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........ :? .... ......... ,? ,::i:::!:ii:" , : : Mount Pulask/, IlL, THU]BDAYo j ! day, July 11, at the Church at When you send garments to the N PAST NOBLE i L0B NOTES 7:o p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Paul I dry-clearler, its helpful to mark I ! t&apos;lttl POnUcvKC , IAUER JllO :: The ninth ,-,,,,i,,, . *ho c,ho, l Gruber, Mrs. Amelia AUsopp and J spots and tell what the substance [HELD IN DECATI, / { ,el, eo I - 1- ........ e, .......... "iM "- i "in rt x . , l Jr. Homemakers was held on l rs. xess e  e . . . I is. . J The 28th annual Knauer family i The Past Noble Grand ( ;:U , 28 at the Methodist Church The Chestnut Jr. omemaKel The following memods are lreunion was held Sunday, June jCentral Rebekah Lodge, 1 baestnut "Share the Fun" con- 4-H.Club will hold their arnuallsu.ested to remove some com- 125, at Nelson Park, Decatur. AlMount Pulaski, met at me was discussed. Calendars I Achievement program July 30 at [ mort summer stains" I basket dinner was served with ] of Past Noble Grand, Gme0  (listributed to the members. :o p.m. m me tmesmut Mere- I " o . . J70 people present. Dean Mahonler of Chestnut. A potluck m .----aonstrations and talks were I odist Church. The highlights will I FRUIT. To remove Eesn peacn, [ was elected vresident and Carolyn I was served on the lawn. S] . as follows: "How to Make l be the club singing their entry in ]pear, cherry and plum stains on I.Hho n secre'tarv-treasurer. Iguests were Noble Grand Mt abUrgers,,, Sheila McCarty;Ithe "Share the Fun" contest atlcotto n or linen and any- fruitj" Trho attencl-(n were" Mr and[Wilham and Vice-Grand ,.row to Fix e " m ;lane Lincoln, "Where There's You - " " - " " " eGra ets ..... 1  .... C lery, Ca 1 I ........... I stain on wool or silk, first sponge ] Mrs. Henry Remmert, Mr. and [ Robinson. Past Nobl n --n ; "How to Put in a Hem" neres ae' aria, a style snow .... lid r " :: , . , I .......... I the stain well with cool water. [ Mrs. Wfllard Pemmert and ch - [ ent we e. " -ann Rodman; "How to nere wm me a yeas oreaa ae- . and Linda .... it- ............ ] ........ ,^_ ,._ r.,^ , ^,*.*. I Then work glycerine or a soapless } ren, Leonard, Debra "t Anna Schafer, Isa Toml :- vlaterlal,' arlon ton; I ,-u,,-a-,m , .............. I=h .... i.,. i, ,,m.i.. li., IMr and Mrs. Erwin Knauer anulEthel Hutchison, Mar:lode 1t w to Cook an Ezz," Eleanor[ and those having food pmjects| .... "i.v''_,." ............ :: ."" ]k(,.,. "T,,n,, "nd Gary Mr and! ..n.. rir,., lran(,es ']| :er;', .... ._.ve .... r.,^.,,Iwill disnlav them The refresh-Ily- tDon[ use soap as it stains.) 1, .... e,,, ._ _ -,_ _l.auc ,-, ..... , -----=-_ :  ^ -.,.. 0 ,.=.. ,,. ,.,vu, I  =  .... " ... .. I ...... . ................. ., I Mrs. Wayne cnanenaeer anu [ ton, President of me t:ma,  _ ' upperman: "How to Ravel/men' committee is vllss zormalt,t ta.llU .ur veral noul: allU hilrlran lav 1:nnnio and Diane-I.;^- r... ro,,,avonlor ' !Table Covers," Delores Leim- I Neuhar, Mrs.. Hen Neu- I then apply a few drops of ne- ! Mr and Mrs, Darrell Knauer and t Kinert. :! t; How to Make Bread,,/scnarer, 2,]rs. rloyo Nliller, vlrs. lgar or oxalic acid bet stanu zor': " .__ ., M-unt Pulaski  ......... * a ' ' I Qaugnter rn., z  " Other guests were erae  m " Troyer. Refreshments were  ,Vayne Rodman, Mrs. Harold OP-tabout two minutes more; then l Mr and Mrs William Knauerf .......... "^^- --' --a E / by Peggy Buehler and/perman and Mrs. Hubert Stoll. Irinse .thoroughly. lan(1 "sons Waliace and Dennis, l;"u,eux:Krellne r" wa! _ Van Fossan. The next / .--- [ Boiling water removes most fruit lMr. and Mrs. Floyd Knauer and !a&si"s't'ng-'h-ostess. = /!i el b.e hem July 5th at|HOW TO REMOVE Istains except peach, pear, cherry _s?n Greg, Mr.. and Mrs. Dal Gifts were presented to .^ . tcauon: ....... |CTIrh'X'ED q'I'ATMq land plum from cotton and linenlKnauer ana cn}taren, yam anaJNoble Grand, Vice.Grand  ureau vmt t Will meet [OUIVXLV.,Xt o= I h,, 'i,* ,*,,r, ho *i"'' I Michael, Mr ana vzrs. walter Au- I ....... ,-- --- ,-^o* araee at :. ....... .- .... s,.- ......... / Foos aria grass are not so _^... ........ ,. .... t -.,^.=- t t kamp vlrs .ugene AUKalllp 811U I a. Iua J l.n.ztas uvcx ct ow% xcttt:tut; '  " ... Y, uly 7, at 2 p.m. Each I likely to leave their marks on ...... ................ I son, Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ] ........... 1 r is to brin one dozen] .......... ;with u ting. *hen pour uoutng i c-..,, ntl v.nns Fred and l A ousmess meeting wm y The 4 H =irls will have I summer ciommg t you treat uae !water from a height of three or ! -'-?'"' "= L_'_t,_ I There will be no meeting in It " " ' m 1 Vlicnael, all OI x.uicuu. ! , e of the meeting, spots pro pt y. four feet so that it will strike  Elsie Gerhardt and son *In August the club will  abers ,, ,h, No,,er c:.,. ] But before you touch the area, the stain with force Rubbinir '" x, ..... -qman Mr and with Mrs. Frances Thornton; k)eietv . . a, v,,ot.,o it's wise to know what effect the alternated with t ,, b"ilin" wat .- .. wu.., and children, i club voted to purchase two ! ! mow"oi'a=l o,a"nzat'ons'olSpot removers will have on lab- ,,r ,m h,,. T," *..." '.'' -(a'Elaine Mr and i of pillow cases which wlll i  ltanding, will hold their an- rics. Even water, especially if it s mains, ,ueeze a little lemon Mrs Dean Gerhardt and son, ! to the Old Folks Home lr lhaner Monday, July 10 at' the wrong temperature, can make i,,i, , i" ., n.,., ,h.. .r,,,. Dou'elas of Decatur. ! toon. Pa. in the American Legion matters worse on some materials. n't'h .'."t-v ," e'ho'm . MrS. and Mrs. Walter Knauer i Isa Tomiinson was the .anyone intending to take a! Hot water sets stains made by ,.o"r.-=o"', - --" ........ and daughter, Patty, Beverly and member present aria oom ts asked to notify Mrs. C. e-% blood, meat uices and other ............ Brenda Boechler, ML and Mrs. Mildred Wilham was me ,e,  SOFT DRINKS. If the fabric is William Jasper and children, est. Each received a gift once. Order of Eastern Star will the Masonic Hall, Mon- 10, at 8 p.m., when Night is observed. All are requested fo wear  al dresses and out- EIousehold Science Club their annual picnic on July 14, at the country i [ Mrs. Otto Henrichsmeyer' Herbert Birks assisting. asked to bring a Meat, drinks and hot be furnished. Please is a week earlier than date Class of the Meth- will meet Tues- substances with a high protein content Soapy water sets stains caused by tea, coffee and some fruit juices. When in doubt about the effect of cleaning agents, play safe by testing on a part that won't show. No matter what the spot or fabric, try simple removal meth- ods first. Save drastic measures for extra-stubborn spots. Use cleaning fluid with