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Teacher Employed Miss Josephin Taylor of Cal- City, Illinois, has been en- gaged by the board of education fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Miss Marian Bu- as head of the English de- of Mount Pulaski town- : flip high. ;t 3  " Mss Taylor, who is a graduate ue the University of Chicago, T a]r omes here very highly recom- .l It ended. She wl also be the gin$rench instructor and have a d ] barge of the library. 71e J w ,RAD-E CAGE .iAME FRIDAY lapot'l'o games will be played on ia 'i] t, r L rat game is at 7:15. i XNOUCEs CmACY OR SUPERVISOR use  H. C. "Tine" Keck announces Tt.  S candidacy for the office of sup- bo of ,ot Puki tohp Lily t ' bject to the Democrat caucus /9 m Saturday, February 15th. Vot- e  will be done at all the regular i dting places. a M tl t  RLTIAN CHURCH NOTES !Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Church Services at 10 30 a m ( j ,  . V ame Stalev, Pastor. STAR CARD IN CHESTNUT Pulaski Chapter No. 466, of Eastern Star, to which several residents of Chest- belong, will hold a card party high school gymnasium in Friday night, Feb. 7. hundred, bridge and pinochle be played. Lunch will be The public is cordially in- 00lective Service common word often ,is- are notably missing from the Training and Ser,ice Act by the National Congress September. The words are "draftee," "conscript," *tion," "concriptee," ex- pt," and "exemption." the ages 21 to 36 are called registrants. After have been classified and so- for training they are selec- and when they have been in- into training they are local board in the Selective System selects men for service in the Nation- program. It does not or conscript them. Under "IlOUN'g P , MOUNT PULASKI. llJA3Ol$ PAGE the language of the Act registrants A YEAR TO BUILD l her hus'band. Said Weiler, a are never conscripts or draftees. THANKS, SUBSCRIBEP A modern military airplane rep- ber of 37 civic and fraternal It is presumed that all men FOR YOUR RESPONSE resents enough work to employ 30 1 ganizations: "I've attendl within the age limits will take the The Times-News wishes to men for a year.  ' training and ser,ice except those rags almost every night of express its appreciation of the These Chinese Poultrymen imarried life, and any wife specia!ly relieved in the Act be- splendid respore made by its i stands for that deserves a cause of present connections with subscribers in renewing their The Chinese have hatched eggs the federal military and diplomat- subscriptions for the coming by artificial heat for more than ................... ic service. E.C. Eppeley, who year. 1,000 years. hotel in Sioux Falls, Iowa ' drop-: Registrants with certain status We would be more than TEXAS GAS PIPELINES ped in to inspect may be deferred from training pleased to hear from everyone Pipelines transport gas from work on the building. Well atis, but they are never exempt from who ha been sent a notifica- the Texas Panhandle to sections i fled with evcrythivg except .the the provisions of the act except as tie, that their subscription has of 14 states, including Texas. dilapidated siLn a picket expired or is about to. stated abo in the law'. The local front of the building was carry, These notices are sent out as :In hi annual report to the Sac-  rag, hc immediately pretented'the board with the questionaire a a reminders from time to time retary of Agriculture, H. H. Ben-i )icket with a new sign. basis determines the status of the and ltve proven quite helpful nett, chief of the U. S. Soil Con-  ....................... registrant. It classifie and se- to our sbscribers who do not servation Service, declared that In this world it is not what we lects him in accordance wqth the wish to let their subscription soil erosion is costing the United  take up but what we give up; .... rules and regulations prescribed 2ate get too far" in arrears. States more than $3,800,000,000 a. makes us rich.--Beecher. year and has already damage ...................... for the administration of the law. i .... half the land of the country. * "If I were rich,' says one, "I It may defer a registrant' train-I i would..." Illusion! We ofn ing for a limited time under cer- not and can not exempt him from Mrs. George Weiler of Milwau- ! hold firmer to the last crown we rain conditions set forth in the training and service and it is not kee, Wis., received a medal on her lhave amassed than to the first law and regulations. But it does an exemption board. 25th wedding an)aiversary--from wL!:h we gained. J.P. 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