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3: You'll Be A POPU LAR SANTA When You Pick Her Gift at & Paolone Apparel /'7', SELECTION OF  SKIRTS and SWEATERS PURSES  ALWAYS POPULAR GIFTS l LINGERIE... Strictly Feminine Items certain to Thrill Any Woman. Let us help you select from S h e'll Lov e our large collections J E W E L R Y O,EN EVENINGS  CHRISTMAS ilLWrappincj j Huston & Paolone APPAREL WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS CLUB NOTES The DW Club met Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 13, in the home of Mrs. Edward Ruwe, west of the city for their annual Christmas party. Pinochle was played and prizes won by Mrs. Ed Schroth, Mrs. Karl Dittus, Mrs. Albert Horn and Mrs. Walter Schroeder. The next meeting will be Jan. 10, at 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Sehroeder. The Service Mothers of World War II, will meet Friday, Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Georgia Lanterman on South Washington St., when the annual Christmas party will be featured. Instead of an exchange of gifts, each member will give 50c for the treasury. Mrs. Herbert Shell- hammer will be co-hostess. Because of the heavy snowfall Monday night and Tuesday morn- ing the Music Unit of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club did not meet in the home of Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger in Chestnut. The meet- ing for December will not be held. CHRISTMAS CAROLS WERE SUNG TO SHUT-INS, MONDAY Dan McNabb and a group from the township high school, were out on Monday evening singing Christmas Carols to the shut-ins of our city. With the snow falling on them they looked like the carolers you see on Christmas cards. This was a lovely gesture and made many people very happy. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER AND PROGRAM DEC. 17th The annual Christmas Dinner and Program was held at noon Sunday, Dec. 17, in the parish hall of St. Thomas Aquinas Cath- olic Church. After the dimmr the childrer of the parish gave an interesting Christmas program under the di- rection of Mrs. Darrell Knauer after which Santa Claus arrived with treats for the children. This was the first Christmas party to be held in the new chur- ch building. CHRISTIAN LADLES" AID SOCIETY ELECTED OFFICERS The members of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian Church met in the parsonage on Thursday, Dec. 7, with Mrs. Paul Burdick. The co-hostess was Mrs. Sidney Lee. Instead of having an exchange of gifts at this annual Christmas meeting and party, the members gave contributions of cash to the building fund. At the business meeting all officers were re.elected: President, Mrs. Ellis C. Downing Vice President: Mrs. Sidney Lee 2nd Vice President: Mrs. Robert E. Buckles. Secretary: Mrs. David Hawk. Treasurer: Mrs. Clarence Un- land. MENTOR GRAHAM UNIT TO MEET The Mentor Graham Unit of the Abraham Lincoln Hospital Aux- iliary, met Tuesday, Dec. 12 at the St. John's Lutheran Church with nine members present. 144 Christmas tray favors were com. pleted. ! Two and one-half dozen dish towels were prepared for hem- ming. $2.00 was sent to the area activities program chairman for gifts for the Christmas party at the nursing home. Five unit members will help with the Blood Bank on March 8, 1962, in Lincoln. A group of mem- bers toured Norman's Laundry in Decatur, Dec. 6th. Those making the tour were: Mesdames Karl Dittus, Elmer Schaffenacker, Her- man Wood, L. K. Buckles, Sr., Scott Fellows, Albert Horn, Ray- mond Hertzfeldt, Walter Baker, Normal Schahl, Walter Schroeder, Gus Luebke, Katherine Curtis, and Miss Pearl Dickson. MOORE'S DINER will be cIos at 4 p.m. Sund, Dec. 4th, and All-Day Christmas Day. --Sat.h Pads at 11meNows. go out to all our /'- " friends and patrons for a bright and cheerful Holiday Season. SULLIVAN'S -r DONUT SHO Paul Moore mSUIIANCE May yours Ix a Holiday Season of trcside warmth and old-(ashioned good cheer. ii