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B NOTES Oa Wednesdal evening, April nlembers of the Sans Souci were entertained by Mrs. Wachter. Five Hundred and prizes awarded to T. Goddard, Mrs. IAtterly and Mrs. Steve High Bridge Club met April 7, at the of Mrs. Ellis Downing. The Were awarded to Mrs. By- Mrs. Reuben Hafer- ,), and Mrs. John Good Will society of the Aquinas Catholic met on the afternoon of April 5, at the home Wachter, on North After the business ses- Hundred was enjoyed won by Mrs. Har- Mrs. Raymond Marie Sams, ,Mrs. Ed- Goddard. Clover Leaf Club will meet April 21 at the home of Ahrens, east of the Aetna Home Bureau members met Wednesday, 5, in the home of Mrs. Ed with Mrs. Emmanual as co-hostess. Thirteen and three guests were Mrs. Charles Roos gave major lesson, "A Trim Figure". A given by Mrs. Emman- Mrs. George Sprague James Rickord. Mem- asked to help prepare rugs on April of Mrs. Harold the evening. These rugs sale. The next meet- With Mrs. John Gard- ;nraWednesday, May 3, at Chestnut Community Club April 14, at 7:30 grade school. Claus and Mrs. Edwin Stahl the band and vocal in a musical program. should bring fruit cookies. Guild will meet at Lutheran church on April 18, at 7:30 p.m. Froschaurer is hostess. Science Club Friday, April 21, at of Mrs. Elmer_ Hayes Nellie Mayer assisting. be answered with Flower". Round will be questions "My Favorite Flow- discussion will on seeds and bulbs. Kretzinger of Chest- give a demonstration on Members there is to be a exchange. Visitors 20, at 1:30 p. Women's Miss- of the Zion Luther- Chestnut, will meet church basement. Stu- Haitz of the Concord- in Springfield, who time in Africa will be Members of the LW Lutheran Church, Mt. Christ Church, Clin- been invited to attend Daughters Society of Church, will meet on Tuesday, April Pxa. Mrs. Oscar Beaver charge of devotions. The is composed of chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Oscar Grace McDonald, Little. Home Bureau will April 19, at 1:30 of Mrs. Robert with Mrs. Ed- assisting hostess- topic, "A Trim Diet, A Will be given by Rentschler. The short the Flower Aurelia Stoll. Roll favorite spring flow- Will be a seed or bulb Bureau will April 19 at 1:30 of Mrs. Walter major topic, "A Trim Figure", will be giv- and" Mrs. The short feature, in Table Linens" by t,s Protection Camp #1911, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet Thursday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. The annual sociable pinochle party will fol- low the business meeting. Every one is welcome. No donation. Mrs. E. C. Downing and committee will serve refreshments. Brownie Troop #374 met Tues- Loren Guffey Was Married At Tulsa Easter Sunday Memorial Baptist Church in Tulsa, Okla., was the setting for the wedding el Miss Virginia evening after school at the May Tuttle, 7423 E. 30th St., and Tomlinson Recreation Center. The t 5Edw[ d atLe0 GpUff.ey2te6rr  uE:day president called the meeting to , " , "  : ", ..... I oafc a*ig l)r. ,. A. w,mams, or., order, after which we all said the i Pledge of Allegiance and the l Brownie and Girl Scout Promise. Parents of the bride are Mr. Roll call was taken, the minutes of the last meeting wre read, and dues collected. Refreshments were served and game enjoyed by all present. BAPTIZED SUNDAY MORNING Following Mass Sunday morn- ing, April 9, at the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, the pastor, Rev. Edward M. Krewer, baptized Edward Allen McVey, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville McVey of this city. Sponsors were Lt. Col. Paul R. Verar and Mrs. Helen Walton, of Carlinville, brother and sister of Mrs. McVey. Others present and later guests in the McVey home were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Staples of Alton. ATTENDED MEETING IN CERRO GORDO TUESDAY In Cerro Gordo on Tuesday, April 11, Mrs. Eva Coffey was hostess to 54 Democratic women from the 22rid Congressional Dist. of Illinois, and all