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rAGE SIXTEEN 11H[E MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT PULASIKI. ILLINOI G Nauvoo Annual I00EFLECTION00 00asaway Reunion l ,. v Held Sunday 1 00uo,oo o, Grape Fest,val (Continued from Page 1) descendants of John and Elizabeth The fourth annual Nauvoo (Illi- Gasaway was leld Sunday Sept. 7, nois) Grape Festival is right in nesa or profession, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross the offing. Like famed prosperity $$ Shoup 3mil'es southeast of Mt. it is "just around the corner". But assemblage you have ever seen, garnered from every walk in life, :but all bent on the common pur- suit of having a lot of fun--and they will succeed in their quest. Marian Schuler Florida Bride where Mr. Strk is of Key West Marine is a graduate of Ohio University and engineering, a line of lowed several years, came permanently West. In addition to his bilities as vice Marine Railway, he If you are honest with yourself Pulaski. At noon a bmsket dinner and find that you are in a rut ' was served, after which a busi- $$ ds ness session was held, the same Get out of it before both en officers being elected for 1942, as dose up and you can't get out. follows: president, John S. Ervin, A daughter was born recently Niantic; vice president, John Bur- in the Deacon, s hospital, tin- chett, Mt. Auburn; secretary, coin, to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shra- Erma Sloup, Mount Pulaski. der, who live ;vest of Lake Fork. It was voted to hold next year's They came home from the hospital reunion t the same place on the the first of this week. The baby Sunday foUowing Labor Day. has been given the name Janet Those present were as follows: Lee. Houston, Tex.--Mr. and Mrs ,, _ Thurman Gasaway and daughter, Cod & Comfortable MeCOLLUM'8 OLINTONIA THEATR$1 m GLIION FRIDAY, SEPT. 12 Callinq All Women to the Clinfonia Theatre Cooking School Ist Class Fri., Sept. 12, Ip. m. 2nd Class Fri., Sept. 19, I p.m. Miss Ivena. Decatur Mr. and Mrs. C. V. CIver, Mrs. Pearl Row. Oakley--Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Snyder. Springfield--Mrs. Myrtle Fitz- gerald. Chicago---Miss Lucille Shoup. Pleasant Plains---Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hinds, daughters Helen and Eileen Tuscola--Mrs. Harry King and daughter Joamne. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Paul the Grape Festival Ires one up on prosperity--it really occurs--this year on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12, 13, and 14. Going to the Grape Festival is etting to be a habit with thous- ands of middle western folks with more than a fair scattering from even more remote sections. Nauvoo can perhaps claim the clampionship for towns of itz size (1100) in crowd drawing achievement. The 1939 version in which the historic little town was host to thousands of visitors at her combined Centennial and Grape Festival was more them! outdone by the 1940 event. The tolls on the Santa Fe bridge at Ft. Madison reached an all- time high on the Sunday of the 1939 Grape Festival--a record destined to live but a single year when the 1940 event eclipsed the former sixty year high mark. The secret of Nauvoo's crowd drawing propensity would make an interesting study in crowd psy- choloqy. Nauvoo is just a little Miss Marian Schuler, daughter of the late John L. Schuler, a nq- tire of Mount Pulaski, who op- erated a drug store in Norris City Ill., for several years, was marrmd in June in Key W'est, Fla. Tim bride lived in Mount Pulaski at one time, and the family is well known in this city. An account of the wedding appeared recently in a Carmi newspaper, as written by a Norris City correspondent. The wedding account was as fol- los: "A wedding of signifiance to, Norris City friends was disclosed building contracts ings in real estate. Mrs. Stark needs no tion to Norris City has been much in since childhood. Her late John Louis cbuggist and prominent man in Norris City ,eriod of years. After Mrs. Schuler and Marian, continued to store until Mrs. ment from business ago. Miss Marian atte College at Wilmore, her degree from the last week by announcements o . Lhe marriage of Miss Mariah:Kentucky and last Elisabeth Schuler to Mr. Edward ! slrt course at the Southern Californi William Stark on Thursday, the ninteenth of June, t Key West, Fla. Tle ceremony was recited by Judge Raymond Lord, a friend of the groom, at 7:30 in the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Dudley, prominent Florida artists, member of Zeta TaU rority, past president Century Auxiliary, ated Woman's ClubS. She taught EngliSh, speech three years High School and ployed. The marriage was |rd Class Fri., Sept. 26, I p.m. MANY VALUABLE PRIZES No Advance in Prices --On Our Screee-- SATURDAY, SEPT. 13 at. cont. shows from 2 p. m. md WALLACE BEERY vdJ lhin SUN.