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JAN. 2, 1941 ,L 00APPENINGS .-"ARY CLUB W11J. 'T NEXT TUAY e first meeting for 1941 of !Mount Pulaski Library Club be held in the library rooms 30 p. m. TUesday, Jan. 7, the s.. to be Mrs. Paul E. Beid- H. B. Kent, Mrs. eorge and Mrs. Herbert Sti- "efs 1946 A program is being ar- reallze it'ed- t;hWl':;0J t WOMAN'S CLUB if is :i NEXT WEDNESDAY t J ._ ext meetin bf the Moun , up 'rn... s whicE  Junior Woman's Club will ,. jleld at the home of Miss Mary ns ne BUckles at 7'30 p m, Wed- aow rhea. . ur hves, y" Jan. 8, With Miss Judith old  u program chairman. Since te is to be no speaker, games II had be played, and prizes will be Idure. lented those with tl highest eigh- .'es. food, d be- BISTROS DINNER day T oF CITY - and Mrs. Uriah Tendick, nnCernour hg three miles west of Mount read taski, entertained a group of ttives and friends with a tur- " dinner on Christmas day. her waSme present were the farmer's slop other, Mrs. Minnie Tendick, Mr. ie knew Mrs. Edward Rentmeister )on be- of fhe MeOOLLUM, S nd we 0000'00LINTONIA ATBm  CLINTON day r-- r di- FRI.-SAT. JAN. 3-4 June DOUBLE FEATURE the ffHE WEAVER BROTHERS ,, af and Elviry in i,odi=* fdendly Neighbors' was i FEATURE NO. 2 ery i CHARLES STARRETT big  in add 00"The fi0010 I(iF' ,-four.  SUN.-MON. JAN 5-6 ;m of Corn gain pos- JIBT MlOtllt lTt I BALDWIN B)GAJI KDeigY W/TBI CATUTT THURS.-FRi. JAN 9-10 -SPONSORED BY THE PYTHIA SISTERS MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, IL|.I2OIS sons Dale and Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. George Rentmeister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rentmeister. Miss Fern Rentmeister (of Peoria,, Mr. and Mrs. John Bertsche and twins. Bernard and Bernadine. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Naugle and son Robert Mr. and Mrs. Donala Rentmeister. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Rentmeister, daughters Vi- vian and Doris, sons William and I Gary Lee, Delbert Shanle and Ce- i cil Tendick. CHRISTMAS DINNER IN HONOR OF 94th BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. VCeiden- bacher entertained ith a Christ- mas turkey dinner, the occasion honoring the 94th birthday anni- versary of his mother. Mrs. Ma- tilda W'eidenbacher. who was born in Mount Pulaski Dec. 25. 1846, and is the city's second to oldest native born citizen. The others present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weidenbacher of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Milner of Deca- tur; Miss Minnie Haas. of Cerro Gordo: and Mrs. Anna Cryan, a daughter who has lived with Mrs. Weidenbacher for many years. McVEY FAMILY ENJOYS CHRISAS REUNION At. their home on South Lafay- ette street Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Allen McVey entertained all the children at a goose dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter McVey and Lois Tutter. of Dixon; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc- Vey, of Bluffs: Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Rudolph and son Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pope, Miss No- retta McVey, of Springfield; Ed- ward and Orville McVey, at home; Mr. and Mrs. "William Ber-. Wang, daughters Jean and Betty, of Kenney vicinity. CHRLSTMAS DINNER AT ESSBFHER HOME Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wessbecher. sons Albert and Carl, living five miles east of the city, entertained a group of relatives and friends at a dinner on Christmas day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harm Westen, Jr., and son Robert, of Elkhart; Mrs. Chloe Sams, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sams and daughter Norma, of Kenney; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts, sons Don- ald and Ray, and Bernard Wess- becher of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitz of Mount Pulas- ki. RETURNS TO DENVER AFTER VISITING ,SONS Mrs. Rella Walter of Denver Colorado, who has been spending the Christmas season with her sons, Harry and DOnald Wible, and their families, and her brother OUR SERVICE WE TRY TO CARRY OUT THE WISHES OF THE FAM- ILIES WE SERVE. SERVICE SEDAN AMBULANCE SCHAHL Funeral Home Phone 236 MY' "t William D. Gibbs, left Monday on her return trip home. She will visit with friends in Galesburg and Macomb before she completes her trip. While here she spent a most enjoyable two days with a lifelong friend, of 46 years of un- interrupted friendship, Mrs. O. J. Richardson and husband, in Deca- tur. HERGET BABY WAS BAPTIZED SI'NDAY On Sunday, Dec. 29. the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Herget, living on route three. Gen- eseo. Illinois. was baptized at the regular morning service of St. John's Lutheran church in East Maline. by the pastor, Rev. O. Keyl. The baby wm named Har- old. and the sponsors were an aunt and uncle, Miss Norma L. Schahl and Wilbert H. Schahl, of Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Hergert w'a. formerly Miss Emma Schahl of this city. Local Events Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin, sons Jack and Robert. living southwest of the city, had as Christmas dinner guests, her fa- ther. James H. Shrader. and bro- ther Herschel Shrader. the latter of Lincoln. Mrs. Walter Greenfieid and son Jack are making a holiday visit in Morris with her parenL. Mr. and Mrs. VS. D. Lindsay, and will re- turn home Sunday. Mr. Green- field was there Christmas and New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schafer entertained with a Christmas day turkey dinner at their home on South Lafayette street, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Elza Meacl am. Mr. and Mrs. Iuis E. Schafer and daughter Miss :Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aughenbaugh, son Robert, and daughter Lela. all living between this city and Chest- nut. