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CLUB NOTES The 20th Century Card Club meet with Mrs. Clarence at her country home south- of Mt. Pulaski, Wednesday, 13 at 1:30 pxn. Any member to attend is ask to notify: hostess. The Chestnut Home Bureau Un- Will meet one week early on Dec. 13, with a lunch- at Swartz's in Decatur. At 1 there will be a Christmas at the home of Mrs. Merritt at 3225 Holly Drive. The . consists of Miss Aurelia Mrs. Clarence WinRleman Mrs. Williams. Members are meet at the Rentschler Seed store at 12 noon. Mem- are ask to meet at the same Saturday, Dec 9, at 12:45 for the tour of homes in Illi- The Cornland Home Bureau will hold their Christmas and Gift Exchange at Mill Restaurant in Spring- on Wednesday, Dec. 13, at h30 a.m. Jabez Capps Barracks World I Veterans, will hold its next on Monday, Dec. 11 at P.m. Trustees should come at p.m. to audit the books members will meet The. Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club meet Friday, De. 8, at 2 p.m. the Club room of the Muldoon building. Mrs. Ellis of the Music Department, have the program. Group of Christmas carols will all in the Christmas spirit, Mrs. Wood leading. "The from Lincoln, wilt the narration of the Christ- Story, with colored slides and musical accompaniment. The Household Science Club hold their annual Christmas Friday afternoon, Dec. 15, the home*of Mrs. Ernest Ed- with Mrs. Herbert Birks Mrs. Anna Sharer assisting. will be a 50e gift exchange. Mentor Graham Unit of the hospital auxiliary will meet the St. John's Lutheran Church Tuesday, Deec. 12, at 2 p.m. Tray Favors will be and sewing done. Please scissors and thimbles. 'he DWYW Club will meet Dec. 12 at the country of Mrs. Gene Howe with a dinner at 11:30 a.m. Meat drink will be furnished. will be an exchange of gifts Bureau Unit I met at the home of Mrs. Charles Friday, Dec. 1st with 11 present. guests were Mrs. H. J. and Mrs. Ernest Hild, who their interesting hobbies. Wible showed her tin lid and silk sreening art re- z. Mrs Hild diayed golden sprayed coffee can with macaroni, etc., and 8-inch macaroni Christmas A Craft Class may be start- the near future and anyone in it should contact Charles Stopher. Bureau Unit II will hold Christmas meeting at the of Mrs. Wilbur Stoll, Mort- Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m. There bea gift exchange. Roll call be "A Favorite Christmas Candy" Christmas ideas be given by all members. Darrell Neal will give the feature on "Christmas Cook- Order of Eastern Star, No. Will hold its regular meet- iath Masonic Hall on Mon- Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m. All are asked to be present hour earlier In con- with this meeting a of instruction will be held, Mrs. Mary Isham of Spring- as instructress. The social Will be in charge of the Matron, Mrs. Sally Eng- and Worthy Patron, Joe All members are urged hostess will be Mrs. Frank Tal- mage, all members are to con- tribute some literary bit they have enjoyed during the year of 1961. The Gleaners Claus of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Thurs- day, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Marie Van Hook. The Hilltop Merry Maids met Monday, Dec. 1, at the home of their leader Mrs. George Zebrun.' We decided to hold a bake sale Dec. 16, starting at 8 a.m. in the building east of the First Nation- al Bank We are going caroling !Dec. 19. Linda Stoll was chosen reporter and Olga Zebrun, see-, retary. 14 were present at this ,meeting Linda Stoll, Reporter. The AV Class of the Methodist Church will meet Tuesday, Dec. ! 19, at the home of Mrs. H. J.. Wible, with assisting hostesses: being Mrs. A. M. Park, Mrs. Ber- tha Jenner, Mrs. Anna Schroth. Members are to bring jewelry for the Langleyvillle Home. Please note change of date. JANE MYRICK CHOSEN WING DIVISION SPONSOR Miss Jane Myrick was chosen this semester as the 2100 Wing Division Sponsor of the University of Illinois Air Force ROTC pro- gram. In this capacity she serves as a sponsor to 1400 AFROTC men. Her rank is Lt. Colonel. She is also a member of Angel Flight, an organization whose girls serve as hostesses at all AFROTC functions. She is the Ad- ministrative Service Officer of An- gel Flight. Jane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Myrick, Sr., of this city. Iiumiliatiml: What we feel when we suddenly shrink to our normal dimensions. TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulmW IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, TURKEY DINNER KITCHEN BAND IS AT MOUNT AUBURN [ROLLING ALONG AT A Thanksgiving Day dinner iA DIZZY GAIT with turkey and all the trim-I The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band mings was served to 29 relatives at the Willis Ayers, Jr. and faro- I will entertain the Perfect Potato Chip employees and their spouses ily home in Mt. Auburn Those la t the Mezzanie Room of the De- present were: Patricia and Terry Ayers of Mt. i catur Club, Friday, Dec. 8, at 9:15 Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. RobertlPm" at their annual Christmas Ayers and children, Janice Kay, party. Members please meet at Danny and Jeffrey, Rosemary the Hilltop Bowl at 8 p.m. for Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erlen- transportation. a quartet from the and men's quartet from Mount Pulaski consisting of Haldon Bow, ers, Paul R. Moore, Dean Cates and Duane Turley. Housewarming At New Dannenberger Home Friends and former neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dannen. berger and sons Bruce and Mark, who lived on North Garden St. and recently moved to their new bush and children, Dennis Ray, t Saturday, Dec. 9 at 9 p.m. the home on North Marion St., gath, Mary Lou, Karen Sue, and Brenda  band will entertain the Brunk ered there Saturday night, Dec. Lea, Mr. and Mrs. Robert She-lHardware employees of Spring. 