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NOTES ill, vice Mothers of World Will meet on Friday even- 21 at the home of Mrs. This is one week t the schedule due Woman's Club card on that night Mere- asked to come early, scissors and thimbles, in to sew carpet rags before session. Bureau Unit H will meet May 5, at the Legion there are two lessons will start at 1:30 p. "A Trim Diet, A will be given by Schahl and Mrs. Bert The second lesson, "Ac- with Accessories" by Mrs. Clyde Febus Fleagle. of Home Bureau Unit visit the Morton's Pottery a tour in Peoria on April 25 The group will cars from Bertoni's Res- at 8:30 that morn- who will make the those who can take contact Mrs. Herbert or lVlirs. Wilhelm Four Leafs Club met April home of Steve Guiso. A was discussed. Gary talked on Black Angus Gulso's subject was sheep. There were 14 present. The next meet- at Lyle Howe's home at 8 p.m. BUreau Unit No. i met at Legion Home re- remaining lessons out for members un- present. Mrs. Larry gave the lesson on "Your Clothing Plan" and a discussion followed the Lake Fork Community meet Friday, April 21, Refreshments will be and coffee will be serv- one is invited to attend. Holders Club will meet of Mrs. Sam Green April 25, with Miss as hostess at 2 p. are to bring cookies gift. They are reminded their Secret Pal. Troop 374 met at the center April ITth after president called the order after which the and dues eollectd. troop leader, passed out trip permission slips for par- ents to sign for the trip to New Salem Saturday, April 29. Re. freshments were served and gam- es enjoyed. Girl Scout Troop 236 met at the library Tuesday, April 18. They worked on the songs that will be sung on the trip to New Salem, April 29th. Finger paintings that were completed in January, were mounted on large pieces of card- board. A business meeting was held and refreshments served that were brought by Flo Ann Lynch. Lynne Dittus, Reporter. The Tuesday Afternoon Club will meet April 25th at the home of Mrs. George J. Smith. The next regular meeting of the Poebekah Lodge, Central 313, will be held Friday, April 21, at 8 p. June Ann Hutchcr To Marry In July Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Hutch- cra, 1368 Green Tree Lane, Glen- dale, Mo., have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, June Ann, to Jerry R. Reich, of Chicago. Miss Hutchcraft, a 1956 graduate of Jersey Community High School, Jerseyville, Ill., was graduated from the University of Illinois in 1960 with a B.A. de- gree in English. While at the un- iversary she was active in the University Theatre for three years and served as secretary and assistant editor of Xanadu, the Campus Literary Magazine. She is completing her first year of teaching at Hinsdale Township m. A Jewel presentation is being i Hig h School, Hinsdale, Ill. planned for this meeting with] Mr. Reich, son of Mrs. Mabel Jewels being given to Isa Tomlin- Reich, of Chicc:ago, and .Ra_n_-  ,  vr membership, dall Reicll oI tiarvey, amo wai -"', " .... -'--'- - ........ I-n,,oted from the University oI and Chloe Jenner Ior u yaxO-l;Lau" Mrs Ethel Hutchison and Mrs.lilto.. He .received hlS B.A:d? " ...... f this ree Irom me cnooi oL c,- Mary Veecn are In cnarge u I  . - * Families are invited to attend. I tecture. He Is a mem.aer oI ar- Lunch will be served at9 p.m. lab, professam3v:c?lttc:urtoa" Mrs. Mac Robinson has been I tgrmty a,u v elected a delegate to the Spring i al swimming fraternity. Mr. Reich 17th District Ass'n. meeting in is associated with Louis C. Coro- Forsyth, May 5th, which will be held both afternoon, and even- ing. The Royal Neighbors Camp No. 1911, will have their annual so- cial pinochle party after their business meeting, Thursday even- ing, April 20. Everyone is wel- come. Sil-Tennial outfits can be worn. Refreshments will be serv- ed. The Music Unit of the Woman's Club meets Tuesday, April 25 at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. William Myrick. A talent pro- gram is being planned. GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET ON FRIDAY, APRIL 28th Miss Marie Sams, chairman of the Mount Pulaski Garden Club, announces that members will meet Friday, April 28, at 2 p.m. in the club room at the Muldoon Memorial building There will be an exchange of bulbs or plants and any flow- er arrangements will be apprec!