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PAGE FOUR Newsy Portrayal of Local Happenings MISS VOLLE TO TEACII AT AVIN, ILLINOIS Miss Alberta Volle, who spent the ummer vacation here with her father, Henry Volle, and grandmoth- er, Mrs. Jacob Voile, left a few days ago for Avin, Illinois, to resume her teaching duties in the high school. WAR MOTHERS CHAPTER MEETS SEIEMBER 7TH The War Mothers Chapter of Mt. Pulaski will hold a pot luck dinner and ,all-day sewing Wednesday, Sep- tember 7th, at the home of Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, corner Jefferson and pring streets. All members are re- quested to be present. ATTENDED HARMONY CHICKEN FRY Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp and Mrs. Mary E. Lucas visited in Austin township, east of the city, Wednesday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heft- man, and that evening attended the annual chicken fry at the Harmony U. B. church. D. L. BARR FAMILY MOVED MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Barr and fam- ily, who ecru:pied a Meister property on South Marion street, have moved to the Van Hook residence on East C)oke street. Mr. Barr resumed his teaching duties this Thursday morn- ing at the Township High School. BETURNS FROM LA PLATA, MISSOURI Mrs. Elizabeth Bekemeyer came home Sunday evening from La Plata, Missouri, where she had been for almost three months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Griffin, whose husband had been seriously injured in an auto mishap at a ser- vice station. STATE FAIR VISITORS STOP OFF HERE Mr. and Mrs. John Miller nd two daughter, of Mattoon, who had mo- tored to Springfield and attended the State Fair, visited in this city Thin's- day and Friday with relatives, Mr. end Mrs. Christian Drobisch, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Drobisch and t'amily. RETURN TO CALIFORNIA HOME Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Denman anti daughters Elizabeth and Josephine, departed a few days ago for their home in Santa Barbara, California, fellowing a visit hele with-lrs. Den- man's sister, Mrs. G. S. Connelly, and family. Accompanied by Mrs. Con- elly and daughter Miss Dorothy, the Denman's made a trip to many places of interest in the east. MONTHLY PARTY FOR LODGE HELD Members of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges held their regular monthly card party in Odd Fellows hall last Friday night, but the at- tendance was not as large as usual on aount of many attending he State Fair that day. Five Hundred was the diversion, and the honors were awarded to Mrs. Herman Hahn, Mrs. Arthur Woodrum, Mrs. George. Snyder and Elmer Mier. ARKANSAS ISITORS AT DAVIS HOME Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis and six children, of Stuttgart, Arkansas, who motored to Mt. Pulaski, arriving Wednesday of last week, to visit for several days with his brother and sister, George Davis and Mrs. Jack guests in Lincoln last another brother. Bruce tinily. Mrs. Manes was Lincoln that day. CLOBES HERE FROM DUBUQUE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. William C. Globes and son Cleatus, of Dubuque, Iowa, otored here last Friday to visit for a week with Mrs. Clobes' sisters and brothers, Mrs. Kate Bullard, Mrs. John Vetter, Mrs. George F. Schafer and George E. Suedmeier, in this city, H. P. and W. F. Suedmeier, in Chestnut vicinity, and Mrs. John Crane, living near Lincoln, Cleatus returned to Dubuque Saturday on ac- count of business, but will return to Mt. Pulaski Friday to take his par- ents home. LIBRARY IS AGAIN OPEN ON SATURDAY The Mt. Pulaski public library was closed during the month of Aug- sat while tahe ladies in charge were taking a rest froIk their regular Saturday afternoon duties. The li- brary will open again Saturday af- ternoon, September 3d, when books obtained July 30th can be returned. ATTENDED FUNERAL OF EDWARD C. OBCAMP Me. Pulaski ople who motored to Lincoln Thursday afternoon of last week and at',ended the funeral of Edward C. Obcamp, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooker, Mrs. Mary Rentmeister, Mrs. Maria Schahl, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Schahl, Mr. and Mrs. Jgsse H. Staart, Mr. and Mrs. ustave Drobisch and daughter Miss Viola. The widow, Mrs. Ob- camp, was formerly Miss Mollie Schahl, of Me, Pulaski. NORTH CAROLINA VISITORS RETURN ltOME Mrs. Charles O. DeLaney, sons (arles and Robert, and mother, Mrs. Lutu Fieenschuh, departed early Tuesday mormnff cn the return auto trip to their home in