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"4 N. A, Goldsmith, for the last President" three years po,pal and oo at Chestnut, has resigned to ac- cept a position as superintendent ,((tinued from page 1) at Stewardson. He will have the grade schools and the newly or- ganized community high school Book dded - fo 1 1 o wi n g twentv-seven under his super,lmon. His suc- - cessor at Chestnut has not yet acquired will be been named. His duties in the Saturday to patrons of new position begin July 1. Pulaski library: Leonard F. McCann, William and S .h a d o w s " Randolp and Orville Heft attend- "Platform Echos" (Ab-ed th Kentucky Derby, returning lea of Petroleum" home Monday. James Harding returned home "Under the Southern Monday from St. Clara's hopitM, ',Due North." "Due East" Lincoln, where .he has been for South" (Ballou); several weeks. of My Life" (Beau- Mrs. Grace Baker and W. E. "Wonders of the Arctic Baker attended an area meeting (Sargeant), "A Misguided of the WPA gardening and school (Ross), "I%e Old Front lunch project. Everett Baker, who has been in (Masefield), "Endymion" the CCC camp at Joliet, 'as home "Perry Saints" (Ni- Sunday preparing to take over "Vindmills and Wooden position at Wilmington, (Jaekel), "Hunting the The graduation exercise of Sharks" (VChitaker, "Un- Chestnut high school will be held Medal of Honor" (Rod- May 23 in the gymnasium at tle high school. The gradtmtes are Waters" (Deeping), 'qvIr. Harriett Baker, teens Hamblen, (Flavin), "Fame is the and Mary Leigh Blakeman. The (Spring), "And Tell of speaker of the evening is Dr. ,r. Krey), "Night in Bombay" D. Copeland of Lincoln college. Mr. and Mrs. Burdell Myrick "Dr. Bradley Remem- and family, of Morris, were guests (Young), "Ciad Hanna" Thursday and Friday of nis par- LOncls), "I Wanted to be an ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra C. My- (Cornetl), "Country rick. in the White House" 1), "Mrs. Tim of the RagS- (Stevenson). "Ix)st Lagoon" FREAK STORM HIT CHESTNUT TUESDAY - FRIDAY and SATURDAY, KAFFEE HAG l-lb. can 33c SANKA COFFEE 1-15. can 33c Sno-Sheen 21c Mummy... guess what I got you! YOUR mother wilt probably never quasi hat you qot her if you tell it's from the O. & L There are so many qlf; on disrJa,/, how would she ever now? But fh;s aL, es if easy for you to choose ---. lust come in and walk around. You're sure to find somer tr/q to rnae her happy. MAY 9 - 10 C MILKARNATIOIq 3 - 25c PILLSBOBY'S BEST Flour I i ul,, SALAD Dressing 15c-25c-39c SANDWICH I1_. Chestnut, Ill.--A freak tornado '11 dipped don in Chestnut about I CHESTNUT 4:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Merritt __ ......... M. Williams place, blowing down a telephone pole, tree, fence and Powdered Sugar, 2 17c Cerfo ........ 25c L-'hestnut grade school cele- an electric light wire. The wire ..... last day of school Fri- fell on an outbuilding across the a dinner at noon street at Valli Kuntzi's place, Golden C Sugar, 2 i So Sure Jell ....... 2 25c in the afternoon, setting fire to the building, but Program included a xylo- fire was 'put out wit only small 10c Pen Jell ........ 