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CLUB NOTES The North Aetna Home Bureau met at the home of Mrs. Stoll with Mrs. Everett assisting. There were 17i and three guests pres- The major lesson was Mrs. Emmanuel Hunter and Philip Carlson. The short was given by Mrs. James Book Club met Monday Nov. 6, in the home of Mrs. Edwards on No. Wash- St, Mrs. Harold Muliins "Doctor Hap," by Clara Burke. The December host- Will be Mrs. Raymond Hahn. The Ladies Aid of the Zion Church will meet on Nov. 16, in the church Mrs. Herbert Finke and Mrs. French as hostesses. Mem- note this is one week due to Thanksgiving. next Kitchen Band practice be hell at the high school Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. The Elkhart Legion and Auxil- Post #616, will sponsor a Party, Saturday, Nov. 18, the Elkhart Comunmity high beginning at 7:30 p.m. will be served. The public invited. Cloverleaf Club will meet the home of Mrs. Oscar Beav- Nov. 17, at 2 p.m. Home Bureau will Wednesday, Nov. 15, at a.m. at the home of Mrs. Southern in Chestnut, with Donald Donnan as co-hos- There will be a potluck din- The major topic, "Beliefs We By" will be given by the Adviser, Miss Genevieve The short topic, "Psychol- of Giving Gifts," by Mrs. Eu- Kretzinger. Roll call is You Are Thankful klembers ,of the Ace High Club were entertained on afternoon, Nov. 3, by Mrs. Litterly at her home of the city. Prizes were to Mrs. Rena Buehler, Ellis C. Downing and Mrs. Buckles. Mrs. Karl Dittus the December hostes The DWYW Club will meet on Nov. 14, at 1:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Abner Howe. AV Class of the Methodist will meet Tuesday, Nov. at 7:30 pan., in the home of William Myrick. Assisting will be Mrs. Harry Lu- Mrs. Fred Freehlich and Mrs. McCormick. Bureau Unit H will meet the home of Mrs. Wilbur Stoli Mrs. H. H. Maddox as the Monday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 The major topic, "Fniancial of Happy Families," will iverr by Mrs. Floyd Schaffe- and the short topic will be Patterns." Visitors are For transportation call Bureau II member or Phone Science Club mem will tour Norman's Laundry on Friday, Nov. 17, in- of the regular meeting. the tour the group will go the home of Mrs. Sylvia Hugh- , a former Mount Pulaskian, for POtluck dinner. All members are able are urged to make tour. Guests may be invited they have not toured the with some other group dur. the current year. Bureau Unit I will Nov. 28, at the at 8:30 an, to leave for of Norman's Laundry in De- The quota for these tours from 10 to 16 ladies, so please Mrs. Robert Shehorn or Herbert She]hammer, ff you to go. next meeting of Home Bu- I will be in the form of a Party at the country of Mrs. Charles Stopher, on Dec. 1. A potluck dinner be held at noon. There will 50c gift exchange. Potholders Club will meet country home of Mrs. Chas. with her mother, Mrs. Poffenbarger, as hostess, on Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. are to bring a 10c gift COokies. Be sure and not for- Secret Pal. Bebecca Circle of WSCS of Church, will meet Dale Wed- at 7:30 "Makes Something Out of Nothing" Is Interesting Hobby On the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 7th, the members of the Library Club met in the library club room and enjoyed a very interesting demonstration on how to "make something out of noth- ing" when Mrs. Steve Southern, of Chestnut, brought many ex- amples of her hand work that were made from cones, weeds, and even cardboard flowers, wall plaques with varied backgrounds, some framed, some u, al- so some backed with aluminum mesh, all very attractive and in- expensive. Mrs. Southern also had used plastic to make a table mat, and a poodle dog. A net pillow was another attractive item. Mrs. Southern was assisted by Mrs. Donnan. Sharon Wachter sang "Smiles" and 'I'ill We Meet Again". She was accompanied by Sheila Arney at the piano. The business session was con ducted by the president, Mrs. Gayland Green. The committee for the Decem- ber meeting will include Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Mrs. Grace Wagner, Mrs. C. E. Hlldreth, Mrs. Grace Buck- les and Mrs. Clarence Bowers. Election of officers wil Itake place at the December meeting. Refreshments were served by the committee composed of Miss Marie Sans, Mrs. Oscar Auer, Mrs. John StolL Mrs. FJlis Down. ing and Mrs. Carl Miller. