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JANUARY 9, 1940 Heads ysis Drive . Floyd J Heckel Lincoln has ac- t of MInCe_. " ' ' .  prowl chairmanship of th drive ount  this county in the fight against Infantile paralysis being waged in B ousands of Illinois communities r f om January 13th to January] ,,r th The drive has special sig , nlor vv, if, - i dav e mance for Logan county. mem_-,__In the entire state there were T: .cases in 1940 as compared ank i 192 cases in 1939 and 106 in treet e of f:o::19 The following is a report a li the State Department of ary "PUbl" - chalrr m Health, for this county: k talk  One case of this crippling  ;as giv  was reported in each g, socid of the yeaxs 1937, 1938, and Co 1939. In 1940, three cases isted ' were reported in Logan coun- ty. ans fc partie s tot ibea be pl$ Satul xecutof , MrS. ! Tu raa1in ublic  rnoon, : H. s lre OU .OO, Fifty per cent of the funds rais- ed in each county in this drive to ?Ombat infantile paralysis (poIio- rrnYelitis) will remain in the coun- ty for the care of local cases, ac- COrding to an announcement from Secretary of State Edward J. Hughes, who is downstate chair- man of the drive. Fifty per cent Will go to ti National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. This na- tional organization is waging a fourfold fight on the disease through scientific research, epe- demie first aid, dissemination of knowledge of proper care to doc- tors and parents, and contribution to orthopedic centers, hospitals, and clinics combating human Wreckage. A local committee will be ap- POinted to assist Mr. Heckel in the plans. The activiti'es in each county Will depend on the plans of the committee and the coopera- tion of localcivic groups, church organizations, etc. In former Years a party or dance was held in most communities on the Pres- ident's Birthday, JanUary 30th. It was found that inclement weatl er often interfered and the months emtivitiea were practically lost. This year Secretary Hughes urges that a variety of activities be ar- ranged Jr the last two weeks in January, including small parties in homes, benefit sports events SUch as basketball games, bene- fit movies, the use of coin collect- ors placed in stores and public buildings, and cooperation with ldie Cantor in the "March of Dimes." hat does the address hie on your Paper say? Busy Veteran la- boone of Columbia network's uslest younq actresses is 20-year- ,a .eqqy Zinke whose radio ca- began 14 years acjo when ra- a,.o a, nd Peqqy were both compar- at,very in their infancy. Peqqy is currently heard on 'Aunt Jenny" and Portia Faces Life. MOUNT PULASKI 2tIB-NEWS. MOUI PULASKI, ILLINOIS New Calendar and Holidays The new calendars that nob- stare you in the face from every w'all again sport that most attrac- tive color of red on certain days of each month and it's rather in- teresting to note when the vari- ous holidays and events "come. January of course, has already had its holiday spree on New Year's day--a rainy start in any year but one which was apprecia- ted due to lack of moisture. February is the holiday month, getting away to a start on Ground- hog Day which is Sunday, Febru- ary 2. Lincoln's birthday is Wed- nesday, February 12th. Saturday, February 22d is Washington's birthday. Valentine's day falls on Friday, February 14. April Fool's Day comes in on Tuesday. Easter is April 13th with Lent beginning on February 20. May brings Memorial Day May 0th which falls on Friday, and July 4th comes on Friday. Labor Day falls on the first day of Septerber--Monday of course. Thanksgiving Day is still an un- knowm date officially until the President designates the day. It will either be the 20th or 27th. Armistice Day, Nov. 11 falls on Tuesday. Christmas Day will be on Thursday, Dec. 25th and Net- Year's Day 1942 will also fall on Thursday. Double holidays w'ill be missed entirely w-ith the exception of La- bor Day, Sept. 1. LOGAN COUPLE WED AT FARMER CITY The wedding of Miss Dorothy