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EPT. 22 1932 EVENTS Vv-elsanff made a business Springfield Tuesday, i  Conrey of Springfield was a i visitor here Tuesday. m isa Mary Fitch of Chicago is  li hit in the city this week with tttd Mrs. John T. Hershey. er Gulso, living southwest of Laity. motored to New Holland ay on a business trip. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler visit- Springfield Sunday with their Iter, Mrs. W. E. Fry. ....s Marie Doran of Springfield here Sunday and Monday with "rents, Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. Holmes Reunion Held Sunday i On Sunday, September 18th. the sixth annual reunion of the Holmes families, descendants of William I Holmes, of Lake Fork, was held in i the spacious garage of William E. Holmes & Sons at the southeast cor- ner of the square, Mr. Pulaski. The heavy downpour of rain Sunday morning changed the plans in the l place of holding the reunion, as it I had been planned to hold it at the [old homestead of the aged mother. I Mrs. Mary Holmes, near. Lake Fork- I The big garage met he reqmre- ments of the occasion, and here the bounteous fish and chicken fry was served and greatly enjoyed. A busi- .: Emma Torbeck of ML Pulas- hess meeting was held, and the folo lowin officers were elected to serve nity entered St. Clara's hospi- he coming year: |1 Lincoln the first of the week President---Charles Holmes. of Mt. Pulaski. ive radium treatment. .: John Glass, of Springfield, Vice President--Mrs. C. F. Richner, ,Visited in the city for a week of Latham. her mother Mrs. Matilda Weia- Secretary and TreasurerMrs. C. returned home Sunday. A. Dain, of Elkhart. her,  and Mrs. A1. Olsen, of Chicago, Committees were named to serve sitin. here this week with her at the reunion in 1933, as follows: Entertainment---Miss Cora Holmes, r, Mrs. George Romer. having Crow, Russell Curtis. returned from an eastern trip. drs. Leo Refreshments---Mrs- Steve South- ld Snyder, of Menasha, Wis- rn, Mrs. Dick Mueller, Mrs. Shelby ]. motored to ML Pulaski Sat- E. Curtis, George W. Curtis. t.Y to make a week's vacation via- General Arrangements Fred Hol- hhis father. Frank B. Snyder. rues. Leo Crow, Obed Holmes. This tOrge W. Curtis, and Charles ommittee will name the dv.te and se- Lines and son Lawrence, motored! ect the location for the 1933 reunion. Ftth last Saturday and enjoyed a Mrs. Mary Holmes. aged 84 years, | of fishing on the Illinois rive. vas the oldest person present, and the youngest was Robert Lee Holmes, roof on the William E. Holmes % ,hree weeks old. Mrs. Holmes has rage at the southeast cor- 41 grandchildren and 60 great grand- square was repaired last week. children living. iven a new coat of tar and Those attending the reunion were as follows: Lake ForkMrs. Mary Holmes and b Carolyn Snyder, who is ask- business course of study in daughter Miss Cora. Latham--Mr. and Mrs. abed Hol- ug, visited in the city Saturday and three children, Mrs. William tB nday with her father, Frank nes Sallee. dePyd r. Chestnut--Mr. and Mrs. Steve O. an Southern and three children. SpringfieldMr. and Mrs. Ben FIolmes and four children- Elkhart--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence iF and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber and Helen Shull, motored to An- and visited Saturday and Sun- relatives, Mr. end Mrs. Roy k. Dain and family.  .... I of Mt. Mr. PulaskiMr- and Mrs. Charles W. Ms: ..........  . tT.l,o Miqs Steila Holmes, Law- who ts now hwng m Lm fence Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Wflham Lst Thursday for medical care. "- -nd Mrs Shelby E Curtis,  Ferrow of Buffalo, New York, Mr and Mrs. George Wo Curt|s, Mr. t in the city last Friday to jmd Mrs Russell Curtis,, -- a,Mr" and t for more than a week with Mrs. 00or,e We_,er, nds Mr. and Mrs. Ch arlee Orin Rutledge, Mr. ann ita. " Holmes and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crow. Gettysburg. South Dakota  Mr. and Mrs, FAlsworth Peterson. hel Shrader, who is employed county clerk's O in Li in the city Sunday with his ta, Mr. and Mrs. James