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AUGUST 28, 1941 "rlll 3iOIDN'l PULAi!fiil illiliElNEWl. MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOiti ieal care and treatment. Miss Minnie Hershey and Mrs. Pearl Elwood, of Decatur, visited here Wednesday with the formes brother, John T. Hershey, and of Peoria is wife, and Mrs. Elwood's aunt, Mrs. this week with his Lena Heiserman. Copeland, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayer, daughters Nancy Catherine and Jr., wire graduat- Ann of Bethlehem, Penn., arrived the University of in the city Sunday to visit the has former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. by the Internartion- Edward O. Mayer, for a number Co., Springfiela of days. Mr. Mayer is assistant Will begin his duties professor of finance in Lehigh I University in that city. Be Roth, bookkeeper in Rev. and Mrs. James E. Rey- Bargain Prices August 29 30 of the J. M. Rothwell nolds of Hillsboro, who had been m entered St. clara's on a short trip to northern Illinois I LtColn Wednesday for points, visited in the city over Tuesday night at the home of Mrs Piilsbury's llaki chapter of j. Will Smith on North Vine RED BEANS 3cans 25c UlliI II VA |Jr ILII Mthers will meet at street" Rev" Reynlds was Putr FLOUR DEAl Sept. 3, with of the local Methodist church a Sure-Good " at her home on number of years ago. BUTTER BEANS ......... 9c street. Mrs. Leigh Smith and daughter :l'a. W. T. Hacke of Marilyn and Linda Lee of Spring- GIANT OXYDOL bJc from this city field, arrived Tuesday to visit dur- Ill Ibs 9/0 ,o,,, ., , evening for St. Louis, ing the reminder of the week m,, tttil Sunday with his with her mother, Mrs. Glenn Ogles- Ward Rose ledWeidermeier, and bY.Johnny, youngest son of Mrs. BO]-FLEVINEGAR .... 217c both 64C Dean Scott of this Lottie Hab of North Prk street, mAmAp 4=, Sure-Good ithe parents of a dau- underwent a tonsil operation on t, uLrmur[Y TOMATOES ...... 3 25c onday, August 25. Tuesday morning in St. Clara's was formerly Mis3 hospital, Lincoln. MOUNTAIN GROWN CHIPS@ DEAl Downing. The Tuesday Afternoon Club Veto Lyns f hatham' met August 26 with Mrs" William COFFEE GRAPEFRUIT ..... 10c Mrs. Doris Kippen- B. Jenner at her home on Garden two sons, returned last street. Five Hundred was the di- Rose Dale LARGE CHIPSO an auto trip to Me- version, the prize awards going PUMPKff4 . No. 2Vz 10c 2 CAMAY I where they visited to Miss Ann Sehafer, Mrs. George l ...... F"c'qC00rleyandJ'SmithandMrs'LorahZ'Lipp" 1 Jb 33C I I Hes'He'sSemi-Swee+ the homeward journey The Sewing Circle of Zion Lu- == CHOCOLATE CHIPS 2 25c aCCOmpanied by Mrs. theran church will meet in the gl who is visiting in church basement at 2 p.m. Wed- Minute With her sister, nesday, Sept 3, with Mrs. ottli'eb I Orover, and relatives F. Schahl as hostess. TAPIOCA ..... 2 25c both 26c] d vicinity. Mrs. Boyd Frye amd of Blooming- it Vacation visit in the With Mrs. Frye's and Mrs. Henry W. wife and little Tuesday from to Mount Pulaski, the old Clear North Washington OWned by Dr. G. F. is the new tnhip higl hooi. . Harry Lueas re- from Boulder he took  summer in the University Mr. Lucca, sciences in the town- will resume his the opening term. child, was born August 20, in Lincoln, to Wilbur Shull of Hassett was remov- ambulance Wed- [ to St. Clara's hos- for special reed- Members of the Dorcas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday night with Mrs. Marie Van Hook. After the usual busi- ness meeting Rook wa th'e di- version, the honors going to Mrs Clmrles Hildreth and Mrs. J. H. Stuart. The next hostess will be Mrs. Frank Talmage. ,|= We Are A Walgreen Stere Vislt Us When in Idnln FEUERBACHEIrS Lincoln -- Pulaski St. A. F. LtPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. - Phone 600 Lincoln, Illinois. GOODLUCK Salad Dressing l-qt. jar 29c Sure-Good Apple Butter 2-qts. 25c Naomi Catsup 14-oz. boffles 2 For 17c PURE APPLE CIDER VINEGAR 25c Pitcher EGG NOODLES AMERICAN PROCESS ,/rib. pkg ..... 10c ,-tb. pk9 ...... 15c THIS STORE Will Close at Noon on Labor Day == MR. FARMER: WE WANT YOUR EGGS AT TOP PRICE. 3 - 27c i JUNKET QUICK FUDGE 3/4-1 b. pkg ..... 19c MRS. GRASS' VEGETABLE AND CHICKEN SOUP 10c JELLY GLASSES I doz ........... 43o ii CHOICE BEEF ROAST .... 23c Ln. Pk. ROAST (Bos. butts) 30c FRESH GROUND BEEF._ 23c FRESH PORK LIVER ....... 20c BIG BOLOGNA .......... 18c Certified SLICED. BACON lb. laver 29c Certified HAMS ........ (z or whole) 33c FRESH FISH THURS- DAY AND FRIDAY Country Dressed Frying Chickens Iodized or Plain MORTON SALT . . . 2 15c Old Dutch CLEANSER ....... 2 I 5c RAP-IN-WAX I-. 23c: sm. ?c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI ................ 2 Ibs. 13c Kosher Style DILL STICKS .............. 17c SURE-JELL ............ 2 25c Cavalcade or Shaver's PEACHES ......................... 2 35c Reltancj MUSTARD .......... qt. 10c PAROWAX ............ lb. 14c Mer;f VANILLA ............... 9c JELLY ....... Ib-oz. glass ISc Searchllqhf MATCHES ..... 6 boxes 23c GULF SPRAY pts. 25c; '-p+ ........ I 5c CLIMALENE .............. Icj. 23c West's Combination BIRD SEED ................... I Sc AMMONIA ......... 2 qfs. 25c BLUEING ........... I b-oz. 9c Argo STARCH ....... 3 lbs. 23c ..... 7: : ,: +: :.:; ::,