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CLUB NOTES Club will hold their Spring Dinner Tuesday, at 11:30 a.m. at Tom's Shop. Those who cannot please contact Mrs. Ellis by Monday, April 10. After raembers will go to the of Mrs. Clarence Bowers for afternoon meeting. Bureau Unit II will meet April 10, at 7:30 p.m. of Mrs. Loren Hasse- The major topic, "A Trim A Trim Figure", will be by Mrs. Wilbur Stall. feature "Cake Decor- [1 be given by Mrs. Elm- call will be "A Fav- 'o Bureau Unit I will meet April 7, at the Legion 2 P.m. The major les- "Your Personal Cloth- by Mrs. Larry Wilham. feature will be by Mrs. of the AV Class of Churcht, are invit- home of Mrs. Kelsey M. Tuesday, April 11, at for the regular meeting. members on the commit- Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mrs. Schafer and Mrs. Clair ra Shelhammer; Vice-President, Kathy Leesman; Treasurer, Rose- mary Walsh; Secretary, Susan Mendenhall; Reporter, Marinda Bryson. Plans were made for a trip to New Salem on April 29th. We are to meet at the recreation center at 9:30 a.m. In case of rain, the trip will be postponed l until May 6th. I The Literature Unit of the Wo-i man's Club met Tuesday night, April 4, at the home of Mrs. Kath- erine Downing on North Scott St. ! Mrs. Wilbur E. Stall reviewed the book, "In and Out of the White House," by aria Jefferies. This is the last meeting of the club year of this group. Plans to resume in the fall were made at this time. The Never-Grow Old Society will meet Friday, April 7, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Otto Ey, the hostess to be Mrs. T. L. Roth- well. The Gleaners Class of the St. John's Lutheran church, will meet Thursday, April 13, at 2 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Russell Shull on East Cooke St. The Mary Todd Unit of the ALM hospital auxiliary will meet on Wednesday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Helen Holmes, at Chestnut. POTLUCK DINNER HELD Club met Monday IN ZION CHURCH BASEMENT 3, at the home of A potluck dinner was held in Mullins in the souththe Zion Lutheran Church base- city. ,Ms. James Borg-i the book, "The  Case," by Graham May hostess will be Wiggers. Eastern Star Chap- in the Masonic Hall April 10 at 7:30 p.m. is composed of Bowers, Mr. and M. Anderson. )unt Pulaski Junior and Club members, planning to attend the Convention of Wo- .ubs Luncheon at the Zion church, Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., are asked to reservations of $1.50 Schaffenaeker be- 15. Lodge No. 87, will degree on this coming evening at 7:45 o'clock. Unents will be served. 374 met Tuesday school at the recre- Newly elected offic- follows: President, Deb- CUT! P R. Moore I00SUBANCE ,Phoue sw 2.521s PULASKI. ILL. I and Casualty Insurance wm merit on Palm Sunday, honoring Leslie Allen Braun who was con- firmed in the worship service that morning. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grathwohl and child- ren, John, Richard and Janice Mrs. John Leggett, Mrs. George Grathwohl, Mrs. Lucille Grath- wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Seltz- er and daughtr Karen, Mt. Pulas- ki; Mr. and Mrs. Charles William- son and son John, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marques and children Karen and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Marques, of De- catur. SERVED DINNER PALM SUNDAY HONORING SON Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheim- er and children, Judith, Fred- erich and Marjorie, RR3, Lincoln, gave a dinner Palm Sunday hon- oring their son, Norman Dean, who was confirmed that day in the Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church. Thoso present were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxheim- er and Miss Katherine Michel of Waggoner; Mrs. Esther Ruwe and Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Jr. and family, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haxheimer and fam- ily. APPRECIATION TO VOTERS I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the voters of Lake Fork Township who gave me their support in electing me as Cemetery Trustee in Tuesday's election. Henry Hall. FORMER RESIDENTS HAVE A NEW DAUGHTER In the March 30 issue of the Bloomington Pantagraph, in their column of "New Names In The ,News," appeared the following: "Cynthia Sue Feese is the fourth child of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Feese of Saybrook. She was born March 20 in the Gibson City community hospital and weigh- ed 9 pounds 13 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis, of Greenview, and pa- ternal grandmother is Mrs. Nellie Feese of Lincoln. Other children are Rose, 13; David, 5; and, Julie 21 months." SUNDAY GUESTS AT GENE HOWE HOME Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe and family, north of the city, served an Easter Sunday dinner and sup- per, with ham and all the trim- mings. Present were, Mr. and Mrs. Ab- ner Howe, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilham, of Mt. Pulaski; Mrs. Cltus Howe of Latham. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hilvety of Macon. Cletus Howe was unable to at- tend. TURKEY DINNER SERVED EASTER SUNDAY NOON Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cooper nd children, Pat, Lee, Kay and Gary, living west of the city, serv- ed a turkey dinner Easter Sunday. The affair honored the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Otto Roos, Mrs. Charles Roos and Edward Ruwe. Others present: Charles Roos and children, Janet, Daryl, Joyce, David and Joann, of Beason; Mr. and Mrs. George Ruwe of Normal; John Grathwohl, Larry Cyrulik, and Mrs. Edward Ruwe. CARD OF THANKS We would like to take this op- portunity to thank all our many friends and relatives for the many nice things that were done for us at the time when it was needed most .Our "special thanls" to Dr. Borgerson, Mrs. Muir, Mrs. Fran- cis Myrick, Rev. Jerry Burt, the American Legion, Odd Fellows, Schahl's and pallbearers, also, those who sent flowers, food, etc. and to each and every one who have done so much for us. Mrs. Sam Green, Children, and grandchildren. BOB KECK SAYS "THANKS !" SPRING SALE ON Armstrong Futuresq Corlon Floor Covering All Current Paflerns Reduced from $5.95 sq. yd. to $4.50 sq" yd. This Vinyl Floor Covering is easy to care for, long wearing and has lasting beauty. CLOSE-OUT on some patterns of Armstrong Vinyl A c c o I o n Linoleum - Reg. $1.69 sq. yd. Now $1.25 sq. yd. STAHL HARDWARE MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our friends and relatives for the words of comfort, flowers and other kind- nesses at the time of the sudden death of our loved one, Campbell. The Family. mm Is extended to all those who gave [ me 1heir courtesy voles in Tues- / day s election inasmuch as I had I ' no opporition for Town Clerk. i CLOSE OUT ON ALL B.P.S. Paints AND VARNISHES AT Stahl Bres. Hardware Flatlux $5.10 gal. $3.98 gal. Viny-bond Latex 6.00 gal. 4.75 gal. Semi-Gloss 7.20 gal. 5.25 gal. 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