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CLUB NOTES Legion Auxiliary aeet Monday, Sept. 4 at 8 at the Legion Home. Dues payable for the new year officers would appreciate paid at this meeting. members are always to join and enjoy a good Sewing Circle of the Zion church will meet at the basement, Thursday, Sept. 2 p.m. with Mrs. Lela Stoll Lutheran Workers of the Lutheran church will at the home of Miss Emma Wednesday, Sept. 6th P.m. Very important meeting of B Bureau Unit II will be held home of Mrs. Virginia at 7:30 pxn., Monday, 11. Mrs. Norman Schahl the major lesson and Gene Geyer will give the feature. Roll call will be fall flower. All mere- to be present.(9-7) Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic church reet Wednesday, Sept. 6th ' p.m. at the home of Miss Fuhrer on Vine street. Ladies Aid Society of St. Church will meet Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. at the Mrs. Winifred Listen in meeting of the WSCS will be held church Thursday, Sept. 7 P. m. Mrs. Andrew Wig- Will be in charge of wet- and Mrs. Claus Tan- program. The hostesses Mrs. Paul A. C'uber, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Carl Goodman and Gaffney. Chestnut Happy Home- Hme Bureau Unit will at the home of Mr Ever- on Wednesday, Sept. 6 The major topic, "Se- Space to Meet Storage Will be presented by Mrs. Stoll and Mrs. Clifford "Shelves and More the short feature will Mrs. Harold Opperman. Call will be answered with Pavorite School Subject." alembers of the American Will hold their regular on Tuesday evening, next regular meeting of Society will Friday, Sept. 1 at 2 p.m. home of MrS. Charles A. Lafayette. Unit I meets in Legion Home Fri- I at 2 p.m. Mrs. Gee. and Mrs. Will Jenner the mjor lesson, "Se. SPace to Meet Storage Club will meet at 8 Sept- 4 at home of Sr., Just north- the city, the reviewer to Frank Talmage. Lakin class of the Methodist church is the of a Bake Sale at Joe's in Chestnut, Saturday, 10 aa. Acquainted" wiener be held for Junior Wo- members and their Thursday, Sept. 7 at the Recreation Center, at should bring their buns, wiener sticks, and a dish to pass. Will be furnished by the committee. RgUION annual re- Payne families will nday, Sept. 10th at Recreation Cen- a potluck dinner at the Bring your own ser- will be furnished. 1961 are: Jr.,; Vice SecTre,, l Drink Com., Eva Ayers. CHICKEN SUPPER of the Cemland Church will hold their chicken supper in basement on Wednes- 13. Serving will be- (9-7) Plmt Rafo Sorvloo.. T SERVICE FOfZ,U.S.PACFIG FLEET,SED OF 80 SHfPS, F'!:vz_.s UNDEmVaV R,EmSH- MENT,,REF'R,SALVAGE AND TOW- ING SERVICES AS MOBILE SUPF'ORr TO THE 400 PACIFIC FLEET SHIPS SCATTERED OVER 3/4 OF THE EARTH'S SURF'ACE:. DOWNING REUNION WAS HELD SUNDAY The annual Downing Reunion was held at the American Legion Home in Mount Pulaski, Sunday, August 27 with eighty-three per- sons present. Morrell Deibert was irt charge of the business meeting. The new officers for the next reunion are President, Emmitt Shellhammer; V. President, Mrs. Emmitt Shell-- hammer; Secretary, Mrs. Dean Scott; Treasurer, Mrs. F. Buckles. Those present were: Mr. and ,Mrs. Morrell Deibert, Mrs. Sadie Buckles, Mrs. Leola Eisiminger, Gertrude T. McElvain, Albert Shellhammer, Mr. and Mrs. Em- mitt Shellhammer and children, David and Debra; Mr. and Mrs. . Dean Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Downing,Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott and daughters Deborah and Glor- ia; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe and daughter, Susan; Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis, Rev. and Mrs. i Clifford Smith, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Burdick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Ennia Downing, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Park, Mr. and Mrs John Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deibert and son, Sandy; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing and daughter, Janet; LeRoy Rubin, :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Park, Arthur Park, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wiggers and children, Carolyn and Randall; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shull, Bill, Wayne and Darlene Downing of Mount Pulaski. Bob and Don Wemtz, Freeport, _Vim. Lela Downing, Springfield; Sarah