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PAGE . .A.dJ&. Sk 1 ]T.. ,]line tl sidewalks that she has the [most beautiful little make-believ I daghter in the world. (Continued from Page 1'" ".l The doll may be a kewpie, a . I fairy queen or just a Raggedy-Ann A horseshoe pitching cntestl--all have an equal chsmce to win will be open to all the'a prize as well as receive a free comers on east side of the square with prizes for the ers, Saturday after_ noon at 3.30. Albert Dillsaver is in charge of this feature. Dancing Opening Thursday niglt t 9 o'clock the old time dance fanciers will get their chalice to step out in their favorite dances. Then Fri- day and Saturday nights Lou Hal Id his orchestra will take the dance floor for the entertainment of the young and old folks who will be in the mood to step around at a lively gait. Hahn's orchestra comes with a fine reputation and should make a hit with the Fiesta rowds. Thursday Night Program 7:30 Motorcycle Thrill Slmw, rEIE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEW& OUNT P__Sl ILIJNOm ride ticket. The classifications ha'e bean enlarged to include: Largest Doll, 50c and 25c. I l Smallest Doll Buggy, 50c and 25c. Largest Doll Buggy, 50c and 25c I l Smallest Doll Buggy, 50c and 25c. ] Ages 2 to 4--Best Decoratea Butter Cakee WHrrE--- First: $1 cash and 24-pound sack of flour. Second: 50c cash and 10-pound sack of flour. Third: 25c cash ad 5-pound sack of flour. DARK I First: $1 cash and 24-pound sack of flour. Second: 50c cash and 10-pound sack of flour. Third: 25c cash and 5-pound sack of flour. SPICED--- Second: 50c cash and 10-pound sack of flour. Third: 25c cash and 5-pound sack of flour. The cake show will be held in the Masonic room on the east side of the square and entries should be in by eight o'clock Friday ev- ening, October 3, The judging will be done the following morrdng. All cakes are to become the property of the Fiesta committee and will be sold at auction or at private sale Saturday evening. The committee would also appreci- THUBSDAY, smartest law breSlu trapped by offlce wl tion. Read how in Weekly, the magazine with next week's Herald-Amerlea Wedding A Mr. stud Mrs. obed F living in Austin county, several miles Pulaski, were on th evening of Sept. 17, the occasion 28th wedding annivert" Buggy with Doll. Cutest Child entering doll and buggy. 50c and Ages 4 to 6--Best dDecorated Buggy with Doll. Cutest child entering doll and buggy. 50c and 25c. Ages 6 to 8--Best Decorated Buggy with Doll. Cutest child entering doll and buggy. 50c and 25c. 8:45 Fireworks Display on city Every child entering parade square featuring Battle of the will receive a free ride ticket if Clouds and aerial bombard- ment. You want to be here for they do not win. this. 9:15 Old Time Dancing. Friday Night Program 7:30 Noble Accordion Band. 8:D0 Merchants Modelling Dis- play. 8:30 Nobl Accordion Band. 9:00 Dancing to bou Hahn's Orc- hestr Saturday Afternoon 1:00 Contests for Youngsters. 2:00 Parade starting on East Cook. Pet and Doll Parade. 8:30 Concert by Decatur Concert Band. Horseshoe Pitching Con- test. Free Act--Smallest Mule in U, S. Music--Allotted Time Quartet 4:30 Concert by Decatur High School BancL The Pepsi-Col Twins will be on hand Saturday to add to the hilar- ityof the day. Saturday Evening 7:30 Frolic Parade of masquer- aders d novelty getups. 8:00 Free Act. Concert by One Man Band. Music by Allotted Th doll and pet parade will form at the Dr. Hildreth residence on North Marion street at 2 p.m. Pet parade Children up to 12 years of age can enter this paradee. Prizes will be given. Smallest Pet Largest Pet Most Unusual Pet Cutest Dog Cutest Cat Best Pair of Pets Dog with longest tail Dog with shortest tail Mrs. Wilbur Stoll and Mrs. Chistensen will have charge of this feature. Cake g Contest A cake baking contest will be open to the ladies of Logan coun- ty during Fiesta Days dth six classifications and 36 prizes. The Fiesta committee is receiv- ing the cooperation of severa' flour concerns who wilt give six 24-pound sacks, 6 10-pound and 6 Time Quaxtet. 