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CLUB NOTES The Past Noble Grand Club will pt the home of Mrs. Bessie Monday, March 27, at 7:30 The regular meeting of the Lo- ge,,.Cunty Men's Club of the ,'muan Church, Mt. Pulaski, on aanclay night, March 20. The kce was unusually large. une program was presented. The Music Unit of the We- lfare an's club will meet Tuesday, h 28 at 9"30 am. in the home Of " " ,, ,Mrs. Austin W. Schaffenacker ,' west. Cooke St_ Mrs. Ray O. =,,tem and Mrs Paul Beidler wl[ . Week,.tk on Music for Holy Girl Scout Troop 2,36, met library Tuesday. Officers elected: President, Nancy Vice-President, Start Treasurer, Jean Max- Secretary, Diane Scrog- Lynne Dittus. We on our 2nd class badge working on "Health We are divided into groups. The first group is on a chart for two weeks, What each girl eats. The is working on how aid, for faintings, CUts, burns, and splinters, to use a triangular We have a new mem- and. We are help- With her Tenderfoot re- which we passed last Our troop will have no on Tuesday, March 28th. Circle of the WSCS Church, will on Thursday, March 30, at With Mrs. Kelsey M. An- Service Mothers of World Will meet Friday, March 31 at the apartment of Miller in the Rath- South Washing- has named Mrs. Ri- te represent them Lady. k---rmaL BS MET -'"UnESDAy AT LIBRARY ela Sil'Tellial Belles met Wed- H. ay at the Libra Ladies of e comm ry" unity should join b the _--L na Y [av  eeting, which will be on aPl;ear --, so that their names will tl t Wil n_ the new stationery Lve," e printed.  Jopes are now available drip.f" Per dozen, at Dean's Sun- If You are in g a Be,,- .terested in becom. ]lis I-,_ ,e, please contact Mrs. W Wning, Mrs. Dean Schultz," SWald Brooker. AT APmX, 6UI Club Spring be held at the Mill on hursday, April P.m. for this banquet the dinner and are With Mrs. Ray Letterle April 1st FAMILY DINNER AT HENRY HALL HOME Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall en- tertained at a family dinner at their home, near Latham, honor- ing Miss Carol Owen and Kenneth Boyd, Sunday, March 19. The couple plan to be married in August. Both are seniors at the Illinois Wesleyan University at Bloomington. Miss Owen is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Owen of Harvey, Ill. Mrs. Owen is the former Doris Joynt of Latham area. Mr. Boyd is from Streator. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Joynt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Joynt of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. James T. Smith and children, D.J., Mary Beth and Martha Jane of Lovington; Mr. and Mrs. George Owen and children Jan and Peg of Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Durchholz and child- ren, Melinda and Kurt of Farm- ington. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Durchholz of Decatur were unable to attend. i Miss Owen and Mr. Boyd were given a shower of towels. I CHICKEN SUPPER LAKE FORK CHRISTIAN CII BAKE SALE The Lake Fork Christian Chur- ch will hold a bake sale at the Hilltop Electric in Mount Pulaski on Friday, March 31, starting at 9 a.m. All donations will be greatly appreciated. NOTE OF THANKS The expression, 'Thank You", seems very inadequate to me right now. I am deeply grateful for the many, many cards, notc, gifts and flowers sent to me dur- ing my stay in the hospital. The numerous visits by friends, rel- atives and Pastor Zumstein, will always be remembered. Claudia Hild. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I want to thank ever)' one who remembered me with cards and flowers while I was a patient in the Memorial hospital in Spring- field, and since returning home. Mrs. Mary Castevens, Warrensburg, Ill. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank everyone for the nice cards, gifts, flowers, food, telephone calls and key. Zum- TIMES.NEWS, Mount PulaskL ][11., THURSDAY,  25, i i fill returning home. letters, gifts, and other Mrs. tuby !tagenbuch. brances received since the of our daughter, Nancy I.lgb, IN APPRECIATION Thank you! We grcatty appreciate the cards, The Dale Broughton Family Style Suppers SATURDAY NIGHT I 5:30 to 9:30 P.M. FRIED CHICKEN ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.50 Plate- $1.25 TOM'S COFFEE SHOP MOUNT PULASKI FOR SALE HELPERS stein for visits, while I ,,'as a Mr. and Mrs. John Bender, Sr., patient in the hospital and since and family were hosts to a fried chicken supper served at the American Legion Home on Sat- urday evening, March 18, for the friends and relatives who helped with the farm work and sale of the late Karl F. Bender. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Maxheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Maxheimer, Howard Hem, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth, Harold Schaffenacker, Mr. and Mrs. Aus- tin Schaffenacker, Mr. ana Mrs. Dean Cates, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maxheimer, Frank Bazzoni, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rockwell, Mr. and VIrs. Russell Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. John Bender, Jr., Dorothy and Pauline Bender. There were several who were unable to attend. SILVER ANNIVERSA-1r rO BE OBSERVED MAR. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Miller, 1002 Decatur St, Lincoln, Ill., will observe their Silver Wedding An- niversary on Sunday, March 26, with open house at their home from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 pxn. Friends and relatives are invited. Mr. Miller is Logan county sup- erintendent of highways. IrOOR I want to thank all my rel- atives, and friends, for their cards, gifts, visit, and flowers, and to the blood donors, while I was a patient in the Decatur-Macon county hospital and since re- turning home. Russell Bobell. MEAT SPECIALS!It PICIc -oar own cuure ...... lb. 3@ HAMs. center slices to fry ............ lb. 59c SPARE RIBS. meaty ........................ lb. 49c COUNTRY SAUSAGE ...................... lb. 49c (OUND BEEF ........................ 3-lbs. $1.19 Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 BY APIOIlrFMEZfr ONLY BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE % . ........................... ....... raOlp QUARTER .................................. Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturday MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS )LONE SW 2.5419 .:. ILLINOIS AS SHOWN ABOVE STAHL FURNITURE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS $299.95