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IE 15 DEC. 18, 1941 AX A [ A cablegram was received by' third place game, lost to Waynes- LVJ[ "e [ Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Vq. Reeves ad s [ from their daughter, Mrs. Gene- Latham gr e chool honor 1 vieve Reeves Wakayama, who r- has been announced, and90 the l sides with 1-,er husband in Kakal, making an awerage of or ! Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Veakayama include Marcia Shimer, Mary i is a government emptoye and Mrs. ers ine Howe, Donald Duncan, Iwakayama teaches in the high Jean Reiterman, NancY lthere. The cablegram was to the y, Kitty Lou LaMar, Ar!enleffec t that all were safe. Within Margaret Duncan, jumo:ltt e hour a message was received Harold Centers, Jack Mus- I from their son Sgt. W'. E. Reeves, THE MOI)2qT PULAFKI q[MES-N]g'WS, MOUNT PKI, ILLINOIS I hr'st i stating that he was in San Diego, The Woman's society of C , " I Clif. Sgt. Reeves has been quart- .Sere'Ice, Mepodlst churcl, met lered in Tientsin, China, the last I lle r, ome oi Mrs. raipn waa-lyears ' with the U. S. Marines. 11 last Thursday, Dec. 11, the oe- Needless to say, Mr. and Mrs. fision being featured uth an ex- Reeves were gratified to receive ha, nge of Christmas gifts. The thee cablegrams. bllowing officers were elected at e annual election: Mrs. Edward 2ulp' president; Mrs" Jhn Attain- G d Wi L k'out, ,,ice president; Mrs. wayne ra S nl o$ rmstrong, secretary; Mrs 5. R. Kiick, treasurer; Mrs. Ia Bra" I khears, corresponding secretary.] [*he assistant hostess was Mrs. Vic ] [or Durchholz. It was voted to J lerve a lunch of hot chilli, ham- burgers, pie and coffee at the Ed- Ward Bressmer pul-:tc sale to bc held DeC. 30. The Latham order of Eastern tar held a chool of instruction in :Masonic hall on the afternoon ar evening of Friday, Dec. 12, in caarge of Mrs. Clara Harbaugh of vitle 18-14. At Middletown Playing the extreme opposite of which they played in the Lathar:, tournament Mount Pulaski grad- defeated Middletown 35-18. Pulaski led 21-4 at the half. The beeatur. A potluck supper was served a 6:30 p.m. for members and families. lison, On the evening of Thursday, Dec. 11, Silverine Temple NO. 46, n/or" Pythian Sisters, held its annual n of felectin of officers, as follows: and Pas chief, Florence Reiterman; one !IV[. E. C., Lena Dunn; E. S. Elizw lcolr t Gasaway; E. J., Elsie rathwohl: I manager, Lois Kiick; M. R. & C., a d t.Ina Beashears; M. of F., Hattie Allison; Protector, Opal Moore; ms- Guard, Ethel Turner; Trustee, otifY  Florence Reitermam; Installing e 40 I Officer, Emogene Rst. Playing its poorest basketball of the year, the Mt. Pulaski grade school basketball tean,1 managed to v:in only one of three games at the Latham tournament. In the preliminary they won from Atlan- ta i0-5, in tF.e semi-finals they lost to Chestnut 9-7 and in the second team played a good part of the second half. raddll was outstanding with 7 baskets for 14 points. Box Score next week: Mrs. Jennie C.peland ts gone to Harristown to make an extend- ed tay with Mrs. A. C. Birks. Here is an opportunity to get sornetk.ing good to eat for Christ- mas week. The members of Cen- trot Rebekah Lodge No. 313 will hold a Bake Sale Saturday, Dec. 20, in the Oglesby Market in the Odd Fellows building on north side of square. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller of Petersburg, visited here Sunday with her brother, Guy Renner and family. Howard Vandevender went tc Decatur Thursday morning to vis- The Modern Car Demands If Old Cars Like If 6-gal. ETHYL $1.08 Oulck Starting No "Ping" WINTER OILS Kerosene 10c (All Prices Fuel Oil 8c , BARGAIN CIGARETTES cLOSI it for two days with his sister, Mrs. Frank Harness. There is no evidence to show that the all too common practice of burning over of Illinois wood- land areas is helpful in reducing damage from insects, says W. P. Flint, entomologist of the Univers- ity of Illinois College of Agricul- ture and Illinois State Natural History Survey. Wreaths, Pottd Plants, Novelty Pottery and cut flowers for the Holidays. Barbara Phinney, located in the store room next to the 5 and 10 cent Store BROWN'S SERVICE CO. G OuT OF %, PAGE A year's subscription to the TIM-NEWS would make a fine Christmas gift. FOR DEFENSE! "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID r-OR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Ho Lincoln Rendering & Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Illinois Phone: Mount Pulaski 172 Lincoln 33b Beverse C'aarge. " Fine NECKWARE will please him 55c to $1.00 FREE GIFT WRAPPING One thinq he can always use--one thinq he always wants more of---one fhinq that never fails to make a hit--FINE NECKWEAR. We have an unusually larqe showinq of Re- qalaire and Phoenix Ties in wools, foubrds, silks and reps. A]i k;nds of new shades and dozens of patterns. A fine cliff [or any man on ,/our list. FINISHOFFYOURCHRISTMAS , MARK TWAIN SHIRTS $1.65 $1.85 Christmas Boxed and wrapped. Chester Brook and New Era Shirts $1.19 & $1.35 Leather Jackets $S30 to $11 Pajamas .................... $1.45 Sweaters ....... $1.99 to $3.50 Dress Gloves ..... bSc fo $1.95 Suspenders .......... 50c House Slippers $1.25 - $2.45 Handkerchiefs, 3 in box 50c BOWS Jackets, Sweaters, Shoes, and Ties CLEAR'S immermann FARMERS- ro ce c, Ec, ,ou, .,c,,,E,, AT ONOEFOR FRIDAY - SATURDAY DECEMBER 19-20 NEEDED REPAIRS EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD , AT COST OR LESS HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO sTOCK YOUR PANTRY SHELVES AT A BIG SAVING FREDERICK ZIMMERMANN Even though you won't need your machin- ery until spring the shortage of maferils makes if very advisable that you protect yourself by plcing your order t once. BROOKEil FARM PHONE 21 N, W. COR. OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS