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6, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE MR. AND SCHROTH Connolley and Miller entertain- guests at a Kitchen Mr. and Mrs. at the Tomlin- Center Tuesday 24. )r were the lovely gifts. serving in Corps of the U. S. received his basic Ft. Leonard Wood, Saturday for the and then on to the CHESTNUT SOCIETY QUARTERLY MEETING The Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League of Chestnut Zion Lutheran church, met recently in the church basement for their quarterly business meeting. 21 members responded to roll call with a verse of "Christ's Sermon on the Mount." The pastor, Pony. Hein, led the topic discussion, "The Church Is Thy Home." The 6th annual convention of the Central Illinois District is to be held in Trinity Lutheran church, Peoria, Wednesday, May 9, with registration beginning at 9 a.m. (DST). ': The guest speaker, Miss Har- uko Morishita, is a Japanese [student at the University of Cin- [cinnati and we are sure she will bring us an inspiring message. Mrs. Robert Wurth and Mrs. I Edward Ruwe will serve as dele- I gates to the convention, and Mrs. Harold Stoll and Mrs. Edward yon Thun will serve as alter- nates. A Fellowship Dinner will be served at noon, and Mrs. Ed- ward Fetzer will accept reserva- tions until May 1st. Plan now to attend the con- vention and renew old acquaint- ances and make new friends, all of whom are interested in Mis. sion work and willingly serve the Lord with gladness. HOSPIT00T. NEWS Donald Burk of this commun- ity was admitted to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln Saturday for surgery. Fred Mayer, Sr.. was taken to the Deaconess hospital in Lin- coln last Friday for medical care. Charles Rodems of Buffalo Hart was removed in the Schahl am- bulance to St. John's hospital in Springfield, last Thursday. Robert Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ryan, South Spring street, was taken suddenly ill MAY 13 early Sunday morning and was rATE AEMORY removed to the St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln, in the Sehahl am- L'30 P. M. (D.T.) [ bulanee. - Sun., May 12-13 1 Mrs. Albert Reiterman was re- (D.S.T,) [moved from the Decatur-Macon $1.80 . $2.40 i[county hospital Sunday, to her home southeast of Mount Pulas- $1.20, IncL tQx] ki. in the Schahl ambulance. ] on Sale [ Mrs. Stanley Tuggle entered Slrl " [ the Macon County Sanitarium in Decatur for treatment, WedneS- .U Orders !day of last week. Her brother, SpringfielcL I1LILouis Renfro, was taken to the 'sanitarium at the same time. Campus Mothers Day At U. of I. May 4-5 Mothers of University of Illi- nois students will be in the spot- light on the Urbana-Charnpaign campus on May 4-5 when camp- us Mother's Day is again observ- ed on the campus where the idea of such an observance originat- ed in 1921. The date is a week before National Mothers' Day. Prominent in activities of the weekend will be the University of Illinois Mother's A:sociation. Its county chairmen, among them Mrs. Merritt Williams of l Chestnut, who represents Logan County, will meet on the aft. ernoon of May 4 and have din- ner that evening. All of the mothers will gath- .er in the II]ini Union Building May 5 for the annual Mothers' Asociation meeting at 10:30 a. m c CDT, preceded by a coffee hour at 9:30 a.m., at which the county chairmen will be hos- tesses. CHESTNUT CONS. SCHOOL I COMMUNITY CLUB The Community Club of the Chestnut Consolidated School is :sponsoring an old-time dance at the school gym this coming Sat- , urday night, April 28th at 8:30 P. M. There will be a five.piece ald- time musicians orchestra. Re- freshments will be served. Proceeds go to the Community Club who will probably in turn, present the same to the School Lunch Project. 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