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AU6UST 41, I EVENTS and Mrs. Dean Foster witness- boat races at Havana on Sun- Shorney, Fairbury, was a guest in the home of O. W. K. Connolley of the Con- Drug Company, was off of last week taking a vacation. It. and :rs. E. G. Daniels, of Mound, motored here Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. {Z Swinney. Vollee and Paul Wessbecher a recent business trip to Fair- and vicinity. Mildred Gehlbach of Lincoln with her sister, Mrs. Talmage and family. Anna Beidler who has been in Lincoln with Mrs. Emma has returned to this city. and Joseph McCullough of are visiting their grand- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Manes: Louise Walsh, Alexander, is guest in the home of her bro- Ralph WaSh, North Vine street. George Miller and children, Ind., are visiting in the home sister, Mrs. Walter M. Dro- A. F. Schiltz and son Frank, are visiting this week in the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Vernon Van Hook of are siting their uncle and Dr. Forest C. Van Hook and Ridgeway. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Schaffenacker, underwent operation Monday at St, hospital in Lincoln. Paul Schwartz of Champaign in the city Sunday to visit. Week with his grandparents, Mrs. J. C. Swinney. Alma M. Reinders and Mrs. E. Beidler motored to Spring- last Friday and visited the lot- daughter, Mr W. E. Fry. Helen Turley returned to her Springfield last Friday even- a visit of several days grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hahn. Lydia Hagel came home a few sisters, Mrs. Alfred Dietrich 1 since from a two week's visit i and in Chicago with Adalia Hoist. Della Anderson, stenograph- Farmer' Bank, who was ill on Friday with an attack of is much improved ac- to reports received from her and Mrs. Alfred Loetterle and Decatur, are at the home Mrs. Catherine Loet- Lafayettte street. Mrs. has been quite ill the past and Mrs. Howard Dickson and /arion, of Springfield, too- this city Sunday and visited sister, Mrs. James H. and husband. Herter and grandson of Ed. Hodge of Gary, Charles Butler of Spring- former residents of this city Week ed visit with former and relatives. LUcas of Chicago, came down end to join his wife and who have been visiting arm friends here. They re- Mr. Lucas is cannec- the Central in the Sumski and daughte-r, Cumstay of Lincoln, on Wednesday at a meet- Good Will Society which ha the home of the home of daughter, Mrs. Claude :  ........ TIME&.NEWS, ST. IdLAII, ILLINOIS Geo. Blout whe is employed in lloway spent Sunday at Hallsvill. the Emden sitar, a two mite stretch Peoria is enjofmg his vacation in Mr. and Mr Ross Rau were Sun- of highway which will connect th the home of his parents, Rev. and day evening visitors at Henry Davis. town with route 121. The spur will Mrs. H. M. Blout. Mrs. Harry Johnston is quite sick I be built by O'Connor & Son. Mr. and Mrs. E.  O. Mayer and Ro- at the home of her parents in La Route 121 has now been opened to bert Snyder were in Champaign on tb.am, traffic from the McMath corner, 2 1-2 miles southeast of Hartsburg, north- Sunday to visit with the formetes Oma Heft, Helen Heiserman sr, d ward all the way to the Tazewell son, Robert. father, s.ent Friday afternoon in county line. The slb has been laid Mrs. W. F. Binder is visiting this Maro Albert Anderson received word into Tasewell county a distance of week in Chicago with her brother,  3 I-2 miles, although this section has Walter Benzinger and sister-in-lzw, Sunday of the death of a relative in i not yet been opened. Mrs. Frawcis Schmidt. Indiana. To Maintain Gap The Winners Bible class of the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miles and Deer Creek gap on Route 121 east Methodist church will meet on Wed- daughter of Lincoln, spent Friday of Lincoln has been taken up with the nesday afternoon Aug. 10, in the evening at Geo. Heilman's. highway department, and arrangt L- home of Mrs. A. S. Combs, Chestnut Cloud Birks and family of MoImmet ments nTade to maintain the stretch. street, i Mrs. Chris WRyeR, daughter, Eft- who were visiting in Itham, were A representative from the state high- een, and son Jack, of Fort Dodge, callers Sunday at Henry Heilman's. way mainterrar, ce departments has Iowa, came yesterday for a short via- Margaret lsenhour returned to Geo! inspec zi the gap. The state will it at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heilman's Tuesday after spending I furnish material for resurfacing, and Wib six weeks with Mrz S. E. Dowds near  this will be maintained by the county. Junior Drake has returned to the Altamont, i Hear Suit Aug. 29 home of his grandparents, Mr. and The Kenney Cheese factory has Judge Frank Lindley set August 29 lrs. Charles Brooker following a via- ceased to oprate. Alba Byrue, hauler at 1:30 as the date for hearing the it of several months in Detroit with