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CLUB NOTES regular meeting of the Ser- of World War II held Friday, March 31, at the apartment of Mrs. in the Rothwell build- on SOuth Washington St. Literary Unit of the Wo- Club will meet Tuesday, , at the home of Mrs. Kath- The book review- Mrs. Wilbur Stoll. Ladles Aid Society of the Church, Chestnut, their meeting, Thurs- 6, at 2 p.m. Refresh- be .served by Mrs. A1- Mrs. Ed Buehler, Winkleman, .Mrs. ] Mrs Byron Down- Killiman. Workers will With Mrs. Dave Brady on April 5. Pack 125, Chestnut, With Den Mothers, Cub tnd Parents, met recently and Gold Banquet in Legion Hall, in The results from their Kits" were on display. followed the meal, five new members in- Pack. The pack is planning Sale for Saturday, April the Arcade Building at deadline for making reset- the Jr. Woman's Club is April 1st. The this year, will be Mill in Springfield, April 6. Reservations for the dinner, and made with Mrs. Ray American Legion will meet night, April 4. Please at- and Rosary Society of Aquinas Catholic Thursday afternoon, i rural home of Mrs. Claude of the city. Aid Society of the Lutheran Church will ursday, April 6, at 2 p.m. of Mrs. Grace Curtis Washington St. Grow Old Society April 7, at 2 p. of Mrs. Otto Ey T. L. Rothwell as the of the Methodist WS meet Thursday, April 6, p.m. in the church. Mrs. will have charge of service and Mrs. Geo. Hostesses Mrs Myrick, Mrs. Harry J. Wible, Mrs. Chas. A. Ey. World Bank Night, and of officers. Prayer time The at 7:15 p.m. St. Cxl Will Society oi the Chl raas Aquinas Catholic APril-' Will met Wednesday, o! ,5, at 1:30 p-m at the home $h" ws" Vernita Wachter, North ,mg Street. -,e next meeting of the Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary will be in the Legion Home, Monday night, April 3rd. The Book Club will meet Mon- day night, April 3, at the home of Mrs. Harold Mullins. The reviewer will be Mrs. James Borgerson. The meeting of the Tomorrows Homemakers was held at the home of Susan Buckles. The meet- ing was called together and a talk was given by Angela Shee- han on "Fitting Your Hem." Con- nie Shanle gave a talk on how to cook frozen vegetables. For en- tertainment films were shown by one of our members. The next meeting will be held at the home of Donna Gulso. Reporter, Janet poffenbarger. A special beard meeting of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club will be held Friday, April 7 at 2 p.m. in the library. All officers and de- partment chairmen are urged to CLUBS HOS (Continued from page i) with a hurricane candle in the same color. Mrs. Eugene Kretzing- er was responsible for table ar- rangement and setting. She head- ed the hostess committee, who were most hospitable. The Logan county officers are: President, Mrs. Lynn Chestnut, New Holland. Vice.President, Mrs. H. D. Busch of Middletown. Secretary, Mrs. Edward Ginth- er, New Holland. Treasurer, Mrs. Tom Kennedy, Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Busch and Mrs. Kennedy are newly elected. Directors newly elected are, Mrs. James Shilling of Beason, and Mrs. George Rubin of Harts- burg. Several 17th District officers were in attendance, including, Mrs. Charles Wood, of Lincoln, 17th district president; Mrs. Fred Froehlieh, Mt. Pulaski, Youth Chairman; Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mount Pulaski, Resolutions and Revisions. chairman, had charge of :he business meeting. After coffee and rolls, Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein told of various fam- ous religious compositions having to do with our Lord's Passion. Dan McNabb directed a girl's trio from the township high school, composed of Camille Kaf- ka, Sue Ingrain and Judy Stuck- eL who sang "O Sacred Head". The second part of the program was an explanation by Mrs. Paul Beidler, of Lenten and Holy Week music of the Roman Catholic Church, and the ceremonies that take place during this time and their meaning. The next meeting of the Music Unit will be held at the home of Mrs. William Myrick and will be a talent program. DINNER SERVED HONORING ROBERT FOREST VAN HOOK The home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Hook and family on South Washington St., was the scene on Sunday, March 26, of a din- er given for their son, Robert Forrest, who was a member of the Confirmation Class that was confirmed Sunday morning in St. John's Lutheran Church. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roos and children, Billy and Janet of Gales- burg; Mr- and Mrs. Don Domick, Decatur; Mrs. Marie Van Hook and daughter Mildred, Mrs. Grace Curtis, Mrs. Vera Stuller, William F. Binder, Jo Ann and Mary Ann Van Hook, Mount Pulaski. attend. The Library Club will meet Tuesday, April 4, at 2 pan, in the club room, the hostess committee being composed of Mr Frank Talmage, chairman; Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas, Mrs. Russell Shull, Miss !Dorothy Shull. Music will.be un- der the direction of Dan mcaoo. The program will be given by Music Units At virs. John West. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Schaifenacker Home '.hristian Church will meet in The Music Unit of the Woman's the church on Thursday, April 6, Club met Tuesday morning, Mar. at 2 p.m. The hostesses are Mrs. 28, at 9:30 o'clock at the home of Celia poffenbarger and Mrs. Ida Austin W. Schaffenacker on Cooke St Mrs. Ellis Wood, Dittmann. The Literature Unit of the Wo- man's Club will meet Tuesday night, April 4, at the home of Mrs. Katherine Downing on North Scott St. The reviewer is Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Mrs. Cora Rothwell will enter- tain the Never Grow Old Society on Friday, April 7, at the home of Mrs. Otto Ey, promptly at noon. The Sewing Circle will meet on Thursday, April 6, at 2 p.m. in the "Zion Lutheran Church, with .VIiss Norma Schahl  hostess. The Former Preslaenrs oz tn Woman's Club will meet Satur- day, April 1 (No Foolin') at 12:30 p.m., for a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll in the utheast part of the city. LOYAL DAUGHTERS TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The Loyal Daughters Class of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Chur- ch will hold a rummage sale April 26 and 27 at Decatur. Bring only summer clothing and white elephants. NEW MEMBERS ADDED __ TO COUNTY GALLON CL.U Five blood" donors have quali- fied for membership in the "Gal- lon Club" of Logan county, ac- cording to Mrs. Irma Potter, secre- tary of the county Red Cross chapter. The five are: John Bobell of Broadwell town- ship; Mrs. Mary Liesman, Lin- coln; Mrs. Earline Miller, Elkhart; Robert J. BakieS, Mt. Pulaski, and rances McCubbin, Buffalo. Confirmation Dinner At Remmert Home A Confirmation dinner was giv- en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Remmert, Sunday, honor- ing their son Leonard, who was confirmed that morning at Zion Lutheran Church. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Remmert, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Knauer and children, Judy and Gary, Rev. and Mrs. Rothe, of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knauer and :daughter, Patty, Mrs. William [Jasper of St. Peter; Mr. and Mrs. August Remmert and sons, Get- mulUr, naY,  ao, |ml-4. ald, Wesley and Lee, Mr. !: : Kenneth Roach and Cindy, Mrs. Laverela Dazmey son, Robert, of Morton and 1, bert Remmert of Lincoln. PETITIONS FOR ROD OF EDUCATION Milton French and Moore have filed petitions members of the Board of F_,dual tion of the Lake Fork Commun, ity Consolidated grade election, to be held April 8th. Lowillis Handlin and Lindis Oglesby are also on slate Three members are to elected. V OTE FOR Tommie !). Havener, YOUR Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR of Mt. Pulaski Township Election, April 4. 1961 SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATID THANX YOU. Francis H. Myriok REPUBLICAN CJt.NDIDATE FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District No. 3 -- Comprising Laemm, Lake Fork, Elkhart, Hurlbut and Mount Pulaski Townships Election Tuesday, April 4, 1961 YOUR VOTE MAY BE THE ONE THAT: ELECTS ME ! I have been a resident of the Mount Pulaski commml. ity my entire life, and was in the hatchery area for 30 years. I am a property owner and have been affiliated with various organizations, including:- PreMdt.: of Rotary Club, Grade School Board Member, Park Member, Methodist Church Treasurer for nine years, urer also, for all Mount Pulaski Masonic Orders, and Church Lay Leader. I can devote full time to the duties of this office. MEAT SPECIALS! ' PICNIC HAMS - our own cure ...... lb. 39c ltAMS, cemer slices to fry ............ lb. 59c COUNTRY SAUSAGE ...................... lb. 49c GROUND BEEF ........................ 3-lbs. $1.19 HAMs . whole or half ................ lb. 55c CUstom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY "------" ! LELAND SIMKINS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT JUDG H $UDKXL DISTRICT BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE QUEEF - Choice ....................................  49c AR00R ............. : .......................... Becfi00 Tuesday, Apdl 4 Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturday IMT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE  2-5419 .:- O YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED ! : i iii