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CLUB NOTES ThoTe Good Will Society of St. omas Aquinas Catholic Church ll meet Wednesday, Nov. 1 at :30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. ltarold Hubbard on North Vine. The Home Bureau Unit I will Friday, Nov. 3 at the Legion at 2 p.m. The major les. "Financial Practices for a Family" will be given by Robert Shehom. The 31st annual Bazaar and luck Supper will be held in Christian Church basement rsday, Nov. 2, at, 6 pJn., spon- Zd by the Ladies Aid kciety. The event will take the place of _the regular scheduled meeting of the society. The WSCS of the Methodist ChUrch will observe the Week of ayer and Self Denial Oct. 25-31, With a program meeting Sunday, Oct. 27 at 7:00 p.m. at the chur- ch. There will be various talks home and foreign missions, by mbers of the womens society, meditations, prayers and ans. The offering will be for jects designated in the tall WSCS me-mbers and the pub- : are cordialy invited. The Satin SUppers met Oct. 14, e Talent Workshop, Lincoln. of $2.00 were paid. Mem- participated in bar work, and partner dancing, for 45 inutes. Mrs. Purvianee read in- reSting parts of "Memories of e Ballet Master". lhUblicity Chairman, Kathleen linger. e Ladies' Aid Society of St. s Lutheran church, will t Thursday, Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. the home of Mrs. John Bender, on North Belmont St. rvice Mothers of World War Will meet Friday, Oct. 27 at home of Mrs. Sam Green, .ere a wiener roast will be held. Possibl, members are asked to . present from 6 to 6:30 p JR. g own wieners and bun hTe WSCS of the Methodist htnch will meet in the church Ursday, Nov. 2, at 2 p.m. The orShip ervice will be in charge Mrs. Dean Scott and the pro- in charge of Mrs. F. E. Neu- er. Hostesses will be M[rs. rose Witt, Mrs. Vaughan aleh, Mrs. John Romanotto, Mrs. Green and Mrs. Hubert "kles. e members of the Never- -Old Society will meet Fri- Y, Nov. 3, at the home of Mrs. ;.',trence Bowers on North Spring 5" At this time the hostess will 'rVe a dinner at 12:30 p.m. with SOcial hour following. oLThe PTL of the Zion Lutheran ch will meet Friday evening, 27, at the church at 6:30 p. This will be supper for the 'P. Members are to bring hot .gs, buns, potato chips, donuts. qnks will be furnished. The ? ittee is Mr. and Mrs. George h ,run, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lew- Uld Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll. 4dren of the school will come cl and masked and identity l be guessed by the teachers. cthem um:i tHhloaeeYn apa the grade shool if they desire. , Taylor, principal of the high ht ?ol, will talk on the proposed o school addition that will be " ecl on this Saturday. cis McCubbin To B. L. Hickman [r. and Mrs. Paul McCubbin of tale, announce the engage- tt of their daughter, Frances ae to Benjamin L. Hickman, echanicsburg. . lss McCubbin is employed at First National Bank of Mount 'er for the Dumas Milner Co. fall wedding is being plan- I--IRVE-D 57 YEARS OF IED LIFE YESTERDAY and Mrs. Hubert Buckles observed their 57th wedding Wednesday, Oct. 25, a congratulatory letter the H. J. Heinz Co. The in their letter, stated your years together will Rue to be filled with happi- and good fortune. also received a box of cOrapany's favorite foods. ATTENDED WOMA.N'C CIeUB MEETING IN LINCOLN On Wednesday, Oct. 18, the Lin- coin Woman's Club had as their special guests, Mrs. G. V. Mahl- gren, president of the Illinois Fed- eration of Women's Clubs. All clubs of Logan county were invited to the meeting to see and hear the president's message. The Mt. Pulaski Woman's club was represented by Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, Mrs. Elmer Schaffe- nacker, Mrs. Oswald Brooker and the Misses Sciota and Elizabeth Horn. The Junior club was represent. ed by Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Loren Holmes and Mrs. Dean Cates. CARD OF ]L We want to thank our friends and relatives for the words of sympathy, flowers and all other thoughtfulness at the time of the death of our loved one, Albert Reiterman. The Family. HONOR ROLL LIST AT WAR. JR. HIGH Students on the honor roll at the Warrensburg Jr. high school are as follows: Honor Boll 7th Grade: James Hammel, Karen Hilli- iard ................................................ 