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NOTE5 Circle of the Metho- will meet in the aughan K. Walch h at 9:00 a.m. Club wi// meet 25 at 7:30 p.m. of Mrs. Floyd World War home of Mrs. Friday, May Pulaski Junior Wo- have their Sum- on Tuesday, at 8:00 p.m. in of Mrs. Richard All executive ,artment Chair- attend. will meet Hanes at 211 at 2 p.m. on Tues- h. Robinson was San Souci Club ay llth. 500 was Winners were: Mrs. de Litterly, Stoll and Mrs. Ed Litterly  be next meeting to Uesday, May 25th. HILLTOPS CLUB TO GIVE AWARDS TUESDAY The Hilltops Club will meet Tues., May 25 at the Tomlinson Recreation Center with their contest ending and a new one to be announced. Weigh in 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. The discussion "Did You Know" and the jewelry awards to be given dur- ing the meeting. Gainers penalty, Bring to the meeting letters or notes written to 6 people who are over their goal an,-J try to encourage them to try harder. Don't forget them or a 50 free. Those going to ARE) will leave from Tom's Flowers at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday. This meeting is held in Bloomington. Those who have back gainers penalties and have not turned them in because of being ab- sent, be sure to bring them or a 504 fme. Hospital News Mrs. Nelson Lock, Jr. of Chestnut is a medical patient in St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur, Ill. Her room number is 719. Mrs. Annie BucKles is a sur- gical patient in the ALM Hos- pital in Lincoln. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH KAESEBIER of Mt. Pulaski an- nounce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Janet Lee to Curtis Allen Maus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maus of Chestnut. Both are graduates of Mr. Pulaski High School. Miss Kaesebier is employed at the Lincoln State School and her fiance is employed at Gen- eral Electric in Decatur. A June 22nd wedding is being planned. Don't take up a man's time talking about the smartness of# your children; he wants to talk to you about the smartness of his children. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971--3 LIVING CENTER (Continued from page 1) what is required in nursing homes as well as what is needed to make nursinl hornas com- fortable. This tlrm Ires done work in other fields, an example of which is Isles Park Place in Springfield. They are presently doing work for School District No. 34 in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Dewitt, representing De. wilt, Amdal & Associates of Decatur, gave the impression of bein well informed as well as pleasant to work with. He an- swered manypertinent questions relative to sewage disposal, heat- ing facilities, etc. His experience appeared to be wide and includ- ed some nursing home work but none as much as Ferry and Henderson. This firm designed Dr. Borgerson's office as well as his home. An office has been set up at the Downing Insurance Agency. Wait till it is night before saying that it has been a free day. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ and DR. LOUIS W. C. LENZ GLASSES PRESCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSES HOURS: 9 A.M. tl S P.M. Except Tllmrs. 9-11 518 Broadway LINCOLN, ILLINOIS ENLOE SAV-MOR GIANT STOREWIDE PRE INVENTORY SAI00 1t.59 MAYBELLE COSMETICS BEG. RETJUI, LESS  1.49 CX:)I"E 1OO MOUTH WASH 91 $1.oo HAIR BRUSH $1.49 A&D OINTMENT $9 RUBBING ALCOHOL 33 REG'ULAR 79c 100DBURY SHAMPOO 48 REGULAR 89c AOUA VELVA AEROSOL SHAVE CREAM 5500 YiZGa/LAR gt.TS HAl KARATE AFTER SHAVE 1.10 REG'UI.AR 89c Williams LECTmC SHAVE 51 REGta.AR $2.65 LUSler ceaa00 s00m, oo REGULAR $2.10 GELUCIL TABLETS ,oo'00 1.33 RE 49c TERRY KITC TOWELS Heel Lollon 63 $1.59 0UINSANA FOAM 98 AS