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Mr. PULASKI WMAN'S CLUB MEET FEBRUARY 19 The Mt. Pulaski Woman's :Club will meet Feb. 12th at cooki 2 p.m. in the Muldoon Club eken, M Room. The program is in keep- butt6; ing with the birthday of Abra- bakd ham Lincoln. The speaker for , bred the afternoon will be Mr. Bob s, lettlt Wilson of Maroa. The songs of the month will nbtel! be iv. charge of our song leader, Mrs. Dale Fuiten; "He's Got The Whole World in His Hands", "Kum Ba Ya" and "Illinois." Special music will be furnish- ed by a quartet, Robin Roland, All !Norman Helton, Chris Neavitle and Peter Molt, accompanied . by Mrs. Ray Zumstein. Les Sheridan of Lincoln, IlL h[l  inois, president of the Logan Count) Abraham Lincoln l-leri- tae Foundation, wilt be on hand to say a few words con- cerning the great heritage left to Logan Coanty by Ab-raham Lincoln. The program is a division of the Education Department, Mrs. Oswald Brooker is chairman. The thought of the day will be given by Helen Buckles; "Let us explore all opportunities, through our endeavors to pro- mote better programs for our club members." Hostesses; Mrs. William Pra- ther, chairman; Mrs. Harold Thornton, co-chairman; Mrs. Dale Neaville, Mrs. Ellis Wood, Mrs. Florence Wagner, Mrs. Dean Wilham, Mrs. Walter Moll, Mrs. C. R. Merrirnan, Mrs. Clyde Febus, Mrs. Claude Litterly, Mrs. Lloyd Hargis, Mrs. Carl Max- heimer, Mrs. Donald Huston, Mrs. Edward Allspach, Mrs. Rus- sell Buckles, Mrs. Valentine Gas- away, Mrs. Harold Hubbard, Mrs. Merritt Williams, Mrs. Ed- ward T. Goddard, Mrs. Robert Rothwell Sr. and Miss Jessie Turlev. After the meeting all mem- bers dre invited to visit the Shrine where the Jr. Club and Sr. Club will be hostesses for the serving of the birthday cake and cider.s The cake is bein -donated by the "Logan Count) Abraham Lincoln Heritage Foun- dation and the cider by the St. Womans Club. Cookies and cider will be served at the close of the meet- ing in the club room for all who care to participate. Our club urges all members to visit the Shrine on Friday, Feb. 12 and on other days or evenings during this elebrated week. Official Board at 1 p.m. Off- icers and chairman will be voted on at this meeting. MABEL GONSIDINE DIED JANUARY 9.8 IN CHICAGO Mrs. Mabel Louise Considine 56, passed away at 4:40 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 at (;an, Hospital where she had been a patient since Nov. 13. I'F0 She was born Feb. 22. 1)14. daughter of the late Frank Jnd Bertha Wachter Sams. of MI Pulaski. She graduated from h' Mt. Pulaski High School amt was employed for thirt cJrs with the State of Illinois She married William (on,- dine in Chicago Aug. 3. l')a ' who survives. Also the follow, m:: brothers and sisters survive. ,'ai- ter Herman Everett. Ra)m,,nd Mrs. Anna Waddell and MJr.: Sams all of Mr. Pulaski Funeral services were lci,! a, Our Lady of Lourdes (t':.!" in Chicago, Monday. Feb 1., : 10:00 a.m. with Father Cta'.- J. Wieclaw, officiating. (,. c,..wi_ services were held in hc ( !'Jp._. at the cemetery.' wth t-Jrt.:. Charles H. Schlax. Pallbearers were J.,hn and Kevin Sheehan, Robelt ,rod R,;- A girl who has the best equipment to work with wants lhe best checking account service, too ! That means having a checking account at this Full Service Bank where you not only have a choice of checking accounts, but also have every other banking service you need under this very same roof. Check herel ttattk of 00llrstm00 sell McKay, Wallace Denhoff of Chicago and Julian Sams of Mt. Pulaski. JATCEF "1O SPONSOR DANCE FEBRUARY 9.O Mr. Pulaski Jaycees are spon- soring a dance Feb. 20 at the V.F.W. in Lincoln. The band called the "Here After" are from Bloomington. with" a local boy Kim Streenz being the head of the band. Dancing will be from 9-12. l)onation will be $5.00 a couple. Part of the proceeds from this dance will go to the furnishing of the Scout room at the Tomlinson Recreation Center. POST OFFICbHOLIDAY SERVICE Washingmn's Biaty Saturda,,. Feb. 13. 1971 N)nml rural art] city deliver), ST:r. counter closed Box l_xbby olx'n-6:45 a.rrt to 5:2) p.m. ReguJar collection service Special deliveries nrade Su.ry, Feb. 14. 1971 .No service &rday. Feb. 15. 1971 N rural or city delivery Stmnp counter dosed l.x lobby opel}-6:45 a.n to 5::0 p.m. Mad cdlectoJ in depxsat boxes Sixvial deliverie lr, de TIMES NEWS(Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, FEB., 4, 1971-3 lilt. Pulaski Theatre "FILM CLASSICS OF YESTERDAY" (G) ALL AGES FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT 7 P.M. ONLY "FRANCIS" THE TALKING MULE "GOES TO WEST POINT" WITH HIS NEW SIDEKICK . . . "DONALD O'CONNOR". ITS LAUGH TIME I:]OM BEGINNNING TO END I ARE YOU MISSING OUT? OUR FILM CLASSICS OF YtTERDAY WERE MADE FOR SHEER ENJOYMENT AND YOUR MT. PULASKI THEATRE IS THE ONLY THTJkTRE YOU CAN SEE THE HLM CLAS'SICS AT. HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN SINCE YOU HAD A BIG LAUGH? BRING THE FAMILY AND ENJOY 2 HURS OF LAUGHTER PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION NEXT.. W'EEK. PH SCOTT- IRENE DUNN IN "HIGH ArlDE & S(ME". ENLOE SAV-MOR MOUNT PUIJ STORE HOUR& 9:00-A.M. to 5:30 P.M. DAILY EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES:., REGULAR $3.98 Coricidan COLD RELIEF TABLETS ,oo., $2.87 BAIA FOTO CUBE, Regula 2.9 ONLY $1.49 Reg. $1.79 Baby Shampoo 99 REG. 59c Vicks INHALERS 37c Regular $1.25 lllar $.f$ Pond's 'Dreamflower Bath Powder 5 SQUIBB THEIIAGRAM- M HIGH POTENCY VITAMIN o00c, 69, $5.26 SAVE THROUGH WEDNESDAY