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RE& KFAST-. i i leo - d from Page 1 I Eye, and coffee. Tlbe Business Meeting nual business meeting ; then held resided over b , P Y eting president Mrs. Wil- Stoll, assisted' by the old and chairmen In well eho- leorcla Mrs. Stell thanked the embers for their i%earty eo- I n during the year, and, - an appropriate poem that i erned to fit into the oeea- l Rhe then handed over the to the incoming president, llarie Van Hook, who re- 'aed in a plea.sing and graei- tltane r Simrt and interesting talk iade by Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp, era'" t of the Logan County tlon of Women's Clubs. Was followed by reports, I jnetty Brooker speaking for il nior 'Woman's .Club, Mrs G. ConnoIley for the Art nd Mrs. Oswald Brooker garden Unit. Mrs. Lipp ,nttld of the annual spring hoe of the 17tN district tion of A*omen's Clubs Fairbury Thursday. Officers, Directors, Etc. fOllowing new officers and ra Were elected and depart hairnen named: eaitMrs. Marie Van Hook. identMrs Paul A. Grub- tetarYMrs. Henry Christen- Robert Rothweil. )rMrs. Harry Downing, lis C. Downing, Mrs. George chairmen-- George S. Connelly. Paul E. Beidler. Edward O. May- . Royal Carter. Home--Mrs, John T. Citizenship---Mrs. Flor- and Legislation-- '-. I-I. Shimer, Latham. and Child Welfare-- "I. Cox. Miss Katie Vole. 're--Mrs. Charles E. Harry Lucas. The Program Numbers The program was in charge of Miss Katie Volle, chairman of the i Department of Fxtucation. The Mount Pulaski Woman's Club chorus, under direction of Mrs. George S. Connelly, wih Mrs. Frank Turley as piano ac- companist, sang two beautiful numbers, "Salutation" and "The %Valtz of the Flowers," greatly pleasing their audience. Miss Mabel Clare Allen of Nor- ms1 University, reviewed the book, "The Corn Is Green," by Emlyn VVilliams, in a most interesting manner. TWO MOUNT PULtSKI.NS i ,VILL GO TO STATE FINAI Two Mount Pulaski grade school pupils, Lois Ross, daughter oT Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ross, an, Don Sisk, son of Harry Sisk, will compete in landscape drawing and cartoon dra4*ng, respective- ly, in the 8th annual l]linois Ele- mentary School Association finals to be held Saturday in Chenoa. Tl%ey qualified in the recent dist- rict contests. GYM GIRLS' FOOD SALE SATURDAY The Gym irls of the Mount Pulaski township high school 11 hold a benefit Food Sale in the Community Garage on Satur- day, April 26th beginning at 10:30 a.m. The proceeds will be used for costumes to be worn at Open House during the prmg school festivitie& The girls will greatly appreciate your patron- age. i STYLE SHOW TO BE HELD FRIDAY APrERNOON MAY 2 Your attention is again called to the fact that the A. V. Class of the Methodist hurch will sponsor Style Show of knitted suits and dresses in th basement of the church at 2:30 p. m. Friday, May 2. There will also be a display of other articles made from yarns and threads. Tea will be nerved- An admission of 15 cents will be charged. The public is cordially invited. Cha. Club Member- rbert Stivers. ip--Mrs. Robert Pictures--Mrs. Or-ille E. Adviser--Mrs. Wilbur E. of Junior Woman's ' Paul A. Gruber, lrank Talmage, Mrs. William Ridgeway, Jr., has gone to Decatur to work as a filling station attendant. ARE YOU "CHIC" FOR EASTER2 We want to say that we have been preparing for the Easter Parade. We know the fashion trend in new coiffures. First, have your new perma- nent, then your new hairstyle, and you will be ready for an Easter Hat. PHONE 871 Lincoln's Leading Hair Styli9 Bobble Beauty Shop OVER KEESGE'S 00.SHE00S FUNERAL HOME AHENS MARVIN HlrrcH Pnone 263 'MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE ill WARD ROSE 2 I III Jelly 1-1b glass I WE KNOW THERE IS MAY The Soap of Beautiful Wo 5c i i i I avalcade Peaches ....... 16c Spiced GralSes I Sc Ubby Ripe Olives t-oz. 25c Gold Label Bak. Powder, 2 Ibs. 23c Pie Chemes I gal. 63c Pie Peaches I gal. 58c Minute Tapioca 2 25c Sal. Dressing IS-2S-39c Absorene ..... 3 25c Sealex .tissue 6 2Sc A-I Soap 8 bars 2Sc I CHOICE BEEF ROAST ..... 20c LEAN PORK ROAST ..... 22c LEAN PORK CHOPS ...... 24,: PICNIC HAMS (shankless) 21c S|ced BACON IArmour's) 28c CHEESE (2-lb. box) .......... 49c BACON SQUARES ....... I Sc FRESH FISH THURSDAY AND FRIDAY II A FELL LIllE OF OF NO SUBSTITUTE FRESH FRUITS FOR QUALITY DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR VALUE WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MORE AND VEGETABLES ALSO STRAWBERRIES FARMERS SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY BROWN'S SERVICE CO. ,i J, H I WEEK OF April 25-26 :SUNSHINE KRISPY , Crackers lb. 1 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 24-1bs POST BRAN FLAKES ..... Economy size 13c H i lira, POST BRAN FLAKES ....... Regular size 9C i ii IIII GRAPE NUTS FLAKES .... Economy size 13c i GRAPE NUTS FLAKES ...... Regular size 9c POST TOASTIES ........... 2 packages 17c KELLOGG ALL-BRAN ..... Regular pkg. 13c KELLOGG CORN FLAKES Reg. pkg. 3 17c QUAKER 'OATS large 19c: Small 9C PILLSBURY PANCAKE FLOUR ,. 2 20-oz. 17c GLENCO CRACKERS .' ..... 2-lb. pkg. 15C I II I III I 3- 25c ,i I II i i Be:' PREPARED The Berry Crop Is "BIG" Buy Your Canning Supplies Here! Cap FRUIT PECTIN ...... 10c i JEL-RITE ........... boffte 15c MASON GLASS TOPS .... 25c ' I WIDE MOUTH TOP ........ 40c MASON JARS . Pfs. - (s.- -qel$. SURE JEL" , 2 25c I boffle 25c CERTO  . i, - JAR RUBBERS ....... ,-, .... 5c JAR CAPS ..... doz. 25c I KERR CAPS ...... doz. 25c ii II I KERR LIDS 10c i Jill ii SEALING WAX ........ Sc , ,r H Ilgg /