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IB NOTES Club will meet Mon- Oct_ 9, at the home Vaughn Walch the review- Mrs. G. F. Wait. Mere- ate reminded that this is one later than the regular time. Ladies' Aid Society of the Lutheran Church, will Thursday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. country homo 6f Miss Mann, two miles north of regular meeting of the WS Methodist church, regu- scheduled to meet the first of Jeaeh month, has Postponed to Thursday, Oct. the church. Further particu- next week. Good Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic Church, Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 2 the parish hall of the new building with Mrs. Eu- Connolley as hostess. Lutheran Workers of the St. Lutheran Church, will meet home of Mrs. John Down- Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m. of the Never-Grow- will meet Fridy, Oct. p.m., in the home of Mrs. Volle, North Vine St. hostess will be assisted by Anna Ellis. Service Mothers of WW II beet Friday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Celia on North Scott St. regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will Monday evening, Oct. 2, he Legion Home. American Legion will meet Oct. 3, for their regular session. Ladies Aid Society of the Church, will meet in the Thursday, Oct. 5, at 2 pan. will be Mrs. Henry Mrs. Robert Buckles. Jr. Woman's Club will hold annual fall banquet at the west of Decatur, Thurs- Oct. 5, with dinner at 6:30 The guest speaker will be Costa of Evans, Work and Advertising Agency, Spring- His theme will be "Art in Advertising World". Garden Club will meet on Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. in the building. Slides of the Flower Show, Sil-Tennial other scenes will be shown. is invited to attend. Sewing Circle of the Luth- church will meet Thursday, 5th, at the church with Mrs. Vandevender as hostess. annual meeting of Abra- Lincoln Memorial Hospital units will be held at West School, Lincoln, October 9th. Mere- are to bring own table ser- and a dish to pass. Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will meet fortheir regu- monthly meeting, Tuesday, 3, at the township library rooms. There will be an ira- business session at 7:30 followed by a practice sos- All members are urged to SCOUTS TO 00OUT of Girl Scout Troop will enjoy an overnight  at Camp Widjiwagen, Friday, Nov. 3. overnight trip is made ! through the contributions I 1 from the financial driv- ! LiCh as the one being conduct" I the first week of October in I Pulaski. Camping both and winter at Camp are the results of the contribution. girls will have the facili- of the lodge at the camp and do their cooking out of doors. is their first overnight ad- facilities of the camp are to Girl Scouts through- the Council ]AL ESTATE CHANGES Deed from Gladys et al, etc., to Donald C. Lanterman, Elkhart, 5 and 6, block 3, in Nina L. Addition to the Village of It with a Classified A 300 ATTEND PARTY AT RECREATION More than 300 members of the Sil-Tennial Pageant cast and helpers enjoyed supper Sunday evening at the Tomlinson Recre- ation Center, compliments of the Pageant Committee, prepared by Sams Bertoni and Jim Coogan and served with the help of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow and Edd Dittus. Because of the heavy downpour of rain, the event was held inside the building. In the afternoon, free slim- ming and h tlie evening free skating was enjoyed by all the i children and adults who wanted to participate. Also in the evening colored slid- es were shown to the group at the grade school gym, that had been taken by Robert Steinfort, Mrs. George McGee and Joe Kaf- ka. A tape recording of the Pag- eant by H. J. Wible, was enjoyed by those present. Carl Fullriede Is 00Ionored On Birthday Carl Fullriede was honorer 7ith a birthday supper in Peoria Saturday evening, at the home of /Ir. and Mrs. Robert Noble and on. Others present were Mr. and drs. Burdette Maske and two children. Sunday evening Mr. Fullriede was guest-of-honor at a supper at the home of his daughter, Mr. md Mrs. Don Cotton and children in Atlanta. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Neal and children of Lake Fork; Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and children,. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Riggs and children of Mount Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. George Oltman and :hildren of Hartsburg. Appointment: Something that's ever too late for a woman to eep. szv. AT DEDICATION Roy. and Mrs. Martin Rothe and Harold Tendick, Sr., were in ChArleston Sunday evening, where Rev. Rothe spoke at the Dedica- tion Services of the new Imman- uel Lutheran Church, student cen- ter and parsonage, that have been built near the Eastern Illinois Un- iversity campus. Rev. Rethe's top- ic was "Church in Relationship to Community". In 1956, under the leadership of Roy. Rothe, a five and one-haLf acre tract of land was purchased adjoining the collepe grounds and on this was erected these $186,000 buildings of beautiful artistic de- sign, built of Indiana limestone (the same stone that the new Education building of the local Zion Church" used.) The Rothes visited with former parisheners, some of whom he had confirmed. Mr. Tendiek also visited with his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodyard and their daughter, who ar members of the new church. Blaie DeMuth and Tenrr Scroggin of Mt. PulasKi, stuaen at Eastern University, were among those attending the dedication. LOGAN COUNTY COUNCTL MEETS AT HARTSBURG The Logan County Council of the American Legion and Auxili- ary, is meeting in the Hartsburg Legion Home this Thursday night, Sept. 28. The CounCil is comprised of Le- gion Posts and Auxiliary units at New Holland, Elkhart, Chestnut, Atlanta, Beason, Mt. Pulaski, Era- den, Middletown, Lincoln, and Hartsburg. The .Weafher The weather picture has been a changeable one the past few days with last Friday being a really With this tone-era-toM embroidered shirt Cnamon, Re Blue  My Violet sum so-se $3,98 MemY other styles cmd colors to choose trom- Sizes 28 to 42 HUSTON & PAOLONE hot one. A week ago Friday it was 40 degrees and the past Fri- day found the temperature at 50 in the morning and reaching 92 or thereabout for the days high. Saturday was almost 80 degrees by 11 a.m. but clouds moved in and the temperature declined as rainy weather headed into the area. Rain began in late after- noon and rained on into Sunday. Sunday was a gloomy day with rain and wind. Tuesday found a 44 degree reading at daybreak, light breeze becoming But was a beautiful day. Wednesday started with a degree temperature which ly reached into the 70's. Clott floated thru the sky btt very warm and comfortable to be out of doors. This Thursday moring a 40 degree reading on the ther- mometer.  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