li. er_ k-Emma Jenner, of the gro- Ifirm of Lucas & Jenner, took from her store duties snd Ralph Buckles work- store. first Fellowship Supper of will be given at the Moth " 1 church at 6:30 o'clock next y evening, September 26th. m will be given following per. Mrs. Carl Flannigan, of ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd of Springfield were guests night and Sunday of Mr. Dan J. Fuhrer and family. and Mrs. Henry Unkauf, of Mo. visited in the city with old neighbors, Mr. and J. Kautz, Sr. Mr. Un- lived in Mt. Pulaski. the 9-months'old son of Mrs. Oald Brooker living tea west of the city, under t minor operation Saturday at hospital in Lincoln. and Mrs. John Beck, residing of 2he city, motored Friday Illinois, and visited un- with their son, Otis Wittrock, son of Rev. end Wittrock, left last week for Mo., to commence his final study at Concordia Semi- after which he will enter the church ministry. heavy downpour of rain last mornin- caused s postpone- of the Odd Fellows and Re- ' Picnic to have been held at  Oaks Bluff on Salt creek. No qate has been set as yet. and Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchison. by Mr. and Mrs. Her- of Lincoln. motored to Tuesday to see the Cubs  Natioal League @tmnant header with the Pirates- ann Romer of Peoria vlsi_t city Wednesday and ThumrmSaYma week with his brother, Jacob and sisters. Mrs. Albert F. and Mrs. Fred J. Roth, and the band chicken fry- Mrs. Wesley Creighton, and Mrs. Joseph Henry and , of Potomac, Illinois, ate  this city Sunday and visi_ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. BIRTHDAY PARTT WEST THE TIMES-NBWS, MT. OF THE CITY RECENTLY On the evening of Sunday. Septem- ber th, a group of neighbors sad friends gathered at the home of Mr. is is tl wodd's 'w terms zm. I feat Head Coch of Frsa ,mt , m.. e= _ msa who had rukd sne Lvos. , FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY CLUB MET SEPTEMER 16TH The Friendship Community Club held their first meeting of the sea- son last Friday evening. September i l6th, at the Laughery school house on Route 121, over a mile north of Mt. Pulaski. Officers for the season were elected, as follows: President  Harrin Vandeven- der. Vice President--Win. Burris. Secretary and Treasurer  Mary Jane Davis. Reporter--Fern E. Halstead. After the election the following was given: Piano solo, Miss Alice Beggs. Uklin music, Clifford Vandeven- ier. Song, Velma Halstead. Music, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hal- ste and Harron Vandevender. , Play, "Tbe Filming of Uncle Tom s Cabin," with the following east: Levi ShortzumMarion HaL,m& Red--Herschel Vandevender. Uncle Tom--Clifford Vandevender- Eliza, with the childFern Hal- stead. Aunt Chloe--Louise Allem Simon Legree--Elmer Beck. Little Eva--Helen Beck. TopsyVeima Halstead. The BloodhoundBetty. Music, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hal- tead and Harrison Vandevender. Everyone seemed to enjoy the first neeting. and Mrs. Elward Michels, 4 1-2 miles west of ]t. Pulaski, and helped them, GRADE SCHOOL celebrate their birthday anniversar- ies. All had a very enjoyable time. IN LEAGUE At a late hour sandwiches, cake and coffee were served. The diversion of :he evening was cards. Those present were Mr. a Mrs; -*; ouendorf- Bernice, Roy aria Lu'c]le'teuendorf, of Detur, M and Mrs. Chris Schaefer: eomn n r Everett Schhaeffer. ot t,me n, md Mrs. Jake French, Bud and Vir- inia French, Mr. and oelker, Bernice and Vernon .voelze_r, Mr and Mrs. Huse Flmn and daugh- ter Agnes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dam- mermann, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wolf Ella, Esther. Gertrude, Doro- ithy and Raymond Wf, Mr and Ml a Roy Moore an son r33. -, r_: := Gaffney, Mr. Davantler, rru .... Leroy Michels. Will Eliminate Dangerous Curve The bottleneck entrance to Lin- coln on Route 4 from tbe north will be a drisng hazard of the past as a I esult of the decision in the circuit curt at Lincoln at 7 o'clock Wed- nesday night. A jury in the circuit court eonsid- erin the condemnation suit the Coogan estate to obtain right way for state Route 4. awdeease estate $4,05.50 damages. _.