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CLUB NOTES Home Bureau I will meet on Priday, March 3, at the American --" -gion Home, at 2 p.m. The les- n "Health Practices for a Hap- Y "Family" will be given by }irs Fred Froehlich and Mrs. _]loyd Buckles Members unable attend, pick up the lessons at r" nnollev's Drug store within 10 m 'ilays. " The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church will meet on +:'hur.lay, March 2, at 2 p.m. in I K he church. Mrs. David Hawk and Irs. Rachel Little are hostesses. T he Ladies Aid of the Zion ]Lutheran Church of Chestnut will !Ineet Thursday, March 2, lor an dl-day meeting at 9 a.m. The adies are starting a new project DI ff making a scrap book for the :hurch. Anyone having pictures t ),r clippings of interest of the murch or of the members please rang them to this meeting. A _. potluck dinner will be held at loon. Please bring a dish to pass and own table service The regu- 4ar meeting will start at 1:15 pzn. The American Legion Auxiliary of Chestnut will have their meet- " ):trig, Monday, March 6, at 7:30 p. In. The Legion birthday party i  Will be celebrated. Each family Plreei bring a pie. Mrs. Eugene roger and Mrs. Albert Bahn nake up the committee for the evening. Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, 3225 I4 ollv Drive Decatur will be hos- tess to the Music Unit oI th Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club, Tue'sday, Feb. 28 at 9:30 The program l 'a'il 1 I a.m. i given by Mrs. Francis llYrick. ,.i..h Mrs" Steve Patterson will be hostess to the Service Mothers of World VCar II on Friday, Feb. 24, at 7 P.m. Members of the Never-Grow- d Society will meet Friday, arch 3, at 2 p.m., in the home "  Mrs. Otto Roos on North Mason p t. The members are'requested to Wear their Sil-Tennial dresses. ),lembe of the Past Presidents !of the V, oman's Club will meet 'Saturday_ , Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. in :: the home of Mrs. Lloyd L. Hrgis, : 328 Peoria 'St., Lincoln. ; The Lutheran Workers of the St. John's Lutheran Church will meet at the home of ,Mrs. 'alter Schafter, Wednesday, March 1, at 2 p.m. ; The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran Church will meet on Thursday, March 2, at the church With Mrs Louis Mercier as hos- tess. The WSCS of the Methodist Church, Will meet Thursday, Mar. 2 at the church. Prayer time v,il be at 1:45 p.m. and the regina eeting will be at 2 p.m. Mrs. orman Horn will be worship ader and Mrs. Bertha Jenner , program leader. .Iostesses am , trs. Dean Scott, Mrs. Andy Wig- gers, Mrs. A. M. Parks, Mrs. Ellis ,rede.nstiner and Mrs. Isadore orr}hnson. All officers and Circle namnen will have an executive COmmittee meeting at 1 p.m. The Past Noble Grand Club Will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Mier Monday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 P.m. CARD OF THNKS "r f''e Wmh to thank all our r ntis, neighbors and relatives pno assisted us in any way dur- Lri v the dlness and death of our L roved wife and mother, Mrs. Ydia Bahn. Especially, thanks to the ladies of the Chestnut Methodist Church, Rev. Trueblood, SOloist, organist and pallbearers. All were deeply appreciated. The Family. mmlm  We want to thank all our to, ends and relatives for words e  s?[mpathy, flowers, and all oth- . mOUghtfulness at the time of me death of our loved one, Clar- ence Cecil Buckles. The Family. CARD OF THANKS W It" e_ wat to thank all of our e ends and relatives for the flow- for' t h, e Words of s)Tnpathy, and tim vmer remembrances at the h: of the loss of mv beloved e;?and and our father, Hester A. Mrs. Lucy Key, , and Children. MARCH MEETING OF HOME EC UNITS The major topic to be discuss- ed in the ttome Bureau units dur- ing March will be "Your Person- al Clothing Plan". This will be given by local leaders who re- ceived training the latter part of February. by 3]Iiss Marjorie Sohn, Extension Clothing Specialist. This lesson is designed to help TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL Ill., TILqDAY, IBRUABY , Ig61--5 f homemakers plan a wardrobe of coordinated costumes to meet their [ersonal clothing needs. Homemakers are urged to at- tend their Match unit meetings and participate in this interesting discussion. Short features will he given by local leaders on sub- jects selected by the units. Also, at these meetings home- makers should give their unit chairmen ideas what they would.  THANKS like in(.luded in the program for I My sincere thanks and appret- 1962. Since program planning is]ation to all friends and relatives coming up in April, this will give I who sent cards, letters, and tele. the committee something to work  phone calls, and for .your p.raye ........ i while i was a panent m Dau on in preparalions for tnls meet- . . ' " [State Hospital and since return* ing and also the unit chairmen[ing to my home. will know what their members Henry StoltZ. are most interested in, which will [help in selecting the lessons for Egotism: Mediocrity's to eJcp next year's program, frustration. Hurry, Hurry To STAHL'S ALE END HOUSEHOLD I FURNISHINGS Last Chance to SAVE MONEY  on LOVELY We S+;[I Have Box Spring $29.95   f Mattresses These are New Formerly Sold for $009.95 All Our Beddi.g O. Sale ! r NEW SHIPMENT OF HOWE00IJ DINETTES $79.95 PLENTY OF Chairs We have left in these groups: 2 Chairs Sold for $59.95 for $39.95 6 Chairs Sold for S59.95 for $49.95 meLty more ,rim PRICES SLASHED zle. the Cloee of our Stahl Furniture MOUNT PULASKI i []