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Mrs. Mr. g a tome were sons Mr, agb. also hin- and nell, sis- and of at rion [ Ford ay, Rie - far- and vest At their home in Decatur on Dec. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Small- wood entertained a company of relatives at dinner in honor of the birthday anniversary of her neph- ew, Jack Scroggin, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin, sons Jack and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Oran O. Scroggin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schroth, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles, daughter Mary Alice, and son Dee, all of Mount Pulaski. Bernard Wittrock, student in Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., is spending the holiday vaca- tion in the city with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. Wittrock. Miss Mabel Stennett departe Monday for Washington, D. C., to resume her government work fol- lowing a holiday visit near La- tham With her sister, Miss Gret- chen Stennett. A son was born Monday, Dec. 30, in the Deaconess hospital, Lin- coln, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sny- der, who live four miles northwest of Mount Pulaski. William Arnold came home the Tirst of the week from Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, where he was a Fifty Years Of Happy Wedded Life Schahl funeral home after spend- ing the past six weeks near Gene- seo with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Herget, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogelsang returned Tuesday from Peoria fol- lowing a week&apos;s holiday visit with her sister, Mrs. Stephen Worley. Miss Lucille Grathwohl of Springfield visited from Monday to New Year's day near Chestnut with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grathwohl, and in this city with her sister, Mrs. Ben Holmes. Mrs. FlOrence Pinney and son George, who live in the Times- News apartment building, enter- tained at dinner on New Year's day her brother, Clarence Van De- renter, Jr., and wife, of Decatur, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Aitch- isom AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Corresponden ! Rev. Doolen and family spent Christmas day in Decatur. Mr. and Irs. Ross Rau passed the evening at H. Heiserrnans. H a r r y ;Johnston and family spent the holiday with his parents ner all- Miss Janet Scott, both of Oak Park, which occurred in the Metl- odist church in that Chicago sub- Urb on Monday, Dec. 23. Eugene Laughery of Ckicago made a shoot visit in Mount Pu- laski the day after Christmas wnile on his way to St. Louis, Mo., to attend the convention of the So- ciety of American Bacteriologist, representing the Corn Products "Refining Co., where he is employ- ecL Mrs. Laughery, who had ar- rived to make a brief visit west of the city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, return- ed to Chicago With him Sunday. Mrs. Alva Craeger and daughter Miss Madonna returned home Monday from Mattoon following holiday visit with her older daugh- ter, Mrs. j. N. Hardwick, and family. Mr. and Mrs. ottlieb F. Schah] visited near Geneseo Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Herget, and family. They were accompanied on the auto trip by their son, Wilbert H. Schahl. Miss Anna Mattingly, who spent a number of weeks in St. Francis hospital, Peoria, wants to thank the many friends who remember- ed her during the Christmas sea- son with gifts and greeting cards which she greatly appreciates. Mr. and rZ4Ls. Charles M. Silkey, of Decatur,. were Christmas day guests of their daughter, Mrs. H. V. Wynd, and family, During the Christmas season Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbartt en- tertained a group of relatives and friends with a dEfiner at their home on South Washington street. Those present were Mrs. Wood, row Mattingly, Mr. and Mrs. Lou- is Doty and son Billy, of Indian. apolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Turner and daughter Carol, of Chicago; Mrs. Corey Turner and son Roy Allen, Mrs. Verna Pat- terson and son Harold Dean, of Beecher City; Mrs. Mary Hub- medical patient for a number of at Harristown. days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buck!as of this c;fy celebrated their golden Mr. and Mrs. lenn Rau spent wedding anniversary at their home here Sunday wlth immedafe re]- Christmas with relatives in Far- Mrs. J. Will Smith returned af;ves presenf, and wlfh open house for fhe;r friends on New Year': mer City. home recently from a short hal- Jay. daY visit in Oak Park with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ahrensfeld. She Shaved Groom on Wedding Day and SO Yrs. Lafea went to attend the wedding of her grandson, Howard W. Smith, and F. 00,00sU00CE OF aLL KINDS A rafh.r unusua sldehqhf ,n connection wfh fhe qolden wed- dlnq anniversary of Roberf Buckles and wife was fhe facf fhat L. F. Weidenbacher, veferan barber, who performed fhe fonsoriat prep- arafions for fhe nervous groom when he was qeffina spruced up fo nmarry Miss Sadie Downinq, again did his parr in making ' Bob" look as younq as possible on his half-cenfury anniversary. bardt, Miss Anna Mattingly, and give in the information, which the the Hubbartt cl.ildren, Jerry and paper is always anxious to get. Janet Lee. In preparing for this edition of the Times-News all the holiday items possible were obtained, and we wish to thank everyone b'ho !either sent in or telephoned news. Many interesting Christmas time dinners and visitors will be miss- <i because the people failed to Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fuhrer, sons Dale and Paul, arrived home Monday from an auto trip to the southern states, spending one day , in New Orleans. They departed Christmas evening on their jour- ney. Miss Norma L. Schahl will be on duty again Monday at the HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway Lincoln, Iil. Phone 1062 Rev. L. L. Miller of lormal Anti-saloon League field worker called here Fridesy. L. B. Holloway and family o] Findlay are visiting in the ham of Linn Rau during the holiday va- cation. Marion Alsup was a dinner guest Christmas day at his uncle's Chas. Alsups, and a supper guest of his sister, Dorothy. Henry Davis and family are staying at Mr. Stoffers while they are visiting in Michigan. Spring-like weather prevails-- rain, mist and foggy days. Mill- ers were flying Christmas evening, fish worm and moles working like springtime. Mr. and Mrs. Chancy Myers spent Christmas with her father, J. T. Shepherd, norm of Kenney, and the evening with H. Kerwood. Alonzo Hurtt and family are visiting in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. V. Hetzler arrived here at 6:30 Saturday evening i (ii !ii !from Sulphur, Okla., for They came the southern through Tennessee and visited King Mounds. ancient at Wlckliffe, Ky. Forty-seven present for school. The Christmas program Tuesday night was well Santa was present with treats of candy and apples. A tree blinker lights attracted much tention. The Harmony Home Bureau it met Dec. 16 with Mrs. Zorg Voile, with Mrs. A. Lfllich tant hostess, for a pot-luck per. Thirteen members and families were present. The lar meeting was held. Mrs. eft Hayes gave the minor on Cake Icing,' Miss Charlene; McDonald, Home Adviser, the major project, 'Six Gulde a Well Designed Dress.' and used a model to demonstrate the ent points of the lesson. The health paper was read by Ml. $. Johnston. Mrs. Eaxnest Blake- man had charge of the recreatio All enjoyed a gift exchange. Mrs. Albert Lillicb is publicty chair* man of the unit. GOOD FARM PRICE IS BEST IN 10 Y'EAP Prices for good farm land in gan county are the highest in tea years according to Zelle and ltrdt. This indicates good land prices are some $20 to higher per acre than the] months ago. Prices on common fair land are at a standstllll0 with but a few exception.. The de- mand for good land xlay is a, counted for by the feeling of tile past by many people that land a safe investment. In the last 90 days the firm sold a 240 acre fa for $28,000, a 160 acre farm $25,000, a 160 acre farm for 010 and a 480 acre farm for 400. (]OFF FUNERAL HOME "'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 .LL 7"-,LL, - t tal you, and all of our good friends in this community for their confidence and cooper- ation in 1940. pll oursdves to con- tinuc our policy of providing helpful services, geared to your needs, during 1941. WE WILL WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO $IRVI YOU The First National Bank Mount Pulaski, Illinoi,