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y Club her Saturday Mount Pulaski Library Club its annual benefit Dinner Sale in the library rooms rday, March 15, as the most means of raising funds to uc-t "the library during the , and many people are waiting 9or the event with good appetites 1 that they can assist in tls wor- +hy work of providing new and books. The dinner, to be cafeteria style, will con:- mence at 11 a m., but the food ;e will be conducted throughout e day. The solicitors, making a house ]muse canvass of t,he city, for nattons of food stuffs have met th much success. i Chairmen for the several com- ttees are as follows: Mrs. George . Smith food sale; Mrs. Frank sandwiches; Mrs. Elizabeth iYolle, serving tables; Mrs. Pear] Waddell, waitresses. A tea towel shower for the li- brary kitchen will also be in order, and any donations will be greatly :&amp;ppreciated. I LATHAM See Local Men Ride These Criffers Tuesday 'rHuIDAY, MAEC 18, tion of their 28th wedding anni-Ireau Fedeation alpear to be versary, which occurred Monday, !odds. The Far Bureau would March 10. The guests were Mr. iturn many functions of the and Mrs. Orville Cutight and four !partment of Agriculture in children, Lois ,ae, Mary Lou, !ington to the Stae operated Barbara Joyce and Charles, :Mx. I cultural extension services. and Mrs. Wilhelm Richner and son ! cipal agencies to be affected Robert, James and Harold Cent-I be Agricultural Adjustment ers, of Latham and vicinity; Miss lministration, Farm Verna Centers and Mrs. Josephine i ninistration, S o i 1 23eidler, of Mount Pulaski. i Service, and Surplus !Division. In all, some 34,500 SLIGHT M]ST.S !would be affected, so regardlet The housing of newly-createdl what merit the plan might defense organizations is costing it is due to meet formidable much more than expected. A few sitin- examples are: Camp Blanding in i Florida was supposed to cost $13,- i Miss Elaine Brannan, 000,000, but instead will cost $23,- : in the Lyons store the past '+ 000,000. Fort Devens in :Massachu- gave up her position setts was to cost $12,000,000" and lreturned to her home in it is going to cost $25,000,000. i where she is again clerking in Fort Dix in New Jersey was to Penney store. icost $13,000,000, but will cost ! DON'T BE BOSSI00 $18,000,000. Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania was to cost $7,000,- 000, but will cost $15,000,000. The ,. ,,, ^, a La.TiVE REU ! camp at Fort Mead, Mar and, t --# i was to cost $9,000,000, and it win  C0NSTIPAllON Tills MODN - ;cost $18,000,000. Cap+ Edwards, eWhen you feel gassy, beadachy,  Farmers to play bUS;hess men in donkey basketball game of high Massachusetts was to cost 10- due to clogged-up bowehl, do as mh_, ' .  ' do--take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime.  SChOOJ next Tuesday niqhf. 000,000, but m costing $29,000,000. mcaing--thorough, mfblo z_ Apparently the same chaps who helping you start the day full of  family spent Sunday with Harry Haferkamp of Hartsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Beck and two children of Edwardsville spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Lay Games and family. and Mrs Yank Wachter The Christian Society of the ,u; er ucille spent Sun Methodist church met Thursday visiting with relatives in pat the home of Mrs. Jesse Kiick. New runners are bemg put a; Their other daughter, Irene, | Wh6 has +been visiting in Peoria, down in the Methodist church and eturned hoe with them lit is also getting a thorough . cleaning at the present time Kitty Lou LeMar wslted Man-1 - + T^ .......... I The Past Chief Club was held i Harriet Ina Pope fat the Colvin school Tuesday hire. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Larey and] Mrs" Hattie Reiterman and Mrs. ; , V,th  thn } Virgie Bisho were hostesses. Mrs. : Sund--a';-"fte-rnoon"vil' Lee Dunn won the game prize Allin. , Invitations are out to about them and Decatur, moved to their new home seven and one-half miles southeast of Latham on March i. 3EDDING ANNI3ERSARY DINNER LN LTHAM Mr. and Mrs. James T. Centers, formerly of Mount Pulaski vicin- ity, but now residents of Lathar, gave a dinner Sunday in celebra- 50 guests to a dinner being given at the Methodist church, Wednes- day, March 19, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Kiick, who are celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Dr. A. F. WilIiams returned The Junior Guild met Thursday at the home of Lucele and [ren Wachter. The Christian Missionary Soci- held a pot luck dinner at the of Mrs. Oscar Beavers Wed- have been making the estimates on government revenues and ex- penditures for the past few years, are now engaged in figuring con- struction costs. AII of which con-   Y'u tributes to ti Undeniable fact of . , :_.2:30 l: a $15,000 a minute deficit on the 10 I:::;$1e,-L,,-LPud]7 part of the federal government. -- meyer AGRICULTLRE "% the , Secretary of Agriculture Wick-FEEN A Mi"0000NJ00 lard and the American Farm Bu-I m m OOre .... nent TOWN AND COUNTRY FOLKS and c ".vh miles One and a tine normal eergy and pep, feeling li mg l! million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't d yurniht'restrinterferewlth rida,thY next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the ch. gum laxative, Fourl It tastes g oOa,j handy and economical.., a family,.-,, the r costs only The Silver Circle Of the Chris- hanna Sunday from Arkansas af- ter being called there due to the i Whether you live in town or in the country . . . here's a combination offer to p church met Thursday after- with Mrs Mabel Howe death of his father. 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