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CLUB NOTES Home Bureau Unit I will meet Friday, Nov. 3, at 2 pan., at the American Legion Home. The North Aetna Home Bureau ]Jnit met at the home of Mrs. lichard Stoll, Wednesday even- iag. Mrs. Everett Southerlow was Co-hostess. The major lesson was given by Mrs. Philip Carlson and : Mrs. Emmanuel Hunter. The Mary Todd Unit of the Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos- will meet Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Earl Holmes at Chestnut. Please bring scissors, needles, thread, Pine cones and anything else reeded to make Christmas decor- ations for the Bazaar. The Sans Souci "500" Club met Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, at the country home of Mrs. Claude latterly. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Carrie Goddard, Mrs. Teletha Broughton and Mrs. Venita Wach- ter. The next hostess will be Mrs. Itena Buehler. The Book Club will meet Mon. day night, Nov. 6, at the home ol Mrs. Richard Edwards on North Washington St. Mrs. Harold Mul- lins will give the book review. The men of St. Thomas Aquin- as Catholic Church are in the pro- eess of forming an organization but have not so far given it a same. At a meeting held in the Parish hall Wednesday night, Oct. 25, the following officers were elected: Kenneth Connolley, pres- ident; Samuel Bertoni, vice-pres- ident; Floyd Kelly, secretary; and Dale Fuhrer, treasurer. The next regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Will be held Monday evening, Nov. 6, in the American Legion home. Mrs. George J. Smith will enter. fain members of the 20th Century Club, Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 2 P.m. Members of the American Le- gion will hold their regular meet- hag on Tuesday night, Nov. 7th. The Gleaners' Class of the St. John's Lutheran Church, will meet Thursday, Nov. 9, at 2 pan. With Mrs. Nellie Mayer. The FHA Carnival will be held at the high school gym, Saturday evening, Nov. 4, at 7:30. The pub- Iic is invited to attend and enjoy the various booths and a side show. Donations are 5c for each booth. The Jr. Woman's Club will hold their annual pre-holiday dance, Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9:30 to 12:30 a.m. at the Elks Club in Springfield with Charlie Rogers orchestra furnishing the music. MIELKE'S CELEBRATED $0th AHNIVERSARY OF MARRIED LIFE Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mielke of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., celebrat- ed their Golden Wedding Anni- versary, Sunday, Oct. 22, 1961, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Mr. Pulaski, with over 100 friends and relatives attending. The table was set with lace, Over a yellow table cloth. The four- tiered wedding cake with "50" in gold on top, was the cen- ter-piece with yellow candles on either side. Rose bud mints, mix- ed nuts, cake and coffee were Served. The coffee was poured by Mrs. Byron Keil, punch by Mrs. Ken- seth Keil, and cake was served by Mrs. Lelia Paul. al of Spring- field. Others helping with the serving Were Mrs. Mayford Davis and daughter, Bette, Mrs. Paul Holmes and daughter, Janet, Mrs. Virgil bamaxin, Mrs. Louise Dunn, Mrs. John Geyer and Miss Margaret Qeyer. Mrs. Richard Sotzen was in Charge of the guest book and Mrs. Franklin Naylor was in charge of the gifts. The Mielke's were married Nov. 22, 1911, at the home of her late Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keil, by the late Pv. Brenner. Their attendants were Ed Keil of Springfield (deceased), and Miss latie Keil, her sister. Mrs. Mielke Is the former Marie Keil. Mr. Mielke is a Spanish War Veteran. They moved to New Smyrna .Reach, Florida, from Springfield in 1921, where they have made their home ever nce. ARVID GALLOWAY MARBLED OCT. 7th Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Blue Mound, Ill., announce the marriage of their daughter, Jud- ith Ann to Arvid Galloway, Oct. 7th, at the Methodist church in Blue Mound. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Galloway of Austin township, east of Mount Pulaski.. He is a grandson of Ferdinand Bobell, Mt. Pulaski. TIMES-NEWS, Mount , IlL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER , N RTrVES AT FRENCH HOME The country Home ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis French and daugh- I ters, Judy and Barbara, of the lake Fork community, was the] scene of a dinner at noon, and l gathering of relatives, Sunday, Oct. 29. The event took the place! of a family reunion held annually! at a park in Pana. Those present were as follows: - Lakewooa: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs Galloway attended Illinois Barricklow Debbie Barricb1-, State Normal Umvers]ty m Nor-IEugene Barricklow, Mr. and Mrs. mal and is employed by the Cat-[Launy Montooth, Mr. and Mrs. erpillar Tractor Co. Mr. Galloway]Roy Wakefield, Mrs. John Duck- is employed by the Fryco Co. in} ett i Decatur" I Mama: Mr. and Mrs. Delward ! They are residing in Oreana. a l.eimbaeh and children, Billy, Ann and Lynn and Jim Camp- bell. Lincoln: Mrs. Phil.lip Maxheim- er. Beason: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Irwin. Mount Pulaski: Mrs Herbert Birks and Mrs. Edna Mueller. ANNUAL FALL SUPPER AND BAZAA R AT CORNLAND The Loyal Ladies of the Corn. land Christian Church will hold their annual Fall Supper and Ba- zaar on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The sup- per will be Cafeteria Style and serving will start at 5:00 p.m. The public is invited to at- tend. (11-2) --Sell it with a Classified Adl HOSPITAL Mrs. Vera Kautz mitred to the ALM hospital Lincolrl Thursday, Oct. 26, medical care. Mrs. Henry Reiter entered AZaM hospital Sunday for medical at- tention. , 1 Mrs. Ernest Criland, Cornlamf :: was removed to ALM hospital  the Schahl ambulance, Friday, ! i surgery. * Mrs. Eugene Manes entered th{ St. Mary's hospital in Deeat last weekend and on derwent surgery. Her sister, Paul V. Shelley, and husband, Wichita, Kans., arrived Saturt and Mrs. Sheeley will remain a while. Stahl's Harvest of Values [ Sale Opens Monday, Nov. 6th IOEHI-EN LIVING ROOM BIEGE SOFA $2. - Only $.95 NYLON SOFA AND CHAIR DKRK BBOWN NYLON SOFA AND CHAIR ROSE BIEGE $249.95- Only $219.95 BEDROOM SUITES 3-Pc. Kroehler - Pecan Finish Bookcase Bed Double Dresser Chest $189.95 - Only $149.95 3-PC. SOLID MAPLE Bookcase Bed Chest - Double Dresser $269.95- Only $229.95 HOIILL ) ?;i IS: DINETTES By Howell 5-Pc. S.T i Round Table 4 Swivel Chairs $129.95 for S-Pc. Table White Goldtone . Wire-basted Chair Pink Seats ;119.95 for $99.9S NEW! Just Arrived Early American Maple Table 4 Chairs $119.95 for in The Seem Or See Next Week's Ad For More STAH'L FURNITURE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS ?