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CLUB NOTES The Jabez Capps Barracks No. Will meet in the American Home. Monday, Feb. 13, at :30 P.m. All members who have not paid their 1961 membership dues are reminded that they are [now due. Any World War I vet-i eran contemilating joining with[ 4heir buddies in this important1 fast-growing organization are to come. Auxilia' mere- prospective members, are come for their meeting, at the same time and same place. The North Aetna Home Bureau Unit members met Wednesday, It I, at the home of Mrs. Harry With Mrs. Charles Roos as assistant hostess. A pot.luck din- ner was served at noon Mrs. Cecil teCrea gave a lessen on "Health Practices for a Happy Family" in the morning and Mrs. Ed Westen, tesson on "Social Development o2 the Family" during the aft- .ernoon sessions. The March meet- ins Will be held at the home of Ihrs. James Schilling with Mrs. narles Fink as co.hostes. The Ace High Bridge Club ;::'5 embers went to Lake Fork last Belay afternoon Feb. 3 where .,ars. Herman le'ver was 'hostess ! Prizes xvere won bv Mrs. A. J. Lyons Mrs Louis "Schafer and Grace Buckles. The Service Mothers of World  ar II, met on the last Friday of,, in an evening meeting. , the home of Mrs. Elmer Havesl ne principal business was "the annual election of officers, the following being re-elected: Mrs. John Bender, president; Mrs. An- na Ryan, vice. president; Mrs. bertDavid Hawk, secretary; Mrs. Her- Dk,!! Shelhammer, treasurer; Mrs. Dave Connolley Publicity. The Literature Unit of the Wo- man's Club will meet Tuesday; Feb. 14 at 7"30pm at the horn of Mrs.' Oswald lrker west of e city. The reviewer wiil be Mrs. rancis Myriek. ,,,The Good Will Society of St. ;omas Aquinas Catholic Chur- n met on the afternoon of Wed- n esday, Feb. 1, at the home of :urs. Harold Scheuler. After the business meeting Five Hundred as played, the prizes going to :as. Paul Beidler Mrs. Raymond Ix)s. LMrs. Claucle Litterly and : red Roth. No more meet- m,Will be held until after Lent. o_ e Literary Department of the onior Woman's Club will be tlhPtpned from Feb. 7 to Feb. irs. Oswald Brooker will be ae hostess on that date, at 7:30 m. Mrs. Francis Myrick will ,ve the book review. 2The Rebekah Lodge, Central o, is holding school of instruc- FREE! UMFFr TIME ONLY| tion on Friday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. Home Bureau Unit II will meet Monday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Charles Ey. The major lesson "Health Practices for a Happy Family," will be given by Mrs. Eugene Geyer. Mrs. Nqrman Schahl will give the short feature, "New Recipe Demonstration." Roll call will be "Something About One of the Holidays in February." The DWYW Club will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 14 at the home of Mrs. Udell Bellatti. This will be a Valentine Party, so each member should bring a valentine. The Birks Community Club will meet Friday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The Household Science Club will meet Friday, Feb. 17 at the home of Mrs. Sidney Lee with hostess. Roll call will be "My Favorite Floor Wax". Round table discussion will be, "How I Or- ganize my Home For Houseclean- ing". A paper on "Slick Tricks for Housecleaning" will be given by Mrs. Lee. Members are reminded to bring slips for the suggestion box. Guests are welcome. The Book Club met Monday night, Feb. 6, at the home of Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Mrs. Ray O. Zum- stein reviewed "The Horse Sold- iers", a Civil War story by Har- old Sinclair, a native of Bloom- ington. Mrs. Zumstein will be the next hostess. The Mentor Graham Unit of the ALM Hospital Auxiliary, will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Frank Talmage. Tray favors will be made. Those making cookies for Valentine's for the Nursing Home are reminded to have them at the home of Mrs. John Curtis Satur- day or Sunday. The Chestnut Home Bureau will meet Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the home of Mrs. Walter Richner at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Alvin Rentschler will be co-hostess. A potluck din- ner will be served at noon. Roll call will be "Quotations from Abraham Lincoln." The short feature will be "Braided Rugs" given by Mrs. Walter Richner. The major lesson, "Health Prac- tices for a Happy Family," will be given by Mrs. Robert Myers and Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich. The A V Class of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. John Romanotto Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 7:30 p.m. TIM]-]WS, Mount Pulmd IlL THDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961--5 The regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will be held in the Masonic Hall Monday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. The social hour will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland. Brownie Troop No. 236 went to Lincoln Tuesday evening, after school, where we visited Radio Station WPRC and the Postville Courthouse. It was a lot of fun. Mrs. Wilford Scroggin, Jr., Mrs. Dean Schultz and Mrs. Frederick Zimmermann, drove the cars that took us. Jo Ann Schott, Reporter. Brownie Troop No. 374 met at the Recreation Center at 4 p.m. The Brownies are making a Val- entine gift for their mothers. Next week the Brownies are going to i have a Valentine Party at Cleda Stoll's home at 4 p.m. for their mothers. Reporter - Leslie Thornton. The Clover Leaf Club will meet Friday, Feb. 24, with Mrs. Frank Wachter, at 2 p.m. Members will please note change of date and change of hostess. The Royal Neighbors of Ameri. ca, Protection Camp No. 1911 will meet Thursday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m. downstairs, in the IOOF building. The Naomi Circle of the WSCS of the Methodist Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Claus Tanner, Monday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome. Miscellaneous Shower } J For Recent Bride 1 A miscellaneous bridal show- t er, honoring Mrs. Leslie DePoister, . Jr., was held at the Cornland Christian Church, given" by mem- bers and friends, on Friday even- ing, Jan. 20th. There were around 70 present. The decorations were blue and white, with a colorful sprinkler, wedding bells and flowers add- ing to the decor. The guest of honor received many nice and useful gifts. Mrs. DePoister was the former Pat Shanle. She and her husband are now living at Lawton Army Base in Oklahoma, where he is stationed. NOTI If interested in Blue Cross, Blue Shield Health Protection, please contact. Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth [between Feb. 1 and Feb. 15. (2-9) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Broun Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stoll Jas. Hicke, Curator, Luncheon Speaker James T. Hickey, curator, Lin- coln Collection, Illinois State Hlg, torical Library', Springfield, will be featured speaker at a lunch- eon at 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Elks Club, Springfield. The affair is being held by Steph, enson Woman's Relief Corps 17, Auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic. The Relief Corps Auxiliary will also take part n the annual pilgrimage to Lin- coln's Tomb at 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, Lincoln's birthday. While Mr. Hickey and family reside in Elkhart township, they devote much time to duties of in- terest in Springfield. LEGION PLANNING FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER The American I.,egion officers, at their meting this week, plan- ned to hold a fried chicken sup- per on the first Saturday of the Sil.Tennial Celebration, July 22, They also decided that they will not have a tent space on the west side of the square where folks could "sit down and . . . rest?" We Have A Irge Selection Of Beautiful New Merchandise For Your Valentine Needs. Shop With Us l Jewelry Scarves ' Dresses Lingerie Hosiery Skirts Blouses Gloves Hankies Huston & Paolone Ladies Apparel "Give Us A Try Before You Buy" Mount Pulaski, Illinois THIS HANDSOME OTTOMAN IN YOUR CHOICE OF COLOR AND PATTERN WHEN YOU lIE-UPHOLSTER WiTH DU PONT VINYL UPHOLSTERY! 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