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MOUNT ILASXl TIME.N]S'r to the Black H,-'lls in South Da- Mount Pulaski. Illinois kota and in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Hattie Laymon left last Published and entered as second-. Thursday for Eanvsville, Ind. to class matter in the postoflice at visit a couple of weeks with her Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, daughter. Mrs. Gertrude McFar- 1930, under the Act of Congress land, and son, Russel and Calvin of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months ......................... 75c Six Months .............................. $1.25 One Y, ear .................................... $2.50 Laymon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hahn and daughter of Peoria, visited sever- al days with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. Don't fail to present your sew. ing problems to Mrs. Comstock at LANES from 9 am. to 4 p.m. August 31. Published E Thursday Mrs. T. P. Wallace and three daughters, Shirley, Patsy and LOCAL NEWS ,Susan of Memphis. Tenn, at- Mr. and Mrs. Everette Voile rived Saturday to visit her fath. and son, Michael, of Morton, vis- er, Chester Hughes and wife. At- ited in the city from Friday to Sunday with his mother, lVlrs. Elizabeth Volle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Giddens, of Austin, Texas, have been vis- iting in the city with a relative, Mrs, Everett Jarvis. They spent the week-end in Decatur with Sam Jarvis and family. ---For an evening of pleasure see "Father's Little Dividend" star. ring Spencer Tracy and Eliza- beth Taylor, at the Mount Pulas- ki Theatre, Sunday and Monday, August 26 and 27. Matinee Sun. day at 2:00 o'clock. Leslie R. Rigdon of Fort Laud- erdale, Florida, has been visit- ing old neighbors and friends in his home city, Lincoln. He was in Mount Pulaski last Friday call ing on relatives, Miss Etta Upp, and Mrs. C. W. Upp. Before lo- cating in Florida Mr. Rigdon liv- ed in Chicago. Mrs. Everett Jarvis, of Peoria, who maintains her home on North Washington street in this city, and is spending part of the summer here, is having the resi- dence newly painted. Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood and her mother, Mrs. Tillie Halbrooks of Bluford, were guests last Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox. Accompanied by Mrs. Maddox, they attended the State Fair in Springfield, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland O'Bryen and their recently adopted son, Mike, of Springfield, visited in this city last Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. 'Pat' O'Bryen. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon B. Heft and so they will visit Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier and other rela tires and friends. Mrs. Blanche Sward returned to Chicago Sunday after a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick. Mrs. Charles H. Wood of Lin- coln. was at home Friday after- noon, August 17, to a number of friends, introducing Mrs. Robert John Wood, who before her mar. riage was Miss Joan Jarrett of Bloomington. Local folks pres- en were Mrs. George A. Voile, Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas and Mrs. Fred FrOehlich. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt, son Marion and daughters La Verne and Janet, of Altamont, visited the state fair in Spring- field last week. They stopped en. route, to visit his brother, Paul Schmidt and family in this vi. cinity. Thomas Arthur Scroggin of Geneva visiting Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Scroggin Sr., and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Scroggin. His mother accompanied him home for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Everett Turley, city, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fuiten of Lake Fork, returned Monday from an auto trip of more than two weeks to San Diego, Calif., where they visited relatives. Don't fail to present your sew. ing problems to Mrs. Comstock at LANES from 9  to 4 p.m. August 31. Tom Romer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Romer, who com- menced working in the local THURSDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter, I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick [family reunion at who have been living in LaJand family were in Lincoln Sun- IClub building. Grande, Oregon, recently moved Jday and attended the Gehlbach elected vice- to Eugene, Oregon. They arriv- ed here Sunday for a visit north of the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Carter. Mrs. Edward Schroth of Chest- nut, and sister, Mrs. Emily Feuerbacher of this city, returned Sunday from New Berlin follow- ing a visit of five days with the former's daughter, Mrs. James M. Huffaker and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy and daughter, Miss Lenora, liv- ing northwest of the city, had as dinner guests Tuesday evening,, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Foiles and children of Newton, Kas.; Mr.! and Mr O. E. Milliman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Furniss and son Keith of Peoria; and Ellis Bredenstiner of Mount Pulaski. Don't miss "Fathers Little Dividend" starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylo at the ML Pulaski Theatre August 26 and 27. Matinee Sunday at 2, o'clock. Chief Engineman Leslie Ross, U. S. Navy, in submarine service, and stationed at Nor.folk, Va., ac- companied by his wife, visited in the city during the past week with his grandmother, Mrs. Jam- es T. Ryan. The 10th annual family re- union of descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Christian Westen of Emden, was held Sunday, August 19th at the Logan county farm picnic grounds near Lincoln. 64 attended. Those at- tending from Mount Pulaski were Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Haferkamp. O ,47" ii - LADIES - MRS. COMSTOCK FROM THE HOME ECONOM I(1 PARTMENT OF Westinghouse WILL BE AT OUR STORE AUGUST 31 - 9 AM. DEMONSTRATING SEWING MACHINES. Remember the date mid come in sometime demonstration. It will be greatly to your intereet. CHEVROLET TRUCKS Produced by the WORLDS Largest with Robert Rockwell, Barbara Ful- ler, Kent Taylor AND CARTOON SUNDAY . MONDAY August 26 and 27 Matinee Sunday at 2 o'clock "FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND" starring Spencer Tracy, Elizabeth Tayl- or, Joan Bennett ALSO SHORT SUBJECTS WEDNESDAY . THURSDAY August 29 mad 30 "THE SWORD OF MONTE CRISTO" (in (Supercine Color) with .Geotg Montgomery, Paula Carday, Berry Kroeger --qplus--- SELECTED SHORTS Let us prove to you that[ pleasing the patron is our first [ consideration - by giving u a try today. You Can Get Sunstroke When Not In The Sun The Encyclopedia Britannica defines sunstroke as a term applied to the effects produced upon the central nervous sys- tem, and through it upon other organs of the body, by ex- posure to the sun or to over- heated air. INGRAM'S SKELGAS SERVICE 2-D00r DeLux .... $1635.004 4-D00r DeLux - - - - $1683.00 Price includes five tires, porcelainize, undercoating and oil bath air cleaner. LEINES. : ..... daughter Judith Ann, have re-post office last November as a Manufacturer ,,- Trucks turned to their home in North- substitute city mail carrier, plus := east, Penn., following a visit of duties in the office, completed * two weeks with his parents, Mr. his work there Tuesday. He is and Mrs. J. B. Heft, who live be- being replaced by Edward L. [ tween this city and Latham. MountFrschauer' a 1951Pulaski high graduateschool whof 1/z-TOn Pick .n $1398 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bertrang, m--jr, = , . former residents, now living in started work Wednesday. Kenney, and Mr. and Mrs. Charl-  FIVE 6-PLY TIRES es Bust of LeRoy, returned sev- ! Easy Payment Plan $461.00 Down and eral days ago from an auto ip I N G R A M' S 24 PAYMENTS $38.43 EACH Pick. ..., $155367 Pick- p "o . . . $16685 I - Ton u August 24 and 25 "BUCKAROO PLUS g Vo SALES TAX SHERIFF OF TEXAS" Michael Chapin, Eilene Jans- sen, Steve Pendleton -=Plus-- "TRIAL WITHOUT JURY" America's First Choice for Over 20 Years