enjoyed a chicken dinner at noon. Those attending from Mount Pulaski were: Mrs. Robert S. Keck, Mrs. Steve Patterson, Mrs. Cora Lipp, Mrs. Grace Buckles, Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton, Jr., and Mrs. Lee Taylor. The women of this district will meet next at Guzzardos in Lin- coln on Tuesday, June 13th. IN MEMORIAM In memory of John Wilhelm who' died April 9, 1959. Memories are treasurers no one can steal Death is a heartache nothing can heal Some may forget him now that he is gone But we shall remember him no matter how long. Sadly missed by Children and Grandchildren. and Mrs. H. Russell Tuttle, Kal- vesta, Kan.. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Mary Guffey of Mount Pulaski, Ill. A program of traditional nup- tial music was presented by Miss Nevala Lile, soloist, and Mrs. Tom Reedy, organist. On the sides of the altar were baskets of spring flowers. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a strh, et length gown designed and made by Mrs. Lloyd Ashcroft, her sister. The dress was an orchid sheath of Honan silk fashioned with an overdress of white lace. Her nose- tip veil fell from a matching lace crown, and she carried a bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis atop a white lace-covered Bible. Sister of the bride, Miss Twila Tuttle was maid of honor. She wore a street length dress of lilac batiste and carried a white nose- gay. Mrs. Russell Tuttle, mother of the bride, wore a blue lace dress with beige accessories. Mrs. Guff- ey, mother of the groom, wore a blue jersey dress with black ac- cessories and each wore a pink .osebud corsage. Lighting the candles were the kisses Viva and Mary Ashcroft, ieces of the bride, who wore orchid frocks. Miss Gayle Gibson was in charge of the guest book. The best man for the groom was Howard Purcell, Fort Scott, Kan. Bob Taggart and Jim Walton, both fraternity brothers, were the ushers. Assisting the bride's parents at a reception, were: Mrs. Lloyd Ashcroft, Mrs. J. B. Raney, Miss Betty McCutchen, and Miss Bar- bara Lile. Mrs. Guffey is a student at the University of Tulsa. where she is a member of Lantern, honorary scholarship society, and TU Bus- iness Women's Club . DODGE WAGONS CARRY 5: ; "L'TMES.NEWS, Mount PulmkL IlL, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1981- Now a senior at the University of Tulsa, Mr. Guffey is major- ing in economics. He is affiliat- ed with Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, and International Relations Club. The couple will be at home at 9113 E. 4th St. after April 10. HOSPITAL NEWS Lawrence Pugh of Elkhart was taken to St. Clara's hospital in the Schahl ambulance on Satur- day, for medical care. Mrs. Oma Foster of Cornland was removed to the St. John's hospital in Springfield, Monday, in the Schahl ambulance, for emergency medical attention. Mrs. H. H. Maddox is a surgical patient in the Kirksville Osteo- pathic hospitial at 800 W. Jeffer- son St., Kirksville, Me. She un- derwent surgery Tuesday of this week. Dr. Maddox will be t.lleM at least two weeks, with her. Raymond Gee returned to his :home last Friday from the AI.,M hospital, Lincoln, where he been a medical patient almost at week. On Thursday of last week Ern- est Easter was taken to the Ill- inois Veteran's Hospital, by his wife and Orville after spending one montl at home on North Spring, was bedfast most of the time. : Patty Lewis, daughter and Mrs. Robert Lewis, Garden St., underwent operation at DMC hos catur, Wednesday of this Fred Horn was taken to the: Clara's hospital Wedn .... morning in the Schahl amb for medical treatment. Walter G. Ebbersten of hart was removed con County Hospital Tuesday emoon in the Schahl ambul INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency. Florence Lachenmyer, Agenl ! ,.ONE sw,.sm MOmrr ha. I AM SEEKING RE-ELECTION AS YOUR CITY CLERK on the basis of my service and record the p:st four years. 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