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MJRCH 1, 1951 I Lu00s- I A mJ,, t 2 p.m., Friday, March 2, the tIneVer.Grow.Old,s.|t will meet at I r- home of Mrs. Kelsey Ander- |. Assisting hostess will be !] arB. Della FAnert. the Legion Auxiliary will meet the Legion home at 2 p.m., )aday, March 5th. The time a been changed because of the aStrel Show that night. The a'lct director, Mrs. Pearl De. ore, Towanda, will give a talk l district activitie Light re- hrnents will be served. All rtembers are urged to attend. 1 The Book Club will meet Mon- LaY evening, March 12, in the ,ae of Mrs Ray O. Zumstein. r date is one week later than e regular schedule, changed t to the Minstrel Show March g t s The Lutheran Workers of the t t $ohn's T..-  ,uu]eran church, will | eet at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, i |eh 7, with Mrs. Walter A. hater. L The Library Club will meet :  the library rooms at 2:30 p. :rb " TUesday, Iarch 6th. Hostess- .. ,, are Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. ch tUZabeth Volle, Mrs Frank Tal- age and Mr Francis Myrick. e program will include music, ad raoving picture to be shown William Myrick. uy Mrs. SEE THESE NEW NUMBERS AT CLEAR'S LITTLE GIRL DRESSES I to 6X ............ $2.10 7 to 12 ............ $2.98 New Styles In Womens FRUIT-OF.THE-LOOM COTTON FROCKS 81 9 to 15, 12 to 20, 20 to 44 $2.98 and $3.98 WHITE COTTON SLIPS Wide Eylet Trim Slil .............. $1.98 ,32-44 ............ $2.79 w WHITE COTTON BLOUSES 32 to 38 $1.50 TIlE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS iPAGE kind acts extended us during our recent bereavement, in the death of our beloved brother, George Bender. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shaffer, Sisters and Brother. HOSPITAL NEWS ..... ! = Home Bureau Unit 2, will hold an all-day meeting at the Tom- linson Rec Monday, March 5, be. ginning at 9 in the morning, for all members wishing to do or learn Chair Caning. Each mem- ber is to bring a chair or chairs to be caned; also, wax, soap, oil or similar lubricant for use on the cane, six pegs at least two inches long to fit holes of ahair seat, wiping rags, razor blades, small scissors or fingernail file. A sack lunch will be served at noon. Leaders for this Special Class are Mrs. Clarence Romer and Mrs. John Bender. Next regular meeting of the American Legion will be held in its home at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 6th. Home Bureau, Unit 1, will meet in the Legion Home, Friday, Mar. 2, at 2 p.m. The Logan county home advisor, Mrs. Mabel Al- brecht, Lincoln, wilt present the major lesson on "Planning Emergency Meals," while the minor lesson on "Picture Fram- ing," will be given by Mrs. Julian Sams. The Junior Woman's Club will meet in the Legion Home this Thursday, March 1, at 8 p.m. The program will be under the De- partment of Conservation. The i chairman, Mrs. Gayland Green, will present the speaker, Joseph Falletti, Lincoln. The March hos- tesses are: Mrs. Wesley Carter, Mrs. T. A. Gupton Jr., Mrs. Don- ald Horn, Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. Wilford Sehaffenacker, Mrs. Wll- ford Scroggin Jr., Mrs. Wade Schott, Miss Phyllis Dittus, and Miss oan Drabing. CARD OF THANKS I am indeed very grateful for the many acts of kindness shown me during the illness and fol- lowing the death of my beloved brother, Edward W. Barry, and want to thank all. Also want to: thank everyone for the expres- sions of sympathy. Mrs. Mary Chumbley, Latham, Illinois. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends for their acts of kindness during the illness and following the death of our beloved husband and fa- ther, Martin Grathwohl of Chest- nut. Also want to thank al for their expressions of sympathy. Mrs. Martin Grathwohl and Family. CARD OF THANKS We deeply appreciate the t words of sympathy and the many Mrs. Stewart Tracy, living west of Cornland, was admitted to the Deaconess hospital Saturday, for surgery. Mrs. Mattie Haynes, Cornland, was dismissed Saturday from the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln aft- er being a medical patient there the past couple of weeks. Mrs. John Matheny of Chest- nut, entered the Deaconess hos- pital Saturday for medical treat- ment and care. Darrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoll, southeast of the city, fell on the concrete walk Wednesday, during the noon hour, at the consolidated grade school and sustained head in. juries. He was taken in the Schahl ambulance to the Dea. coness hospital in Lincoln for X- ray examination and treatment. 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