through here is now hauling tha ! condemnation suit required to clear up milk to the factory at Illiopolis. right of way on Route 4 entering relatives. Miss Pearl Snyder left early this Rain and hail at Glenn Raus and Lincoln on the north and on the con- week for Waukegan following a vicinity Thursday evening. A : necting route at the west edge of Lin- three week's vacation visit with her gentle rain moGt of Sunday night c=ln to link Routes 4 and 120. father, Charles Snyder and sister and Monday morning, avd a down ' With this suit in court it is expect- Ms. Robert Tribbett, pour Tuesday afternoon, ed the highway department will ask for bids soon on these local projec'. Mrs. Anna Eminger and grand. l'ne Religious Telescope of July daughter, June Ann Eminger, and 30 reported that Benjamin SaRford, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Anderson visit4d of Galesburg was seriously injured CENTRAL FIREMAN HURT AT MT. PULASKI in Maroa on Thursday with the for-in an automobile accident and In the mer's brothers and sister, C. D., C. hospital there. Word received Yion- Forest Horn, fireman on the Illinois F., and Mrs. Della Scbenck. ey from Mrs. Sanford stated that Central railroad who suffered a Mrs. Carl Lipp was hostess on the ccident happened Monday after-wrenched back and bodily hurts Wed- Wednesday evening to the members noon July 18 when Ben and another nesday when he fell off the trestle cf the MuGams Club. Cards were the boy were going to the lake to swim.: whioh spans the subway over the diversion and at the close of play Their car collided with a truck that tracks at Mt. Pulaski is recovering honors were awarded to Mrs. Ruth drove out in front of them with no nicely. Ing and Mrs. Ellis Downing. The warning. The anford car was de- The accident occurred about 8:30 club was invited to the home of Mrs. molished. Renj. received a cut acro- p. m. while his train was stopping in the forehead, slight concussion cuts the yards here. Horn apparently mis- F. E. Downing for the next meeting, on the arm and his chest was injur- judged the distance to the south edge ed from being pinned beneath the of the trestle where there is no pro- VISITORS HERE steering-wheeL He also had a tooth tecting railing. The depth of the cut FROM COLLINSVILLE knocked out. The other boy eseapod at this point is about 20 feet. He was Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crawe and with only scratches. Benj. remained in taken to the Clinton hospital for care. daughters, Gladys and Norma Jean the hospital from Monday until Fri- of Collinsville, Ill, have been visiting day. He is able to be up nd around )PENING DENTIST during the past week with Mrs. AI- and receive company although it OFFICE AT LATHAM vada Crowe and family, must be quiet. Rev. and Mrs. San- ford were both at Elliott, where he Dr. Paul B. Berryhill of Decatur S nday S ho 1 w holding a m,ing, Mrs. ,ord has oned an o in ,tham, l,., C O having gone there with friends the for a general practice of Dentistry. Class Has Picnic " f Dr Beh,ll is well kno in n Rev. Sanfo begins a meeting at county and will fill a growing need in ------'-- Center Chapel, U. I of Maroa, Aug. the community of Latham. Children of the junior Sunday 8. Sunday school at 9:30 next Sunday Dr. Berryhill will share the office School class of the Christian church and Christian Endeavor as usual. On- of Dr. Pope on Thursday of each to the number of thirty, were treated ty 13 went from here to Sharon for week and Saturday by appointment. to a picnic on Friday at the Scroggin- the Union service last Sunday. Rev. Volle cabin on Salt Creek. Mrs. Ctton of Illini was chairman. Speak- CARD OF THANKS Frank Hutchinson and Mrs. Ann era were Rev. Morgan, a Presbyterian We wish to express our heartfelt Eminger, superintendents, were as" minister and Mr. Cheynoweth of De- thanks to the good neighbors and slated with the entertainment of the catur. Music was furnished from each friends for their many acts of kind- children" by Mrs. Ray Tribbet, Mr& church, all except Harmony, whooe nes8 and sympathy extended during Frank Rentshler, Mrs. Russell RaM, numbers failed to materialize. A i the sickness and following the th Mrs. Dan Bhckford, Miss Louise young man from Buffalo also sang.o f our beloved sister, Martha Jane Goodpter, Miss Nellie Horn, Miss Hazel Abel, Mrs. Eliza Randolph, lllini is to be the hostess next yr. [ W. l Brothers and Sisters. Miss Lucile Marshall and Mr. and C.W. Upp and nephew Gerald Ma- Mrs. Frank lurley. Children present were: MariIyn jor were Springfield visitors on Wed- FOUND---A rory. Call at Times- Buckles, Virginia Underhill, Hilma nesday. News oee.  