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CLUB NOTES of the Never-Grow- will meet Friday, at 2 p.m., in the home of Rickords, west of the a Ladies ' Aid Society of St. 's Lutheran Church, will at  Thursday, June 1 at 2 p.m. p,.e residence of Mrs. David O -my o West Cooke St. el The Hilltop Merry Maids 4 H .. was brought to order Mon- ,,aernoon_ May 22, at the le on Recreation Center by Wessbecker The secre- ,,_ read the roll call and min- Twenty-seven were present 1 two Were absent We sign- for our projects and wel- I. new members. Londa 1.._. II and Theresa Wessbecker -"-grtt the refreshments. ---Susan Ayers, Reporter. Unit 1 will meet 2, at 2 p.m., at the The Major lesson, and Sandwiches for a Will be given by Mrs. Shelihammer and Mrs. The short feature Energy in Iron- be given by Mrs. Fred Ladies, Aid Society of the Church, will meet on June 1, at the rural Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, of the city, for a pot- at noon and the an- Meat and drinks will of the WSCS of the church, will meet in on Thursday, June 1, P.m., when Mrs. Everett Will have charge of the service and Mrs. G. F. ; gram. Hostesses will orge A. Volle, Mrs. MrS. A. Allsopp, BUckles, Mrs. Vaughan Troop 374 held their Ceremony, Tuesday, 4 p.m. at the Library. their Wings and Sun Mendenhall, Leslie Thornton, Debbie Shell- Jackson, Kathy Leesman, Pam Bryson and Pam Mrs. Stoll and Mrs. of the group, were and the gir serv- to their mothers Present. GIVEN FOR SCROGGIN was hon- miscellaneous shower Mrs, Tommie Hay- With Mrs. Dale Boyd as- Since Mount Pul- its Sil-Ten- old-fashioned carried out in the dec- kerosene lamps and antique pitchers were COlor scheme was blue a blue umbrella games were tde-t0.be received many: gifts. present from Bea- Springfield and ML will become the Moore of Decatur. ._-Vzc----- 00OOL 11,_ "'DAy, JUNE 11 4 h,,., 1 be held Sunday June d00er ,.ll be se00v "I. l' D-ra. Every one is in- *:rages Will bo furnish- (6-8) ORPHAN'S HOME GROUP PRESENTS PROGRAM HERE Central Rebekah Lodge 313 held their regular meeting Friday, May 19, with Noble Grand Mil- dred Wilham, presiding. The hall was decorated with bouquets of flowers. A very interesting program was presented by the Orphans Home Lodge No. 9, of Lincoln. Those taking part were Hazel Dobbs, Ruby Freeman, Retha Bailey and Lucille Wilson. The program was composed of the true meaning of Three Words "Love, Friendship and Truth". These three words make up the Bee Hive, the Em- blem of our State President. This program stated that the Bee Hive meant the work of each member in bringing about Love, Friend- ship and Truth into the lives of other members. The Bee Hive Pin was present- ed to Noble Grand Mildred Wil- ham by the Noble Grand of Lin- coln Lodge, Retha Bailey. After being presented with the Pin each Noble Grand wears it with pride until time to present it to another Noble Grand. After the last Noble Grand has been pre- sented with the Pin and has worn it for a time it is they- presented to the District Association Deputy l President. These Pins are being presented in each lodge in the State of Illinois in honor of our State President. Central Rebekah Lodge will present the Pin to the Noble Grand of the Forsythe Lodge on July llth. Six visitors from Orphans Home Lodge were guests of the evening. The Honored Guest was Broth- er Freeman, who is a Past Grand Encampment Warden. He is also resident of Dist. 59 and vice-pres- ident of Central Association. Lunch was served by the com- mittee in charge with Frances Thornton, chairman. PICNIC SUPPER OF FORMER PRESIDENTS The Former Presidents of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club en- joyed a picnic supper Saturday evening, May 20, at the Voile cabin on Salt Creek, north of the city. The men folks Were included :this year and they seemed to en- joy the variety of fine foods the ladies had prepared. Following the supper, cards were played. The picnic group was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Hargis, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger of Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams of Decatur; Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Voile, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. William Myrick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Ruwe, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, .r. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, Miss I Sciota B. Horn, Miss Elizabeth] Horn and Willis Horn. [ Unable to attend were: Mr. and I Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker, Mr.l and Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer. l WILL RECEIVE FIRST COMMUNION MAY 28th Several girls and boys, mem- bers of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Mount Pulaski, will receive their first communion on Trinity Sunday, May 28 at Mass, with the Poev. Edward M. of Lincoln 204, a Chaplain of 204, Krewer in charge. _-------- NOTICE TO OUR GAS CUSTOMERS Due to the fact that our gas deliveryman, Harry Milner. will be laid up for sometime with a broken leg-- WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR . COOPERATION . 'n notifying us when your first tank is empty to insure you getting Better Service. WOLCOl"r GAS & APPLIANCE when Hall ruins your crops .... Be safe- insure your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail.' You pay no more, yet you get much more- 30 trained fieldmen and 100 adjusters to assure prompt payment of claims- fire and -NEWS (Mmmt Pulasld, 111.) THURSDAY, MAY CHESTNUT SCHOOL PICNIC APPCIATION SUNDAY, MAY 28th , I want to express my The Chestnuz Cons. Grade thanks to friends and School will hold its annual school ..... : ........... their nice cards, flowers and lcnlc on unLlaf ; tv do, o ill- P " . .... ' g [ while I was a patient in the mg at Iz:fu p.m. i h .... ospital in Lincoln. They The pubhc is mwtea to attend.[l mad th ...... .... 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