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CLUB NOTES lae AV Class of the Methodist Will meet Tuesday, June 7:30 p.m., in the home of F. Wait. Assisting hostess- Will be Mrs. Louise Penner, ERa Upp, and Miss Nelle Hands 4-H Club June 2, in the Lake basement. 17 mere- were present. Demonstra- given by the following: "Fried Fish"; Lin- "Gingerbread"; Ka- "Rolled Biscuits". by Judy Cardoni Table Manners" and Baughman, "Washing Hostesses were: Cheri Welch and Martha Baughman. Cookies were served. The will be held June 9 of Mrs. Louis French. Kay Allspach, Reporter. Camp #1911, Royal of America, will meet June 15 at 8:00 p.m. in Hall. Lunch commit- Herschel Hahn and Mrs. Chestnut Mary Todd Unit ALM hospital auxiliary aeet at the home of Mrs. Jaggi, Wednesday, June 14 Pan. It is hoped that there a.good turn-out as this meeting of the sum- favors will be made Please bring your Club met Monday Mrs. Paul Beidler. The willmeet Friday, June 16 at the country home of Mrs. Oscar Rick- ards, with Mrs. Nellie Mayer and Mrs. John Bender, assisting. Roll call will be answered by "My Favorite Sandwich Filling". A round table discussion will be "Something I Made From Noth- ing." Each member is asked to bring something that has been made from "nothing". A demon- stration on various sandwich fill- ings is to be given by the hostess. The regular stated meeting of th Order of Eastern Star will be held Monday, June 12, at 8 pn. All those who have filled the sta- tion of Martha will be guests for the evening. The committee in charge of refreshments consists of Mrs. Lola Freehlich, Mrs. Mil- dred Myrick and Mrs. FAIeen Froehlich. The Cloverleaf Club will meet Friday, June 16, at 7:00 p.m., with Mrs. George Armintrout at Warrensburg. The Chestnut Jr. Homemakers 4-H Club met May 31 in the basement of the Chestnut Meth- odist Church. The next meeting will be a double meeting with a wiener mast, June 21 The following talks were given, Maxine VanFessan, "'How to Plan Meals"; Betty King, "Kinds of Material for Place Mats"; Diana Donnan, "Utensils Used for Bak- ing"; Carol Tholen, "Care of a Camera". The following denture strations were given: Mary Con- nolley, "How to Make Chocolate Milk;" Peggy Buehler, 'Napkin Fancies". Sare of Morning", by AUXILIARY ' was reviewed by Brown. PLANS FOR LEGION Pulaski Home BU- CHICKEN SUPPER 2, will meet at the Floyd Schaffenack- June 12, at 7:30 p.m. topic will be "Bever- Sandwiches" by Mrs. aacker and Mrs. Loren The roll call will be meal. Graham (Mt. Pul- the Abraham Lincoln Auxiliary of meet Tuesday after- 13, at the hom of Horn, west of the city. reunion will be held 11, at noon, at the ion Center. Science Club The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday, June 5 at the Le- gion Home with a good attend- ance. Various committees were nam- ed in preparation for the chick- en supper sponsored by the American Legion to be served on July 22, during the Sll-Tennial Week. Mrs. Eugene Connolley, Poppy chairman, gave a report on the Poppy sales telling that there were several good workers, icludihg children rfom the congregation of each church. Only a few of the thousand Poppies were left Mrs. CUT! Cormolley wishes to thank  one who helped or purchased Poppies. . ._ The election of officers tot me following year was as follows: President, Mrs. Frank Hutchtson; Vice-President, Mrs. L. K. Buck- les, Jr.; Secretary, Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow; Treasurer, Mrs. Har- old Haynes; Sgt.