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MARCH 29. 1951 THE MOUNT MTLLKI  - NEWS, MOUNT PU-SKI, ILLINOIS PAGE fflKVIKH L. HARPER RESIDENT, IN OKLAHOMA [ng to word received by relatives, Chester a native of this com- Wts taken suddenly ill in his home in Okla., on Saturday, passed away in the Saturday, Feb. 24, was born on a farm of Mount Pulaski, the day residents, John Rigdon Harper, Fol. marriage to Leona Mount Pulaski, they this locality, and in Oklahoma for a of time. His wife pre- trn in death several years survived by the follow- dren: Dean Harper of Kas; Virginia, of ; and Harold Harper. services were held in church in Black- burial was made on Y lot in the Newkirk trip Mr. Harper made Pulaski was in Sep- when he came here funeral of his sis- NEWS FROM MR. AND MRS. CHAUNCEY E. GLOSE A card received on Monday from Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose of this city who are spend- ing the winter months in Flori- da, states: "The following surprised Mrs. Glose with a potluck supper on the occasion of her birthday an- niversary: Mrs. Lulu May Clark, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hyden of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. William Mielke, of New Smyrna Beach (where the Glose's are staying); Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Bowers of Mount Pulaski vicinity. "The chicken and dumplings, and trimmings eaten, the rest of the time was enjoyed play- ing cards." HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Dave Vandeventer was admitted to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, Monday, as a medi- cal patient. ELECTION NOTICE FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION For Community ConsoUded School District No. 33 Notice is hereby gien that on Saturday the 14th day of April 1951, an election will be held at Mrs. Harry Buckles. Stratton visited in from Thursday to With her daughteL Mrs. Grey. . Pbinney, recuperat- sustained in a early in the winter, Springfield to make visit with her sister Hutchinson. She has With her daughter, Turner. Her daughter, visited there Sun- iMt. Pulaski Grade School in School District No. 33 County of Logan and State of Illinois, for the purpose of electing a Board of Education for said community consolidated school district to consist of ONE PRESIDENT FOB 1 YEAR cmd Two Members of the Board of Education: For the full Term of 3 yrs. The Polls will be opened at 12 o'clock noon, and close at 7 o'clock P. M., of the same day. By order of the Board of Edu- :cation of said Community Con- solidated District. THOS. A. GUPTON. Sr. (Veteran of World War I) DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support -- ELECTION, TUESDAY. APRIL 3, 1951 Hours--6 A.M. to 5 P.M. /00GRICULTURE . . . The farmer's responsibilty for providing he nation's food is now more important than ever. For the cash you need to nake this year's crop a record-breaker, Come and see us. Terms are easy and COnvenient. Check with us today! FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corrdon Dated this 29 day of March 1951 HARRY W. VAN HOOK, President. Attest: R. F. DHUS, Secretary. NOTICE OF ELECTION There will be an election for School Trustee for Mount Pulas- ki township, Logan County, Illi- nois, April 14, 1951. Voting plac- es will be at the City Clerk's office in Mount Pulaski and the School House in Lake Fork, Illi- nois. The term of Elmer Mier, ex- pires. T. E. DUFF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP QUALIFIED -- EXPERIENCED -- Your Support Will Be Appreciated -- Election, Tuesday, April 3, 1951 i WROI,46 WffH "TT CLRP! A O T$:LL HIb/I THE BEST .,J H PAUSTA FID " TOQET t FJXED 21 A NOH,NC'S THE MATTF. WtTH MY CAR-- IT'S ME, P No MATTEI WHAT MAKE 1 = CAR YOU HAvE-YCJR ..T SET FOR A PERFECT !1i1{ 405 iS AT BUCKLt S e #AY[g GAKAGE ! _ SPRING HOUSE- CLEANING7 When you reach the bathroom, close door and win- dows and then fill the I tub with very hot wa- ter. Steam loosens the dirt on walls, makes washing them much easier! (With an electric water heater you can have all th hot water you need /or housecleaning .../or just a lew cents a day/) WASH RAG RUGS in ",L ', your washing ma- chtnel Use rich suds; let machine run about ten minutes. Rinse and wring with loose wringe . . . or rinse on line with garden It hose. (Your electric washer costs so little to use . . . runs an hour and a hall /or a pennlfs worth ol electricity/) CLEAN LIGHTS are brighter lightsl So frequently dust your shades, reflectors and bulbs. Occasionally wipe bulbs (not hot ones!) with clean damp cloth. (So f,mrfve to give your home a cheery "Hght touch." Use a lO0-watt bulb/or 3% hours a:t a cost ol ust one pennyl) \\; t / / FOR A SWEET fresh refract, wash In- side with a lukewarm solution of bicarbonate of soda or borax. Wash met, al ice trays with hot water to which bicarbonate of soda has been added. (About 5c worth ol electricity  "re/rigeratd" your food/or a week-endt) TO REMOVE PAINT OR VARNISH from the window pane, wet it with hot vinegar and rub off with a penny. / /ii (The same penny pays for /our hours radio entertainment to keep you happy wh/l yo work/) USE YOUR VACUllld and Its attachment4 to make cleaning easier, safer and cleaner/(Aftersll, tD4 average home eollebe a quart of dust stud every single hI) (You can vacuum six Mrge rugs /or just o1 cent! That's a real housecleaning barges, isn't it?) WHEN CLEANING TILE or tile board, add a handful of starch to water. It gives a nice shine. When starch sticks to your iron, re- move it by spreading salt on a newspaper and rubbing the hot iron over it. (By the way, you can iron .for hours... ust a lew pennies cost/) DEFOR| STARTIN@ SPRING SIWIHI}. clean your electric sew- ing machine and 1 it, according to instruc- tions. Check the cord and plug. 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