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Newsy Por00a00 Local / THE TIMES-NEWS. V. PULASKI. ILLINOIS MOTORED OVER NORTHERN ILLINOIS ..... Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mr. Ind Mrs. Paul A. Gruber and niece Helen Shull enjoyed a motor tri on Sunday, that took them over much of the northern part of the state. TEXAS VISITOR RETURNS HOMK Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helver who Tent the week end with the former's dster, Mrs. V. G. Connolley, left on Suhday for their hame in Fort Worth Texas. MOTORED TO KANSAS HOME Mr. and Mrs. Henry Straton am son, Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Rue ]oster, left Friday morning for Bon- er Springs, Kansas to pend several days with Mrs. Stratton's sister, Mrs. : George Row and family. HERE FROM NORTH CAROLINA T 1[ .  VISITING AT | Ot Mc00ELLAR .OME I - Mrs. Catherine SchincUer of v;i 1[ 1[' 1" j [ tur came here Sunday for a few o ys ': ! r-l:nflf11[l(Ygl ,,isit with Mr. and Mrs- Charles Me- I " 'll"'''b'-'l KeUar and other old neibor and | friends, and east of the city with her CAME TO ATTEND | nephew, Frank Waddell and family. MOTHER'S FUNERAL  |FORMER RESIDENT Rev. Edwin and lr Heyne andrVISITING HERE Mrs. Lulu Feigenschuh and daugh- ter Mrs. Gretchen De Laney and two ns, Winston-Salem, N. C., arrived to visit the former's mother, Barbara Kreig and sister, Mrs. Emma Jenner. HOUSE GUESTS AT BERTONI HOME two children, Long Prairie, Minn., ar- rived on Tuesday evening, being cal- led here because of the death of her mother, Mrs. Katherine Loetterle. MOTOR HERE TO VISIT FATHER Mr. and Mrs. Julius Vonderlieth of Cleveland, Ohio, motored to Mt. Pu- laski, arriving last Friday, to visit for a week with his father, A.O. Vonderlieth. RECOVERING FROM FALL THAT INJURED HIP George L. Weikel is able to get a- round once more with the aid of a cane following a fall about a week ago when he hurt his hip severely. He was laid up at home for four or five days. SPRINGFIELD MISSES AT DAMARIN HOME Lois and Anna Marie Butler, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler of Springfield, visited north of the city all last week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Damarin. Mr. Damar- in, wife and sons Virgil and'John, "took the girls home Sunday and spent the day with the Butler family. i House guests in the home of Mr. IST. JOHN'S S. S. TO and Mrs. R. Bertoni are Mr. and Mrs. I PICNIC TOMORROW F. Bedini and Mrs. Waldo Rigali of t The Sunday School of St. John's Chicago. Mrs. Bedini is a sister of t Lutheran church will hold a @icnio at Mr. Bertoni and Mrs. Regali, former- White Oak Bluffs tomorrow after- - lY Miss Wands Ross of this city, is noon. A picnic suoper will be served the wife of Mrs. Bertoni's brother, in the evening and everyone is invit- 1SITORS FROM INDIANA SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kind and Mr. Mrs. Ms, flee Long of Shelby- rills, Ind., were .guests at the H. J. Wible home Sunday. They motored Qver to get Miss Dorothy Long, who Ires been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. Vl. Wible. q;UESTS AT rALMAGE HOME Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watkins and t daug[ter, Marjorie Ann, and Mr. and i C. J. Corrigan, St. Luis are l ting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Frank Talmage. Messrs. Watkins and[ Corrigan returned to .their home on unday evening while the ladies will emain for a longer visit. MRS. T. E. DORAN IMPROVED IN HEALTH Mrs. Thomas E. Doran, who under- went an operation in St. $ohn's hos- pital and for the past several weeks, ]has been reculperating in the home of ter sister in Springfield, returned to home in this city the latter pat last week. Her health is much im- proved. LORENA MCKENNEY VISITING IN KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster, daugh- ter Virginia, Miss Lorena McKenney and Henry Blaclrord motored to Shawneetown on Sunday. Miss Mc- Kenney who is taking a week's vaca- tion from her duties in the post office was met at Shawneetown by an uncle from Henshaw, Ky., where she will visit for a week.. ed to bring a basket lunch. Anyone wishing to attend the picnic and hav- ing no means of transportation should be