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GOodwill Society of uinas Church at the home of Scheuler at Wed., Oct. 6th. Society of Service of the ist Church October P.m. A potluck be served. Please own table ser- s also bank night 88th anniversary SOciety. program will be By Mrs. Everett Hostesses will be Deibert, Mrs. Mrs. Leona Club will Club Room Oct. 5th at will be a and refreshments Served. Legion will meet Mon- 4 at 8 p.m. at HOme, and Crafts s Club at 9 a.m.. Oct. Library." The to make work, knit- bring your plan our a sack lunch. furnished. Junior will meet Oct. 7 in tOO m. Speaker will be from the De- of Children and o f Spring- are asked dozen cookies meeting. The cookies will then be taken to the Lincoln State School residents. Any members who have not yet contributed their recipes for the club cook book, should bring them to this meeting also. The Hilltops Club will weigh in 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. Tues., Oct. 5th at the Torrflinson Rec. Center. The present contest win- ners will be announced. Back fines and dues will be collected during the meeting. A "Trip to the Moon" will be under way and run for 9 weeks. Members, join us! Cun, RDEN CLUB FRIDAY AT LIBRARY The Garden Club met at the Library Club Room Fri., Sept. 24, with twenty- six members and one guest present. The program featured a flower show with many lovely floral arrangements. A flower exchange was also held. Mrs. Gladys Lyons won the door prize. The hostesses were Mrs. Vernita Wachter, Mrs. Karl Dittus, and Miss Charlotte Hanslow. A hobby show is being planned for the next meeting to be held Nov. 19. Anyone interested in becoming a member is invited to this meeting. SCHOOLS HAVE PLENTY OF RAH MATERIAL. BOOKS (Continued from page 1) Schilling. Mrs. Grace Wagner - Flowers and Furniture in America's Historic Homes; Dictionary of Marks - Pot- tery and Porcelain by Ralph and Terry Kovel; Antique Collecting for Everyone by Katherin McClinton. Harry Milner - 132 of the Most Unusual Cars That Ever Ran at Indiana- polis. Claude Bowers - Wells Fargo by Noel M. Loomis. Edward Gulso - The Legendary American by William Warren. Logan Anderson - Ire- land in Color by Harold Clarke. Mrs. Lillian Goetz - My Mother, the Doctor by Joy Daniels Singer. Mrs. Thema Kautz - Farm Journal Christmas Book; Embroidery by Ce- cile Dreesman. Mrs. Wilma Long - Pip- pa, the Cheetah and Her Cubs by Joy Adamson. Mrs. Isadore Tomlinson - The Way the Tiger Walk- ed by Doris J. Chaconas; The Little Witch by Mar- garet Mahy, Home Guide to Trees, Shrubs and Wild- flowers by Grimm. SCHOOL MENUS MT. PULASKI CONS. GRADE Grades 1, 2, & 4 - 8 MONDAY: Potato boat, corn, fruit, bread and butter. TUESDAY: Ship wreck, pears, cheese, bread and butter. WEDNESDAY: Chicken salad on lettuce, buttered peas, fruit, hot rolls and butter. THURSDAY: Sloppy Joe, green beans, potato sticks, cake. ON THE DOD6E BOYS. THEYCARE ABOUT WITH THE ONLY HEW PICKUP... 72 DOD6E. and see the newest, roomiest pickup in the business! Our all-new '72 brand-new, independent front suspension, a wider front and rear and a longer wheelbase (131 inches)--to give you a great new ride. are two inches wider and open nine degrees farther for easy entry and exit. Shoulder room has been increased by Tour inches, and a taller cab gives you a full 13 inches of seat height for greater leg support. Tough? You bet. After all, toughness is a Dodge tradition, when it comes to building trucks. DICK SHULL MOTOR 0. r, Ook  ;..Tee Z. PuhukJ, m,. DEPEIii) ON THE DODGE BOYS FRIDAY: Fish sticks, browned potatoes, lettuce salad, bread and butter. GRADES 3 - LAKE FORK MONDAY: Meat loaf and gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, pineapple, bread and butter. TUESDAY: Ham & beans, peas or beets, slaw, corn bread and butter, cookies. WEDNESDAY: Spanish rice, lettuce or sliced tomatoes, peanut butter and jelly sand- wich, jello. THURSDAY: Creamed tur- key on biscuit, mashed pota- toes, applesauce, banana cake. FRIDAY: Macaroni and cheese, green beans, carrot and pineapple salad, peanut butter sandwich, iced graham crackers. Milk served with all meals. Menus subject to change with- out notice. LWML RALLY AT HAVANA OCT. 13 The Lincoln Zone LWML Rally wilt be held Oct. 13 at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Havana, Illinois. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. and Opening Devotions will be at 10:00 a.m. The guest speaker of the day will be Mrs. Martha Plagens, of Moline. Having lived in the Philip- pines, she wilt bring an inspiring and informative message. A hmcheon will be TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1971-5 served at noon in the by Oct. 6th. dining room. Reservations A registration fee of should be sent to ,rs. $2.50 will be collected to Orville Himmel, R.R. t, cover the cost of the meal Topeka, Illinois, 61567, and offering. MOVING? Send the Times : " News Your New'Address. i Announcing... 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