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MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS. MOUNT PULASIL ILLINOIS n sona ebruary War Games ScrieWere and Sec y PlaY l J]ed and the girls worked on the [map of the city for their badge. Mrs. Pearl V addell was hostess { the Contract Bridge club on [ Mount Pulaski Library club [win meet in the public library ernoon of Wednesday, Jan. | rooms at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. ne prizes were awarded to W!lfo: d K. Scroggin Sr., and 6. Hostesses are Mrs. Leroy K. C. M. Merriman. Buckles, St., Mrs. Oscar Fleagle, American Legion will hold Mrs. J. M. Rothwell and Mrs. Charles Schmitz. A book review regular meeting in the Leg- will be given by Mrs. Ray O. I Home Tuesday evening, Feb. Zumstein and there will be musi- Rebekah lodge will cal numbers. regular meeting Friday The Past President's club of the 2, in the IOOF Hall. Legion auxiliary will meet at of Instruction will be held 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8. at the meeting. Mrs. Mabel home of Mrs. Paul Gruber on of Decatur will be in East Cooke street. of the school. Otto Roos will entertain FOX DRIVE AT WARRENSBURG rs of the Never-Grow-Old [ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4th Friday, Feb. 2, at 2 p.m. { A Fox Drive will be held in kg hostess will be Mrs.[the Warrensburg community on Little. ]Sunday Feb. 4 starting from the It Pulaski Home Bureau{Village'Hall at 9 a.m. The drive[ t, Will meet in the American is sponsored by the Warrensburg )r Home at 12 o'clock noon[Sportsman and Gun Club, Inc. { let :!ay, Feb. 2. A potluck din- I Those interested are to bring! ,. ]ll be served. The program { ,-,,ns but no buck shot Lunch t ul follow  ' " aI-Ie to Lenten season begin-] III be served..__ { ag Wednesday Feb. 7 , thet ...... ew are Alws] Wi"  . . ' .  omas I 'icures cma r s Y J i_7." it boclety oI bt. ,n [ ..... ;qmUas church, will hold its] appreclaxn. aar meeting two days earlier, { tt aOnday, Feb. 5, at 1:30 p.m.,] o the home of Mrs. Edward T. dard on South Marion street. _ale American Legion Auxilli- 'e v*ill meet at 8 p.m. Monday, nd_ 5, in the Legion Home. All emoers are urged to attend. Lutheran Workers of St. Lutheran church will meet p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, home of Miss Anna Sehaf- on Belmont street. Cousins Club met Satur- 27, at the home of Mrs. Lincoln, who enter- at Five Hundred. Prizes Won by Mrs. Flora Zum- of Springfield; Mrs. H. W. and Mrs. Dennis Hickey and Mss. Fred Roth Pulaski. Interesting were read from Mrs. Hickman of Olathe, Kan., Alma Hampton of San Calif. The club will not until after Lent. Dorcas Guild of the St. Lutheran church will meet Frederick Zimmermann Feb. 6, at 7:30 p.m. is the last meeting until Lent. Book Club wil meet at 8 Feb. 5, with Mrs. Schahl. Scout Troop No. 21, met Tomlinson Rec Tuesday Jan. 23. We said the to the Flag, and the Girl promise. We decided to a dime each month for our ten cents for each girl will from the treasury and REPUBLICAN CAUCUS A caucus of the Republicans in Mount Pulaski Township, will be held at the East Side Snack Shop, Saturday, February 17, from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., to select candi- dates for Highway Commissioner. Republican Committee. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my good friends and relatives for the lovely cards letters, flowers, etc.. received while a hospital patient. Mrs. Sophia Piatt, Lake Fork, Ill. u START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT Make a resolution now! Have your hair taken care of by ex- perienced operators. Complete beauty service with just the right permanent for your hair, starting at $6.00, including hair-cut, shampoo and hair sty le. BOBBIE BEAUTY SHOP Over Kresges Lincoln { Phone 871 Ruby Cram n a, J Your Phone Personality... If there is any place in the world where one should be natural it is when speaking over a tele- , phone. Don't make the mistake of trying to create a "voice" when using the telephone. Just speak naturally, with your tips approximately one-half inch from the mouthpiece. Your telephone is an electronic instrument, engineered to properly record your voice to the person to whom you wish to deliver your message. Above all, DON'T SHOUT  and DON'T WHISPER I to the dues at the end of n to send to National M t P I ki T ipho :rs Donna Ayers and oun U as e e ge u0= McCarthy are on the ,n committee. New offic- eleeted to begin serving M,   Phone 167 ON ROUTE 36 West Edge ILLIOPOLIS, AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE HAVE YOUR CAll CHECKED For BETTER DRIVING NOW Motor Tune.up Complete Lubrication Brakes Relined Anti-Freeze Check-up Heater Hose Replaced LARGE STOCK of TIRES - BATTERIES - ANTI-FRE00 T.E. DUFF CANDIDATE FOR HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER Mount Pulaski Township REPUBLICAN CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 -- Your Support Will Be Appreciated -- Q MODERN REVOLUTIONARY CAMP CESSPOOL AND SEPTIC TANK CLEANER | peel end Septic flank _I.*, eliminates need of ex- |  O** 6 lb. Con o! Camp pensive, unhealthy | Cenl|eel and Septic Tank pumping and digging | 4dlflen*r up of cesspools, septic* | New lath fee . tanks, seepage pools, etc. No shutdown esther. Dissolves everythlng organic from grease to cloth to fibrous tree roots. Results in 12 to 36 hours. CAMP CF.,POOI. AND SEPTIC TANK CONDITIONER INI4ps start septic octn...imulotes bacteria growth . eUndnahm odors. IT'S TRIED! IT'S TIME TESTED! *lh. Canodlol Pal. O@. |*g. U.S. Pot. Off. pendin0 ]. M. Rothwell Lbr. Cc