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ll-.,TIMES-NEWS (Mount Pdanb:L ill.) THURSDAY JAWUARY IL 1061 i $o!1r c,-. (Continued from page 1) SU.Tennial, with all those present joining in on the second btotus. lutroduas Sil-Temsial Ladl The Sil-Tennial Ladies, who have been named by the various mqganizations of the city, had! invited to appear in their I mes and to tell a little of the history of their organization[ which proved very interesting. The following were introduced by Floyd D. Buckles, Sil.Tennial lAles, Chairman: 3ohn's Lutheran Church-- ,Mrs. Oswald Brooker, taking place of Mrs. Adye Sued- who couldn't be pres- |  Lutheran Church--Mrs. odist Church (Wesley )Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer. i( an Church (Loyal Dau-  hters)--Mrs. L. K. Buckles, Roy'd Neighbors--Mrs, Frank Hutchison. Odd Fellows--Mrs. Loren Holme American Legion Auxiliary Mrs. George Meister. Lions Club: Mrs. Eugene Manes Junior Woman's Club: Mrs. Henry Buckles Mr. Pulaski Woman's Club: Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. ! Phoenix Fire Dept.: Mrs. Fred Holmes. Girl Scouts: Mrs. Ray Lynch. Home Bureau I: Mrs. August Hahn. /abez Capps Barracks: Miss S c iota B. Horn. Other Sll-Tennial Ladies who 7;ere unable to be present were: Christian Church (Ladies' Aid): Mm. Ellis C. Downing. Mr. Pulaski Riding Club: Leslie DePoister. Home Adviser Resigns Never-Grow-Old Society' Mrs. Anna Ellis. Rebekah Lodge: Mrs. Dean Wil- ham. Altar & Rosary Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Chur- ch: Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley. Home Bureau II: Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Legion Auxiliary: Mrs. George Meister. Mrs. Oswald Brooker is now Sil-Tennial Lady from the Glean- er's Class of the St. John's Luth- e.ran Church. Most of the Ladies appeared in Sil.Tennial costumes, and told of the period they represented. The costumes inspired others present to begin plans for their own dresses, to be ready for the big week in July. It is hoped we may hear the Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus often in the coming months. There are Mrs. Mabel Albrecht, who has many fine voices and they sing been Home Adviser for the past with enthusiasm. It is also hoped 14 years in Logan county, re- that more will join this group, signed as adviser in Logan coun- Many of the chorus had old time costumes, which brought forth ty at the January meeting of the favorable comments. County Home Economics Exten- The refreshment committee was sion Council, which became headed by Mrs. Gayland Green effective January 15. Mrs. Al- and Mrs. Orville McVey, who brecht organized Home Bureau in served cookies and coffee from an Logan county in 1946, which attractively arranged table, with brought extension work to the Mrs. Dee Buckles and Mrs. Gay- county. She has accepted a posi- land Green presiding, t_ion with the University of Ha- Cle Table Arzmgemeslt waii in Honolulu and will report The buffet table arranged by there February I. Mrs. J. T. Downing showed a repli- ca of the court house and public NOTE OF THANKS square, complete with fire engine I want to thank friends and and "Zip", the monkey, who in the early 1890s was a pet of Roy relatives for the cards, cigarettes, Beidler, and spent some time at and money I received while a the old waterworks pumping sta- patient at the Hines Hospital. tion in the northeast part of the All was appreciated. square. Many will remember that Ernest Easter. monkey. The program chairman for the Sell it with a Classified Ad. V S PAINTS ALL THE NEW SHADES AND TINTS OR YOUR OWN SPECIAL COLOR MATCHED WHILE YOU WAIT. affair, from the two clubs, were Mrs. Paul Beidler, Mrs. Paul Volle and Mrs. Larry Montgomery. Safest Place To Keep Itl Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's preci- ous jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Depos, it Box. 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Temperature reached 50 es Bene, Iit is off to an early start. Co-chairmen Earl Holmes and Todd Buchler. are announcing plans for a tiara & Bean Sup- per to be held at the Chestnut grade school cafeteria on Friday night, Jan. 27, serving to begin at 5 p.m. There will be all the ham and beans that anyone can eat, and corn bread and pie will be serv- ed. Donations for the food will be adults, $1.25 and grade school children. 75c. Mrs. Wallace Cowan will be in charge of food preparation and Mrs. Richard Stoll and Miss Aurelia Stoll will supervise the dining room. They will be assist- ed by Mesdames Clifford Leim. baugh, John Troyer, Harry Last, Raymond Koenig, Emmanuel Hunter, Clarence Winkelmann, Kenneth Gerdes, Carl Sprague, Russel Rockwell. Several more ladies are being recruited to help. A house-to-house canvass will be made in the township for cash donations and the promises of pies for the supper by the follow- ing: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll, Popcorn; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stoll, Regan; Mr. and Mrs. Em- manuel Hunter. Bowles; Mr. and Mrs. Har D Last, Independence; Mr. and Mrs. James Schilling, Harmony; Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl Sprague, Union; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowan. Mr. Airy; and, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Bricke, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Shull, Mr. and Mrs., Raymond Koenig, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reidle, Miss Aurelia Stoll and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Buehler, i Chestnut and the business dis- trict. for a winter high. No rain. B --' what do you expect on Friday tl I 13th ? Saturday had an early morn temperature reading of 38 grees. Cloudy, no wind. Mercia7 rose to the 50 degree mark. Sunday was a miserable dal. Chilly, and rain all day. Monday dawned with icy wall and streets where rain had fr- en to a thin layer of ice. WaS soon gone as the day warmed $ Li few degrees. Low this morning be was 28 and high reached up a: of bout 10 degrees to 38. Remainea te cloudy and dark all day, but no Tl mositure fell. of Tuesday was another beautiful II] at and comfortable day. The temper- ature rose from an early 30 de- grees to near 50. Was cloudy pl at first but sun came out by midl th morning and from all indicationS 1( ol spring was here???? e Wednesday's temperature waS 28 degree; cloudy and stormy looking all day. Snow predicted tc but it missed this area. b,. Upon looking out the windo e Wednesday night about 11:50 it looked foggy and upon closer ob- servation was seen to be snoW. A hard snow storm was in pro- gress and. by Thursday morning had covered the area with about and inch, which indicated the storm had been a short one. The temperature was around 20 de grees. 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