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NOVEMBER 29, 1951 LUBS- Book Club will meet at !home of Mrs. Kathryn Kin- Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. Downing will re- Wesleyan Sunday School the Methodist church will with Mrs. Kathryn Kinert Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. S. L. Ketchie will Good Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic chur- Will meet Wednesday, Dec. the home of Mrs. Harold east of the city. A pot- dinner will be held at noon by the annual Christ- party. Library Club will meet at Tomlinson Recreation Center! Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. The are Mrs. Edward Ruwe, Otto Roos, Mrs. Harry S. a, Sr., Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas, Miss Katie Volle. A suitable is being arranged. The Christmas party will be a the gifts to exchange to exceed 25 cents. of the 20th Century were entertained recently Mrs. Lillian Woelfel at her on North Belmont street. Hundred was played, the winners being Mrs. Wesley Miss Anna Fuhrer and Anna Schafer. Mrs. John H. is next hostess. Cathedral for Unique Filming A, high spot, anyway you look it, of the Pittsburgh location of MGM's new comedy "Angels in the Outfield," a unique shot set up by Pro- rector Clarence Brown Cameral;lan Paul Vogel from 38th floor of the 42-stories- Cathedral of Learning From unusual vantage point the skyscraper schoolhouse, of the University of Pitts- the camera was trained Forbes Field, two blocks away nearly 400-feet below, during National League game being by the Pittsburgh Pirates. four other cameras qlot the action of the game from spots in the stands and Paul Douglas and Janet Leigh -star in the comedy drama of tough baseball team manager Itid a newspaper household-hints with featured supporting played by Keenan Wynn, Stone, Spring Byington, Bennett, Harvin Kaplan tild little 8.year-old Donna Cor- eOran, hailed as Hollywood's tlewest candidate for child star- dora. Mount Pulaski Theatre Sun..Mon., Dec. 2-3 Matinee Sunday at 2 o'clock sisting hostesses will .be Mrs. PAGE The Ladies' Aid society of St. John's Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbach- er on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 2:30 p.m. The Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church will meet on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 2:30 p.m., with Mrs. T. A. Scroggin, on South Spring street. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. M. J. Sharer and Mrs. Celia Poffen- barger. Members of the Never-Grow- Old society will meet Friday, Dec. 7, at 2:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Oscar Shull on North Iarion street. Mrs. Edward Bind- er will be assisting hostess. The annual exchange of Christmas gifts will be featured, no gift to cost more than 50 cents. The D. W. club met recently for its November meeting, at the home of Mrs. Albert Horn, west of the city. Pinochle was play- ed and prizes won by Mrs. Nor- man Schahl, Mrs. Karl Dittus and Mrs. Edward Ruwe. Club guests were Mrs. Lyle Doom and Mrs. Frank Spaits of Lincoln. Mrs. i Henry Rohrer of Lincoln has in- vited members to her home on Wednesday, Dec. 5 for their an- nual Christmas party. The Lutheran Workers of St. 'John's Lutheran church, will meet with Mrs. A F. Lipp Wed- nesday, Dec. 5 at 2:30 p.m. The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet in the church basement Thursday, Dec. 6, at 1:30. At this time the an- nual Christmas party will be held. The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet December 6, at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Albert Shellhammer. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Charles A. Ey, Mrs. Edward Binder, Mrs. William Beckers and Mrs J. B. i Heft. The Rebekah lodge will hold its regular meeting in the Odd Fellows hall on Friday evening, Dec. 7. Members are urged to bring Christmas gifts for those in the Old Folks Home at Mat- toon. Business for the meeting will be the election of officers. The occasion will also be a party for members having birthday an- niversaries in the months of September, October, November and December. The Junior WSCS of the Metho- dist church will meet Friday, Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Glen Rogers on North Scott street, with Mrs. Wade Schott as program chairman. As- Ralph Blackburn and Mrs. Ar- thur Myers. Warrensburg-Latham Homecoming Dec. 1 The Warrensburg-Latham high school will hold its third annual homecoming December 1st, in the high school gymnasium. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. to midnight to the music of Bob Bauer and his orchestra. Admis- sion prices are 75c a person and 25c for spectators. A Homecoming Queen will be crowned and honored during the evening. Candidates for Queen are: Sharon Hamblin--Freshman. Nancy Warnick---Sophomore. Mary Ann Center--Jumor. Mary McClure---SenidL The homecoming is sponsored HAPPY WITH GIFT SURPRISE FROM OUR STORE. GIFT SUGGESTIONS eBALLERINA DINNERWARE - POTTERY VASES and PLANTERS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WALDO MANN WAS FORMER RESIDENT Waldo K. Mann, a native of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died at his home in Champaign, Ill., at 4:15 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, 1951 at the age of 63 years, 1 month and 29 days. Death was caused from a stroke. Mr. Mann was born Sept. 25. 1888, southeast of Mount Pulaski, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mann. In his earlier manhood days he went to Penn- sylvama and worked as an electrical engineer. He later lo- cated in Freeport, Ill., where he married Miss Edna Yeagle. He is survived by his wife; one son. William of Champaign; one daughter, Mrs. Margie Kahly, of German Valley, Ill.; a brother, George Mann of Grant City, Mo.; by the Warrensburg - Latham and one sister, Mrs. Noble Usher- Chapter of Future Homemakers wood, who resides on the old of America. Mann homestead farm southeast [of Mount Pulaski. Shot-Put Star As Actor [ Funeral services were_held !n Bruce Barnett, who was known I the Mittenaor zunerat nome l as Herman BriM in the days when I Chaimpawlag: i n M:::tayY'ceNV't: # he was a shot-putting champion l - - instead of an actor, swings his near Manomeu trusty right arm into action a-] ......  = ..... gain, but this time as a tosser of" ,,,, ',. , baseballs. Bennett portrays a '"' .... " ........... veteran pitcher nearing the end The women of St. Thomas of his big league career in MGN "Angels in the Outfield." He joins Paul Douglas, Janet Leigh, Keenan Wynn and 8-year-old Donna Corcoran in the new film. Mount Pulaski Theatre Sunday and Monday, Dec. 2-3 Sunday afternoon matinee at 2 Aquinas Catholic church will sponsor a Food and Bake Sale on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Norman Daniel Studio on the west side of the square. Sale begins at 9 a.m. This is a good place to get things for your Sunday dinner. 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