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PAGE TWO MOUNT IrLIKI TI-I'WS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postomce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J'. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months .......................... 75e Six Months .............................. $1.25 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Karl Jenkins and children Joy and Jimmy, Riney- ville. Ky., visited south of the city part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers and oth- er relatives and friends. Nicholas Hubbard and nephew George Hubbard. Gene Clear and grandson, Dick Ey, left Sunday on an auto trip to states in the south and to Mexico City, Mexi- co. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Willis Ayers. living south of the city, has returned home from Paxton, Nebr., where he was looking after land interests. % : James Mitchell of this com- munity, showing Chester White hogs at the county fair last week, received the following awards: Spring boar pig, after Feb. 1, '51; Champion boar; breeder feeder litter, barrow, gilt and boar of same litter after Feb. i, 1951. The Humphreys family reun- ion was held Sunday, Aug. 5, at the home of John E. Humphreys in Waynesville. 36 relatives were in attendance, from, Champaign, Clinton, Decatur, Springfield, Middletown, Elkhart, French's ,Chapel vicinity, Lincoln, and, Milwaukee, Wis. Officers elected for 1952 are: Clarence Kerschner, Middletown, President; Mrs. Clar ': ence Kerschner, vice-president; Mrs` Boyce Humphreys, Clinton, secretary. In the Domestic Arts depart- ment at the county fair Miss Anna Fuhrer was awarded a prize on a crocheted rag rug, no silk, Mrs. James Pugh was called to Fulton, Ky., Wednesday, Aug. 8, by the death that day of her sis- ter.in-law, Mrs. Elmer Hooper. The Middletown Homecoming, sponsored by the American Leg- ion, will be held Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday, Aug. 23-24-25. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jenner on Garden Street were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clow, Jr., of Ferguson; Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Clow and children of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. THEATRE TIM MOUNT PULJWla . NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL PJ. G. Clow, Sr., of O'Fallon. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn and children, Dick, Suzanne, Warren and Sheila, returned to their home in Quincy last Thurs- day, following a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August H. Hahn, and sister. Mrs. Donald Mc Cormick. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Dennison of Lake Fork had as guest last week, their nephew, Claude Lin der. and friends, Luther and Charles Singleton of Burnsville, West Virginia. Dr. Dennison and the Singleton brothers attended grade school together. The \\; three men are now over 80 years old. Mrs. Arthur F. Brittain and daughter Ann of Chicago, are on a month's trip to the Pacific Coast. They first went to Banffff and Lake Louise in British Col- umbia, Canada, going from there to Hume, Calif., to visit for two weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wacaser, at their summer home in the moun- tains. The Wacasers are form- er Mount Pulaskians, Mrs. Wa- caer being the former Miss Es- tella Sryder. Mrs. Brittain was Carolyn Snyder of Mount Pu. laski. Gustavus B. Stuart, faculty members of Elgin high school, who took a six weeks' summer course of study at the University of Colorado, arrived home sev- eral days ago to visit his par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stuart, and grandmother, Mrs. Emma Drobisch. He is employed this week at the Illinois State Fair. Hundreds of people from the Mount Pulaski area are attend- ing the State Fair this week. Cpl. Phillip D. Vandeventer, U. S. Army, on military police duty in Korea for more than 8 months, arrived in Seattle, July 26, reaching home August 8, and is visiting his father, John Van- deventer, north of the city. He was released from service as an inactive reserve, and is subject to call. Cadet George Robert Underhill who attends the West Point Mil- itary Academy in New York, vis- ited ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Underhill at Pasadena, Calif. He arrived in Mount Pulaski Saturday to visit his sister, Mrs Herbert Ayers, and family, and will re- port back at West Point by Aug. 27 to begin his senior year at the academy. Vaughan Walch was in Osh- kosh, Wis., Sunday, Aug. 12 and attended the Walch family re- union. He was accompanied home by his wife's father, Geo. INGRAM'S S[ELGAS SERYlCE Mount Pulaski FIDY AND SATUIAY  O|O August 17 and 18 Leo Garcey and Huntz Hall |N SPAIN ,  _q.,/ in  "Bowery Battalion" plus  "SHAKEDOWN" with Howard Duff, Brian Donlevy and Cartoon Without our customers, we would have no business, there- fore the customer is our first consider=tion. i i ii, i Bull Fighting Did Not Originate In Spain Bull fights were common a- mong the Thessalonians before 300 B.C. The Moors introduced bull fighting into Spain in the 8th century. 1. "Handy Book of Curious Information" - Win. S. Walsh. [NGRAM'S SKELGAS SERVICE SUNDAY . MONDAY August 19 and 20 "Td Climb The Highest Mountain" (In Technicolor) with Susan Hayward, William, Lundigan, Rory Calhoun and Lynn Bari Holand of Waupan, Wis., who is raking a short visit. Mayor Fred Froehlich and son David, left Monday on a week's trip to Kenora. Ontario, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Hein, Jr.. of Peoria, are visiting his par- ents in Chestnut this week. On Monday, Erick, his mother, and brother, Johnny, called on rela- tives in Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Louis Leimbach of Chest- nut left Saturday for Omaha. Neb., to visit her son, Cleatus and wife. Merlin Kennett accompanied by three friends from Chicago, visited the weekend southwest of the city with his mother, Mrs. Waiter Fisher. They also at- tended the State Fair. Don Neaville, Orville Bande- low and John Drabing, who have been in the Naval Reserves for a number of months and had to report in Springfield each Mon- day night, left Sunday for two weeks' training at Great Lakes. Miss Nellie Watson of Indian- apolis, Ind., who is making a two weeks' vacation with her mother. Mrs. Lina Watson. call- ed on friends in this city Mon- day. Mrs. Celia Voile and daughter, Miss Reva, of Kalamazoo, Mich., arrived August 8 for a vacation visit east of the city with the former's daughter, Mrs. W. G. Matthews, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dillsaver and daughters of Springfield, vis- ited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver. James Baker, who attends the Milwaukee School of Engineer- ing in Milwaukee, Wise., visited WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY August 22 and 23 "Fourteen Hours" with Paul Douglas, Richard Base- hart, Debra Paget and Agnes Moorehead THURSDAY, J south of the city ove end with his parent Mrs. Waiter Baker. I'I" PAY5 TO - LADIES- MRS. COMSTOCK FROM THE HOME ECONOMICS PARTMENT OF Westinghouse WILL BE AT OUR STORE AUGUST 31 - 9 A.M, TO 4 DEMONSTRATING SEWING MACHINES. Remember the date and come in sometime during demonstration. It will be greatly to 1tour interest 3 CHEVROLET TRUCKS I i ii i i Produced by the WORLDS Largest Manufacturer of Trucks -Ton Pick-up . . . . $1398.65 ,mmmm. 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