2, for a "housewarming" occas. horn and sons, Stephen and Dar- j field, at the Legion tlome in Tal- ion. rell, Mr. and Mrs Willis Ayers, St. I lula, for their Christmas party The group carried with them and son Lonnie, of Mt. Pulaski; i Members will meet at the Bowl ample provisions for a late lunch Mr. and Mrs. N E. Seller and, at 7 p.m. Sunda" e" ^-" .......... also a gift to be used in the new children, Rosella, Ronald, Garyl I- _ .y _vc,mg, .yc. v, rue home.. - Dan(l Will De part oI me program and Chris, of Taylorvllle [. The fono in, u,, noo.ont. M, ior the railroal auxiliary mere- - "'r ' ...... - .....  . .. aria .1 s lalpn lJlacgDurn, oI ix , _m ** ,..., l oers anu melt Iamlnes at their .... " .. n- M s Ro --" mr ana mrs. *-an umus ....... ocora; vir a a r . en I annual tnrlstmas party, to De , , i #r a -a Mrs C'har u h ld m the Odd Fellows Hall at Observe AnlMversaF Deeat,  * 7.aa ,m M,,h,,I Hlmes, Mr. and Mrs. Harold " " meet at''" 'tow'* ........... Haynes, Mr and Mrs Frank Pal- aver and Mrs taward Dittus  :'a tn Bo i .. "-.. "- .... ". ' " ' . : I more, ar. anu ars. tcoert tames, living near Route 121 two miles l The band will entertain for the ............ c " " ivtr. anti ivlrs. ay Leterle, lvlr. non.h of, Mount. Pulask!, observed t R.oyal Neighbors Christmas Party, land Mrs. Raymond Gee, Mr. and meir 6ran weaamg anniversary on [ Inursoay evening, Dec. la. I Mr _Tul c ,. _. , u -a Dec  1"'1 t "he  , ..... , .... ,a. oa,,, m. auu m,=. nu y, 6, o a t nome| Sunday afternoon, lov. 26, 21 L K Buckles Jr Mr and Mrs of their and daughter,[members of the band and fourivernnn voolur .q'tv'ana al! " Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Slagell, inl husbands, went on the Clark Cur-[Voelker, "ir"a-ncl-lVlls. 3tln lt Springeld. A delicious dinner was try bus, to Danville, where they is. " " : served in their honor. !entertained at the Veterans Hos- Others present beside the hon- ored guests were, Mr. and ,Mrs. Herbert Schaffenaeker, Miss Odessa Cullen and Edward Dittus were married Dee. 2, 1931, and have farmed all during their wedded life. NOTE OF THANKS I would like to take this oppor. tunity to thank all those who re- membered me with cards, gifts, visits and all other kind.nesses, while I was a patient for 41 days at St. Clara's hospital. Jesse Taylor. pita] They entertained over 130 of the men with half-hour pro- grams in three different build- ings there. The residents enjoyed the program and ask that they return. Wednesday evening, Dee. 6, they played for the Young Re- publicans in Lincoln at the Rec. Twenty members enjoyed a I turkey supper as guests of the Republicans, and their families, and then presented a half-hour program Others participating on the program were dance stu- dents from the Talent Workshop, TIN CAN BEAUTY Christmas decorations of almost unbelievable beauty, wh ich i have become a fascinating hobby of Mrs Harry J. Wible, are getting quite an audience. Friday she was a guest of the tIome Bureau Unit No. I, and yesterday appeared before the FHA at the high school. She re- cently displayed three tables of decorations at the Lincoln high school. i Oh, yes, we forgot. They were !made of shiny tin can lids. LffELI00SS AND LUXURY AT A LOW, LOW PRICE @ Never before such a team of totally new em! Sedans, hardtop, station wagons, even a convertible.., you name it, Chevy H has it. Nine models in all now in production. They're easy on the eyes, easy on the road and easy on your pocketbook. Two spunky engines, a four and a six (your choice in most models), purr along merrily on regular gas--and dam little of it, too. Thanks to Mono- IIIIIII Plate rear springs, the ride reminds you of the big Chev- rolet-and you know how smooth is. The space and cushy comfort inside put you in mind of big cars, too. But Chevy II parts company from anything else around when it comes to offering all these line features --at a sensible low price. Check your Chevrolet dealer and see for yourself. III II CHEVY H 300 4-DOOR S-SEAT STATION WAGON, Packs a whopping 76.2 cu. ft. of cargo. CHEVY II NOVA 400 CONVERT- IBLE. It's Chevrolet's newest and lowest priced convertible. CHEVY II 300 4-DOOR SEDAN. Chevy II's saving ways in a praeo tica| 6-passenger family model Now  .  look "em over and try one out! CHEVY H NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE. Handsome hardtop with top-of-the-line go and glamor--at a pleasin' kind of price. d " : A NEW WORLD OF WORTH--Chevrolet Chevy II Corvair Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet , - Book Club met on Monday , Dec. 4, at the home of Mrs. Hahn, South Vine St. 00TLOW Wilbur E. Stoll reviewed a pA book, "The Snake Has Lines," by Jean Kerr. she read the story, "The About Christmas," by Bet- Harris. The January & RUST MOTOR COMP/ LINCOLN, ILLINOIS i'ii '!?i