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21. 1951  pm.nma 5waD' mzws, utomn' mn.Asm, az.moss ___ Mr. and Mrs. William Opper-] Dittus and son Victor, Mr. and LOCAL NEWS man entertained with a chick- | Mrs. Harold Opperman and child en dinner Sunday, having as|ren, Betty Louise and Harold Mr. and Mrs. Morris Myers and guests, Mr. and Mrs. William| Allan, all of Chestnut. Mount Pulaski Chapter No. 466 son Mark of Richland, Wash., _._=_.__ GRAM'S SERVICE Worthy Matrons And J Patrons Night June 23 Mothers of World Order of Eastern Star, will ob- who are visiting in Urbana with meet at the Tom- serve Worthy Matrons and Pat- his mother, Mrs, Carolyn Myers, Center Friday, rons Night in the Masonic Hall came to Mount Pulaski last Fri- day to attend the funeral servic- p.m. Saturday, June 23, at 8 p. m. es of his grandfather, John Zah. Clara Harbaugh of Decatur, be degree work at Grand Associate Conductress, is Morris, a native Mount Pulask- meeting of the Odd kian, now a lawyer, has a gov- on Tuesday, June the guest of honor. t.)n. The members are Guest officers and their chap- ernment job at the Atomic En- )be present, ter are as follows: Marie Scott, ergY Commission plant in Rich- Charles Scott, Heyworth; Char- land. He states that two more Aid Society of the lotte Harrold, Myrtle; Howard former Mount Pulaski boys are located in Richland. Darrell Stal- church, will meet Smith, Felicity; Francis Hart- basement Thurs- man, Flower City; Beatrice Howe, ey, employed at the plant, and at 2 p.m. Hostesses Latham; Betty Boyd, Hesperia; ;I. Wayne Staley, Jr., in the army. Julia Schahl and Marguerite Wilcockson, Pawness; Arriving in this city Wednes- Schaffenacker. .Mildred Grant, Keystone; Bet- day, june 13, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. MaddoX had as overnight guests nice Brittin, Williamsville; Effie Veech, Mrs. Anna Trigg, of Bloomington; Beulah the) following: Dr. B. E. Mar- Nelle Vandevender Blakely, McLean; Alma Bermel, shall, former roommate of Dr. MaddoX; Mrs. Marshall, their Veail went to Lincoln; Joyce Wood, Illiopolis! son Dr. Robert Marshall, recent June 13 to alpn t Jeffers, Abraham Linco_ln,, ..... + f Kirksville College of .... e_ Scott; zolalwr,, auu' ur ery, wno lodge meeting Mary Gragg, Owen steo athy and S. g . of officers of Cade, Guiding Light; Ferne Rule Pnterne in Marne, and hm 17. Mrs. Veech is ill of llliopolks, wife; another son, Bruce Marsh- Guests in the East: Helen Bau- all who is attending Northern afternoon, June er, Worthy Matron, Decatur chap Missouri state College in Kirks- of the D. W. ter; Elmer Bauer, Worthy Pat-rifle, and a friend, Kenneth entertained by Mrs. ron, Decatur chapter. Woods. All of the above are at her home west Pinochle was played Station and Regular Officers from Montreal, Canada. awarded Mrs. Fred of Mount Pulaski chapter: Mrs. Carl J. Ingstad left Satur- Dittus, Mrs. Hen- Worthy Matron: Maxine Bow- day for her .home in Bismark, N. D., following a visit of sev- and Mrs Wm. Voelker ers. The guest prize Worthy Patron: Glenn Bowers. eral days with her niece, Mrs. Eugene Tendick. Associate Matron: Emogene Millard B. Phillips, and family. of Hearts, Mrs. Ar-Green. Several Mount Pulaski Odd received the Associate patron: Gayland FelloWS were in Clinton Tuesday were: Mrs. Green. night and attended the District Mrs. Eugene Secretary: Maxine Schultz. No. 60 meeting of the lodges m Mrs. Arthur Mittel Treasurer: Clara Haferkamp. DeWitt and Logan counties. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hendrix Wm. Goeckel, Mrs. Conductress: Loda Pridd.y... Mrs Clifford Schahl Associate Conductress: Virgin- and son Paul, of Washington, D.C.. were guests the first part Brooker and Mrs. ia Rothwell. Mrs. Wm. Voelker Chaplain: Hazel Reinders` of the week of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. vicinity has in- Marshall: Mae Kretzinger- MaddoX. The tw.o men were high members to meet with Organist: Mildred Myrick. school classmates. Adah: Dorothy Schott. Terry Wible, son of Mr. and Ruth: June Crawford. Mrs. Don Wible of Dallas, Tex- Noble Grand Club of Esther: Audrey Veail. as, arrived in the city Wednes- Lodge will meet on Martha: Lola Froehlich. day to visit his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wible; and 25, at 7:30 p.m. Electa: Hilda Hayes. of Miss Nelle Van- Warder: Irene Matthews. his grandmother, Mrs. Rella Wal- Sentinel: Glover MattheWS. ters. Soloist: Stella Lowery, Ower ReV. and Mrs. Ray O. Zumsteln Bible Class of the d sons Joldn and Dorst, went will meet with Scott chapter, Decatur. an 'airview Sunday afternoon to t, *)'e 25th wedding anm- Upp on Wednesday, versary celebration of his D ro 2:30 p.m. Devotions Dr. Victor Soukup of Chestnut atzeno u, . charge of Miss Char- has been appointed a member ther and sister-in-law, Mr. anu of the medical staff at the John Mrs. Elmer Zumstein. of the Triple L Ag Warner hospital in Clinton- Was held Friday, June home of Joyce Ed- the business meet- Were enjoyed and re- Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Doctor served. The next Will be July 13 at the Specialists in our line the same as your Jan Barrels. or Attorney in his line. Don't take,a chance "-Larry Schroth, reporter. See that your Insurance is properly, written --- DNIN6 . w,,- ENNIS A ., ,,M,  lSroke    ZdaskL Illinois Phone 13 --- mou,- E. L. ROTHWELL REAL ESTATE BROKER Farm Phone 72 AU C TI 0 N EE R and Farm Sales Mount Pulaski /! i i i times. 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