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/SPPJNG BRE&K]AST--- (Ceatinued hm page 1) ot tim American Home Depart- matt, presented a fine program. M*'Dean Schultz, who always pleases with her fine pemonaliW and sweet voice, sang three num. ' Would.Weave A Song For You, .... My Hero," and. "Will You Remember". Mrs, Francis Myrlck accompanied :her. :,Mies Cooper then presented her i] bter, Mrs. Claude Plppenger, of who introduced her friend, ]  Robet't D. Hart at Peot, ia, who entrained with a hmnmus I  "Home Is Like That," a ot llte from  to rhood, which ,le de. :tl in a hilarious maturer and Uml,a much laughter, for anyone children or grandehUdren. IMeture the scenes that she t .to mind. This was most m tm*-t-g, and all hope :Mr wtLl return for another of tamotm readini. ) Oswald -Brooker imltall- i  oeremony;new officerSas follows:With impress- ?President, Mrs. Eugene Kret. xtnger >glee.President: Mrs. Robert Wurth.  ,eretary: Mrs. Elmer Schaffe. =ck00 :Treasurer: Mrs. C. E. Hfldreth. I'he club has enjoyed a very ul year under the lder- '.at Mrs. Schaffenacker, who has, done much to further the:Sil- al theme, amonE, the club hostess committee -was  by  George. A. lle the ticket committee by Miss  SehahL !00UGHTB OF aOODtaat00 U. of L PROJECT Sara Goodpaster .and Altoe Rummenle, juniors at Notre Dame i  ,mtmoL Oiney, rece/ved a award far.their research pro. Mammals," at the  w.lenee expedition held on lgatthe Uaiveulty of Ill- inoia The project consisted of collect- hag and prepaflng skuLls= at vari- OIlS Hmmais. The number, struc- ture and diet of 15 mammals. were tompared. Sara is tbe dauter at Mr. and Mm Chester Gcodpaster ot 2210 Broadwsy. Quint. Chester is a former resident, brother ot Owen. Approximately I]50 projects were exhlblted at the Fair. Judg- teams q the exhibitors i   the proJec HOOKUP  TO END JULY lsl All property owners who sign.' * ed up two ,years ago*for sewerage with the undenmmding that the : City would run the line from the ' mains to the .property line with- , out eest, lmthave not uyet con- netted to the sewer, are notified that ft:this aeement is not ful. filled by July 1st, the property ownwwtLl have to bear the en.  ttmet ot making the eonee- ti to the Sanitary Sewer main. City Council. ii OPEN FOR BOWLING HILLTOP B The Hilltop Bowl m again open for bowling, .after having been ': closed down'theL past weektore ) finish the lanes. The ABC requires that lanes be redone and checked every so ,e/ten to comply with their rigid Cafeteria is also open Sot as usual LP. COMMUNITY, ! Mr Otis G. Howe, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Kiick, Mrs. Glen Rau, Mrs. Katherine Vaughn, Mrs. Scott FeLlows and Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr.0 attended a grand lec- turers meeting in Decatur Sat- urday, May 20, honoring Mr& Blanche Ford, who with her son, is leaving for CaLifornia. Mrs. Ford has been instructress for the Latham Chapter of Easter Star for a number of years. Mrs. Glen Rau is Worthy Matron of the Latham chapter. The Latham Home Bureau unit met at the Fire House, May 22, with 17 members present. Mrs. Pearl Barteis and Mrs. Albert Lil- lich gave the major lemon, "Ac- cent Your Room With Accessor- ies."' Recreation was in charge of Mrs. Albert IMllich. Baby pic- tures of the group were passed around with members guessing who was who. Mrs. Henry Hall was the hostess. A family dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean Reiterman of . Virginia Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiterman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Behrens and sons, Latham; Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Garrison, Mrs. Edna Reiterman and son, Albert and daughter, Al- berta, who attends Normal Uni- versity, of Mount Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan, Chest- nut; Mr. mad Mrs. Veto Garrison and sons of Klrkwood, Me. The Latham Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will meet Thursday, June 1, at 8 p.m. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr., visited on Thursday in Decatur with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buckles and family visited with Mrs. Buckles' mother, Mrs. Lucille Swisher, in Lincoln, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Buckles and family visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buckles and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Scheetz cele- brated their 35th wedding an- niversary Monday, May 22. MUSIC UNIT TO MAKE TRIP TO ST. LOUIS OPERA The Music Unit of the Woman's Club met Tuesday morning, May 23, with Mrs. Otto Ey. After coffee and rolls, Mrs. Ellis Wood con- ducted the business session and plans were made for a trip to St. Louis, Mo., on Monday, auly 3, to see the opera, "The Great Waltz," at the Municipal Theater in Forest Park. Plans for next year's programs were discussed and there was much interest shown. Mrs. Wood told of the origin of the hymn, "Onward Christian Soldiers," and led the group in singing the hymn. Mrs. G. F. Wait led a panel discussion, and likened the pat- tern of our likes and dislikes in LANGELLIER'S HOME OF USED CARS For Your Used Car Buy See Ray Hanslow TODAY! '.60 Studebaker, Station Wagon $1395.00 '59 Ford, Fairlane 500, Fordor '57 Ford, Fairlane 500, Fordor '57 Buick, Super, Hardtop '57 Rambler, Fordor $1795.00 $ 995.00 $1095.00 $ 795.00 RECREATION CENTER NEWS music to a mosaic that sometimes has too much of one color and spoils the pattern. 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