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I [i ...... _ , _ ,+!; ALWAYS GIVE GOOD SERVICE + a maw of ! tiDotbere 00)av i + +,+ W0mens Neckwear | So futile the words in her praise ! So difficult to tell her $]1   ] \\;, "+ + for every day use in the Sprin )jill the things we sh6uld say And et, in one gift g6es allthe *+I  *. +:+:_  ; and Summel, It is made over )Ill :things we would say to her, and she understands. lf  a full. easy fittinglast with soft J/1 - ND-+ Let your gift of loving appreciation be one of,quality--&apos;P (---+++++++++++++'_x"" 1+ pe, t:ugh, uppers,, ar, d is a t11 U=q'| " ffl I one that',will last--and be a remembrance for. " enta lifearteetime. t  __ ..dDt   :PJnm3"gtt .,.n*e z o. all-TOWnS use ttl/g  Greeting cards to go with the gift or o De s s p a - ? %5 _.   ' .... III VEL1  L! ! ly express the thoughts you would like to bring to her.+ ii17   * .... Z.)U " }' ' A veritable treasure of gifts and cards for Mother. , + t g/- *. i We have this and many other Ill! " ++ I ...... "''+ + good Shoes in Black andTan. [([i | A.H.GIESEKE H. GIESEKE ;ill L..o I !Ill EXCLUSIVE SHOEDEALER ++ TRENTON, ILL t]41 Linen 00ets Sport Ties IEWELER Located near you, equipped to serve you TRENTON ""+- ---- ACCURATELY--PROMPTLY   ' +' | Windsor Ties THE TI00ENq'ON OAI00AOE The Trenton Sun, C. E. PETERSON & SON, Proprietors.  " The Coach or Coupe with Fisher Body and full size Balloon Tires at $825.00 places it in a price class where low first cost that titherto been the pri mary inducement to ownershipIp. It intro duces vital elements of valae, size, appearance, oerformance and engineering design that are literally without its unexpectedly Low Price. ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION, . ", ',i,,. pe00+ year $1.50 I Save 6 Hours on Ironing Day I merely sit before my New Thor-30 in a comfortable chair and guide the pieces through. Electricity operates the motor and heats the shoe--<loes all the work economi- cally and quickly. My New Thor-30 easily irons four times as rapidly as I could by hand. The speed of the roll is automatically regulated by the thickness of the garments being ironed. There are no p ,dals. Everything is automatic. Just a touch of the little lever at my right or the one at my lef and the roll starts revolving and the smooth ironing shoe closes and exerts a unif xm pressure on the pices go- ing through. With another touch the roll stops and the shoe releases. The even pressure, greater than I could exert by hand, gives my tablecloths, napkins, etc., a beautiful, lustrous sheen. Embroidered pieces come out beautifully, Ruffles, collars, cuffs and shirts I easily and (/iiickly iron at the open end. (I save time on these as well as on my fiat pieces.) I can put a whole skirt over the roll from the open end --just as I did on my old-fashioned ironing board---and iron it better in a fraction of the time. ...... I easily :move my Thor-30 to anYiflace I choose to iron-- iT. summer on the screened porch, ,in winter in :the mot comfortabW heated room, I connect it to any electric con- ventenee outlet. This supplies all fhe heat and operates t e efficient motor. , .... When through ironing, I fold the ironer up easily. And roll it into a closet or corner or any out-of-the way place. It takes up less room than a kitchen chair. My ironing is done at ten. The rest of my day is free. SUMMERFIELD Clarence Lang of St. Louis visited with his parents over Sunday. Ben Baer shipped a car load of cattle from Summerfield on Monday afternoon. Mr. H. E. Haukapp will temporar- ily fill the vacancy caused by the transfer of agent Kisner. Walter of Summerfield, Charles of Huey and Mrs. Louisa Sturmbaugh of St. Louis, Mo. There are 17 grand- children, 4 great-grand children and a number of other relatives and her friends she counted by the score. To know her was to love her. At the age of 16 she united with the Meth- odist Church at Trenton, and lived a devoted Christian life ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baer of Lenz- Funeral services were held on Sun- burg took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. day morning, April 25th in the Meth- Menno Baer last Sunday. odist Church at Huey, her former / The usual Sunday School and home. The pastor of the Methodist preaching services will be held in our i Church, Rev. Katkins, conducted the 'two churches on Sunday morning, i services. o Rev. and Mrs. Bechtel attended the i NEW BADEN meeting of the Parent-teachers' As-, ..... o i socatmn at Lebanon on Tuesday l W. E. Sisney was a St. Louis visi- evening. The Agricultural Education pict- ures in the School Hall last Friday evening were enjoyed by ago od sized crowd. These pictures were highly interesting and instructive. Norma Pletcher, who h/td a slight attack of scarletina is able to be out of the house again. The home :how- ever has been quarantined so she can not go to school until the quar- antine is lifted. There will be an illustrated Stere- optican slide service in the Mennonite Church on Sunday evening at 7:30. The title of this set is "Home, Sweet Home, here and hereafter." An of- fering will be received. Howard and Huldah Baer, two of our High School Seniors took part in the Senior Play at the Lebanon High School a:hdiorium on Thursday even- ing. The play was very well given to an appreciative audienCe. Mr. E. H. Phillips living near Av- iston