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THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE SEVEN Chamber of Commerce- (Continued from page I) here for severe1 weeks, but the Weather prevented their erec- tion. b..Th e members were informed 7 rresident Stoll of the board&apos;s endorsement of the Times-News Cakrn_g to be held March School rio,. n ci 28 and urged participa- - m it. A proposed tractor ,.'meo is in the making with Edd sitts, end.eavoring to work out ,e Plans and a date. n#L t;. Minker, who has charge _ me drive for the securing of ,. needed to complete the coamg program for the Dea- _ s hospital was present and gave - . ' - _ ,t very enlightening and rnprehensive story of the need Well as the urgency of the i rnpletion of this task which 'Qns so much to this area. next quarterly dinner meeting Will be held in June. 000.100CHURCHES-- Su -neff O. Zumstein. Pastor _ -uay School 9:30 A. M. heVje Worship 10:30 A. M. : , e Junior Choir will sing the $L'ns', by Faure for this Palm ,uay service. rVlces during Holy Week are " Oilows: ' 1Ursclay, March 22, Holy Com- et nion at 7:30 P.M. '  Friday services, March 23, 7: } p. M.  lUsic selections for this serv. Will be from Stainer's. "Cruci- Oil." e oU are welcome at all our S TODIST CH1TRCH v_ ."J cnool 9"30 A M .ors.hip service 10:35 a.m: ",us being Palm Sunday, there Will be special music by the l .tr, and a duet by Mr. and ,arry.j. Wible. The sermon i Th"e'vifleeping with the day. ttfa:' also be baptism of s,,  children and adults. Sev- _ Zlll be received into church 22, tl :30 p.m. Thursday, March lq;rewill be a Communion I = t'iease keep this in mind. ""',u .'i--harles Smith of Chestnut tailor" ve the Communion medi- Ci You" are cordially invited to e Services of our church It 're- T_ -  a.m. Sunday, March 18. at p. m. ueSday, March 21. Rlble'5 ' Wilkes, Minister i W- nool 9:30 a.m. WShip service 10:35 a.m. ' 6:30.. Christian,.,. Endeavor at vaelil. service 7.30 o'clock ih t gelistic m e e t i n g every t:a. xcept Saturday until le( r ?Uilday. The services are 'te t o held in the church base- Work  account of new painting Eve.  zne church auditorium. the Oae is invited to attend  nyder of Peorm v ' turd " , isit- t < b AI" .ay With his cousin, Mrs. ' ehison. 'o .. , Sunday md SAY Tastes "" HOSPIT/E NEWS John Yagow, South Garden St., came home Tuesday from Spring- field, where he had been a surgi- cal patient about four weeks in St. John's hospital. Mrs. Frank Seller was admitted to St. Clara's hospital last Thurs- day, as a medical patient. Mrs. Dale Fuhrer entered St. Clara's hospital last Saturday for surgery, and was dismissed on Sunday. Mrs. Emmitt Sbellhammer living northeast of the city, was removed to the Deaconess hos- pital, Lincoln, for medical care, on Tuesday morning, in the Schahl ambulance. WILL HOLD BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 17th Members of the Altar and Ros- ary Society of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church, will hold a Bake Sale, Saturday, Mar. 17th, St. Patrick's Day, at hte Norman Daniel Studio on the west side of the square. The sale starts at 10 a.m. 'MR AND MRS GEO J SMITH an churches co-operating CET'-EBRATE IN CCAGO Detailed information Will be l ! Mr. and Mrs. George J. Smith given next week. iv'ere in Chicago part of last  | i week celebrating their wedding l Betty Kay Hanahan of Bath, anniversary. While there they at. v!sted with her .aunt, Mrs. John ] tended the popular show, 'South Rmdle, and family, from Thurs- ! Pacific," currently playing at day to Sunoay. the Shubert Theater. They were also present at a broadcast of _WPRC 1:370 "Welcome Travelers,' at the Hotel Sherman, and on Thurs- I @ day visited the WLS broadcast. L|0L ing station and the Dinner Bell |LL|0|$ program, after which they were dinner guests of Art Page and Dr. John Holland of the WLS THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORP. staff. Dr. Holland and Mr. Smith were college mates at the Iowa Wesleyan university in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. $ EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The 1951 Easter Sunrise Service will be held in the Mount Pulaski Christian church at 6:30 o'clock Easter Sunday morning, with the Methodist and St. John's Luther- ARE YOU "CHIC" FOR EASTER ? We know the fashion trend in new coiffures and are ready to serve our patrons with the newest in permanents and they are priced from only $6.00 up. Phone 871 Now. 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FirePower gets more work from a gallon of gas than any engine you can drive .. on regular grade fuel.., runs almost completely carbon- free.., will require less attention and upkeep cost than any engine you have ever owned! But FirePower is only one of the "firsts" in these carl. Chrysler this year also presents two other great and basic engineering advances.,, exclusive new Oriflow shock absorber give every new Chrysler over twice the shock-absorbing pow of any other car . . . and, optional at extra cost, miraculotm new Hydraguide power steering now removes four-flftlm of the human effort from steering or parking your egl All this---plus gracious new beauty and 70 other new chang await you at your Chrysler dealer's now. Doesn't all this make Ium a man you want to call on ... very soonP EDGAR A. CAMPBELL