Winston- Salem, North Carolina, following a visit of three weeks here with the letter's aged mother. Mrs. Barbara Kreig, and sisters. Mrs. Emma Jen- ner and Mrs. Elizabeth Bekeme.ver. Misses Susan and Alice Connelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben.iamin Ash, of Harristom, visited here the week- end with the ladies brotaer, t)r- G. S. Cnnetly, and ,family. NO SUNDAY MAIL IN MT. PULASKI Postmaster Ray Tribbett informs us that there will be no more out- going or incoming mail in Mt. Pu- hski on Sunday. ATTEND REINION IN EDDYVlLLE. IOWA Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rupp and Mr. and Mrs. Ennis A. Downing mo- .tcred to Eddy:ille, Iowa, and attend- ed the Harding family reunion held Sunday, August 28th. They arrived home late Sunday night. YOUNG MISSES ENJOY VACATION Marjorie and Mary Jane Ryan, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryan, of Granite City, Illinois, left for their home last Friday evening following a visit of almost three months with their grandmother, Mrs. James T. Ryan, SUNDAY VISITORS AT BEIDLER HOME Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gilchrist," of Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fry and son Bill, of Springfield, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Fry's parents. Mr. and Mrs- Paul E. Beidler. In the evening all of them were visitors at the Gilchrist home in Lincoln. SPENT WEEK-END AT QUIVER BEACH Dr. and Mrs. Forest C. Van Hook, son* Harry. daughters Florence, Bet- ty and Mildred, and Will F,. Binder, accompanied by Vincent and Vernon, of Decatur motored to Havana and spen'c the week-end at the Mt. Pu- laski cottage at Quiver Beach on the Illinois river. WILBUR STOLL ON INSTITUTE PROGRAM Wilbur Stoll appeared on the Lo- gan County Teachers' Institute are- gram in Lincoln Monday evening in two vocal numbers. Wilbur, with usual graciousness, appeared in an- swer to a last minute request whe: Miss Mantle was unable to be pres- ent for her muMeal numbers. VISITORS SUNDAY AT SPENLER HOME Thomas Rees and Mrs. Ella Hart, of Springfield, visited here Sunday with his niece, Mrs,. Fred Spenler. Mr. Rees is the veteran publisher of the Illinois State Register, having been with that daily paper for fifty- one years. CAR COLLISION SOUTH OF CITY LAST WEEK A few evenings ago when George Lucas was driving to the city from his home three miles south, his car was in a collision with Tom Myers' machine, the latter car being some- what damaged. Neither Mr. Lures nor Mr. Myers were injured. HERE FOR VISIT FROM OKLAHOMA " Mrs. Wm. R. Buckles of Nelognie, Oklahoma, arrived in the cit re- cently to make an extended omit at the home of her brotherilaw, John A. Buckles, and wife, and also visit P. W. Buckles and Ham Buckles, and other kinsfolk. ATTEND ODD FELLOWS DISTRICT MEETING AI. O'Connor, Oscar Horn. Henry C. Gruber, Dean Cullen and Arthur Woodrum, members of the local Odd Fellows lodge, motored to Decatur Wednesday night of last meek and attended the Central Illinois Dis- trict meeting of Odd Fellows, several counties being represented. VISITING HERE WITH MOTHER Mrs. George Croll of Chicago is making a two weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. F. W. Obermiller. Her husband will arrive Saturday for a short stay. Mrs. Croll spent a cou- ple of days in Decatur last week with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Wolcott. TEACHING SCHOOL HE FORMERLY ATTENDED The Plainview school, located six miles west and about a mile north of Mt. Pulai, cmeaced the new term of school Wednesday, with Fred ttahn as teacher. It is a coin- dence that this was the first school he ever attended, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn living in that neighborhood at the time. VISITED MeBRIDE'S AT WILLIAMSVlLLE Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kinert and son Mervin motored to Springfield one day last week and attended the Illinois State Fair. They also stop- cd in Villianmville and called on Mr_ and Mrs. Howard McBride and family, former neighbors in Mt. Pu- laski. Mr. McBride now publishes the Williamsville Sun. KENNEY GIRL TO ATTEND SCHOOL HERE Mary Louise Pugh daughter of James Pugh. formerly of Mr. Pulas- ki, but now the Illinois Central sec- tion foreman at Kenney, arrived in the city Sunday from points in Ten- nessee following a visit of about two months with relatives. She will live at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kinert durin the school term and ' attend the Grade School. BAND PLAYED AT MAROA THURSDAY NIGHT The Beaumount Band of Mt. Pulas- ki payed an exchange concert last Thursday night, Augu 25th, in Maroa, and.were greeted by a lar;,-e and appreciative crowd. A numl>.r of Me. Pulaski people accompanied the band to Maroa on this mission of good will and friendliness. Mr, and Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchison l motored to Chicago tast Thursday and drove home a new Graham- t Faige .ean, THE TIMES-NEWS. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS SEPT. St. Louis Samaritan [ Tom K. Smith has been awarded $I,000 and made chairman o thl Citizens Relief and Employmen! Committee at St. Louis for havinl contributed most to the welfare o] his community. VISITED SON AT MAYWOOD Mrs. Anna E. Eminger. Mrs. Ray Tribbett and Mrs. Robert TribBett, took advantage of the Illinois Cen- tral excursion to Chicago Sunday and spent the day in Maywood. a' suburb, with the former's son. Earl Eminger, and family. MOTORED TO ST. JOSEPH. MO. Mrs. G. S. Connelly daughter Miss Dorothy, and son John Harold. m- tored to St. Joseph, Me., and visited Sunday and Monday with Miss Ar- lene Dannen. who was a schoolmate of Miss Dorothy at William Woods College, Fulton. Me. Miss Dorothy remained for a week's visit. STILl, SUFFERING FROM BAD FALL Paul Davis, who was hurt in July in a threshinu separator accident, has been walking on crutches ev.r since, returning the first of the week from St. John's hospital in Springfield, where he had been un- dergoing an eight-day treatmen t. GRADUATE ENTERS AIRPLANE FIELD Edward Michener, who has been living with Mr.. and Mrs. Lee Gasa- way, and last Jume graduated from the Township High School, left Sun- day morning for Chicag to enter the mechanical department of the aviation school at the Curtiss anti Wright airport. CHICAGOANS VISIT RELATIVES HERE Jerome Levi and son Jerome. and Simon L. Adler . of Chicago motor- ed to Mt. Pulaski and visited the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Myers. Mrs. Adler and son Robert., who have been here for two weeks visiting her Mater, Mrs. Myers, re- mained for a longer stay. SUNDAY DINNER IN HONOR OF VISITORS Mrs. Leslie Smith and daughter, Scala and Shirley Jean. of Forest Park, a Chicago suburb, arrived Sat- mlay for a week's visit with her aunt and uncle, Mrs. G. C. Zah and Will F. Binder. -A the Zah hem, vf Decatur, and Mrs.. Will F. Bind Sunday a dinner was given for them the others present being Mrs. Smieb's parents, Mr.. and Mrs,. Ernest Hoist, GUESTS AT THE RENTMEISTER HOME Mr. and Mrs. William Lang and sister Flora, and Mrs. Plummer and daughter, of Virginia, Illinois, Miss Claudina Schafer. of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tomlinson and daughter Joyce Ann, and George Horn, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Mary Rentmeister on North Garden street. Miss Schafer, who formerly taught in the Mt. Pulaski grade hool, will teach in Chicago cne coming term Our national wealth is estimated at nearly $400,000,000,000 which is equi- valent to $3,250 for every man, wo- man and child in the United State N[ITA MAR00 r'hma you use LOWI BRO3III QUICK-DRYING IKNAMI you can paine woodwork, fukaimre, floors, glass, met . .  wihou leaving a brush mark! It hmhes on $o smoothly, hides o well, and dries so quickly, that you'll ad this enamel a pl to use. Let us show you the many attractive olo Connolley Drug Co. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS HARRY RULE IN I Fuhrer. On Sunday Mr. The Fall Coiffure SERIOUS CONDITION" ]Frank Buehler, living three a " " ...... , .,  l e st of the ctv, gave a dr harry lu.iewas rKen .o ne ea- ling as guests (he Peoria vi. coness nosplval in ll|n auraa-*--- , ,- =- - ' . . . -,vlrs. ar.llne fuhrer, asu anu underwent a major operationlAnna son Jose,-h a-d r for appendicitis. His condition has IDa n ). Fuhrer and sons" " been very serious since then. [Dale. SPENT SUNDAY AT !ALBION, ILLINOIS i Mr. and Mrs. George Underhill, ,,daughter Virginia. and son Robert, motored to Albion, Illinois, and visit- ed Sunday and Monday with Mr. and 51rs. Charles Campbell, formerly of this vicinity. VISITING HERE FROM DETROIT Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fischer and Thomas Aquinas Catholic son. of Detroit, Mich., were week- meet on the afternoon of end visitors t the home of Clarence September 7th, at the home L. Frazier. On Sunday Mr. Frazier T.A. Scroggin on South Miss Gabby Dure posed tb newesl and son Clarence, and Mr. Fischer, atreet, tbe hostesses being an the acceptd fall hairdress for !,attended