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THE TIMES-NEWS, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, Newsy Portrayal of Local Happenin00 :]LADIES' AID ZION !VISITED RELATIVES IN TWENTIETH CENTURY I Eatana is the daughter of Mr and "L * -- ............ CLUB ENTERTAINED [Mrs. Oscar E Wolcott, who have00Mlller Golden ldi00g anniversary were as follows: un the afternoon of Thursday. / been livin in Datur a n,,mh,, 1 -  eona--r. and Mrs. Nathan ................. Miller Mi-- November 3d, the members of thelyears, but formerly resided in Mt[ l7ofL-],r ]J**""*'l-" ,.  5Iarie Mil!er, M. lwentieth Century Club were enter-tPulaski. Eutana is a randdauc, h'tor I v v I..I.IL ]-9l]ltLi n's. Lrnes: .mer and son 11  ........  ..... Mr and Mrs. Sherman Miller tamed by Mrs.Mike Kautz at heriofMrs. F. W. Obermillerof thiscity, l  Idau hter , home on North Marion street Fivc l On .,,-a- h.  ...... g Ardella Ann, Mrs ahUn2rt  w2s )!aYe:he pZeSsbmelgtoE'TERTAINED GROUP and . Nathan E. Mler::t' 2rl i C:n?frh.aamndSi's s Fl::ose prCiUce n " g h, ENDS  '- " LUTHERAN CHURCH The Ladies' Aid Society of the gion Ev. Lutheran church will meet in the basement of the church Thurs- day afternoon, November 17th, with its. William Cooper as hostess. VISITED STARVED ROCK SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier, |lying west of city, and the latter': ister, Mrs. Laura Lee, of Montana, and Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bartels, of Decatur, made an auto trip Sunday to Starved Rock on the Illinois river between La Salte and Ottawa. Jarvis has been in the automobile Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp returned home business, spent all last week in Mt. I Monday from St. Clara's hospital, Pulaski, their old home. They are Lincoln, where she had been for soy- movin t back to Springfield this" week, oral days taking radium treatment" : Mr. Jarvis having sold his Quincy She feels much improved. business. MOTORED TO PEORIA AUBURN SUNDAY Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber and Chris Weller. Mr. and Mrs. Morrett Deibert motored AR E MOVING BACK to Auburn Sunday and visited the TO SPRINGFIELD former's cousin, Roy Battan, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jarvis and t he tatters father, Edward Oglesby, MRS. LORAH Z. LIPP who have been living in Quincy, Illi-i HOME FROM HOSPITAL nms, a couple of years, where Mr. Central Avenue, Peoria, Illinois, ob-iand Mrs. I. B. Hayward and At their home on North Marion';served their golden wedding anni-ter Vera Lou, and son street Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs i versary at their home. Mr. and and Mrs. Howard Detweiler, Mrs. Miller, who have resided inter Laura Lee, sons Paul and Chester G. Hughes entertained a group of friends, Five Hundred be-i Peria for the past nine years, for- Miss Hazel McMunn George BeeL ins played The prizes were award-Imerly lived in the vicinity of Elk- Mt. Pulaski--Mr. 'and Mrs. ed to Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver, Wili lhart, Logan county, for thirty-eight!H. Shrader, Mr. and Mrs. Mann, Miss Anna Schafer, Oscar years. Mr. Miller is a brother of Beck, Mrs O E Rei*erman, Auer and M. J. Myers. )Irs. James H. Shrader, of Mt. Pu-!Wesley Scro'gin: - [asm' Mrs. O. E. Reierman and ! Lincoln--Herschel Shrader BIRTHDAY DINNER l iurs. John Beck, living southeast of Fairfield--Mrs. Lou Groves. IN MT PULASKI tMt. Pulaski, and Eldo Miller, of La- Springfield--O. p. Miller, .... tham vicinity Howard Dixon and daughter 3 Mr. and Mrs. P. B. England, of! The ober:,'ance o - Lincoln, visited in the city Sa a,.! ......  t ok the form of Mrs. Ra Pratt and daughter . . tur.. I aLten(llng ne nlornln WOl-ghi so - th ,. and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. tvice in - -- - g ; p  r  , . = u,,u a ne ten OaK l:. Lores---Mrs. Reed Steele. Arthur Woodrum, and husband. On Christian church, of which Mr and Elkhart--Mrs. Lorinda Mill NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB ENJOYS MEETING State's Attorney L A Dow "says: _ ,the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- " us ford Scroggin, sns Thomas and Wil- Harry B. Capps, Eugene Manes ford Mr and Karl Dittu m*..a - . ,. and Mrs Austin W Schaf --- o Buffalo enacker, daughters Rhoda and Jane, Saturday wth some shrube  If railroads merely provided transportation, they would de- the Capps' Nur ........... ry: from  Mr. and Mrs Harry, Marti .... serve fair treatment and patronage, because their ,,,: nu planed , n, o,... them John and Harr and on the propert of L  .... 1 ....... Y, Mrs. Theresa service-- : Y W ..... v=-.  ,w emenoacner. - (a) Is nationally indispensable. (b) Is worth its cost. POBLTRy.00 POULTRY.I Railway service is reliable, .re, fast, ourteous, comfort. able and convenient, and it stands on its own feet and paya its own way. We N Tons of CHICKENS .ut that ,s .of .,, th. chases of the railroads, their help in flood and drought, their place in national defense. G00ESE and DUCKS for Co.struot,,. orit,oi.00 a.d su.estio.a .pc i.vited. Thanksgiving .tea,do.t. ,,,i.o,s COAL COAL YES! WE HAVE THE BEST OF COAL AT A.C. Kolp says: LOWEST CASH PRICES There waa much rejoicing in Mt. Pulaaki in Augult 1871. 600D CLEAN LUMP COAL ... ,.,,.o..... co.,.,o .,. ,.. =o..,,. ,, .. to us thence it is today. Since that time it has provided Petlable---lafe--.fal4 and $360 co AT PER TON " " "" '- its improvements in this community ape of great impoHance DEL in th. safeguarding of liv. and health to our cltizenl The payment of its taxes Peducel our burden. The buying power of its employees is menUal to the return to no,malty. JOE HUTTER "-' pledge courtesy and efficient servie PHONE 352 -- MT. PULASKI Aos. mi.o, C,.tr.i VISITORS SUNDAY AT LAST SUNDAY :i:i:!:oi ! of Mr. England's 6Oncl birthday an- "" ' ::i" " " " " i" . i:' "  " :i : At their home on North Vine niversary, other guests ,resent'being street Wednesday evening, November t Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords living "' "" - delightfully entertained the members TUESDAv ,T,r,v-,v 2d, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey IWest of the city. :of the Neighborhood Club, the diver-] -, .... .... -',v. tlemen are officers " .g - . . " stun being Five Hundred. The honor i CLUB MEETING ...;_  of the American t SANS SOUCI CLUB awards went to Mrs. Albert A. Alls- l The members of the Tuesday Af- muK Goat Record Association. IMET IN COUNTRY pach, Frank Cot)eland and John V ternoon Club were entertained No- Rupp. The next club hostess will be vember 8th, election day, by Miss AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Claude Litterly, residing Mrs. Margaret Nolan. Anna Schafer at her hone on Bel- ENTERTAINED about three miles southwest of the mont street. Five Hundred was the city, was hostess to the members of MOVING TIME I diversion, the honors being awarded The Auction Club was entertained the Sans Souci Club on Thursday IN MT. PULASKI to Miss Clara Seyfer, Mrs. A1. O'Con- by Mrs. Harry Martin at her home afternoon, November 3d. The di- Mr. and Mrs. Walter tiagenbuch nor and Mrs. John T. Hershey, and auth of the city on the afternoon of version was Five Hundred, prizes and son Junior, who have been occu- the guest prize to Mrs. X. F. Beidler. Wednesday, November 2d. The prize going to Mrs. Russell Ross and Mrs. pying one of the Schuler roperties The next club meeting will be held awards went to Mrs. Louis F. Myers Hazel Bookers. in the northwest part of the city, Tuesday, November 22d, at the home and Mrs. Page Waddell. The next ATTENDED STOPHER moved last week to the newly repair- of Miss Clara Seyfer on North Vine club hostess will be Mrs. Brooks R. FUNERAL HERE ed Suedmeier residence on North La- street. Aitchison. !fayette street. Paul Moore and faro- THIRTIETH BIRTHDAY DORCAS GUILD WILL George Blout, a student at Illinois ily, who occupied a John M. Roth- Wesleyan University, Bloomington, well nroperty on North Marion ANNIVERSARY MEET IN SPRINGFIELD and Miss Helen Skinner, of Normal, street,'moved'Saturdav to the Schuleri The 30th birthday anniversary of On next Tuesday night, November motored to Mt. Pulaski Sunday and flace. lgth, the members of the Dorcas attended the funeral of Miss Edna Roman Romer was celebrated Sun- Guild of St. John's Ev. Lutheran Stopher. The also visited the form-  LIGHTS OFF day, November 5th, at his home cor- church will motor to Springfield and er's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Harry M. SUNDAY EVENING nor Cooke and Vine streets, when a : meet with Mrs. William Hodson, Blout. number of relatives assembled and who was formerly Miss Marie Hahn The ,electric lights went out about tendered him a . ". " " of Mt. Pulaski. The ladies had in- tCALLED ON NEPHEW 6:30 o clock Sunday evening, and *. .......... smpr!se, bringing tended going last Tuesday night, but AT HOSPITAL i;i!iui g tli::!oii::,th!i I on account of election day, postponed Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shellhammer " " " " ." " : -- " " " . " . he meetin one week. land son ISmmitt, and Mrs. Elizabeth : GAVE PARTY .... [Shellhammer, at St. Par ,, e .bert i' "SS IRENE "UTTER ' S:h:2hthmfto-/edrt: 2eT:Uw r HSUrday " , he guests, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis pcture show, would have to be dis-]and Mrs Kate Smith, of Lincoln, Mr. ,,,,Jn venesuay mnt. Novo--.,.^ - ys hospital,  ......... ,,=e ne s recove " . pensed with, but the electricity came and Mrs" Albe  Dillsaver, Mr and : n,.a party was gven b v Miss Tren ]n  .... ring from a ser- on again in time for them to con- IMrs Wi'lll "* :'" utter at the home of ;- 22222--i'_  ,eg mJurycausefl by the leg get- iJoe, Mrs. Ehzabeth Romer, M orutand Mrs. Joseph "'Iut'er,=";/;fnga C::rgnn;aaer?raSheendtvn ' the rollers tinue. I. "..am Miller and son Bill," I  r. and n azayette street. The diver-| . .FORMER MT. PULASKI GIRL !5rs. Albert Schroth, sons Joseph and iorman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. lon oz ae evening was Five Hun-IFORMER TEACHER IN DECATUR PLAY I Connolley, sons Franklin, Richard and tired, the prizes being awarded to VISITS NEAR CITY The auditorium of the Roosevelt Kenneth liss Lucille Berry and David Klotz Junior High School in Decatur has " E. F. Colwell, who resides between been secured for the first Children's ..... Dancing was also enjoyed. When Niantic and ML Auburn, visited Little Theater play, Alice in Won I CARD OF - ANKS ,, TH quite late a delicious lunch was serv- unwes of the city Saturday and derland, the 9lay to be presented l We wish to ex ress our ed by the hostess Sunday with friends, Mr. and Mrs. twice, Frida ni ht . . P heartfelt GOOD WILL SOCIETY Cecil Buckles and family. He met- ..... Y g , November 18th, lapprecmtmn to our friends for their  o o cmc, ant/ aurday afternoon,  sympathy and kindness in HELD MEETING a number of old friends while in the ovember 19th, at 2:30 o'clock. In Ieavement our be- city Saturday evening. Mr. Colwell e cas will be Eutana Wolcott, who t Mr. and Mrs. George Stonher The members of the Good Will So- taught the Buchanan school two will play the delightful part of Alice. I and Children. " of St. Thomas Aquinas Catho- miles northwest of Mt. Pulaski many church met Wednesday afternoon years ago. lit the home of Mrs. Omer Potter on Jefferson street. Following the MRS. FRANK BUCKLES business meeting the ladies enjoyed HOME FROM HOSPITAL Hundred, the honor awards go- Mrs Frank Buckles came ing to Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, Mrs ISu So" from " - ,. ..... era We!denbaeher and Mrs. Ed'l:m a ._ ot. Clara o hspital ed'a:nie2an(IcrdTheThIech:SSS mS;7. " ]!!Wserai:t:YrfgchMee o;e . held at the home of Mrs } -" is gradually improving I wish to thank the voters of Logan County E. Beidler on Marion stroet "| r. and Mrs Cecil Buckles 1" " for the support and friendship given - . . , lying |over a mile southwest of the city, GUESTS AT THE Jue in the recent election. [had as dinner guests Sunday evening, SON HOME [ Mrs. Mary Rentmeister, daughter Miss Fern, and son George, of Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey M. Anderson Icoln, Mrs Sa and family had as ....... +. ...... -- m Berry, of Decatur, .  ......... eeK-Iar., and Mrs. Uriah Tendick and son d, Mr and Mrs Frank Sager and Cecil, and Miss Florence Van Hook. Robert R. Humphrey daughter Miss Ariel, former rest- ' dents of Mr. Pulaski, but who moved [HONOR MOTHER tt couple of years ago to Par on: ^__ ON nois. All three are teachi,- "'' [7"rH ANNIVERSARY tats.term. Mr. Sager, fo'r'mr ";':i-" l The home of Mr and Mrs. T. A. pal of Mt. Pulaski Grade School [croggin on South Spring street last has a position in Morton; his wife' |b.'unday was the scene of a happy Who taught the sixth grade in the ]dinner in honor of the 87th birthday local school a few years, is teachin-[anniversary of Mrs. Seroggin's a country school in Austin townshi I rethor, Mrs. Johanna Weisenberger, :er ten miles east of the city; a( ho has been living at the Scroggin ne daughter is teaching in Paris home for a number of years. The her home city Miss Sager is a a ' birthday occurred Monday, Novem uate of Mt. iulaski Township 'I7 ber 7th. The dinner party group cnooL represented four gererations, and Sunday a dinner was given in honor Mrs. Miller are staunch members, and Mrs. G. T. Miller. Mrs. From a flower banked ,ulnit, Rev. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Detweiler preached an ap-Mr, and Mrs. John Merritt, Miss propriate sermon in their honor. Irene Miller, O:?al Poe, Clarence Nil- Followin the service a delicious i ler. Ralph Hagels. basket dinner was served in the din- Mt. Zion--Mr. and Mrs LoUis ing 'oom of the church, after which Thompson and son Robert. all paid their respects at the home. t C'nratulations and regrets were rtty-nree relatives attended the received from a large number wha celebration. A number of ap:)ropri- could not be present. ate gifts were received, among which was approximately fifty dol- lars in gold. Their three children, Miss Marie Miller, Sherman Miller, and Ernest Miller, of Peoria, were with their parents f'r the observ- ance. A daughter, Mrs. Roy Pratt, and a son, Perry Miller, of'Whiting, Iowa, were unable to be present Among the relatives attending were all of Sir. Miller's sisters and broth- ers except Eldo Miller, of Latham, who was unable to attend due to sickness. Those attending the golden wed- Senior Class Play, November 22!, "Where There's a Will." Frederick Lipp and Vincent IY, students at the University of Illi" nois, spent Saturday and Sunday fin the city with their parents. Miss Lorene Earles, Miss Lib pow- er and Miss Gace f . " - Handlin, of I Sprmgfield, visited in the city Tue day with the former's parents, r. and Mrs. Sam Earles. QUALITY MARKET SOUTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 81 The same old Meating Place---Quality Service---and Real Meat Bargains Farmers--We want to buy your Butchering Cattle, Veal & Eggs PURE PORK SAUSAGE, LB. 10c FRESH HAMBURGER, LB. 10c LARGE FRANKFURTS, LB. _10c BABY BEEF, to Boil, LB .... 8 1-3c BABY BEEF ROASTS, LB. _12c pORK SHOULDERS, LB.__ 7 1-2c PORK CHOPS--Lb. 12 1-2e m FRESH LIVER, LB. 7c Loin and Round STEAK, Lb___ 15e g VEAL STEW, LB. 1 VEAL ROASTS, LB. 12c FRESH TONGUES and BRAINS 10c The Market That Reduced The Price of Meats in Mr. Pulaski A. RUND COMING THE NEW HOOVERS Hoover representatives will soon be here to give a number of free home demonstrations, with- out obligation to buy, of the new Silver Jubilee Hooves. If you want to be sure the Hoov man  on yOVL, telephone for a definite appointment. See the most eflc/ent Hoove ever built, selling at new low prices. Spec/a/ Terms on Hoovea complete with dusting equipment, during Hoover men's visit. YOU1 NOOViENt ILSPIFTED Whne the  me e here, tly wUl in. q, eet and mdjn, without etuue, Heevem now In u. Replacements at low Lem  name t an appntmt. HOOVER CENTRAL ILLINOIS ELECTRIC & GAS CO. PHONE 138 MT. PULASKI, 12  )i 2: ,[:,;) :