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Family m Sunday annual family reunion of of Enoch and Pol- pioneer residents of Mt township, was held Sun- Jept. 7, in Nelson park on lecatur, a potluck dinner at noon. At the busi- Mrs. Russell Curtis Pulaski was elected The date and place or reunion will be announc- attending the reunion as Nettle Riley, Mr. Ralph Riley and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ril- Atkinson, daughters Barbara and Carol, everett sons Tommy and Neal, Chumbly. and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Amos C. J. Wayne Stley, Pastor. Services for Sunday, Sept. 14: Bible School at 9:30 a.m. Worship and Meditation at 10:- 30 a.m. The power of Christianity can defeat the force of arms. We must fully realize that love is more pow- erful than hate; aggressive gooQ will than bombs; and the Cross than armored legions. Jesus al- ways had a high regard for per- sonality. He is still insisting to- day that human life comes first, and that whatever hinders its de- velopment or limits its personal freedom is rong. In this world of strife, hatred and selfishness, help us lift high in our daily lives the Cross of the Prince of Peace and to follow His gospel of love and forgiveness and speed the day of universal love and harmony. Lead on, O King Eternal, Till sin's fierce war shall cease. And Holiness shall whisper The sweet Amen of peace. TEIE MOUNT IWLASKI 14[I$NEWN, MOU1WI'  IIJt,lOl8 IP NdEI l er 8, at th home of Mrs. John I Damarin north of the city. The Dorcas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday i A weiner roast was held Mon- day evening at the country home of Mr. ad Mrs. Walter Sams and son Julian east of the city. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George A. Tomlinson, Mrs. Frances Tom- linson and daughter Joyce Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster and daughter Miss Virginia, Miss EI- leen Stopher and Mrs. Henry Bla-ckford. The D. W. Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Vernon Cooper west of Mount Pul- aski for a social occasion. Pinoc- hle was played, the prize awards going to Mrs. Paul Schmidt, Mrs. Theodore Adermam and Mrs. John Damarin. A club guest was Mrs. C. O. ROOS of Beason vicinity. A weiner roast is planned for the members and families, to be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26, at a plae to be announced later. The night at the home of Mrs. Frank Talmae on North Vine street. After the business meeting the women played Rook, the prizes going to Mrs. C. E. Hildreth and Miss Violet Cooper. The next I-os- tess will be Mrs Pearl Waddell. Gene Jackson, 10 years old, who lives with his grandfather, Clar- ence Jackson, on North Marion street, is now greatly improved. The boy fell off of a bicycle almost two weeks ago and struck his head on the pavement His condition was serious for many days. i u We Are A Walgreen Store Visit Us When in Lincoln FEUERBACHER'S Fire cusing an estimated darn- ' age of $1,500, destroyed the four room tenant house on the William White farm )n state route 10 eight miles west of Lincoln at midnight Friday. CARD OF THANIKS I wish to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude to all those who assisted in any way whatsoever during the illness of my loved one and for their sym- pathetic words in my bereaement Mrs. Reide C. Wilson. .................. i SATISFACTION! Your beauty problems are our personal responsibility, whether it be a new permanent wave, a series of facials, a new coiffure, or just a manicure. Our service is of a highly per- sonalized nature, tuned to your personal needs. Your beauty work must be done correctly. Phone 871 for an appointment Bobble Beauty Shop Lincoln's Leading HairstylistJ and Mrs. Roy Wil- You are always invited to come next regular club meeting will b.  Lincoln  Pulaski St. and worship with us. ;held V/ednesday afternoon, Octob- , ..... OverKresges MrsRubyKorpaa Arthur Hunting- _ .....  -"  dauglter Miss Nedra.   rg--Mr. and Mrs. Or- Piatt. / O--Mr. and Mrs. carter [ Mrs. Claude Bowles. Ills, Rfd.