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FEBRUARY 20, 1941 TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS ,,n Mueller Sunday icalarilvnn May Mueller. l.nd  o" -Ir and Mrs. Dick South Lafayette street, enlaski. and Louis G. ron of Mr. and Mrs. Jake 'ting south of Lake Fork :he in marriage at 3 p. rn. 1. eb. 16. 1941. in the Zion r :!ichurch. Mount Pulaski. witee ring ceremony being  by the pastor. Peer. H. in the presence of a about Seventy-five rela- )UI: frienck. ---rtLtendants were Miss Elsie Kister of the bride, and nch brother of the ? AT. m. ly Feuerbacher, church I 22 ]played several selections tERS  ceremony. Lohengmn's )[March as a prelude, and e wore a three-piece Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. Emery Guechow and son Donald, Mrs. John Guecho" and daughter Carol Jean, Homer Phillips, Walter Gue- i c:0w. Mount Pulaski and vicinity-- Rev. and Mrs. H. Wittrock, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knauer, Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Mr. and .Irs. Louis Mercier, daughters Ar- line and Vera, Mr. and Mrs. By- ron Schaffenacker and daughter Phyllis, Edmund Voelker, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aukamp, daughter Ruthalene, sons Delmar, Donald and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt, Mrs. Lucy Schaffenack- er, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Neikrenz and son V,'ilford, Harold W'iggenz, Mr. and Mrs. John Leggett and 2aughter Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wolf, Martin Voelker daughter Bernice, son Vernon. SVORLD ]A'AR VETERANS V, TLL REGISTER SATURDAY All over Illinois World War veterans are adding their names to the roster of those registering for national defense purposes. lice blue, with biege and The registration in Mount Pu- es'sories, and a corsage laski will be conducted in the a:n -asuanuithe bridesmaid !commercial room of the township e S. . t of aqua, with I high school on Saturday, Feb. 22, ]e" black accessories and a i ,,--*-,^, - fro a pmK roses I ,i " " m. to 12 noon, and from 1 to 4 4D  the wedding a l tp. m. under direction of the local __ er was served at the American Le ion st _7 bride with only mere g pc . Each registrant is required to' )PER.,Athe immediate families fill out a questionnaire containing RR rrench graduated from i gi;t Pulaski township high $|1939 since which time |-en employed in the Ly- 0||lilltl$1 store. The bridegroom nic assiing': his father on :Mrs French will o to ben  , : ' ' g Jdardg on a place seven west of .Mount Pula- Hlbhls father recently pur- 1 21 :;ln John Davis. IE" ion LutIran church in ]llschalski on the evening of |at K, Feb. 12, Abraham Lin- day, a miscellaneous given in honor of ; Gerhardt, of Chestnut e the St. Valentine day Voelker on Fri- She was the recipi- nice gifts. The host- Mrs. Otto Knauer, Mrs. and Mrs. Walter ppropriate games wre !Uring the evening after, dwiches, pickles, fruit and coffee were ser- relatives and the shower: and Mrs. Rein- daughter Hilda sons William and Dean, Everett Torbeck, Henry Stoll and a list of twenty-eight queries. Governor Dwight H. Green in a statement made in Springfield Tuesday, urged all veterans to register with their local post. The governor, who himself registered Monday, declared that the veter- ans of the state "have a vast store of talent and capabilities that can contribute materially to national defense." The questionnaires, which coy- or the applicant's civilian as well as war record, are made out in triplicate, one copy being retained by the local post, one going to the state Legion department, and the third to national headquarters. LAUGHERY CONITY CLUB MEETS ]FRIDAY The Laughery Community Club will meet at 7:30 p. rn Priday, Feb. 21, in the Iughery school house on Route 121, north of city. "Those in charge of the pro- gram and lunch include :Mr. and Mrs. John Head, Miss Maude and Charles Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Schaffenacker. Cookies, sandwiches and coffee will be served. F.MILY NIGHT POTLUCK SUPPER FEB. 25 A Family Night potluck supper will be given in the Christian zImrch at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, for all members and families. Everyone is to bring own table service. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Arthur C. Shilling, chairman, Mesdames Wilford Lo- gan, T. A. Scroggin, Russell Buck- les, Glenn Oglesby, Hubert Zim- merli, Laurence Holmes, Delbert Bobell, Herman Wood, and Ethel Haynes and Mrs. William WHiam Knauer, VVallace. Edward and Mildred Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Carl )idaughter I-uella, son and Mrs. Gus Emery, daughters Viola. A great picture coming Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Feb. at the Mount Pulaski Theatre. ALBERT F. DILLSAVER CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHI? Will Appreciate Your Support ELECTION APRIL I, 1941 Yo,,'ll 1,0, , a,, / February 21 - 22 Ul GrapeNufs ... 2 23ci Bali-Bearlng SCISSORS that Stay Sharp oo,$1 VALU00 2Sc with DeLuxe Plums ... I WH00T Each Only Germ ... 12-ozs. 20c! 3 SUNBRITE 13c JERSEY i boxes Corn Flakes .... 9c  Cleanser i iiiii SWANS DOWN 19c Sure-Good Jelly Z ..,-,y...-.-;. I CAP WhTle It Lasts  it: Preserves, l-lb. jar 23c  I-lb. Glass 10c ta Cocail, fall can 10c Remember Carnation Milk Minute Tapioca Cubs, reg. size 13c PURE CANE 3-lb. can l-lb. can .  Su'gar ... '0 Ibs. 49c SIC 2OC l'J PUR A SNOW t Choice Beef Rst . . 20c FLOUR 0C Garden Seeds A Larqe Stock to Pick From ! Buy Early i ii iii i Merit Peas .... 3 25c Merit Corn ... Merit Tomatoes 3 25c1 t Merit Spinach.. 3 25c' SUNSHINE'S NEW HI-He CRACKER The Cracker Sensation of 1941 TRY IT l-lb. lgc Merit Gr. Beans 3 25c SUR-GOOD Spinach ...... 3 2Sc ii i1, e P,NO G NAPHTHA SOAP 8-250 Pmom Vero GRAPEFRUIT No. 2 cans 10c DROMEDARY GINGER BREAD MIX Georqe Washlnqton's Mother's Private Recipe 141/4 oz. pkg. 23c Absorene .... 3 25c Ammonia . . . qts. I Ic Spic & Span .... 23c LEAN Pork Roast (buffs) 20c i Lean Pork Chops 23c I-lb. LAYER Sliced Bacon 27 Wieners ........ 20c Longhorn Cheese 20c Fresh Oysters pt. 25c Fresh Fish Thurs. & Frl. iiiiiii i iii Fruits and Vegetables POTATOES .. pk. 25c i ii ii iiiii CAULIFLOWER 18c CELERY ......... 8c i ii LETTUCE ........ 7c CARROTS ...... 7c SWEET POTATOES bc RADISHES ....... 5c i iii i GRAPEFRUIT .. 7 25c CABBAGE 5c APPLES ......... 5c IDAHO POTATOES 10 Ibs. 27c Gold Label BAKING POWDER None Better 2-lb. can I Sc Z