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School.. (Continued from Page I) applause, this being repeated time after time as the little tots made their S formation back and forth across the stage, the line getting longer and longer. The little hous- e, boats, street cars, etc., with their varied colored designs twin- kled out in the dark like a minia- ture city. The srange effect was that one could not see the move- ment of the children due to the spacing beween each child. The children were very closely su- pervised all along .their line oz march so that there was safety for all concerned. The next effective part of tle program wa the parade of lan- terns by pupils of the four upper grades, who designed them as an art project. No two lanterns were alike, and all were worked out ac- to the pupil's preference. The entire grade output was of a circus nature. They were headed by the lantern carried by Mary Holmes. After all the lanterns were assembled in a circle, tIgr- teen girls stepped out for a lan- tern drill, supervised by Miss Ruth Peterson. There were 82 lanterns in all. After the lanterns had disap- peared in hhe distance, the flood lights were turnea on for the pat- riotic dril| by pupils of the four upper grades. This feature began the entrance of Lyndal McCar- thy as Uncle Sam and Joan Rom- er as Liberty. Carrying flags they preceded the group and took their places on a patriotically draped throne. All the upper grades as- mmbled at the front, including Li- berty and Uncle Sam, and recited American Creed" and sang "God Save America." Stall should be compli- Cool & Comfortable MeOOL]LTIM'S CLINTONIA THEATRm -- CLINTON TIMES FRI., MAY 30th Continuous Shows HtII|A| SATURDAY. MAY 3 Ist With Smiley BurneHe SUN.-MON. JUNE I-2 aRabY NaPE UNA M|RKEL TUES.-WED. JUNE 3-4 JOB-DAYS Will Be $I,50 If Job Is Accepted May 28fh THURS:-FRI. JUNE 5-6 MOUN' e[JL.,l TNEWZS, MOUNT PULASKI[, ][LA,INOL" mented for the good lighting ef-t fects, which he hacl arranged so i that no glare would be in the eyesl m ]Ja | | I| A | L- of the audience, i The entire teaching staff work- ed hard to make this first night affair a success, and from the many compliments received their efforts were not in vain. 35 Graduates tConti, ued from Page 1 ) The senior program included the reading of the Class Prophecy by Ruth Hahn, the Class Will by Max Lindsay, and the Class History by Betty Breaker. Circle A of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Methodist church will met at 2:30 p. m. l'i- day, June 5, at the home of Mrs. Dr. C. E. Hildreth to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, where he un- derwent an operation. Mrs. W. Simpson of Peoria vis- ited here from Monday to Thurs- day with her cousin, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. BARBARA ARNEY, C)RNLA_ND, LIVED BUT ONE HOUR Louis Emery nine milest east of[ Barbara Arney was born in Mount Pulaski. Assisting hostess- Cornland at 8:30 a. m. Wednesday, es will be Mrs. W'alter Barrels and May 28, to LaVerne and Melba Mrs. John Allsopp. Lanterman Arney; first child. The Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder, of baby, weighing only two pounds at Pomona, California, who have been birth was immediately taken to St. visiting in Lincoln with his neph- , ews, Ted and James KcGrath, Johns b ospltal in Springfield to were in Mount Pulaski Wednesday I e placeo in an incubator, but died and called on relatives, Mr. and tat :;u a. m. Chautauqua Open on The 1941 season of ment at the Brainerd tauqua Grounds will open 8. This is a general picnic I to everyone. A. W. will direct the Logan Grade School Band in certs. The first will be in ditorium at 3 o'clock, ond on the hillside at 6:SO The nucleus of this band Grade School Band of players in the grade sch ool$i county have been asked tO ticipate in the reheaxsalS After this, Joseph Matthew,s, Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison, Willis president of the senior class, pre-tW. Snyder and Harry . Capps. sented the Totem pole to Lyle Fra- I Mr. Snyder years ago operated a zier, president of the junior class. I sawmill and lumber yard in this Waldo Bertoni, president of the I city, and left for the west coast 37 Student Council for past and cam- ! years ago. i mg year presided over the events during the evening. WALTHER LEAGUE ZONE RALLY HELD SUNDAY Several members of the Valther League of the Mount Pulaski Zion Lutheran church were in Decatur Sunday afternoon and attended the zone rally held at 2 o'clock in Fair- view park, in charge of the Trinity Lutheran church league. Approx- imately 175 young people were present from Pana, Mount Pulas- ki Lincoln Chestnut and Decatur. Those going from Mount Pulaski were Gertrude Wolf, Wan d a Schroth, Alice Yauch, Dorothy Wolf, Willard Remmert, Roy  Knecli Harold Braun, members; Alice Stockton, Harold Bertschi and Elwin Sisk, visitors. ' MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES FRIDAY Memorial Day Exercises will be held this Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock at the cemetery. The usu- al impressive ceremonies have been arranged for. i Mrs. David Cheek visited near Williamsville from Thursday to Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Hen- ry Likins. Frank and Cecil Buckles and Herman Hahn made an auto trip to Springfield Wednesday. A son was born Wednesday night at the Deaconess hospital in IAncoin to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes of this city. T. A. Scroggin was taken sud- denly ill Tuesday evening with an attack of appendicitis, and Wed- nesday afternoon was taken by Fred I. Edgeli AHorney-af-Law Sherman Building LINCOLN, ILL. CLASSIFIED SECTION If yoU have Anything to Sell, Trade, Want to By. Have Losg or Found--this section of the Times-News tll get v.m the aetio you want. Hundreds of others have found thls to be true---why not you T Besides her parents, she is sur- vived by the unusual number of eight grandparents, as follow: Mr. and Mrs. W'. R. Lanterman. Corn- land, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Arney, Buffalo, grandparents Mrs. Hul- da Lanterman, great-grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Luckharc. Cornland. great - grandparents; Mrs. Julia Phares, Cornland, great great-grandmother. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pu- laski, and later taken to the fam- ily residence in Cornland, where short funeral services were held at 4 p. m. Wednesday, conducted by Rev. I. H. Beckholt of Lincoln. Burial was in the Elkhart ceme- tery. the concerts. Many of the Chautaqua have made requests to for a week of entertain nef contract with Redpath for S of their head liners have signed. These dates are 16, 17, 18 and 20. We to have every cottage during these dates. Mr. and Mrs. the principal of the ship High School will re tl live for two xnontb Grounds. Mr. Hull will , coln Players in two plays ! the juveniles in the lip Time". On June 13, hiJ !burn Players will give "1" I my." DOES rIOT COOL. A ROOM/ f,4U 5T BE "13-its LEMOn- ADE I . ,i .f BERKSHIRES -- Booking orders for spring pigs of either se I have. a good propositin for you. Fall gilts for sale, good ones. Dr. Gee. S, Connelly. 4% FARM LOANS, any amount, quick service, liberal terms. Al- so a few good farms for sale, on easy terms. George KicR, Latham. FOR RENT--Partly modern house good location, one block from square; all newly decorated. Mrs. Lena Keck, Mount Pulaski, r. r. CASII PAID for dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, Phone 15. MODERN APARTMENT F O R RENT--4 roos and bath; built in kitchen cabinets; hot and cold water; large clothes closet. Times Apartment Hotel. FOR SA/.E- Baby bed; high chair; folding gate; all in good condition. Phone 291. FOR SALE -- Baby bed; baby bathlnette; good condition; also white enameled dining room suite consisting of table, four chairs and china closet. Inquire at Times-News, phone 144, FOR SALE -- 5-burner kerosene range, good condition, $6. Also! Meadows wood tub electric washing machine, $4. Frank Pettigrove, Latham, Illinois. , I FOR SI0 lbs. or 15,000 Ibs. home grown Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Mount "Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- lea. ROOMS YY)R RENT---Suitable for light housekeeping or living and sleeping room. Only three avail- able. Hot water at all times. Times Apartment Hotel. WILL BUY LIVESTOCK OF ALL KINDS. Dick Brown, 8 miles ' south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. AT THE CAPPS NURSERY this week: Bridal wreath spirea, fine 3-foot shrubs in good dormant condition; just right to plant now at only 20c each; plant some around your house and yard and dress up the place. Don't wait: Buy now. Also thousands of Porto Rico and Nancy Hall sweet potato plants grown from the finest Kentucky state in- spected seed. No black rust or disease, and will grow" the sweet- eat potatoes you ever ate. Price only 35 cents per 100. Fine plants now ready. Thousands of fine Tomato and Cabbage plants "Hardy Field Grown" now rea- dy for your late planting at 5c per doz; 40c per 100. All var- ieties of Zinnia, China Aster, at 5c per doz. Pepper, egg plant and Kohl-rabi now ready. "As Good as Grow Come from Capps You Know." Phone 74 or call at the Nursery. Q at PROOF OF LAST WEEK'S AD: MOTHS DO NOT EAT CLOTHES! Moths lay eggs which develop into larvae. These are the guilty culprits! They then change into pupae form cocoons, from which later emerge the innocent 1: "Popular Fallacies" - A. S. E. Ackerman - Third Editl0 2. "Encyclopedia Britannica" - llth Edition. JOHN DEERE OFFERS 2 Great New Combines NO. I IA AND NO. 12A BUILT FOR THE SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED FARM Here they are -- the two greatest small combines ever. offered -- A John Deere built combine to fit their acreaR ,nd pocketbook. 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