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CEUB NOTES The Loyal Daughters Class of the Christian church, will meet in the church Tuesday, Feb. 21, at "30inP. m. The devotional will charge of Mrs. Herman Wood. The hostesses are: Mrs. Guy Hatfield, chairman; Mrs. Marie Lucas, Mrs. C. H. Leckbee, Mrs. Lillie Green. Mrs. Florence Fellows. New officers, elected at a previous meeting, will take charge as follow. Mrs. Kenneth Renner, president';" Mrs. Dean Schultz vice-president. Mrs. Aden Kuhns,' secretars,; Mrs. Herbert Stivers treasurer. The Altar and Rosary Society of  the St. Thomas Aquinas Cath-: olic church, met this Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16, at the home of Mrs. Ray Hummel, on North Garden St. Members made band- ages for the Missions. The Music Unit of the Woman's Club Will meet Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, 3225 Holly Drive, Decatur. Mrs Francis My- rick Will give the program. Tills meeting was originally scheduled to be held in the Mrs. Wm. My- rick home, so please note the Change to the Williams home. Mrs. Norman Sehahl, living northwest of the city, was host- ess to the DW Club Wednesday, Feb. 8. Pinochle was played and Prizes awarded Mrs. Edward Ruwe, Mrs. Walter Shroeder Mrs. Orena Opperman and Mrs. Alvina oos. Mrs. Oswald Brooker and -Mrs. Eugene Tendick were guests. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Walter Shroed- er March 8th. The Lake Fork Community Club Will hold a potluck supper, Friday, Feb. 17, at 6 p.m. Pop and coffe Will be served Everyone is invited to attend. " Mrs. Franklin Bohn will hold an " . t" Advanced Clothing Construe- non.' Cla at her home near Lake rorg, for the Cornland Home Bu- reau members, Friday, Feb. 17 at 1 P.m. Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. there Will be a Craft Day at the home f_ "Mrs. Normal Bohn. " The Potholders Club will meet yCednesday, Feb. 22 at 1:30 p.m. n )he .home of Mrs. Franklin C ayne, Just north of the Christian gnurcn. Each member is asked to gg Cookies and also a 25 cent The Birk's Community Club Will meet Friday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 P.m. in the Birk's school south o ht " Pulaski. The princital part "v program will be the showf ing of a Chicago fire by the Chic of the Illiopolis Fire Department. MUsic Will be furnished by talent cml Mount Pulaski. L:_ irl Scout Troop 236 met at the erary on Tuesday afternoon aft- :nool. We practised our play and took a penny h]ke. Jo Ann Schott. The Zion Lutheran PTL will !. ,,met Friday evening, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the school. The pas- tor will have a short topic and students will put on the same program that they presented at the Woman's Club last week. Members are to bring cherry sur- prises. The Ruth Circle of the Meth- odist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Oscar Shull on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 9:30 a.m. The Book Unit of the Woman's Club met Tuesday evening, Feb. 14, at th'e home of Mrs. Oswald Brooker west of the city. Mrs. Francis Myrick reviewed Cid Ricketts Sumner's book, "Tammy TI Me True". TIMES-NEWS, Mouat Pulaski, IlL, USDA'Y, PlUI'UAIIY 15, | i ill i i illll 2 NEW SIL.TENNIAL LADIES Two new Sil-Tennial Ladies have been named. Mrs. June Crawford will represent the East- ern Star Chapter and Mrs. Albert Horn will be the American Legion representative. This bring the total to 25 ladies. The deadline for Ladies to be named is March 10th. be held and final plans made for the annual 4-H Club Rally. Each 4-H Club in Logan county LS encouraged to send a repre- sentative to this meeting, since it is at this time that many of the plans for tho ensuing year will be made. Recreation will be provided. MELAINE JANE RIGGS BAPTIZED SUNDAY MORNING Melanie Jane Riggs, infant dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Riggs was baptized during the morning worship services at the Zion Luth- eran Church, Sunday morning, by 4-H CLUB MEETING IN LINCOLN FEB. 20th The regular scheduled monthly meeting of the Logan