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THE MOTtlWT' PULASKI T|MN-NEVf. Mc31NP PTLAKI. ILLINOIfa The posters are usually placed on bulletin boards in class rooms and teachers are sent lesson sheets to be used with them. The lesson sheets are designed for three age groups so that children of all grades can understand the safety rules to be learned. On the sheets are questions relating to the posters, problems dealing with similar situations and suggested supplementary work projects and reading. 'gIIURHDAy, MARCH 6, 1941 WHY a Library? It has been said that a good li- brary does this for a toxin: Completes its educational equip- ment. carrying on and giving per- manent value to the work of the schools. Gives children of all classes a chance to know and love the best in literature. Minimizes the sale and reading of vicious literature in the com- munity, thus promoting mental and moral health. m , i i UNDEIk ONE ROOF MARCH 7th and 8th i, Bali-Bear;n9 SCISSORS That Stay Sharp $1 value ONLY 25) wfh 3 BOXES Sunbrite Cleanser " 1.3e ,exican Fiesta iven at Christian Church While the weather on the late tfternoon of Thursday, Feb. 27. peared to be the start of a reg- tlar old-tLrne blizzard, everything ras warmth in the basement din- ng room of the Christian church, here the Silver Circle sponsored E' Mexican "Fiesta" greatly to the elight of a large group. From ntry blasts on the outside to a lorful scene of old Mexico within space of a few seconds was mak- a tour in record time. The hole scheme of decorations, etc., as Mexican, and carried out to a l qgme degree. The women waiting on :1ables as well as those taking part ;1in the program wore garvnents [presenting the country to the :uth of us. e P,ram oned with a PO- written by Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp  titled "Fiesta Day in Mexico," d read by M.iss Mary Alice Uckles. The poem follows: IWa f " Y rom Winter's icy blast I'o the land of flowers and sun ?night you can travel very fast o an evening of song and fun. Y Senoritas will beckon you, ieta:Tndnd :ot?heetSs:;aiYs blue, " E1 is gay down Mexico way. i }o join us now dth carfree mind, Por pleasure time is near, fll care Will vanish far behind, When "Fiesta" time is here. } Then followed an enjoyable pro- m of rnusic, as follows: 8ongs---Gir is' chorus.  VOCal solo guitar accompani- entPaul R. Moore. Accordion solo---Mrs. Dale Boyd ;)Cal solo---Mrs. Rolla Shively. Instrumental music--Mrs. Dale 0yd and Paul R, Moore, Vocal duet--Mrs, IL%'erett Beid- er and Mrs. Dale Boyck Instrumental music, chimes-- lids Alice Cook. VOCal solo---George Pinney. !' Quartet __ Mrs. Everett Beidler, g, - Dale Boyd, Paul R. Moore, f. orge Pinney. Now for the improcrptu talks ' -two "ambassadors of good . !r. II", Dr. C. M. Merriman and * ne C: Clear, who recently re-  _'ned from a sight-seeing tour ,. mwn in Mexico. Frank E. Turley, . p chief announcer, told of the . ]Weence of these gentlemen in the . dience, and explained that [Ount Pulaski had run out of "Fi- .a" ideas, and the two wJl- " own citizens had one on this " )ng journey to gather new ones. r. It. Clear said to Mr. Turley, "Do r. have to do this ?" The talks by r, th on their wonderful trip ved highly interesting and in- ctive and was an added fea- t,,an excellent program. "Fiesta" was unusually suc- ], and an event that will be I This one word set in white let- in a bright red space between 'o Parked cars points vividly to ae area always hazardous to ped- rtriar---the area 5etween two t cars. A warmg in lack [AgJEED CARS, tells a bo and dog not to attempt to cross e street at this point. L2"eh go advice is given gra- ally on the March safety pos- i now being distributed to 39,- lasrooms in Illinois and In- m by the Chicago Motor club ; 8, a E t Prtof its safety campaign : elementary schools mth tyro {t" A speeding car pictured in  red approaching the red dan- ,r ZOne t'--Lfi 'ta ,P es the aanger which lt  Persons on foot who com- "i the error of crossing streets Effects a saving in money to ev- ery reader in the community. Adds to the material value of property.' Reat estate agents in the suburbs of large cities never fail to advertise the presence of a library. Appealing to all classes, sects and degrees of intelligence, it is a strong unifying factor in the life of a town. I SUGAR"'00IOoA. -Ibs. 5io FOLGERS MOUNTAIN GROWN II I II IIIII II In fhe NEW WAXED WRAPPER 8 bars 25 FRESHER- SUDSIER .90c IT WITH FREE BEATER" BOWL APPLES / Jonathan Stayman WILL Fruits and PAY Vegetables YOU TO BUY CHESTNUT ClllCKS? ,i Grape Nuts PakageRegular 2-2 , LOG ,,. CABIN SYRUP ..... 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Sc I PURE IVORY SOAP FLAKES IVORYFMK00 Large Medium   9c I CHOICE BEEF ROAST . 20c LEAN PORK ROAST :0c !LEAN PORK CHOPS 23c iPicnlc HAM,S Ishankless} 19c iM;ller & Harf SI BACON 27c Star HAMS ! or whole 26 OYSTERS ..... pf. 2Sc i iiii FRESH FISH All During Lent ii i I i CHESTNUT HATCHERY Chestnut-Mr. Pulaski