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B NOTES 00ader and George Voile the program. The president urges 20th has been set for the all officers and circle chairmen date for taking ,colored to meet at 1 p.m. for executive of Sil-Tennial 'Ladies, committee meeting. The Prayer etc., at the library. An time will be at 1:45 p.m., led by photographer will be Mrs. Fred Froehlich. All officers _ take the pictures not taking their office back, bring ,e Good Will Society" of St. your handbook to this meeting mas Aquinas Catholic Church [for the new officers. The hostess 0_ t Wednesday, May 3 at Icmmittee is composed of mrs. ,,._p:rn. in the home of Mrs.[ Jhn Curtis, Mrs. Julian Sarns, "ld Waddell east of the city. Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mrs. Guy ,,_ Ladies Aid Society of St. Renner and Mrs. Lucy McCormick. Ih'':suleLutheran- church will" meet Brownie Troop 374 met Tuesday , ,,carueh basement Thurs- after school at the Recreation m may 4 at 2 p.m. The hostess Center. Plans were completed for -,hte Miss Anna Roth. the trip to New Salem, Saturday, .ae _Ladies Aid Society of the April 29. If the trip is to be can- m_ Church will meet on celled, due to bad weather, there will be a notice on the 7 or 8 a.rn. UaY, May 4 at 2 m in A " -aurc P. -, I new broadcast over WPRC. , L_ h. Mrs. Clarence Unland -" charge of the Devohon business meeting was held and -I " -refreshments served after which  are to be Miss Flor- :games were enjoyed. WYad and Mrs. Ross Shoup. The Lutheran Workers of the St. Presidents of the Club will meet Satur- May 6, at the rural Ellis Downing. Club meets Tues- at 2 pzn. in the club Muldoon ' Memorial will be Miss Mrs. C. M. Merri- Gene C. Clear and Mrs. A program is be- of the Never-Grow- Will meet Friday, at 2 P.m., in the home Arthur Park, with Mrs. assisting. Club wilt not meet of May. of the Methodist meet in the church 4 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Will be the Worship John's Lutheran Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Adye Suedmeier, Wednesday, May 3, at 2 p.m. Girl Scout Troop 236 met at the library April 25. We finished going over the songs that we are going to sing on our trip to :New Salem, and we went over the! things we are going to do when we get to New Salem. We had i our business meeting and then we had refreshments which were brought by Jean Maxheimer. Reporter, Lynne Dittus. The Garden Club will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, April 28, at the l Muldoon Library. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Downing will show color- ed slides of a recent trip to Ha- waii. Mrs. Elmer Sehaffenacker is chairman for the afterntmn. The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 4, at the church basement with Mrs. Mar- tin Rothe as hostess. Spring Convention-- (Continued from page 1) was introduced as the new Illi- nois Mother of 1961 and was i heartily greeted. Prof. Norman Johnson, U. of I. , Ektension Service and Director of Allerton Park, near Monticello, talked on "Some Considerations of Federated Women's Clubs' Par- ticipation in Community Improve- ments." Mrs. Vernon Barnes, 1st vice- president of the Illinois Federa- tion of Women's Club, gave a message from the president Mrs. George V. Mahmgren, as well an her own personal greetings. Mrs. Wiethrick, Jr. Director of the 17th District, spoke of the work of the Juniors, of which there are 636 members in the districts. There was an extensive show- ing of posters, made by 7th and 8th grade pupils and entered in! the Art contest. Several Press Books were on display, and the blue ribbon winner had been already entered in the State Press Book contest. Mrs. Oswald Brooker, speaking for the Resolutions Committee, re- ported there were 174 present at the convention representing 52 clubs from five counties. Many of the Mount Pulaski club ladies appeared in their Sil- Tennial ctumes, which seemed to create a lot of interest with the vistors, who were invited to come back the week of July 22-29 and enjoy the festivities. The Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs of ML Pulaski were hosts to the convention. 