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i  l i i TIMES-NEWS FORCE back in the '30's when i office was in Odd Fellows building on north i side of square. Shown ale, Paul E. Beidler, R E F L E C T I 0 N S (By H..I. Wible) ( s, 1942)  The OPM or whatov the ag. racy was that issues the edicts eoaveying to us what we must do f without during the duration, Took a quick cmd decisive stop Imckward recently that almost tied them in a knot trying to get out of it, When they became too inti- mate with m/lady's wearing ap- ' parel. In the intense desire to save eve bit of rubber they could for the war effort. They sought to doprive mama her closets and most tenacious her girdle. Like a lot of snap Judgment de. that are being made by the higher.ups. It just didn't make se.use-t not to mama. With all the need of this court. to be put in "'better shape". These shortsighted, unsympa. theUc men go to Work and do the vwy thing that would put at least :; half the country in "bad shape" over uight. Naturally, the order amused the men folks at first: that is, until they made a wise.rack to And then they saw the error of ways, for ff her indignation diMn't "sobe' hubby up, She lxoceeded to demmsstrate to him Just how she would look i without that modem gadget which she pours herself into each morning to face the world. And euables her to squeeze into a crowded street car or an over. loaded elevator. One showing and daddy was cm bor adde 100%. Looking at it from another anglo (and women have plenty of umm) With a raUoning of sugar and and that, it will have a tend. ency to pull that waistline To where such uncomfortable laeouwmdeut and itchy things as Would be listed amoog the "for. i mea" by the fair But be that as it may we'll say much in their behalf This coltroversy (mU:l it was a m.) szod that tbe mUown by press; H. J. Wible. leaning on makeup table; Don Wible, operating Kluge Automatic pres, and "Jinks" Leckbee making up forms. Just a friendly qreetinq to t.hazJk all our kind friends and patrons and to wish them the very nerriest of holidays. Downing I.suru,ce Agency We wish all our friends of joy and good fe]]o'Vrs|lip! MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS --TIMES-NEWS (Mount Pulas ILl.) THUmAY, DE-e-I--R |1, 1961 FISHING EPISODES portuty to see who can tell the OF PULASKIANS biggest one. Their guide at Bovey, Minn., (Aug. 18, 1932) was loud in his .praise of Ely's We have had so many stories fishing ability. He went so far in regard to the fishing expedi, as to prescribe Just what Ben tion of Clear, Ely, Lucas and should bring up the next trip. In- Rothwell, that we hesitate to stead of fishing equipment he print them even though any. was advised and raher urged, to bring a canopied boat, and cush- thing is printable in campaign ions, and a portable victrola so year. The number of fish caught was that he could enjoy himself and 98. That was probably Gene's let real fishermen do the same. idea from a merchant's stand.. It must have been a relief to point. From Leigh s viewpoint, it the fish when Ely left, for they is what he would like to have re- were in constant danger of be- ived for his wheat; to Keith it mg crushed every time he hear- was the age he never expects ed the anchor. But the fish got a to reach if he travels north with break at that -- they received this crew every summer; and, to ample warning that visitors were Ben--well, it's just another op-P resent- Our sincere thanks and best wishes ]or a happy holiday to our ]riends and patrons. MOUNT PULASKI FOOD LOCKER JAMES COOGAN Happy holiday wishes to you, our friends and customers, and sincere tbnuks for the pleasure of serving yen. May your Yuletide be bright with all the season's jeys. HASSEBROCK BROS.