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PE FOUR Newsy Portrayal of ! L ocal Happeningsj SPENT THREE DAYS IN CHICAGO Mrs. Jane Holler and daughter, .Mrs. Reide Wilson, visited in Chica- go Saturday, Sunday and Monday with the former&apos;s granddaughter, Mrs. Herman Hemple, and family. VISITED HERE WITH SISTER Mrs. Simon L. Adler and son Rob- ert, of Chicao, arrived in the city Monday evening to make a visit of two weeks with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Myers. VISITORS FROM SPRINGFIELD WEEK-END Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holmes, sons Charles and Kenneth, and daughter Mary Louise, of Springfield, visited here Saturday and Sunday with the former's varents, Mr and Mrs Charles Holmes. ' ENTERTAINS AT PAJAMA PARTY Virginia Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster. entertained four girl friends at a pajama and slumber party which was in session from Friday evening to Saturday noon. Her guests were Jean Hahn, Ruth Ann Volle, Helen Shull and Marjorie Ann Watkins. ACE HIGH CLUB AT GRUBER HOME On Friday evening, August 12th, the members of the Ace High Bridge Club were entertained by Mrs. Henry C. Gruber at her home on East Morgan street, with the honors going to Mrs. Floyd E. Downing and Mrs. Ruth Long. Mrs. Long will be the next club hostess. VISITED WITH SISTEI HERE Mr. and Mrs. Dane Myrick and THE TIMES-NEWS, MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS Now Facing Murder Indictments JUNIOR DEPARTMENT ENJOYS PICNIC The girls of the Junior degart- ment of the Methodist Episcopal church Sunday School went to the Scroggin-Votle cabin on Salt creek Monday evening and enjoyed a pic- i nic supper. They remained all night and held a slumber party. Tuesday morning a bacon and egg breakfast THURSDAY EXPRESSION OF We wish to herewith sincere gratitude to all neighbors and friends for kindness and sympathy ing the illness and h o." our beloved Ka'er:e r.eetterle. W- to thank those who at the funeral. was served. The girls were chap- The eroned by Mrs. Harry M. Blout -Mrs  Paul A. Gruber, Mrs Morrell' Dei- :Ir. Edward Hukiil of !bert and Miss .Nellie Vandevender "" itin- he-,, this we'- with Tuesday evening Harry Sisk rock [Zol!a Iui<ill and wife . the bys of the Junior de=artment Mrs. Frank Passmore to the same cabin, and they likewise children visited relatives in had a plcmc supper and remained .re.. the week-end. all night. A delightful meeting of REV. WITTROCK'S ,!rig Caue Club was held evening at the home of Mrs VISITING IN ODELL i Nolan on North Vine street. Rev. and Mrs. It. Wittrock and i t Five Hundred were :'amily are visiting in Odell with her, Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. sister. The services at Zion Luther-Albez't A. Alls)ach. an church last Sunday were in charge of Edwin Hahn, who is pre- CARD OF THANKS paring for the ministry. The Witt-[ Vfe wish tv express our rocks will return home the last of thanks to the good net the week.  . ,.'end for their man' acl t A'ffFENDED SCIENCE [es a.-d symcathy i hours of bereavement, SCHOOL AT SPRINGFIELD the accidental death cf our MOTORED DOWN son Tommy, of Orlando, Florida, i Mrs. Glover Matthews, living east lhusband and father, AmOS FROM CHICAGO departed Thursday o13 their return r of the city, the Mt. Pulaski House-!Hook. auto trin following, - -;;* .,,;* h .... A: trial hic.h seems ceain to attract national attention ia that of l.,by hold .q; .... r ..... Mrs. Rena Drobiseh and son iste M-s "-- % ......  ..... :;" o4man Keynoms and Amcrt (Ab) Walker at Winston-Salem, N C on I.,_ "-V_ .....  vmorepresenatlve at t Mrs. Laura Van Mitchell, of Chicago, motored to " "' " x " corm basses, nve runes an indictment charfin murder of the form's-', t,,,t,,,A . " ", . the. Pora l)umap cnool for Home t and Family. northeast of the cit with her fath " --  . ................ .., Z. Smith Reymtds, Makers held i Lincoln Friday and attended the er Alonzo Y . . - heir to a tobacco fortune. Litany Holman Reynolds, famed Broadway . . n the Governor. Emnter-] Chautauqua, They visited in Mt.. ' .... Clem, and ,lth relatives "Blues" ainer and Walker, comnio , h 1,,o h,,,,.a t,,,,a, is on building on the Ilhnom State i m nesmut. _ , . .--.n ......................... ar round- ' 1] Pulaski Saturday and Sunday with were released following the Cbroner's request but rearrested following m [ ..... ,g s, ..Spr!ngfield, August 2d [1 BUY YOUR and her sister' Mrs" John M Rthwetl' ST'EiOUr! ()aO[i,?E family 'w ]   hew oa lhbebl d en o l:7:gh a td r  a:'i:o;iiih tWoe, ! M ILK O F MA G  THIEVES ENTER ,.o ,, . ..g " meeting" of t.he The school was * ........ z,,ureu'oy tne'" AT BURRUS HOME ..... oouc umn was nero at the VISI . lllinoi [ country home of Mrs Hazel Beck TORS HERE lweeks. Mrs Sams and Mrs Ma" . s State Farmers Institute, De-il Pen's Rexall Drug The home of William Burrus on . . -  .  - er . . ors rest northwest of the cit F've FROM QUINCY were former residents of lt u partment e t)vmestm Scmnce, and Rcute 121, just north of the city,  "Y"  [las .... - was m" char e of the s 1' was entered last Saturday night and H undred was played, the pmzes be- Mr. and Mrs, Everett P Jarvis, m. _ .... g, _ .ecretary, Mrs. a shotgun and a small amount ftmgand awarded to Mrs. Cecil Buckles and Edward Oglesby, of Quincy, mo-ROBERT MAI'ER ON Economicsmta nameLexperts.ana a corpSMr Mathewsf Home money stolen. Mr. and Mrs. Bur't Fra kMentsAeth, uresiMagtmne Mretredja.is M d fPt:: ki Sat:jd: r  rus were in Lincoln at the time at-] n ARCo:?NTRIP tending the circus l em VaSvth prOnlntLOgan county represen- ezt of the cty, will be the next l:x visit cf several days with kinsfolk! yer, who Is taking a :,ub hostess. [and friends, post graduate course at the Univer- [g i sity of Illinois, Champaign_Urbana, lCOLORE D DANCE AT VISITING AT rWENTIETH CENTURY |UNDAY SCHOOL CLASS t visited i.n the city last Thursday and CITY GARAGE TONIGHT SWINNEY HOME AT JENNER HOME ]TO ,BLOOMINGTON Friday with his parents, Mr and! "'"' "" Mr, and Mrs. William Swinney, . Theladies of the Twentieth Con-! Last Friday, August 12th, the t Mrs. Edward O Mayer. He then The ........ of Des Moines, Iowa, who spent tory uluo were entertained on the t memoers of the Young Peoples'l went to Chicao and o- ..... a_.. [ =ty ,arage Will be the set- Conveflien two months at an outing and fishing afternoon of Thursday, Au,ust llth lclass cf the Methodist Epscopal[accomnanied by i . o for a colored dance toni,ht camp on the Wabash river near . . ....... h s brother Norman ..... o Madison and Dearborn at the home of Mrs. Will B. Jenner church Sunday School motored to I left for points in Wisconsin to enjo-" ;hen the Cansler Clouu of Joy or- One block West of State and ] Shawneetown, Illinois, arrived in on Garden street. Five Hundred ,.mer rark, Bloomington. and held a] a vacation and fishin- tri of a -  [cnes. cf Springfield puts the need- ison Sts.Vorld's Busiest Mt. Pulaski Wednesday of last was the dversmn, the honor awards pmmc. on account of rain, the din- s : wou e n.tnusiasm into those naturally Desirable week to visit his brother, J. C. going to "Miss Katherine Jenner, nor was served in the carillon, there ten days. snurlling feet that respond to a jazz Swinney, and family. Mrs. George J. Smith and Miss An- being thirty-three arould the tables tune. Many out of town patrons LUCAS' LEAVE na Fuhrer. The next club hostess The class was accompanied on the ATTENDED RICKORDS " tare ecpected to the dance and many will be Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver, nd trip by Mrs. Albert Shellhammer, *REUNION SUNDAY spectators are planning on attending. ON TEN-DAY TRIP the meeting will be held on Wednes- Mrs. Harry M. Blout, Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords re- '-" Mr. and Mrs, Mahlon Lucas and -. Y. Park, Mrs. Ethal Vail, Mr. and Mrs. lsiding five mile northwest of' M !I D Aitchison .  " , t. / son Merle departed early last Sun ...... j Pulask, were m Seringfield Sunday, day morning on a ten-days' automo- ARD PARTY OF ,rv or,*,,,,-,o .... tAugust 14th, and "attended the fifth . bite trip to the eastern states, with O. E. S. POSTPONED ;,:''.*K*E:,D'.o__*r _, annual reunion of the Rickords and Washington, D. C, Philadelphia, - L Ar tIAVANA Lawson families. Following a has- INSURANCE New York City and Niagara Falls as the principal points of interest. While Mr. Lucas is away Ralph Buckles is assisting in the Lucas & Jenner gcery store. SPENT MONTH HERE WITH RELATIVES Grover Horn, who spent the past fur weeks one mile southeast of the city on the old home farm with returned to Clinton Monday to re- sume h duties as freight brake- man on the Illinois Central railroad, his run ing from Clinton to St. Louis. He is frequently called up- on to act as freight conductor. RETURN FROM TE-DAY TRIP Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Foster, of Liroln, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stratton and son Louis, of this vi- cinity, returned last Saturday night from a ten days' auto trip to Bcn- nor Springs, Kansas, where they visited Mrs. Rowe's sister, Mrs. George B. Rowe, and family. They also spent a cougle of days in Kan- sas City with an uncle of Mr. Fos- ter. SCIIAFER'S RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Schafer returned home late last week from a two weeks' auto trip to points in Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky. They took their niece, Lois Hoffman, who had been visiting here for six weeks, to .er home in Melbourne, Ken- tucly. The young lady is a daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrx. Win. Hoffman, formery of Mt. Pulaski, Mrs. Hoff- man being a sister of Mrs. Sehafer. They also visited in Wellington, Ohio, with her brother, Edward J. Roth, and wife, and in Marshall. Illinois, with her sister, Mrs. David Brady, and family. 79TH BIRTflDAY The home of Mrz. M. A. Duboee, corner Morffa'and Marion streets, was the scene of a family dinner arty last Sunday in honor of Mrs. uboce's 79th birthday anniversary lwhich occurred August 10th). The occasion was a happy one, and all en- joyed the delicious dinner. Those ?resent were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Du- boce, daughters Virginia, Josephine and Marcella Jean, of Assumption, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harper and son Harry, Robert Dean, Janie and Carl Anderson, Jr., cf Decatur, Herman, Rodman and Victor Duboce. PICNIC PARTY AT WHITE OAK BLI'FFS A number of people enjoyed a fried chicken dinner last Sunday at White Ok Bluffs on Salt creek, hree miles north of the city. The dLuner and picnic ffroup was com- (oaed of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vcn- derlieth and daughter Betty, of New York City; .v. and Mrs. Julius Vondertieth, of Clevelan(/, Ohio; Kenneth Huck, Jr., of Zanesville, Chio; blr. and Mrs. Boyd Fry and daughter 3largaret, of Bh:oming. r,tn; A. O. "vonderlieth, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drobisch, Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Lipp and son ffr. and Mrs. Henry W. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Smith, and Mrs Walter A. Schafer. and Mrs. Ottmar E. Wagner. sons Charles Frederick and Glenn, Mr, and Mrs. Will B. Jenner. Miss Anv.a Scbafer, Miss Anna Roth. aud d. Fed ?:hal(-. The lawn card arty announced A -rau- cdnsistin- o* - ^_a last week by the Mt. Pulaski Order[,.,  p . g c: .,u ket dinner at noon, officers .... - -- --- . t nrs. Dan d. runrer, air. anu mrs. oI uastern tar zor tins rnursaaY]Pred Hild, Mr and Mrs Carl Ten evening, August 18th, in the spaci-, ........ ". .. " ; ;.-" OUs a " - ..... . *!lCK an(l little aaugnter aro! Mr. Mrs Yma:r e 1leOio leiAn I and .Mrs. Paul Moore, Mr. an; Mrs. "" - -- " ..... IHarold G Tomlinson and Mi street, has ween maennitey post-o, ,, .. ,- . ., ss .......... oteHa rlolmes, spen the week-end PerilOUs Utornh:natly tan:n,ton the" Illinois river at Havana. A rt w ....... "rewa<l nas been offered for the ap- terior cars pa y iu ne nell m the lnrehension of th, ......... _ near future t r. . - ..--,,,, -- yerson l wno (hsturbed the arty while they [were trying to get some ret. wr elected and various games were en- joyed. The reunion next year wili  be held the second Sunday in August, and Lincoln Park in Springfield was again chosen as the place of meet- Ing. VISITORS AT ) 'LUCAS HOME Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor and CLUB GUESTS OF MRS. OSCAR AUER SUNDAY GUESTS .Mrs. Osoar Auer, living on Route:AT SAMS HOME I21 about six miles east of city, en- Visitors and dinner gue3ts last tertained the members of the Five*sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hundred Club on Saturday night, IFrank Sores, four miles east of the August 13th, at the home of her!city, were their daughter, .Miss Ma- .father, Henry Maxheimer, on North rie Sams, and Mr. and Mrs. Nich- Vine street. The usual number f[olas Schweisthal, On their home- tables were at play, the honors be-twar d trio they stopped in Decatur, ing awarded o Mrs. Chatmcey E.!where tlaey were joined b. Glose, Mrs. Will Mann and Mrs. Schweisthal's mother, Mrs. CatMher. " txeen Chicago and St. Louis. Omer Potter Miss Amelia Bau-ine Sams, and her sister, Mrs. Eliz- mann, living on South Lafayette abeth Mayer, the latter of Mattcon, Thirteen of anything is supposed daughter, Mrs Hazel Teener, and thor daughter, Margaret, of Chicago, visited here last Thursday, b'riuay and Saturday with Mrs. Taylor s sis- ! ter, Mrs. Martha Lucas. On Friday[ evening they were dinner guests cfl relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Lu- l cas and Mrs. Emma Jenner at their nome on North Vine street. Mr.[ Taylor is an Illinois Central passen- ger brakeman on the Illinois Central unning on the Daylight Special be- OF ALL KINDS Newly Furnished Exoellent Service and Reasonable Rooms With and Without ;LSO to $2)0 Special Aecomodatlons and for Families and Touring WE ARE ALWAYS TO SHOW OUi BEFORE ]t'OU THRIFT SALE!I Make your household dollars go farther (luring this great Sale. Well-known products fcr the home and table are priced during this great event, q'-y, shop at a Blue Store and enjoy the "Thrill f Thztft." :tYlO:t'00. and ".t" u t008., o INTERESTING MECHANICAL FEATURF00 FREE TALKING MOTION PICTURES SPECIAL CUT-AWAY V-8 CHASSIS Peoria HOMINY16 oz. can ............... 5e Peoria KIDNEY BEANS--16 oz. can ...... 5e Wildfire PINEAPPLE CUTS--6 oz. can __ 5c Blue Ribbon TOMATOES---No. 1 can ..... 5c Sea Lion OIL SARDINES--No. 1-4 can .... 5c Blue Ribbon TOMATO SOUP No. 1 can __ 5e Blue Ribbon EVAPORATED MILK Tall -5e I Foremost APRICOTS--8 oz. can 5c Blue Ribbon POTTED MEATS--No. 1-4 can BLUE RED ALASKA SALMON No. Tll 1Can I GOMPINION FLOUR Bag BLUE TOILET PAPER I RoI!s Special IES 2 Packages Per Package CANNING SUPPLIES Ball ,Genuine .ZING JAR GAPS Per Dozen BLUE I RIBBON JAR RINGS er Package 1 PKGS. PAROWAX LB, PK6. l JLUE PIG SPIOE8 Three ounce Pkg., each l BLUE RIBBON IE $ 32-oz. jar 1; LN Will Be Held In MINUTE TAPIOGA o p00gs FREE!: No end of fun for the kiddies! 2 kgs, for mmum otor o. Ke 00ne'purcnaseoitwopaekagesfMinuteTapi0000:t S. GROCERY Mt. PtalaaRi, Illinois s CARS and TRUCKS of the Complete Line of 't,.t, will be the Xt club__hcstess, whO ....... will visit in Chicago for .O,to be unlucky except of dollars; AUGUST - itlBBON 19 & 20 see what a niekle will buy at your Blue Ribbon Store.