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CLUB NOTES l'he Good Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic Chur- znet Wednesday, afternoon, 7, at the residence of Mrs. E. Beidler. Following the business meeting the played Five Hundred. were awarded to Mrs. Eu- I Connolley, MAss Anna Mrs. E. T. Goddard and J. Roth. The July host. Will be Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni. Four-Leaf Club held its at Mark McGee's home 2 at 8 p.m. David Davis about gardens and Mmrk about Suffolk Sheep. Re. were served to the 10 present. Steve Gulso, Reporter. Chestnut Home Bureau meet Wednesday, June 21 at z. at the home of Mrs. Williams at 3225 Holly The major topic, and Sandwiches for a Will be given by Mrs. Roos and Mrs. Josephine The short feature will.be You Don't Want To should meet at Seed Service at Pan., on June 21, to go North Aetna Home Bureau et June 7, at the home of Eddie Meyers with Mrs. as assistant were 17 members Barbara Stoll, a 4-H gave a talk on 4-H for the minor les- Mrs. MeTers and Mrs the major and Sandwich- The next meet- be held July 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Harmony ehurch. The 4.H Club will give demonstitions, a program and style show. Mrs. Harold Cox and M Esther Schilling will serve refreshments. Members of the Altar and Ros- ary Society of St. Thomas Aqui- nas Catholic Church, met Thursday afternoon at the home of  Everett Sam east of the city. The Loyal Daughters Society o the Chzistian Chinch, will meet in the church Tuesday, June 20 at 2 p.m. Mm. Tom Rratton will act as chairman and Mrs. Elmer Hayes will be in charge of De. votions. The June  are: Mrs. Arie Deibert, Mrs. David Hawk, Mrs. Harvey Ivia, St., Mrs. Maude Miller and Mrs. Ro- bert E. Buckles. The Dorcas Guild of the St. John's Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday, June 20, at 7:30 p.n in the home of Florence Wagner. I The Handi-Hands 4-H Club met June 9 at Lake Fork grade school members were present. Demon. strations were given by the fol- low'rag: Martha Baughman, "Chocolate Drop Cookies"; Patsy Barry, "Nut Bread"; Shirley Fol- lis, "Coffee Cake"; Sue FolKs, "Sugar Cookies"; and, Peggy Neal, "Cirmemon Rolls". Hostess- es were Patsy Barry, Sue and Shirley Follis, and Peg)" NeaL Kool-Ald and the above baked products were serve The next meeting is June 16 at the home c Mrs. Louis French. The Talent Workshop Ballet Club held its monthly meeting, ,May 13th. There are 13 girls in the club. At each meeting there is one hour of technique or bar work and one hour of ballet ap- )reclation. At the end 4evoticms A N ! D E A L GIFT for DAD on Father's Day TI-EB ONLY REOLINABLE ROCKER were held. Five members make up the executive committee, who interview new girls who wish to! join. A party will be given for the mothers in July, and each girl will furnish her own enter- tainmenL This will be held at the Talent Workshop in Lincoln, Engaffemem Told Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Knuth, of Chicago, announce the engage- merit and approaching marriage i of their daughter Karen, to Rich- ard A. Hahn, son of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin W. Hahn, 801 E. Flor- ida Ave., Urbana. The wedding will take place Sept. 2, 1961 in Edison Park Lutheran Church, Chicago. The couple attends Eastern Ill. Ino University at Charleston, Where both are members of the Junior class. Miss Knuth is maj- I oring in secondary education. Mr. i Hahn is studying business ad- !ministration. They plan to con- tinue their studies after the wed. ding and will make their home in Charleston. NOT OF KS Many thanks to those who re- membered me with cards, flowers and gifts during my recent stay in the hospital. A special thanks to those also, who remembered --Came in and select my family so thoughtfully dur- l items for the June brides at Hus' i!1 ing my absence from home. J ton & Paolone AppareL We i EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1961 3% Interest COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY will be paid on Savings Accounts STATE BANK OF LATHAM Latham, Illinois GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR FATHER'S DAY (SUNDAY, JUNE 19) GIVE DAD THE BEST We carry only Famous Name Brands - Hubbard Slacks, H.I.S. Casual Pants, Arrow Shins, Tex-Tan and Hickok Jewelry, Cudee Stalin, Munsingwear. DRESS SHIRTS By Arrow Short and Long Sleeves Mon Shot Sleeve Dress ShL, are now being worn thcm ever befonD TRY AN ARROW BI-WAY ON DAD DRESS OR LEISURE WEAR $4.5 to $5.00 SPORT SHIRTS We  Om of tim Finest Selections of Sports Tmqtl find anywlmr In C44toL Dacron. and Cmtqml BimldL Cotton Ksts, Acrylou and SiL  .   and Coatomr Ftt--AU by Mc.   $m. Siz--, M, ML, L and XL. ICF IOM $2.98 to $8.95 IOCI(ING * WVIL, WING FOR A PRACTICAL GIFT . . . $11.95 $14.95 BUY DAD NEW SLACKS Hubbard Wash and Wear Phouec. SW 2-3313 SIZES 29 - 46 OR GIVE DAD A COOL SUMMER SUIT By Cudee $45.00 lat Sport And Play Shoes Hats and Caps  "  Ties * Jewelry * elt WHEN IN DOUBT GIVE HIM A GIFT CERTIFICATE FREE GIFT WRAPPING Huston & Paolone Sizes 6-12 $7.95 - $12.95 Men's and Boys' Store MI. Pulaski, m. Store Hrs: 8.5 Week Ds; Sat. 8-9  a onvmUonal rocker to ]mr I4A-R0CKgR i tl  u___ ka. Because relaxing e ,mu w,:-: y  ym sit ia a RF,- ROCKER, you'll never be # wt m other amtr. eaaY to expeflmee the luxurious -ot of the RECLINA-ROCKER. ( CHAIILq THAT START AT 14,5 00TAHL FURIIITIIRE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. i, i i !i)i !ili> : + ...............