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( DECEMBER 22 1932 Institute Very Successful Quart cottage cheese---Mrs. Edwin I Rentschler, first; Mrs. Fred W. Zelle, second. THE TIMES-NEWS, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS LAKE FOK00, BUCKLES PAGE TIW" ::. (Continued from page 1) Household Science Department. Fruit cake--Beatrice Lamar, first; Fred W. Zelle, second; Mrs. Gardner, third. Devils&apos; food cake with chocolate Rentschler, first; Mrs. Laughery, second ; Leonore third. Angel food cake--Mrs. Benjamin first; Louise Stoll, second Rentschler, third. Nut cake with white nut icing-- Ida Lamar, first; Helen Rent- :hler, second; Mrs. Roy Lakin, White cake with Lady Baltimore and icing--Helen Rentschter, Mrs. George J. Stoll, second; Baker, third. Cookies. Sugar cookies--Louise Stoll, first. Fruit cookies--Mrs. Henry Stoll, Mary Cook, second. Candy. Nut divinity--Helen Rentschler, ! Mrs. Frank Laughery, second; I Fancy Work. i Lake Fork, Ill., Dec. 21.--Miss Best applique quilt--Vesta MY-'Mary McCollough and Mrs. Willis rick, first; Mrs. Ben Schroth, sec-, . Gaffney were recent Lincoln callers. ond; Mae Wilson, third i Best pieced quilt--Mrs. Clarence G. Gallagher, first; Mrs. Anna Obery, second; Mrs. Anita Rent- I schler, third. i Best quilting on quilt--Mrs. Jo. Safley, first; Mrs. Ben Schroth, sec- :ond; Mrs. Anita Rentschler, third I Best embroidered pillow cases-- Mrs. Ben Schroth, first; Mrs. Anita i Rentschler, second and third. Best luncheon set--Leonore Rent- schler, first; Louise Stoll, second; Leonore Rentschler, third Best buffet set--Leonore Rent- schler, first; Theckla Stoll, second; Mrs. Anita Rentschler, third. Best dresser scarf--Mrs. Anita Rentschler, first; Leonore Rent- schler, second; Mrs. Anita Rent- schler, third. Best house dress--Theckla Stolt, first; Helen Rentschler. second; Mrs. Anita Rentschler, third Best apron -- Helen Rentschler first. Nut S]g:hienlen Rentschler, t MT" PULASKI FARMERS' st; Louise Stoll, second; Jessie I GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO. lth Myrick, third. The Twenty-Ninth Annual Meet- Canned Fruits. l inz of the Stockholders of the Mt. Quart peaches--Mrs. Anna Obery, iPulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator ; Helen Rentschler, second; An-sCompany will be held at 2 p. m, Rentschler, third. I Wednesday. January 18, 1933, in the Lrt cherries--Helen Rentschler, lAmerican Legion l:ooms Mt. Pulas- Anita Rentschler, second; Mrs. ki, Illinois, for the purpose of elect- i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foster were visitors in Mt. Pulaski last Wed- t nesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore, residing north of town, are wearin a broad smile all because they are grandpar- :nts. On Tuesday, December 13th, a son was born to Dr. and Mrs. [Ralph Moore in St. Louis, Mo. t Miss Margaret Peters has return- ed home from Lincoln followin a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Edgar Masterson, and family Mrs. H. W. Curtis, of Mt. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Piatt, of Harts- Buckles School Vicinity, Dec. 22.-- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michels anc family spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aderman, Miss Mildred Tendick visited in Decatur Saturday Several from this locality were in Mr. Pulaski Sunday evenin and at- tended a Christmas program at the Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick mo- tored to Lincoln Sunday afternoon. Betty Jean Brooker was one of the winners in the Santa Claus let- ter cohtest conducted by the Lincoln Courier. i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brachear, of burg, and Mrs. Harry Piatt motored Lincoln, were guests Sunday of Mr. to Springfield last Thursday. and Mrs. Theodore Aderman. i Mrs. Dale Spain returned Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Ova Harbert and: day to her home near Edinburg fol- family motored to Taylorville last lowing a visit of several days with Sunday. her father, G. A Stults. "v' Mr. and Mrs. William Voelker, Mr. Mrs. Will Oglesby and Mrs. Clyde nd Mrs. Oscar D. Rickords, Miss Febus were in Springfield Saturday. Gretchen Stennetl and Helen and Miss Harriet McAfee and Miss Bernice Brooker, gave the play en- Ruby Moore, teachers of the Lake Fork schcol, have arranged a Christ- mas program to be given by the pu- pils Friday afternoon The same program will be presented Christ- mas morning at the Christian church following Sunday School, which be- gins at 9:30 o'clock. The Oakland school southeast of titled "New Wives for Old," at the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs' Christ- mas party in Mt, Pulaski Tuesday night.)( CARLSTROM RULES ON DANCES HELD IN SCHOOLS Springfield, Ill., Dec. 21,--Attor town closed last Friday afternoon for a week's holiday vacation, and will start again the Monday after Ch/istmas. Miss Mary McCollough, the teacher, is visiting her mother amin Schroth, third. Quart gooseberries--Helen Rent- first; Anita Rentsch!er, sec- Mrs. Benjamin Schroth, third. raspberries--Mrs. H. G. first; Helen Refftschler, sec- Anita Rentsehler, third. Quart. plums--Mrs. Ben Schroth, Helen Rentschler, second. Quart apricots--Mr Fred W. first; Helen Rentschler, sec- Canned Vegetables. Quart corn--Mrs. Ben Schroth, Helen Rentschler, second; and Rentschler, third. Quart pcas--Henten Rentschler, Anita Rentschler, second. String beans--Mrs. Ben Schroth, Mrs. H G. Stoll, second; Anita third. of tomatoes--Anita Rent- first; Helen Rentschler, sec- :ing directors for a term of three years. A report of the year's busi- ness will be read, and the meeting kin Atlanta. will be open for any business that [Miss Harriett M:Afee, principal may pro,erlv come before it. ]dtf the Lake Fork school, took two O. E. MARTIN, Manager. ]of the pupils, Willis Moore and Hat- told Koehlr, to the Logan county fl vlr'q,',TT T.' tspelling contest in Lincoln Saturday* t_l-IP.:/l!]/ Misses Opal and Ruby Moore and ........... brother Lloyd motored to Lincoln Chestnut, Ill., Dec. 2Z--Mr. and Mrs. John Graham and family, of Granite City, spent the week-end in Chestnut with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whiteside and daughter Schwanda Rose, of Beason, visited here Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ollis and son Duane, of Clinton, were guests Mrs- Ben Schroth, third ........ . , .... "  . unuay oi her narens, lr and Mrs uart lima oeans--rlelen tenz- jo   . . ." " " nn cnmsnunn hler, first; and Amta Rentschler ..... -- cond ars tarodne west went to La- Canned Meats tham Sunday to make an extended Quart of beef--Anita "Rentschler, l sta.y, with her son, Carl Wes.t: . . st; Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, sec-I alss J)o.ms Lau.gnery VlSleo in tel- lo, h,*h th, !Mr. Pulaski several days this week [la''ofv'ork*--'Am -" Rentschler lwith her sister Miss Jeannette at st- Mrs Ben Sehroth second- An-Ithe home of Mrs. Mmme Gulso. t Rentschler, third. ' ' A Christmas program is being Canned Pickl !given at the Methodist Episcopal Quart pickled peaches--Mrs. Ben ! church this Thursday evening . first; Anita Rentschler, ! A Christmas program was gven Clarence Galla,her third [Friday afternoon at the Chestnut of pickled cucumrs---M'rs. I Community High School. Roos, first; Anita Rentschler, I Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Marshall came , Ben Schroth, third, home Monday from Selvan, Indiana, ted beets--Mrs. Edwin lwhere they had been called by the first; Anita Rentschler, death of his brother, Owen Marshall. Mrs. Louie Rentschler, third. Mrs. Fred Morris, who fell from mixed picklesMrs. Fred fit; Anita Rentschler, i Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, Jellies. Apple (glass)--Mr Ben Schroth, Plum (glass)--Mr& Edwin Rent- first. Grape (glass)--Mrs. Ben Schroth, Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, second. Dairy Products. ' Country butter, pound--Mrs. Ed- Schaffenacker, first; Mrs. Fred Zelle, second; Mrs. Anita Rent- third. the basement steps last week, is im- proving. " Miss Mollie Dunn, of Blooming- ton, is visiting at the home of her brother, Dr. J. W. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hollis, of Clim ton, visited here over Saturday night with her brothers, Leonard and Keith McCann, and families. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Kuntzi were called to Forsyth last Friday nih by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Torten. Shelby Kuntzi submitted to a major operation Tuesday at the St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, Saturday. Mrs. Mary Bryson and daughters, Mrs. Will Oglesiy and Mrs. Clyde Febus, were visitors in Lincoln Mon- day afternoon. Mrs. Elza Oglesby, Miss Gladys Ogtesby and Dean Shinn motored to Decatur Tuesday. EIGHTY-EIGHT COUNTIES TO BE FREE OF T. B. Springfield, Ill.. Dec. 21.--All but ,14 of Illinois' 102 counties will be accredited as free from bovine tu- berculosis by January 1st, D. W. Robinson, Superintendent of Animal Industry of the State Department of Agriculture, announces. Tests being finished this month, he forecast, will leave only Stephenson, Winnebago, Boone, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, Cook, Ogle, Lee, Whiteside, Henry, Warren, Hancock and Randolph counties not yet accredited. Some are not contented to receive love; they want to add subservi- ence. TURKEYS Alive 5___18c per lb. Dressed __23c per lb. Pan Dressed _33c lb. Gehlbach ros. Phone 35 F-3 Lincoln, Illinois. fiey General Oscar E. Carlstr(>m has notified Robert Niven, State's Attorney of Livingston county, that school directors have the right to allow dances to be held in school Luildings, if the property is not damaged. He also quoted that section of the statute which says that the sehool building may be used for religious gatherings as well as school, "and for other such meetings as the di- xectors may deem proper." "If the school is not disturbed or the school property damaged in any way," Carlstrom said, "I am of the opinion that the directors may mit such use if they deem it proper." GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 For Every One Of You This year of all years, when the patience and fortitude of all has been severely tested, we wish to thank our friends for their patron- age--and wish for each and every one, a Merry Christmas and a more prosperous New Year. Latham F. C. PEASE flterrg (gl00ri00lma00 ,and a 00ear AITCHISON'S REXALL STORE -- D t we wish to to our pa- support the T. A. SCROGGIN, President G.A. VOLLE, Cashier We will be glad to serve you in any way consistent with good banking. Interest paid on Certificates of Deposit if left six months at rate of 3 per cent. We wish every00 a MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR At ahis season of the year express our sincere appreciation trons and friends for their loyal past year, and wish them the Merriest of Christmases and the Happiest of New Year's Unland Chevrolet Sales Clarence Unland, Prop. The Farmers Bank MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS Established 1872. Incorrated 1914. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 A general banking business transacted and careful attention given to all business entrusted to us. ONE DOLLAR opens an account in our Savings Department and interest paid semi-annually at 3 per cent according to the usual rules. ?i i i  /i/: < :: 4