-n went to the jury snoruy zo ,= xt j - ' .... -  o for land not taken but da ge 0 for the tenant- Work on this greatly needed im- provement will he done this f,l. N. Bald000000, M.D. Lincoln, Illinois Eye, Ee, l00end Glasses Broken Lens Du#lieated OVER Ka00S600S Basketball players in the making building the ground work for winning district and state champion- ships are to be found in the Mt. Pu- laski Grade School. Three other Grade Schools !n I county have completed a basket- schedule for a series of games his season previous to the county tournament The schedule is as fol- lows: December 2--L O. O. F. Home at Mt Pulaski; Atlanta at Latham. December 9---Latham at I. O. O. F. Home; Mr. Pulaski at Atlanta. December 16---Mt. Pulaski at La- tham; Atlanta at I. O. O. F. Home January 9--Mt. Pulaski st I. O. O. F. Home; Latham at Atlant January 13---I. O. O.F. Home at Latham; Atlanta at Mt. Pulaski. GOLD MEDAL "KITCHEN TESTED" FLOUR Cooldng E Recommend This "Kitchen Tested" Flour No m.atr what you bake, pie s pastries or bread, you now neea only this one flour, W. D. KRATZER PUISKL ILLINOIS Secretory Hyde To Speak At B____ig Rally Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde, one of the most outstand- ing orators in President Hoover's cabinet, will be the keynote speaker at a mammoth "Back-To-Prosper- ity" rally to be held at Mackinaw Dells on Friday, September 23d. Secretary Hyde, who will journey out from Washington especially for the occasion, will fire the opening gun of an intensive campaign by the Republican party throughout the ag- ricural districts of the middle west. His speech, in the nature of a per- sonal message from the President, will be awaited anxiously by the farmers throughout the country. In addition, there will be present at the gathering the entire slate of Illinois Republican "back-to-pros- ity" candidates in the election on I November 8th. Former Governor Len Small, who heads the state tick- et for re-election as governor, will i speak from the platform alongside Secretary Hyde. The rally will be the outstanding festive occasion of the present eam- 9aign, and present indications are that more than 20.000 men, women and children will take part in the old-time basket picnic at the famous playground five miles south of Eu- reka. The meeting will be held without fail, rain or shine. Everything is to be free. There will be a host of popular radio and vaudeville entertainers, there will be a big free dance, free band con- certs, free games and sport events, and all the various diversions that were ,art of the old time political get-togethers of the good old days. Preceding and follng the speaking in the afternoon will be extensive programs of radio and vaudeville entertainment headed by leading artists from WLS radio sta- tion in Chicago. Bands from Peo- ria, Bloomington and other central Illinois cities will entertain from :tree to time, and in the supper time hour will engage in a free-for- aU band contest- In the evening the program will take on the nature of an ex-service men's gathering at which Mr, Brooks, candidate for State Treas- urer,, one of the rrmst decorated he- roes of the Marine corps during the war, and a brilliant orator, will speaL The dance, beginning at 9 o'clock !in the evening, will be of high order, [and arrangements are being made ito brinl flown from Chicago a fa. !mous dance band to supply the music- A'II'ENDED CARD PARTY IN LINCOLN WEDNESDAY The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Mary's Catholic church, Lincoln. sponsored a Card Party Wednesday afternoon at the K. of C. club rooms, there being about thirty-five tables at play, with Pinochle. Euchre, Five Hundred and Bunco as the games. A lunch was served. The following Mt. Pulaski ladies motored to Lincoln to a-tend the i event: Mrs. E. G. Phinney, Mrs. i Troll Turner Miss Anna Fuhrer, Mrs. Frank Buehler, Mrs. Dan J. Fuhrer Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley, Mrs. E. Beidler. Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp, Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose, Mrs. George C. Beidler, Mrs. Margaret Nolan Mn. Robert I. Leer, Mrs. Louis F. ! Soma, Mrs. Alma M. Reinders, Mrs. .alph Walsh, Mrs. Omer Potter, Mrs. Charles hmitz, Mrs. Albert F Dillsaver, Mrs. Fred J. Roth. Mrs. . B. Kent and Miss Katherine Jen- Office Hours, 9  5. Tel. 6600 Oters by Appointment DR. P- F. MOUNT Chlrolll --.Foot BINiallst Cor, Callouses. Inlrown Nails, Ring worm (Atleto's Foot), Postmaster Ray Tribett, and Floyd t, alnrul Arcnem can be wuccess- E. Downing, Rfd. 2 carrier, motored tully Treate(t to Bloomington Wednesday and at- tended a meeting of postmasters 826-327 Citizens Bldg. Detur from this distrieL GULSO BROTHERS FOURTH ANNUAL CHESTER WHITE BOAR & 61LT SALE AT B. H. KECK'S SALE BARN ON ROUTE 121 IN MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS CHESTNUT Chestnut Royal Neighbors Enjoy All Day Rally In Lincoln Chestnut. Ill., Sept. "21.The WaN ther League of Zion Ev. Lutheran church met Tuesday night with Norbert and Wilbur Schroth. l/mbers of the Royal Neighbors lodge of Chstnut motored to Lincoln last Friday and held an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Ralph Kinnion, formerly of Chestnut. At noon a pot luck dinner was served. DistriCt Deputy Miss Alice Yates, and the Oracle. Mrs. Price, both of Decatur, were present. Plans are being made for the 19th annual county convention to be held in New Holland Wednesday, October 19th. The convention was held in Chestnut last year. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rentschler and family motored to Lake Frk vicinity Sunday and visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis. Rev. Lloyde G. Strouse has been returned to Chestnut as pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church for another year. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stoll motored Champaign and visited the week- end with the latter's brother, John Weckel. and family. The Sugar Creek Creamery sta- tion is now located at the home of Mrs. Edgar Rose. Merritt M. Williams and Leonard J. Obery motored to Lincoln Sunday. Mrs. Gladys Marshall has moved from the Mrs. Ella Sheridan proper- ty to the Mrs. Rachel Clark place. A heavy downpour of rain fell in this community Sunday morning. A corn crib on the Schilling farm was struck by lightning and burned. Last Saturday evening while Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koenig were in the business district, fire broke out in their home, but fortunately they arrived home in time to put the fire out with only slight damage. Frank Baker, who resides in Ken- hey vicinity, was taken to the Dea- coness hospital in Lincoln and Mon. day :,ubmitted to a major operation. A group of members of the Chest- nut Methodist Episcopal church mo- tored to Springfield last Sunday and attended the annual Conference ser- vices in the morning at the State Ar- I senai. At noon they enjoyed a pic- nic dinner at Washington Park. Tho.e making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Williams, Mrs. Rachel Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Down. tng, Mrs. Edgar Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris. Mrs. d. W. Dun, Miss Irene Unger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Neuschafer and daughter Norms Kathryn, Mrs. Llodye G. Strouse and son Shiloh, Mrs. Lena Jacobssen Mrs. Samuel Hatehett, Miss Beatrice Lamar, Louise Soma. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Lakin, Oliver C- Kuntzt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillich and son Johnny, ti. t', Suedmeier is quite sick at his home south of town. Miss Bessie Laughery visited in Mr. Pulaski a few days this week with her sister Miss Jeannette, who sttends Township High Schol, and is staying at the home o Mrs. Min- nie Gulso. Miss Beatrice Lamar visited in Springfield Sunday with her sister Miss Bernice. Chestnut M. E. Church. This week marks the beginning of a new year for every Methodist Episcopal church in the Illinois Con- ference. Many pastors are launch- ing forth on new endeavors in strange