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APRIL 3, 1941 Prelim00 Monday he annual speech contest pre- of the Mount Pulaski high school were held in gYanasium at 7:30 p.m. Men- 'larch 31, and the progTam greatly enjoyed by a good aUdience. Several musical added much to the pro- The contest winners were as Iatic reading--Mary Alice first; Esther Purger, sec- Wanda Schroth, third. reading -- Beverly first. speaking--Patriots B- , first. -- Robert Christensen. John Bowers, second; Betty third. 0he-act play, "Bread," by Fred was presented by a cast of Iuise Baker, John Patricia Bishop, Betty Richard Haffield, Jufie T ;; o [c?'$: V'/; "' t/e "r''; Jsre P-.se VY:Ii;s Holmes Ruth Characters in fh;s scene are,  , Hnp, ena Betty Brooker. presented by Junior Brady, Donald Mears, and Vernon Clark, who are members of this year's voca- tional ag-reultural class. Specal znusical numbers were furnished by the Kenney high school band. ing support, even though such a program might be to the advant- age of GermanyJ The ration card system as de- ve.oped by the Germans is as pow- erful a weapon for their use in conquered counU'ies as is any rea- l chine of war yet developed. Holland, Belgimn, Denmark and Norway (who would rath- er eat than starve to death), and has them employed in her  factories. Meanwhile, she h stripped the conquered coun- tries of food stuffs and raw t'AGI mrrlm tarvlng in these conqoered eountries, they wtll turn pro- Nazi, and that if we feed them their re|tance will be streng- thened and the dictators can be .more speedily overthrown. A workable solution to thiJ most important problem is yet to be advanced, WILL MEND HIS WAYS Charged with disregarding a traffic signal, an 81-year-old m in Milwaukee said he  been driving since automobiles were in- vented, adding, "and this is my first offense." The judge suspend- ed sentence. OLDEST M[INF_ The lapis lazuli mines in A:fgh itan, wFAoh have been worke. for 6,000 years, are probably the oldeSt in the worl& PAUL II. MOORE Insurance "For Every Need" t VISITORSi00oo0 Either you play ball the visiting and registering EUROPE FAVORED ' Gernmn way or you don't eat. Abraham Lincoln Memorial The proposal that the United ! Consequently, Germany has m the public square since States send food to the Nazi-con- recruited vast nmbers of March 26, were a tel- quered nations of Europe is gain-  . skilled mechanics in France, Indiana -- Doris From Illinois and :Mrs. C. M. :Mary F. and Douglas . Mary Montgom- and Wilbur Vaughan, Eu- Waclter. Pulaski---Claude W. Upp, and Katherine Stockton, Purget, Hilma Wilham, Beggs, Hoza Burks. MYERS BROS. materials. There is a more or less Eutopian thought gain- q O{4;ce moved to Stall Radio and Auto Supply Store ing some momentum, that un- less the great agricultural PHONE 215 surplusses of the Democr (ies are used to feed the Farmers Kenney annual banquet of the Fu- Farmers of Kenney was held night at 6:30 in the Ken- church. White Eagle (Larry Le- a full-blooded Blackfoot was present and entertain- With his interesting revela- on the customs and legends American Indian. He ap- in his native costume. was also a short play, Wanted in Squmshville," H. F. TALMAGE BE A HANDSOMER YOU IN A SUIT OR TOPCOAT FROM OUR STORE CLOTHCRAFT SUITS .... that be!onq ;n the ward robe of ever,/ man who puts a hiqh value on hh appeararme .... wei desiqned .... well tat!areal .... priced n the popu- Lar qroove .... popuJar styles and ma- feriah. - $2450 Sedan Ambulance Service Any Hour Of The Day or Night. OUR PRICES ARE ._ERY REASONABLE 5CHAHL Funeral Home $19so WE CARRY A COMPLETE ASSORT- MENT OF ALL MEN'S ACCESSORIES, HATS Many and varied are the new siy!es for Sprinq .. Jiqhfer and moe modern . . . rich colors .... finest quat- Ii .... reasonably priced. Poriis Hats ....... $3.95 Lynwood Hats $2.95 WILSON BROS. -- SHAPELY SHIRTS... TOPCOATS The smartest, qayesf coats in fine quality many seasons fabrics .... "taiiored to keep their shape and qood Iooks.ev" en with hard wear, at, prices thai ar within the reach ot a.. $004.s0 $19.50 .., Many colors and patterns io choose from .... the finest tailoring in every clefall .... choose several noW for the Spring 5esoq. TIES .. SHOE: rH tAlE.  MADE, $1 .iX) $1.95 You have many patterns to choose from 0 .... ,n new Spr THE FAMILY GIFT OF 79-$1 235 Mount Puladd