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CLUB NOTES The fourth meeting of the Jr. Homemakers 4-H met in the basement of the Church on May 18. Armstrong was elected the )book Chairman as O1- hs joined another The following talks were How to Plan Meals, by Bahn; Good Table Man- by Rosanrle Bahn; Clean-up .by Linda Howard. Debor- gave a demonstra- on "Snicker Doodles." The Good Will Society of the Thomas Aquinas Catholic ttrch will meet Wednesday, 7, at 1:30 p.m., at the res- The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting Monday, June 5th, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Home. The Sans Souci "500" Club met with Mrs. Claude Litterly, last Wednesday. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Orville Martin, Mrs. Rena Buehler, and Mrs. Mario Lucas. The next hostess is Mrs. Grace Buckles. The following are asked to make flower arrangements for the library: June 6---Mrs. Oscar Fleagle; June 13, Mrs. Orville Martin; June 20, Mrs. Harry Downing; June 27, Mrs. George A. Volle. SIL-TENNIAL LADIES TO of Mrs. Paul Beidler. ATTEND BUFFALO AFFAIR c1,TlL e next meeting of the Book j Six Sil-Tennial Ladies have s. Will be held at the home of] been asked to take part in a pro- Juj: raul E. Beidler on Monday, I gram Saturday, June 3, at the a, at 8 p.m. I annual Firemen's Homecoming in raber: of the American Le-tBuffalo. Will meet Tuesday night, Those planning to attend are: 6, at the Legion Home and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Gleaners urged to be present, i Class of St. John's Lutheran merican Legion AuxiliarY[Church; Mrs. Lee Taylor, Rotary t Monday evening, June[Club; Mrs. George Meister, Amer- , e Legion Home. I ican Legion Auxiliary; Mrs. Fred .Lutheran Workers of the]Holmes Phoenix Volunteer Fire *nn's Lutheran Church williDent-VIrs Paul E Beidler, Senior th ,Mrs. Nellie Mayer, on lWoman's Club, and Mrs. Loren Sday, June 7, at 2 p.m. Holmes, Odd Fellows Lodge. DWyv; Club will meet on[ ly, June 13, at the home of] I_IfhCDITA/ Mi:W Forge Wilham at 2 p.m. I I IV,}II//- L I 1 L- 'CornldtrLtY: 1 ?::/:] Mahlon Lucas was admitted meet at the home of Mrs. md Lanterman, 310 S. Gar- in Mount Pulaski, Wed- June 7, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Arney will conduct the session and Mrs. Gert- will be the de- zl leader. The ladies are g a Silver Anniversary to June 21, at their church. Oscar Rickords, west of Will be hostess to mem- of the Never-Grow-Old So- Friday, June 2, at 2 p.m. s Class of St. John's -a Church, will meet on June 8, at 2 p.m., at of Mrs. George J. l. to ALM hospital, Lincoln, Thurs- day, May 25, where he was a medical patient for several days. Andrew Shelton entered the ALM hospital last Thursday for surgery. Carl Criland, Comland, was ad- mitted Saturday, to the ALM hos- pital, Lincoln, for medical care. Wilbur G. Smith, Chestnut, who had been a patient in the ALM hospital, was dismissed Saturday. Ernest Easter, a patient in the Hines Veterans' hospital, Hines, Ill., where the condition of his legs are greatly improved. He is now awaiting lung surgery. Last Saturday Mrs. Easter and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hatfield visited with him. Mr. Easter would appreciate hearing from his friends. His ad- dress is: Ernest Easter, Ward A, Room 341, Hines Veterans' Hos- pital, Hines, Illinois. Mrs. Thomas Kenney was ad- mitted to the Memorial Hospital, Springfield, the first of the week for surgery. PIANO PUPILS IN RECITAL JUNE 6th Pupils of Mildred Myrick will appear in a 2rid piano recital on Tuesday, June 6th, at the Christ- ian Church, starting at 7:30 p. m. The public is invited to at- tend. Folloving pupils will be presented: Diana Gaultney: "Song of the Rain" Fred Maxheimer: "Riding the Mountain Pony." Jimmie