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JAR 23, lINt1 glish Teacher Resigns Position  06 . 00 66.60 Miss Marian Buchanan, head of 46.60 he English department of the 21.71 [ount Pulaski Township High 82.03 lchool and teacher of French, has 84.60 esigned to take a position in the 62.10 gh school at Benton Harbor, 54.71 ][ichigan, where a former :Mount 28.60 *ulaski teacher, Miss Alberta [43.80 rolle, taught a year or two ago. 64.66 iss Buchanan was selected for he position over a nUmber of )46.49 ther candidates. :Miss Buchanan came to Mount ?E mulaski in the fall of 1938 frown he University of ILlinois. She is he only teacher ever to come to he local high school with a mas- r's degree, although two other )f ad- 5oga a. 14, I waS eachers secured one after being t h employed here. She also possessed May wider range of training in Eng- ! Bea, sh and French than any other ?ring" eacher who has filled the posi- sts of ion. 0 and Mis Buchanan has directed the Nineigh sghoo I library, where the ewey-Deciml system is em- oyed, and found time in addition m re-0 assist in such activities as com- esssdaunity singing, Girl Scouts, and wner9 ilUrch services. She leaves many 'rate fiends anong the students and 1941 eachers of the high school and ealed rnong the people of the commun- Ly. year on a lempted. But Remains Here Mr. Herbert SLivers recently offered a position in the In- Arts department of the J. 371 MOU,NVr PULASKI TLME.q-NWS, MOUi; PULASKI, ILLINOIS Card Party- (Continued from Page 1) Crippled Children' fund of the Ells organization in this county, was shown wearing his braces furnished thru founds created by these drives. Other caes in this community have been equally well cared for and the community should respond in a fine way to this paralysis fund drive now be- in made. A number of cash donation have been received by the ticket solicitors as well as left at the Times-News from people who do not care to play cards. This list ill be published at the end of the campaign. The folloing committees are active in the drive here: Committees at Work General Committee: H. J. Vible, chairman, Mrs. Dan. J..Fuhrer, :Mrs. Ellis Doming, :Mrs. Lloyd Hargis and Austin Schaffenacker. Ticket Sales: MrS. Dan ahrer and Mrs. Lloyd Hargis. Solicitors: Mrs. Fulrer, :Mrs. Charles Schmitz Mrs. C. :M. Mer- riman, Mrs. V'. F. Binder, Mrs. C. T. Turner, Mrs. Frank Talmage, :Mrs. Hargis, Mrs. R. Bertonl, Mrs. Fred Holmes, Mrs. P. A. Gru- bet, :Mrs. Claude Buckle, :Mrs. Walter Sam_s, Mrs. W. G. Mat- thews, :Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer, Mrs. Roy Lucas, :Mrs'. Harry Downing, :Mrs. Harold Laatsch, :Mrs. T. A. Gup- ton, Miss Grace Rothwell, Mrs. Berton Allison, Mrs. George ral. dell, S. S. Patterson, Loui E. i Schafer and H. C. Keck. In clrge of games: Pinochle, Mrs. E. C. Downing and Mrs. P. A. Gruber, Mrs. Glover :Mat- thews, Mrs. Wilbur Stoll; bridge, Mrs. Fuhrer and :Mrs. Talmage; 500, Mrs. Chas. Schmitz and :Mrs. L. F. Sams. Tables: Austin Schaffenacker, Walter Greenfield, Vincent Ey and Paul Gruber. Novel Feature .Added WEEK-END OF JANUARY GRAPENUTS 2-pkg 23c 3-v. can I-lb. can 47c 20c KARO DARK SYRUP in bottles 15c Ray's Chilli 10-19-25c Grapefruit, 20-oz. 10c GOLD LABEL BAKING Powder, 2-lb. can 23c MINUTE TAPIOCA, 2 for 25c FLAKE OR CRACKED HOMINY lb. 5c SUNSHINE COOKIES STRIPED MARSHMALLOW PEAKS I-lb. 19c 13c A novel feature is being added to the evening's program which KNOX 13c will not be announced until that JELL, 6 fo00o00,: 3 l-lb. 250 evening.  