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,Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoll. -n._estnut, are the parents of a 'ug.tlter born Thursday, March ". in the Decatur and Macon county hospital. In St John's hospital Spring- ield, l'riday March 16' a dau- ghter4_ was born to Mr and Mrs. Jes Le, of Elkha. t JI n St. Patrick's Day, Saturday, March 17th in Portland, Ore., a son was born to Mr. and .Irs RObert j. Walker second child. ae mother was formerly Rhoda caaffenacker daughter" of Mr , Mrs. Austin Schaffenacker v' unt Pulaski. ,,** r. and Mrs Joseph Schroth, o nt Pulaski," are the parents Cla ,son, first child, born in St. d_'a: s hospital, Lincoln, Satur-  march 17th. t,,_'*- and Mrs. A. J. Buehler of 'mestnut, are the parents of a hoa n, SeCOnd child born Tuesday, h 20, in the John Warner usPltal in Clinton. r. r. and Mrs. Edgar Cole oI Kein Pork acrn tTheePry?tlaOfrc ._ ,aughter bor t m the Deaconess hospl al " ncoln. h The JUnior Woman's Club will Old its annual Spring Banquet, e Closing event of the season, nesda, evenin,, Anril 4 at the  s, .- Be- SOUthern Aire, across from e gen Park, Springfield. South- . Aire is on Route 125, one uk 6?st of Junction Bypass rarrvations at $1.85 may be !I '*ue With Mrs. Fred Stabl or ,r Harry Milner not later than aOnda co .... Y, March 26. You may also ,ct them if you need trans-  tUl:lon. Past Noble Grand Club of lodge, will meet at P.m. Monday, March 26, le home of Mrs. George E. on Fast Jefferson. Bible class of the st church will meet in with Mrs. F. E. at 2:30 p.m., Wednes- 28. The assisting Will be Mrs. George Mc- Devotions will be in of Mrs. C. W. Upp. Mount Pulaski Service e.r's of World War II will in the Tomlinson Rec at hPost-m., Friday, March 30th. esses will be Mrs. Anna Mrs. Art Miller and Mrs. Tendick. DOrcas Guild of the St. Lutheran church will March 27, at with Mrs. William De Who now lives in the part of the city in the Outdoor-Time Is Here SPRINGFIELD DRIVE-IN THEATRE ]IY'PASS 66 AT EAST COOK GALA OPENING OMORROW NIGHT at 6:30 ON OUR GIANT SCREEN tI"HALLS OF,, ONTEZUMA , IN TECHNICOLOR BE THERE, WON'T 3U ? THE MOUNT YULAS sty TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASXl, ILLINOIS PAmC Iq[VlZ Mrs. Emil Wachter property. The regular meeting of the Girls Scout Leaders' Club was held Wednesday evening, March The regular meeting of the Girl Scout Leader's Club was held Wednesday evening, March 14, at the Tomlinson Rec, with 15 present. It was in the form of a potluck supper. Troop com- mittee members were invited. Guests included Mrs. Albert Heitman and Mrs. John Sinko- vetz, of Lincoln. After the busi- ness meeting a training lesson was given. The Poholder Club will hold its meeting Wednesday, March 28. at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. John Bender on North Bel- mont street. Roll call will be answered by '"What I Like To Do Most." CELEBRATE SIXTIETH REBEKAH ANNIVERSARY A large number of members from Central Rebekah lodge No. 313, Mount Pulaski, were in Lin- coln Tuesday night, March 20, and attended the 60th annivers- ary celebration of the Orphan's Home Rebekah lodge of that city. Guests officers of District 17 presided at the various stations among which were two Mount Pulaskians, Mrs. Marvin Bowles as vice-grand, and Mrs. Gay. land Green, as warden. Several members of the Lin- coln lodge were presented with ling dance numbers by children M ............ .... he -d Fellows Home  arKet is now ur: unux o't 50-year and over, membership Irom t ua , ..... .. jewel pins. 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