- dogan, architect, of Chicago The couple is planning a July wedding The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Charles Ey of Mount Pulaski. DINNER HONORED DELAWARE RELATIVE A chicken dinner was served Sunday noon, April 16, at the Coffee Shop, honoring Mrs. Lillian Heldmyer of New Castle, Dela- ware, who was a guest of rela- tives, Mr and Mrs. Fred J. Roth. Others present at the dinner were Miss Anna Fuhrer, Joe Fuhrer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley, Mrs. George J. Smith, Mrs John E. Dillver, Lynne Romer, Tommy Connolley, all of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Win. D. Miller of Chestnut vicinity, and Mark Miller of Latham. Regrets were received from sev- eral relatives. NOTE OF THANKS ated. An interesting program is We want to take this oppor- being arranged, tunity to thank all those who l furnished food, helped at the Mrs Walter A Schafer ; Methodist Church and those who Mr and _" . ._t .... , *e Freeport Band mem- will entertain the memoers oi tne[--" "that they were able to Mr. and Mrs. Club on lvionaaYlers ,o . / .... , A ril 24th. I put on a concert zor lviount rulas- evemng P I ki. All was greatly appreciated. e. Pads at Tt------ -News-" The Band Boosters. NrWS, Mom Pulm IlL, Oi OF , Mrs. Fred Froehlleh i Lester Skaggs. The :tao METHODIST WSCE [L ester Skaggs. I The new officers will be New officers for the ensuinged by the Rev. John Muir year, elected at the April meet- worship services Sunday, ing of the Woman s Society of Christian Service, of the First Methodist Church, are as follows: President, Mrs. Oscar Shull; vice.president, Mrs. Vaughn Wal- ch; Secretary, Miss Charlotte Hanslow; Treasurer, Mrs. Robert Keck; Secretary of Children's Work, Mrs. Herschel Hahn; Sec- retary of Christian Social Rela- tions, Mrs. John Waddell; Sec- retary of Literature and Publica- tions, Mrs Ambrose Witt; Secretary of Missionary Edu- cation and Service, Mrs. John Curtis; Secretary of Promotion, Mrs. John Romanotto; Secretary of Spiritual Life, Miss Nellie Van- er, reporter; Marion Stoll, devender; Secretary of Student, leadr; Eleanor Troyer and : :4 Work, Mrs. Carl Goodman; Seere- l Leimbach, recreation I  | tary of Supply Work, Mrs. Nor-IOlga Zebrum, scrapbook man Horn; Secretary of Youth I man. i Work, Mrs. Francis Myrick. I Mrs. Geneva Troyer and The nominating committee was Janice Dittus are club leade made up of Mrs. Walter Barrels, --Peggy Buehler, CHESTNUT JR. HOMEMAlUZltS MET TUESDAY, APRIL || The first meeting of the nut Junior Homemakers 4-H was held Tuesday, April 11, the basement of the Methodist Church. The the meeting was to club for the coming sun's, The following offlcera elected: President, Deloris bach; vice-president, Betty secretary, Cherrilyn Bahn; urer, Geneva Troyer; Rodman and Betty are club delegates; Peggy INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent oNz swz.sm Momw ,.xs THANK YOU, VOTERS... Is extended to all those who gave me their courtesy votes in Tues- day's election inasmuch as I had no opposilion/or Cil T Treasurer. HARRIET BENDER SPECIAL V, LUE DINETTE by HOWELL 5 PIECE SET S1190000 Here is one of the best values in a dinette set by we have offered in many months. This 36 x 60" has 12" self storing leaf. 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