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MARCH 29, 1951 BS- Aid Society of the church. Chestnut, d their regular month- meeting in the chur- Thursday, April 5, a. Rev. F. W. Hein will arge of the Educational nents to be serv- Methodist church, Thursday, April 5, at With Mrs. Albert Shell- hostesses are Upp, Mrs. Charles William Bertrang, am Myrick and Mrs. Aid Society of St. church will Mrs. John T. Down- P.m. Thursday, April ng Circle of the Zion will meet in the at 2 p.m. on April 5. Mrs. Clifford is hostess. Aid of the Christ- Will meet April 5, at in the home of'Mrs. The assisting hos- Jeff Leonard. Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Itheran Workers of St. church will Mrs. William Binder] ay, April 4th, at 2:30 Club will meet in library rooms Tues. 3, at 2:30 p.m. Hos- be Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, Buckle. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Frank Turley. will include instru- nd vocal numbers and of the D.W. Club met at the home of Mrs. West of the city. Pin- and prizes Mrs. A1- IorS. Karl Dittus and ore. The club will With Mrs. Fred Ruwe April 11. meeting of Serv- of War II, will meet 30, at 7:30 p.m., Rue. Hostesses rs. Anna Ryan, Mrs. and Mrs. Uriah Ten- Will Society of the St. Catholic chur- Monday, April 2, n. in the home of Mrs. Member are remind- is two days earlier ed date. D NOT want to be cer. satisfaction, - you're sure to No Greater Legal Striking A Person Glasses no laws specific- any greater as a person would be Y to be injured from the face, the court the fact into con- in an assault and - 1. "Uncommon Geo. W. Stimp- TSZ Komrr z00.asn Trees. SEWS, xo00rr PUL0000Sm, V---NOra Members of the Never-Grow-Ibe held in the Legion home at MUSIC CONTESTS --= Old society will meet with Mrs. 8 p.m. Monday, April 2, and all ' (Continued from page I) T. L. Rothwell on Friday, April members are urged to attend. 6 at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. John Strat- ton will assist. In Chestnut recently, Miss Norma Stoll entertained at din- ner honoring the 75th birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Jacob Stoll. Other present includ- ed Jacob Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Edward yon Thun, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winkelmann, and Karl Kieninger. Mrs. Stoll received a great many birthday cards by mail. which she enjoyed very much. Tuesday evening, March 27, several members of Central Re- bekah lodge attended Guest 'Night at Grace Rebekah lodge in Kenney. The guest officers from the local lodge were: Mrs. J. A. Veech, past noble grand; Mrs. Marvin Boules, treasurer; and Miss Nelle Vandevender, musici- an. " The Book Club will meet Mon- day evening, April 2, at the home PAGE FIVE ELECTION NOTICE For Bocrd of Education Elkhart Connunity High School Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 14th day of April 1951, an election will be held at Town Hall - Village of Elkhart, Ill. in School District No. 406 County of Logan and State of Ilinois, for the purpose of elect- ing Two Members of the Board of Education: Three ?or The Full Term of Years Each. The Polls will be opened at 12:00 o'clock noon, and close at 7:00 o'clock P. M., of the same day. By order of the Board of Edu- cation of said District. Dated this 28th day of March 1951. JOHN B. DANAHER, President. Attest: J. G. LANTERMAN, Secretary. Cain, Shirley Marshall. Brass Quartet: Larry Shull, Jean Ann Schroth, Kenneth Stew- art, Don Lee. Brass Sextet: Jim Brown. Betty Waddell, Hazel Reinders, Ray Richner, Wendell Brown, and Merwyn Leckbee. Miscellaneous Brass Ensemble No. 2: Phillip Crawford, Don Mc Cain, Virgil Holmes. Norma Schroth, David Myrick. Jim Mitchell. Miscellaneous Brass Ensemble No. 1: Leon Quandt. Richard Stivers, Vivian Rentmeister, Alice Goodman, Julia Baker, Arlene Lakin, David. Froehlich. Drum Ensemble: Jim Romer. Darrell Payne, Shirley Schahl and Delmar Veech. Miscellaneous Woodwind En- semble: Shirley Wood, Mary Beth Christensen, Janet Down- ing, Wanda Sams, Gordon Sued- meier, Clara Ryan, Michael Drake, Patsy Ingram. Troll Turner visited in Latham Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Suyeott returned to Carmi Monday fol- lowing a short Easter visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- man Romer. SPECIMEN OFFICIAL BALLOT of an election to be held Tues- day, April 3, 1951, by the Mount Pulaski Township Park District, Logan County, Illinois. GENE C. CLEAR, Secretary. FOR PARK COMMISSIONERS of the MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP PARK DISTRICT (Vote for two) of Mrs. G. F. Wait. Members of Central Rebekah I Art Myers of the Myers Serv- Lodge No. 313, will attend the[ice Co., left Monday for Toledo, services in the Methodist church[Ohi o where he will be employed at 10:30 A.M. Sunday, April 1, to[by the Hettelsater Construction honor the founder of the Re-[ Co. He formerly worked for this bekah order, Schuyler Colfax. !company. Mrs. Myers will con- The regular meeting of the tinue operating the bus station, American Legion Auxiliary wilt and magazine and newspaper Notice To Parents Woodwind Quintet: Mariann Dana, Kay Moore, Donna Wad- dell. Lois Schaffenacker, Patsy Ingrain. Trumpet Quartet: Jean Ann Schroth, Betty Waddell, Phillip Crawford, Don McCain. D EDD DITTUS HARRY J. WIBLE FARMERS ----- Important Announcement For You Can you spend ten hours weekly during next ninety days selling Crop Hail Insurance? Splendid opportunity to earn important money in your spare time. Inquire--PAUL TODD State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, IlL A Kindergarten is being established as a part of the Mount Pulaski Community Consolidated Grade School program, be- ginning September 1, 1951. Parents who have children eligible to enter Sep- tember 1, 1951 should contact Robert Dittus, Sec- retary, by May 1. This is important, as it is necessary to establish the number of children who desire to attend. A child must be 5 years of age on or before December 1, 1951 to be eligible to attend. Plans have been made for Kindergarten to start classes at another place in event the new addition is not fully completed. JUST PHONE... If you have a financial problem -- and you tell us about it- perhaps we can help you find the answer. A 'phone call from you will get prompt action. The First National Bank MOUNT PUI.AS ILLINOIS N RAllGE J ill I IIE /