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NEWS ITEMS Mrs. Lester Werntz on an auto trip and Kentucky. They about a week. went to Lincoln Wednesday to visit un- with lr. and Mrs. C. Birnbaum and son HarD" Duff, Who t*Vtslting relatives in .in sister Connolley, left on for their home in They wel, e ac- by Mrs. Mertice Meis- Will make an extend. her daughter, Mrs. and family. to present your sew. to Mrs. Comstock from 9 am. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Harold V. Haynes Thursday on a week's Smoky Mountains in J. Mayer, form- city and Lincoln for several years Calif., arrived in days ago to visit Armstrong and Mrs. and others. She will Mount Pulaski rela- Mrs. George Rogers of Sunday for a visit son, Glenn, and fam- visitors at the apart- and Mrs. Perry Hil- Washington were: Marion Farrier and of Brighton, Iowa; Harl Bruce and son Middletown, Ind.; Mr. Kenneth Bruce and and Patty and of Decatur; Mr. Perry and child- Carol, and Charles Mr. and Mrs. and daughter A. Downing and son Janet Downing, city; Six, Decatur, from a two trip to Bakersfield, they visited with Latham and Henry of the city, were Mr. Bost took of sweet corn atd for canning. They late afternoon. In the home of Mrs. on South Wash- over the week end and Mrs. Lloyd Vici Ky., and Mr. and of Chicago. le Martin of Corning, been, for a year, in Pennsylvania, this city from Thurs. OF FOR YOU ateed Paint NIUM !  the worJcJ'$ strongest ARANTEE: refunded GeL can 50 epply tov, arc Rrst Paint $ THE X  71MES- NEWIL MOUNT IqJI.AS[L ILLINOIS  ii I i :i PAGE SEVEN day to Sunday with friends, Miss Grace Clifton and Miss Gayetta Mayer. Mrs. Donald Horn spent sev- eral days the past week in St. Louis, Mo., visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stephens and family. She returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitz were visitors in St. Louis, Mo., Sunday. Edward Holmes, employed in onstruction work on a Pennsyl- vania turnpike at Elwood City, near Pittsburgh, arrived home on Sunday for a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schahl 'and daughters Judith, Janet, and Shirley, left Tuesday on an auto trip to Seward and Hampton, Nebr., to: visit relatives. Robert Aitchison of Chicago visited Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs. R. D. Aitchi- son. --For an even of pleasure see "Father's Little Dividend" star- ring Spencer Tracy and Eliza- beth Taylor, at the Mount Pulm ki Theatre, Sunday and Monday, i August 26 and 27. Matinee Sun. day at 2:00 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Earl G. Andrew and son Dickie, and Mrs. Lillie Andrew, of Ursa, were week end visitors in the home Mr. and Mrs. C. H I.,eekbee and son Merwyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shanle and children, Leland, Beverly and Mary Joyce, of Chicago, vis- ited here Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shanle on North Scott SL On Wednesday night of last week the Curtis gas station a the northeast corner of the square, was broken into and 8 Don't miss "Father's Little Dividend" starring Spencer Tracy and Eliz-beth Taylor at the ML Pulaski  August 26 and 27. Mattnee Sunday at 2 Charles Kemmer was a bust- cartons of cigarettes stolen, as well as some small change. It looked as though it might have been local talent. ness caller in Clinton Monday. Samuel Linn Beidler of Chica- go, visited in the city Sunday and Monday with his  mother, Mrs. Rell C. Beidler. She accomp- anied him to Chicago and on Tuesday entered Billings hospit- al for a medical checkup. She expects to leave the last of this week for Arlington, Va., for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Graham Eddy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wible and daughter, Diane, were supper guests ol* Mr. and Mrs. C. H Leck- bee and son Merwyn, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Coogan and family of Lincoln, called at the Leckbee home for a visit with the Wibles'. Miss Luella Litterly has return ed from New York City where she took a six weeks' teacher's course of study at Columbia U. Miss Mary Jane Davis of De- catur, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Rena Davis. Miss Lorena McKenney left on Saturday for her home in Port Huron, Mich., following a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. O'Brien, 1258 West Forest, De- catur, Ill. are parents of a son, born Wednesday, August 15, in St. Mary's hospital. The mother in the former Emogene Max- helmet of Mount Pulaski. This is their third child, now having two boys and one girl. Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance -- See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Immraace omt mini mmzte Ikd'r Phone 13 -- Mount PulmkL Iinois m NOTICE Beginning Monday. August 27 NORMAN DANIEL STUDIO, . WILL BE OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK --- HOURS :-- I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Week Days 19. Noon to 9 p.m. Saturdays Schahl Home For Funerals AIVIBULANCE SERVICE LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 9.35 MOUNT PULASKI SEE! HEAR! J--a i t .r I ! | ; ...... ! I NEED SPACE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY $46 - $79-- $91 OFF on 8'-13'-16' DEEP FREEZES From $40 to S100 for your old Old Refrigerator on 7.6' to 12" Models APARTMENT GAS RANGES REDUCED $15.00 to $25.00 REV AND MRS. FRANH BROWER AND SON PHILLIP Chalk Artists See Mrs. Brower draw beautiful pictures in black light. REGULAR GAS RANGES REDUCED $25.0o to $50.oo Two Seven Speed Burners - Deep Well ELECTRIC RANGES ............ Reduced to $130 40 GaL Electric WATER WAS NOW Musicians V/bra-Harp, Bells, Accordion, solos, and trios. 7:30 P.M. NIGHTLY HEATER .............. $144.95 *'0S. August 28-September 9 duets CONV00r00,NT cR00rr 18 MONTHS TO PAY C. F. Wagner Appliance Shop MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS O LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Latham, Illinois 7