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j 5, 1941 te$- from Page 1) was an unusually one, and included the trio, "Venetian Love [Nevin) and "Morning" emary Holm, in, cello; Mar- piano. Rev. J. Wayne Sta- Solos, "Ave Maria" (Schu- "The Rose Complained" I)ayle Garret, tenor. "Old and New careers YOUth," Chris A. De- of the Department of Illinois State Normal Normal. "Andante Cantabile" String Trio. of Honor Students Class of 1941, Lloyd L. )al. of Diplomas, V. G. of the Board of "Passing By" (Pur- "For Music" (Franz), Rev. J. Wayne Sta- Glluxtes Listed E. Baker, Erma Betty J. Brooker, Buehler, Sylvia Fleagle, Jeanj Guf- Hahn, Pauline Huttei r, Jackson, Almeda Jan- Key, Jean Kinert, Vir- Emogene Max- Milner, Virginia L Opperman, Emily June Roos, Pearl E. Stoll, M. Anderson, Eu- Augenbaugh, Kenneth Frazier, Jr.. Jr., Delbert F. Lindsay, Dwain C. Joseph Matthews, ! Merriman, Richard L. StOpher. ADVANCE :ERS NIGHT officers night of chapter, Order of was observed Mon- hall. Among the tcers filling stations Fred Reinders of the chapter who acted attending from were Mrs. Ellis C.' Dr. Reinders; also IUehler of Chestnut. . Harry Wellhausen, and Will of Chicago, Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, sons of Marine, visit- With her brother, and family, Mrs. was also a din- aecomp nied Smith's mother Mrs. who had been Son's home for a SChultz returned from Elmira, West a visit of more With her parents, arl Campbell. RII nee Very Need" to S+oll Rad;o .. uPOly Store 'ONE 215 Christian Science Choose New Head Some 6,000 Christian Scientist from many parts of the world ga- thered in annual meeting Monday, June 2, in Boston were called upon by The Christian Science Board of Directors to consecrate themselves to the defense of the democratic system of government as the best human instrument for preserving the basic rights of mankind to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." In thus definitely allying this world-wide religious movement with the defenders of democracy everywhere, the Directors stated that it was their conviction that if social and political freedom Is to be preserved ,,democratic form of government must be main- tained." Incoming president The Directors also announced the election of John Randall Dunn of Boston and Centerville, Mass., as President of The Mother church for the ensuing year. The chief 'duty of the President is to preside :at the Annual Meeting. The new President is the son of James Randall Dunn, long identi- fied with tie United States Im- migration Service. JOHN HORN IETIRES FROM GROCERY FIRM The grocery firm of Zimmerman and Horn dissolved partnership Wednesday, John Horn retiring from the well known business on South Waslington street. Fred- erick Zimmermann will continue to operate the store under the name of Zimmermann's Grocery. Clartes A. Ey, Henry J. Mayer and Otto Ey returned Thursday morning from a three days' fishing trip to Horse Shoe lake near Cairo. NO SERVICES AT ZION LLPHE]gAN There will be no services held Sunday, June 8, in the Mount Pu- laski Zion Lutheran church, the congregation being invited to at- tend the: annual Mission Festival at the Zion Lutheran churCh in Chestnut. HOMECOMING SUN'DAY AT FARMLAND SCHOOL An annual event, homecoming and reunion, will be held sunday, June 8, at the Farmland shcool located nine miles southeast of Mr. Pulaski. All former teacherS, pu- pils and patrons are cordially in- vited to be present. At noon a basket dinner will be served, and in the afternoon a program will be featured. JUMPING AT CONCLUSIONS Did you ever jump at conclu- sions ? If you have, you probably have occasionally jumped t h e wrong way, so you can appreciate our predicament. One day about two weeks ago we "thought" we saw Frank Horn and son, Emerson, at the Farmers Grain and Elevator comianY where the foundation was being excavated for two giant storage bins. A week later the Times-News photographer took a birdseye view of the storage base, and in com- menting on the picture gave cred- it to Frank Horn and son. We erred. The contractor is R. E. Reeser of Maroa and the work is being done by a group of work- men from up in Wisconsin who specialize in this kind of structure. W'e beg his and anyone eise's par- don who feels that it is neceary. Where animals do all the work. Remarkable story of the Rmmlaa mystic who trained his pets by hypnotism, rescued