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The Household Science Club will meet Friday afternoon, Jan. 20, at the home of Mrs. David Hawk on North Washington St., with Mrs. Rachel Little assisting hostess. Members are urged to bring a guest. The Cloverleaf Club will have their annnual Oyster and Chili Supper in the Community Room of the Latham Fire House, at 6 P.m. on Friday, Jan. 20. There will be no afternoon meeting of the club in January. Mrs. Kermit Volle will entertain in February. The Birks Community Club will meet Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The program committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kitchen. The Music Unit of the Wo- man's Club of which Mrs. Ellis Wood is chairman, will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker. The program will be presented by Mrs. John Scheetz. The Mount Pulaski Lodge No. 87, A.F. & A.M., will have First Degree work on Thursday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. A Missionary Banquet will be held at the Chestnut Methodist Church, Friday, Jan. 20, at 6:30 p.m. The speaker will be the Roy. Kermit Gregory of Kewan]ee a who has recently returned from tour of Africa. Tickets should be pur- chased in advance. They are $1.25 for adults and 75c for children. Service Mothers of WW II will meet Friday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Charles Stopher, in the Birks school com- munity south of the city. The annual election of officers will be held, and all members are urged to attend. beSpringfield Garden Club mem- rs from Mt. Pulaski, who at- CLUB NOTES tended the demonstration of JIOUIC E DL !  Japanese flower arranging at the Centennial Auditorium, Spring- LLEIUSH WEIDIIG I DINNER S'] TO PAID! field, Monday, Jan. 16, were: Miss Marie Sams, local club chair- man; Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Mrs. Wil- ford Scroggin, Sr., Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, Mrs. Harry Lucas, Mrs. Frank Talmage. Tim Lake Fork Community Club meeting to have been held Fri- day, Jan. 20, has been changed to meet Thursday, Jan. 19th. Refreshments will be cookies, coffee and pop. Please bring cook- ies. Everyone is "invited to attend. The Potholders Club will meet Wednesday, Jan. 25, at the home ot Mrs. Ernest Edwards. Members are reminded not to forget their 1960 Secret Pals and to bring cookies and a 20c gift. Wednesday, Jan. 11, the D.W. Club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker. Pinochle was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Norman Schahl, ,Mrs. Mrs. Edward Schroth, and Mrs. Orena Opperman. The next meeting will be February 8th with Mrs. Norman Schahl, west of the city. The Mount Pulaski 4-Leaf 4-H Club meets Monday evening, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m., at the Birks school. This is the first meeting of the year. The Sil-Tennial Belles will at the Mt. Pulaski library on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. All Belles are urged to attend. The Past Noble Grand Club will meet Monday evening, Jan. 23,' at the home of Mrs. Dean Foster, with her mother, Mrs. i George Tomlinson, the hostess. The Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus will meet at the Mount Pulaski Township Library for rehearsal Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. Regular members please come, and new members are welcome. The American Legion members will hold a Stag Chicken Fry, at the Legion Home, Tuesday, Jan. 24, serving to start at 5 p.m. The Ruth Circle of the WSCS will meet Thursday, Jan. 26, at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Vaughan Walch. ON DECEMBER 31 Miss Martha Gurley of Wil- mington, Ill., became the bride of Denzil Erlenbush, son. of Mrs. Edith Erlenbush and the late Chris Erlenbush, of Mount Pul- aski, Dec. 31, 1960, at 2 p.m., in the Baptist Church parsonage at Wilmington. The double ring ceremony was performed by the church pastor. The bride wore a white wool dress, white hat and a red rose corsage. Mrs. Christian Erlenbush was matron of honor, and Christ- ian Erlenbush was his brother's best man. A wedding supper was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Mason in Lincoln. Mrs. Mason is a sister of the groom. The bride has been employed at the Soldiers Widows Home in Wilmington, and after the first of February, will work at the State School in Lincoln. Mr. Erlenbush is employed by Harry Mason. The couple will make their home in Mount Pul- aski. FAMILY DINNER FOR JOHN TENDICKS ON 59th ANNIVERSARY A family dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Hahn on Thursday evening, Jan. 12, honoring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tendick, who, on Sunday, Jan. 15th, celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. The table centerpiece was a large wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs. John Ed Ten- dick. Those present besides the hon- ored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick and daughter Lorene, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick and daughter Lois Jean Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Tendick and daughters, Linda and Karen, Wilford Tendick, Mr. and Mrs. The MYF of the Methodist James Brown, all of this vicinity; Church will hold a bake sale at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tendick and the Hilltop Electric on the west children, Marcia, Gall, Paula, side of the square, Saturday David, and Dean, of New Berlin; morning, Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howe and 1 The PTL of the Zion Lutheran daughter,. Sherry, of Spokane, Parochial School will meet Fri- Wash., and Dr. O. L. Zelle, of day evening, Jan. 20, at 7:30. Springfield. Mrs. WilfordTendick, There will be a short talk by the Mr. and Mrs. George Woodyard, "' pastor. Entertainment will be by. Donald and Edwin Tendick were 3 "  . the upper grades in the form of unable to be present. I ii -..--" panton tion t the w ver Jan. 2: Luthex Girl the lit meetir period tures. brougl meetir Done" pantomining. Members are to bring cupcakes. and Mrs. Louis French wish to extend a cordial invita- tion to their friends to attend the wedding of their daughter, Nancy to Robert Irwin, Sunday, Jan. 22, to be held at the Zion Farmers Auto Un;nsured Motorist Coverage pays your losses from injury when the other driver is at fault and does not have insurance. Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phone SW 2-5215 MT. PULASKI, ILL. Fire and Casualty Insurance theran Church. Girl Scout Troop 236 met in the library, Tuesday, Jan. 17. The meeting was given over to an Art period. We made finger paint pic- tures. * Nancy Schaffenacker brought cookies. We closed the meeting by singing, "Day Is Jo Ann Schott, Reporter. Brownie Troop 374 met at the Recreation Center at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Debra Shell- hammer brought cookies. We went on a hike. Meeting closed at five. The next meeting will be Monday at 4 p.m. Leslie Thornton, Reporter. DON'r MISS OUR $1J)0 DRESS SALE---Still many styles to choose from. Values up to S27.98. Junior sizes 7 to 15. Misses sizes I0 to 20 and half sizes, 12!/z to 24!. Buy 1 dress at regular price - and get the 2rid one for 512}0 at Huston & Paolone Ladies Apparel Mount Pulaski, Illinois. SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF LOGAN COUNTY FAIR Following a successful fair in 1960, plans were made for the sil- annversary of the Logan County Fair, held at Lincoln, at a business meeting in the court house, Lincoln, Saturday, Jan. 14. All officers of the association were re-elected as follows: President, Wilbur G. Colburn of Beason; Vice-President, John Danaher, Fancy Prairie; Secretary Wilbur Layman, Lincoln; Treas- urer, Franklin Sparks, Lincoln. Directors elected for three terms, are: Everett Stoll, Chest- nut; Burch Lee, Hartsburg; and, Wilbur E. Layman, Lincoln. WARRENSBURG LIONS CLUB SUGGESTS POOL DRIV The Warrensburg Lions Club as offered to lead a drive to raise money to build an indoor swim- ming pool for students. The Warrensburg - Latham Board of Education has been ask- ed to consider a proposal by Ray- mond Smith, president of the Lions Club. Board members stated that they vere receptive to the idea, but ;aid it may be difficult to raise he necessary funds. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent MOUNT PULASKL ILL. PHONE SW 2-5113 CHESTNUT BOARD A turkey and ham dinner was served to the Board of Educa- tion of the Chestnut Cons. grade school, the school employees, and- their wives and husbands of the teachers, on Thursday, Jan. 12, in the new school cafeteria. The! hostesses were the teachers and school cooks, Mrs. Bessie Hanslow and Mrs. Lois Byrne. The dinner and the social hour that followed were enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Rentschler, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Leimbach, Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaggi, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Mart- en, James Buehler, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Maus, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Randolph, and Mrs. Fred Stogdell, Mr. Mrs. Forrest Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanslow, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Byrne, Mrs. Rose DeJarnette and Mrs. Marjorie Lowman. JOHN G. MHIIKIN BANK V.P. In Decatur last week i holders of the MillikAn Trust C at the annual business and were informed by the ident that the year 1960 was best in the 45-year history of t company. All directors and icers were re-elected, among being John G. Whittle, as a rector, and vice-president as of the officers. Mr. Whittle is a native Pulaski community, and a of the late William Whittle. Of interest to local be the fact that John H. was re.elected as a director then re.elected as cashier secretary, and assistant trust icer. Mr. Baird is a the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. meyer of Mount Pulaski. SIX CAR SPECIAL TRAIH TRANSFERRED HERE A Special 6-Car Train on Illinois Central railroad members of the Chicago ttion to Lincoln i way to tour the lant. The train transferred in Pulaski on the way to Lineo] Sil-tennial Year in 1961. .... / 10 DAY CLEARANCE 8AL NEW MERCHANDISE ! ALL NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS Sale 00Starts JAN. 60 PAIR MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Were $6.95 , , Now $5.00 76 PAIR MEN S DRESS SLACKS SIZES 29 - 42 Were $ 7.95 Now $ 6.00 Were $10.95 Now $ 8.95 Were $19.95 Now $10.00 Were $15.95 Now $11.00 Alterations Not Included 30 NYLON QUILTED FOAM LINED OSHKOSH CASUAL JACKETS Sizes 36.46 Car Coat length and Tanker Were Now $12.95 $11.00 $11.95 $1045 $10.95 $ 9.45 MEN'S LONG SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS Cotton, Cotton Knits - Flannels . Large and Extra Large Were Now $3.98 $2,00 $4.OO $2. $5.00 $3.2S $5.95 $4.00 ONE GROUP BOYS' SWEATERS , Sizes, SmL, Med. and Lge. Were Now $4.98 $2.98 $5.98 $3.50 14 PAIR BOY'S DRESS Sizes 10 to 1S Were $8.95 15 PAIRS BOYS CORDUROY sizes 14 - 20 Were $4.95 JUST 2 : BOYS' CAR COATS 1 size 14 1 size ii Were $17.98 BoY's LONG sL00z00: SPORT SHIRTS slzN 6 to 20 Were $2.98 $3.98 HUSTON and PAOLONE MEN'S and BOYS' STORE Mount Pulaski