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PAGE EIGHT 4.H CLUB-- (Continued lm page 1) few months later by Margaret Mitchell. This club now meets at the Recreation Center with Duane Shanle as their leader. Two years ago Fred Froehlich and Robert Scroggin organized an Agricultural club. The agri- cultural club projects include the care of stock. This is divided in- to many classifications. Growing grain, gardening, raising chick- ens, tractor maintenance and home-beautification. The girls clubs project are re- lated to a home-sewing clothes, -dressing table skirts, buyRng and care of clothing, baking breads, cookies, cakes; ways of using fruits and vegetables, ways of preserving fruits and vegetables, ways to use milk products, room decoration, flower arrangements. Both clubs have a health, safe- ty and fire prevention project. Each member strives for recog- nition, first in his club, then in the county, state and national organizations. The county recog- nition is given at the county fair for the boys. The girls have their own county achievement days, usually at a school gym in Lin- coln. The outstanding members get to stay at the 4-H building dur- ing the State Fair. In December the winners from here go to the 4-H club congress held in Chi- cago during International Live Stock Show week. ;This ends with : a selected few from all over the nation going to Washington, D. C., for a week. Getting this recognition is not the ultimate aim of the leaders. Their job is to build character, leadership, fair play, good citiz- ens out of the youngsters, besides teaching them to "Learn by Do- ing." The motto for this year is "Working Together for World Understanding." WONDER WORKERS SPONSOR EXHIBITS To reorganize National 4-H Week, the Wonder Workers Girls 4-H Club, led by Mrs. Gayland Green, asked all 4-H clubs in  the community to put an exhibit \\; in one of the store windows in the city. k They have their exhibit in the Hilltop Electric window on the west side of the square. They borrowed 40 metal signs from the Farm Bureau office to place in each store window. These signs are for sale for 40c. If anyone wants one, contact Mrs. Gayland Green. This club had its organization- THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY al meeting in February. Aclub --CHURCHES-- Mrs. Millard Phillips was ad- I NOTICE I mitted last Thursday to the The Board of Su must reorganize each year. The Deaconess hospital in Lincoln for Logan County will meet following officers were elected I St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH surgery. She was dismissed Sun- Court House in Lincoln, for the year: Francis McCubbin, president; Leona Febus, vice- president; Marylin Purviance, secretary; Brenda Joyce Green, reporter; Janette Baumann, mus- ic leader; Janet Rohlfs, recre- ational leader; Nancy Poffenbarg ger. telephone chairman. The first project of the club is putting over a good 4-H week, ending it with everyone attend- ing church 4-H Sunday, March ll. The Handy-Hands and Won- der Workers clubs will take over the church services at the Cope- land church on March llth. The Wonder Workers are serv- ing the lunch at Birk's Commun- ity club to show the community what they can do and to give the treasurer something to take care of. A tour to Springfield is being planned. They hope to go thru Amrheins Bakery, Pillsbury Mills and the Governor's Mansion. Frances McCubbin attended the Logan County Federation meeting to make plans for the County Rally to be held at the Orphan's Home on March 27. Dates were also set for Open House at the University June 11- 12-13. The County Picnic will be July 1st. SPECIAL LEGION MEETING There will be a special meeting of the American Legion at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 13th. ON THE AIR SOON! LINCOLN ( ItLMi01S , THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORt. FRIDAY - SATURDAY CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE ................ 85c SWIFT'S CHEESE ...... 2-1bs. 85c MIXING BOWL FREE WITH 25-LBS. PURASNOW FLOUR $2.15 GET READY FOR SPRING BUY GARDEN SEEDS NOW ! ULMER'S MARKET Mount Pulaski & Rev. Edward M. Krewe, Pastor Mass, 10 a.rm Sunday, Mar. 11. Lenten services each Wednes- day at 7:30 p.m. THE METHODIST CHURCH Roy. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Re-opening and Dedication service at 10:35 a.m. Our guest speaker for this special occasion will be Dr. W. G. Pulliam. of De- catur. Come, and bring a friend. The Methodist ministers of the Illinois Conference are promoting a Visitation Evangelistic program in all the charges from now on day. Mrs A. F. Lipp was a patient part of last week in the Memori- al hospital in Springfield, return- ing home Saturday. Mrs. Mary Schaffenacker, South Garden street, was removed to Deaconess hospital. Lincoln on Sunday afternoon, in the Schahl ambulance, for medical care. March 13th, 1951, for the action of business and the ment of bills. All bills filed in the office of the Clerk before noon March 10th in order to be ed at this meeting. CLAUDE C. County Plenty of Times.New. For Your until Easter. We believe much good will be accomplished. The Methodist men and boys will have a covered dish supper Monday evening. March 19. in the church basement. The wo- men will serve the supper. An interesting program is in the making. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH] Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor t Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Divine Worship 10:30 A. M. Mr. Burton Warner of Spring- field, Ill., will be the preacher. Bring eggs and cookies for Nachusa on Wednesday, March 14th. Midweek Lenten Services each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 o'clock. Our services wilt be held in the church basement while the l upper part of the building is be- ing painted. Let's fill the base- ment this coming Lord's day. Remember, the Evangelistic meetings start this Sunday even- ing. Plan now to attend every night. BIRTHS . Mr. and Mrs. John A. Scroggin, south,;est of the city, are par- ents of a daughter, born Fri- day, March 2, in the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. In Decatur and Macon county hospital, Thursday, March 1st, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Alsup of Latham. Mr. and Mrs. 3oseph Foster of Elkhart, are parents of a dau- ghter, born Sunday, March 4, in the St. 3ohn's hospital, Spring- field. A daughter was born Monday, March 5, in St. Clara's hospital, PUBLIC SALE Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mueller of that city. HosP0000 NEWS OF THE INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski You won't get your face slapped if spend your money at the Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE. Proprietor Schahl Home For AIVlBULANCE SERVICE- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 935 - MOUNT PUI2KI DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ RESIDENCE PROPERTY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS of the T. W. Moore estate, located in Mount Pulaski, Illi- nois, will be sold at auction, on SATURDAY, MARCH 10,1951 Beginning at 12:00 O'clock Noon Property consists of - an 8-room, 2-story, all modern home with full basement, oil furnace, practically new. Garage; 1 lots of land. Also, 8-rooms of furniture, in- cluding a lot of good rugs on property. General Electric refrigerator, almost new; dishes and utensils. -- TERMS -- 20% Cash on day of sale and balance on delivery of deed. Abstract and Merchantable Title furnished. Taxes for 1950 paid by heirs. Other property, Cash in Hand day of sale. Mrs. Maggie Washbond, Daw- son, was removed to the Memori- al hospital, Springfield, in the Schahl ambulance Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Mahlon Lucas was admit- ted Saturday to the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln, for medical care. EYES EXAMINED PHONE I062 I0 BROADWAY - LINCOLN. l (" Cn,LD t " [ WOT'D ; TO THE 3EST I SAY'? .'I'OWN--, _ AHEAD THIUH THE-. DINN|NQ ROO, IVLAE A"U TL,N IN "THE PALOR AND - BIlCKLL0000IIA! GARAG OUAL4F'IED J. It. MOORE, Administrator and Agent for the Heirs at Law of T. W. Moore, Deceased. C. W, WOLPERT,