fields. May God give them strength! Your pastor Rev. Llodye G. Strouse, has been returned for his fourth year of service here. and he is very hstppy over the privilege of laboring with the people he has learned to love and in the field he has learned to understand. W'ith the right purposes and ideals in mind and the spirit of Christ to lead l us, we can accomplish much good in the next few months for the King- dom of God in this community. The annual session of this Confer- ence ended Sunday with a day full of ipiring services at the State Ar- senal and the First M, E. church in Springfield. A large delegation of Chestnut folks attended the morning services at the Arsenal, and the Methodist reunion at Washington Park, and some stayed for the rest of the day, which closed with the reading of the appointments by Bishop E, L Waldorf. Regular services will be held Sunday, including the evening wor- ship service, which was suspended durinK the summer. This service will begin at 7 o'clock, and we want it to start off with a good attendare. I The service will be worth while, in- I eluding a song service, a sermon, a l brief report of the spiritual features [of the Conference sessi( s,and spec- [ ial music. The Offcial Board w l1 n.'t next Monday evening at the home of Al- bert H. Lakin. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH CURRY MARRIED FOR 52 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curry, living at 2930 East Carpenter street in Springfield, Illinois, celebrated their fifty-second wedding anniversary at their home with a family dinner on Tuesday, September 20, 1932. Mr, and Mrs. C. P. Holt, of Rock Island, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Curry have one daughter. Mrs. Holt. a granddaugh- ter, Mrs. Onah Palmer, and a great granddaughter, Rose Alice Palmer, of Springfield. The Curry family formerly resided in Mt., Mr. Curry doing shoe repairing. They moved to Spring- field a number of years ago. "'AUTUMN FOOD SALE"' Savings for the Thrifty these snappy Fall days create lusty appetites.., that's why BLUE RIBBON STORE8 bring you their Autumn Food Sale. Look at the splendid array of well-known foods, the excxeptiowal price reductions. , I , HI N I SEPT. 24 SEPT. 23 ,,,,, I I I ,,,,,m I I]1 II ,I .... RICE Era Fancy Genuine Blue Rose--6 ,pounds for CORN MEAL Blue Ribbon--00ite or 13c Yellow lb. bag LIMA BEANS Cal.masFine QualitYpounds Dried 15 ............... Li --2 i 1 IlL II II I II J I { I { -- ._ Marshmallows Blue Rib, n--Fancy 15c Quality2, 1-2 lb. pkgs. CREAM OF WHEAT Per 21c Package ,I t I I F00KF.S R00o, 21c 2 Small Pkgs. 15e--2 L'ge Pkg APPLE BUTTER BI.e Ribbon--Extra ncy 19c 30-oz Glass Jar I1 I II I I 1 I III III II PEACHES c00pa.ioo 14c No. 2 1-2 can Halves--Yellow Clings--Packed in Medium Syrup I I I II , I,Hm, I I I I I, I II SAT,, OCT. 1, 1932 SALE STARTS AT 12:80 O'CLOCK CRISCO Onecan lb. 19c Companion--tandard Quality at 20C CORN a Bargain Price--3 No. 2 cans ,, . .............. , m, ,,,, i i ,,m,N , , i HH, I I , 3 7 - BOARS & GILTS . DATES Golden--lBlUe Ribbon.,.oz.Pitted, pkg. 16C , I lit lit I I / It I lilt It I I getable So 9 .... - V Blue Ribbon e up No. 1 Can 29c 9C ,I iii -- $ FOR 25e I I I I I I JII ,, III  , COFFEE Fairy han00 " Wrapped--1 lb. pkg. I Jl I I/ ,11 I,II, I I I II I MUSTARD Bloe Ribbon Prepared. Mild ADpetizing9 oz. jar I, Hill ,, H I m,H ,i TERMS CASH GUARANTEE; All hogs guaranteed breeders. If any prove to be nO breeders after a trial, will be returned to farm and given s trial. Then t they prove breeders witl be returned to buyer at hit expense. If non4breed- era, satisfactory settlement will be made, BOAR NOT TO RUN wlth SOWS. RECORDING--All Hogs eiiing at Ik35 and over, Pedigrees Free. Under a copy of Pedigree FIELD MEN--If Imposble to attend this sale describe what you want, and price, to B. H. Keck, and you will receive fair and honest treatment; same as if you attended the sale yourself, K. & S. GROCERY , i?,  !i! I /, i/i ALL HOGS DOUBLE IMMUNED Auction.e,' rB. H KECK ClerkFIRST NATIONAL BANK MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS