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PAGE EIGHT THE TIMF-NEWS. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Harmony Events  CHESTNUT Chestnut, Ill.. Nov. 9. Mr, and Harmony Community Inear Beg- Mrs. Ernest Blakeman are the par- on), Nov. 9.---Those from this viein- ents of a daughter, born Friday, No- icy who motored to Springfield last vmb, r 4tb. She has been named Friday to hear President Iloover. Kay Frankie. were William and Paul Randolph, Several from Chestnut and vicinity Mrs. Kate Randolph, Mrs. Louella went to Springfield last Friday to see Whitakcr. Bliss },lay J.-hnston. Mrs. I;ridcnz iloovcr. Roy Parks, and Mr. and Mrs. Char-. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilson and les Colburn. daughter Geraldine visited in Corn- Miss May Johnston visited Sunday land Sunday with his mother. in Springfield with her sister, Mrs. Mrs, W. W. Sullivan. of Beason Sue Flintzi. is spending a few days with her Rev. and Mrs. Folson were dinner daughter. Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ; Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith returned ence Hardy. home Sunday from the Brokaw boa- Mrs. Iuella Whitaker took dinner pital. Bloomington. where she under- Sunday with Mrs. Kate Randolph. went a g;itre operation. In the afternoon they motored to At- lanta and called on Dr. and Mrs. tIutton. Mr. and Mrs. Val Gitchrist, of Un- ion, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forsythe. Mr. and Mrs. John Keys, of Bea- son, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Armstrong, motored to San Jose Sun- day and visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar :Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brinner, daugh- ter Doris, and son Claude, motored to New Holland Sunday and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church served at the Downey garage on Tuesday, election day. i James M'. O'Brien visited in Mt. iPulaski Friday with his son. Law- fence O'Brien, and reports that he is improving nicely, which all will be pleased to hear. Miss Viclet Schrishuhn and Miss Grace Meadows visited in Clinton the week-end with the former's sis- ter, Mrs. Clifford Ollis. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and daughter Virginia motored to Gran- Brinner. ite City and Mrs. Pearl Mayberry and Mrs. week-end. Ruby Gitchrist recently celebrated I their birthday anniversaries at the i home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike May- berry. Those present were their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph For- cythe, and sister. Ethel Forcythe, and friend, Miss Annetta Salterman. of Peoria. Charles Fink is a patient at the Deaconess hospital in IAncoln as a result of an mury received while playing basketball in the gymnasium at the First Methodist E:iscopat church in Lincoln. The Harmony team was playing the church team. Mr. and Mrs. William Co,)per and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colburn are on the program committee for the Bea- son Community Club meeting Tues- day night. The Harmony Woman's Home Mis- sionary Auxiliary meets with Mrs. Tillie Gardner in Lincoln Tuesday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid Society meets with Mrs. Roy Parks Thursday afternoon. The basketball team practices Oh Wednesday night. The first Quarterly conference will be held at the church Friday morn- ng at 10 o'clock. Rev. Folson asks that all reports be in, and all mem- bers of the board present. CARD OF THANKS To our many good neighbors and friends we wish to express our sin- cerest thanks for their acts of kind- .hess and sympathy extended in our ,time of bereavement, occasioned by the sudden death of our beloved hus- band and father. William J. Haynes. Mrs. W. J. Haynes and Family. 1 m Senior Class Play, November 22d, "Where There's a Will." visited relatives the LAKE FORK r I Lake Fork, IlL, Nov. 9.Quite a number from this place were in I Cornland Wednesday afternoon of l last week and attended the Loyal Ladies' Society meeting at the Chris- tian church. They greatly enjoyed the occasion. On Thursday afterneon. November] 20th, a Silver Circle meeting was heht at the Christian church, with a number of members and visitors in attendance. The afternoon was spent in a social way. A table of old relics was the main attraction. Lunch was served, consistin of creamed chick- en on hot biscuits, pickles, celery, ginger bread with whillaed cream, and coffee. The committee in charge was composed of Mrs. John Kersch- ner, Mrs. Carl Phillips, Mrs. Etza Oglesby, Mrs. Harold V. Laatsch, Mrs. Laura Fuiten. Mrs. Huse Flinn, Mrs. A, E. Baumgardt. Mrs. Harry Piatt, Mrs. Chester McAfee, Mrs. Ted Aderman, Mrs. C. M. Shinn, Miss Flo Handlin. Miss Irene Sar- 'e-nt and Miss Flo Handlin.  ebus and John Nelson, of Wion,|is, were dinner guests last T',lrsdny of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Fehus. ley Moore finished husking corn las* Thursday, November 3d--the first in this locality. Mrs. Elizabeth Masterson visited in Lincoln Friday with her son, Ed- gar Masterson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuiten and four children, and Mr Earl Lercher, vis- ited in Springfield Saturday. Mrs. Chloe Jenner, of Bloomington, spent the week-end here with her sister, Mrs. Harry Piatt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stults and two daughters, of Hartsburg, xusited here Saturday night and Sunday with her molher. Mrs. Laura Fuiten, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Stuhs. Mrs. W. H. Bryson, Sr., and Mr. .p.d Mrs. Will Oglesby, were Sunday , of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus. Miss llelen McAfee returned home Saturday from Springfield following a ek's visit with relatives. Miss Clarissa MeAfee came home with her :o spend the week-end. BUCKLES Buckles School Vicinity, Nov. 9.