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APRIL 26, 1951 Aid Society of the church will hold an Thursday, May home of Mrs. ag, northwest of the dinner will be noon. Assisting hostess- Mrs. Betty Atwood and t Barrels. Aid Society of the Zion Lutheran church, its regular monthly MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASL ILLINOIS ! Mrs. Oran Scroggin will be LOCAL NEWS hostess to the Never.Grow-Old Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Whittle of Chicago, visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and society Friday, May 4, at 2:30 p. m. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. B. H. Keck. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith entertained members of the De. :camerion club Monday night, April 23. Following a dinner at the Hotel Lincoln, Lincoln, the group went to the Smith home and played bridge. Prizes were won by Nicholas L. Hubbard, Dr. George S. Connelly and Miss Nora Hubbard, the latter of Lin- coln. Woelfel, Mrs. Geo. and Miss Dorothy Shull. will be given by of the Zion Lutheran Parochial school under of their teacher, Arthur This will be the last of the club season. An- will be given, and of officers held. of the Cousins Club by Mrs. Roman Thursday, April 19, at Recreation Center, in the afternoon. The Was Five Hundred. The Won by Mrs. H. J. A1- COln; Mrs Albert F. Joseph "Egermann Fred Ruth. The club will be held at the Alberts. April 27 at 7:30 p.m., Pulaski Service Mo- War II, will meet Recreation are Mrs. Earl Charles Stopher, Leonard. of the Methodist meet with Mrs. Eliz- Thursday, May 3 at hostesses are Witt, Mrs. George and Miss Katie Volle. Workers of St. churchill Mrs. George J_h May 2, at 2:30 p.m. Will Society of the Aquinas Catholic meet with Mrs. four miles south- city, Wednesday, May rnrngin I e ch3u.rch The Sewing Circle of the ZiOa ,, . Y'. Y , Lutheran church will meet l" uem will lead the the home of Mrs Carl Baumann ,k topic discussion on[Thursday afternoon, May 3. All --, lne communion oi I members are requested to meet , [in the church basement at 1:30 'ar Club will meet in[P m. for a picture of the society library rooms Tues-[to be taken for the Centennial 1, at 2:30 p.m. Host-[Book. be Mrs. G. F. Wait, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Aid-vciety of St. church will meet C*eorge Mann on Vine ay, May 3 at 2:30 meeting of the A- will be held at May 1. Zion Lutheran church are spon- soring a Mother and Daughter Banquet at 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 29th. Leo Ojakaar of Es- tonia, who is a student at Milli- kin University in Decatur, will be the guest speaker. The Mother.Daughter Banquet at the Methodist church has been changed from Monday evening, May 7 to Wednesday, May 9th. The Triple-L Ag Club met re- cently at the home of Michael Drake near Chestnut. Darrell Stoll presided at the meeting in the absence of Donald Stoll. At this time seven new members joined the club. Games were played, under the direction of Joyce Edwards, the recreation leader. Mr. Drake showed us a movie of some pictures taken on an airplane trip to Florida. Re. freshments were served. Anyone iwishing to join the club may do so at the next meeting Friday, May 18, at the home of Donald and Darrell Stoll. --Larry Schroth, Reporter Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Britton of Decatur, visited Tuesday with! his sister. Mrs. Hattie Laymon. Mrs. William G. Whittle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll had as Saturday dinner guests, Mrs Hattie Keen of Fairfield; Mrs. Mary 3ohnston, of Kensett, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robson, sons Gilbert and Donald, of Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. Wade Schott and family. Rev. Ray O. Zumstein was in Chicago Monday attending the meeting of the Illinois Synod summer camp committee at the Synod office. Mrs. Grace Waddell, who has been in Ventura, Calif., for 18 months, with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hayes Jr., arrived in Mt. Pulaski Saturday to remain in- definitely with another daughter, Mrs. Charles Anderson, and fam- ilylvlrs. C. R. Gilchrist of Lincoln came to Mount Pulaski Monday for a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beidler. The Logan County Legion Band went to Morton Sunday and played at the dedication of the new American Legion Home. Mount Pulaskians who are mem- bers of the band and who made the trip. included Shelby Curtis, Oscar Fleagle, Donald Copeland, Russel Curtis, Don Lee and Tom Romer. Mrs. Joseph Snyder and son Charles of Peoria, and Mrs. Chas. Sparks of Lincoln, visited Sat- urday with Mrs. R. D. Aitchison. Mrs. Harold Trapp Sr., of Lin- COLEMAN GAS -- OIL LOW COST AUTOMATIC HEAT See It Today Smith Implement CO. Mount Pulaski, I11. IDAGE TI"VE: : coln was a caller Monday. i way, deceased, having been ap- Mrs. Walter Rowe, who spent I pointed as such by the County the winter months in a nursing Court of Logan Count Illino . , _ y, is, home m Springfield, returned to I and having duly qualified, here- tne home oI ner aaugnter, Mrs. J bv ives public notice that the Jesse Wflham, Saturday. first Monday of June, A. D. 1951, 'the same being the 4th day of NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE said month, is the claim date in State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court Of Satd CounW: In lrobate In Re: Estate of Minnie Ridge- way, Deceased. The undersigned Administrat- or of the Estate of Minnie Ridge- the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summon Harold Ridgeway, Administrator. Robert R. Humphrey, Attorney ANNOUNCING .... 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