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CLUB NOTES I The WSCS of the Methodist Church will meet in the church Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. The worship service will be in charge of Miss Nellie Vandevender and the program with Mrs. George A. Voile in charge. The hostesses are Mrs. Francis Myrick, Mrs. Wal- ter Barrels, Mrs. Louis Schafer, Mrs. Robert Williams and Mrs. Dean Peddicord. The-Literature Unit of the Wo- - man's Club met Tuesday evening, Nov. 21, at the home of Mrs. Eu- gene Kretzinger in Chestnut. Mrs. Russell Curtis reviewed the book, "Healing Heart," a biography of Ora Ruggles by John Carlova. The regular meeting of the American Legion will be held on Tuesday evening, Dec. 5. Mem- bers should be present to make arrangements for Christmas time activities. I The Library Club will meet on! Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 2 pan., in the club room at the Township Li- brary. Mrs. Marie Van Hook will give a Christmas story and there Will be Christmas time music. Al- so there will be a 25c gift  ex- change. Hostesses are Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, Mrs. Grace Wagner, Mrs. Grace Buck- les and Mrs. Clarence Bowers. The Ladies Aid Society of St. John's Lutheran Church will hold its annual potluck Christmas time dinner in the church basement at noon Thursday, Dec. 7. The din-! her will] be followed by the regu- lax business and social meeting. The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Will -et in the parish hall on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at noon, when a potluck dinner will be served Mrs. Claude Litterly will be the hostess The Book Club willl meet Mon- day evening, Dec. 4 at the home of Mrs. Bayrnond Hahn on South Vine Street with Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll as the reviewer. Friday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m., the members of the Never-Grow-Old Society will meet with Mrs. R. C. Beidler. At this time the annual Christmas party will be held. Mrs. Edward Ruwe, west of the city, will be hostess Saturday, Dec. 2, to members of the Former Presidents Club of the Woman's Club. The North Aetna Home Bureau Unit will have their Christmas dinner party at Guzzardos in Lin- Coln, Wednesday, Dec. 6, at P.m. The Chestnut-Beason American Legion and Auxiliary 'will meet Monday, Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. The Christmas Party will not take place on this date as in previous years. Plans will be made for this party. A committee is in charge of refreshments. Auxiliary members are asked to bring a gift suitable for a child from 7 to high school age. Thest'gifts will be sent to the receiving cottage at Normal. Suggested gifts are handicraft kits, stationery, shampoo, gum, candy, Kraft caramels, oil and Water colors. The Auxiliary of the American Legion will meet for their regu- lar gathering, Monday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m., in the Legion Home. An invitation is extended to all members to Join in the festivities around the Christmas tree. Be- sides the regular business meet- ing there will be a 50c gift ex- 00ange The Lutheran Workers of the St. John's Lutheran church, will meet With Mrs. John Downing, Wed- nesday, Dec. 6, at 2 pan. The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church will. meet on Thursday, Dec. 7, at 2 p.m., in the home of the pastor's wife, Mrs. Paul Burdick. Besides the regular meeting, the annual Christmas Party will be featured. Mrs. Sid- ney Lee is assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. entertained members of the Mr. and Mrs. Club, Monday night. Following a dinner at the Colon- ial Diner on Route 121 curve in rlortheast part of the city, the group went to the Stoll home and enjoyed cards. For the ladies Mrs. C. M. Merriman was awarded and Mrs. Grace Wagner, the Consolation. For the men, Waiter first honors and the consolatiton. The Lake Fork Club meet Dee. 1 at ,fltnm w be mhomi on "Coronary Heart Disease" and "Rheumatic Heart Disease." Dr. : Cross or Dr. Borgerson will speak at this meeting. Pie and coffee will be served. Members of Home Bureau Unit I making the tour to Norman's Laundry in Decatur, Tuesday, were Miss Violet Cooper, Miss Norma Schahl, Mesdames Ernest Hild, Robert Sheehorn, Charles Stopher, George Wilham, Dean Cyrulik, Oscar