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PAGE T-ELV Club.. (OaU from page 1) SLat'as, its traditions and philoso- that had the beginning in the cabin of the Mayflower. Senator outlined many reasons and means for the preservation of philosopl%y, and gave his lis- teners many things to think of seriously. Hostesses for this first meeting of th club yeast were: Mrs. Gene Clear, chairman; Mesdames Ey, Lloyd L. Hargis, Harry Vincent Ey, Roy Carter, W. Rothwell, Louis F. Sam Jasper Veech, John E. StoI1, Wilbur E. Stoll, Misss Zen- Zimmermann, Winifred Loet- retie, Florence Lachenmyer, Ruth and Norma Schahl; L. J. Wylie of Decatur, better known as Jean to all his old trio in Mount Pulaski, his native city, ws taken Sunday evening to St. John's Imspital in springfield ccount of having suffered an attack of pneumonia. Word from his bedside today was that he is some improvement.  ....... Cool & Comfortable McOOLLUM'S Last Times Friday, October 17 2 p.m., Eve. 7:15  9:30 GRETA GARBO IN "MATA HARr' SATURDAY, OCT. 18 Sat. Cont. Shows from 2 p. m. with JUDY CANOVA FRANCIS LEDERER A III[PUm3C Pl(;Tdt SUN.-MON., OCT. 19-20 Cont. shows from 2 p. m. Mon. Mat. 2. pro.. EVe. 7:1S 9:30 INT|ITAININt THAN Bill TUES.-WED., OCT 21-22 Mat. 2 p.m., Eve. 7:15 9:30 JOB DAYS If Job Is Not Accepted 15-421o.00 THUR., FRI., OCT. 23-24 Mat. Eoch Day 2 p. m. Eve. 7:t5-9:30 pm. MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, ILLIOPOLIS HIGH CLASS OFFICERS Officers were chosen last wear for the four classes in Illiopolis Community High School. as fol- lows: Freshmen---Janes %Vurl. pres,- dent; Gene Kaylor, vice president; Betty Ann Blair, secretary and treasurer. Robert Wimters, clas advisor. Sophomore--Charlene Leonard, president; Robert Edward McDer- Mott, vice president; Margaret Mc Gay, secreta.ry and treasu:er, R. E. Shreer, class advisor. Junior--Gene Febres. president; Kenneth Utz, vice president; Mar- gaxget Fi-hburn, sec,etry and treasurer. Miss Marcella Yuc:s- sion, class advisor. Senior--David Ross, resident: Charlotte McCasL%nd. vice presi- dent; Virginia Lee Zold, secretry and treasurer. Class advisor, Prin- cipal, W. P. Sullivan. ELOISE LETTERLY WED IN LATHAM Miss Eloise Latterly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Letterly i of Latham, and Delmar Neisen, son of Mrs. Effi, Nelson of Ar- genta, were united in marriage on Wednesday evening, October 8, 1941, in the parsonage of the La- thai Christiem church, the cere- mony being performed by Rev. Loren Holt in the presence of im- mediate relatives. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Robert Feathers of Warrensbur7. rendered as an accordion solo "'I Ive You Truly," and as the.br;.de and attendant took lheir pla,ces played "Lohengrin's Wdding Mar- ch." The bride wa gowned in white slipper satin, princess style, with fingertip veil, avd carried a mixed bouuuet of white chryanu'r amls and rosebuds. The bride's only at- tendant was Mrs. Kezmeth Good- ing her sister, who wore a blue em[ossed taffeta dress, I ;or- len,%th. A navy romaine crepe was worn by the bride s a going-away dress. A reception for th newly- weds was held at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. M. C. Howe. FoPowing  brief weIdlng trip Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will live on farm in Argenta vicinity. In Quincy on Saturday and Sun- day, October 18 and 19, a district convention of the W:Ither League will be held. Several mmbers of the Waltlier League of Zion Luth- eran church of this city plan to attend. COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent II One hundred-twenty actend.cl Sunday School. Eugene Scott was discharged from the Army and returned home Tuesday night. He .s 28 years old and was discharged from Camp Roberts, California. Myrna Copeland spent Friday night  Mary Jean Griffin. Herbert Shellhammer and Dalen were in Petersburg Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sau Kusterer had I dinner Sunday --ith their daugh- ter, Mrs. Carl Hild and fairly. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Musser anC Herbert Musser were in Lincoln Saturday afternoon. ] Mary Jean Griffin spent Satur- day night with Myrna Copeland. Mrs. Carl Hild and son Harry spent Wednesday afternoon at tl home of Sam Kusterer. Mrs. charles Woods and Ellis and R. A. rady visited SundaT near Maroa with O. L. Gaudy . Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Homer Poffenbarger and family, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- nie McClealen, sou Judson, daugh- ters Betty and Helen. In the s{er- i noon Mr and Mrs. Homer Puffen- barger, Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger, Mr. and Mrs. McClealen called a.t St. John's sanitarium at Riverton to see Mrs. Thelma Sexton. A revival meeting will staTt at Copeland Christian church, Nov. 3. Rev. L. H. Hooe of Illiopolis will be in charge. Private Russell Goodrich from Camp Forrest, Tenn., is home for a 15 day furlough with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. %V. C. Musser. Mrs. Earl Lercher and children called on Mrs. Charles Woods on Saturdaj afternoon. Mrs. George Stopher, Mrs. Rosa Lambert and Corn Johnson qmt- eel Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Charles SecrEt. Evelyn Trago, her father, George Stopher, Irene Lambert, Mrs. Irene Barrett and daughter were in Lincoln Satur- day afternoon. Id and Clabe Weddle, Broad- well, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cyrulik and children had dinner and spent Sunday at  home of Sam Scott. Don and Dawe Lee visited Sun- day at the home of ,their-grand- father, Charles Herring and fam- ily. Mude Herring is staying with the Lee boys whil'e Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee are on a trip to Wis- consin. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- mer and Dalen had ms dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Hild and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellati and Udell, Mrs. Betty Shellhammer. In the after- noon Mrs. Lida Rupp and Mrs. Sarah West were there. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Celia Poffenbsger Thursday eve- ning were Mrs. Russell Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Musser, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Musser and son Billy RaT spent Sunday at Harris- town with Mrs. Howard Troutman and family. Mr. nd Mrs. John Clendenen, Mr. and Mrs. Eles Quandt and chil dren, Mr. aid Mrs. George Guls and charles Hrring attended all day severices at Cornland Christ- ian church Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Cooper and Violet spent Sunday wth Mrs. Dora Welch aad family at Itliopolis. Cora Johnson, Irene Lambert, Mrs. Irene Barrett and daughter Erlene and Mrs. Rosa Lambert, an aunt of Mrs. George Stopher, and Mrs. Evelyn Trago of Cisnc visited Saturda T and Sunday a t2e home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher. Sunday visitors there for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Nen Larson and daughters, Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Halstead ann son, Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Stoph.r and sons and Eileen Stopher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Secrest of Illi- opolis. Relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs. Lulu Griffin Friday at Ashland were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mr. amfi Mrs. Fred Bellatti, Mr. and Mrs.' S. W. Gasaway, Mrs. Helen Gar- vey and son Robert, Mrs. Jennie Birks, also Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dillsaver. Twenty-f i f t h anniversary of Birks Community Club will be cele hrted with a good program Fri- day night at the school house. Mrs. John Washbond ntertain- ed D. W. Y. W. club Tuesday aft- ernoon with eighteen members present. The afternoon was spent in a social way. A lunch was ser- ed. Mrs. George Stopher will be the November hostess. CORNLAND m More rain has made the fields very soft for corn picking. Wheat sowing commenced on Very little has been sown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ceds:rvale, Kan., are the Mrs. Jasper Oglesby'S Merle Gazell is here on lough visiting with his stationed at Camp Forresti Robert Hood of Buffalo, acted business here Miss Minnie D. Bryson the Jessica Dragonette Decatur last Thursday Sveral from here Patsy Bohan funeral at last Sturday. Walter 3raue of was here on business Mr. and Mrs. M. B. sons Rind and George Sunday in Urbna David and Robert Drake students at the Albert Butler of here last Saturday. Word has been received Lorence Hrt stating stationed in an army California. Mr. and Mrs. Paul son visited with Mr. and vin Day and other reltive day evening. If you will look closely top of the front of MyerS clothing store, southwest square, you will see a weed ing out of a crack in the Winds evidently cm-ri, ed the seed there, and dust :tween the bricks gave it hold to grow. Just Lion freak of nature. Saturday, October 11, 80th birthday anniversary Margaret Nolan, and the -as celebrated with a 6 dinner at the home of pervisor Albert F. and son John. 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