County 4-H Club Federation will be held on The Service Mothers of World lMonday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the pastor, the Rev. Martin Rothe. War II will meet Friday, Feb. 24, ] the Farm Bureau Building at Lin- Mrs. John W. Martin and Earl at 7 p.m. at the residence of Mrs. I c01n. The election of officers will Riggs were sponsors. Steve Patterson. SHOWER AT LATHAM HELD THURSDAY FOR CAROLYN SHEEHAN A miscellaneous shower, honor- ing Carolyn Sheehan of Latham, was held Thursday evening, Feb., 9, at the Latham Fire House, with 70 guests present. The decorations carried out a Valentine theme, with a string of hearts coming down to a bride doll standing on a stairway. Red and white was the color scheme. Games were enjoyed and fav- orite recipes presented the guest of honor Delicious refreshments were served. The hostesses were: Mrs. James Kelly, Mrs. Clark Curry, Mrs. Robert Howe, Mrs. Sam Murdoek, Mrs. Ralph Waddell, Mrs. Roy Gasaway and Mrs. Edward Shee- han. Miss Sheehan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sheehan of Latham, and will become the bride of Robert Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Townsend, of Decatur. in March. The bride-to-be will be honor- ed with a personal shower at the home of Mrs. Don 'Long in War- rensburg on March 2nd, and a luncheon and shower will also be given in the home of Mrs. Fred Ammann, in Decatur, in the near future. MR- AND MRS. FRANKLIN SHANLE AND FAMILY MOVE Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Shanle, Jr., and children, Cindy and Kevin who have been living southwest of Mount Pulaski, moved Thurs- day, Feb. 9, to the farm formerly !nnerated by the late Karl Bender. 1--- " -- " Mr i On Friday mght, Feb. 10, . and Mrs. Edward Allspach gave a farewell party honoring the family, having the neighbors in for the evening. HI-FI STEREO PHONOGRAPHS REDUCED AT STAHLS "'SPECIALS.,, CUBE STEAK .......................................... 89c MI NTI' STEAK .......................................... 69c BOUND STEAK or SWISS ...................... 69c SMOKED SAUSAGE .............................. 6Vc SAUSAGE BULH, (whole hog) .............. 49c Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 49c 55c 45c BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE I/9 BEEF Choice ........................................ lb. I'IIND QUARTER ............................................ lb. FRONT QUARTER ........................................ lb. Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturday MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS BY ORCHIDS DOUD'S CLOTHING MOUNT PULASKI w , C)3L00 NOTE O1" THAN]r.S We want to thank all those who helped in any way to make our Ham and Bean Supper the sue- cess that it was, for the Benefit of the Polio Fund-- the workers, contributors at the supper and all those who sent money, also for the use of the school. Earl Holmes Todd Buehler CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our friends and relatives for the flowers, the words of sympathy and other re, membrances at the home of the death of our loved one Mrs. Lydia Bahn. The Family. A new pillow cushion,., the first new, comfort feature added to casual shoes since the cushion arch and insole. A thick, billowy foam insole from heel to toe, cushions your foot with every step. Be sure to come In soon and see these new and wonderful shoes for yourself , . . you have never dreamed that walking could be so much fun until you try on a pair of Pillow Walkers by Orchids. $7.95 BED AND SHOES ILLINOIS 1960 G E APPLIANC STAHL'S AT PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI -:- ILLINOIS REFRIGERATORS - RANGES . WASHERS AND DRYERS "All Must Go At Drastically Reduced Prices To Make Room For A New Carload" GET AS HIGH AS $190.00 FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR-- AS HIGH AS $250.00 FOR YOUR OLD WASH- ER on G.E. AUTOMATIC WASHER & DRYER AS HIGH AS $100.00 FOR YOUR OLD RANGE ON A G.E. ELECTRIC RANGE These Are "ROCK BOTTOM" PRICES ON 1960 STOCK LIMITED NUMBER LEFT OF EACH AT PULASI STAHL HARDWARE-