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10, 1951 Presidents' Club Pulaski Woman's afternoon, home of Mrs. El- northwest of the Were perfected for of chairs for the om of the new Mul. which is in the Construction. A social and the nos- a delicious lunch. were in pro- the home, with an arrangement on the Workers Class of Pulaski Christian evening, Lee on of Mr. and North Park were in charge Ey. Mr. Lee was taking the MOUNT IDrLASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT ITJr..ASZtZ, zlJr.,,lZfOZS ' a potluck on The Good Will Society of the lhOld a Mother s D y St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic' Monday, May 14 at 6 p.m., in church, met Wednesday after- the Methodist church. Any faro- noon, May 2, in the home of Mrs. ] ity having more than one Girl Claude Litterly southwest of the Scout member has the privilege city. After the 'business meeting of asking soneone else so that Five Hundred was played. Priz- es were won by Mrs. Frank Buehler, Mrs. Oscar Shanle and Mrs. Harold Scheuler. The regular meeting of the Mount Pulaski Chapter No. 466, Order of Eastern Star tode, will be held in the Masonic hall at 8 p.m. Monday, May 14th. A special meeting of Service Mothers'of %Vorld War II will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center Friday. May 11. at 7 p.m., to cut and sew carpet rags to be each girl will have a guest. Each family is to bring a covered dish, and own table service. Drinks for children and adults will be furn- ished. The Latham Community Home Bureau will meet Tuesday, May 15. at 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Harm V,'eston. The major lesson, "Home Care of the Sick" will be pre- sented by Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt, while the minor lesson, "Hard Meringes," will be by Mrs. Win. Hawk. Roll call will be answer- sent to veterans in hospitals, ed by "The Kitchen Gadget I Use Most." Chestnut Home Bureau will t ASKI meet on Wednesday, May 16. STU'DEIrS at 1:30 p.m. (CST) at the home of PUL Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, with ON HONOR ROLL AT Mrs. Seve Southern assisting. , ROLL A MINE SCHOOL Roll call will be a "Current I Event." The major lesson will Myron B. Haynes, son of Mr. IPAE FIVE University of Illinois agricul-ing improvements that will ln- tural engineers advise going a. /crease your farm production or head with needed farm build-lsave labor. SPRED S A T I N RUBBER BASE WALL PAINT NO PAINT ODOR -- 100% WASHABLE Millard Phillips, be "Home Care of the Sick." pre- A social hour was sented by Mrs. Elmer Roos and Mrs. Merritt Williams. The min- MOTHER 100% NYLON BLOUSE Very Special at or lesson will be "Hard Meringe" given by Mrs. Edward yon Thun. Members of the D.W. Club were entertained Wednesday aft- ernoon, May 2. at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenaeker, east of Chestnut. Pinochle was en- joyed and prizes won bv Mrs. or Sheer Nylon FROCKS to 52 and Half Sizes and 3.95 HOME- APRONS Organdy's and Prints to 2.45 THE LOOM SLIPS 12 ASSORT- OF I00LEAR'S and Mrs. Everett Haynes, East Cooke street, and Roy D. Kinert, son of Mrs. Kathryn Kinert, East Jefferson street, Mount Pulaski, were announced as students on ,he Honor List at the Second An- nual Honors Convocation held in Parker Hall at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla. Mo. April 25th. In order Elmer Rohrer, Lincoln; lrs. A1- to be on the Honor List a stu- bert Horn and Mrs. Ed Ruwe of dent must attain an average ize went grade point of 2.00 or better. Mount Pulaski. Guest pr . I  ,,-^ ,,nrs Convocation are to Mrs. Julia Schah]. Anomer. l^' 2 nurDose of making guest was Mrs Fred "P.velger of l hem ,u, .... ,-- - . ..... t. Mo " certain awards to stuaents ea:n St. Louis. - . _ /year in public acknowledgement . Mount Pulaski Home bureau,| : ....... ir s olastic attammem " " Ma" ot -i, ...... ch . . . Unit II, will meet 5onda.; :/,.) / and ,eneral engineering pro.mlse, 14 at 2 pm., in the home oz a:,; + 7,ter recognizing such as- Wendell Rothwell, vcest OI tne!tn .... _ .... llh, as initiative "'_  _a. 1on "Home beets ot per.u-,,- _. it . lne HZaJUL  .... . arYe of the Sick." will be pre- integrity and leadersn|p sented by Mrs. Milton French and Mrs. Louis French. The rain- of lesson, "Hard Meringes" will be given by Mrs. Harold Tendick. Members may bring guests. The Book Club met on Monday night at the home of Mrs. An- drew Wiggers northeast of the city. The book, 'q'ime For Tapi- oca", was reviewed by Mrs. Carl Ey of Lincoln. Author of the book is Charlotte Stryker, whose parents were residents of Lin- coln many years ago. The Household Science club will meet Friday, May 18 at the home of Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, northwest of the city. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. James Coogan, Mrs. Heb Birks and Mrs. Rach- el Little. A potluck dinner will be served at noon, followed by the regular program. Roll call will be answered by "Your Fav- orite Flower." Mrs. Win. F. Stoll will have a hobby display and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, a flower display. The Loyal Daughters Society of the Christian church will meet in the church Tuesday. May 15, at 2:30 p. m. Devotional will be in charge of Miss Georgia Rob- errs. The May committee is corn- Myron and Roy also received the Phi Kappa Phi Book Plate A- ward in recognition of outstand- ing scholastic achievement and for having maintained a grade point of 2.00 or better for an i academic year. Myron is a Sophomore in Civil Engineering and Roy is a Sopho- more in Ceramic Engineering at the school. In our public schools today teachers are afraid of the prin- cipals; the principals are afraid of the superintendent; the sup- erintendents are afraid of the school boards; the school boards are afraid of the parents; the parents are afraid of the child- ren; and the children are afraid of nobody. A farmer's wife had lost her mind. As they carried her away in a strait.jacket he said: "I jest can't rigger what got into her she ain't been outta the kitchen in 30 years." - DISTRESSED EYES Dosed of Mrs. John Stratton, Mrs. Lester Downing, Mrs. Ross Shoup, EYLAX acts like a tonic for Mrs Orville E Martin, Mrs. your eyes. Guaranteed quick re- " " o e-ilief for tired or irritated, eyes - Rachel Little, Mrs. Frank C PJ 1-,our dependable druggmt has land and Mrs. Wallace lamz. !genuine EYLAX or will_order it Girt Scouts and Brownie for you - get a bottle today. 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