0000D-nWL0000t m. TSmU00,, Freeport, Illinois April 21, 1961 Dear Harry: It is with heartfelt gratitude that I write this letter to you. For five years I have considered a trip for our band to your city i and for one year I have intensely !planned it. At no time, however I did I anticipate the warm recep- tion that was extended to us at every turn. The p,-"ople of Mount Pulaski have engraved themselves in the memories of all that took the trip and have revived memor- ies to me personally. Perhaps the bus driver's volun- tary "remark to me would best define what I mean. He said, "I just told the other driver that I didn't know there were so many nice people left." And to the Band Boosters and the Methodist Church women, a hearty thank you from a very well fed and appreciative band for the tremendous chicken din- ner. This is best described I be- lieve by one of our chaperones who said, "These are not only wonderful people but they can cook. too." To you, Harry, thanks for the fine publicity, program printing, and the very thoughtfully pre- pared personally inscribed place mats and picture postcards of the Sil-Tennial and the Mt. Pulaski court house. As one child said, "Mr. Werntz, they did know we were coming." To the fine responsive audience that came to hear us play, we can only say a hearty thank you. Your warm reception to our off- erings was an experience that we will never forget. Thank you for coming. To those that opened their hem- Father (impressively): Suppose [es to us for housing and break- I should be taken away suddenly, [ fast, we extend our sincere appre- what would become of you, my[ciation. Without this courtesy we boy," Icould not have afforded the trip. --" t Irreverent son: I'd stay here.]these accommodatmns therefore The question is, what would be- 'were the key to our trip. And Mt. come of you?" Pulaski people furnished that key. thanks to Claus Tanner. Without mission and eagerness to help fine trip, it would never materialized. On his fell the main resptmstbilRy q  arranging, planning, and confirming all our stay in Mt. Pulaski. to be done during the week: to his district solo and contest when a man the entries he sent considered himself extra activities. A lesser would have ducked the load. Our gratitude to taking on the extra work time So, to you all, thanks for coming through in typical ol Pulaski fashion. Sincerely, Les Wem Ap.l Mr. Harry Wible, Editor TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Dear Mr. Wible: Speaking for the band, like to thank you for the publicity which you The souvenir postcards and mats were appreciated to most by all. Thank you for your time and effort. We would like you to the people of ML for opening their day night, to us and breakfasts which they Also thank the the women of the ch for taking the time to the excellent chicken Thank you again for wonderful things which the people of Mr. Pulaski make our trip possible. Sincerely yours, Dan Balz i Band Cut: A kind of haircut.  The New Look a ,n Telephone Numbers wi.craing to Mt. Pulaski, Latham and Chestnut tn thhe Sept. 1, 1961 issue of our new directory.  tEW LOOK is called ALL NUMBER CALL- ha t (ANc) which means, tlhat your number will [i, seven figures instead of, two letters and five be 7 s" For example, Mt. Pulaski SW 2-3456 will a-a 2-3456; Latham OR3-3789 will be 674-3789,  tZhestnut py 6-5234 fill be 792-5234.. You U nOtice on your dial that the prefix figures k. s the same dial holes as the prefix letters. 13Fehange is being made in preparation tot be ;L'.F DISTANCE DIALING (DDD) which win to .vailable to us in 1962. ODD will enable you 8taaL direct to most any telephone in the United o. YOUR NUMBER WILL NOT BE CHANGED tod. yur method of dialing. You will continue lao, lal as you have in the past, dialing only the y. rive figures of the number you are calling. an , can continue to use your present stationery le;_ thor printed material which shows the Man; Prefix on your number, but if you a.re ,^/uung on ordering new printed material with ur telephone number on it, be sure and use your WSEVEN FIGURE number and your AREA ala 217. This is an example of how it should ar on your printed material CODE AREA 217 792.3456 Your Code area number will be explained in the- aet issue. If You Want additional information or ff you have any questions, please feel free to call us. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company ;18 Special Purchase of "Kennedy Rockers" Stahl Furniture, always striving to keep in step g, vith modem mands and styles has brought to Mount Pulaski the famous Boston Rockers. Something new has been added to the Boston Rocker---up- holstered seats and hacks add to their ease and bring color to your room. : k( : Youql find the chair you want here wheth- er it be a rocker, easy or occasionaL " Rocking Chairs ,i comfort and pieces. Tbee'. ways a certu  where a chabr this-fits in STAHL FURNITURE Mount Pulaski, Illinois :