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meister en- tertained members of the Sten- nett family with a dinner on Christmas day at their home on East Cooke street. An exchange of gifts was featured. Those pre- sent were Mrs. Kate Stennett. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stennett. Mr. and Mrs. George Co]ton. Owen Sten- nett. Latham: Mrs. T h o m a s Hughes, St.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes, Mrs. Edgar Thompson, Sr.. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thompson, Jr. and daughter San- dra. Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. DeN mas Stennett. Mattoon; and the Meister children, Elmer, Jr., Mary K. and Elizabeth Ann. Miss Mary June Barnes return- ed last Thursday night to Kansas City, Mo.. fo]lowng a short Christ- mas visit with her mother. Mrs. Grace Curtis. Carieton Drake has returned home from Chillicotbe. Missouri. where he competed a course of study in the Chillicothe Business College, and is spending the holi- day season with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August C. Bartels. and uncle. Everett K. Brooker. John Hatfield departed Cb, rist- mas eve for Senora. Kentucky$ to make a holiday visit with his fa- ther. R. G. Hatfield, and other rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. ,Paul E. BeidIer spent Christmas afternoon in Springfield at the Palmer Sani- "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hogs Rendering & Fertilizer Company lincoln, Illinois Phone: IAneoln 886 and Revere Omrge torture with their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Earl Fry. , Harzy Van Hook of Chicago was a Clristmas day visitor at the home of his mother. Mrs. Ma- rie Van Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Mayer went to Chicago the day before Christmas and visited for a cou- ple of days with their son. Nor- man Mayer, and family. Miss Mabel Sams of Chicago came home the day before Christ- mas for a short holiday visit with her parent,, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Sams, east of the city. Miss Katherine Keil went to Springfield Christmas eve and vis- ited for a few days with her bro- ther Henry Keil, and wife. Vernon Harrison of Chicago vis- ited here Christmas day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry H. Harrison. Louis Weckel of Chicago arriv- ed here Christmas eve for a few days' holiday visit with his broth- er and sisters, Adam Weckel and Mrs. Thomas Wachter, living southeast of the city, Mrs. Thom- m Moore and Mrs. Merle Riedel, of Chestnut. Robert S. Aitchison of Chicago spent Christmas here with his parenL. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison. About 6:45 p. m. Saturday the fire department was called to St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church on South Lafayette street as a matter of protection on account of a flue burning out. Clarence TomItnson, living two miles east of city, was taken in the Schahl ambulance Tuesday morning to the Deaconess hospi- tal in Lincoln to receive medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles, daughter Mary Alice, and son Dee, had as Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schroth, Mr. and Mrs. Oran O. Scroggin and PAGE VEN Mrs. Laura Buckles. And in the evening they also entertained :M.r. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin, &one Jack and Robert, and James H. Shrader. Thomas Dooley of Latham de- parted from Mount Pulaski New Year's eve for St. Louis, Mo., to make a visit with relatives. Donald Goodpaster of Chicago visited here during the holidays with his parents, Mr. and , Ernest Goodpaster. NOTIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Stock- holders of the Farmers Grain Com- pany of Latham, Illinois, will be held at the office of the Company on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1941, at 1:30 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of electing two directors for a term of three years each and the transaction of such business as may legally come before the meeting. G. W. Steging, Secretary. THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING The 371h Annual Meeting of the Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain and Elevator Company will be held in the City Halt in Mount Pulkl, Illinois, at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday, January 15, 1941. There will be an election of Three Directors for the term of 3 years. The annual re- ort of the year's business will be given, and any other busine to come before the meeting will be trarsacted, Mount mki Fmlmers Grain and Elevator Company O. E. Martin, Secretary G00.0066 SHEETS FUNERAL HOME ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN HUCH Phone 263 LET US CHECK IT for WINTER DRIVING Or if you had it checked earlier in the season--let us re-check it so that you will be assured quick starting and effi- cient operation when winter really breaks loose. BRING YOUR CAR Into a garage that is as warm as your own home your motor will appreciate it and so will you. A GREASE JOB With every working part of your car thoroughly warmed, will give you the maximum, benefit of every bit of grease "hot" into your car. BROOKER FARM SALES OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY MORNINGS PHONE 21 MOUNT PU