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Rebekahs Hold (Continued from page 1) Jaggi, Ron Peterson, Susan Pep Meetidg On Jim Berg; Woodwind Duet Safurda Nighf Hamm and Randy Rogers; y PATRICK DEE, 82, OF ELKHART, DIED Maurice Patrick Dee, 82, of Elkhart, Ill., died Tuesday, April I licmomble Meutiz 4.00: Blaise DeMuth, Judy French, Janet Goodwin, Sharon Green, Linda Shanlb. quartet, Sue Ingrain, Elva The pep meeting of the 18, 1961 at 3:30 p.m.; in the St. :' Gordon, Camille Kafka, Susan District Asociation of the Re- Clara's Hospital, Lincoln.- W E A T H E R Mr. Dee was born Aug. 14, 1878 clarinet trio, Karen King, bekahs will be held Saturday in Elkhart, a son of Dennis and The weather man threw the DeMuth, Sally Ayers; clar- evening, April 22, in the I.O.O.F. Jane Fox Dee. He is survived by book at us in this area the past Connie Stoll, Lois Hall in Mount Pulaski. Members on e sister, Mrs. Joseph Buttell of few days. We've had spring, fall Vicki Passmore, Jo Ann of the Central Rebekah Lodge Elkhart. winter, and-.-you might have saxophone duet, Diane 313, will be hostesses for the even- Decedent was a member of the guested it. and John Kilhoffer; saxo. ing. St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Friday found the temperature duet, Kay Cooper, Ruth District 17 officers will be in Elkhart and Knights of Colum. at 40. Rain began about 6:30 a.m. drum duet, Mike Berg, charge of the Pep-Meeting. Each bus Lodge in Lincoln. but soon stopped. Sky was very Wayne Downing. lodge in the 17th district will Funeral services were held at dark for some time but the sun * The students who won an ex- have a part in this meting. 9:30 a.m. this Thursday, April 20 managed to shine a little. Temp. lent rating were: Daniel Lan. Each lodge will present a num- in St Patrick's Church, the Rev erature reached 62 degrees. Wind ham, boys medmm vome: ,irl' . o s ber for the program so there will Edward M. Krewer officiating, was strong all day. o, Bonnie Prather, Sue Ingrain, be plenty of fun and frolic. The Burial was made in the Calvary ille Kafka; snare drum, Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will Cemetery at Springfield. e Berg; baritone bass clef, Saturday was most miserable participate for Lodge 313's part of with a high cold wind all day. Danny Lanham; tenor saxophone, the entertainment. Ruth Stogdell; bass clarinet, HOSPITAL Sunday was almost a duplicate The refreshment and lunch NEWS gan in early hours of morning Burdick; alto saxophone, counter will be in charge of the of the previous Sunday. Snow be- Dierker; clarinet, Jo Ann members of the Central Rebekah Miss Flora Jennie Herrin of and continued practically all day. Hook; piano, Susan Jaggi. Lodge. Buffalo, who was taken in the Temperature was in the mid.20's winning excellent A Bazaar booth, selling fancy Schahl ambulance March 27, to : mixed brass duet, Bill work and hand-made articles of the Carle Clinic in Champaign, g and Denny Myrick; all descriptions, will be in charge was returned to her home in the duet, Lloyd Burdick, of Mildred Perryman, Past 17th ambulance Thursday, April 13. Fuhrer; clarinet trio, District Association president. Mr. and Mrs. RaTner O'Bryen Stuckel, Pat Leimbach, and There is to be Country Store came home Tuesday evening from Romer. booth with vice-president, Beat- St. Louis, Me., where the former Good ratings went to Blaise De- rice Parker of Blue Mound, as had been a medical patient in the boy's medium voice; John chairman. Canned goods, candy, Missouri and Pacific Hospital for tenor saxophone; Shar- cake, fruit, cookies and baked six weeks. Mrs. O'Bryen spent Green, orchestra bells; trom. goods will be for sale. part of the time at the hospital trio, Jim Berg, Alana De- Leah Vaughn will take care of with her husband. Maxine Van Fossan; mix- the fish pond. The cake walks clarinet trio, LoIS Ahrens, Vicki will be in charge of Gladys Shaft- Judy Lucas. " er. Donations for this will be ap- MPI"HS Honor Roll The solos and ensembles win- preciated. COCOANUT Superior ratings, along with Each year jelly is made Following is a list of names of BON SONS band and the chorus will par. donated for the two homes which students who made the honor in the State contest on the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows roll at the Mount Pulaski high May 6, in Decatur. support: The Children's Home in school for the fifth 6 weeks: 37c lb. Lincoln and the Old Folks Home Freshmen Reg. 59 lb. to start the day and much over 30. The blowing at a speed of 50 miles per hour and into the night. Monday dawned with coming oub of the west ground already covered. for a short time but day fine snow sifted down. perature started at 30 and 34. The wind had considerably. Tuesday was cloudy and Temperature stood around degree mark. Average IT'S HERE!!! This is day, April 19 and Spring is At least for today. The ature rose from the 40's to and the sun was shining The wind was blowing but was a beautiful one. Thursday A.M. About grees, 40 mile wind and for this community. ---Sarch pts  o-,oo MACKEY'S oo.,, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Friday and Saturday Specials Marks: Something at Mattoon. Jelly should be High Honors. 5}0: Maxine Van the multitude ofpla- brought to this meeting. Fossan, Sheila Wilham. This Pep-Meeting is a yearly Honors. 4.50: Larry Sutton, Su- LADIES' event for the purpose of raising san Jaggi. D! money for the State Assembly Honorable Mentio 4.00: Linda P U R S E S President Fund. The fund, this Cardoni, Carylyn Fuhrer, Wilbur year is called the "Busy Bee Glick, Philip Jacobs, Camille Kaf- 53 each F " und. It helps support the two ka, Judy Knauer, Judy Wubben, homes John Zimermann, Marylyn Fuhr- Reg. $I.00 State Assembly President, Paul- er.. inn Price, has asked that Lodges Sophomores High Honors, S.00: Vicky Pass- more, Jo Ann VanHook. Hosmrs, 4.50: Cheryl Sutton. Honorable Montioa, 4.00: Lawr- ence Collier, Carol Dillsaver, John Kilhoffer, Stephen Martin, Randel Rogers, Wilma Schmidt, Ruth Stogdell. make a scrap book this year. Our District Association President Lorraine Garfoot, has as her pro- ject this year, membership. New members are welcome. The president's colors are the i colors of "God's Rainbow". Her flowers are the flowers of Gardens". Her aim is to revere the flags of our country, our state and our fraternity. Each lodge in the district will join her in her ac- tivities this year. It is an honor to have the Pep Meeting in Mount Pulaski, this Sil-Tennial year. lyn Arney, Bill Downing, Darlene The public is invited to attend Downing, Jack Leonard, Connie meeting at 6 p.m. and to Stoll. "Sing, Smile and Serve" during the evening. Seniors Honors, 4.50: Lois Ahrens, Ray Deibert, Margaret Eberle, Joe Sea: Where a man will always Kelly, Roberts Ridgeway, Ronald be when he has a girl in every Stoll, Nancy Walch. port. ]tmiovs High Honors, 5.00: Sherry Davis, Marian Dierker. Honors, 4.50: Pauline Burdick, Linda Hamm, Jana Rockwell. Honorable Metion, 4.00. Mart- Chocolate-Covered PEANUTS 47 lb. Reg. 69c Pillow Cases for Embroidery $1.33 Pr. Reg, $1.79 FREE BUY 2 Packages d Vegetable or Flow Seed -- Get one FREE! BOY'S SHIRTS 67 Sizes 6-16. Reg. $1,00 m.. PLASTIC ROSES 10 each TEACH-A.TOT TOYS 53 Reg. $1,00 Auto Un;nsured Coverage pays your from injury when the driver is at fault and not have insurance. R. Moore Phone SW 2-5215 MT. PULASKI, ILL. ME4T SPECIALS! PICNIC HAMS. cured ................ lb. 39c BACON SQUARES ........................ pc. 19c SMOKED LINK SAUSAGE .......... lb, 69c FRESH RENDERED LARD ............ 3-lb. 39c SPARE RIBS . lean ........................ lb. 39c Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 ------- BY APPOINTMENT ONLY ------ BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 1/ BEEF - Choice ........................................ lb. HIND QUARTER ......................................... lb. Telephones in Color To match or contrast in your decorating scheme. Available in twelve beautiful decorative colors. We will mail to you, upon request, a descriptive folder showing the telephone in actual color, Just call our business office. Uo you have a retractable cord on your telephone? Why not have the convenience of one at a verY small cost. They are available in several differ- 4k: ent lengths. 55e Camm lnanab FRONT QUARTER .................................. lb. 45c Hours: 8 to S Monday thru Saturday Moult| Pulaski Mr. PULASKI 00OOD LOCKERS Telephone Company MOUNT POZ,ASKZ .:. ILLINOIS PHONE SW 2-5618