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NOTES Altar and Rosary Society Thomas Aquinas Catholic will meet in the parish Friday, Oct. 13, at 1:30 pzn. Good Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic church the parish hall of the new building, Wednesday aft- Oct. 4 with Mrs. Eugene as hostess. After a bus- session Five Hundred was prLzes going to Mrs. Paul Miss Anna Fuhrer, Vernita Wachter and Mrs. l W. Buehler. North Aetna Home Bureau met at the home of Mrs. Fox with Mrs. John Gard- ' assisting hostess. There were alembers present. The major was given by the Home Miss Gentes. The short was by Mrs. Charles Roos Mrs. Harry Last. Dorcas Guild of the St. Lutheran Church, will at the country home of Mrs. Curtis, Tuesday, Oct. 17, p.m. Chestnut Home Bureau will Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 1:30 in the home of Mrs. Ralph t Chestnut. Co- be Mrs. Robert Myers. call will be, "Your First in Planning a Ward- l er will show pictures of her re- cent trip as a delegate to the national convention in Pitts- burgh, Penn. There will also be a business meeting and election of officers. The Rebecca Circle of the WS CS of the Methodist Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Mel- vin Singiey, Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m. The Household Science Club will meet at the home of Mrs. E1 Michel, Friday, Oct. 20, with Mrs. John Hassebrock assisting. The tour planned for this time is postponed to a later date. Sunday Dinner Guests Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gil- lure, St., were: Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Schofield of Cisne; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leonard, Mt. Erie; and, Mrs. Bert Fraim, Parkers- burg. The ladies are all sisters of Mrs. Gillum. Other guests were: Mrs. Bert Fraim, Jr., and daughters Judy and Jan, Mt. Pulaski; Miss Kay White, Mt. Erie. Another sister from Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Brummitt and children, Judy and Kenny, visited during the afternoon. Mrs. Fraim is visiting her son Bert and family in the city. LUTHERAN TFJCHERS COIERENCE 12- 13 October 12 and 13th is the date set for the Lutheran Teachers Conference of the Central Illinois District. The conference will be held in St. John's Lutheran School at Decatur. The theme for the meet will be "Better Teaching for Better Christ- ian Education." Good teaching i follows a good curriculum. The l conference will be devoted to cur- 1 riculum building. Two outstand-I ing men ih the field of education i will serve as consultants: Prof. ! F. Luebke of Concordia I Martin Seminary, Springfield, a former[ school principal, and, Arthur L.J Amt, Superintendent of Education I Central District of the Lutheran l Church, Ft. Wayne, Ind. l Special study willl be made in l the field of social studies. The conference will prepare units of studies in its various sectionals. The teachers of Zion Lutheran School will attend this confer- ence: Mrs. Hubert Stall, kinder- garten teacher; Mrs. Harold Ten- dick, primary teacher and, Erhard Wolf, principal. CELEBRATED 6th BIIFrliAY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th Marimarlene Peters, daughter The major topic will be of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Peters Practices for a Hap- -$J, ESTATE S IrERS :south of Lake Fork, celebrated ........ ,---  her 6th birthday Friday Oct 6, oy mrs. x'aul uaJuiuu. . - . . , . sh,rt fatnrp will be "Psv-I Elizabeth H. and Eva Kirby, Mr. l with her first grade girl fnenus L'v oV't Gi-:in' Gifts" by Ms. [ Pulaski, to Frank and Clara B.eers [ from St. Joseph's School, Spring- ',e, in,,er - for Williamsville, the south half or I field as guets. Her friends were .... " " 21 - Former Presidents of the[ lot 7, and all of lot 8, m bloc. k :! guests in her homo Friday and art's Club will meet Satur-l in the original town, now city oz I Saturday. Those present were: I afternoon, Oct. 21, at the I Mount Pulaski. _ . . t Nela Ausmus... ,...CarDrZol.ecki, I . L. .... u t-)ewnid i v,i 1. _nda Roberta tmaemaK- .... t hatny vlonan, vttie -.tt umcm, [ r .v,.: , ,,, ........... :" " " Beal Vlr lnla r ..... t . th, ,-itv er Mt Pulaski, to Ilhnms Central[Debbm and Patty , g I -, ............ L" _ ,':,,-:- ,"- lot 7 block 1, in,Bast and Joan La Fata. I at tlae name r,lo,, ,-., , Book Club met ..... "'n to the] Others present were, Marilyn aa Shields & Capps Addltm Vaughan Walch, Man_ y .....  md,ki Yocum, Mount Pulaski; Mary El- Oct. 9. Mrs. G. F. Wmt uty u ........ INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE 792-5113 MOUNT PULASKL ILl- give him preferential treatment with credential billfold by ROLFS ,, CREDENTIAL is the quality gift to put you on the right side of any man. Rolfs gives it room for loads of cards. Puts a secret compartment for big bills In the currency section. Includes safety tabs for two spare keys. And 5 there'S a lifetime registration for its return if lost You couldn't do better by him so beffer buy him CREDENTIAL C, owhOdo  mii'Oany  dm' c4dm's HUSTON & PAOLONE MEN'S & BOYS' STORE MOUNT PUL,ASU,, the book, "To Kill A 'Bird," by Harper Lee. next hostess is Mrs. Richard Ladies' Aid of Zion Luth- Church of Chestnut, held regular meeting, Thursday Oct. 5. At the business it was announced that Would be a Ladies Aid sup-. on Sunday evening, Nov. 19. refreshment committee will of Mrs. Raymond Keenig, Ed Johanson and Mrs. Ken- Gerdes. Entertainment cam- wilt be Mrs. Edwin Rent- Mrs. Norbert Schroth and Charles Roos. Mrs. Victor and Mrs. Ed Buehler are on Mission Box Committee. Mrs. Roos, Mrs. Henry Dierker Mrs. Margaret Koenig were as nominating commit- Mrs. Victor Stoll, Mrs. Henry Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, Koenig, Mrs. Jessie and Mrs. Harold Opper- served refreshments follow- the regular meeting. Camp 1911 Royal of America, will meet regular session Thursday, Oct. tt 7:30 p.m. Staff practice. Elkhart MYF of the Meth- church, held a wiener roast home of Linda Miller Sun- r evening, Oct. 8th. The follow- and friends attend- party. Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larry Weyrich, Jerry John Craner, Dennis David Bell, Ronie Bell, Oltman, Ronnie Garrison, Oltmon, Sharon Van Fos- Joyce Garrison, Janet Jones, McAtee, Sharon Bait, Mr. Mrs. Amos Miller and child- be.nnis and Linda Past Noble Grand Club Monday, 7:30 p.m., Oct. With Miss Nolle Vandevend- note change of date. Loyal Daughters Society of Church willl meet church at noon Tuesday, 17 for the annual Dollar So- and Potluck Dinner. Bring and own table set. will be furnished. will act as hostesses. bring white material and and thread, as cancer will be made. LWML of Zion Lutheran will meet Thursday, Oct. a luncheon at 12:15 in Urch basement. 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