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CLUB NOTES 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. The Ladies' Aid Society of the St. John's Lutheran Church, will meet Thursday, Feb. 2, at 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Walter A. Schafer on North Vine St. In January the society re-elected all old officers for the ensuing year, as follows: Mrs. Edward Gulso, president; Miss Anna Roth, vice- president; Mrs. Dave O. Brady, Secretary; Mrs. John Bender, treasurer. The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church met Thursday afternoon, Jan. 19, at the home of Mrs. Dar- rell Knauer on North Lafayette Street. Members of the Never-Grow- Old Society will meet Friday, Feb. 3, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Clarence Bowers on North Spring Street. The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Will meet Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 1:30 P.m., at the home of Mrs. Harold Seheuler on North Wash- ington Street. The Former Presidents of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club will meet Saturday afternoon, Jan. 28, at the home of Miss Sciota Horn. The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet in the church on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m., With Mrs. Walter Barrels in charge of the program, and Mrs. Andrew Wiggers the worship service. The hostesses are Miss Nelle Vandevender, Mrs. Dale Neaville, Mrs. Clarence Cecil BUckles, Mrs. Luster Skaggs. The Ladies Morning Circle of the St. John's Lutheran Church Will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 9:30 a.m. at the church. Mrs. Merle Lucas Will be hostess. The Literary Department of the Senior Woman's Club will be lostponed from Feb. 7 to Feb. 14. Mrs. Oswald Brooker will be the hostess on that date, at 7:30 P.m. Mrs. Francis Myrick will give the book review. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church, will meet on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m., in the church, with Mrs. Clarence Unland as hostess. The Copeland Christian Church has chosen Mrs. Meria Bowers as their Sil-Tennial Lady. There are now 24 Sil-Tennial Ladies repre- Senting various organizations in the community. The Mount Pulaski Riding Club met Wednesday evening, Jan. 18 for their regular nnthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Stoll. Activities for the Sil- Tennial were discussed. Austin Schaffenacker is to secure more information on this. After the business meeting cards and other games were enjoyed. Refresh- ments were served. The club will join the llliopolis Saddle Club, "there, for a potluck supper, on February 20th. Robert Etherton Will show color movies of the 1960, 100-mile trail ride. The Sans Sousi "500" Club met :he home of Mrs. Ruth Berry on onesday evening, San. 18. Priz- es were awarded Mrs. Rena Bueh- ler, Mrs. Hallie Buckles, Mrs. Claude Litterly and Eva Start. The next hostess is Mrs. Harvey Robinson. The Tuesday Afternoon Club Will hornemot Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Mrs. Fred Froehlich. "-.13 OFF ALL SLEEPWEAR in. uding cotton quilted and flan- tlel robes for wome md child- . Also fkmnel gowns and pa- Jmn. Huston & Plone X.tes AL Mt Pulaski, IlL -----_____ FOR CIILLIOMI llERVICE 2-5418 Circle' Study Group ' To Observe First Anrdversary Feb. 2 The Circle Study Groups of the St. John's Lutheran Church, will observe the First Anniversary of their organization with a dinner in the church parlors on Thurs- day, Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Alander of Spring. field, will be the dinner speaker. Mrs. Alander lived in Africa for some years and will speak out of her personal knowledge of the Customs, the Religion, the Culture and the Politics of Africa. This topic is very timely and should prove to be both interesting and educational. All women of the church and community are cordially invited to share the fellowship of the evening meal and to hear Mrs. Alander's presentation, which will include a display of African Art items. CELEBRATED 8th BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY RECENTLY Julian E'erett Stoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll celebrated his 8th birthday, recently, with a party at the home of his parents in Chestnut. Those present were: Cathy Ruwe, Joyce Roos of Bea- son; Tommy Jordan, Pamela Mc- Kinley, Dennis Aughenbaugh, Darlene Howe, Bobby Brickey, Jo Ann Lyon, John Jaggi, Cathie Rockwell, Roger Knoy, and Karen, Marilyn, J. Eldon, Julian and Key in Stoll of Chestnut; Mrs. John [-Iassebrock, Sr., Mount Pulaski, and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe of Beason. JAMES L. WILLIAMS IN PLAY "THE CLOD" James L. Williams will star as Thaddeus Trask in the play "The Clod", to be presented by Town and Gown on Feb. 17 and 18 in Mbert Taylor Hall on the Milli- kin University campus. Town and Gown is a drama club con- sisting of Millikin students and towns people. James is a junior this year at Millikin where he is majoring in speech. