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S[&apos;?'PLEMENT TO THE MT. PUI.ASK! lIMES. MT. PULASKI. ILL. THURSDAY JUNE 16. }932 FLASH Thee has teen considerable activity the kitten ball league the past week. North Side Ramblers took a 4 to 2 from the Truckers and an 8 to 5 fl,on: the Hashslingers, On Tuesday night the Hashslingers the Merchants 13 to 6. The fol- night the Butchers won from ders 8 to 6. CHARLES HOAGLIN FUNERAL Funeral services for the late 'Fhom- Charles Hoaglin, who passed away his home near Latham Sunday were conducted Tuesday of- at the Harmony U. B. church. was in Mt. Pulaski came- The proper time to do svmething the Forgotten Man will be Fath. r's Day. In a recently opened Egyptian tomb towels resembling modern zuest twel was fZund. Wonder what hotel was on them. CHESTNUT Kent, son of Mr. and Mm. E. F. who has been very ill for tays, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chapman :,n Dean of Datu:" dsited Sun- e: ening with Mrs. Clara Laug- " and family, her daughter Ncrma with them for a visit. Mrs. J. W. Dunn entertained the Neighbors at her home on Fri- June 10. Following the meeting emorial ndces were held at and Tunbridge cemeteries for mern bets. !is D" ms Laughery who has spent si::er ith her aunt, Mrs. Lecca and having graduated from School at Wausaukee, Wis., re- turned home Sunday. Mr. W. G. Smith, colIeefr for the Ltlcna[ Harvester C.:., is enjoy- i a two aeeks vacation. Mrs Roy Barbor, Mrs. A"chltr Atd- *'!eh at! mother Mrs. W. W. Taylor art.o! on a motor trip to Denver, on Wednesday. REASON NEWS 7he Beason Community club he/d[ r;dr lguiar meet[rig Tuesday even- t " .,tune llth. The following" program was given: a go:d cr:wd. I,'o short plays presented by the young 7eoPle i the community as follows: "The New Servant Busy day ati FlutterIy:'. Piano and drum } by Vernet and lileen C(:per. i by Mims Thelma Werk-{ arm }Ia Cooper and an outstand- musical number was furnished by Parks and his harmonica. A crowd attended and a nice time s enj;yed by aI! who attended. of lemonade and na-i were ser-ed. Next meeting wi[! he held secc il July. obt'ved the 155th birth- of the American iv'lag by Iting flag'tty from the newly decora- flag" pole Tuesday June llth. } , } everaI ,e)s:ns from th corn-{ made a visit to the Daniel h,n:e :t Hollsille Sunday a very pretty rock garden} seen, also an aquarium con-[ all kinds of fish and aquatic su{table for the now popular gardens and ools. The flowers floats have been collected by Der- I gartley h,:m all parts of the! and are verb' attractive- (kVing to the ,,ery d{y weather s.=auberry crop has been cut Th: corn in this vicinity also rain badly. Poet. and Mrs. Loveless are attend- the Ministerial meeting held in Thursday. Alumni Association of the High School will asn Community annual banquet their eleventh ; dance at the high sehot Friday 17. The banquet will be served ;he Phythian SNters. Children's Day ppogram will iven t the M. E. Church Stm- evening June 19t5. Everyone is A. Balding, M.D. Lincoln, Illinois Ear,/lose and Throat Fitted, Lens Duplicated Landuaer's Clothing Store IqETHODIST CHURCH NOTES Rev. H. M. Blout, pastor. JEWEL TEA CO. COFFEES "ALWAYS FRESH" I]rviee Direct to the Home LEE BELL C01 ference and wards. their performance under corn borer competing for a- DEFENSE STRIPS CORN BORERS OF ITS THRE'I eo)litions. Open Registration For Baby Contest Children up to 10 years ot age Although the corn [a)r robabJy Among the ,trains grown for four may be entered for examination at : will advance closer to lliinoi. during :u. ,:,.:, wo known as F-1 365 (Hol- "I'Ve registrat%n period of the! the conference but tho::e not of the the coming seassn, it loom s le,s'pf bert, and MuttiAe (;ross 517 (lto - <-.e: eenth annual ::-tate fair bet-age gr ups spc-eitied above are not) a threat to the state'. printing! r,)p beq:) continued t,) shoW low infes- t, babies conference has opened.. ;aTb}e to compete for awards, when it is viewed in the light of'pro- rattans and high yie!eis, ndicatmg A:mlication forms may be obtained : Aboat $500 m cash awards are of- paredness" expvrm)ent bng c*n- resistance to the insect. Three strain, fr,)r(:the state department of public f,:red to highes sc,>ring children in ducted by the College of Agriculture Krug, tP, lden King ad Gunn VCe:- health amt the ar, plications must be e ".arou> ae :z, rous and classes, of Urtiverity ,.f lllinai and tho llfi- tern Ployman, grown for three sea filed with that de artment. All chil-Thee awards very from $2 to $20{ nots State Natural Hitory Survey, son-', show t-sth high infestation and dren up to six years of age who were each. In addition to this there is  For or thing, the experiments high yield, indicating tolerance and examined at the conference last gnarl offered to the mother of the high- hay e brought to light some trias ability despite the be)lee. are also eligible for registration and i est scoring child in the conference, of lllinit Cola which yiold fairly high a eeptanee this year. age 1 to 5, the Gvernor's silver lot- even when infested with a many a Sets of twins and triplets from 6 ing cup. tn crn borers to each talk, Forty- Why Hair Turn Gray months to 10 vear cf age and ram- five different train of Illinoi dent I.oss of pigment causes hair to i!ies of six children all six of whom In older dab 's epidemics we c::tn and 17 selections of sweet corn turn gray. Extremely vere shock are between the ages of 6 months and thought to be the result ,f torms, have b'.en grown for one or mot*: have k.en known to ca a los ef !6 years are eligible for entering the :omets and earthquakes, ve  in 91oU near Toledo, 0., to test pigment in the hair. to the CO ,Under the At00spicies of the ltousehold Science. 1ub at Mt. PMaskl Township High School OL f) See this remarkable demonstration % COOKIN'G with CO00,D We are pleased to invite you to the Kelvinator School. Come and learn how to prepare delMous d(-s,,wt, salads and frozen delicacies from recipes originated in ,he famous Kelvin Kitchen. S the interesting demonstrath,n of Kelvinator 4-Zo Cold and the World's Fasht l:r(-rziug Speed--bo water reduc to freezing temperature iv. five minutes. Get a free copy of the Standard Rating Scale for Electric Refrigeration--the le that shows you how to judge value in an electric refrigerator. Refreshments will be served and all dishes prepartM during the demonstration will be given away fr(.'. Souvenirs and eolris of ilecil)( from the Kelvin Kitchen will I)e l)remted to every gut-st. Come and bring your friends. E,,cryL, ody invited. Don't miss it! i FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE at Two O'clock in the Afternoon 5