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AUGUST 25, 1932 THE TIME,q-NEWS, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS Hownrd Vandevender was in La-1 Mrs. Harry King and children, of son, and Male and Virginia. friends EVENTS ........... business mission ,Tuscola, visited here all last week of Mary, by Lorena McKenny and tnam trluay vtl  " ! _ _  . ...... O_ri_-aeldiwith her motner, ars vorcas Bar- and Reva Cullen. EverybcMy who Fred J- Rotn wen vo op ,- ,. - -- -- - .... " act as a te-flow" and other relatives. Mr. King has been to rehearsals, state the Aitchison was a business last Frmay to again - .' t ...... r them Sun-- keeper at the Illinois State l,'alr. |movcreo aHe (lay. show is a list from start to finish, in Chicago Friday. - ........ -:,-- Iili t The Ladies' Aid Society of the St. and the most unusual type of nro- ,, ,,,,,, ., x, p,d,; 1 Miss Laura MHler ox xlstwa., "':"ITchy% l.,,h,,n church will -eo --: auction ever gven. '., .':v:'a"'-,t,,,,z. ....... , ........ Su'n[ nis,.: arrived here Monday. . evem^m_ ]th"e"'after"n)n'of. ,- _ . "'hursday, :eptem "-'_ To gt've life. and, color, youth, and and joined he rord-breaking 'lslt Mr. and Mrs. Ylrgu b ,,-- ]ber 1st, at tile home of Mrs. gather- beauty to this big community pro- i _ at the Illinois State Fair. ley. . ...... |ine Connolley on North Lafayette dustion, there, is a chorus of twenty t: o- M-s Edward Fryer of Miss Viola Drobi.scl vls!ra mreet. high school bqrls ana ooys WhO open  & ;r, Mrs. Mar V Fryer. nay witn ner sun , .. [employed in Chicago by the Continen- m,, , ........ i't'y T: .Y ." .... ier. i,i m;,,-i Rank and Trust Co camo,Days Are rere gam. Iney aso f, Msses Elizabeth ana. la *,:o Mri l')o n of SRrm field]._. .o, w,;n,, * .... it h;, ,,,,,*- sing a group of old favomtes, such as el. of Lincoln: motored he . "; horo ,, day and Monday wth] ....  ,a ,.h, m [4, h,, 14,,[ Pony Boy, Take Me Out to the i* y an visited their cousins, v: ....... ._ un , .... 's l'u" ......... T 'Y-.;:---.r'.;'7"; --':.u -ame .... Yankee Doodle Bo,, "' :" --- - a   l;=,  r naens ar. ana zar. x,,,,,,,,, |will soon enrer ne illinois wesleyan  .... , a. ,, m, .mnie an,, ,nna ,e ..... s. I e  " " ' I ............. :-on "for the Beaus and Belles. Then there . ..  j ,gj 1/oran. i unlverslr.y ar mtrm,.g . '  " " 1---1 iris in s- ia' orney aria rs. teorge -! ". _ .. n _.._ Vnsha w of I ...... ,, ,,,_. ..... :_ are egn oca g pec t cos- have as guests for the week,! ."at" 2a m:iitYereJe week-[- .Mr. ann 'l'i:m" r":lrTC';tp'-Mrs: tumes who liven the show with their son, Julian Smith. and wife, of trausp_ g'o ,_ , Blackford,baoy son .: 7 "- .  " peppy 6aRcing. Pretty girls, clever Miss Dorothy Ann. , :.o,ole and family. " ' ,nd "little son Wiiiiam[ Mrs. Thomas ,,,,,-;,,Y;t q :', ph .... :,,IYo r. and Mrs. James Shellhammer,  ....... " " * d little on Earl F)a eRe "-.'1"-'-s ........... . ............ and Mrs Ernest Hild and Mrs. [ Herman Dammermjnn'.hving u four Beat' rd and "bert Brouton" wall be taken care of m order. Sch " - o S riB _imites northwest of taB c.ty, noer:ana cn ........ i.:-- 2 ..g:, -;: A special matinee for school chil- roth motole:A t( th ptage went a tonsil operatmn . lonaay a Ii-lne iater u are ....... g ....... " dren will be given Wednesday after- and atten ........ i St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. i two weezs tnere. i noon at 3 o'clock. The evening per- i Mr and Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mr.formance will begin at 8:30 o'clock ! . LvnnFridayBeidlereveningOf ChicagOand arriv: i and, Mrs. Gordon West, Mr. and Mrs. !prom)t, after the band concert in the derg visited i Elmer Meister and two children, and city park. iMis Lillian Ey, were in Lincoln -_ and Mrs. Forest Ralston and Harlan. and Miss Bess Ralston. Rapids, Iowa, arrived here for a short visit with old and former neighbors. Waddell, son of Mr. and Frank Waddell, residing four east of the city. underwent a Tuesday morning at hcspital in Lincoln. Beid!er of Chicago arrived city last Friday eveeing to for several days with his sister, Helen Humble, and mcther, George C. Beidler, who is here extended stay. and Robert, children of Mr. Robert Keck, living at the corner of the city, under- operations for the removal of and adencids at St. Clara's in Lincoln last Thursday. and Mrs. Edwin Heyne and children, have der:arted for home in Long Prairie, Minne- having been called to Mt. Pu- recently by the death of Mrs. mother, Mrs. Katherine and Mrs. John Wenthe. of Ef- are visiting at the home of aunt, Mrs. Henry Dammermann, of the city. Mrs. Wenthe Miss Dorothy Sol- and has many friends in this Mac Druhe returned to her in St. Louis, Mo., a few days a visit of several weeks relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. and Miss Mary Lang. Her Miss Adele Druhe, and a Jesse Chisel, motored to Mt. after her. lucky if vou haven't bought ,'et, I:ecause hereand now, is tO inves--P--wRing & Tom- Mt. Pulaski, Ill. In NEWS Shoe Prices RINE weto and Boys' Black Toe, Composition Sole SHOE Men's Leather Sole OUTING SHOE STAR BRAND and WOLVERINES In Glove and Retanned Stock LION BRAND High Grade Welts in Hardi Hide Upper Prices in 15 Years HOE TORE MT. PULASKI until Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rell C. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Guy DualL of Tolono, Illi- nois, motored here Sunday and called on Mr. and Mrs. Virgil G. Connolley. Robert Matthews, son of Mr. and Wednesday and attended the get- together outing and picnic participat- ed in by the employes of the Central Illinois Electric and Gas C:). Repre- sentatives of the comyany were pres- ent from Benient, Homer, Delavan, Mrs. Glover Matthews living east of the city, submitted to a tonsil opera- tion M:nday at St. Clara s hosptta in Lincoln- Miss Lola Hahn spent last week at the home of her br=ther, Herman Hahn. Jr., in Lawndale, while Mr. Hahn, wife, and some relatives were n a trip to Foint.s in Indiana. Miss Tillie Davis, cf Kankakee, and Miss Georgia Davis, ot t)aeit, visited here the week-end with their grandfather, Charles Buckles. Jseph Sallee, residing several miles east of the city, stepped on a nail at his farm about two weeks ago, and is now getting about with the aid of a cane. Mrs. George J- Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Smith. Miss Anna Schafer and Mrs. Will B. Jenner motored to St. Louis, Mo.. Tuesday and visited relatives. Louis H. Drobisch visited during part of last week in Springfield with his sister, Mrs. Louise Heckler. brother and sister, George Davis and Mrs. Jack Manes, and also with old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Rbert