care. Use it outdoors where ventila- tion is ample and where no flame can touch off the vapom. When some cleaning fluids are used in an enclosed area, the fumes can be dangerous. washable, sponge the stain with equal i)arts of denatured alcohol and water. Then pour on glycer- ine and rub. Let stand for 30 minutes and rinse with water. MUSTARD. For washahle fab- rics, rub glycerine gently into the stain. Wash in soapy water. For other materials, sponge the stain with alcohol. Since alcohol mak o es somo colors run, test a sample of fabrfc first. On acetate, sponge with .diluted alcohol---one cup of denatured alcohol to two cups of water. Life: The predicament that pre- cedes death. Steve, Christie, and Brent, of St. Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knauer and son Timothy of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mahon, Prince- ton; Mrs. Lyle Damery and child- ren, Connie, Roy, Peggy and Rhonda. APPRECIATION I want to express my sincere thanks to all my old neighbors, friends and relatives, for remem- bering me with carda, letters, vis- its, flowers, etc., while I was a patient in the Carle Clinic at Ur- bana. Your thoughtfulness will long be remembered. Mrs. Pauline Bertoni hostess. Reports were given on to the nursing home of the Past Noble Grands making their homes. The evening was spent cards. 9th ANNUAL AYERS REUNION SUNDAY, JULY The 9th annual union will be held on July ]6, with a potluck noon at the Tomlinson Center. Plates, cups and ice furnished. Please have all available to complete tree. ACCENT ON SAVINGS.. Everything You Need for Summer MEN'S & BOY'S Men's Neckwear Reg. SI.50 -$2.50 Socks 39c to 69c Recj; 55c to $1.00 Men's Short Sleeve . spoRT srm=s tton & Knit. Reg. to 5.95 V4 Off , 1 GROUP Men s Casual Shoes Reg. 3.98 - 2.98 00oY, v00-00m00rr Short Sleeve 1 SPORT SHIRTS Cotton mad Knit ul ses 3=18 - Reg. $. 20% Off BOY'S ' CASUAL SHOES  Sizes 1 -5 3.98 - 2.98 Confederate & Yankee CAPS Rcj. 1.0 for 49c Boy's Summer SPORT COATS Reg. 12.95 - 9.95 LADLES DRESSES Juniors 5-15 - Misses 10-20 a/z Sizes - 12/z-24z/z Reg. 17.98 12.98 19-.98 & 14.98 9.98 7.98 & 10.98 6.98 , 5.98 4.89 LADIES ja.00u00cm moRTs by Famous Name Brands Sizes 7--15 and 8-44 Val. $6.98 less 2O% Group Coordinates Knits and Cotton Groups 113 OFF Sleeveless Blouses and Kn $}alts Summer Cotton Skirls Full and Straight Styles Sizes to 38 Values to 10.98 un 113% WOMEN'S CULOTTES Sizes 10-20 - 12/z-24/z Reg. 3.98 2.65 Re<j. 5.98 4.21 SUMMER HATS & PURSES V= PRICE SUMMER JEWELRY Reg. 1.00 - 59c 2/or S10 Reg. 9-.00 - 1.09 2 for S2.00 WOMEN'S SUMMER BELTS All Colors and Sizes Reg. $1.00 - 79c Reg. $9-.00 - $1.59 CANVAS SHOES FOR LADIES $3.98 Now $2.98 EXQUISITE FORM BRAS Floating Action 2.50- 1.98 Just A Just 2.95 - 2.49 Knot Naughty 2.00 - 1.49 CHILDREN'S VALUES Children' Dresses Values to $7.98 LESS V4 Many to choose from and all Brand Name Dresses Sizes 1-3; 3-6x; 7-14 CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR Sizes 1.3 3.6x; 7.14 Sleeveless Blouse and Crop Tops; Short; Jamacia and Matching Sets; Toddlers Short Sets - Up to $'7.98 20% Ot? FOR REACH AND PLAY ' ; Reg. $9-.39 - Now $1.a9  z GIRLS '"::7 TERRY BEACH ROBES i Sizes S - M - L " =ii $3.98 - $2.89 $9-.98 - $1.89 mFAUT DRESSES & !! DIAPER SETS ,: Reg. $9-.98-$3.98-$4.98 :::! ALL LESS 1/4% Store Hours Daily 8:30 - 5.30 Saturday 8:30.9:00 , HUSTON & PAOLONE STORES