-- Miss Alice Dwyer visited friends in Lincoln over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords spent Sunday in Mr. Pulaski with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodrum. Mrs. Sam Berry of Decatur is vis- itinz Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M ier motored te Dawson Sunday and visited his brother, George Mier, and wife. Chicken thieves visited this vicin- ity again last week, taking thirty hens from the chicken house of Wil- liam Voetker. Mrs. Leo Rickords and son Jackie Lee, of Springfield, visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords the first of the week. Miss Mildred Aderman was home from Decatur the week-end and via- 'ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo-[GOVERNOR EMMERSON dote Aderman. " URGES THAT THE CITIZENS The November meeting of the l CONTRIBUTE TO RED CROSS Buckles Community Club was held at  he Buckles school house last Friday Springfield, Ill. Declaring that in- evening, the 4th. A good crowd was dividuai responsibility for assisting present and enjoyed the following in- I the unemployed still exists, despite teresrmg program, which had been the relief work being done by state arranged by Mr. and Mrs. B. A. and county agencies. Governor Louis Stennett: L. Emmerson urges the citizens of Piano s to. Mrs. George C. Beidler. II]incis to contribute to the annual Vocal duet. Dorothy Wanda Glose Roll Call of the American Red Cross, and Walter Humble. to be held from Friday, November Play, "Female Donkeys." Mrs. Dan llth, to Thursday, November 24th, J. Fuhrer. Mrs. Henry J. Kautz, Jr.. Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Anna Glose. Mrs. Eugene K. [Connolley, Mrs. Chauncey E. G!ose, IMr Floyd E Downing, Mrs. Walter 'M Drob:sch. Mrs Chris Wetler and ;Mrs. Voile. Vocal solo. Mrs. Oswald Brooker. , Instumental music, Helen Brooker land Eugene Downing. Reading. Mrs. Wilbur Glick. t Minstrel Twins. Mrs. Esther Wad- dell and Mrs. Grace Stolz. accom- i panied by Mrs. Burton Allison, Following the program, a commit- tee composed of Mrs. Stephen Tier- hey, Miss Nora Dwyer and Oswald Brooker. served pie, apples and col- :fee. The December meeting will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. John Kersch- ner. and Mr. and ?,Irs. Earl Potter, tto assist those in dire circumstances. : FOR SALE--Turnips, and the refreshments of doughnuts, i "The Red Cross is wholly depend- my home, 25c per popcorn balls and coffee will be ent upon individual membership for Buckles. Phone 355. served by Mrs. Ova Harbert, Mrs. its existence. Consequently, the set- FOR SALE--Copperclad Oscar Rickords and Mrs. George, vice it renders must of necessity be i but short time; price !Litterly. , m proportion to the voluntary sup- Mrs. R. I. Leer. Phone 231. I port it receives. "Therefore. I appeal to the zenship of Illinois zo respom ously and speedily when Cross membership cam on Armistice day. l ;that the number of Illinois enrolling in the Red Cross this will be greater than ever before. [ CARD OF THANKS We wih to express thanks to neighbors and their kindness and sympath? ed during the sickness and l the death of our beloved "With winter approaching, and [Mrs. Anna Wilham. bringing with it a heavy demand for ! The distress and unemployment relief, I wish tv call the attention of the cit,zens of Illinois to the annual Roll Classified Call of the American Red Cross to be held from Armistice Day, Friday, November llth, to Thanksgiving day, Thursday, November 24th," Governor FOR SALE Capps' famous Eanmerson said. mite Po;corn (shelled), 4 "While the Federal Government, for 25c. South American the State and its various political pops four times larger than i subdivisions are engaged in relief corn, tender, excellent work, there should be no cessation of, Capps' Nursery. Phone 64. the activities of private humanitar- iian organizations," Governor Em- FOR SALE--For 25c we will your half bushel basket with !merson continued. "There still ex- lists a personal responsibility for ions. Turnips or Sweet l those who are fortunately situated ' Capps' Nursery. Phone 64- MEBgHANDISE FAIR BETTER VALUES AT LESS THAN EVER BEFORE LINN NOVEMBER 17, 18, 19 SllRUGGs DL':CATUR, ILLI-NOIS l.. NOW COMES MT. PULASKI'S COMMUNITY SALE, TO BE HELD SA Ul/ AY, NOVEM at the (Joe Hutter) Stock Pens, Next to I. C. R. R. Stock Yards -- ER 12 Sale Starts at 12 O'clock We Have Quite a Lot of Hogs, Cattle, Sheep, Fresh Milk Cows, Furniture, Household Goods, Stoves, Hay, Straw and Other Articles Listed For This Sale OH BOY!00, rruc' Load Fresh Sor- ghum Mola5 To Be Sold at Auction Prices! | Two Tons of COAL Will Be GIVEN AWAY FREE At This Sale The _ Man from Missouri will be with us with a lot of New Wood Handles for all Kinds of tools. Also all kinds of Gloves, Jars, Milk Crocks, Soaps, Perfumes and a lot of other bargains to be sold at auction. TWO GOOD AUCTIONEERS - " i nL I II j HUTTE 352 I $ M I I | II Ffl/vel Bring in Your ULRO . Surplus Stock In fact, anything you have for sale. Our charges for selling your goods will be nominal Sale Will Be Held Every Two Weeks EVERYBODY WELCOMg MT PULASKI ILLINOIS