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CLUB NOT L DwYw Club will meet Mrs. Kermit VoUe, Tues- ,May llth at 2 p.m. The0tor Graham Unit of will meet at the t Mrs. Norman Schald Uetday, May I 1 at 2 p.m. lheir,LLi'as Club will hold .I" he Sale at Susan Collier 1" Studios on Saturday, May at I0 a.m. t Ord of Easte M,,.-J- m Star will th,zuuaY, May 10 at 8 p.m. 'aaie Hall. Elephant sale is in members at the 2enter on 11 th. Weigh in p.m. Proceeds will a storage case for Plan to attend and can't be there, send elephant with anoth- penalty: Write a on your favorite low Bring to next or pay a f'me. winners for the were given their artificial flower was awarded to the lost the most the five March and see what's You the remaining the month of 1)o it today. insurance is an im- investment. But an easy one to put laps because it's dt to figure how YOur family s, and wha t type of should have." earl make that job the help of Life's top in- ce Specialists and Uterized equip- tell me about and we'll uP With a program y's needs wait until to- Do it today. FARMERS BANK SPONSORS PAINTING (Continued from page 1) zens; I presume you all Inow who I am. I am humble Abra- ham Lincoln. I have been solicit- ed by my friends to be a candi- date for the Legislature. My politics are short and sweet, like an old woman's dance. I am in favor of the internal improve- ment system and a high protec- tive tariff. If elected, I will be thankful; if not, it will be all the same." Mr. Lincoln was defeated in his first attempt, but in 1834 he was elected and in 1839, he helped to establish Logan Coun- ty and name it for John A. Logan, who had helped him move the state capital from Van- dalia to Springfield in 1837. Mr. Lloyd Ostendorf is the creator of this historic picture. He is an internationally famous Abraham Lincoln artist. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their words of sympathy, floral offer- ings and all other acts of kind- ness extended to us at the time of the death of our loved one, Emil Kiliman. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. The Family C'LASS OF 1956 TO IOLD REUNION The Mt. Pulaski Township High School Class of 1956 is planning a reunion to be held July 3 and 4. A smorgasboard and dance will be held on July 3rd at 7 p.m. at the VFW Hall in Lincoln. On Sunday, July 4, a picnic will be held at Pavilion 2 at the Tomlinson Recreation Center in Mt. Pulaski starting at 12 noon. The drinks will be furnished. All class members are invited to attend. For reservations, call or write Paul Voile or Janet White at your earliest convenience. GRADE SCHOOL MENUS May 10- 14 MONDAY: Pronto pups, mixed vegetables, slice peaches, cookie, milk TUESDAY: Sloppy ices, buttered corn, apple crisp, carrot sticks, mi/k WEDNESDAY: Pizza. green beans, potato sticks, fruit, milk THURSDAY: Ham and beans. lettuce salad, apricots, cornbread and butter, milk FRIDAY: Chicken salad sand- with, buttered carrots, choc. cake, celery sticks, milk. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski. I11.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971-3 I III II Saving money regularly is.like finding money when you need it/ ank of hestnul l?tettutt, Ill|nots ENLOE SAV-MOR GIANT STOREWIDE PRE INVENTORY SALE $1.09 CREST TOOTH PASTE REGULAR $3.79 POLY VISOL CHEWABLE VITAMINS I00 'REGULAR $1.98 SHELL PEST - STRIP 2.27 o,, 1.37 REGULAR $1.29 SAL HEPATICA REGULMI $3.98 COIIIClDEN TABLETS ALL GREETING CARDS PICK FROM OUR LARGE SLECTION 50 % off REGULAR $1.49 MR. BUBBLE BUBBLE BATH FOR KIDS MEDICATED POWDER MILK OF MAGNESIA ,,oz 77 83 BOOK MATCHES ,Fu',/' NOW' 5o.% 11 BIC PENS RIX]ULAR 39C STORE llOIIR.. 9:00-A.M. to 5:30 P.M. DALLY 10