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m 9, + m,ual Meeting lo f Latham Bapt,sts 0 0  At a recent meeting of he La- 3 am Baptist church the annual 1 flection of officers was held and 1 lxrts were given from all de- 0 artments of the church. The ,*hurch was found to be in splen- 6 lid condition financially with sev- 2 3 ral improvements on the proper- 0 23 y the past year. Tte trustees 4 14 ecommended improvement on the Lea. inside of the church this year. It was also noted that the ck islalChurch maintained its spiritual m extetability and the congregation .s dauave a unanimous vote of confi- deparlience to their pastor who will soon eles, Cegqn his fourth year. Several nainderaave been saved and united with f hiS sthe church. A budget of $1861.00 aily. was expended durin the year.  The following officers for the ChUrch and Sunday school were el- ectLl: SUnday School Supt. -- Monta Tuley. Assist. Supt.--Roy Turner. Sec.-Treas. __ Mrs. Mary Ses- sions. Assist. Treas.--Iona Purcell. Teachers  Rev. Crown, Mr. Bratton, Wm .Thompson, Amiel Wachter, Lucille Cafes, June Wachter, Mrs: Kerschner. Cradle Roll Supt.--ZDorothy Pur- cell. Church Officers Moderator--Jim Cowan. Clerk--Mrs. Laura Birks. TreasurerWm. Thompson. Mission Treasurer--Mrs. Kers- chner. Home Missions---Lucille Cafes. Yung People's Leader -- Iona cell. Pianiat--rs. Crown. Assist Pianist--Ethel Ryan. Ushers  Voss Sessions, Evert PUrCell. Ieacona---Chas. Turner, Amiel Wachter, Jim Cow-an, Wm. Thomp- son, Evert Purcell, Monta Tuley, Cloris 13rattom Trustees  Mr. Cowan, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Bratton. A special invitation is extended to all in the community to attend any and all of our services. James Armtine was taken Tues- rW y  t Poria ste hovil for , raedical care and treatment. Not to conflict With the Library L Club meeting Tuesday, the Tuesday Afternoon Club met Monday With Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver. Five Hun- I dred was played, the prizes go_ mg to Miss Katherine Jenner, Mrs. Fred J. Roth and Mrs. William B. Jenner. The latter will be the next hostess. Two a Month With ship building time in the United States speeding up, a new fighting ship now goes into ser- vice with the Navy every 12 days. H Or PVLS] s-mwa SOVN eVLAS ..Lrom Pep Squad Puts on Drill Between First and Second Games Latham high has always had a girls' pep squad to enliven the action at all mporfanf games and affairs of the school. The group this year sang and went through various formations under the direc- tion of Miss Jack. KENNETH L. KEIL WINS INSURANCE FIRM PRIZE Kenneth L. Keil, Springfield dis- trier manager of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., has qualified I for the fiq's Quarter Million Dol- lar club, and will receive a trip to CBAMHON TIRES The amazin$ Gear-Grip tread of this tire btes through mud, snow or road film and grips with a sure hold to protect against skids. By equipping now, you will have maximum riotection through the nter and tires like new to start Spring and Summer driving. :Del Monte, California, in April as a guest of the company. Announce- ment of the award was made by Frederick A. Schnell of Peorla, agency director. Keil has been em - ployed by the company for ten years. Mr. Keil is the son f a former Mount Pulaskian, Henry Keil, who located in Springfield many ye ago. He is well known in this city,' and has often visited here with h aunt, Miss Katie Keil. ": couldn't attend on account of sick- LATHAM hess. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Miller and 'Mable were callers in Lincoln Wed- nesday. Otis Howe and family and Mr. ad Mrs. Eldo Miller and Mable spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. William Waddell and father, Ttmrman Waddell, went to Indian- apolis, Ind., Tuesday. They re- turned home W'ednesday. A group of friends surprised Frank Waehter n his 50th birth- day Friday evening. Those attend- ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz ad daughter Ellen Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steging, Kermit Vol- le, Junior Marshall, Mrs. Edit Blankford, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. John Kiick, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Rau, Mr. and Mrs. John Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunn, and Mrs. John Wachter. A group of Young people of the Latham Christian church motored to Lincoln Mnday evening to at- tend the regular meeting of the Logan County Christian Young People's Society. Mount Pulaski will be the next host. Mi-. and Mrs. George Bost qul- etly celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary Tuesday. Mrs. Lydia Little was sick sev- eral days last week with the flu. Win. Turner has been on. the sick list. Mrs. George Shimer and Mrs. Dave Brashears were shoppers in Decatur Monday. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Victor Durcholz of Deca- tur Thursday. Everett Ray Howe and Eugene Wachter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Miller. The Clover Leaf club had an oy- ster supper at Walnut Grove school Monday evening. Several John Beck. Mrs. Louis Thompson of War- rensburg and mother, Mrs. Maude Miller, of Elkhart, spent Friday with the Eldo Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wachter, daughters Lucille and Irene, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Beck. George Davidson, r., has pu r- chased property in the West end of to and moved in Monday. Frank Vaughns moved into their i new home Wednesday and Oren Days are moving in the property i that they have vacated. Mrs. Clarabelle Crowe and niece, Barbara Ann Beidler of Mourrt Pu- laski, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wadell and fam- ily. The Past Chiefs' club met at the home of Mrs. Carrie Rieterman Tuesday night. The club held in- stallation in the lodge Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary Gilbert suffered a hemorrage Saturday night. She is slowIy improving. Charlene Titus of Beardstown spent New Year's day with Marilyn Sheetz. IN LATHAM'JAN. 15 The Order of Eastern Star in Latham will sponsor a public card party on the evening of Wed- nesday, Jan. 15, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Henry Downing of 'Glen Ellri arrived Monday to visit relativel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoup. m QUINTUPLETS use MUSTEROLE for COLDS CHEST Mother--Give Ymar CHILD This Same Expert Carol At the first ign of the Dionne Quin- tuplets catching cold--their ehets and throats are rubbed with Children' Mild Musterole--a product made to promptly relieve the DISTRESS of children's colds and resulting eoughL The Quints have always ha th$ best of care, so mother--you maT.l assured of using just about the BE product made when you use Mustel*ol MORE than an ordinary "salve'---. warming, soothing Musterole hell.S break up local congestion. Alo rae in Regular and Extra Strength far those preferring a |tronger prod. 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