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams, formerly of Chestnut, now living in Decatur, and is a graduate of the Mount Pulaski Township High School. .NZWS (Mmmt  IlL) THURSDAY, CHESTNWr LUTI-IAN MISSION SOCIETY MEETING THURSDAY The Lutheran Woman's Miss. ionary League of Chestnut Zion Lutheran Church, held their regu- lar quarterly meeting, Thursday, Jan. 19, with a luncheon at noon, in the church. Guests included Mrs. Floyd Hewitt, zone chairman and Viola Larceen of Decatur, and Josephine Richner and Janice Dittus, of Chestnut. A committee planned to attend the worship program "Missions Of Mercy," at the State School in Lincoln, Tuesday morning, Jan. 24th. Mrs. Harriett Winkelmann and Mrs. Ida Wurth were ap- pointed in charge of making a float for the Mt. Pulaski Sil-Ten- nial Parade, Saturday, July 29. Mrs. Mary Drake and Mrs. Hele Opperman were appointed delegates for the District Conven- tion of Central Illinois, to be held Wednesday, May 24 in the 4-H building at the State Fair Grounds in Springfield. Alternate delegates are Mrs. Dorothy Schroth and Mrs. Nellie Leim- bach. An invitation to a Smorgas- board dinner, Thursday, Feb. 16, at 12:30 p.m., by the LWML of Lincoln, was read. Those want- ing to go should make reserva- tions with Mrs. Helen Reintschler before Feb. 9th. Reservations are $1.00. The Clinton LWML extended an invitation to their local organ- ization meeting, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. A local family night was plan- ned for March 5th. Mrs. Shirley 3ensen and Mrs. Anita Rentsch- ler were appointed to visit new comers to the community. An interesting feature of the meeting was an educational top- ic, "Woman on a Mission" was given by a panel, namely Mrs. Shirley ffensen, Mrs. Dorothy Schroth, Mrs. Anita Rentsehler, Mrs. Alice Koenig, led by Mrs. i Margaret Kirchner, the summary of which was "Mission Accomp- lished". The next meeting will be April 20, at 1 p.m. Hard Drinker: One who finds drinking the easiest thing in the world. 3LmORS NAMED IN COUNTY Petit Jurors have been named to appear in Logan County Court at Lincoln on Monday, Jan. 30. Those selected from the south part of Logan county are: Mount Pulaski: Carolyn Dill- saver, Glenn Vaughan, Marguer- ite McCarthy. Latham: Dorothy L. Potter. Beason: Harlan Gene Atteberry. Elkhart: Emma Jean Bobell Mary Walsh, Norma Jean Graue. Cornland: Jessie Ann Moore. Broadwelh Charles E. Ridge way and Paul V. Hanahan.  _% - %- %%%-  IA'TTERBOX Chicago, Illinois January 24, 1961 Mr. Harry J. Wible, Publisher Mount Pulaski Times-News Mount Pulaski, Ililnois. Dear Mr. Wible: We certainly hope that we will be able to watch the Sil.Tennial festivities next July. Propensity for hirsute manifes- tations seems to be a structural impossibility, however, I shall continue to wear my eight year old mustache for what it is worth. Honestly, I think my Indian blood has gone to my head when I look at the beard, or lack of it, that is mine. Good luck to the losers. I am with you in spirit. I am with Mount Pulaski in spirit anyway. I remember the, Centennial. It seems ages ago when one of the Van Hook girls tripped over something  her Methodist church. I Aunt Maude playing a part in/ the Centennial Pageant at the / high school. She was my favor, l ite aunt. If there are "good old l days" this early in life, thee am ! mine. Kindest regards, Walter E. Ft. Leonard January Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goodpastm" 102 South Washington Street Mount Pulaski, Illinois .............. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Goodpaster: It affords me great I inform you of the ability displayed by your Richard, during guard mount on January 15, 1961, which sulted in his selection as Outstanding Soldier of the mental Guard. This based on overall military ing, appearance, knowledge guard orders and eleanllne weapons. To be selected for thfw outstanding position entails in, tensive preparation, knowledge and exactness o! sentation. ;i The winner of this competition is awarded the honorary title I Orderly to the Regimental c00:l mander for the following daYl and, as such, accompanies him on I official inspections, for! I You are to be congratulated having a son possessing the standing attributes of attention ! duty and a desire to excel in .service of his country. F. H. Hartline, Colonel, Infantry Commanding. gown?) when she paraded at the Sarong: A dish towel that mA,, ":l fold-fashioned style show at the ] "'-- i good. . : i, INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. 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See your Dodge Dealer. DODGE lANCER The best values on wheels-are at ybur dependable DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. COOK & LAFAYETTE DODGE dealer MT. PULASKL