a the church not later than 1:30. MfTORED TO INDIANAPOLIS SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd and daughter Miss Nina left Sturday afternoon on an aut@ trip to Indiana- polis, Ind., and made a short visit with Mrs. Wynd's brother, Ray Silkey and family. They returned home Sun- day night, accompanied by Mrs. Wynd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Silkey, who had been visiting in Indianapolis since April. V. G. CONNOLLEYS BACK FROM VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Virgil G. Connolley, came home last Friday from Henry, Ill., where they isited for almost a week with her mother, Mrs. Lottie l-xelper. They were accompanied by Mrs. Conolley's brother, Harold Helper and wife of Forth Worth, Tex- as, who had been making a brief vis- it with his mother. The Texas visitors departed for their home Sunday. DORCAS GUILD AT KAUTZ HOME Mrs. Edward Curtis and Mrs. Wil- liam Jones were the honor winners at the semi-monthly meeting of the Dorcas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church which was held on Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Henry Kautz. Jr., North Garden street. The diversion was Rook at four tables. The next Guild meeting will be held in the homb of Mrs. Walter A. Scha- fer, North Vine street. VISITING SISTER IN CHICAGO Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buckles and Miss Florence Van Hook went to Chi- cago on Saturday to visit several days with Mrs. Buckles' sister, Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry. Clarence Cecil and Emogene who have been visiting their aunt for the @ast several wee}s, will return home with them. BACK FROM 10 DAY TRIP Frederick LiIp and Wilford Ten- dick returned home Friday from a ten day's auto trip to Zanesville, Ohio, where they visited the former's cousin Kenneth Huck and family. Kenneth Huck, Jr., returned home with them for a visit with his many relatives, and he also accompanied them to Louisville, Ky., and the Mammoth Cave, and large cities enroute. ATTENDED LOETTERLE FUNERAL YESTERDAY Among he numerous friends com- ing from a distance to attend the fun- eral of Mrs. Katherine Loetterle on Wednesday afternoon were Rv. and Mrs. Richard Brenner, son Clifford and her mother Mrs. Mary Yauch of Peoria. Rev. Brenner is a former pas- tor of the Zion Lutheran church in this city. Also Mrs. Minnie Baehmann and Rev. Walter Heyne of Decatur, and numbers of relatives and ac- quaintances from Lincoln, Decatur, Chestnut, Beason, Latham arid other places. lm RETURN TO HOME IN OHIO Mrs. Ms,rice Mills, Columbus and Gerald Major, Circleville, Ohio, left Friday for their home following a ten day's visit with her sister, Mrs. C. W. Upp. During the time of their tay in Mt. Pulaski, they were visited by Mrs. Frank Bobb of Decatur, who was a schoolmate of both Mrs. Majors and Irs. Upp in Circleville, Ohio. VISITED AT DURCHHOLZ HOME Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durcholz North Belmont street com Thursday until Monday were his brothers, Joseph Durcholz, Cincinnati; Phillip Durchholz and son Joseph, Ferdinand, Ind., and her sisters, Mrs. Anna Gude and Mrs. Francis Leina- back also from Ferdinand. They alo visited east of the city with the la- dies' brother, Michael Schlachter and family. M. E. LADIES' AID ELECT OFFICERS At the meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church held Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. William Heiserman, the follow- ing officers were elected for the en- suing year: President, Mrs. John T. Hershey; vice-president, Mrs. George E. Suedmeier; secretary, Mrs. C. W. Upp, treasurer, Mrs. G. F. Wait; trustees, Mrs. Minta Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth VoUe, Mrs. Della Deibert; 1 Roundel committee, Miss Etta Upp,] Mrs. P. A. Gruber. . CITY CARAGE COME and TRY Our HI-TEST TYDOL--More Pep---blore Miles per Gallon at the Same Pri as Other Gases. Come and try it for yourself, pyroil insures no friction on your motor No Carbon on your pistonsMore Revolutions per minute--carts heat and friction on our motor to a minimum. If you change at 5{}0 miles we guarantee it to run 2000 miles. Sold by CARL MASON George Bader, a former resident