of them ucation visit with her mother, Mrs. Vern Cook, North Belmont st. IFTS HOME JACOB DICKEY Mrs. Margaret Roberts of Beason, was a recent business visitor in Mt. aski. Her cottage on South Mr- street lately vacated by Mr. and Hrs. Ed. Holmes, has been rented by Jacob Dikey and family, who expect move there this week. I"ISITED RELATIVES /N INDIANA Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wible, Missee dine and Jean Wible returned brae Tuesday after visiting friends mml relatives in Shelbyville, Ind. They were accompanied home by Wible's sister, Miss Dorothy Rg'. Mr. Wible is foreman at the Time-News printing plant. END VISITORS AT SCHAFER HOME Week end visitors in the homes of M. and Mrs. H. W. Schafer and Mr. Mrs. Russell Shull were the ner's daughter and family, Mr. mxl Mrs. Boyd Frye and daughter of ]oomington. VISITS AT OBERMILLER HOME Frank Adams of Chicago, who has ien on a business trip through the mth arrived in Mt. Pulaski on Fri- day to visit with his wife who is nding the summer with her mo- r, Mrs. Julia Obermiller. Other sitors in the Obermiller home over are residents of Mt. Pulaski and vicinity. M. F SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS TO HAVE PICNIC The annual picnic of the A.V. Sunday School class of the Methodist church will be held t the Downing cabin on Salt Creek on Tuesday 9. It will be an all day affair for members md their families. Those without transportation will be accommodated if they will notify either Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mrs. Clair Carter or Mrs. Louis Schafer. RETURN TO NEW YORK HOME Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wagner, son Vernon, and daughters, Mona, Mar- garet and Donna Lucia, left last Fri- day on the return auto trip to their home in Lockport, New York, follow- ing a visit of ahnost two weeks with Mr. Wagner's brother, Ottmer E. Wagner and family, and Mrs. Wag- ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn. MRS. JOHANNA MYERS RETURNS TO HOME Mrs. Johanna Myers returned Sun- day to her home in Chicago, follow- ing a month's visit here with her sons, M. J. and Louis F. Myers, the former of whom accompanied her to Chicago. Mrs. Myers makes her home with ,her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Myers, and while she was here, Dr. Myers and wife took a vacation trip t the lake region in Wisconsin, where Mrs. Myers met with an accident, he week end were Mr. and Mrs. sustaining a broken collar bone. 49. g. Wolcott of Decatur. ENTERTAINED FRIENDS T SPARKS INN Mr. and Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchison an Tuesday evening entertained a rzoup of friends at a 7 o'clock din- met at the Sparks Inn on route 121, We miles north of the city. Return- to the Aitchison home on North Lafayette street, the remainder of delightful evenmg was spent at 4mrds. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. OHIO VISITORS RECALL HORSE SHOW Mr. and Mrs. Edward I Frisch of Middletown. Ohio, motored to Mr. Pulaski and visited Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Mary E. Lucas Mr. Frisch has frequently visited in this city for many years. The late Homer Frisch was his brother. He said the Illinois crops looked very fine to him, and he recalled having at- tended the big Mr. Pulaski Horse .... DINNEi GUESTS AT TENDICK HOME Loise Irwin, Bernard Bueseh, Raymond and Edwin Hahn were Sun- day dinner guests at the home of John Tendick. TO VACATION IN WISCONSIN GO TO $r. LOUIS ON BUYING TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Ge Clear mtered to St. Louis today on a fall Mymg trip for the Clear Shoe Store. io GUESTS AT BROOKER HOME Mr. and Mrs. T. P. WaddeH, son ..Mr" and Mrs. R. L Nelson and Junior and Harry Van Hook are r. anu mrs. C. E. Nelson, Avalon - i Heights, Ohio, are house guests in plan_rang to leave at the end of thii the week for a motor trip to points in B hkome of Mr:.nd Mrs. Charle Wisconsin. TOO er, rorzn vine StTee. RIFURN FROM THORN PIERCES FOOT EASTERN TRIP I OF YOUNG LADY Mrs. G. S. Connelly, daughter Dor-I Miss June Brnes has been hobbling othy of this city, and her sister Mrs. abut with the aid of crutches the .......... I past few days as the result of a thorn . v. uenman aria wo aaugnrers ............. l piercing her foot. It was necessary to Aln;ea?:s?ret:raneda:77rTd:y;rom2a / take her to the hospital in Lincoln to two week's tour of the east l have the injured member treated. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F Gordon . and Mrs. Virgil G. Connolley and ....  -" -'_" ! motored Sunday to Hen Ill mrs. eorge , ueameer  . . _ ry, ., to vis- ........... i or several days with the latter's nls city, Mrs dames lelan an M .... " .... t mother, Mrs Lottie Hel r. z ran Fruny o bincom, no-: _ . _ per. Mr Con- ........... noley, a memner of the Connolle re ro Jenerson arracgs, MO, . " Y _ " rug company, is taking a vacation Thursday of lst week to see Mrs. this week Suedmeier's son, Noel, at the Citi- zen's Military Training Camp. MRS. WILSON HOSTESS TO ACE HIGH CLUB Mrs. Reide WiLson, North Washing. ton street, was hostess on Friday ev- ening to members of the Ace High AFTERNOON CLUB AT DILLSAVER HOME Mrs. A. F. Dillsaver entertained members of the Arnoon club on Tuesday. The diversion ws 500 at three tables and the honors were won by Mrs. J. T. Hershey, Mrs. AI. O'- Bridge club, when Mrs. Floyd E. Connor and Mrs. Chris Weller. Mrs. Downing was awarded the honors. Hershey will be the next club hostess. The next club meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. H. C. Gruber. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB AT LUCAS HOME Mrs. Mahlon Lucas, North Vine street entertained members of her Five Hundred club on the occasion of their last rgular meeting. Four table8 were in play nd the honors of the evening were awarded to Mrs. F. A. Penniman, Mrs. J. W. Mann and Miss Amelia Baumann. Mrs. Oscar Auer will be the next club hostess. D. M. C. CLUB AT TOMLINSON HOME Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tomlinson, North Belmont street were hosts on Sunday evening to members of the . D. M. C. club. Five hundred was in- dulged in at four tales and the l FRI.-SAT. AUG. 5-6 honors were divided among Mrs. Roman Romr, Edward Dittus and Paul Moore. Jac? Holt month will be the regular meeting night of the club. ANNUAL PICNIC OF W.C.T.U. dl J 1 The annual picnic of the Mt. Pu- JJ III  i ',, laski unit of the Logan county W. C ! i  [] -i J[ UI T. U. will be held on Tuesday A.."  #I IE-I 9. at country home of L?00t -- V D. Kerschner, living five and one-I s Men" It will be an all day picnic with a l basket dinner at noon to be followed/jrf du00ng the a00rnoon the I| |i far business meeting with Mrs. John, V T. Hershey as the leader. I --= - m=mmwi.m GARDEN UNIT AT RUPP HOME The monthly meeting of the Gar- den Unit of the Mr. Pulaski Woman's club will be held on Friday Aug. 12 in the home of Mrs. George Rupp, North Vine street, who will be the hostess. The program for this meet- ing will be as follows: Roll Call Perennials, beginning with J, K and L. Topic, "Vines"--Mrs. Ida Lucu. "How Plants Get Their Names"-- Mrs. A. F. Lipp. MR. AND MRS. HERSHEY i ENTERTAIN CLUB Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey, N. Vine street entertained their club on Tuesday eve. Five Hundred was in- dulged in at three tames and the hon- ors wre divided among Frank Cope. !and, Mrs. Mrgaret Nolan and A. F. Dillsaver. ,H Dr. Paul B. Berryhill DENTIST Latham, IlL Dr. Pope's Office Thursday of Each Week with Richard Cromwell and Joan Marsh MickeyMouse Cartoon Also Comed,v: [erman Gossett, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. ilchrist of Lincoln, Mr. md Mrs. W. E. Fry of Springfield, Mrs. Alma M. Reinders, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. ]geidler. WALKING CANE CLUB ENTERTAINED