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iii CLUB NOTES of the Service Moth- of World War H will meet Nov. 24 at 7:00 p.m: in home of Mrs. Dave Connolley North Garden St. The sewing rags will be done. Former Presidents Club of Woman's Club will meet on Dec. 2, at 2 p.m., in the of Mrs. Edward Ruwe, west  the city. Mt. Pulaski Riding Club Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Tom's i Shop with 27 members in Aer a business Mr, and Mrs. William of Lincoln, formerly of England, showed movies a tour of European countries of the Brussel's World's Fair. was enjoyed. The next will be a potluck supper the turkey furnished, held at American Legion Home on Dec. 18. This will be a party with a white ele- gift exchange. Bureau Unit I, will meet the Hilltop Bowl on Tuesday, 28 at 8:30 a.m. for trans- to Norman's Laundry in Bureau Unit I, will hold | annual Christmas party in the of a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Charles at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1. will be a 50c gift exchange. of the Never-Grow- Society will meet Friday, Dec. at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. C. Beidler. The annual Christ-! will be held. The Tuesday Afternoon Club meet Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 2 with Mrs. George J. Smith Cooke St. CIIORUS TO AT GRIE SCHOOL The Community Chorus Christ- practice*will be held at the school gym on Tuesday, 28, at 7:30 p.m. New mem- are welcomed! Please note of place. CHRISTMAS DECORATION AT LINCOLN 's. Harry . Wible gave a and display of her Christmas decorations made tin can lids, before Mrs. Joe Home Economics class at High School, Monday aft- She was accompanied by Rudy Baumhardt, who also some of her handiwork thb same line. SCHOOL MENU NOV. 27 THRU DEC. I Barbecued harnburgez cream corn with crackers, applesauce, milk. y: Hot turkey on bun, carrot stick, mixed fruit milk Meatballs, spa- celery stick, bananas in bread and butter, milk. ,: Ham and beans, cole sweetened cherries, corn- and butter, milk. Deep sea doodles, po: salad, apple, ice cream bar and butter, milk. i OF CLAIM DATE I is hereby given to all I that Monday, the 1st day] .January, A. D. 1962, is the ,Ira date in the estate of George Stopher, deceased, now pend-i , in the County Court of Lo-] County, Illinois, and that !ills may be filed against the ate of the decedent on or be-, said date without the issu- ce of summons. Leland P. Miller, Executor. ller & Miller, Atorney. (12-14) rlePh Operator: A woman LOse business is a calling. WATCH REPAIRING 8:OO am. to 8:00 p.m. ONDAI ' n WEDNESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. PIIlDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART, ILL BArN WEDDING- (Continued from page 1) Sehahl. They wore dressses of amethyst velvet styled with full skirts and shirred waist with a satin shoestring bow at the back. :Their small velvet pillbox hats and shoes matched their dresses. They carried bouquets of purple and white pore poms. The little flower girl, Janis Fraim, wore a dress identical to the other at- tendants. Thomas Hinrichs, nephew of the groom was ringbearer. Jimmy Ulfers, Martintoo, cous- in of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Shawn Hook and Gordon Naurie, of Martinton. Kenneth Baumann and Russell Baumann, cousins of the bride, were ushers. The bride's mother wore a biege lace sheath dress with mag- enta accessories. She wore a pink rosebud corsage. A reception followed the cere- mony in the new educational building of the church. A three- tired wedding cake centered the bride's table, which was complete with silver service. Mrs. Arlene Buster of Niantic and Miss Sue Olson, of Moline, cut the cake. Mrs. Janet Buttschow, River For- est, poured the punch. Miss Joyce Wiebking, Cornland, poured the coffee. Miss Judith Schaffenacker, Miss Diane Ulfers, Miss Erma