-MON. SEPT. 1.15 Sun. cont. shows from 2 p. m. Mon. t. 2 pro, Eve. 7:15, 9:30 Shoup, Mrs. Kate Shoup. town and they tell you frankl and close friends of the bride and Niantic--Mr. and Mrs. John Er- that they have no million dollar groom. vin, daughters Arleen and Rosa-, spectacles to offer. The lovely colonial home of the lee, son Robert, Mrs. B!a,che Er- I Of course there is a program Dudley's was beautifully decorated i vin and daughter Sadie lever] day and night and a big with Picardy gladioli and wme Latha--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest parade on sunday afternoon. The Japanese iris. The bride's bou- Campbell, daughters Phyllis Sue Grape Queen will reign supreme quet was a beautiful arrangement and Jenna Marie. and there will be tl historic of the traditional flowers of Ba- Mt. Auburn--Mr. and Mrs. John Wedding of the Wine and the hama brides, white stepanotis. Burchett, Mr. and Mrs.: Walter Cheese--- a ceremony borrowed The clusters of waxy flowers Beck, daughters Deloris Jan and rom ancient France. Nuvoo is glistened against the dark green Jessie Lee. rich in historic lore for those so leaves. A boutonniere of the same Williamsville---Mr. and Mrs. minded, reminiscent of the days was worn by the groom. Walter Damarin and daughter whe. Nauvoo was the largest city An afternoon dress of pale pink Dorothy Mae. West of 7ittsburgl uefore Brig- sheer was decidedly becoming to Elkhart--Edward Hinds. ham Young led his followers away the bride and the groom wore gray Maneto -Ralph Himls. to Utah. flannels. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Martha Really the main attraction is Mrs. John Dudley was the ma- Calver, Mrs. race McDonald, M: just old fvsb'cr.ed hospitality, tron of honor and Mr. John Dudley and Mrs. Everett Beidler, daugh- coupled with the carnival spirit was best man. ters Deloris and Donn, Mr. and o; the visto.'s themselves. Every- At the conclusion of the cere- Mrs. Henry Stratton and son body comes with the intention of mony a recbption was held and a Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam '. Gas- ha:ing a good time and they d dinner for the bridal party was away, Mrs. Helen Garvey, sons rove the time of their lives. The served at La Concha Hotel. Robert and Willard, Mr. and Mrs. rape Festival has ts fans, thous- Mr. and Mrs. Stark dispensed Edward Froschauer, sons Edward, ands of them who tell you they with a honeymoon trip in favor of Jr., Richard and Eugene, Mr. and will never mis.'- one as long as going to housekeeping in a per- Mrs. Wilhelm Baumann and dau- they live. fectly appointed apartment at 1229 gbter Janette, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor is the e::th iasm limited Yon Phister Street in Key West, Mann, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Jolt. to ay certain class o, age. Nau- son, sons Loren mad Lyle, Mr. a.xd voo expects to be host to close to Mrs. Ross. Shoup and daughter 50,000 people in the thzee days and it will be the most v, riegated Miss FmLa. ------ her decision to school term. Mrs. the same position in High School for the and her mother, Mr er, now plans to dauglter to Key turn in two weekS, the home during the CLAIM RE- JOHN H undersi of the Estate of Deceased, hereby inventory in said filed and that she fore the County County, at the Lincoln, Illinois, on day in the month at which time sdl further claims are notified and tend for the purpc same adjusted. Dated this 28th day A. D. 1941. " Margaret. eland P. Miller, Attorney. Get Rid of Your.. CLASSIFIED SECTION l you Ive Anyth/mg to Sell, Trade, Want to lJu, Have Lest or Fmmd--tl  of tim TlmeNew will g Vu tim aetlou you want. IEI oR others lve found tl to 1 not your RHEUMATISM - or NEURITIS "Natures Way TUES., SEPT. 16 Continuous shows from 2 p. m. JOB-DAYS Salary Will Be $60.00 If Job Is Not Accepted Sept. 10fh Hed.-Thurs.-|. Sept. 17.18-19 On our stage Fri., Sept. 19 CLINTONIA THEATRE COOKING SCHOOL At 1 p. m. ---SCREEN---- WRLIAMS OIL-O-MATIC OIL URNE--Size 3; A-I condi- tion. $50.00. F.E. Turley. FOR SALE---Suburban 4 room house, garage, good well, elec- tricity, 10% acres, close to bus and sclmol. Owner, 700 W. Mc- Kinley Ave., Decatur, Ill. MOUNTED CORN PICK-- will pick your corn or open fields. Also combining wflnted. --Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount pulaski, FOR Farm Trailers, stan- dard size on rubber tires. Quick delivery. Also new 1941 2 row International corn picker. Ed- Gimble, Phone 40 Black. FOR SALF--95 acres of Loga . County farm land. Must be sold to settle estate of L W. Fletch- er. Eugene Kretzingr, Ad- ministrator, Chestnut. FOR SALE---Peaches and apples for canning and butter. Mrs Ell Birks, Latham, Ill., Phone 674 Brown. FOR STWO farm wagons, in good condition. Claude Litterly. Plone 40 pink. WHTFE FACE and Short horn Bulls to let out for service. Dick Brown, 8 mils South and 2. miles West of Mount Pulaski. FOR Sbinet ctrola, Wlnut finish, in very good con- dition. Inquire at Tim-News or Phone 144. FOR SALF,--3 used coal ranges, good condition ($15---$20). 1 used coal-bottle gas range. Sev- eral bargains in used Electric Refrigerators. Central Illinois Electric and Gas Co. CASH PAID ftm dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. L , Merriman, Phone 15. Without Drugs or Strict Enjoy at hcme the same treatment that is expensive health resorts. These cbinet baths and massages, also skin and complexion. Get rid of body toxin, muscle soreness and help break up colds. WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN REDUCIN -PAUL W. Swedish Massage and Baths LADY ASSISTANT Hours 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Next to Krocjers  Phone 71 for