of Mr. Pulaski, who has been living in St. Louis, Mo., for a number of years, arrived in the city Sunday to visSt old neighbors and friends. Before coming here he spent a few days in Peoria with his sister, Mr Joseph Rouleau and family CALLED HOME BY HUSBAND'S ILLNESS Mrs. Thomas Wallace, Memphis, Tenn., who arrived here about, a week ago for a visit of several weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hughes, was called home on Tuesday evening, because of the illness of her husband. VISITORS AT FRAZIER HOME Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frazier of Decatur were Sunday visitors in the home of his brother, C. L. Frazier and family, South Spring street. Oth- er guests in the Frazier home are her sisters Misses Minnie and Evelyn Osborn of Decatur. RETURNS FROM CHAMPAIGN VISIT Mrs. Lloyd E. Lamkins of Cham- paign motored to Mt. Pulaski Mon- day, bringing home her mother, Mrs. Hester A. Evans, who had been visit- ing there for several days. Mrs.] Lamkins returned to Champaign on Wednesday. MRS. JOHN KERSCHNER ENTERTAINS W. C. T. U. The regular monthly neeting of the Mt. Pulaski W. C. T. U. was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. John Kerschner, several miles west of the city. The members arrived in time to partake of a delicious dinner, after which the business session was held and a social time enjoyed. ATTENDS LUNCHEON AT MIDDLETOWN Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp attended a luncheon on Tuesday at Middletown given by the Tuesday Afternoon Woman's club of that city. The pro- gram during the afternoon was fur- nished by Prof. George Anson of Weslyan University, Bloomington, who gave a piano recital consisting of nine numbers in groups of three. Prof. Anson gave a description of each group before rendition. VISITORS AT WEIDENBACHER HOM E Mr. and Mrs. John Glass and daugh ter Pauline, of Spring4ield, accompan- ied by Mr. and Mrs. L. Peters of Mil- waukee, spent Friday with Mrs. Matilda Weidenbacher, Mrs. Minnie Rodgers and Louis F. Weidenbacher and family. Mr. Peters has been transfered from Milwaukee to St. Louis and they will make their future home their. F.RMER MT. PUnS00is,00 Taw hip St ts I STOPS FOR VISIT HS UH Lee Hutchings, a former well At Ch known Mt` Pulaskian, was in the city Tuesday on .the way to his home in [ Effilllam from t motor trp to Madi- A complete program of township i sop., Wisconsin, near where he enjoy- stunts follows: [ ed ten days of fishing. He was accom- i Mt. Pulaski township---Mrs. Lorah i panied on the outing by his parents iLiDp, chairman. "Vocal Solo"--Wil-i Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchings. While bur Stoll. "Vocal Duet--Witbur Stoll, t stopping in the city on a short time Mrs. Wilhem Kautz. he met many of his old friends Atlanta township--Mrs. John Hob- ! lit, chairman. "Sanish Dance" by t Better Babies Carolyn Mountjoy. i Chester township--Mrs. A. L. I f Brown, chairman. "Fun on the Farm" Con ence At --Mary Louise Wieber, Irene Hardy, i Dolores Marer, Jeanette Cooper, i Ill. State Fair Ha00l Kurt00, Katherine Read, Kather-! ins Robertson, Mrs. Geo. Maurer, i Edna Wilmert. Registration for the Better Babies Crwin township--Mrs. Fanny Conference a{ the Illinois State Fair i Binns, chairman. Reading, "The i Springfield, August 20th to 27th Readhead"--Billy Querry. cmsed last Saturday with 805 appli i East Lincoln townshi.--Mrs. Har- cations on file, with more expected ry Larison. chairman. "In the Russia" in the mail which were posted too ---Glen Miller, Hartford Larison, Bet- late for receipt at headquarters, Sat- ty Jo Larisom urday, according to an announcement Elkhart and Hurlbut townships-- by the State Department of Public Mrs. Fred Lanterman, Mrs. James Health. I taylor, Mrs. Julia Harwood, commit- The conference .... quota this year was tee. What Happened in the Minuet" set at 800, and since the famhtms of --Julia Fuleher, Ethelgard Berry, he conference have been planned on Dorabelle Taylor, Alberta Laffey. that basis, a number of belated a,vpli- Eminence township--Mrs. L.W. cations have been returned to the Layman, Mrs. Gus Adams, comm-i parents. A definite appointment will be given every child entered for ex- amination with the date and hour specified. The Better Babies Conference has ,been one of he outstanding features of the State Fair since its inception a few years ago. The people of Mr. Pulaski have always taken a great interest in the conference, and until this year many babies of this city and community have been entertd for examination and the apportunity of getting some of the coveted prizes. Since the Better Babies Conference was started, Mr. Pulaski vicinity has had the honor of twice winning the grand prize, a record to be very proud of. There are many fine babies here who should have been entered this year, but why the parents gener- ally did not take any interest is hard to understand. Each Sunday since the registration openl, the Springfield pacers contained a list of all babies entered, but Mt. Pulaski seldom ap- peared. In last Sunday's Springfield Journal the name of only one Mt. Pulaskian appeared, as follows: Marilyn Jean Buckles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buckles, Rfd. 3, Mt. Pulaski. There was only one from Lake Fcrk, as follows: LaVerne Olive Handlin, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Myrle E. Handlim Also in the list was the name of a former Mr. Pulaski family, as follows: Jean Mildred Loetterle, daughter of Mr. and Mrm Alfred W. Loetterie, Decatur. Non-poisonous snakes, such as bull snakes, blue racers and garter snakes, have fangs and can bite. Their bite is not more dangerous than that of most wild animals. In a general way it may be said that there is considerable danger in being bitten by any ani- mal or reptile. Special Subscription Rate tee. "Spanish Guitar" --Edmond Kruse and assistants. Laenna township---Mrs. Esther Waddell, chairman. "Miniature Min- strels'--Margaret Davis, Della Kiick, Grace Stolz, Esther Waddel. Pianist, Else Allison. Oran township--Mrs. George Cur- ry, chairman. "Backward" -- Mrs. Clarence Best, Edna Gelsthorpe, Mrs. R. E. Guy, Mrs. Harold Keys, Evelyn Martin, Mrs. Carl Smock, Mrs. James Parks, Mrs. R. E. Jett, Mrs. Keith Loveless, Mrs. William Martin, Mrs. Bert Dennen, Mrs. Hazel Behrens, Laurine Reichle, Frances Keys, Gene- vieve Best, Mrs. Yeradine Fox, Mrs. Edward Reichle. Pianist, Catherine Curry. West Lincoln townsh --Mrs. Frank Klemm, chairman. "Postville For the month of August will be at the rate of THLrRSDAY Win Camp Joseph Lanterman of of Mr. and Mrs. Fred has been awarded the eign Wars citation as the ,best at the Jefferson Barracks Military Training Camp. Russell J. Cr.der of judged the best first-year Company A and Lanterman pany C. Richard Tuttle of Atlanta warded a medal for taking place in the high jump and vey won awards for first in yard free style and 40 yard stroke swims. RICH SOIL IN ILLINOIS IS DUE TO i The famous black soil parts of Illinois is one of results of the glaciation in Pleistccence time, says a ment bulletin. Western and Illinois was once a ver" s o formed by a great sheet of invaded the region from the east, bringing with it much material. %then the ice burden of drift was drovped as' ly even sheet over the entirel forming what is known as plain." On this plain the -as at first poor, and tions prevailed. Later, sion by numerous streams what better drainage trenched interstream areaS- this dissection  relatively deposit was formed, ly of dust blown up from on the river flats. This dust settled on the slopes and on uplands, mantling them though not everywhere, with loamy covering on which son developed a black In Shakespeare's time and years afterward "carry" in tl of take, escort, guide or recognized in literary usage. Kitchen Band"--Leader, Mrs. Fredis! regarded as archaic or Mercer. Prairie Creek township---Mrs. Lo-land in the United States gan Chesnut, chairman. "Vocal Solo" i limited almost entirety to the --Delzena Grigsby. ern states. Orvil township---Mrs. David Van Ger.n, chairman. "How They Court- Lake Fork township--MisS ed"--Written by Mrs. Komnick. Handlin. Sheridan township---Josie Caldwell, c  airman. "Flute solo"--Thos. Bevan. "'gead3ng'---Eugenia Nelde Aetna township---Mrs. Chas. Col- burn, chairman. Chestnu Male Oc- teLte---Rev. L. G. Strouse, director. 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