unloaded a car of limestone at our station on Monday, hauling it to his farm which he recently purchas- ed, formerly the Abraham Hirstein farm,' south of Summerfield. The picture "Happy Warrior" will be shown in the School Hall on Fri- day evening at eight. This is a good anal interesting picture. It is shown by the Parent-Teachers' Assocation. The popular prices of admission, 20 and I0 cents. Tile Egyptian Hatchery is "enjoying a busy season. Many young peepers are being hatched out each week. Thdr "Is"a good and steady demand for young chicks. The Southern Illi- nois farmers are rapidly learning the value of the hen as a money pro- ducer. B. & O. Station agent Kisner, who has had charge of our station for the past ten months has received notice that h has been transferred to Spring-er, Illinois, on the Flora- Shawneetown line. He and his fam- ily left for Springer on Tuesday even- ing and he checked in at his new post on Wednesday. We are sorry to lose him at our, station. 0ttr  $chDol Board held a meeting on' Monday evening and elected the teachers for the coming year for our schools. No one of the present teach- ers applied for the next year, so we l shall have an entirely new group of I teachers. The Board had a number] 'dr  applications from which to make] their selections. Mr. E. D. Wahl, of[ Edwardsville was elected principal. He is graduating from McKendree College at Lebanon in June. He is a member of the Glee Club and Col- lege Quartet in the College. Miss Francis Dressier, of Trenton, Ill., Was lected as teacher of grades four to six. She has had three years of i aching experience. Miss Ors Starr of Lebanon was elected as teacher of grades one to three. She has been doing some substitute teaching and is her second year's work in Megemdrec College this spring. RACHEL SIMMS Mrs. ]chel Simms, flee Nelson, was born at Covington, Ill., Septem- ber 22nd 1841. She departed this ]fie at lSummerfleld, HI., on April 22nd, 1926 at 1:15 p.m. She attain- ed the age of 85 years and 7 months. On March 7th, 1861 she was united in marriage with William G. Simms, at Trenton, Ill. This union was blessed with eight children. Four of these wth the father have preceded her to  grave. Those living are as follows: William of Vinita, Okla., toT on Friday. i Dr. and Mrs. J. W. HardY and sons i spen Sunda. at Marissa. I Miss Violet Ward of Belleville' I spent several days here the past iweek. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hummel and !mi)y of St. Louis were visitors here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harpstrite Sr. spent Saturday evening and Sunday at Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collignon and family of Trenton were callers here Sunday evening. Ph. Weiss, daughter Miss Margaret and Miss Irene Fochtmann motored to Mascoutah, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Oettel and son Russel of Glen Carbon were Sunday guests of Oscar Harper and family. Misses Cleo Harper and Olga A. Hertenstein, and Gene Eicher and Embree Green were Lebanon visitors Saturday evening. Miss Elsie Germinskia returned home Sunday from the the Breese hospital after being a patient for three weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller and Ed- ward Weiss and son Oscar of Free- burg were visitors at the home of Philip Weiss, Sunday. Wm. Renth apd daughters and grandson spent Friday with the for- mers wife who is a patient at the St. Ann's hospital at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mneller and son, John Bachmann, G. Apple, William Renth attended the funeral "of the former Father at Okawville, Satur- day afternoon. "Susies' Kitchen Kabinet Band" a musical entertainment which was presented hei, e recently u4hder the auspices of the Epworth League, was presented at the Rex Theatre at Okawville on last Friday evening. Eugene Peter, George Apple, John Bachmann, Mr. and Mrs. H. Focht- mann, Misses Frances Peter and Irene and Estelle Fochtmann attend- ed the Clinton County Odd Fellow and Rebekah Association meeting at Breese, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pfeiffer, Miss Mary Pfeiffer and frietad from north of town, James Montgomery and family of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. George Linia nd daughter of St. Louis spent Sunday at the home of Felix Pfieffer and family at High- land. Mrs. A. Mueller Sr. entertained the birthday club at her home Wednesday evening. The evening was enjoyed by playitig Euchre and the prizes were awarded as follows: First, Mrs. Wm. Linck; second, Mrs. H. Fochtmarm; third, Mrs. Milina Bill- hartz, and booby, Mrs. James Rus- sum. Lunch was served and at a late hour all departed for home wishing Mrs. Mueller many more birthdays. MARRIAGE LICENSES Robert Buehne ...................... Centralia Lucy Thompson ................ Central City Walter F. Harvey ............. ,....Centralia V. Carrie Campbell ................ Centralia Joseph E. Miler .................... Centralia Fay V. Parker.,, .................. ,:Centralia Eugene J. Gastori...'...,St. Louis, Mo. Irene C. Hollenkamp ................ Carlyle SEE us for Wedding Rings, $5 to $9. A' H. Gieseke, Jeweler. Trenton. l,inen Vestee Crepe Jabots , Rose Marie Ties Embroidery Sets Laec Vestee Call or Phone in your order to No. 25. We Deliver Every Day. LEONHAi00D MERCANTILE CO. 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