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MARCH 8, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE LUll S - A. V. Class of the Metho- Itch, will meet Tuesday, at 7:30, in the home of Shull on North Mar- Assisting hostesses are D. Allsopp, Mrs. W. G. and Mrs. Robert Cope- regular meeting of the of Eastern Star will be the Masonic Hall Mon- The American Legion Auxili- ary will give a birthday potluck supper at 6 p.m. Friday, March 16, in the Legion home, to en- tertain the members of organ- izations and their families. Please bring own table service. Mount Pulaski Home Bureau, Unit II, will meet at 2 p.m Mon- day, March 12, at the home of Edward Ruwe, west of the city, instead of with Mrs. C. W. Rothwell}. The major lesson on "How Life Insurance Aids the Family Security," will be present ed by Mrs. Floyd Kelly and Mrs. BURNS MID-TOWN INC. ON ROUTE 36 AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET Phone 167 West Edge ILLIOPOLIS, ILL. SALES & SERVICE VACATION TIME IS PLEASURE TIME 12. A potluck supper Karl Dittus. The minor lesson, held at 6 p.m. and the "Picture Framing," will be giv- IN are asked to bring a en by Mrs. John Bender. The dish and own service, county adviser, Mrs. Mabel A1- meeting will take brecht, will not be present. 1941 at 7:30 p.m. Clara A. Har- The Junior Hired Hands 4-H 1941 of Decatur, Associate club will hold a bake sale Satur- Conductress of the Grand day, March 24, at the Myers Serv 1941 Order of Eastern Star, ice Co. on the east side of the will be present to give square. on initiation cere- All members are urged The Ladies' Aid of the Zion theran church will meet in the church basement, Thursday, Ray O. Zumstein will be March 15 at 2 p.m. Hostesses will the Book Club on Mon- be Mrs. Henry Remmert and Mrs. eVening, March 12th. Willard Remmert. Woman's Club will meet - Legion home Friday, Mar. F4REWELL PARTY 2:30 p.m., under the Depart- of Public Relations of i FOR TRAGO FAMILY Mrs. C. E. Hildreth is the On Friday evening, March 2, The speaker will be a group of friends and neigh-i a displaced per- burs gathered at the Charles Estonia who is now Trago home in the Birks school music and chemistry at community south of the city for in Decatur. a farewell party. The Trago fam- Birk's Community Club, ily has moved to a farm west of the city, will meet in of Mount Pulaski. school Friday even- The party group included: Mr. 16. The program com- and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and has planned a one-act family, Mr. and Mrs. John Stoph- Lunch will be served by or and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit -It Club girls, who will use Voile and son, Mr. and Mrs. taken in for summer Robert Shanle, Mr. and Mrs. activities. Duane Copeland and daughter, * Mrs. Udell Bellatti and daugh- Ladies' Aid Society of the ter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti, LUtheran church, Chestnut, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stopher and it regular business meeting sons, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eris- church Thursday after- man. Mr. and Mrs. George Stoph- March 1st. Following the er, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulso Thursday, April 5, and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest will be served by Hild, and son, Mr. and Mrs. Her- having birthday's bert Shellhammer, Mr. and Mrs. quarter, they being, Mes- Roland Halstead and son, Mr. Alvin Rentschler, Verna and Mrs. Kenneth Trago and Elsie Gerhardt, Edward von daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richard Stoll, Ella Buehl- Trago and children, Robert, Leon, Anna Schroth. and Tommy. Household Science Club ON THE AIR SOON{ meet at 2 p.m. Friday, Mar. the home of Mrs. Carl Lipp. _wPRC 137OK"- hostesses are Mrs. Paul Mrs" Ott Hendricks" {t and Mrs. B. H. Keck. Roll INGOLN 1Swered by "Your Favorite | or Verse." Talk, "Hold- LLINOIS Family Together with by Mrs. John Bender. 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