2 25c )1o by Norms Kathry'n ,, accompanied by Mrs. damage done. The Mount Pulaski Vanilla, pure .... vIyrick; two songs by the township high school bus was just room, a tap dance by leaving town at the time, and the . . ...... ,e Rhinehardt; reading by driver, Harold I_ Hargrave, said Fruit Coloring 10c Cap Pectin 10c Kizer, a play and skit i that he noticed the strange funnel- high school play. haped cloud when the bus began Chocolate Chips 2 25c Jar Rings ......... 5c services in the to rock. Five students were in Lutheran church will the bus with him. MAXWELL HOUSE KARO Dark at 10 a. m. Sunday, May 11 pastor, Rev. F. W. Hein. Do you know tlt one out of Iblembers tobe con- Coffee 1 lb. 27c Syrup 5,,, area. Marvin Winters, EtA- every 24 Rollins Hosiery Ctom- LB. Kenneth Lakin and ers at Cleat's reeeh'es one pslr Rosemary Von Behren. free? .-M_ake yOUr next pair of I i Spread . . 15c-25c-37 FRENCH Dressing I0c-15c-25c Mustard ........ I Sc With Paddle BEEF STEAK Sauce ..... 8 oz. 23c rues the Navy' wifh ,oo ,u, /CHAHL ;un. Doors Open 6:30 Starts at 7:00 Funera! Home Wed., Thurs. and Fr;. Open at 7:00 Starts at 7:30 Phone 235 Mount Pulaski Jacob Stoll entertained the hose Rollin , ,,,,, Friday afternoon. and Mrs. Artlur H. Eber- There is yarn left to knit sveat- son Wallace, in corn- era for the Red Cross, and anyone the former's sister and interested in this good work can Sensational Ammonia qt. 13c Posts Bran Rakes 13 and Mrs. Carl Peyer contact Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. left Sunday for Those handing in completed Clorox ...... qt. 17c Grape Nuts Flakes 13c to visit the litter's sweaters this week were Mrs. Saving CraxIt .... large 21c Grape Nuts 2 25c lark Norris and family. tour California and re- Stoll, l's. Herman Hahn, and way of Albuquerque, N. :Mrs. Arthur C. shilling, with :Mrs. they Kill visit Mr. Eb- G. F. %Vait doing the blocking. 10C Sunshine Clothes Pins, cello. 9c Post Yoasties 2 17c Alfred. J. C. swinney, well known POTATO 20c CHIPS" Clothes Line, Roll., 20(: KELLOGG'S Mount Pulaski m. erchnt-Wnetd IOc Edqemont VALUE , Corn Flakes 2 18c ken last Friday to t zV.or m(iical CHEES-IT T,. Mount Pulaski hospital in Springfiela I C 'O with ,,$h .TTHEATRE care. ,, Mrs. J. W. Good of Both for 15c Ouaker Oats ?-,9c is a guest this wee of her ter, ms. C. M. Merriman, and Shred. Wheat, 2 2Sc FRI. AND SAT. family. ay 9 . ,0 ' Fresh Fruit 3-b. can l-lb. can AND 47c 2Oc Minute Tapioca, 2 25c PAUL MUNI in RED CROSS "HUDSON'S BAY Vegetables - Spag. or Mac... MA BROWN Q'ene Tierney wth = -- John Sutton Strawberries Pickles ,.. 24-oz. 20c LIBBY'S SWEET Also Ones in "White Eaqle" Pickles full qt. 35c SUN. AND MON. XIHIPS CHOICE BEEF ROAST ...... 20c LIBBY'S May II and 12 LEAN PORK ROAST (BuSh) 22c Diced Beefs .... 9c 'Y0g'RE THE 0NE' Home sooo s.d, .- v. Protects Clothes LEAN PORK CHOPS ...... 23c Libby's Kraut .. 9c nnie Baker with -- Orrin Tucker 19c PICNIC HAMS (Shankles,}. 20c Sealex Tissue . 6 2Sc and his orchestra The use of our Funeral Home BIG BOLOGNA '" 17c L;llin Jerry Colonna lffS Catsup ,4-oz. 9C Cornell adds no extra cost o our rea- . . CHEESE (2-lb. bo) ........... 49c GLENCO ,,,,ward Everett Horton sonable prices. , GOOD LUCK OLEO ..... 17c Crackers 15c WED. AND THURS. -- ' ...... May 14 and IS MEDIUM Parkay OLEO (Kraft's} 3 Ibs. 41c SEARCHLIGHT defies Caqney -- Pat O'Brien SEDAN AMBULANCE in SERVICE 5 bars 25c FRESH FISH THURS. AND FRI. Matches .... box 4