--Robert Cope- Jr., Miss Ethel Thompson. t Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. I. Oglesby, Miss Alice Cook, ' " M Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mrs. e Holmes, Mr. and .Mrs. , Mr. and Mrs. Lon Davis, d Mrs. John curtis, Mr. and RUSsell Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Fine 80 sq. print in fancy pat e  I CltJUA'm--, {I Curtis and sn Edward" style[p::/ III )::'Wtphl i ' and Harry Eugene Manes. I !tray Lyon Is 1 " " | Fmr \\;Ill $1.98- S2 98 LV U. S. Ensign TAILORED SKIRTS " W " Get at least two for every jacket  | ldem,.m . -- .... r three months of intensive -- one matching, one contrasting!  I rq[l[[| l_jlk  in the Naval Reserve Mid- and / p d drape  Cleverly styled fall fabrics, cotors |/ Rugged fabrics in leate school at Abbott Hall,  .- 2 ) 1 models New colors Priced right Lern University, Murray m a plaias! ............ .._.49 i . son of Mr. and Mrs. L.  I ANKLETS , ts l $2 50 -- $5 '" of Mount Pulaski, was Children's and Girls Ankle j " .50 .'.Z Reserve in a colorful 00ool 12c - here today. He expects W New Shipment oz  c ' ' Y , " ant be beaten, Sanforized for , , elled to active duty abroad ROLLINS SILK HOSE permanent - Uncle Sam's men-o'-wkr.  ' while we have plenty. ............. l J- u - was one of a class of 680 who 3 4, and 7 thread. Buy your hose fit  q] 1 ..!.,111__o their commissions. Under of naval officers of eXPerience, all these youths qualified as deck officers. hail from 42 states of the hall is one of two Naval Midshlpmen's schools. is in New York, abroad .8. S. Prairie State, where officers as well as officers are schooled. To qual- in these schools, man must be a native unmarried, and not 20 nor more than 28 Old. He must be physically fit, and must have a degree in arts, Science, a/c an accredited or university. His studies have included two semester One course in tl'Igonometry must be includ- or have been taken prepara- the college mathematics The midslipman agrees raa-ry during his. three- period, but he may fterward. When called to uty, he remains with the th present emergency ended. attended the Universits" for three years. He was hen he enrolled at the Ab- school. Growing 8eaton growing season in North ranges between the ex- of 174 days in the noun- 291 days at Hatteras. SCHOOL SWEATERS New fall styles and colors in slLp- overs and  _ 1 _ Cardigans W .L IW  Iq Infants' and Children's Sweto 69e and Se SHAPELY NEW HAND BAGS MEN'S SPORT AND DRESS OXFORDS Sv,gger brown - Moccasin style, wing tip styles, latest fall styles with heavy leather soles ............... $.5.4 GIRLS' SCHOOL OXFORDS " Comfortable moccasin types and many other styles to choose from in brown and black ', ........ $2.29 and $2.45 CHILDREN S RUGGED STYLES Hard to scuff uppers, water repellent sole, dress styles & service types $1.98 MEN'S WORK SHOES Retanned leather uppers, long-wearing nailed and sewed construction. Worth $2.45. Still priced at ..... $2.19 WOMEN'S NEW FALL FASHIONS Higher style at a lower price! Suedes with ,patent and alligator trim -- elasti- cized crushed kid pumps, and many oth- er new fall styles to choose from. Only .................... $2.45 BOYS' SCHOOL OXFORDS Sturdy shoes for dress or school wear. .Easy to shine, leather uppers. Worth $2.45. Only ............... $2.19 REGALAIRE TIES Smart patterns  4 " dl Wrinkle resistant ] L IV Pheonlx Cravats 50c KIHGSBURY HATS Fur Felts in J Part Wool Plaid Pairs Not less than 5% wool in a sturdy weave that stands up under hard wear Smart bedroom plaids with a 3" sateen binding!   ' Z ;-.-- 00pe- ff Terry Towel A rare buy! Large sized fluffy towels. Absorbent, long wearing Choice of checked or solid centers! In room colors! 19c Stock up! .... Outing Flannel Softly napped cotton in light or dark stripes and solid colors. 36 in. 12c Yd ............ Girls' Fall Frocks Percale, poplin, and fine ginghams ! Sizes 3-16. . $1.19 Children's Undies Warm waist suits of ribbed cotton ! For ........ 49C Use our Lay-Away-Plan to buy that Suit, I Jacket, Blanket or any other article In our Store. Make a small down pyment---we will hold whatever you choose at no extra charge. Facing higher prices llke every store is, your lay-away purchases are bound to save you money. Cl FAR''')