E. Buckles. "Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Sam- Mrs. Katherine Connolley, Miss Laura Connolley and Mrs. Alma M. Rein- ders motored to Springfield Friday, Sums attending a district meet- of Standard Oil Company deal- at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel. Heyworth, Atlanta, Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln- The affair was held at Lin- 5oln Chautauqua grounds. J Underwear that will fiL feel and lstav that way, What's Munsing- [a' e;tr," at Downing & Tomlinson'a. I You're Invited To Public Wedding (Continued from page I) and the curtain goes down in a trijle wedding--Uncle Henry (Albert Shelthammer) and Samantha (Mrs. Tyler); Lawyer Brwn (Nicholas I iubbard) and" Susan (Mrs. S. S. Pat- terson); Jack (Charles Anderson) and Mary (Betty Waddell)--with George J- Smith as Roy. Turnip, officiating. There .are many funny situations, and the show is a scream from start to fnish. "Henry's Wed- ding" is a great event and a wedding no one can afford to miss- Two outstanding characters are Eliza (Lucille Marshall), and her lazy husband Rastus (Oscar Rick- rds). Floyd Dowering and Albert F. Ditlsaver are the two gangsters who kidnap Uncle Henry, and Louis IF. Same and Harry Wible are the de- itectives sent to find him. Ted and j Harris, friends of Ja,zk, are portrayed by Sm Bertoni and R.bert Aitchi- LOOK AT THIS WEEK'S SAVINGS!! AUGUST 26 & 27 GAKE FLOUR MARGARIN Swansdown Per 9kg. Compav, ion Nut 19c One poundlOc SLIGED PINEAPPLE 18o 18c Blue Ribbon Nc 2 I-2 can EARLY JUNE PEAS No.Cmpanin00 10C SPECIAL SOAP SALE !5C LAUNDRY FLAKES Large package FREE O,-E BAR BIG, SOAP WITH 00AC. PACKAGE OF SOAP FLAKES Big FOUR SOAP to eARS 23C BIG 4 COCOA HARD- 13a,,r BARS 1 WATER CASTILE SOAPf FREE IVORY SOAP 3 15c o.00o,oo 120 8LIGED BEEF oz. Glass GREEN BEANS 210 CREAMERY BUiiER 00,o..ooo00 220 BUTTER GOOKIES 19C GARPET BROOMS 270 It. 8. GROCERY Mt. PulasRi, Illinois Mt. Pulaski 235 GOFF FUNERAL HOME WlLBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't "To Serve Humanity Better" PHONES Lincoln, 1234 FALL GARMEN CLEANING TIME "HANK" BLACKFORD AGENCY FOR  MALERItH & GOSSETT CLEANERS LINCOLN, ILL. Robert R. Humphrey ! REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for Re-election as States Attorney of Logan County CAST OF CHARACTERS Uncle Henry Bachelor Bridegroom) A. Shellhammer. Jack (his nephew) ................ Charles Anderson Samantha IHenry's bridod ........ Mrs. B. A. Tyler Mary I Jack's bride} ............... Betty Waddell Ted (Jack's friend ................ Sam Bertoni Harris (Jack's friend) .......... Robert Aitehison Lawyer Brown (Henry's friend) .... Nick Hubbard Susan (Henty"s former sweetheart) ................... Mrs. S. S. Patterson Marie (Ted's girt) ............ Lorena McKinney Virginia (Harris' girl .............. Reva Cullen Eliza (Negro cook) : ............ Lucille Marshall Rastus (her lazy husband) ....... Oscar Rickords O'Flarety (hard boiled detectivel .... Louie Same Mugs (his assistant) ............... Harry Wible let Gangster .................... Floyd Downing 2nd Gangster .................. Albert Ditlsaver Rev, Turnipseed George Smith Bro, Jcnes (Pres. !vlystie-,Slarine-)-['_,-__ Wilbur Stoll Sister Sadie .................. Mrs. Ethel Beidler Brethern and Sitern of the Mystic Shrine Paul Gruber Mrs. Harry Wible Clarence Bowers Mrs. W. G. Kautz Frank Turley Mrs. Robert Keck B- A. Tyler Florence Wagner Ben Potter Mrs. G. A. Volle Gene Connolley Mrs. L. G. Strouse Oscar Mayer Mrs. rarry Larson Omar Potter Mrs. Henry Gruber Harry Sisk Rev. L. G. Strouse Gene Clear Mrs. Lorah Lipp Mrs. Anna Schmitz Viola Drobisch SPECIAL MUSICAL NUMBERS Smile, Darn Ya Smile ........ Chorus and Dancers Down the River of Golden Dreams ........ Chorus Yours and Mine .......................... Chorus Songs of Grandmother's Day ........... CActus 99 Out of a 100 ............ Mrs. S. S. Patterson Lonesome Road .............. Mystic Shrine Hear Dem Bells ........ Quartet and Mystic Shrine Hallelujah ....................... Mystic Shrine Sing You Sinners Omer Potter and Mystic Shrine King's Horses ........................ Dancers tlappy Days are Here Again ................ Ensemble PIANIST--Nolle Vandeventer REGULAR BAND CONCERT AT PARK 7:30--8:30 German Band at Theatre Wednesday, Aug. 31 THE LAUGH HIT OF THE SHOW The Beaus and Belles of Grandma's Time cr the 1890 Guests at a 1940 Wedding Announcer .................. Dr, G. S. Conneliy Daisy ........................ John W. Rupp Bicycle au ................... Rev. H. M. Blout Broadwey Butterfly ................. D. W. Barr High Stepping Johnny .......... William Becket's Miss Bustle ........................ Dan Fuhrer Swain of 1870 .................. George Underhill Pantatette Girl ................. Everett Brooker Sheik of 49'ere ................. Everett Rethwell Old Fashioned Girl .............. Charlie Schultz Bashful Swain Shelby Curtis Floradora Beaut ;--_------:_-5-7--5___ John Hershey Floradora Boy .............. Dr, C. E. Hildreth Miss Hoopskirt ................. Chauncy Glose Beau Brummel ................... L, H, Krueger Driver of Horseless Carriage ....... L. L. HarRis Lucille, his sweetheart ............ Uriah Tendiek Mrs. Bloomer .................... George Curtis Henpecked Husband ................... B. H. Keek Merry Widow .................... Art Woodrum Celluloid Collar Benny ............ W. J. McCarthy Bathing Beauty ............ Austin Schaffenaeker Joe, the Life Guard .............. Morrell Deibert Sheik of Chicago World's Fair .... Albert Alspaeh Flapper of 1890 ................. Dr. G F, Wait Ball Player ...................... J. C.' Swinney Athletic Girl ....................... Harry Wells Bowery Girl ..................... Virgil Wynd Gas House Harry, ....... /" ....... Orville Martin SPECIAL DANCERS Barbara Barnes Grace Rothwell June Barnes Marie Bertoni Virginia Clear Harriet Rule Maxine Cowan VVirtrinia Stewart Dale Aitchison SINGING CHORUS Kathr3rn Geyer Wilma Vail Cap Ey Noel Suedmeier Jean Brady Junior Voile Pierron Leef ttarry Van Itook lack Stahl Ben B ,wers Frank Gruber Fred Lip:) Harold Anderson Roy Beck(.s Alvin Hahn Esther Voile Jane Underhill .Georgiann Zimmerrnann Barbara Schwoerer Eloise IIorn Georgiabelle Rothwell Cwendol yn Stah] Marion Lane Florence Van Hook Emagene Buckles Bernice Brooker IzJuise Goodpastor Lucy Jane Ellis Mt. Pulaski Theatre -- Wed.-Thurs. --- Reserved Seat Tickets at Connolley's beginning Tuesday morning at 9 o'doek Admission--35c and 20e Show Starts at 8:30 P. M. Special Matinee for Children Wednesday 3:00 P. M. Only 10e .%%%%z s%%3.%%?.%%".''- -''--" " " - - ---. -.-..-.%%%ey.%%%.%%%.%%.% August 31-Sept. 1