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Mmmt  ilL. THUIUAYe NOVEMBER IS, 1MI 91 MEMBERS AT IMR.-MRS. ENGLAND IBAZAAR-FOOD SALE MENTOR GRAHAM JWORTHY PATRON- IAT ST. THOMAS MEETING MATRON OF O.E.S. SATURDAY, NOV. 18 Graham Unit of ALM Sally and Joe England were Members of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Parish in Mount net Tuesday afternoon, elected Worthy Matron and Nov. 14 in the home of Mrs. Wal- Wqrthy Patron of Mt. Pulaski Pulaski wishes to remind you of Schroeder with 21 members Chapter O.ES., at the regular their Bazaar, Lunch and Sup- present. Mrs. Otis Howe, St. and meeting Nov. 13th. per to be held in the parish hall :Mrs. Ernest Edwards were wel- Other newly elected officers Saturday, Nov. 18th. Lunch will : corned as new members making include: Maria Bowers and John be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the membership 106. After the C. Bowers, Associate Matron and and supper from 5 to 7 p.m. The booths will be stocked with meeting items for the Associate Patron; Mildred Myrick, were wrapped and priced, secretary; Donald Copeland, treas-items for your approval and se- Later cake and coffe were serv- urer; Pauline Bender, Conduc- lection. The Country Kitchen will have ample supplies of jams, by the hostess, tress; June Crawford, Associate jellies, pickles, etc., as well as having gift items, bak- Conductress. ery goods, or home.made candy The officers will be installed baked items, including rolls, bazaar, may take them to Nov. 25, at 8:00 p.m. banana bread, coffee cakes, etc. home of Mrs. F, dd Ruwe or June Craword and Joe England There will be many Christmas John Curtis, by noon on Fri- are the retiring Worthy Matron decorations to be sold and hand- day. and Worthy Patron. made gift items for the young The bazaar will be held in the The following Grand Chapter and old. This is a chance to Woman's Club building commRtee appointments were choose for Christmas-giving, or for your own home decorations. on Friday, Nov. 17, from 4 to 9 read: and on Saturday, Nov. 18 Elmer Hayes: Transportation Come and look them over. 9 axn. to 2 p.m. Donald Copeland: Blood Bank. Entrances will be marked. The Unit members will tour Nor- Audrey Copeland: Religious Oh- ramp emrance at front, or the Laundry in Decatur Wed. servance, back entrance at southeast corn- y, Dec. 6, and will leave Mae Kretzinger: Reliogious Ob. er of the church, may be used to Zim's at 8:30 a.m. Contact servanee, reach the parish hall. . Karl Dittus ff you wish to go. Mary Veech: Hospital Visitation Look elsewhere in this paper Virginia Rothwelh Youth Pro- for prices, etc. on food items to SCOUTS HOSTS mouon, be served. Naomi Curtis: Scholarship. Don't forget the date, Satur- THEIR FATHERS Luella Myrick: Home Benevo- day, Nov. 18th. ence On Friday, Nov. 10th, the Boy Irene Matthews: Civil Defense PETIT JURORS FOR entertained their fathers June Crawford: Chapter Hospi- COUNYg DIWN a wiener roast at the Recre- tality Center. Later in the even- Joe England: Endowment Trust Sixty names were drawn re- the Scouts gave two skits. Fund cently at the courthouse in Lin- Rice, Scoutmaster, has as Gerusia Hayes: Chapter History coln by Logan County Circuit assistant, Richard Mueller. i Mildred Myrick: Chapter Court- Clerk Earl Madigan, of persons following were present for esT. to serve as petit jury members supper: Lee Taylor and son for the September 1961 term of Robert Steinfort and JOHN M. REIN ADDRESS Circuit Court. Charles W. Hanslow and. AT FORT POLK, L Those selected are to report for Darrell, Keith Rothwell and David and Daniel Dallas John M. Hein, son of Mr. and duty at the courthouse on Mon- and son Billy, Mrs. Eric Hein of Chestnut, who day, Dec. 4, at 9:30 a.m. !: Mike Kennedy, Sammy Bertoni, returned during the summer Following are names of those Gupton III, Jim Fuhrer, Glen from serving in Germany, and chosen from townships in the Rice and Richard Mueller. had located in Mount Pulaski, south half of the county: was recently z.cailed to duty. His Mr. Pulaski: Dorothy Hickey, A. owr DRIVE address is as follows: Carl Miller, Wilma L. Rothwell, OVER THE GOAL Pfc. John M. Hein, E.R. 556 667 Virginia Ayers, Theresa I. Brooker, i 385, 602 M.P. Guard Co., Fort Patricia Hanslow. drive for funds to carry on Polk, La. Chester: Dorothy Cline. in Mount Pulaski Laenna: Harry I. Hild, Esther been completed by going over PLACED MARKER AT F Waddell. top. The goal of $546.00 was SAIM GREKW GRKVE Lake Fork: Robert R. Cowan. by $132.3. Aetna: Elmer M. Roos, Natalie Kenneth Johnson, chairman of While there was no regular pro- Bender. drive, wishes to express his gram planned for Veterans Day Oran: Charles D. Austry. to the workers and in Mount Pulaski, Saturday, Nov. Elkhart: Gwendolyn Meyers, to all those who contributed 11, members of the Jabez Capps Ferdinand Wiebking, Rosemary the drive the success it Barracks went to the local cerne- Fuiten. tery on that day and placed a Hurlbut: O. A. Greer, John D. marker on the grave of Samuel Danaher. LUNCHES FOR Green, veteran of World War I. 20 to 22 Mr. Green is the first member NOTE OF THANKS of the Barracks to pass away since We want to thank all those Maaday: Barbequed beef on a it was organized. Members of the who helped in any way with the buttered corn, cookie, fruit family were present at the cere- house-to-house Boy Scout Drive.  lplatin; milk. Hot Dog on bun, but-mony. Dean Cates. peas, potato chips, peaches, Wwlmmd/" Baked turkey, potatoes and giblet gravy, RAY HANSLOW ,cranberry apple sauce, hot milk. : The Weather Nov9wasab..- INVITES YOU TO COME IN day with the lowest temper- .. - far AND SEE 24 degrees this morning, warmed to 58 for the high was much the same as "THE ALL NEW" BUT THE NAME except the tempera- a bit higher at 32". High FORD and Sunday were nice a little precipitation started the work week i a 50 degree temperature and FAIRLANE sky, with light'rain now then, but not enough to count. very dark in afternoon not storm. Temperature mov- to 58 degrees, then started and at 3 p.m. was 50. Con- NOW ON DISPLAY on down until Tuesday found the reading at 42 r was cloudy all clay. Wind 's weather Wednay AT had a 40 degree temper. cloudy sky, mild wind, and ned chilly all day. Wind became strongafter lunch and Langellier Motor Co temperature reached about 48. There's a change in the weath. er this Thursday morning. Rain night and early this morn- Sky  tr to ck. Tern. Lincoln - Illinois perature about 45 at dawn. Chilly wind this am. BOYS IN SERVICE Pfc. Jerry W. Barron, 20, son of Mrs. Mae Smith, R. 1, Kenney, IlL recently achieved recognition as a top Army marksman by quali- fying for the expert marksman. ship badge during range firing with the Army's new M-14 rifle in Baumholder, Germany. Barron, who arrived overseas last May, is a mechanic in Head- quarters Battery of the 8th In- fantry Division's 16th Artillery in Baumholder. He completed basle training at ort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was employed at Ace's Standard Service Station before entering the Army in Dee., 1960. MY APPRECIATION I want to thank all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for re- membering me with visits, cards, flowers and gifts on my 90th birthday. They were certainly en- joyed. (P) Mrs. Ora Rothwell. THANK, YOU ! The Band Members would like to thank all those who helped them make their Hobo Day the success that it was. I PEACE CORPS EXAM AT SPRINGFIELD The Peace Corps will be held in Springfield, Ill. 8:30 a.m. promptly for those this area who wish to master R. J. Horn was today. Peace Corps posters giving information, will be displayed the local post offifce on the letin boards. SECOND GRADE BRO(IES TO ORGANIZE NOV. 21st Second Grade Brownie ScoUtS will meet at the home of Keith Wilham, Tuesday, Nov. at 3:45 p.m. Those wishing to please be there as this is "Sign-Up" meetings. Regular meetings will be held on Thursdays starting Nov. Mothers please pick up chilclr at 4:45 pxn. Tuesday. MIDDLETOWN LEGION STAG PARTY NOV. llth The Middletown American I gion Post is extending an lnviUV tion to all posts and their to attend their Stag Party to held Friday, Nov. 7. Donation $1.00 and serving starts at 6:3g Big super heating | performance m 11 COMPACT IH 00Loo..0000l.o CAB I N ET ! 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