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Party-- tl (Continued from Page 1) by :b____. ld sotS: A beautifully decorated cake do- ,toe :ated by Ey's bakery, ands Silex r jCoffee maker as well as a marvel- s V a AIou.s Rival electric cooker-server lfred ven with the complimentg of the ).[rs'if:;Central Illinois Electric and Gas ' o.mpany were sold during the eve tnl';Cling to Wilbert SchaJ11, Ottma r ; . ,,?Wagner and Mrs. Chas Wagner n lv D " ' - TM " r$' ncmg was enjoyed by the k .Mr_in;TheOUnger group following t card tnd fo-ll arty' Frank Turley furnishing zne records for the music * chiP: Miss Elizabeth Goetz and her step- ..,eckrooa girls more than had Lincolm,. eir hands full "dth their Job but a:e; :thelr work contributed quite sub- 'n .; ytantially to the fund. ten  ' - i ne Stoll public address s te a w y8 m Cornlan as uged zn making various an- d to t uncements during the evening. incoln -- The members of the general /[rs. Ma/:.. mittee: Mrs. Dan Fuhrer, Mrs. ich we:u--mzs Do-ning, Mrs. Lloyd I-Iargis, .:Austin Schaffenacker and H J 2 p. J- . , . :tponed lble, chairman, are very apprec- 1 at tive of all the efforts made m a Linco aft of the party and to those rgrove, ho attended or made cash dona- Lt Pula ns" A contribution from the Cope- to dland Sunday School of $1000 was per rom C nunced last night. David Lee, Whose mother comes from that seighborhood, and who has been hhe recipient of considerable help i-hrom the paraly fund, and the _mmunity is quite appreciative n rnal- .. _. '  o,,L rme tlne work tlat has been oy this movement. :lQttl Donations have been received city jvom the following: muny fir Cash Donations J ,rmed tlrlaio ' H; Shrader, Chaa-les Girtno- Mrs. Axminta Ryan, Rober ethmereanes, Mrs. Fred Mayer, Sr., Mz. he da Rupp, Mrs. Paul Dana, Mrs. ac r ". C. Nolan, Mrs Chris Well s is We[rs. Anna Glce, Mrs. M. A[ e, Flosie Crane, Ray. F. E. eumeyer, Miss Clara Seyfer, TJL  Anna Bloye,  a nearhahi, Mrs. Mike VoUe, Henry he follolle, Mrs. $.inta Smith, Mrs. 'No Oon Luca, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- esus'  Buckles, Katie Voile, Mary ;Toile, Nellie Horn, Henry Horn, Like Pulaski Grade School, Mount Pu- laski High School. Still Accepting Dontlotm Donations will be received up until turday and a coraplete re- port made next week. where would you find- , 1. The Hoover Library. 2. The Delaware Water Gap? 3. Bright Angel Trail? 4. Aldershot Tattoo ? 5. The country which first rec- ognized the United states ? 6. A Zulu ? 7. The Turpentine State? 8. Ailsa Craig ? 9. A baseball team known as "the Gia.n+.s ? '' 10. The oldest American ship in active service today ? (Answers appear on this page) 1. (Answers) Founded in 1919 at Stanford Week end University by Herbert Hoo- m ver; a research library on the causes and after effects of the ..war i1000,000 It is formed by a break in the Kittatinny Range of the Blue Ridge Mountains where the Delaware River passes through a beautiful gorge 3. A famous trail in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. 4. A military pageant held every year at Aldershot, near Lon- don, depicting Britain's vic- tories and high lights of her history; discontinued until the end of the war. 5. France; February 6, 1778. 6. A member of a negroid race, inhabiting tl British Prov- ince of Natal, Union of South Africa. 7. North Carolina. 8. A basaltic, columnar islet at the entranee of the Firth of Clyde, in Scotland. 9. The New York Nationals. 0. The Wolverine, orginally na- med the Michigan, first iron warslip ever built, is at Erie, ct your rt and bladcs-  world" , could rely 10 lric ge from [rs. Maggie Klotz, Mrs. Fannie, .1'rl, GAMEY ?hk, Gayett my,Jrffllr y n Ekkhart, Grace and Sue HUlVIMING Ray. J. W. Staley, Mr. :. a. c. mi, M. El- The foilong game may be betl:eckler, Mrs. Goetz. played under many conditions, but N. . Hubb,d, Mr. and Mrs. our family finds it most enjoyab- verett Beidler, Miss Katie Hal'-le when played to the accompan- iment of dishwashing. Giant - 53c Larqe - 19c i'. Medium 9c :::i Ison, Mrs. Sarah Harrison, Lr. rteen O"Briem, Mrs. O. Felts, k's. Lettie Hahn, William Arnold, on ,:,eonard, j. O. Leonard, Dan lackford, Mr. and :Mrs. K. M. nderson, Miss Jennie Hassett [Is. Henry Kautz, St., Mrs. Ms- ' Schaffenacker, ]Jrs. Everett aynes, Miss Katie Kiel, Mrs. illiam zgeemt' [. David heek, Clarence West, :Mrs. Susan pp, Mrs. wliaa Hahn, E. O. [ayer, Mrs, Clara Glose, :J's. m,'e,  Fkmence Wynd, Dr. G. "Wait, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. loth- ell, Grace Rothwell, Mrs. Ernest xdpa,st.m-, George Schatd, Jake )mer, :Mrs. Ed Blanford, S. L. Hershey's Biffer-Sweet CHOCOLATE ...... 