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I Legion Auxil- Monday evening, instead of the first September. This will more time to plan for the fall festival fall Sept. Soci. one week earlier, August 31, at 2:30 COuntry home of Mrs. with her mother, as hostess. assisted by Mrs. T. Bible class of the will meet on 29, at 2:30 p. of Mrs. Elizabeth rth Vine street. Noble Grand club of ekah lodge will meet l evening August 27, all -s. Idore Tomlinson [flag transportation call Foster. Others of World War t Friday, August 31, P.a., at the Tomlinson Cent r, the hostesses Rol rt Rothwell Sr., Cha_rle ; Stopher. URCHES-- CHURCH Ho4fmcm, Pcmt and Bible Class- at 10 a.m. to all our f3qRCH : UaB, DUat t 9:30 a.rm at 10:35 a.m. Senior Christian En- 7:30 p.m. Services at 7:30. Prayer and Bible - 7:30 to 8:30 Welcome at all of our BAPTIIFr CHURCH I. Gromshofl, Pastor 8.m. ] service 7:30 p.m. and Prayer Meet- Wednesday. Orchestra practice Thursday. CHIrBL Pmgtor 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. that Sunday School services will be a later beginning Sun- IqKSSEUR Phone 71 HOT NOT HUMID! is completely air- for your pleasure too. You'll be able in cool comfort and you with Phone 871 are anxious to help your way. BEAUTY SHOP t Over Kresge day, Sept. 2. You are cordially invited to the services of our church. St. Jomq's LUTHERAN CHURCH Roy. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Next worship service will be held Sunday, Sept. 2. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M, Krewer, Pastor Mass at 9 a.m. Sunday, Aug- ust 26th. LOCAL NEWS tives, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Madder. August 24th. There were 90 pres- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mittelsteadt ent this year. Mrs. John Pebrauskas and dau ghter Carol of Chicago, arrived last Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester McAfee, who live between this city and Lake Fork. Miss Patsy McCarthy visited in Chicago from Thursday to Men. have returned to their home in Mamaroneck, N. Y., following a visit of two weeks with his mo- ther, Mrs. Matilda Mittelsteadt, who lives northeast of the city with her daughter, Mr Paul Schmidt and family. During their stay here they also visited in Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Volle, being accompanied by his mother. Miss Marilyn Williams, stud- ent nurse at Barnes hospital in St. Louis, Mo., visited in Chest- nut over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dale Gasaway of Chicago, visited here during last week with his par- ent Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gasa- way. They returned home Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schmidt and day with her aunt, Mrs. Russell Miles and family. Mrs. Lillie Kelly of Carroll- ton visited in the city from Thurs day to Sunday with her' son Floyd Kelly and family. Paula Moore returned home on Monday from Lubbock, Texas, following an extended summer vacation there. THE LADY She s;mply (]rops an envel- ope in the mailbox and W. Glen Tilbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Tilbury of Weldon, formerly of Mount Pu. laski, chemistry teacher in the Champaign high school, left last Friday for Fort Worth, Texas, after a few days' visit with his parents. He had attended sum- mer school at Columbia Univers- ity in New York City. Mr. Tilbury in visiting in Texas with his brother, Owen, and family, and l will return to Champaign in time for the opening of school. --Don't fail to pcesent Tour sew- ing problems to Mrs. Comstock at LANES from 9 am. to 4 p.m. August 31. Mrs. Blanche Bland, Mrs. Eu- nice Goode and daughters, Vir- ginia and Janet, of Indianapolis, Ind., also Harold Holzhausen of the U. S. Naval Reserves, arrived last Friday for a visit with rela- For family of this locality, were in the postman does the rest. Altamont recently and attended ii the funeral of his uncle, William When had weather or late Hoffmeister. At the annual Danner family the Tomlinson Rec, the following officers were elected: Albert . Grathwohl, president ;Wilbur E. son inconvement, you can Stoll, vice-president; Mrs. Edwin bank by maiL urer; Mrs. Otto Roos, historian. Next year's reunion wUl be held at the same place on Sunday, ou, : WHO BANKS BY MALE INSURANCE NEEDS ' ' ' The First National Bank IdOUNT  'LUNOaS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Momt Pulaski T! M E - PROVE D POWE00 AUTOMATIC TIANIMIIIIOll Chevrolet a/one offers this complete Power Teaml Automatic Transmission* Extra-Powerful 105-h.p. Valve.in-Head Engine EconoMiser Rear Axle Powerglid$ is first - finest. - and L1L xv=*=6 --- est, safest " ev No clutch llal-no geanhifting--not a hint of gar chang= in forward di'ying.! automatic  tmm. Combadon o! powrgltde Automr Tmmm rio, and 105-h4,. Va4n-ltl  el, total on D I.us modM.c al exlra aL &_Pl " I Augspurger eInes, nc. CHEVROLET DEAMIRS " LINCOLN, IIJ/NOIS Just press the accelerator to GO... press the brake to STOP... It's the simplest, smoothest, safest driving you ever imagined l Take your "DISCOVERY DRIVE"