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| Aid Society of St. church, will August 2, at 2:30 country home of Gulso, southwest of Aid Society of the will meet at August 2, social potluck din- Officers will be the Volle. North Will be hostess to Society on 3, at 2:30 p.m., G. Hughes as meeting of Central No. 313, Friday 3. Guest Night Each officer to invite a guest in District 17. Workers of St. church will August 1. at the home of Mrs. on North La. of the Pa.Ma Club chicken dinner last at the Legion group then went to Mr. and Mrs. George ay bridge. Prizes were A. Downing and Mrs. of the Methodist hold a picnic sup- Church Thursday, Aug. . for members and Bring sandwiches dish. Hostesses are Rickords, Mrs. C. E. G. A Tomlinson and it'Day for the La. 4-H Club was held Week at the Walnut north of Latham. taken of the girls No equipment to buy, no work  do. Featured in America's kading Erhqgzinc$. Now only a few cents per day for the average family. and their project dresses. Talks were given by Mary Chapman and Carol Voile, and demonstra- tions presented by Jo Ellen Jones and Janice Chapman. Special numbers were given by Jewell Lillich, Jo Ellen Jones, Ruth Chapman, Nancy Garvin, and Mary Edith Pease. --Mary Edith Paese. Reporter. The former presidents of the Junior Woman's Club will enter- tain the former presidents of the Senior Woman's Club on Friday, July 27. at 7:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Van Froehlich. The regular meeting of the Service Mothers, World War II. will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center, Friday, July 27, at 7:30 p.m. Bring scissors and thimbles and assist in sew- ing carpet rags for veterans in hospitals. Hostesses are Mrs. Guy Hatfield and Mrs. Frances Bow- ers. Mrs. Fred Ruth will be hostess to the Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church on Tuesday, August 7, at 1:30 p. m., in American Legion Home. This meeting has been postpon- ed from the regular scheduled meeting. The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet in the church basement Thursday, August 2, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. , John Biesemeier the hostess. The WSCS of the Chestnut Methodist church, will sponsor a shower in the church basement on Wednesday, August 1, at 7:30 p.m., honoring Mrs. Bonnie Mc- Kinley Pope, whose home was destroyed by the tornado of June 27th. The Sans Souci Clubmet Tues- day night at the home of Mrs. Harvey Robinson, North Spring street. Hostess was Mrs. Roy Lucas. Five Hundred was played and prizes awarded Mrs. Herbert Patterson, Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni and Mrs. Claude Litterly. "BOB" SPENT VACATION IN CORNIND "Bob." the little black dog be- longing to Mrs. R. T. Harper, North Washington street, makes it a practice to sit in the middle of the pavement, thus making all motorists go 'round him. He is known to many as the dog with a face covered with grey hair, which gives him a funny appearance. During the absence of Mrs. Harper the past week. her son, Ward, took "Bob" in the car to Cornland each day. Mr. Harper is manager of the Mount Pulaski Grain Co. elevator there and states that the dog seemed to enjoy his vacation very much. HS TO OPEN (Continued frum pmGe 1) player and a radio. New band instruments will be purchased, and new machine attachments in industrial arts. Seven new typewriters for commerce have been ordered, and the purchase of a new elec- tric stove for the home economics classes has been planned. Two new sewing machines will be secured. The drawing room, mathemat- ics room, physics and chemistry laboratories and science room, have been repainted. A variety of colors have been used in the )ainting, including cream, blue. )ale green and yellow, in order :o avoid monotony in the color ;chemes. The gym floor will be evarnished and the main hall :loors will be painted. Following is a complete list of faculty members, to date:- Lloyd L. Hargis, B.S. and A.M. Principal. Clara Martin, B.A., M.A, B.Lib. S.--English, Latin and Library. Lester Werntz, B.M. and MM. Music. Herbert SLivers, B.S.--Director of Industrial Arts. Harry Lucas, B.S.Science, Ag- riculture and Audio.Visual Edu- cation- Frank Jones, B.S. -- Physical Education, History and Athletics. Barbara Wilson, B.S.  Home Economics, Dean of Girls. Ora Lee Ward, B.Ed.  Com- merce, School Paper. Phoebe Cox, B.S.  Physical Education, History, Yearbook. Irene Oberheu, B. S.English, Spanish, Speech. Laura White, B.A.Mathemat- ics, Science, Internal Accounts. James Hampton, B.S.--Veter- ans' Agriculture. Miss Oberheu is studying Spanish, this summer, at Guan- ajuto. Mexico. Mr. Werntz is do- ing graduate work at the U. of I. Charles Schmitz, city clerk re- )orts that the 1951 hunting lic- ences arrived Tuesday and that Kenneth V. Connolley was the first to get one. NOTICE{ I WILL BE ON VACATION FROM AUGUST 5th to AUGUST 24th Julian E. Downing . 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Or if you will, the capital you need for beginning a successful business of your own. But remember this . . . you must begin now before your opportunity has hastened past you. So, come in today and begin building a successful tomorrow ! FARMERS BANK Member Federal Depmdt C4'pozfom