SWEET J WnA .. ,.rDSAY D,ED Potatoes, 2,/2 oo. ,so 2-1bs 490 IN" MORRIS, ILLINOIS William D. Lindsay, 75, a fre- PAUL SCHULTZ quent visitor in Mount Pulaski Morton high school, C2- during the past,year, and widely Illinois. This school, which known in Grundy county, died at  1chatc?  in the western suburb l his home in Morris at 4:10 a. m. s :cgludi:nststn- over 6,000 Monday, Jan. 20, after an illness ' g uens of high lo f two weeks. faeJarr:lege" It is I Mr. Lindsay was the father of s gn stmols J Mrs. Walter Greenfield of Mount a the United States, and puts emphazis on industrial Mr. Stivers' department at Pulaski has been pronoun- one of the best among down te high schools. In order to him in our community the lo- high school board made an at- with him attractive hough to lead him to reject the ffer from Cicero. D. L. Barr, who taught science ere several years ago, went to J. ?erling Morton after leaving Pulaski. RESIDENT ESVILLE, DJES John Marvel. former resident of died December 20 at home in Lemoore, Calif., ne- ro word received b'y his Mrs. 1 L. Chenoweth, near Burial was made r. Marvel was 88 years ol& lived in DeWitt county for Years. He is survived by his one son and one daughter; a sister, Miss Love Marvel, of Calif., and a brother, E. Marvel, ROcky Mount, :Mo. Pulaski, and :Mr. and Mrs. Green- field and son Jack left for Morris several days ago. Besides his wife and daughter, he is survived by one grandson, and two sisters. :Mr. 1,indsay was born Dec. 13, 1865, in Vienna township, Grundy county. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church, Morris, at 10 a. m. Wednesday, and burial was in Evergreen cemetery, that city. What does the address la- ble on your paper say ? DON'T BE BOSSED BY YOUR LAXA'rlVE.REULrVE CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY eV, Then you feel garry, headachy, logy due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions do--take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next m..ing--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 night's rest or interfere with work the next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewing gum laxative, your/ It taste= good, it's handy and economica.., a family supply FEEN.A !NT -M 10i j PHONE 166 CRACKER BIT l I PANCAKE FLOUR CRACKERS 14-lb. bag 19c l-lb. box 15c ,ru,,- Cabbage .... lb, 3c Apples ...... lb, 5c Lettuce ... head 8c Celery .... stalk 8c Onions, 10 lb. bag 20c Potatoes .. peck 25c IDAHO Potatoes 10 Ibs. 29c Grapefruit 7 for 25c Radishes bunch 5c Cauliflower head 18c Carrots .. bunch 8c Grapes ..... lb. 13c Oranges 25-29-32-39c FLOUR PAGE NINE 24-25 24-1bs STOKELY'S Cranberry SAUCE tall can 17c Choice Roast Beef 20c LEAN Pork Roast (buffs) 20c Lean Pork Chops 23c SHANKLESS Picnic Hams .... 19c Wieners ....... 21 c Spaghetti with MeatBalls .. can 17:c Cheese Spread pkg, 5c Fresh Fish Thurs, & Fri, , ,,,, LIBBY Krauf .. No. 21/2 10c ; STOKELY'S Mixed' Vegetables I Ic STOKELY'S Green Gage Plums 25c STOKELY'S Red Beans " I Ic GLENCO Crackers . . 2 Ibs. 15c MERIT Peas ...... 3 for 25c MERIT Green Beans 3 for 25c MERIT -- Spinach .... 3 for 25c MERIT Peanut Buffer... 23c ROSE D,LE- - Pumpkin No. 21/2 9C DOM NO C---dCON Sugar ..... 2 Ibs. l Sc MERIT Salad Dressing .. 23c BIG VALUE Catsup ... 14 oz. 9c CLOROX ... qts. 19c 24 oz. 20c Navy Beans 4 Ibs. 21c OLD DUTCH Cleanser . . 2 for 15c WEST'S BIRD SEED Combination .... I 5c MR. FARMER WE WILL PAY "TOPS" FOR EGGS i WE DELIVER O & L FOOD CENTER