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OCTOBER 16, 1941 [Defaming, stationed at Field near Rantoul, spent and Sunday northwest ,city with his parents, Mr. Ellis C. Downing. On vening Mrs. Doming, Mae Ryan and Miss beibert made an auto trip Field, taking Lester his army duties. Suedmeier of this vicin- taken to St. Clara's hos- Lincoln Monday for med- TIlE MOUNT PUIASKI TIMES-NEWS. MO=r PULASKI, ILLINOIb Sunday with his brother, Stanton two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Demmitt, and Monday were guests Stephen Worley. of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shoup south of Mount Pulaski. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Helen Roos who spent Sunday in Lincoln with Dr. and Mrs. Donald ]f. Bin-ringer, and Monday at the Shoup home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Salka, Mrs. Eva D. Morse and Mrs. Herman Beck of Meriden, Conn., c:me Sunday for a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Yauch and family northeast of the city. Tley, and the Yauch's and Mrs. Mary Yauch, of Peoria were guests of Miss Vfinifred Loetterle, Tuesday. Mrs. John Barton returned home on Monday night from Dawson Springs, Kentucky, where she vis- ited relatives, old neighbors and friends for  few days. She made the trip with her son, Elton Bar- ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomaz Babisky, of Springfield. who were on a short business journey to Macon, Ga. An 8-pound daughter was born Monday, October 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ryan, who live south- east of the city. :Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogel- sang came lome Monday from Pe- oria following a visit of almost Mr. and Mrs. Rex Rau spent Sunday in Galesburg at Melvin Davis'. If favorable weather the county corn husking contest will be held Thursday of this week at Glenn Rau's. Mrs. Alice Wilson, Decatur, and mother, Mrs. Minnie Nowlin, of I The first Epworth League In- stitute of the season was held on I Monday evening at the First Metldist church in Lincoln,  twelve churches being represented. i Attending from Mount Pulaski were Ray. and Mrs. F. E. Neumey- i er, Glenn Tutwiler, Robert Christ- 'ensen, Marvin Kinert and Russell Layman. EaCh. institute will be held on Monday night at the chur- Marc)a, were dinner guests and ch in Lincoln. l afternoon visitors with Mrs. V. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Barton i Hetzler and H. Kerwood. of Peoria, visited here Saturday . . _ ter in all the low evening with his sister, Mrs. DeN l.,a.Kes oI wa bert Bobell, and family, lands after Monday's big rains. - Warm like summer. School pu- g ..... pils were out wading in Joe Gore- AUSTIN tzke's pasture at noon hour. Tues- day and Wednesday were ideal MISS HA''KERWOOD t days. More rain Thursday. Sat- Corresponden [ urday and Sunday were nice = a/ ................ Joe Goretzke and Glenn Rau have new trucks, also F. L. South ern. Mrs. V. G. Hetzler of Sulphur. i Okla, arrived here Thursday aft- i ernoon for a visit. PAGE ELEVEN days. Lady bugs were thick tn the air Sunday afternoon. Fifty-seven present for Sunday School. Ladies' Aid met Tueaday with Mrs. Doolen. NEGOTIATE FOR GROUND TO WIDEN ROUTE 66 The right of way committee of the Logan county beard of super- visors last Friday rsumed work of negotiating for the purchase of right of way for the widening pro- ect of U. S. Route 66 south from Elkhart rand Williamsville. L. A. Bur,veil, V. C. Cline and William Banner, members of the commit- tee, reported that they had signed up more than half of the required right-of-way, estimated at about 15 miles, required. ! i i , ii I ANTIQUE FURNITURE end GLASS LOGAN CO. FURNITURE MART, Lincoln North of City Hall Building "Only the Best in Used Merchandise" ,,,,,|, ,, i i , ,, ad Mrs. Lorenzo Downing Mrs. George Meis- Mrs. John Curtis, left last morning on an auto trlp City, Okla., where they and Mrs. Edgar Huff- family for one day, going Oxford, Kan., to see some of "Mr. Downing. Their was in Abilene, Kan. there with his sister, Mrs. I3roughton, whom he had in 36 years. The group home Monday night. Voile, of Mount Pulaski A. F. and A. M., and ). Elliott, of Latham Lodge Were in CbAcago Tuesday and :tended the of the Grand Lodge of ! in Hotel Sherman. I)orcas Guild of St. Jhon's church met Tuesday " the Bertoni care, with Froschauer as hos- the business meeting played, tl prizes go- Frank Talmage and F. Binder. The Will meet in two weeks at place, with Mrs. J. H. as the iostess. Ellis C. Dowming of this and Mrs. Raymond Rein- Lincoln, both members of of Eastern Star, were Friday, October 10, and social meeting of the '38 Club, held in the Qf Mrs. Nora Wilson. and Mrs. Sidney Lee left on an auto trip to Racine Holstein, Wis., and re- home Wednesday night. Anna Roth on Wednesday entered the Deaconess in Lincoln as a surgery Miss Rot has been ill Umber of weeks. Tuesday morning nother Fiesta affair started to rain early that and had the appearance all-day workout. The other for the week have been The temperature at 6 a. was 45 degrees. Up to Oetober 16, there has killing frosts, as evidence green condition of tomat d other vegation. An in- that cooler weather will here is ti faCt that you e so many bench warmers Public square. ld Mrs. Ray Demmitt, of visited north of Illiopolis Ilere... Come in 'luke Qt the ThrUl__ a Lifetime for yourself the thrill- new performance of new Case full 2-plow tractor.., get a new slant a the ease of steering, thifting, and backing.; a comfort in deep cus - [ seat and safet plat- . ; ; four speeas for- ;  22 new operaung Onveniences plus new in fuel and up- s.. an entirely new experience. SALES ALWAYS..THE GREATEST BARGAIN FESTIVALOF THE FALL SEASON Heater.. Defroster.. Radio.. Lights-PLENTY of Surplus Power S2 Trade.In Allowance on Sears 24.Month Guaranteed "Powermax" Batte00r Regularly Priced $6.65 45 Standard Size Plates Port Orford Cedar Separators No-Spill Safety Vent EXTRA Savings Nowl Hot Water Car Heater * An $8.9S Value e Plated Chrom.  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