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CLUB NOTES The DW Club met Wednesday Nov. 8, at the home of Elmer Schaffenacker. Pin- was played and prizes won Mrs. William Opperman, Mrs. Schroth, Mrs. Ruth Rohr- Mrs. Carl Shroeder. Guests Miss Norma Schahl, Mrs. Schaffenacker. The next will be a Christmas and is to be held on Wed- Dec. 13, at 1:30 pzn. in home of Mrs. Edward Ruwe, est of the city. The Royal Neighbors will meet (this) Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 la., at the IOOF Hall. WarThe Service Mothers of World II will meet Friday, Nov. 24 7 p.m., in the home of Mts. l Connolley on North Garden Members are requested to needles, thread, thimbles scissors, in order to sew on rags. Dorcas Guild of St. John's church, will meet Tues-: November 21, at 7:30 p.m. at church, with Mrs. Walter as hostess. The American Legion Auxiliary Chestnut-Beason Post No. 848, a joint meeting with Mount November 6th to hear the Dist. Director Mrs. Ella Mae The next meeting will be on Dec. 4th, with a Christ- party. There will be a gift for everyone. Each please bring cookies for Ladies Aid of the Zion Luther- Church in Chestnut, will have supper Sunday even- Nov. 19, at 6 o'clock. The fol- are on the refreshment Mrs. Raymond Koe- Mrs. Ed Johansen and Mrs. Gerdes. Entertainment is Mrs. Edwin Rent- Mrs. Norbert Schroth and Charles RoDs. The next meet- will he held Dec. 7th. The Literature Unit of the Wo- Club will meet Tuesday, 2I at 7:30 p.m. in the home the president, Mrs. Eugene ,rer, in Chestnut. The re. will be Mrs. Russell Curtis. The Lake Fork Community has changed its date from 17 to Dec. 1, since the Jun- class play is on the 17th. Sans Souci "500" Club met the home of Mrs. Rena Buehl- Wednesday, Nov. 8. Prizes awarded Mrs. Harve Robin- Mrs. Carrie Goddard and Mrs. Riedle. The next host- Will be Mrs. Marie Lucas. Mt. Pulaski Garden Club meet Friday, Nov. 17 at 2 in the club room of the Miss Freda Combs of De- Recreational Department, WHEN YOU SAVE BY MAIL ,WE PAY THE POSTAGE GET YOUR free Save- by-Mail material next time you visit us. From then on, we'll keep you aupplied with posge- envelopes to use mmy time you prefer handy way to save ! LINCOLN AVING' will give a program on "Christ- mas Decorations." The PTL of Zion Lutheran Church will be held Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. Please note change of date. Members should bring pumpkin pie. There will be a skit "Child Insurance" and a panel discussion. The public is invited. ANNUAL OUT-OF- TOWN VISIT MADE Members of the Good Will So- ciety of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, made their an- nual out-of-town visit, and en- joyed a luncheon at the Holiday Inn, in Decatur, Thursday, Nov. 9, at 12:30 p.m. Those making the trip were: Miss Anna Fuhrer, Miss Marie Sams, Mrs. Harold Scheuler, Mrs. Donald Waddell, Mrs. Verneta Wachter, Mrs. Fred J. Roth, Mrs. Austin Yocom, Mrs. E, T. Goddard, Mrs. Rena Buehler, Mrs. Frank Waddell, Mrs. Claude Litterly, Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni, Mrs. Paul Beidler, Mrs. Harold Hubbard, Mrs. Karl Wessbecker. Also Mrs. Raymond Wolf of Decatur was present. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MRS. MELVIN PAYNE Mrs. Melvin Payne was given a surprise birthday party Saturday, No. 4th, at her home by a group of friends. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tilson, Sweet- water, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harbarger and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald May of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fout and son, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mason, Mrs. Oletha Bartels, all of Mount Pulaski; and, Mrs. Le- roy Radcliff and daughters of Lincoln. RELATIVES ENJOYED DINNER AT DITTUS HOME On Veterans' Day evening, Sat- urday, Nov. 11, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Dittus, 2 miles north of the city, served dinner to a group of relatives. They were as lol- l ows: LaGrange Park: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hallmann; Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Slagell. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Larue Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ball, Mrs. Wayne Lolling, Mr. and Mrs. Trelby Ball and children Jim and Christy. Mt. Pulaski: Mrs. Dean Cullen and son Robert. KITCHEN BAND TO PLAY AT ORLANDO HOTEL The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will play at the Hotel Orlando in Decatur, Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 8:30 p.m. at a Stanley party for over 300 women. The party starts at 7:30 p.rm and band members are to meet at the Hilltop Bowl at 6:30 for transportation. # NOVE mE n =.-s.nws. Mount m. TH..SDAY,., } ;ONS! LADIES The  committees for the Christ- I misty and fog by evening. Foggy .] :NIGH m D,,p , ,, mas program, tree, treat and to[ Monday A.M. Warmer. A drizzle i r rA.,. 1 see that Santa arrives, were ap- [ afternoon and fog yet Tuesday A. The next regular meeting of the pointed Sunday. Centers pro- [ M. Lions Club will be held on Wed- nesday, Nov. 22, at Bertoni's. The meeting date was moved up one day due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Movies of Sil-Tennial activities were shown at the Lions meet- ing last Thursday, by Jim Coog- an. The Club is busy, now, making plans for the Ladies Night to be held Thursday, Dec. 14. Repre- sentative Herman Dammermann will be the speaker that evening. CORRECTION Mr. and Mrs. James ILager of Chestnut are parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born Oct. 13, in- stead of just a daughter, as was previously reported. NOTE OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the many, many beautiful cards, flowers, gifts, visits and prayers said in my behalf while I was a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Decatur, also, for the kindnesses extended my family. These things all help so much. Mrs. Gene Manes. DO YOU HAVE ? If anyone has the words and] music to the old Mount Pulaski] Township High School Pep or| fight songs, please contact Mr.] Taylor, as the committee would i like to use same for some of the Homecoming events. I AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood W. O. Galloway spent Sunday afternoon at Albert Anderson's. Patricia Heft of Flora, spent the week end with home folks here. Mrs. Leona" Hoaglin was there, also. Nine from here went to Center Chapel Sunday P.M. to see the Passion Play pictures, shown by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams of Lane. Both are in the cast ((have been 14 years), Mr. and Mrs. Watts were with them, they too are in the east. A lunch was served before the service. Eleven were present for WSWS at Mrs, Clarence Rau's, Thursday. Next December meeting is a pot luck supper for the families at the church. Catherine Galloway leader of lesson. Save those old papers for the W-L Jr. high school paper drive Saturday, Nov. 19. Willie Heft celebrated his birth- day on Nov. 10th on Thursday afternoon for the boys in his room at school - as school was dismissed at 2:30. 13 boys were present and all enjoyed the ice erea m. The Y.F. will have a film for next Sunday evening. Dr. O. F. Landis will preach at both churches Dec. 17th. DANCE SPONSORED BY THE Logan County Republican CeniTal CommiH'ee ELKS COUNTRY CLUB FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1961 9:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M. Music by DON SMITH AND HIS STAR DUSTERS NO ADMISSION CHARGE gram is the morning of 24th. When started to S. S. at 9 an. : ; Pastor will be there and here H.A.K. discovered the telephone in evening for ours. t line over road had been broken More ice and frost Tuesday and ] by some high machinery Satur. Wednesday A.M. A cold N.W. lday evening. Trouble man ca? wind. Clear and cold Thursday, IMonday a.m., said had three Mn: ideal Friday. Cloudy Saturday, les to put up. (Who did it? We :| and warmer. Sunday was cloudy[ wonder.) UBLIC INVITED! ROBERT J. WOODS takes pleasure in announcing that ROGER W. THOMPSON will hereafter be associated with him in the General Practice of Law. 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