3.83 Linda Howe, Betty Mayfleld 3.67 Janet Ponsler and Bobby Wright .......................................... 3.50 8th Grade: Linda York .............................. 3.86 Sandra Stone, Patty Weaver .......................................... 3.71 Kathy Dierker, Delmar Nichols, Sharon Stoll ............... 357 llomor: Mention 7th Grade: Katherine Buckles, Ann Mc- Guire, Norman Wentworth 3.33 Neff Buckles, David Morgret Amy Trump ............................ 3.16 Terry Boles, Owen Fox, Shara Hancock, Sheila Hut- son, Jerry Wakeman ................ 3.00 8th Grade: Suzanne Catlin, Tom Ferguson ...................................... 3.43 Bob Cooper, Lhnda. Loveall, Wally Rotz .................................. 3.28 Carol Beal, Darrel Birch 3.14 Janis Cox, Carolyn Crea- son, Brian CaStOR, Carolyn Nichalos, Steve Staley ............ 3.00 LORITA BUCI00ER MARRIED SATURDAY Miss Lorita Buckner, daugh- ter of Mrs. Donna Buekner of Mt. Pulaski, became the bride of Ed- ward Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sapp, of Elkhart, in a double ring ceremony at the Methodist Church of Elkhart, on Saturday, Oct. 14 Mrs. Jean Bryson of Lake Fork, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and David Olson, of Broadwell, was best man. A reception followed the cere- mony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hinds. The couple is residing in Elkhart. for a limited time only PLAYTE,,,, WILL PAY I ii Ivng b "AUTUMN'S FINAL FLING'* ANNUAL FALL DISPLAY "Autumn's Final Fling," an an- nual fall display of fruits, ve ables and flowers, was pre2ntO recently at the Community in San Jose, by the Garden dliS ion of the San Jose Wo' Club. About 170 members and guests viewed the many beautiful arrangements and bouquets. Mrs. Oswald Brooker of Pulaski, was one of the many ex- hibitors. She showed slides and spoke on the International Gardens at Michigan City, followed by slides of the Pulaski Sil-Tennial, and Of coin's ttome in Springfield. ANNUAL FALL SUPPER BAZAAR AT CORNLAND The Loyal Ladies of the land Christian Church will their annual Fall Supper and Ba, zaar on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The sup- per will be Cafeteria Style arid- serving will start at 7 p.m. The public is invited to at- tend. (11-2) featuring* stretch-ever" elastic a spandex elastic made without rubber YeLl Plop/rex will mually pay you $I.00 to t W the new Playtex Living Bra with $ $pandex elastic. Playtex makes this offer because they know that yodll alwayl wear o Playtex Living Bra after you try the first one. Stret-ever xmclex elastic h made without rubber. 5o now you can machine mdz the new Playtex Living Bandeau bra with detergents and bleach. It  yellow, pucker or dretch out. And it lasts up to three times longer then on ordinory bro. So right now, buy any white Playtex Living Bra and Ftm/t will send you $I.00. Bat hurry, offer good for short time only. dk qlm  e# IlOO emd  JldJiOa& I1 dll e. e,lm nbll,r. Stretdew beck ,lint , , ffo.', spele 0 em , aevgem tv/m eeoewnem jquwva mv. L . a. Playtex Living Bra with nylon or cotton-Dacron cups. White, 32A to 42C, $3.95. D sizes, $1.00 more. lb. Playtex Living Longline Bra with elastic magic-midriff for a smooth bust-to-hip- line. White, 32A to 44[:), :$6.95. And new K length for shorter waisted figures. White, 32A to 44C, $5.95. D sizes, $1.00 more. HUSTON & PAOLONE Apparel MOUNT IULASKL ILLINOIS