-at-Arms, Mrs. Walter Baker; Historian, M Elmer Durchholz; Chaplain, Mrs, John Kerschner. Installation will :take place in August. Mrs. Edward Froschauer, Sr., President of the Logan County Council anouneed that the next meeting will be held June 29th in Emden. Mrs. Elmer Durchholz and Mrs. Kenneth Brooker were hostesses for the evening. SUMm TYPG COURSE WARRENBBUItG - LATJM The Warremburg-Latham high school is offering a summer course in personal typing begin- ning June 12th and ending July 21st. This course is open to both high school students and adults in the school district The course will cost $15 for each student. Class "time will be from 1:00 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the high school. High school students will receive credit for this course. Anyone who has not already registered must register on or before June 12th at the Warrens- burg-Latham high school. " DONALD HmED AT ROCK FALLS Donald G. Lanterman, Elkhart, Ill., has been employed to ach Mathematics, Social  and Science, in the 7th and $th grmi- es at Montmoency grade school, at Rock Falls, HL uatel Mr. Lanterman is a grad I of the Elkhart Community high i school and completed work f.i his degree at Western Illinois i University at Maoomb, IlL I CANDY STRIPERS ICT Orrlc The Mr. Pulaski Candy Strip- ers, affiliated with St. Clara's Hospital, Llncoha, in an early training capacity, held a meet- ing Thursday afternoon, June 1, in the home of Carolyn and Mar- ilyn Fuhrer, North Vine St. At this time new officers were elect- eel, as follows: President, Carla Bryson; Vice- President, Sandra Sams; Secre- ta, C, amly Fuhrer, Treasurer, Marilyn Fuhrer; Reporter, Susan Cormolley; Correspondent, Ther. esa Wbecher. There are 10 members. The or- iginal eight are Carla Bryson, Carolyn and Marilyn Fuhrer, Sus- an Connolley, Patsy Start, Ther- esa Webecher, Linda Cardoni. The two new members added this week are, Patricia Leimbach and Janet Poffenbarger. Saturday afternoon, June 3, eight members went to Lincoln and attended an Auction Sale, held on the lawn of Mrs. Henry Dehner. Lunch was served there at her home, the Senior Auxiliary being in charge of the food. Saturday, June 10, members are asked to attend the monthly meeting in Lincoln, from 2 to 4 pzn. BOBBIE GOODPASTER FBACTBED ANKLE Bobble Goodpaster, a Cardinal player, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goodpaster, suffered a broken ankle at the Little League base- ball game Monday evening, be- tween the Cardinals and the In- dian It seems that one of the Indians fell on Bobbie's leg sliding into 3rd base. The Schahl ambu]ance was called and took him to ALM hespital for X-ray and treatment. He returned to his home Tuesday. lmaist: One who sees only the hole in the donut. Bzkm: Something that's no Repartee: Rumor dipped in Attended Graduation Of Her Grandson Mrs. George J. Smith, East Cooke St., returned home Monday from a visit in St. Joseph, Mich., with Mr. and Mrs. Julian F. Smith a,nd tamily. While there she at- tended the graduation of Scott Smith, a grandson of the late George J. Smith, and Mrs. Smith., Scott, 16, was graduated from Lake Shore high school, Stevens- ville, Mich., with the following ho/]ors: Certificate of Merit as a final- ist in the National Merit Schol- arship program. Michigan Mathematics prize a- ward given each year to the stu- dent who scores highest on that test, and Scholarship in the amount of $1680, by the University of Chi- cago, where Scott will enter next fall. While high school he served as. president of the Society; vice-president Science Club; member of Council ;annual and newspape staffs; earned Varsity letters baseball, basketball and .... GUESTS AT FUE HOME MEMORIAL DAY Memorial Day dinner gtlmtS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Full#md of Mount Pulaski, were: Mr. Mrs. Robert Noble and neth, Mr. and Mrs. Maske and children, Randall, of Peoria. In the afternoon all went home of Mr. and Mrs. Scheuler, North Washln to watch the Memorial ade as it passedby enroute IZ attending Mount Pulaski Cemetery. ,  In the evening the Noble (am, ily visited near Chestnut with relatives, Mr. and Mm. Alvin Lake Shore Dierker, and family. EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1961 3 % Interest Will Be Paid On Savings Accounts STATE BANK OF LATHAM Latham, minois at Standard STANDARD they00e here today.., something great.., something new... AMERICAN00 GASOLINES THE AMERICANS ARE HERE at Standard Oil Dealers to Ive you the utmost performance from your car... AMERICAN@ SUPER-PREMIUM, for magnificent anti-knock pafformauce ! 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