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.16, 1951 BS- church, will meet basement Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m. Devo. in charge of Mrs. Hostesses to Scroggin, Miss Mrs. Harry S. Mar. T. A. Scroggin, Mrs and Mrs. Roy is called to mem- Never-Grow-Old So. due to the Fall Fes. month the meeting one week earlier on 31, at 2:30 p. m. will meet in home of Mrs. Walter i her mother, Mrs. G. i a as hostess. She will[ by Mrs. T. A. Scrog- ! picnic of the House i club will be held 17, at the Tomlin- Center. At noon dinner will be served. business meeting will in the afternoon. meeting of lodge No. 313, in the IOOF Hall on 17, at 8 p. m. be a celebration for having birthdays in July and August. Workers Class of church met on the of Tuesday, August 7, of Mr. and Mrs. Lee tour miles north of the were in charge of After the business refreshments were serv- next meeting will be home of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon, August mimbers of the 20th Club were entertained Anna Fuhrer Five Hun- played with prizes be- Mrs. T. A. Scroggin, Smith and Mrs. C. .John Scheetz of Latham entertain the members of tlh.erleaf Club at her home .' afternoon, August 27th. , re Guild of St. ohn's qda church will meet on "t,_y, August 21, at 7:30 p. ?ruth Mrs. Frank Talmage. le Arn . .... erican Legion Auxili- ,Wlll meet Monday evening, [ 27 instead of the first ,'Y in September to give VeS more "time to 'plan and %1,,. for the Fall Festival to a Sept. 6-7-8. 11  POthoIders Club will meet t:e.'ntsd, ay, August 22 at 2 p.m. ]Io hrae of Mrs. David Hawk 1 t h Washington street. Mrs. L r Butler will be the assist- "tess. Worms from "]lnks". LOCAL NEWS Miss Jessie Turley, a member of the faculty of the Mount Pu- laski consolidated grade school returned Saturday from Normal where she took an 8.weeks' summer course of study at the Normal university. Mrs. William F. Binder and Miss Mildred VanHook left on Tuesday for Chicago to visit un- til the last of the week. Bertrum Baker, in the Army Air Corps, who served in Alaska the past 27 months, visited south' of the city all last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Baker. He is being transfer- red and left Saturday for Max- well Air Field, Montgomery, Ala. Miss Florence Wagner, Miss Zenobia Zimmermann, Miss Jes- sie Turley and Mrs. Florence Pinney, all school teachers, left last Saturday on an auto trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota and other points of interest. They expect to be gone about two week Dr. anti Mrs. M. . Wait of Hamilton, visited here the week end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. Margaret and Edith Wait returned home with their parents after a week's visit with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Landes of Chillicothe, arrived Saturday afternoon to visit her grandmo- ther, Mrs. Rell Beidler. The same evening all three went to New Salem State Park and witnessed the production of "Forever This Land." Mrs. Edward Holmes returned home last Thursday night from Elwood City, Penn., where she visited two weeks with her hus- band who has been there two months on construction work on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Nancy Hallmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hallmann of Chicago, arrived Sunday for a visi tnorth of the city with her grandmother, Mrs. Willa Cullen, her aunt, Mrs. Edd Dittus and uncle Dean Cullen, and their families. Roy Holmes and Bill Bryson left Saturday night for Elkton, Ky., on a fishing trip. Cornelius Hutter of Cedar Rap- ids, Iowa, visited here during the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hutter. The Logan County Selective Service Board sent its 16th con- signment of 12 men from Lincoln to Chicago for induction, Mon- day. In the group was Denzel Eugene Erlenbush of this city. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman departed Tuesday in their auto on a trip to the western states. They will first visit the Black Hills in South Dakota; then to Yellowstone Park, Glacier Na- tional Park and other interesting points. They will travel in Wash- ington, Oregon and California, lso. Mrs. Donald Rorn was confin- ed to her home several days the first of the week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shull A TRIBUTE WORTHY OF YOUR AFFECTION Your last gesture of devotion must be flawless in its dignity. Services in our lovely chapel conform to the highest standards of tranquil efficiency. They measure up to your sincere desire for a fitting tribute. Family and friends will long remember the perfectionyou will appreciate the strain-easing guidance. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Scbahl; Funeral Home and daughter, Dorothy, visited in Bloomington on Sunday with Mrs. Shutl s sister, Mrs. Boyd Frye and family. They were ac- companied home by Henry W.i Schafer who had been visiting with his daughter for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry England, Mrs. Jack England and Miss Mildred Schab of Columbus, O., spent Saturday and Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Emma Drobisch, and family: The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Miller, who lives east of the city, was baptized Sunday morning, August 12, following church services at St. Thomas Aquinas church. The Rev. Ed- ward M. Krewer performed the rites. Sponsors were Mrs. Frank. lin Connolley of Springfield and Ralph Johnston of Chicago. The baby was named Mark Bradshaw Miller. James Coogan fell from a lad. der at his locker plant Monday afternoon and sustained a badly sprained right ankle. An X-ray examination was made at St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Willa CuIIen left Monday for Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Master- son, Mrs. Roy McAvoy of Clinton was a guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood. IT'S NOT HOT IT'S NOT HUMID! Our shop is completely air- conditioned for yrmr pleasure and ours, too. You'll be able to relax in cool comfort and we'll be able to serve you with tip-top efficiency. Phone 8"/1 today - we are anxious to help beauty come your way. BOBBIE BEAUTY SHOP No. 13 Over Kresge Mrs. Ruby Crum ...Announcement,,. DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST will have office hours Saturday nights from 7 to 10 P.M. at the office of Dr. E. H. Cox in Mount Pulaski. Call 18R for appointments. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED PINEAPPLE 2000, -49c Campbei] Give em good hot soup. TOMATO SOUP 29c BROWN BEANS ,, 14o nnlll IIIluu CORN =..- 18 Heinz pure tomato KETCHUP 280. Margarine 2-1-15. pkgs. 45c illlll IIIIlu Eatmere colored % lb. priNa , , MARGARINE Kroger Spotlight COFFEE 00.77e ]Kroger super molt BREAD 150 nnnlll SANTA ROSA RED PLUMS Firm golden ripe BANANAS For salads  Red malasa GRAPES . IIIluu lb. 23c 14o lb. 19c Ilia