TUESDAY 'fle Walking Cane Club members were entertained Tuesday evening at 1te home of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey on North Vine street. Five Hundred was played, the honor a- rds going to Mrs. E. C. Nolan, Frank Copeland and Albert Dillsaver. The club will meet Tuesday, August iGth. with Mrs. Nolan. Mrs. W. E. Fry of Springfield is wsiting m the city this week with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beid- r. IA'NY GUESTS AT a'AFFOR D HOME The home of Mrs. W. H. Stafford n North Lafayette street last Sun- day was a busy scene with the num- ber of our-of-town ieople coming to l njoy the fried chicken dinner. Three: atates were represented in the group, he list of people including Morton D. Barker. sons Robert, Morton and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Freidman and son Morton atd Miss Dorothy Barker of Springield; Myron C'nev- ]1 of Chicaffo; Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Hake and daughter Johann of Lin-I ln; Miss Cardes and W. F. Hake 1 f St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs.| dward L. Frisch of Middletown, :hio; and Mrs. Mary E. Lucas and r. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gilchrist and Lynn Parker af Lincoln, mo- d to Mt. Pulaski and Decatur anday. I "Red Mea Tell No Tales" Shows of twenty years ago, and mar- Quiz, "House Plants"--Mrs. R. D. veiled at the fine stock and the large Aitchison. ADM. 10 and 25 crowds. EHTERTAINMENT PRICES SLASHED! For Twenty-Five Cents Admission Anmr:a'a Greatest Aek-ultural Show The SPRIN, Aug.2000.27 FOUR NATIONAL FEATURES I. Natlomtl Swine Show 2. National Shorthorn gxpotlon & Natlmml Herol EffihMtlon 4. Regional Jersey Cat- tle Show and All Vetermu' Day Aug. 1 Caud Ch-cu Rach Aug. 22to It's A lexpesiw Oat- low for the Entire Famlt SUNDAY ONLY!! SUNDAY ONLY!! BOX OF NABISCOS FREE WITH EACH QUART OF HOME MADE ICE CREAM THE MOST BY WEIGHT--THE BEST BY FLAVOR. Pint20c Quart--40c Half Gallon75e Gallon--$L50 Two Gallon--J2.90 Three Gallon--J4.00 Five Gallon--J5.00 For all these priee8 we pack the Ice Cream but do not Me any back. NEWPRICES ON FOODS CHICKEN DINNER 35c ROAST PORK or BEEF 35c Ham & Eggs (including beverage) 35c STEAK and POTATOES ........ 30c BACON & EGGS 30e PIE ..... 5c SANDWICHES (all kinds) __5c & 10c MT. PULASKI RESTAURANT R. BERTONI, Prop. 'I'IYJDAY RE1RN HOME AFTER WEEK'S VISIT Miss Clara Wenel has returned to her home in Springfield following week's visit in the home of Mr. nd Mr John StarT and in the countrF with Mr. and Mrs. Art Broughton. SURPRISE ON MRS. T.. P. WADDELL [ A group of friends surprised Mrs. ! T. P. Waddell on Tuesday evening in I honor of her birthday anniversary I which occurred that chy. After eoo gratulations had been extended, tabl were placed for Bridge, the honor winners being Mrs. C. M. Merriman, Mrs. Harry Mzxtin and Mrs. L. W. Lucas. GOOD WILL SOCIETY AT COUNTRY HOME Mrs. Claude Litterly, living south- west of the city, was hostess on Wed- nesday afternoon to members of the Good Will Society of St. Thoma Fuhrer and Mr Roman the consolation prize was Mrs. H. B. Kent. VISITING HERE FROM TENNESSEE Mr. and Mrs. Thomas dmughter, Shirley of arrived Sunday for vi! home of her parents, Mr. G. Hughe Mr. Wallace o Wednesday but Mrs. baby will remain several REMAIN IN OHIO I FOR SHORT VISIT Mr. and Mrs. W. C. daughter of Clinton, who are ing the summer in Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mr Fultz, South Garden made a motor trip to to visit her sister, Mrs. W ] neT. Mr. Fultz returned to laski early this week but and daughter renmined in Aquinas Catholic church. Following for a longer visL the business meeting, five tables were, placed for cards, 500 being the diver-I Miss Jean Wible spent sion. First and second high score lteoon and Wednesday in honors were awarded to Mrs, D.J. "h former schoolmates. 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