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]PAGE sI1r THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MARCH 22, Homemakers' School--[MRS. GEO. W'OLCOTT (Continued from page 1) I ATTENDS PLANNING trick that few home makers I know about is the one about J frosting cakes. Put the cake on a [ cakestand or plate to frost it, ] and what happens? The frosting', drips all over the edge of the[ : plate and you have to call Jun-[ lot in to lick it off before you can I take the plate to the table. But at the cooking school they have a better way. Narrow strips of waxed paper are laid under the edge of the cake to be frosted. The frosting drips On the waxed paper. You finish the job, carefully pull out :each Strip of paper and give them to Junior to lick, instead of the plate. Much mere effici- ent. TO BE MARRIED IN CITY EASTER MORNING Mrs. Carrie Baker, of South Spring street, Mount Pulaski, an- nounces the approaching mar- HaRe of her daughter, Inez, to A. Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Carlson of The ceremony will be held at : 8:30 a.m. Easter Sunday in the Pulaski Zion Lutheran church. BAND BOOSTERS TO MEET The regular meeting of the Band Boosters Club will be held March 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- ter. Refreshments will be served by the committee. Please plan to attend this meeting. WORDS OF THANKS We want to express our sincere the Mount Pulaski fire- men, telephone operators, and and neighbors, who came to our assistance on March 7th, at the time our barn was des- by fire. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Mitchell, and Family. mSCELLANEOUS SROWER I anrEN XN LaM [ A miscellaneous shower was in Latham Friday night, t 16 at the home of Mrs. j $. Wachter, in honor of[ Delbert Heiserman, of De- the former Frances Wil-! of Latham. 3' I The hostesses were Mrs. Tom I real and Mrs. Otha Burns. I The bride received many beau- J gifts. Miss Williams and I Heiserman were married in] March 3, and are living J in that city. IN MEMORIAM our dear mother, Mrs. Win. Sallee, who passed to a higher of life March 24, 1945. This date recalls sad memories of the day God called you away But I love you just as dearly as I did on that far off day Not always shall we be apart For tho I travel slow Some day I'll reach that sum- land And find the way you go. You and my dear dad. Daisy. Mae - Fred. WORDS OF APPRECIATION is with sincerest appreci- that I want to thank my good friends and relatives the many cards, letters, etc., received from them while a patient for one month in $ohn's hospital, Springfield, since returning to my home of Mount PulaskL Auer. MEET OF CULLIGAN'S Mrs. George F. Wolcott, of the Culligan Soft Water Service, Mt. Pulaski, Ill., has just returned from Chicago where she attended a two-day planning meet with other Culligan dealers from this area. Mrs. Wolcott says that infor- mation released during the meet points up the importance of soft water in a preparedness economy. Use of softened water in the home saves the average family up to $100.00 each year. "In our preparedness economy these $100 savings may not be as important as the conserva. tion of critical material." Mrs. Wolcott says soap consumption can be cut as much as 70%. "Washable fabrics will last up to one-third longer, and deterior- ation of water heaters and pipes can be cut 25%," she explains. In the last few years the Culli- gan Soft Water Service has grown to National scale. More than 5,000 employees operate 1,100 plants to provide completely soft water for two and one-half mil. lion people. It takes 3,500 trucks to serve 3,000 communities with zeolite.softened water. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds m . SATURDAY 46-oz. can 27c 1 l.oz. pkg. Faster Eggs .......... 29c Oak Grove ...................... 27c Meal, 5-1bs 43c WE WISH EVERYONE A HAPPY EASTER ULMER'S MARKET Mount Pulaski | BURNS ON ROUTE 36 AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES MID-TOWN IN Phone 167 West Edge ILLIOPOLIS. 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