the Cubs-Giants game in i Theresa Veidenbacher and the Illinois Hair Dressers Associa- bChicago, t Charles Schmitz. tion convention at Chicago. It is a 1 lffure for blondes. RETURNS HOME [ LUTHERAN WORKERS tAFTER VISIT HERE MEET SEPTEMBER 7TH IorOUED HERE 1 Waldo Regal returned to Chicago I The Lutheran Workers of John's Ev. Lutheran church OR WEEK-END Tuesday following, a isit since Satur-I Mrs. Rena Drobisch, daughter day wi,h his si.ter, Mrs. R: Be.rtoni, i meet Wednesday afternoon, Miss Kath!een. and sons Mitchell and ":l Iamlly. lee nasa posmon In =he [ ber 7th, at the home of Mrs. Edison. of Chicago, motored to M..  ca go postoce, hut for two weeks [ Davis in Cornland vicinity. , a tenae(l the te erve rncer Pula,ki and visited Saturday and " s s Train-i the weather is unfavorable, th Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John ing Camp at Fort Sheridan, durinv! hers will then meet with Mr M. Rothwel]. They came to attend which time his wife visited Mt. Pu -''E' Wagner cn Belmont stree the Scroggin-Buckies family reun- !aski relatives. She went back to her ten held at the Lincoln Chautauqua nome wth him. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haas, of City, Iowa. have been visiting grzunds Sunday. MOTORED DOWN city for a ccup!e of weeks ZION SEWING CIRCLE TO MEET The Sewing Circle of Zion theran church will meet in tI meat of the church Wednesday noon. September 7th, with E. Dittus, of Lincoln. as GOOD WILL SOCIETY AT SCROGGIN HOME The Good Will Society of ATTENDED MEETING OF LUTHERAN CHURCH Fall plans for the Lutheran church- es of the Misscuri smod in Spring- field circuit were made Wednes.ay a - a :ircui= mec:inV, held in Trinity Lutheran church, Decatur. There are ten congregations in this circuit. Rev. H. Wittrock, pastor of the Me. Pulaski Zion Ev. Luthean church. attended the meeting. COPELAND REUNION NEXT SUNDAY The home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ridgeway, about three miles north- we of Me. Pulaski, on Sunday, Sep- tember 4th, will be the scene of the annual reunion of the descendants of Miller C, apeland, a pioneer resident of the Copeland church neighborhood ttthwest of Me. Pulaski. The reun- runs are usually attended by about 150 people. The nresent officers are Willis Copeland, Rochester. president, and Miss Lois Copeland, Mt. Pulaski, Secretary and treasurer. WELLS MOTORED TO FAIRFIELD, ILLINOIS Mr. and Mrs, Harry Wells, Mi- Kathryn Keil, Miss Alta Morris and Mrs. Harris (living north of city), motored last Friday to Fairfield, Wayne county, returning Sunday night. Mrs. David Cheek also made the trip with them, and visited an uncle and aunt at Dahlgren. Miss Morris, who spent the summer vaca- tion here at tbe Wells home, remain- ed at Fairfield to resume her teach- ing duties in a school in that vicinity NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS All owners of vacant property or tots are ,hereby notified to keep their premises free of weeds or subject themselves to legal action. THE MAYOR COW LOST--Yearling Jersey heif- er; re,ard. Please notify Mrs. Eel. Meister. Phone 68 Red. FROM PEORIA Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Fuhrer, of Peoria. motored here the week-end and visited his mother, Mrs. Caroline sister, Mrs. Louis F. Last Thursday ?dr. Haas and and 3Ir. Weidenbacher and tored to Lincoln on a business HIGHEST MARKET. "THE HOME OF HOME KILLED" MEATS." BUTTER 1 I I ! LEAN ,o,, ,.s, "1Oc I Sugar Cured PiCNiC HAMS I T-BONE PORK 25c [ 1 CHOPS .;,VE 1200C | vm BEEF ROAST ROAST VEAL BREAKFAST c.0n ISc i 12 BACON In Styles Just Purchased After the Big Drop in Prices TIE UP WITH OUR SET-UP FOR FALL NEW STYLES CASH PRICES GOOD QUALITY AF, S C: OE .MT. PULASKI SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 cans CRACKERS--2 pound box __ If CATSUPs14 1-2 ounce bottle- ............ I! WHEATIES--per package -:: ............ SHREDDED WHEAT BISC]-U ---pkg.----- ....... ...... . Back To School CORN--No. 2 can ............... 3 for _-- of F00A.a for Boys and Girls PINEAPPLE--No. 2 1-2 can 2 for 3 PEANUT BUTTERPOund-jar-]_--_-- _ __-- :t JAR RUBBERS--package - --- _2 _ i FERNDELL JELLY POWER---g?s. - I! TOILET PAPER--4 rolls ............. _-- FERNDELLL CORN STARCH 1 lb. pkg ..... FERNDELL SODAI lb. package ........... B,NANAS--4 pounds for .................. ORANGES--per dozen .................... gx[ords POTATOES--15 pound peck .... & Straps CORN MEAL Bring Us Your Eggs--Cash or Trade -LU!AS & JE It Pleases Us To Please You" C LE*'[ STHoR PHONE WE, WEST SIDE SQUARE MT. PULASKI,