J. West, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. David Reynolds, Argenta; Robert Welch, Reason; Mrs. B. E. t Tipsword, Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. Pauline Brown and sons, Arnold and Andy, Dwight; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shull and children, Greg and Janet, Maroa; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Donnan and daughters, Shirley and Faye, New Holland. IMPORTANT TO GET CHILD'S ATTENTION It's important to get your child's attention before making requests. D. W. Rapp, University of Ill- inois child development specialist says a preschool child's power of concentration is longer than you might think. That can be in your favor as long as you and he work together. If, however, he is thinking about something else, he may honestly miss your direc- tion. To motivate desirable behavior "BUD FARRAND SAYS" ORDER YOUR COAL NOW[ "Reduce Your Cost of Living" Fill Your Coal Bin Now ! Place Your Order NOW For SEPTEMBER DELIVERY or Haul Your Coal born Our Bins at a BIG SAVINGS We are featuring WASHED and OIL-TREATED COAL with Top-Rated BTU Quality Guaranteed to keep you comfortably warm this winter 6" LUMP 8"x4" FURNACE LUMP (WASHED AND TREATED) DOMESTIC STOKER (OIL TREATED and AIR WASHED) OPEN SEPTEMBER 1st Farrand Coal Co. RIVERTON, ILLINOIS Call - Riverton 9.9141 or 9-9251 For Delivery NO WAITING -- LOADING EVERY DAY ON YOUR TRUCK GOODMAN - Phone SW 2-5913 MOUNT PULASr.I, ILLINOIS : i TIMS-NEWS, Momst PulaskL IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, tin preschool children, Rapp lists these other guides: Use language the child can un- derstand. And enunciate slowly and clearly enough for him to follow you. Remember, children under 5 years are still learning to distinguish words. Do not give too many instruc- tions at once. In general, a five- year-old child can carry out three simple directions from one tell- ing, but only if you repeat them at least once while he is paying attention. Ask your child to do only the things you consider really im. port.ant and expect him to do. Be I consistent in your demands and expectations. Children thrive on fair treatment. If you're angry, it's a good idea to count 10 -- perhaps even 20 -- before you allot punishment. Do not use threats or bribes as a means of gaining obedience. Do not make misbehavior in- teresting by making it exciting or profitable. Remember, too, children are good copiers; they learn good be- havior more naturally if they have a good model. Praise what is good. Look for it--it's there! Children learn fast- er when they are praised for right behavior than when they are al- lowed to do something wrong and then are punished for it. Expect good behavior. Be posi- tive, not a pessimist. Be honest with your child his level. ATTENDED FUNERAL IN MASON CITY, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Oswald west of the city, left about last Friday for Mason City, where on Saturday they the funeral of his Mrs. Louis Brooker. After ing ill for some time, Mrs. er died Thursday, Aug. husband was formerly of Pulaski vicinity. EXTENSION COURSE TO HELD AT SS & COLONY An Extension course, from the University of Illinois, duction to the Drama--English 102", is being offered in Lincoln with classes to be held at LinL State School. The first meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the nurses home. If interest- ed or in need of further tion, please contact Mr. Chief Nurse. FLOWERS FOR LIBRARY * DURING SEPTEMBER Those responsible for arrangements at the public ll; brary on Saturdays  during month of September are: Sept. 3---Mrs. Frank Sept. 9--Mrs. Herbert Ayers. Sept. 16---Mrs. Eugene ger. Sept. 23---Miss Florence Wyn Sept. 30---Mrs. Otto Ey. . Huston & Paolone MEN'S & BOYS' STORE BUY BRAND NAMES AND SAVE![ PROUD- FIT SHOES Comfortably Designed for Growing Boys By Weinbreanen Sizes--8 1-2 to 3 B, C, D Widths $5.95 and $6.95 j: ! i!ii BONDSHIRE SHOES For the YOUNG MAN SIZES--3 to 6 C and D WIDTIIS $8.95 and $9.95 / BOYS" MUNSINGWEAR KNIT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE. SIZES--6 . 18 $1.98 and Up BOYS' McGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS 100% COTTON SIZES-- 6 - 2[] $2.98 and Up ELDORADO PRE-CUFFED Ready-o-Wear SLACKS WASH AND WEAR---Sizes 6- 18, Tom Sawyer Label $5.00 and $6.95 MUNSINGWEAR 6. 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