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ND FEBRUARY 8, 1951 : .... PAGI ]rlVl WORDS OF ApPRZCIATION J LUB S The Woman's Club will meet }riday Feb 9 at 3:00 o'clock in the I'gion "home, under the de- .artment of Art. Mrs. George A. Olle is program chairman. An ln_Structive talk will be given by Miss Lena Watt head of the decorating department of Stet- ect n Potteries, Lincoln, who, will ure on "China Painting, and also have an exhibit. At this time the annual Abraham Lin- ln Tea will be featured. The t mae of the meeting has been Changed because of the World uay of Prayer. puThe regular meeting of the Mr. laski Chapter No. 466, Order of Eastern Star, will be held in  tbe Masonic Hall Monday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. MWedneaday evening, Feb. 7, the Ounty Pulaski Commandery No. 39, Knights Templar, served an oYster supper at 6 o'clock in the Masonic Hall, after which the Order of the Temple was confer- red. When the Ladie's Aid Society of the Christian church met on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 1, at the Mrs. J. M. Rothwell home, With Mrs. Dan Blackford and Mrs Oran Scroggin, as assisting hostesses, the occasion became dOUbly interesting. It was learn- ed that the members were he p- Ing Mrs. Rothwell celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Wilbert Schahl was hos- tess to members of the Book Club Monday night. Mrs. Ray O. Zum- stein reviewed the book, "The liItched Parsonage," by Wil- "am Stanley Braithwaite. The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas church met on MOnday afternoon, Feb. 5, at the home of Mrs Edward Goddard. Most of the members and a few guests were pres$nt. After the business meeting Five Hundred Was enjoyed. High honors were Warded Miss Anna Fuhrer, Mrs. arold Hubbard, Mrs. Frank BUckles and Mrs. Steve Patterson. The Latham Community Home 13ureau will not meet until Tues- day, Feb. 27, when Mrs. Robert Seefeldt will be hostess. The Household Science Club Will meet Friday, Feb. 16, at 2 P-re., in the home of Mrs. Elmer Mier with Mrs. Chester Hughes and Mrs. Mattie Medford assist- ing hostesses. Answer to roll call Will be "The Things I Do To Keep I-Ieal_.thy.,, Mrs. Gerusa Hayes will ! l If you want the best come.to NGRAM BROS. where me finest awaits your selection. Buy a Skelgas Range during Februm.y. Get 6.months Sket- gas Free. See us at once--- it OWls Do Not Avoid Daylightl On the contrary, most of their time is passed in full exposure to light They are fond of sun- ning- themaelves. 1. Dr. P. Chalmers Mitchell, Official GUide to the London Zoo, 1907. ive a talk on "First Aid In The Home." Round table, "Eating for Health." The Willing Workers class of ! the Christian church met Tues- day evening, Feb. 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker. It was decided that the class motto would be James 1, 22, "Be ye doers of the word and not hearers only." After the business meet- ing several games were enjoyed, and refreshments served. Girl Scout Troop No. 14 met at the Tomlinson Rec Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6. Plans were made for a Valentine party to be given at the next meeting. Work was done on scrap books and swipers for the hospitals. Patrol leaders for the various badges are as follows: Patsy In- gram, cooking badge; Donna Rogers, second class badge; Rose- mary Thornton, sewing badge. Janet Downing, Sec. and Scribe. Mount Pulaski Home Bureau, Unit II, will meet with Mrs. Otto Roos at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 12. A potluck dinner will be given at noon. The major lesson, "Vari- ation of Yeast Breads," will be presented by Mrs. Albert Horn and Mrs. Lyle Doom, and the LEE BARBER SHOP MOVED INTO G. F. WAIT BUILDING When Dr. G. F. Wait recently retired from the practice of dentistry, he rented his building on West Cooke street to Virgil Lee, who moved his barber shop equipment there the first of the week. Mr. Lee and family lived up- stairs above the barbershop form erly located in the Weidenbach er building on South Washington. They will now live in the back of the Wait building with the barber shop in the front. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitlatch who had occupied the living quarters in the Wait building, have moved to an apartment in the Harry Lucas home on South Marion street. COMING TO MOUNT PULASKI MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH S i The Mount Pulaski minor lesson, "Picture Appreci-Fin an entertainment feature that ation," will be given by Mrs. will look like, sound like, and Otto Ey. 'will be a real minstrel perform- ance. Get your tickets mow, from any member of the school band. This is a benefit show in help- ing to finance the summer band and music program. Phone Us Your News! We wish to expres our sincere thanks to all the friends who re- members us with cards, letters, flowers, and gifts upon the arriv- al of our baby son. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Buckles, and John Alan. 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