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Denzfl Erlenbush of Lincoln, are parents of a son, born Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the ALM hospital, Licoln. TIMES-NEWS, Motmt PulaskL Ill, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, DINNER AT MILLER " HOME HONORING R. ROMER BIRTHDAY The country home of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Miller, in Austin township, east of Mount Pulaski, was the scene of a potluck din- ner Sunday, Nov. 5. The affair honored Roman Romer on his birthday anniversary. The group of relatives and a few friends, en- joyed the feast to the fullest ex- tent. The. following attended: Mount Pulaski: Roman Romer, Tom, Jim, Bob, Steve, Dick, Joe and Lynne Romer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley, Miss Sherry Davis. Latham: Mark, Christ and Marl rune Miller. Blandinsvilie: Mr. and Mrs. For- est Suycott and daughter, Diane. I They came in their plane. I Decatur: Mrs. Florence Schroth, I and Art Newland. } Springfield: Miss Darlene Ar- I min. [ Lake Fork Community Club Meeting, Nov. 17 The Lake Fork Community Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Fri- day, Nov. 17th at the school. Please brin.g pie. Pop and coffee l will be furnished. There will be I two films shown, one on coronary i heart disease and rheumatic heart J disease. A talk will be given by I someone from the Illinois Hea I Ass'n. (11-16) J I NOTE OF THANKS I wish to thank my many kind friends and relatives for remem- bering me on my birthday with so many nice greetings. I certain-' ly did appreciate them very much. Mrs. Minnie Suedmeier. Sul:flption: The only thing a writer is sure all the magazines will accept. Men's Leather-Soled Jun 9 and Wolverine WORK SHOES 1/2 PRICE DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES "FoUow The Crowds To Douds" ROBERT J. WOODS takes pleasure in announcing that ROGER W. THOMPSON will hereafter be associaled with him in the General Practice of Law. Telephone: 306 Clinton St. 732-7170 Lincoln,'Illinois Aert/ze From where I sit..0000 Jo' Marsh /Makes A "Lot" of Sense The oa dsr I wu driving br BUm Thomss' used esr let, when I noUeed be'd Pel uP s bifr ne slzn. Trouble ws& me of the  wu upside down. 8o drove in. "Hey, 8lira,- I sd, "ibis s nlee new slsn--but one ot the leben8 is wronc,dde upS" "Heck, I know that," laughs Slim. "Matt of laet, I had it made that way deUbege. Fig- m, ed folks were bound to come in to tell me about Rmand it works! I must get tour or five new prospects a day." Then he grim down at me. "By the way, Joe," he says, "I could give you a pretty good deal on that car of yours...n From where I sit, ook be- fore you  is espeehUy e er you stsrt to give sm'vlee. Unlike Slim, some folks my not welcome your magges- llon---4elslJy about personJl tue8! Wh=her your neighbor takes'ooffee with his meIs, or prefen gla of beerthsVs relT lds own "bmdaeL'. Glv- fnz folks ere for knowing their mimb is s good wsy of keeplnf lhrlendshilm "hrlght- I BEASON BOY SCOUT PROGRAM HELD NOV. Sth A Boy Scout cabin on the Harry Randolph farm, southeast of Bea- son, was dedicated at 4 p.m. Sun- day, Nov. 5, in memory of Lee Colburn, who was Scoutmaster of Troop 124 when he was killed in a traffic accident. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Colburn of Boason and helped to build the cabin. MY APPRECIATION I want to express my gratitude for the cards, gifts, visits, and l many acts of kindness while a patient in the Decatur-Maco county hospital. 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