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LOCAL HAPPENINGS , PUBLIC CARD PARTY IN LINCOLN ON FEB. 20 The Odd Fellows' Orphans Home Rebekah lodge of Lincoln wil sponsor a public card party in Odd Fellows hall in that city at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Feb. 20. Every- one iS cordially invited. OAKLAND COM[UNITY CLUB MEETS FEB. 21 The Oakland Community Club will meet Friday evening, Feb. 21, at the Oakland school house over seven miles southwest of Mount Pulaski. The entertainment com- mittee will include Darrell and Frances Neal, Mr. and Mrs. For- et Wilham. Sandwiches, pie and coffee will be served by Mr. and Mrs. Milton French, Mis Marilyn Mueller, Miss Juanita Groff. THE MOUNT PULAhKI TIIES-NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS HARE-BRAINED  ] delegates to the Illinois State Sportsmen's Club meeting to be !held in Springfield Sunday, Feb. 17. Alternates chosen were Henry J. Mayer, vice-president, and Carl I Ey, treasurer. , L&UGHERY COlVLUNITY i CLUB MEETS FEB. 21 The Iughery Community Club /" :L'Y DRIVERS LIKE HARE-BRAINED HENRY HUBCAP RUN AMBER LIGHTS AT INTERSECTIONS ,THE CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB POINTS OUT. - .... THIS TRAFFIC VIOLATICW4 RESULTS IN THOU- "" SANDS OF ACCIDENTS EACH "YEAR,, CAUSING MANY INJURIES AND DEATHS. ALWAYS STOP ON THE AMBEP, LIGHT, "JUST AS THOUGH IT VVEE THE RED, I ANO wan- Go oN 71 , will hold its next regular meeting "-. " at 7:30 p. m. Friday, Feb. 21, in "",. ' the \\; M.LRRLAGE LICENSES ISSUED LN" LINC)LN Friday--Edmund Voelker, Mount 00laski and Hil00 Gerhardt '"J"') " Chestnut. Saturday--Walter Marion Rob- ,o.-o son, Mount Pulaski, and Virginia BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN m Dunkelberg, Lincoln. IN CITY SUNDAY . ' . , Herschel Shrader a deputy for the thousands submitted to Ted I there ]s a Japanese vessel anchor- i LNESL]LE 4-H CLUB - '. .... Malone to be read on his daily/ed in the bav lust below us We ORGANIZED AT SLTPER several years in tne oniee o   . , - " wounty ........... wierK cmuae w. TUU in t c''Between the Bookends". . broad- l| will return the last of February.' Lanesvflle" , Ill.--The Lanesvflle" Lincoln, forty-tlrd ] ast or used on hm magazine page attained his ........ "IT ......... 4-H club held its 1941 organization ,n,e DOOK algo contains re rmts o ..'IIND "/'HE STATE ,birthday anniversary Sunday Feb l P ! "  " meetin last Thursday evenint- n "' " of many popular poetry and prose [SORTS.MEN'S MEETLNG Feb  Parents f " r' 9, a d in honor of the event al  " / " . 6 o the membe S . selections There are no du lica - ; ehmken droner was gven at the/.. _ " P I At the recent sessmn of the were guests at a potluck supper. uons oz poems hch appeared In Mount 1 home of his father, James H. IT .... " . " Puask" Sportsmen's Club preceding tl meeting. Shrader on North Washington[ ed ivlalone s 'American Album of President Otto Ey and Secretary The followin officers were el o- p .... g treet. The others present were[ oetry pubhshed m 1938, and John E. Dillsaver were named asected W'illiam Febus, resident; - 'now in its sixth edition. P Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin, The poems are reprinted with ........ -sons Jack and Robert, and Miss Ruth Peterson. WAR MOTHERS ENJOYED POTLUCK DINNER The Mount Pulaski chapter of World War Mothers held a pot- luck dinner Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the home of Mrs. William E. Holmes, 206 North Lafayette street. At the business meeting that followed he sum of $5 was donated to a worthy World War veteran, and $3 sent to the War Mother' Home in Aurora, Colo- rado. One new member was add- ed to the chapter, Mrs. Alvin Day, of Cornland. the permission of the Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Company of Philadel- phia, Pa.. publishers of "Ted Ma- lone's Scrapbook." IX)ILL DAUGHTERS S' MEETS TUESDAY, FEB. 18 The Loyal Daughters Society of the Mount Pulaski Christian church will meet in the church at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 18. Roll call will be