Shoup and Mrs. Mildred Vaughn, assisted. Miss Diane Ulfers was in charge of the guest book. After a wedding trip north the couple will be at home at 1315 West Seminary, Bloomington, Ill. For traveling Mrs. Hinrichs chose a two- piece broWn and black wool tweed suit with brown accessories. The orchid from her bridal bouquet was her corsage. The bride graduated from Mr. Pulaski township high school and attended Illinois State Normal University "where she is employ- ed as secretary in Home Econom- ics Department. The groom grad- uated from Donovan high school and is a Senior at ISNU, major- ing in Mathematics. TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pul.. TIMES-NEWS, Mount  Ill.. THURSDAY, NOVIIM]R 23, INI-- LUNCHEON AND CARD PARTY AT LEGION HOME The American Legion Auxiliary served quite a number at lunch- eon on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 12:30 p.m., in the American Le- gion Home. After lunch cards were played. Winners in the var. lous games were: Contract Bridge: Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas and Mrs. Herbert Ayers. Auction Bridge: Mrs. C. E.. Hil- dreth and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Five Hundred: Mrs. Steve Pat- terson and Mrs. George J. Smith. Pinochle: Mrs. Floyd Sehaffe- nacker and Mrs. Clarence Romer. Door Prize: Mrs. C. H. Leckbee. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood j Whee - a big 3 inch, wet snow I to greet us Sunday A.M. Stuck on [ everything. Spit snow most of A. I M. - a lot melted by noon - the[ first of season. [ The crack of guns was heard Saturday A.M. and season didn't open till noon. Car loads hunters by all afternoon. They better learn the hunting laws. Goodbye, wild life ! Fog and mist and a drizzle on Monday, but made it home safely from Mr. Pulaski (had a dental appointment). Mrs. Wm. Heft and H.A.K. were there Wednesday - more dental work. Christmas shopping, short visits, then to see inside the new Catholic Church. ,ome women were there washing the new dishes and coating new table tops. The Wm. Hefts at- tended their supper and bazaar Saturday P.M. Cloudy and fog Wednesday. A sprinkle by 5 p.m. Rain 1:30 to 4 Thursday. Sunny and nice Fri- day but colder. Ice and big frost Saturday a.m. Then the big snow for Sunday. Fog, no more snow, Monday A.M. ] Sandra Williams gave a p]ano i number Sunday for church ser- vice. A film - "A Reason for Be- ing" - for Y.F. in evening. W.S.W.S. potluck Supper for all Head in the clouds? You, too, can enjoy that high and mighty feeling that comes when you have ready cash in the bank! IT TAKES ONLY A FEW DOLLARS-AND A FEW STEPS TO OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. COME IN SOON! 00a.k of00he00t.ut CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS the family, Dec. 14. Wheat fields a beautiful green. Corn would about been all har- vested with another week of de- cent weather. Has been a muddy job this fall. Happy Thanksgiving (don't ov- ereat) nor forget to thank your Lord for all His gifts. Wish I had stopped in office / t i and bought some 'No Hunting' signs Wednesday when in town. Need them - but some can't   g.! A former pastor, Rev. and M , Milton Witt of Stockton, called on friends Monday. They were re. turning from Washington, Ill. " where he participated in a Reviw } al. ! SHOPPING'S FUN IE CHRISTM,00,S CLUB WAIt CHRISTMAS Clubbers always enjoy the holi- days. Shopping expen- ses are covered by funds they have saved ahead here. START NOW ! MENTS | NOV. s L 1 s ,2.so 1.oo BE .oo zoo l so.oo 4.oo  ioo.oo s.oo  12s.oo ]o)o IW 2so2o 0 Join our 1962 Chri mas Club now. Enjoy the holidays twice as much next year. iili HURRY[ HURRY! HURRY! Stahrs Harvest Sale ENDS NOVEMBER 30 PLENTY OF EVERYTHING LEFT! A GROUP OF End Tables STEP. COMMODE, COCKTAIL i 2 , PRICE STAHL FURNITU i MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS '!