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CLUB NOTES '- " of the DW Club met .Wednesday afternoon, May 10, at home of Mrs. Karl Dittus. mOchle was enjoyed and prizes by Mrs. Norman Sehahl, Mrs. nrm  Rothwell, Mrs. W illiaann  qperman, Mrs. Albert Horn m. William Voelker, the latter a club guest. The next meeting 14!! be held on Wednesday, June i t the home of Mrs. Albert M" ' west of the city on the t. Pulaski-Elkhart blacktop. ,s e annual state convention of Illinois Federation of Wo- Club was held in the Hotel t,,  an, Chicago, from Tuesday tt:lUrsday, May 9-10-11. Those tend'mg from the Mount Pulaski eh s Club were, Mrs. Elmer enacker, Mrs. Herbert Shell- dner, Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger ' . Robert Wurth; and from , Junior Woman's Club were, ' William Dittus and Mrs. Lor- .,tiolmes. They returned home - *aay. ,Service Mothers of World War .WilLl - meet Friday, May 26 at ,. Pan., in the home of Mrs.  Poffenbarger on North Scott yerabers are reminded that are to sew carpet rags. thn Past Noble Grand Club of 7:) Lodge will mettt h, ' - onaay, lvmy zz of Mrs. M. J. Shafer on orth Belmont St. 1T ke Handy Hands 4-H Club of at', : Fork, met Monday evening ee le School house to elect off- la for this year and to choose !.' :s. The following were elect- . da Cardoni, president; Sue  .on, vice-president; Cheri , secretary; Anita Bohn, p.SUrer; Kay Allspach, reporter; ,:e Handlin and Cheryl Sut- , recreation chairmen. At this ..,there are 20 members. Girls f0' ju,,, to join must do so be- iUne 1st. The leader is Mrs. n  French. The next meeting l'a oe at 4:30 Wednesday, May m the Lake Fork grade school. ae Elkhart Music Department the the Girls' "Athletic Ass'n. of hlg SChool are presenting an even- .with Roger and Hammer- l, at the Elkhart gymnasium, tlY, May 19, at 8 pan. Adult -- are 50c and students, 25c. nie Troop #374 met on ay at the Recreation Center. IIONORED MOTHERS" DAY l'ly.Up ceremony was prac- Mothers' Day was a hapPY oc. IZ" Usan Mendenhall served casion for Mrs. Leslie Rid.g.e.way .rnents, celebrating her of Broadwell, when her n, he :ay. The next meeting will grandee, and he ! Fly.Up ceremony and will children, gathered at her lame to -av" at the library, Tuesday, honor her. There were 44 _leset a, ". at 4 p m The mothers and she received many love y mVited to aend, flowers and gifts. l, e Lake Fork Community Mrs. Kidgeway is the mother of '" Will meet on Frida Ma 15 children- Six daughters and at 7 ...... Y" Y eleedo .o p.m. Tere wm De an two sons abe living. The oldest to inn of officers Members are son was unable to be present but he vg ie. Coff and pop will phoned his mother. ecl. Everyone invited. Mr. Ridgeway, who has been in Pulaski Chapter of failing health for some time, ch- ef Eastern. Star will i Joyed his family, too. cy Jo of Chaxleston; Mr. and Joe Sernanik, Jr., and children, Joey, Pamela and Michael; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Blanford, Miss Catherine Hertz, Miss Alice Moe Loarnis, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner of Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Ferd Blanford spent Saturday and Sunday with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blanford. The 3rd grade Brownies enter- mined their mothers Thursday, May 11 after school, at the Libr- ary. The youngsters planned the party, as to favors, entertainment and refreshments. The leaders have been Mrs. James Bbrgerson and Mrs. Kenneth StoH and troop committee and assistants were Mrs. "Chuck" Letterly and Mr& Loy Dunn. This was the last meeting of the season. FAMILY DINNER AT WILLIS AIVERS HO]BE: A family dinner was enjoyed on Mothers' Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Ayers, of this vicinity, all of their family being present, as follows: Owaneco: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seiler and children, Ronnie, Garyl, Rosella and Chris. Mt Auburn: Mr. and Mr Will- is Ayers, Jr,, and children, Patricia and Terry. Mt. Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Ro- i bert Ayers and children, Jeffrey, Danny and Janice; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shehorn and children Stev- ie and Darell; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erlenbush and children, Mary Lou, Dennis, Warren and Brenda, Rosemary and Lmmie Ayers. GUEST FOR MOTIRS" DAY DENNER AT FULLREIDE HOM Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullreide, a mile east of the city gave a Moth- ers' Day dinner Sunday. Te_ guests included: Mr:..ana z,,-. Burdette Maske and emim, esa and Randal, Mr. and .. Robert Noble and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. V. L Craw'ford, Mr; and Mrs. Major Crawford ana daughters, all of Peoria. The birthday of Mrs. Burdette Maske was also honorea. _ Mr. and Mrs. Noble ana .son: remained until Monday morning, because of tornado warnings mr Peoria. MRS. LESLIE RIDGEWAY Worthy Matron's and Patron's Night, Saturday, BUCKLES NEWS AGL'NCY at 8 P.m. It will be formal CHANGED HANDS ICENTLY officers. Friends Night The Buckles News Agency on t 10 and members South Washi St. has been -to wear Sil-Tennial purchased by Ronnie and Ann Weckel Leesman. They plano o the Order of East- live in the rear of the bui,,.,g- re to come to the Ma- The newsstand win still be on Friday, May 19, open for busne to 7:30 pan. to have The agency was ptmehased by the Worthy Annie  and the late Clar- Album. ence Cecil Buckles, from Irvin Home Bureau will Rowland, six years ago. Mrs. the Latham Fire House BuCkles and daughters Sharo May 22 at 1:30 pan. and Linda have been operating topic will be "Accent the bmsne since. With Accessories," by Lillich and MPs. Wal- Program interest filled out insmad feature. An early picture will be us- call. Unit of the Woman's meet at the home of Ey on Tuesday, May 23, aan. Mrs. G. F. Wait will Panel discussion on var. of music. Mm. Ellls airman of the unit. Club will meet May 24; at the home Kt-terer. Mere. bring cookies and a Day dinner was ser- of Mr. and Mrs. southeast of the present were: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ro. and daughter Nan- W00DING-- (Continued from page 1) Tammy Rau, of Chestnut, was flower girl, and Mark Luken of Hartsburg was ring bearer. Dean Leesman served his broth- er as best man. Orville Lolling, Bruce Berry, Don Ahrens, John Zumstein were ushers. The groomsman was Tom Kavelman. IAnda Buckles and Pamela Weckel were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Weckel, mother of the bride, wore a pink lace sheath dress with an accented flair back and matching pink accessories. The groom's mother, Mrs. Lees- man, chose a blue chiffon dress trimmed in lace with white ac- cessorie A reception followed the wed- ding at the American Legion Home. The bride's table was Iaid with white table cloth and silver table service. Greenery and yellow and white flowers encircled the cage i with tall white tapers on either side. Mrs. Chart_ha Swingle, M. Lois. Schmidt, Mrs. Esther SchmAdt ana Miss Mary Ayleswoh assisted with the serving. Mr yamy Howe, Phyllis Smith and Sandra Loemnan were in charge of the gift table. After a wedding trip to St. Louis, Mo, the couple will reside in Mount Pulaski. For traveling the bride wore a summer yellow wool suit with a matching blouse and black patent a cconc, e The bride is a granuate o m Mount Pulaski Township riign School and is employed by the orace Mann Insurance Co. in Springfield. The groom is a graduate of Hartsburg - Emden high school and is employed by Tony Bertsche & Son, Lincoln. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyer are arents of a son, instead of a daughter as previously announe- ecL Mr. and Mr Tommy Havener, Jr. are parents of a daughter, born Saturday, May 13 in ALM hos- :l, lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hicky, Jr., are parents of a son, born on Sunday, May 14 in ALM hospital, Lincoln. Mr: and Mrs. Richard Palmer of Decatur, are parents of a daugh- ter, born May 2, at St. Mary's hospital The mother is the form- er Dorothy Holmes. The baby has been named Vicky Diane; Grandparents are Ben Holmes ot ML Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Palmer of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. George William Woodyard, Bmadwell, are parents of a dughter, Shana Loise, bern Monday, MaY 15. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendiek, Sr., ML Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Woodyard, Ashmore. The mother is the former Eleanor Tendiek. Mr. and Mrs. William Behemdt of Verona, NJ., are parents of a son, born Monday, May 15. This is their second son. The mother is the former Joan Biesemeier. Mrs. John Biesemeier, the grand- mother of the baby, left Sunday ,for New Jersy for a visit. CARD OF THANF.q Words of sympathy, flowers and other acts of kindness have been greatly appreciated at the timeof the death of the infant son or vr. and Mrs. Dean Caes. The Family. GRAND OPENING in Kenney of McCaia's STANDARD SERVICE ROUTE 54 Friday cmd Saturday, May 100-20 FREE  Size carton of Coca-Cola with Gas Purchase of 8 or more gallons .NEWS (Mount Pulaski, Ill.), THURSDAY, LUTS00'nse We00MEN'S 00The Paul Lessmati " ""  [ and a panel discussion in LEAGUE TO CONVENE Izone Chairmen will part The Central Illinois District[will also be features of the Lutheran Women's League 16th [vention program. The lea.act Annual Convention will be held[ e LnSnC ouncemr, the at the 4-H Building on the Ill-[M. L. Matzke. inois State Fairgrounds in Spring- Delegates from Chestnut field, Wednesday, May 24. More Lutheran Church are Mrs. than one thousand women are ael Drake and Mrs. Harold expected to attend, man. Alternates are Mrs. "Laborers Together With God" i bert Schroth and Mrs. is the convention theme.' Delegat- L eimbach. es and visitors will hear reports Delegates from the ion the progress of the LWML. Zion Lutheran I Checks will be presented to the Mrs. Floyd Buckles and Rev. R. A. Haak, Pastor of Our Hassebrock. Alternates are i Savior's Lutheran congregation, a Alvina Roos and Mrs. Oscar' new mission on the west side of richsmeyer. Springfield, and the Rev. Walter CAED OF THIEM Hinz, pastor of Mt. Calvary Luth- We want to take this i eran church, Galesburg, Ill. The tunity to thank :friends two congregations by resolution atives for words of of the last convention, are each flowers, and other to receive one-half of the mite at the time of the death box contributions of the current loved one, John DeFrees. Mrs. Ruth Kaspar, Peoria, The Family, President of the League, will pre- side at the business sessions. Speakers for the Convention WATCH will be Clement Lee, student at Concordia Theological Seminary, ,ringfleld, and Mrs. Walter N. REPAIRING I Hoppe, Lakewood, Ohio. President of the International Lutheran 8:00 am. to 8:fl0 Women's Missionary League. Mr. MONDAY -- WED.DY Lee served as vicar in the True Light Lutheran Church in the 8:00 am. to 4:fl0 heart of New York City's China- FRIDAY and SAAT! town and will tell of the work being done there. A program of hymnspiration {A hymn-sing JACOB "The Church Year in Word and ELKHART, ILL. Song") led by District Counselor, MEAT SPECIAL BEEF ROAST .................................. lb. PORK STEAK .................................. lb. PORK TENDERLOIN ...................... lb. 4ga 39c GROUND BEEF ........................ 3-1bs. $1.19 i Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thurla State License No. 397 -- BY APPOINTMENT ONLY BLACK 00M00IGUS BEEF SALE 1]z BEEF - Clmice .................................. lb. HIND QUARTER ....................................... FRONT QUARTER .................................... lb. Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturduy  MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS IIONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI .:- ILLINOIS SAVE $1 ONA G.E. 18 CU. FT. UPRITE FREEZ Retails $489.95 BUY IT NOW FOR STRAIGHT LINE DESIGN FITS FLUSH AGAINST WALL COILS UNDER EACH SHELF HOLDS 658 LBS. SAFETY LATCH GLIDE-OUT BASKET STAHL HARDWARE