responded to by "Why I Joined the Loyal Daughters." The hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Mann, chairman; Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, Mrs. Harry Peters, Mrs. Steve S. Patterson, Mrs. Guy Ha- field, Miss Etta Roberts, Mrs. Glen Oglesby. The new officers for 1941 are as follows: Mrs. Jasper Veech, presi- dent; Mrs. Auscin W. Schaffen- acker, vice president; Mrs. Arthur C. Shilling, secretary; Miss Nellie Horn, treasurer. FORMER MOUNT PULASKIAN ON MEXICAN TRIP Paul E. Beidle of the Times- News writing department received a post card last Friday from Aca- pulco, Mexico, written by Ralph McGraw of Chicago, who is on a Many contests and appropriate game were enjoyed, vacation trp, accompanied by his M ........... wife. Mr McGraw is a native of vtueuer IS me younges daughter of Mr. and Mrm Dick. Mount Pulaski. He said in part: Mueller of South l_ayette street, I.. ''We are on another jaunt to nndlre ?kbi:entch,STh: ' i:;tsucih;w:PcieCysltiyO'Omti e . I " here, and today (Jan. 30) is 87 LOCAL POET HONORED degrees. We have a room in a IN NEW ANTHOLOGY bungalow, with a veranda over- Gladys Swinney VanDeventer of looking the city and ocean. The Mount Pulaski, Illinois, ha just water is warm and clear. Today been informed that her poem, "Bittersweet," has been included -- in "Ted Malone's Scrapbook," just published. The "Scrapbook" is a For FULLER SALES and new collection of the favorite po-, SERVICE write ems of Ted Malone, NBC reader of poetry and Poetry Editor of E, W. GOAD Good Housekeeping Magazine. New Holland, IlL Mrs. Van)eventer's poem was among six hundred chosen out of ******************************** * Help your teeth shine like the stars * , ... use Calox Tooth Powder , ******************************** Many of Hollywood's brightest stars use Calox to help bring out the natural lustre of their teeth--and you can rely on Calox too. Pure, wholesome, pleasant4asting, approved by Good Homekeeping Bureau. Five tested ingredients, blended according to the formula of a foremost dental authority, make Calox an economical tooth powder that can't harm tooth enamel Get Calox today at your drug store. Five dm from I0# m $15. :EOUS SHOVVER GIVEN MARILYN MUELLER In the basement dining hall of the Methodist church on the after- noon of Wednesday, Feb. 5, a mis- cellaneous shower was given in honor of Miss Marilyn Mueller by her siter, Miss Elsie Mueller, and! Miss Virginia French, more than sixty friends being present. Miss Mueller, who will soon become the bride of Louis Frencl% received many ueful gifts. Valentine dec- orations were used profusely. / THUIDAY, James Rodgers, Bob McDaniel$, treasurer; Robert Gladys Scott and heimer, recreational ] The club will Monday of each ILLIOPOLIS ORGANIZE Several weeks ty members of the 40-50 Laughery school house on ki Woman's Club Route 121, over one mile north of i llliopolis and city. The committee in charge!g ram of the will be composed of Mr. and Mrs. ' Club.. Their in John Head, Miss Maud and Char- apprecmted by les Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert town friends in Schaffenac,ker. Sandwiches, cook- I many questions ies and coffee will be served. Mount Pulaskians of organizing such WEEK END - FEB. 14-15 Prunes, 2-1bs. 23c ANY HOUR COFFEE, 3-1bs. 37c Corn Meal S-lbs 14c ,,111 PILLSBURY'S 19c WHEATIES NAVY BEANS, HAPPY HOUR GRAPEFRUIT 3No. 2 46-0z, can SANIFLUSH SNOWSHEEN Cake Flour LUX SOAP ........ 4 cakes 25c LIFEBUOY SOAP 4 cakes 25c KLEENEX TISSUES ........ 2 25c P & G SOAP . : ...... 7 ars 25c LAUREL OLEO ...... 2 Ibs. I?c HAPPY HOUR Zn the IlliopoliS music room at 2 day a group of lis and ing for that ing the propo.tion any women who would like to sir and lmped to plans for music for an the entire locality. Twenty-one lective serqce port February 14 to the army at the number is hey. ANY HOUR FLOUR .. CALUMET : ........ DOG FOOD ........ 4 CAMEL PEAS ....... 2 HAPPY HOUR Whole Wheat FLOUR.. HAPPY 2 Re. 21/z Is HAPPY HOUR CORN Whole Grain and Golden Bantam 2 No. 2 cans 29c COFFEE l-lb. 25c ZIMMERMANN & HO PHONE 100