the anlma from a Sotet lmteher, ami started a model 4-legged Communist farm in a Slberi forest- Read about it in The Ajnerlcan Weekly, tim mag- sne distributed with next week's sunday Chicago Herald-Amea'lcan. Local Newsettes The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Fred J. Roth. After the bum- aess meeting Five Hundred was the diversion, the honors going to Mrs. Lon Davis, Mrs. Dan J. Fuhrer and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. On the first Wednesday in July the hostess will be Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge N. Wolfs, daughter, Mrs. Dan Cadagan, Jr., and husband of Detroit, Mich., and the former's son, William A. Wolfs of Chicago, visited here from Memorial day to Sunday with George Wolfs' mother, Mrs. Emma Wolfs, an aunt, Mrs. Margaret Danner, and his wife's brother, Gene C. Clear, and family. An item appearing elsewhere in this issue, which is not correct, got 'into the paper by mistake. Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll will have charge of the Story Hour at the library from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 7. Children from 5 to 10 years of age are invited to be present. Hospital- Benefit Show Tue day night at the Mount Pu- laaid Thestre. The show will be "Laddie." CANDY BARS, all kinds .- ........ 3 for I Oc KOOL AID ..................... 4 for 17c Old Fashioned PHOSPHATE .......... 10c FLY RIBBONS ............. 2 for 5c FLY SWATTERS fibre or wire .... 5c and 10c 2 for 15c EL VAMPIRO .............. TOWN CRIER FLOUR .......... 5 Ibs. 25c 4 for 25 MILNUT ....................... SNO SHEEN CAKE FLOUR. ....... pkg. 2 I c WHIFFS-O-WHEAT ......... 2 for I Sc CAP APPLE BUTTER ............... qt, 15c CAP DICED BEETS. No. 2 cans .... 2 for 19c Cap Cream CORN, white or yellow, 2 No. 2 23c CAP PEAS, No. 2 cans ........... 2 for 25c STOKELY'S KRAUT, No. 2V2 cans .. 2 for l?c Van Camp's Tom. or Veg. SOUP .... 2 for 17c SALADA TEA, Brown Label ....... I/4-1b. 21c MERIT MIXED ICED TEA ............ lb. 45c BAKED BEANS RED BEANS TOMATO SOUP VEGETABLE SOUP LIMA BEANS KRAUT _ Cr. PINEAPPLE, 8, 3 for 25c Cap PK & BEANS No. 2Vz 10c Cap KIDNEY BEANS ...... I0 RED BEANS ............ 3 for 25c Cap HOMINY, No. 2Vz 10c Van Camp's HOMINY, 3 25c I 5c can VIRGINIA FOSTEB ONE OF FRESHMEN COUNSILOIt8 Miss Virginia Foster, daughter of Mr. and M2s. Dean Foster of Mount Pulaski, who is just com- pleting her 2nd year as a student in the Eastern Illinois Teachers' College, Charleston, has been hon- ored by being chosen as one of the freshmen councilors for the com- ing year, 1941-42.. Miss Foster acted in like capacity this college year as a sophomore councilor. __ PEANUT BUTTER, bulk .... lb. 15c BIG BOLOGNA ........ lb. 17c RING BOLOGNA ....... lb. Ibc SLICED BACON ...... lb. 25c CHEESE or PICKLE LOAF, lb. 25c WIENERS, Skinless ...... lb. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene of Chicago, visited here Memorial day to Sunday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Laughery, and Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zurnstein, Pastor. Services Sunday, June 8: Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Immediately following the mor- ning service the congregation will vote on the recommendation of the Church Council to hold Sun- day School at 9 a.m. and worship service at 10 a.m. during the sum- mer months. IN APPRECIATION The partnership of Zimmerman and Horn having been dissolved and I am retiring from the busi- ness, I wish to express my appre- ciation to the patrons and friends who have given us their support John Horn. i, I i i1,,, It Costs No More To have your clothes MADE TO ORDER AT CLEAR'S International Tailoring Co. Agency Friday - Saturday June 6- 7 Delsey TISSUE, 3 for 25c Northern TISSUE, 3 ISc Sealix TISSUE, 6 for 25c Paper Roll TOWELS 10c Fleecy White, 2 qts. 27c BORAX ..... pkg. 15c BORAXO ........ 15c LA FRANCE .... 10c SATINA ......... 6c IVORY ....... Ige. 9c LIFEBUOY . 4 for 23e Palmolive bath size, 4 3 I c TRILBY SOAP . 2 15c JAP ROSE ...... 2 17c JAR RINGS , . 3 for 10c MASON LIDS .... 25c KERR LIDS ....... 25c CERTO .......... 25c SURE JELL ..... 2 25 HONEY COOKIES, Iced, lb. 19c Orange Cream Sandwich . lb. 19c COCOANUT TOP ...... lb. 15c FIG BARS ........... lb. 10c GINGER SNAPS : lb. 10c ORANGE SLICES : lb. 10c VAIL'$ PHONE 299 FOOD FREE DELIVERY MARKET MOUNT PULASKI, ILL ii!i