Fuhrer: "This Old Man" Leslie Thornton: "A Pair of Dandy Lions" Connie Allsopp: "Grandfather's Clock" Bobby Dittus: "The Ghost in the Chimney" 3immie Theobald: "Western Waltz" Lynne Dittus: "Keyboard Bal- let" Denise Schultz: "In A Flower Garden" Suzanne Wagner: "Sea Foam" Joann Schott: "Starlight Fan- tasia" Linda Fuhrer: "Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair" Janis Theobald: "Dancing Checkers" Linda Febus: "Melody of Love" Joan Dillsaver: "Austrian Song" Mark McGee: "Tokens of Love" Wade Schott: "Shortnin' Bread" Ruth Stogdelh "Aeolian Harp" Marilyn Arney: "Petite Valse de Concert" Special Numbers: Marilyn Ar- hey and Ruth Stogdell, piano duet, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"; Flute Solo by Janis Theobald,' "Enchanted Isle," accompanied by Mrs. Theobald; Linda Fuhrer, ballet dance. Sausage: Meat with tights. SPECIAL SALE OF 00LITY, DINEIIE JUNE BRIDE GIFTS YOUR V STORE by HOWELL at RIGHT PRICE TIMES-NEWS (Mount Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, JUNE 1, SlL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENT: Chicago, Illinois my very best wishes, Dear tiarry: Paul Beidler wrote me, sending me all of the information regard- ing the celebration in Mt. Pulas- ki. Naturally, Soph and I would want to make a contribution at Mt. Pulaski played such an im- portant part in our lives. Will you please see that the enclosed check is put to good use? All things being equal I hope to attend one of the day's activi- ties. Unfortunately Sops will be un- able to attend as she is complete- ly invalided. Please give my best to all my friends and with warm- est personal regards. " Sincerely yours, Robert L. Adler. Pasadena, California Yes, we have a warm spot in our hearts for the "Old Home !Town", and wish to make this contribution for the good of a worthy cause. We would like to be with you to see many of our old friends. Best regards to all. Charles Eminger. Verona, N. J. Enclosed is money for my Bound Edition of the Sil-Tennial book. Best wishes. Joan Bie.meier Beherndt. ttawthorne, Calif. Dear Mr. Wible: Enclosed is a check for a copy of the Sil.Tennial Bound Copy Souvenir Edition. I would love to be there for the Celebration but my health will not permit me to travel. I do hope the Cele- Mrs. Rena Taylor Dougle 927 Quincy, Dear Sirs: Enclosed is my check for copy of the Sil-Tennial Sorry we will not be able tend, but will be thinking of Si.cerely, Mrs. Arthur C, (Viola M. Clelb)':: Tucson, We look forward each week the news and the progress of ::i i plans for the Sil-Tennial Cale- bration. Would like to be there for those days. I am encltwing check for our subscription and a copy of the Souvenir Edition. John Suedmeier. 35 W. Santa Anita : Arcadia, Enclosed is my contribution for a Bound Copy of the Edition. Best wishes for the Tennial Celebration. : Mrs. Frances Tomli McMATH NAMED TO LOGAllt' COUNTY BOARD OF Tazewell County Judge Yontz, of Pekin, who is on the Logan county day afternoon appointed ell McMath, Lincoln, a crat, to the Logan County of Review. He succeeds Maaks of New Holland, who served the past two years Democrat member of the Eugene Kretzinger of is the Republican member of bration will be a great success. I Board of Review. !:!i) am sure it will be, as Mt. Pulaski : usually does things up right. With ltch PaS at "glm-m, ::i M00;!i 5c- 10c SUPE00 FORM HELANCA PANTY GIRDI00 $144 Reg. $Z.O0 PRIM FIGURE ONE SIZE FITS ALL 24" to 30" Waist. White Only. PINK PETUNIAS 12 for $1.00 QOd-sized Dinette by Howell has aany quality features.., big 36"x72" Plastic top with 18" leaf with match- hlg Walnut woodgrain self edge, tttrdy tubular legs are tapered and have "V" braces, brass ferrules and dine feet. 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