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: : ' ?,. ...... : , 15. 1951 " THE MOUNT PULASKI TIXES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE FIVE Junior WSCS of the Metho- will meet at 7:30 p.m. March 21, with Miss Assisting hostesses Clarence Cecil Buck- Mrs. Kenneth Renner. Legion Auxiliary a potluck birthday sup- Legion Home at 6 p.m. 16, to entertain of both the Legion and and their fami- are asked to bring own service. - Mount Pulaski Household club will meet Friday, 1.16 at 2 p.m., with Mrs. Assisting hostesses are Paul A. Gruber, Mrs and Mrs. B. Ling Workers class of church, met Tues- ning, March 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. northwest of the the regular business was held, games were and refreshments serv- 'next meeting will be held With Mr. and Mrs. Henry e Chestnut Home Bureau all guests, who prospective members, at Wednesday, Mar. P.m., in the home of Neuschafer, with Miss Yon Thun assistant hos- "Planning Emergency Will be the major lesson by the county ad- Albrecht. The minor '"Picture Framing," will n by Mrs. Edward Fetzer. recipes will be collected. regular meeting of community club will Birks school Friday Ig, March 16. A one-act Will be given as the of the evening. The girls will serve lunch, ey derived from this used for their sum- activities. Club met Monday nite Ray O. Zumstein. The Hand of God," was Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Daughters Society of church, will meet Give Your Walls that NEW 00SATIN LOOK" in the church basement Tuesday, March 20, at 2:30 p.m. Devotions will be in charge of Miss Sciota Horn. The committee for this meeting is made up of Mrs. Anna Ellis, Mrs. Arie Deibert, Mrs. Betty Atwood, Miss Grace Clif- ton, Mrs. Boyd Hahn, Mrs. Mil- lard Phillips and Mrs. Fred Grov- Members of the Royal Neigh- bors lodge will meet in the Odd Fellows Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- day, March 20. Members are urg- ed to be present. At the regular reting of the Odd Fellows lodge at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, there will be special degree work, and all members are urged to attend. ANNUAL TOWN MEETING AND ELECTION Notice Is Hereby Given To the legal voters, residents of the Town of Mount Pulaski, in the County of Logan and State of Illinois, that the Annual Town Meeting and Election of Officers of said Town will take place on Tuesday, April Third, A.D. 1951 being the first Tuesday of said month. The polls will open at 6 o'clock A. M., and will close at 5 o'clock P.M., on said day in the place or place's designated as follows: Precinct No. I--R. C. Romer's Hatchery: Precinct II--Dillsaver Building; Precinct No. 3---Dey's Building. Lake Fork; Precinct No. IV  Froehlich's Farm Sales. The officers to be elected are: ONE HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER The Town Meeting for the transaction of miscellaneous business of said Town will be  :held at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. on said day at Dillsaver's Bldg., nd a moderator having been elected, will proceed to hear and consider reports of officers, to appropriate money to defray the necessary expenses of the Town and decide on such meas- ures as may, in pursuance of law, come before the meeting; and es- pecially to consider and decide the following: Given under my hand at Mt. Pulaski this 12th day of March, A. D. 1951. M. T- DEIBERT, Town Clerk. w00ci300-o00 LINOOI.N ILLINOIS THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORP. FRESH AS A SUMMER BREEZE T. E. DUFF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP QUALIFIED -- EXPERIENCED -- Your Support Will Be AppreciaL -- Election, Tuesday, April 3, 1951 Schahl H0me For Funerals -- AMBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 235 - MOUNT PDZASKI With SPRED SATIN Satin is a new Glidden eady'Mixed wall paint that umhines lovely beautT with ,h.dt*binty. Resisu i m new plast because it's ._ .g. Ideal for most sur- -, including wallpaper. May ldwwa. ed repeatedly with soap ..lat. 12 gorgeous, smooth, ' Colors, and white. $5.19 We HVe The New Decor- Advertised This in Life Magazine. i DRESS UP FOR EASTER Come in and see what a nice array of merchandise we have for you to choose your Easter clothing from. Some Suggestions For You... SUITS DRESSES BLOUSES HATS COSTUME JEYVELRY PURSES LINGERIE ALSO  Easter Clothing for the "Small Fry" GRACE CURTIS For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski Adrtla41malt$ qg.Y Watch Out For The "Blind-Spots" Stopped by Squint Miller's farm the other day and aw a vinegar bottle in his kitchen with an over- sized cucumber inside it. The cu- cumber filled the whole bottle. "What's a cucumber doing in there?" I asked him. "That's my 'blind-spot' reminder," says Squint. "My grandmother kept one in her kitchen to remind her to take stock of herself now and then. "I slipped that bottle over the cucumber when it was just start- ing to grow on the vine," he went on. "And like certain viewpoints, not noticed, it just grew and grew --now it's there to stay." From where I sit, we could take a cue from Squint and watch for our own "blind-spots" and preju- dices before they grow too big to get rid of. We've got to respect our neighbor's right to his preferences ... preferences for a certain make of car, a favorite movie star, or s temperate glass of beer after work. We won't be tripped by any blind spots if we keep our eyes--and mindsopen! i Copyright, 1951, United States Brewers Foundatiott Anything safe in Water is Safe ' Lax Flakes i, Lux Your beauty hope ..... lge. box 31c Palmolive Soap reg. .So Sate for Your bar 9C Dreft hands ;Vaby's Soap';or;) " ........ |ge. box 3,,- off Soap Years -,. 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