Polley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Polley of Lincoln, and Wil- bur Klemm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klemm of Beason, took place in Farmer City New Year's day with Rev. Fred R. Harrold of the Christian church officiating. The single ring ceremony was us- ied. Attendants were Mr..and Mrs. Luther Newhouse. The bride wore a dusty rose street dress with blue accessories. Her corsage was white rose buds and ferns Following the wedding tle young couple returned to the home of the bride's parents where a wedding supper was ser- ved. The couple will live in Beacon. Poise is discovering a hole in the sock in the presence of aus- tere shoe clerk, and remarking, "Cute, isn't it?" Nazi Gasoline It has been estimated that the German army used more gasoline in its four-week campaign in the Low Countries and France than in the entire World War. Pencil Output American pencil factories turn- ed out more than 834,000,000 pen- cils last year, not including the mechanical variety. I DON'T BE BOSSED sv Your LAXATIVE- REULn[ CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY OVChen you feel gusy, headachy, logy due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions do--take FeewA-Mint at bedtime. Next morning--thorough, comfortable relief, helping you start the day full of your normal energy and pep, feeling like a million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb your n/ght's teat of interfere with work the next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewing gum lative, omuml It tastes good, it's handy and onomical...a family supply costs only PAGE OATS (Quick) NONE BETTER 2 pkcJs. 20 oz. 15c OFFEE 2 Ibs. 53c .lmf  Ward Rose n iii 1 FLOUR Pillsbury or Town Crier t 24-1bs. 90c 00SUGAR PURE CANE 10-1bs. 49c i ,i,, KRAFT it,,, Malted Milk l-lb. can 25c I II I II A-1 SOAP 8 Ige. bars 25c II I '1111 Carnation Milk tall can 8c I1,1! Cap Corn 3 cans 35 SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS AMERICA'S NO. I CRACKER Makes ofher foods taste beffer 2-1bs. 28c FOLGER'S the savings on prices. Prove it to yourself today. Shop at the O. & L Food Center.* MAYBE yesterday your ,dollar bought three pounds of ,meat. Today perhaps you got three polmds of meat and a can of corn. Tomorrow, come to the O. & L. Food Center, and your dollar will lmy three pounds of meat, a can of corn AND a loaf of bread! ]PRICES are lower here so you can make a dollar s-t-r-e-t-o-h much farther. Why Fay f)e for Sa item when you can get the same thing here for 47c? Buying in large quantities enables its to to you . . . and helps you serx,e perfect meals with qualtty foods at moneymvlng Cap Peas 3 cans 39c STOKELY'-- R, ed Beans, :3 cans 31c MERIT  Tomatoes 3 cans 2bc ARMOUR'S TALL Pk. & Beans 3 cans 27c CAVALCADE Peaches . . 5 cans 75 PEANUT BUTTER Crunch ... 2 jars Knox Jell .. 3for 47c 13c Stokey PINEAPPLE No. 21/2 can; 3 for 70c Apple Buffer, 2 qts 25c CAP Mustard, 2-lb. jar 19 TALL Ioz. Catsup, 2 boffles 194: ' Old Hickory Smoked SALT, 9-lb. can .85e SPICED GRAPES tall can 15c II Choice Beef Roast 20c Lean Pork Roast . . 20c Fresh Ground Beef 20c SHANKLESS Picnic Hams ..... 19c I I-lb. LAYER Sliced Bacon .... 25ci Jet Oil Shoe ii COUNTRY Lard, 3 Ibs ...... - 22ci BAB-O, 2 for i I Fresh Oysters, pf. 25c ! Old Dutch 2 Fresh Fish Thurs. & FrL ' Craxif, large SUNNY-VALE COCKTAIL . ,0. 2(l Cn CLOROX, cts. Argo Starch, 3 Gloves . . 15, H Sealex Tissue, j CELLO-WRAPPED Clothes Pins i V .... 19c Ibs.. 21c 18 and 20c 6 for 25c u. Polish 15c I ...... 25c for . . . 15c ...... 21,c -- 10c Celery .... stalk 8c Leff, uce ... head 8c ii Cauliflower head 18c a n, Turnips ...... lb. 4c II I II I ill|l Carrots .. bunch 8 I OHIO OR TRIUMPH Potatoes ... peck 25c I Swt. Potatoes, lb. 5 II II Grape Fruit 6 for 25c Apples ...... lb. 5 I IDAHO BAKING Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 29c ORANGES, per dozen 25c, 29c, 32c, 37c, 40c i ii O & L FOOD CENTER PHONE 166 WE DELIVER i i I II I IIII . p HOW MUCH tii00 does | buyr