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NOTES DW Club met Wednesday June 14, at the home Albert Horn, west of the was played and Won by Mrs. Walter Mrs. William Opper- Otto Roo and Mrs. Brooker, who was a guests included Mrs. and Mrs. Louis the latter from Pasadena, next meeting will be home of Mrs. Opperman Lafayette St., Friday, at 2 p.m. This will be a than the regular Chestnut Happy Home- Home Bureau Unit met on June 7, in the home Harold Schmidt. The "Beverages and Sand- a Crowd," was present: Harold Opperman and Knoy. The short lea- on Harm Your was given by Mrs. Wayne following officers were for the years 1961-62:- Mrs. Robert Hoaglin, Vice.Chairrhan, Mrs. Secretary-Treasur- Harold Schmidt. The will be held on Sun- 2, at 6:30 p.m. at Wel- near Clinton. Legion Post 447, its meeting July 3 at la the Legion Home, due act that the regular meet- falls on Tuesdayl, July of the San Souci Club Monday even- Hubert Buckles, in on South Wash- L prizes awarded to Mrs. p St., Five Hundred was Lad won by Mrs. Mrs. Claude Lit- Grace Buckles. of Chestnut 8 & 40 for a picnic supper Sunday, June 25. The consists of Grace.Bak- Gladys Mar- Holmes. Noble Grands will June 26, at the Baker, in Chest- p.m. with a potluck Past Noble Grand a Noble Grand, and Vice Grand, will be the special the evening. A bus- follows the supper then entertainment will by the hostess. Camp No. 1257, Roy- of America, Chest- meet Friday, June 23, of Grace McKinley, Circle of the Meth- Urch will meet at the Mrs. Paul Gruber on tt 9:30 a.m. Circle of the Meth- Urch witPmeet at 2 p.m. of Mrs. Will Jenner. will be Mrs. George Club met with Armintrout in their home on Friday 16. The club will aual picnic Monday at 6:15 o'clock, at Recreation Center The hamburger Sept. 5th at 6:30 p.m. Center. Mrs. Mrs. John Scheetz, Lillich and Mrs. L. O. of the ham- will be no aft- until October. of the Garden Club that there will be of the organization on t 2 p.m. in the Plans will be - coming Sil-Tennnial to be Friday, July will be held at .L ESTATE INSURANCE *ra gement A. Sclmffenacker SW 2-5655 Springs Sts. ILl. this meeting. The HilItop Merry Maids met June 19, at 3 o'clock at the Zion Lutheran Church. The meeting was called to order by Theresa Wessbecker; roll call was read and the minutes were taken. Su- san Ayers gave a report on the History of the 4-H. We are going to have a bake sale June 30 at I0:00 Susan Ayers, Reporter. Helen Maxine Little Married at Vandalia Miss Helen Maxine Little, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little, Vandalia, Ill., became the bride of Robert Dean Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Voris Smith of Vandalia at 6:00 p.m., June 3. Dr. Archie E. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church, performed l the double.ring ceremony in his home. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. George Little. The bride wore a pale turquoise dress of chiffon over taffeta, with white accessories. The matron of honor wore a white sheath dress with pink accessories. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. Rachel Little of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson of Latham. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith are residing with the parents of the .groom. He will continue farm- rag. CARD OF THANKS We are indeed grateful for the words of sympathy, cards, flow- ers and all other kindnesses dur- ing the ilness and at the time of the death of our loved one, Madge Anderson. The Family. SHARON BUCKLES-- (Continued from page 1) same as the maid of honor. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink and white daisies. The bride's mother was attir- ed in a beige embroidered linen drs, with a pink hat, and wore a cymbidium orchid corsage. The groom's mother wore a blue lace dress, with matching hat and a cymbidium orchid corsage. The groom's brother, Ronald Leesman, Mt. Pulaski, was best man, and Carl Rankin of Lincoln was groomsman. Ushers were: Donald Ahrens of Hartsburg; and Ronaid Stoll of Mount Pulaski. A reception was held at the Methodist Church. The three-tier- ed cake was centered on a table decorated with daisies. The cake was served by Mrs. Emmitt Shell- hammer, , Nancy Walch and San- dra Leesman. Miss Mary Lees- man served punch, while Miss Gloria Scott served the coffee. Mrs. James Smith of Lincoln took care of the gifts, assisted by Sharon Hahn, Judy Mardis and Sue Aylesworth. The guestbook was in charge of Paln Weckel and Janice Wubben. The bride graduated from the Mout Pulaski Township High School, Class of '61, and has been employed at Tom,s Coffee Shop. The groom, a graduate of the Hartsburg-Emden High School, is employed at the Hartsburg State .Bank. The couple left on a wedding trip to points of interest in Miss- ouri. The bride's going away dress was of pale blue, and she yore a corsage of pink sweet- heart roses. Out-of-town guests at the wed- i ding were from Hartsburg, Lin- coln, Beason and Chicago. The Loyal Daughters Class of the Christian Church are spon- soring a Rummage and Food Sale all day and evening, Friday and l i Saturday, July 7 and 8th, in the i Odd Fellows building, north side i of square, Mt. Pulaski. Bring your rummage and fumi- ture to building Thursday, July 6, and food on Friday and Sat- urday, July 7 - 8. Donations will be welcome from any one in the community wishing to do so. If not convenient to bring art- icles to building please call the following 2.5772, 2-5969, or 2-3272. MY THANKS I want to thank my friends and relatives for cards, gifts, prayem and visits while I was a patient in the hospital, recently. I great- ly appreciated them. Mrs. Jerry Sams. Shop and Save at Lois' SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE SPECIAL! 2 Groups of LADIES BETTER DRESSES ............ $5.98 and $6.98 LADIES PRINT DRESSES 12'/2 to 24'/2 ............................ 2 for $7.50 LADIES SKIRTS - $5.98 Values ............ $2.98 LADIES BLOUSES ........................ ; ....... $1.29 LADIES & CHILDRENS SHORTY P.J.'s 98c BOY'S TWO-PIECE SETS .................... $1.19 GIRL'S TWO.PIECE SETS .................... $1.69 LOIS FEAZEL, Prop. LEES Stahl Furniture The first thing you new June brides will want to do when you return from your honeymoon is pick out a lovely, carpet for your new home. Choose a Ks! Their stunning carpet colors and fash- ionable textures are perfectly breathtaking. Visit Stahl's Furniture and see for yourself what makes those . . . heavenly carpets by Lees so "wanted" by young homemakers everywhere. One of the most lovely and practical Lees carpets for your new home is Country Cottage. Only $10 per month Call SW 2-5413 and Stahl's Furniture carpet wagon win be at your door with a complete selection of LEES carpets. Pick the Easy Time Payment Plan that suit you best STAHL FURNITURE MOUNT PULASKL ILL.