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PAG] FOUR TmB MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWff, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MARC Woman's Club Annual Break]ast Plans for the Woman's Club an- nual Spring Breakfast, to be held Friday, April 18, were made Mon- day afternoon at a committee meeting in the home of Mrs. Marie Van Hook, chairman of the com- mittee on arrangements. Members of the committee have tickets for sale for tl breakfast, which will be served by the A. V. Class of the Meth.odist church. The reserva- .tion_s must be in by April 16. The women serving insist they cannot accommodate reservations at the last minute. So you are urged to make same on or before April 16. This will be the last meeting of the 1940-41 club season, and is under the Department of Educa- tion, with Miss Katie Volle as pro- gram chairman. Besides the break- fast and program, a business meet tug will be in order, the annual election of officers held, and de- partment chairmen named. ANNA G. EDWARDS DIED MONDAY Mrs. Anna Gertrude Edwards, 74, widow of John H. Edwards, and a resident of Buffalo for 25 years, died in the Springfield hoe- pital, Springfield, at 1:30 a.m. Monday, March 24, 1941, followin an extended illness. She was a medical patient in the hospRal only a few days. Anna Gertrude Matthews was born near Corn]and, a daughter of Gus and Lydia Copeland Mat- thews. Following her marriage to John H. Edwards, thley lived on a farm in Cornland Vicinity for a number of years, before locating in Buffalo. She was a member of the Buffalo Christian clmrch. Surviving are two sons, Ear,] Edwards of Pawnee, and Adrai Edwards Jot SprixtgTield; welve grandchildren and one great grand child. Many relatives live in Mount Pulasld and Vicinity. Funeral services were held in the Buffalo Christian church at 2 p.m. Wednesday, and burial was in Mechanicsburg cemetery. THE ANNUAL SOROOL ON APmL 12 The annual school elections will be held Saturday, April 12. In District No. 33, the Mount Pulaski grade School, three petitions for i i AUTO FINANCnG AUTO LOANS 20 MONTHS TO REPAY $100 Loan $ 6.72 onthly $150 Loan $10-08 Monthly $200 Loan $13.38 Monthly $250 Loan $16.64 Monthly $300 Loan $19.88 Monthly Payments Include Principal And Interest on Monthly Balance At 3% to $150, 2% to $300 REFINANCING Car Need Not Be Paid For. Extra Cash Advanced. Payments Reduced. Confidential. "Loans in Nearby Towns" PEOPLES FINANCE COMPANY 130 W. Main St Decatur, Ill. Pupils from Country Schools Affend Science Demonstration at High School The pupils of a number of the schools in the surroundinq terr;tory are tak;nq advantage o{ the ffer of the local high school faculty to witness a demonstration in science and i,aboratory experlmenfs )y Pro{. Lucas, science ins'rrucfor, af Mount Pulaski high. This is the second group o{ puo;!s that has '#ken advantage of the offer. Some {iffy were in the orouo o;ctured above, members of the tmard of educa- tion have been circulated, as fol- lows: Kelsey M. Anderson, presi- dent of the board; Dr. George S. Conzelly and Orville E. Martin memers of the board, who filed their petitions with the secretary, Dr. C. M. Merriman. Mr. Ander- son has been a board member for a number of years, Mr. Martin is the retiring president; and Dr. Connelly is a candidate for re- election. NEW SWITCHBOARD IS BEI IST "lne long contemplated improve- I merit in the office of the Mount Pulaski Telephone Co., is now about to be realized. The new switchboard Ires arrived and put in place, and the power mechan- ism is being made'rely for use. A visitor in the rooms of the office just now would become greatly confused. Tere is much work to do before the installation can be completed, and the patrons must have patience wit the operators during this mechanical ordeal. More information later. WEATHER CHILLY AS SPRING OPENS Altlug spring was officially ushered in last Friday, March 21, the weather since then has been rather chilly, and to some extent has held back work of the early gardeners. It has held the tree buds in check, and it may be the: best thing after all. The temperature each morning at 6 o'clock was as follows: Fri- day, 30 degrees above; Saturday, PAUL R. MOORE Insurance "For Every Need" Office moved to Sfoll Radio and Auto Supply Store PHONE 21S t VOTE FOR R. D. AITOHlSON CANDIDATE FOR Regional Meeting of Funeral The regional meeting of nois Funeral at the Leland Hotel in Tuesday, March 25, the four being in attendance gan county: Marvin and Edwin C. Goff, don Quira'm, Atlanla; and H. Schahl, Mount PulaskL The morning session 10 a.m. Dr. Robert P. gave a talk on Its Relationship to Following the luncheon at 12:30 p.m. talks were Prof. R. G. Reichle on ations and Tleir Attorney Albin V. "Laws Pertaining to rectors." The above three from - the Worsham Mortuary Science, Chicago. Eugene Foran of a discussion of bills the Illinois Legislature. A banquet was given JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Mount Pulaski Township ELECTION TUESDAY. APRIL I 26; Sunday, 27; Monday, 30; Tues- day, 25; Wednesday, 32. Tlre has been no moisture during this time only heavy frosts on some of the mornings. The sunshine each day was welcome, and only at times did the temperature show an up- ward trend of any marked degree. The wind was from the nortl Mon- day and the chilly condition was very noticeable. Among the real signs of spring is the return of many different kinds of birds, and an always welcome sight is the burning of thousands of piles of corn stalks in/each direCtion from tt hill, presenting a fascinating night scene. p. m. followed by a gram. The meeting was in Harry Kelley of Highland third vice-president of the tion. About seventy-five wefts ent. The national forest ares over last year is less than i JUST RECEIVED! BULK COME IN AND S  GARDEN BUY HERE -- BETTER SEEDS FOR LESS S MONEY DRIED PEACHES 2-1bs. 23c DRIED PRUNES 3040's 2-1bs- 23c ANY HOUR 4 No. 2 cans RED BEANS 25c FLEECY WHITE ...... 2 qts. 27c LARGE IVORY ..... 3 cakes 25c PALMOLIVE ....... 4 cakes 25c CHIPSO .......... lge. pkg. 19c IVORY FLAKES ........ lge. 21c SEED POTATOES EARLY OHIOS COBBLERS RED TRIUMPHS SWANSDOWN 19c GOOD OLEO lb. BISQUICK Lge. . . . . . ABSORENE Wall Paper Cleaner . . . 3 cans SPIC & SPAN ......... pkg. CLOTHES LINE ...... 50 ft. WAX-RITE ............ can ANY HOUR PEACHES, No. 21/2 cans .. 2 RED MILL PEARS, No. 21/2 can ...... 2 HAPPY HOUR Italian PRUNES, No. 21/2 can ANY HOUR R. A. CHERRIES .... 21/2 can HAPPY HOUR Country Gentleman CORN 2 JELb-O 3 pkgs. :It' ZIMMERMANN & HORN PHONE 100  WE