Fleagle, Herbert Shellhammer, Albert Grathwohl, Kermit Voile, Oscar Poffenbarger, Wilhelm Baumann and Mrs. Lar- ry Wilham and son Larry Jr. The Satin Slippers met at the Talent Work Shop in Lincoln on Saturday, Nov. 11. Bar work, and dancing were enjoyed. Part- ner dancing was done with Mr. Christiann, and Mrs. Maey Cheev- er, the latter from Chicago. Dinner guests and visitors Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing were Mrs. John C. Weckel of Champaign, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Weckel and son Mark of Urbana; Mrs. Lillian Woelfel, Mrs. Katherine Downing and son Robert, Mt. Pulaski. Robert, a student at the University of Ill- inois, has been home for the Thanksgiving holidays. In Decatur Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. William Atwood and family served a turkey din- ner to a number of relatives. Their guests were: from Mt. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, Eu- gene Downing and son Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Downing and children, Darlene and Wayne. er Oran O. Scroggtn, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroth and son Richard, Mi. and Mrs. Robert Dittus and children, Lynne, Bob and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Buckles and children, Crystal, Stanley and Stephanie, all of Mt. Pulaski; and, Mr. and Mrs. John Palm of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Bender, Jr., visited in Ottawa Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Miss Dorothy Bender. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Quandt of the Copeland Church community southwest of the city, had as din- ner guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti, Mrs. Clarence Bow. ers and Rebecca Bowers, the lat- ter from Decatur. Mm. Viva Leggett, Mrs. Lillie Green, Mrs. Letitia Wilson and Pulaski Christian Church host to the Central Illinois inn church ministers on Monday, Dec. 4, at 10 speaker for the Gayland Skinner of The group will Coffee Shop and then the church for the ing and adjournmnt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dixon spent the week end city with her sister, Weidenbacher. They here by the death of ter, Miss Minnie Ann Cerro Gordo, who was 86 old. She died Tuesday, and funeral services" were Decatur. John Alden of Ing was in the city Ryan, Peppo Linsey and Don Coming home with Mr. and Mrs. Bullerman. Publicity, Kathleen I Ellis Downing were their grand- Ballinger. [sons, Cary, Perry and Kent At- The Pink" Shutter Thrift Shop at ] wood, who visited until Sunday t....-,l.  .o, n,,i I Thanksgiving weekend guests .............. v-v,eet of the en-, . ........ i'-" a"--ilia-  ot Mr and Mrs Bill Smith, were Iwe areas ,. nude [ u x- : M " ' ies, will have its grand opening l. rs. Smith s parents, Mr. and Thursday (today) Nov 30 Those t lvirs. L. U. Scott, of LaCrosse, Wis. ho,,,, o,fi,.l o'. " " and her sister, Miss Margo Scott, ....... s ............ take them to ..... the shop at 629 Pulaski St., Lin- oz 'ort awards, Wis. They arriv- ----,ln on Thursdays.,, Fridays and ed_ ._Thursday. -  aftemoono and stay- Saturdays. ea mrougn unaay. The Junior Woman's Club will meet Thursday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. in the library. Mrs. Harry Good- man of Lincoln, will be speaker for the evening, and her topic will be "How to Decorate Your Home for Christmas." Members are re- minded to bring money to pur- chase "Lights for Learning". The San Souci "500" Club met at the country home of Mrs. Marie Lucas. Prizes were award- ed Mrs. Leigh Lucas, Mrs. Rena Buehler and Mrs. Vemita Wach- ter. Mrs. Wachter will be hostess next, with a Christmas party. Members of the Mentor Graham Unit of the ALM hospital auxil- iary will tour Norman's Laundry in Decatur, Wednesday, Dec. 6, and will meet at Zim's Market at 8:30 a.m. If you are interested and haven't notified Mrs. Karl Dittus, please contact her now. The Methodist Church at Illi- opolis is sponsoring a Christmas tour with shopping centers at each of six homes, Saturday, Dec. 9, from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $1.00 and may be obtained by calling Hu 67851 or Hu 63751. The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet Thurs. day, Dec. 7, with a potluck dinner at noon, in the church basement: There will be a gift exchange. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shull and daughter Miss Dorothy, served 'a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day, their guests being Mrs. Shull's father, Henry Schafer and Mrs. Boyd Frye and daughter Margar- et, the latter two of Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Keek and children, of Normal, served a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Their guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and children, Bob and Susan of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Linebaugh, of Pontiac, Mich. Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer visited in Decatur Thanksgiving Day with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Baird and children. Mrs. Herbert Holz and cousin Clarence W. Rothwell were in E1 Paso Thanksgiving Day and vis. i ited with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ioeger. James D. Follis and family were callers at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. James B. Follis, on Sunday evening. Meister and son David. Miss Nancy Walch. a student at Illinois College in Jacksonville, ! spent Thanksgiving vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan i Walch. Miss Nellie Vandevender and sister Mrs. Bessie Kinert visited in Decatur Thanksgiving Day in the home Mrs. Kinert's son, Mer- vin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Hansen of Quincy, were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bert H. Schahl. At her home on East Cooke St., Thanksgiving Day, Mrs. Geo. J. Smith served a turkey dinner, having as her guests, Mrs. Grace Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Schafer, Miss a M. F. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kroeckel of Bowling Green, Ky. visited re- cently with their daughter, Mrs. Frederick Lipp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Neaville en- tertained seve]:al relatives at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving. The guests included his mother, Mrs. Grace Neaville of Mt. Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Maymon and sons Davil and Darrell, of Fairfield; Mr. and Mrs. Steen Mumster and son Mike of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Don Neaville and sons Chris and Brian, city. On Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Jen- nie Smallwood dntertained mem- bers of the Oran Scroggin family at a turkey dinner in her home in Decatur. Guests were: her Iath- Mrs. M. J. Sharer, were in Lin- coln Tuesday mornisg, going to the Deaconess Nursing Home to visit with Mount Pulaskians, Miss Anna Iisch, Miss Nellie Horn, Mrs. Chloe Jenner, Miss Meta Clark and MrS. William Stoll. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich, i Mr. and Mrs. Van Froehlich, Mt. !Pulaski, and, David Froehlich of Decatur, went to Lexington, Ill. Saturday, Nov. 25 to attend the funerPl .rervices or Mrs. Frank Beaslcy, 57, that city. She was a sister of Fred Froehlich, and had been ill since June. She died un- expectedly Wednesday, Nov. 22 in the Brokaw Hospital, at Normal, where she had been a patient only six hours. At her home on North Garden Street, Thanksgiving Day, Mrs. Dave Connolley had the follow- ing guests at a chicken dinner: Miss Katherine Connolley, Chi- cago; Mr. and Mrs. Edgard Con- nolley and daughter Gall and Lisa, of Moweaqua; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sims and son of Lincoln; and Mrs. Olive Kepner. Paul Burdick, pastor of the Mt. noon and overnight visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. Stoll, and family. --W wreaths der now. Mt Pulaski. i AT'rENDS SI$'fl$ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Des Moines, Iowa, attend the funeral sister, Mrs. Anne Waggon one year old, Mrs. been ill for sometime unexpectedly ing. Funeral services will I Saturday morning at the Holy Trinity church Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Otis of Decatur were Day visitors at the home and Mrs. Russell Curtis. :. IN APPCLaOW We would like to ald's friends, who ing to him that he has transferred to Pontiac thank each and everyone for your loyalty. Mr. and Mrs. IDEAL GIFT for CHRIST YOU WII OUR STORE OF EXCITING GIFT That Will Help You Solve the Problem of Just What to Get Member of Family ! CAF1 ' WRAPPING ! .----.-- No Problems.- No Meters ! m WE GIVE S, ,GREEN Huston & Paolone Ladies Give Us A Before You "'