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DAY, JANUARY 18, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASgl TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS :7 PAGE SEVEN IM/tS. KENNETH STOLL ON DON McNEIL'S RADIO PROGRAM Last week's Times-News con. ined an item about Mr. and s. Kenneth Stoll going to Chi- Cago on a short visit and sight. Seeing trip. Mrs. Stoll was on a radio program while there. The following letter explains her ex. Perlences: Ti.Special to the Mount Pulaski es. News. I"Chicago, Ill., Jan. 11 -- Mrs. enneth Stoll of Mount Pulaski made an unexpected appearance e the popular Don McNeil akfast Club program Thurs- day morning, originating in the C Civic Studio in Chicago. She "11 return to Mount Pulaski as in raember of the Don McNeill abber Club, collect a bet from er neighbor, and prove that the terviews on the show are not rehearsed. "Her card of admission attract- ed the attention of the genial emcee when he noticed an or- iginal poem attached, McNeill Called her to the microphone to read her verse, which explained the feeling that she wouldn't have a chance, but if the guests in front of the microphone were w t chosen in advance and she f as selected, her neighbor would forfeit a bet. The chief Break- t Clubber ended the interview th a verse of his own: "Why you old dear, we gave Your neighbor a fit, Now when you get the dough. the least you can do is split." pIGION AUXILIARY CARD ltTy MONDAY NIGHT The public is invited to attend aC _ ard Party m the Legmn Home , Monday, Jan. 22, at 8 p. m. c ae Party is sponsored by the Lzgion Auxiliary as a benefit for the ch!,ldren in "the Soldiers' and s/lors Home in Normal. Admis- Ion Will be 50 cents. * nOchle bridge canasta and I. Will le played. Lunch will " Srved. 1370 IN 1951 Va!ue Your Health More Than Riches i elotme folks think that fine th thes and fine, big houses are e mast ".maportant things in life, t these things really don't mean if a person doesn't feel enough to enjoy them. Most don't rea- this, but s. Lucy .swell of 2, Stone untain, realizes it well. Mrs. takes COL, taking OL she her overcome deficiencies of B, B,, Niacin and Iron contains. is Mrs. Braswell's own 'I have been sick for time with stomach dis- I began taking HAD- I have been taking it I am so muct and much stronger. I will to take HADACOL. It me. I tell my HADACOL. I can't HADACOL too much. I yearl old."  Lamme fpu,-- JOHN CRANE MAKES TRIP TO MEXICO During the first part of Decem- ber, 125 Illinois farm folks, un. der the sponsorship of the Illi- nois Agricultural Association, left Chicago on a conducted tour to _Mexico City, and other points of interest in that nation, south of the border. The Illinois Agricultural As- sociation Peeord, in the January issue, printed an article about the trip. and had 21 illustrations Open Polio Drive Township chairmen of the 1951 March of Dimes campaign a- gainst Polio, met in Lincoln on Monday night and received sup-1 i plies, which were distributed by the Logan county chairman, Rob. ert Redus. For Mount Pulaski township Harry O. Elliott is chairman, and and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, co- chairman. They will depend on your generosity in this drive as there will be no house to house canvas. You are only too famili- ar with what this polio fund of various scenes and historic buildings mostly in and around Mexico City. One of those making the trip was a former Mount Pulaskian,drive is for, and you are asked John Crane, now of Linco]n. In to go to either bank before the one of the pictures is a small last of January and leave your group watching a Mexican crafts, contributions. man hand tool leather in a leath- For a community that has es. er factory. John Crane was one ofl caped polio thus far, is all the the interested persons watching i more reason that you should help the craftsman Others receiving I others. the Record in Mount Pulaski may Containers have been placed in have noticed this. business houses where you may deposit cash. Miss Sallie Jenkins of Chicago arrived last Friday to make an Dr. and Mrs. Donald Barringer extended stay with her sister, were visitors in Chicago part of Mrs. Raymond Hanslow, and fam  the past week, going on medical ily. business. GRADE SCHOOL " BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Fri., Jan. 19--Chestnut, here. Mon., Jan. 22---Middletown, here. Phone us your news items. Fish Fry FRIDAY, JAN. 19 ALSO STEAKS AND CHICKEN Noah's Ark K. W. Bradshaw, Prop. ILLIOPOLIS, ILLINOIS HERE'S THE NEW'51 DODG'E New lnside.../Vew Oufside wHh a Complefel New Kind oFRide 00EW in mow ways t/tan cars coming up to 00000 mow TED WILLIAMS--"When I first saw this new 1951 car, its smart good looks and its new engi- neering advances made me put it in the expensive car class," says Ted Williams, baseball's great left-handed slugger. BETTY HUTTON--"It'$ so big, so roomy, with greater visibility for every passenger." says Betty Hutton.* famous for her own exuberant way" of putting over a :-.lg. "And so luxuriously alq,,ilted, inside and outl" DALE CARNEGIE--"/ think I know what influences people, and this new car will do it," says famous author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People" and "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living." vSoo. to be teen in Cecil B. DeM|lle's ""THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH," a Paramount Release, Color by Technicolor Now YOU can see itl The new 1951 ear that thrilleA hundreds in secret previews coast-to-eoastI Yes, famous Americans and people in all walks of life--engineers, stylists, arcMtects, mechanics -were excited by its stunning new beauty and host of engineering improvements . . . were amazed that any car offering so much sells for so littler New R/d/no Pr/nc;plel New Oriflow shock absorber system brings you a truly new kind  r/de.., lets you "float" down roads that stop other cars. Here's a new kind o smoothness-over the same roads that jarred and "hammered" you in the pastl Whether it's cobblestones or country ruts-whee/s stay on the ground. New Watel#ower Visbililyl Here's visibility for all passengers through the new wider windshield and deeper, wider panoram|c rear window-for greater safety, comfort. Here's new sacionsness ins/de to let you ride relaxed, uncrowded. Yet outsiae, its new beauty is sleek and trim for easier handling and parking. See the New 1951 Dodge January 20thl Step in at your Dodge dealer's. Learn how you could pay up to $1,000 more and still not get all the new beauty, extra room, famous dependability of this great new Dodge[ Beau#00/ We., 1951 DODGE ON DI.CPLAY JANUARY 20-- 7w Dick Shull Motor Co. 5 ,i