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?7: / NOTES favors were made. ] The Chestnut Home Bureau will I meet with Mrs. Paul Dahmm on Good Will Society of St. I Weclnesday, May 17 at 1:30 p.m. ainas Catholic Church with Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich assisting y afternoon, May hostess. The major topic, "Accent home of Mrs. Donald east of the city. Fol- a business session mem- Five Hundred. Prizes by Mrs. Eugene Con- Rinaldo Bertoni, Mrs. and Miss Anna lover Leaf Club will hold Breakfast on Friday, at 11:45 a.m. in the La- House. the Western Style square the Tomlinson Recre- recently, the fol- officers were elected: Mr. and ,Mrs. Bill Hein Vice-Presidents, Mr. Kenneth Gerdes, Chest- Mr. and Mrs. , Treasurers, Mr. DOnald Burks. third meeting of the Chest- Your Room With Accessories," will be given by Mrs. Donald Donnan. Members are to bring some accessories as pictures or vases to be used in the discuss- ion. The short program will be "Planning Sheets". Roll call will !be a favorite dessert. J All members of the Eastern Star Chapter 466, are asked to come to the Masonic Hall, Friday, May 19, between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., for individual photographs which will be mounted in a Memory Al- bum for the Worthy Matron. A representative from the Allen Studio will take the pictures. Brownie Troop 374 met Tues- day after school, at the Recre- ation Center. The president called the meeting to order. Roll call was taken and dues collected. Refreshments were served and 4-H Club was,games enjoyed. May 2 in the base- [ The Dorcas Guild of the St. the Chestnut Methodist J John's Lutheran Church will meet It was decided that the Jat the home of Mrs. Marguerite sell birthday and an- McCarthy, Tuesday, May 16 at calendars for 50c each. divided among the so that the calendars sold. The following talks were given: "Fire, r Foe," Eleanor Troyer; and Trash Fires," "Matches and Cause Many Fires," Rodman; "Flammable Leimbach; Heat- Systems," Olga the talks Mar- gave a clarinet solo. Graham Unit of the met this Tuesday Edward Curtis, south Mrs. Walter Baker aisting hostess. Tray 7:30 p.m. The Loyal Daughters Society of the Christian Church, will meet Tuesday, May 16 at 2 pan., in the church. The Jabez Capps Barracks, No. 2260, Veterans of" World War I, met at the American Legion Home, May 8. Plans were made for a potluck dinner on Sunday, June 11, at the Legion Home. All Veterans of World War I and their families are invited to at- ted. Girl Scout Troop 236 met May 9, at the Library. The following officers were elected: President, Denise Schultz; Vice-President, Diane Scroggin; Secretary, Jeanne Give Mother A RECLINABLE ROCKER . FOR MOTHER'S DAY MODEL . 6O2 by LA-Z-BOY ROMG " TV VIEWING FULL BED RELAXING Maxheimer; Treasurer, Lynne Dit- tus; Peporter, Ann Zimmermann. At the meeting, Becky Singley showed first aid. Camp and Day Camp were discussed. Ann Zimmermann, Reporter. -The Household Science Club will meet on Friday, May I9, at the home of Mrs. Georgia Lanter- man with Mrs. Maude Miller as- sisting. Roll call will be answered by "Surprised Ambitions". There will be a round table discussion, 'What I Would Buy For My Home If I Were Given $5?" There will be a White Elephant silent auc- tion. Members are urged to bring a guest. [ Protection Camp #1911, Royal I Neighbors of America, will meet Thursday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. The lunch committee consists of Mrs. Harvey Robinson and Mrs. Everett Pruett. o 00Vely A00mcia] nou00 BIRTHDAY DNNER N DECATUR MAY 7 In Decatur on Sunday, May 7, J a dinner was given at the home J of Mrs. Florence Schroth, honor-[ ing the birthday anniversaries of j Lynne Romer, 14, of Mount Pul-J aski, and Art Newland, of De-] catur, both occurring on Saturday, ] May 6th. The following relatives were present: Blandensville: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Suycott and daughter, Diane. Mason City: Jim and Bob Rom- er. Bloomington: Tom 1Romer. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Win. D. Miller. Mt. Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Ro- man Romer, Steve, Lynne, Dick and Joe Romer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroth and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley and: TIMES-NEWS, Mount  IlL, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1961-.4 STATE CONVENTION OF hammer of Mt. Pulaski. ILLLINOIS WOMEN'S CLUBS The annual state convention of the Illinois Federation of Wo- men's Clubs is being held this week, from Tuesday to Thurs- day, May 9, 10 and 11, at the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. The Mount Pulaski Woman's Club is represented by Mrs. Eugene Kret- zinger and Mrs. Robert Wurth of Chestnut and Mrs. Herbert Shell- The Junior Woman's Club re- presentatives were Mrs. William Dittus and Mrs. Loren Holmes. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank my friends relatives and former neighbors for their cards, letters, flowers and visits, also Rev. Zumstein for visits. Mrs. Frank Beers/Willia being f.,r.,,: : High costs really squeeze younger families. 'r need most li/e insurance protection when they have : least money. Get out of that squeeze with BMA's "All Purpose" Plan... "lease-type" insurance gives low-cost protection now; you can convert to perma- nent insurance when your budget is less etrained. .... Call today for further irmation. Sheryl Davis.  / BIG REDUCTION ON Kennefh W. G.E. Freezers Johnson AT MOUNT PULASKI BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO. STAHL'S, Mr. Pulaski r. c; ,;, ,,o  sw .J64 COME IN AND REGISTER FOR OUR DOOR PRIZE O HOUSE Saturday, May 13 WE HAVE RECENTLY REMODELED AND ADDED NEW EQUIPMENT COME IN AND SEE US!! I fr .... i:i SPECIAL " 10 Sale  a COnventional rocker, to your cite TV reeliner, to a comfort- app er . . the magical new LIIA-ROCKER is the only a//. 10 aa' Because relaxing comes TO BE AWARDED AT GET THE SECOND ,. when you sit in a RE- lO P.M.. SATURDAY ONE FOB JUST ............ t&'ROCKER, you'll never be With any other chair. Come .Yto experience the luxurious "-' of the RECLINA-ROCKER. MOL 5 T-Bone Steaks _$2.25 Shrimp .............. $1.25 $143.95 Fried Chicken. $1.25 Hamburgers 20c An-angements -- HOME MADE PIES -- 4or Mother .............................. $2.95 up SATURDAY ONLY Buy One Sundae at Regular Price of 25c T FURNITURE TOM'S COFFEE SHOP f Mr. Pulaski, ilL /