Wilham, Alice and Gladys Stockton, ............... Irma and Marjorie Ryan, Bernadine and Margaret Housei, Margaret and Robert Abel, J. Norman Kolp, Harold Horn, Billie McKinley, Anna Louise TUBES TESTED and Junior Mattingly, Don Goodpa- ter, Tommy Deibert, J. W. Stley, George Rule, Vivian Buckles, Char- lotte Millard, Jackie Rothwen, Don- ald and Paul Ross, Frank Wmym Smith, Delmar Rentshler, Eugene Conaway, Wayne Ross, Herbert Ran- kin, Cerese Glose, Mrjorle Penni- Snyder's Music Store man, June Ann Eminger. SLY YOUR Phone 310 It. Pulaski, Ill. MILK OF MAGNESIA ............ AT "RADIO HEADQUARTERS" Pen's Rexall DrUg Store LITY MARKET SIDE SQUARE PHORE 81 HOME KIIED MEATS No Sacrifice in Quality--But More for Your Mousy Pay the Higiet Prices for Yoar ButcherinK Cattle and Veal LB. 100 LB. 10 LARGE JUICY IT8 LB. 12 FRANK- LB. 10 FORTS 10c PICNIC LB. 1200c HAMS Mr. and ,,re. J.,,- w,. whe[ AUSTIN NEWS lrading Work were married several  go, lmve| moved to Lincoln. | Henry Voile, .nk s... J, sarah R,,trame, .nd mother apent On Emden Spur Fuhrer and J. M. Rothwell left 'Ie | Sunday evening with Mrs. dunie. day for a fishing trip to {ulver Beme | Herman CaRoleR and Luther Gal- Grading work is now being done on Market That Reduced th e Price on Good Meat8 EXTRAORD00qARY SALE CONTINUEE; THRU AUGUST 1O to 33100% OFF on 00nunmen/s Markers Memorials RUND& BARNETT "AL EDWAR ,u== IRed Cros Flour HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY / Shipment ArriYes Paul Edward Fuhrer will rearm her for some time his sixth birthda;  " anniversary which occurred on Fri- day, July 29, as it meant a full day for him and also his mother, Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer, who gave a party for the little fellow. There Were eighteen children who gathered at'the Fuhrer home to assist Paul Edward to fit- tingly celebrate th day each and every one of them brought ffi gift. Mrs. Fuhrer was assisted by Mira Anna Fuhrer in chaperoning the youngsters and superintending their play ground game A birthday cake, in fact two of them, and other dainty refreshments were all important and were eagerly awaited by the group, Paul Edward who will start to school this fall, is vnxiously awaiting the opening day cf school. Those present at the party were: Rhoda and Jane Schaffenacker, Mar. flyn BuRbler, Dorothy Wanda Glose, Joan Romer, Francis Meiter, Betty and Bobble Keek, Merle Lucas, Carl- ton Drake, Frank and Danny Voile, Richard and Kenneth Connolley, Ril- lie and Richard Merriman and Dale The first carload of flour to be i- ven to the needy in Logan county ar- rived in Lincoln last Saturday. This flour is to be distributed to the needy of Logan county tFdu the members of the board of su viors assisted by other organizations. The Red Cross requires offic re- ceipts as a permanent record showing the names, addresses, number in fam- ily, township residence and the signa- ture of the supervir. , It is intended to distribute as much of the flour as possible from the era, direct, which must be unloaded by Tuesday night. This flour is milled from the sur- plus wheat held by the Farm Board and is delivered at Lincoln without cost. The purpose is to relieve the needy and distressed and no flour ea be given to families able to purcha food supplie Fuhrer. Regali, and other kinsfolk. Mrs. Waldo Regali of Chicago ar- rived here Wednesday evening to vi it for two week's with her sister-in- taws, Mrs. 1_ Bertoni and Miss Ildt GOFF FUNERAL HOME WlLBERT H. SCHAHL,. Ass't "To Serve Humanity Better" Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 Quality Highest  Prices Lowest West Side Heat Harket All our Meats are Home Killed RENDERED SPARE RIBS MEATY 3 LBS. LIVER SLICEO BUTTER FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS Buy Your Meats and Meet Your Friends at LARD 20c 6 20c 22c UNDERHILL'S SAVINGS.... YES.00 and more than that Expect more than just low prices and quality products at BLUE RIB- BON GROCERS. The big feature of these home-owned stores is the friendly, personal service and interest in your welfare . . and, regu- lar savings, Hke those listed below, can be found at your nearby BLIE RIBBON STORE. FREE GERTO JELLO FREE MAZOLA PIGKLES PIGKLE8 ooo Whole Dill RIOE KRISPIES P g. 9C GRAPE-NUT FLAKES 9c New and delightful ce--l. Tastes like good old Grape Nuts. MARGARIN C, ompanion Nut 1 lb. 10c 2 Ibs. AUGUST 5&6 i i i J _ PORK &, BEANS ' 2 1G-oz. cans 11 No. 2 can "le small, sweet, tender kind! If you want the finest flavor insist on Blue Ribbon. Companion PINK SALMON ".,,, .. lOc PEANUT BUTTER =oz ,,,, 21C This large jar goes a long way. It's mighty fine, tc. Wildfire APRIOOTS No 170 TOILET SOAP 19c 3 bars for Always use Lux for a lovely complexion. AMERIGA'8 CUP GOFFEE 38c America's Cup Coffee is the famous "Cup That Cheers!" A 10c package of Blue Ribn Orange Black Pekoe Tea given to you without cost when you buy a can of America's Cup Coffee. Per Bottle 24c All Flavors 3 Packages 22c AN" AIRSHIP--WITH THE PUURCHASE OF 3 PACKAGES OF JEJ-LO. Qtart Can, 39c Pint can, 22c Companion Thrown Sweet tlinrol, giotttttttettt Q00o. B. S. G RO C F_,Ry IAncoin, Imno Mt. Pulsli, Illinois 19c f