5-pound bags of flour in addition 9:00 Dancing with Lou Hahn's to the cash prizes offered by the committee. band. Hobby and Antique Show The classifications are as fol- Entri for the hobby and an- lows: Uque show which will be held in the Masonic room on the east side of the uare will be in charge of Jolm tmann and Gene Clear. Parade Prlzes Best Religious Float Best Histocal Float Best Farm Float Best Patriotic Float Best Educational Float Prizee--Blue, white and red rib- bon $10 in cash to each school and church (rural) entering flot tn lmrade. Best Decorated Passenger Ca- $5 and $3. t Decorated Bicycle--S1; 75c, Most Comical Horse Drawn out- fit--S2; $1. Oldest Car in parade--S1. Car With Most People---S2.50. Car with Most Items hang ,g on --42; $1. est Decorated Scooter--S1; , join the parade of dolls Saturday afternoon of tke Fiesta nd ex- hibit their darling doll-child and pove to the hundreds that will luerade Prizes Prettiest Costume--l, Funniest Outfit--S1. Best Group of Students--$ ]. Best Clown--S1. Beat Policeman--S1. Best Male Impersonator--S1. Best Woman Impersonator---S1. Eildren Under 10-- Prettiest Outfit--5Oc Funniest Outfit, 50c. Bgst Little Old Lady and Man, TSc. Under 14-- Prettiest Outfit, 50c. Funniest Outfit, 50c. rownup Doll and Pet Parole Cutest doll outfit and imits.tor, $1. Largt Pet, 50c. Mt Unusual Pet, 50c. smaut Pet, 50c. will be given each entrant. DOI. PARADE little make-believe mothers Of  community are |viti to are good looking School Oxfords in sizes 3 to 9. Width Ato C. You will save on your shoe bill if you buy .. "ACTIVE MAIDS" One of their featured styles is this new moc- casin in brown or smoked Elk t g3.45 First: $I cash and 24-pound lutck of flour. Second: 50c cash and 10-pound sack of flour. Third: 25c cash and 5-pound sack of flour. SPONGE--- First: $1 cash and 24-pound sack of flour. Second: 50c cash and 10-pound sack of flour. Third: 25c cash and -pound sack of flour. ANGEL FOOD-- First: $1 cash and 24-pound sack of flour, clicken fry at 6 p.m. Monday, Second: 50c cash and 10-pound]sept. 29, at Romer's Tavern on sack of flour, t Route 161, a4)out one mile east o-  Third: 25c cash and 5-poundlthe Mount Pulaski public square. sack of flour. Only those securing tickets can attend. SUNSHINEr-- I First: $1 cash and 24-pound Slick tricks tlt made crooks sack of flour, convict themselves. All but the ate the donation of cakes to be forty friends and sold that evening to add to the]wit h well filled Fiesta fund. I potluck supper was Pillsbury, Town Crier, Gold J o'clock. Medal, Happy Hour, Pur A Sno I Those present were and DeLux flours are to be the ........  Joseph wacuer ana I flours awarded as pmzes and are loretzke and family furnished by the different flour ler, Mr. and Mrs. H;rrY concerns, and family, Mr. and For further details of the cake:Miller and son Billy JOe, contest call Mrs. Paul Beidler. Mrs. Raymond Hoagli fly, Mrs. Everett Holmes ANNUAL A.fERICAN Mrs. George Shimer LEGION CIflCKEN FRY Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ryman-Fuiten Post 447, Amer- family, Merle Little, ican Legion, will hold its annual George Davidson, Charles Listen to the THE NORTH CHURCH Daily 8:00 Sunday 12:00 F. WCBD -- 82{ Cap Halves APRICOTS, 21/2 can ... 25c Cap PINK SALMON, No. I can ....23c Stokely Honey Pod PEAS, 2 for .... 29c CRISCO l-lb. 23c ;ed Cross Macaroni or Spagheffi, 3 -| 3c MILNUT, 4 for ................... 29c COMET RICE, l-lb. pkg ........... 10c LACHOY BEAN SPROUTS ........ 10c LACHOY MIXED VEGETABLES .... 27c LACHOY SAUCE ............... 2 Ic LACHOY NOODLES ............. 15c FRUIT COCKTAIL, F.L., 2 for ...... 25c SEALEX, 6 rolls " 25c RAISINS, Seedless, Ib ............. 10c SHELL MACARONI, Ib ........... 10c LEAVE ORDERS FOR MILS. BEIDLER'S CAKES Ill I, II DRESSED CHICKENS TOP PRICES PAID FOR EGGS Meadow Gold Coffage CHEESE, pt.. 10c CREAM CEREAL, pt .............. 13c CREAM WHIP, I-3 qf ............. 20c ICED HONEY COOKIES, Ib ....... 19: PECAN TOP COOKIES, Ib ......... 23c liAVY BEAliS :l-ibs. 19c Pillsbury FLOUR, 24-1bs ............ 97c SNOSHEEN CAKE FLOUR, pk 9 .... 23c CANDY BARS, all kinds GUM, 3 for Cap Cane and Maple SYRUP, 12-oz. Cap Pancake Flour, 20-oz. BOTH FOR Mary Todd COFFEE, lb. Foigers COFFEE .... O'CEDAR POLISH IVORY SOAP, 2 ige... IVORY SNOW ...... i P & G SOAP, 6 bars Sweetheart SOAP 4 OYSTER SHELL, 100Jbs.. Cap Egcj MASH, 100-1bs. BLOCK SALT ........ " GREEN BEANS, 3-[bs..-" ENDIVE, HEAD CELERY CABBAGE, CELERY, large stalks AWIN SQUASH, lb..." KRAUT Empty Vinepr For Clear's VAIL'S FOOD MARKET PHONE 299 FREE DELIVERY MOUNT