2 for 25c Red Gold Hand Packed TOMATOES ........ No. 2 10c CORN MEAL ........ S Ibs. I Sc Go|d Label BAK. POWDER, 2-lb. can 23c Minute TAPIOCA, 2 for 25c Town Crier FLOUR, 24 Ibs. 82c NAVY BEANS ........ 4 Ibs. 21c Kr. and rs. D. O. Bra. Rev. Ray Ztmmtein, -'s. S. C. Charles H. Herring, Mrs. TUrner, Mrs. Jesse Litterly, Zenobia Zimmermann, ]Krs. linney, Copeland chlch, erry mro George Sto- Hattie Layman, Mount Harvest Time PANCAKE FLOUR, 4 Ibs. 19c Pennsylvania, where it waslJ  . m==m=*-..=.-------- launched in 1843; now a training ship. The dishwasher generally be- gins bY humming a line or twQ of either a popular or a classical mu- sical number. The dishwiper must then guess the name of the piece which, has been humned. If he is successful he is allowed to hum a piece; if not, the dish- washer hums again until his help- er can name correctly the title of his contribution. This game has not only "choco- late coated" the process of disl - washing but has proven an edu- cational game as well. The chil- dren are now able to recognize many of the famou operas and of , Stella Mayer, Mrs. Weak- ballads. Emma and Nora Hagenbuch, F" and Mrs. Otis Medford, Miss ie mo. Ways to Make mar, Mr. and Mrs. William ',hwoerer, Homer Lane, Mrs. red Schafer, A C. Bartel, Mrs. RUG BAGS  Rule, Mrs. Jessie Mason, At housecleaning aeasons each Ymond Hahn, H. C. Maxheimer, spring and autumn a man goes Mary Gulso, Mrs. Earl Kin- about from house to house show- Mra. Atom McKellar, Frank ing housekeepers the rug bags his wife makes for storing summer or winter rugs., Two 9x12 size rugs, when rolled, will fit into these canvas bags which are tied at each end witl% draw strings. They rea- dily sell for two Ipllars because they are practlcal and meet a household need. 3 for 25c Baker's Semi-Sweet CHOC. CHIPS .... 14 oz. 25c Moron's or Old Hickory SMOKED SALT ............... 85c Pure BUCKWHEAT S Ibs. 35c Pure Dippinq CHOCOLATE ............ lb. 2Sc AMMONIA ............ 2 qts. 25 Pla-Safe MATCHES .................. box 3c Some... Christmas Candy 5C lb. While it Lasts Come and Get It.  mmmm FARMERS:- we want your Eggs. "I'm the Best-Fed Guy in Town" " . . . and my wife is the finest cook in Mount Pu- laski" . . . Now, ladies, and qenHemen, too, don't arise in protest. We aqree it's micjhfy difficult to determine who is the most satisfied husband in town. In fact, it's practically impossiblel And that cjoes for food stores, too. We llke to think our store is the finest in the land .... We know we try to make it sol And we're proud to say that many a husband is as enthuslastic as the qenHeman shown above  simply becauslthe wife depends upon the qualify foods consistent at O. & L. In- cidentally, savincjs are assured on all itemsl January Jan. 31 Feb. 1st Polks grapefruit Juice No. can 15c GRAHAM CRACKERS - BUTTER COOKIES Combination, both 270 Dark 15c laro Syrup - Ught17c In New Table Size Bottle Maxwell House Coffee 1-1b 250 Choice Beef Roast 20c BOSTON BUTTS Lean Pork Roast 20c Lean Pork Chops 23c FRESH og Liver 2 Ibs. 2Sc ILLER & HART Bacon I-lb. layer 27c Longhorn Cheese 20c Oysters ...... pint 25c Fresh. Fish Thurs. & Fri. i I III1| Fruits & Vegetables Apples ....... lb. 5c Leffuce ..... head 9c Celery ...... stalk 8c Onions, 10-lb. bag 20c Potatoes .... peck 2Sc IDAHO Potatoes 10 Ibs. 29c Grapefruit 7 for 25c Radishes bunch Sc Cauliflower head 18c Carrots .... bunch 8c Grapes ....... lb. 13c Oranges. 2S-29-32-39c 8bars SPICED Grapes, 16-oz. can 15c Grape Nuts, 2 for 23c KNOX Jell, 6 flavors, 3 for 13c GLENCO Crackers . . 2 Ibs. 15c MERIT PEANUT Buffer 2 Ibs. for 23c ROSE DALE Pumpkin . No. 21/2 9c BIG VALUE Catsup .... 14 oz. 9= MA BROWN Pickles .... 24 oz. 20c CUBS .......... 13c A New Shredded Wheat SWANS DOWN 19c Cake Rour tibby's Diced Beets 9c Libby's Kraft Juice 9c CAP GREEN LIMA BEANS No. 2 15c CRANBERRY Sauce ... tall ca 15c Sealex Tissue . 6 25c Wool Flakes... 2 15c We have a small lot of the Famous Sfokely's Goods bought at the old pr,ces. Ask us. They w,II be sold at those pmces. O & L FOOD CENTER