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MOUNT PUIJ_SKI TIMES-NEWS |ten, Everett and Shewall, 1...raend Mount Pulaski, Illinois  _Mrs. Harold Holmes aria .c.nUTaen s, Published and entered as second .Ricky .and Robyn, ot_Lwae _- ..... _ ___, A,.^ t / Dugg; Mr. ana mrs. taeroerL xtvy- class matter In me ptt oule = t - '-'--- '-aron and Mount PUlasi, Illinois, Nov. 17,| er. anu cml.aren,  d Mrs the187Act of Congress[/"n'n'nny" ),mes nemuL r ' ':ll.nt"n;'-M'r:'ar 1930, under and 9, 9. O. . ttO , , on March | Mrs Wright spent the week end HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Tezms of Subscriptions: Three Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.25 One Year ...................................... $,,.50 PubIished Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS" Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn D. Leek- bee, living east of the city, serv- ed duck dinner New Year's night, to the following: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sams. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry sams and daughter Debbie. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pugsley and family of Rochester, N. Y., made a holiday visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Guffey, and, her sisters, Mrs. Harold Haynes aaad Mrs. Merle Lucas and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards spent the Christmas holidays with her sistert Mrs. Charles Austin and family, in Metropolis, and at Puplar Bluffs, Mo., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Rags- dale They returned home Fri- day evening Guests of Mrs. Mino Thorp on Wednesday afternoon of last week for a get-together, were: Mesdames Harry Downing, Ennis Downing, C. M. Merriman, G. A( Volle and H. J. Wible. from Mt. Pulaski Lincoln guests were Mes- dames Fred Lauer, Harold Park- er, Ralph Kerrigan, and George Stoll. Mrs. Russell Miles of Chicago spent part of the holidays with her sisters, Mrs. John T. Down- ing, Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch, Sr., Mrs. Glen McCarthy and Miss Frances Vetter. Bert From. Jr.. is the new pro. prietor of the Standard Service Station em Route 121. Hours: 6:30 am. to 10:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs John Hesley and children of Alton, visited at Christmas time with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Yocum and children, Maril)m and Edward They were accompanied home by Marilyn who remained there until Thursday, when she went to Jerseyville and visited other relatives, and where she was met by her parents and brother All returned to Mount Pulaski on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Hook and children entertained a group . ]New Year's Eve and for din- ner on the first day of 1961 Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wi|bur Roos, and children, Janet and Billy, and about 10 of their friends from Galesburg; Mrs. Marie Van Hook and daughter, Miss Mildred, Mrs. Grace Curtis, and Win. F. Binder. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keck and children, Julia, Jeff and Kathy, returned to their home in Normal on Sunday, following a visit thru the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck "and sister, Mrs. Lee Taylor and faro- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinert and children, Cindy and Tommy, of Crane, Ind. spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manes and his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. And- erson,and also his mother, Mrs. Floyd Kinert of Elyria, Ohio, who was visiting her parent here. They left Monday for home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilham, left last Wednesday, Dec. 28th, on an auto trip to Key West, Fla. Bert Fraim, Jr, Standard Set- , vice StaUon, Route 121, features car wind,trig and gremfing at nmsonoJble prices. The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Logan County Fair Ass'n. has been called for Saturday, Jan. 14, at 2:30 pm. in the court house, Lincoln., for the I purpose of electing three direct-i ors for 3-year terms, and for re- c!iving annual reports. I A turkey dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmds of Chestnut, on Christmas Day. Those present were Mr. and Irs. John Wright of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes and child- in the Holmes home. Miss Sharyn Lynn Troyer of Clinton, spent a few of the holi- days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Holmes, in Warrensburg. Mrs. Rena Davis and daughter, Mary Jane of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Davis and children, Betty, Darrell and Dale of the Beason community, en- joyed New Year's Eve dinner at the Redwood near Decatur, on Saturday. Johnny Troyer of Clinton, spent part of the holiday season with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmes, in Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes spent the New Year's holidays with .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Black- burn and family in Rockford, and with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Werntz and family in Freeport. Mr. and M[s. Harold Holmes and children Ricky and Robyn, of Warensburg; and, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmes of Chestnut, spent Monday, Dec. 26, with Mr. and] Mrs. S. O. Southern in Chestnut, I the occasion being Mrs South-/ ' a " I ern s birthd y. ] On December 26th, Mrs. A. H.I Hahn entertained the following] relatives to a turkey dinner, at] her home on North Garden St. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn and children, Richard, Suzanne, War- ren and Sheila, of Urbana; Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick and sons, William, James and Mark, and Miss Lottie Hahn. of Mt. Pul- aski. A gift exchange was also enjoyed. Mrs. Chloe Robson and son Gil- bert, who have been staying with Mr. and Mrs. William F. Stoll, east of the city, spent Christmas and New Year's holidays with the former's son, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Robson and two sons, in Fair- field. They returned to Mt. Pul- aski Tuesday. John Bates, Sr., of Lincoln, stayed with the Stolls while they were gone. A turkey dinner was served on Christmas Day at the home of M and Mrs. Everett Streenz and children, Kim and Penni. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Erwin C. Streenz (parents of the host), and Mr. and Mrs. "Ted" Streenz and children, Mike, Carla and Jeff, of Downs, Ill., and Sandy Emery, who was home for Christmas va- cation from the U. of I. Stop in and see Bert Frea. Jr. at Standard Service Station, Rte. 121. Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes and children, Everett and Shewan, and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmes of Chestnut, were recent visitors in Moweaqua. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Streenz and children, Kim and Penni had as their guests on Christmas Eve, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Emery and daughter Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. John Culp and children, Renee Sue and Craig William' of Mt. Pulaski and Janet Emery of Springfield. A chicken supper was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holmes of Chestnut, spent Monday, and en- joyed, a birthday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes in War- rensburg. The occasion observed Ricky Holmes' 5th birthday Miss Dorothy Curtis left Mon- day for Colorado Springs, Colo., following a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler and children were in Lincoln New Year's Day and attended a Gass family reunion held at the Veter- ans' of Foreign Wars home. They also visited in the afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dehner. The Misses Carol and Phyllis Biesemeier, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Biesemeier, left the first of the week to resume their studies at Valparaiso (Indiana) University, after spending the holidays with their parents. The Kenney IOOF Lodge was host to an open district meeting in their meeting hall, Wednesday evening, Jan. 4. Following a pot- luck supper at 6:30 p.m. 11 Ken- ney Odd Fellows were presented with jewel awards in recognition of years of membership. Dist. No. 59 is new and is composed of lodges in Kenney, Clinton, De. catur, Mt. Zion, Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln. Several from the local lodge attended the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich re- turned home New Year's Eve from a holiday visit with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Frede Froehlich and children, in Ellicott City, Mary- land. They witnessed the christen- ing of Fred III. Mrs. Herbert Holz was a New Year's Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Fossan and daughter, who live on her farm north of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Talmage returned home Tuesday from St. Charles, Mo, where they visited during the holidays with her sis- ter, Mrs. E. S. Ordelheide and family. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Bock and children, of Stronghurst, Ill., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller. Joyce Ann Duncan, of Decatur $$$$$$$$ HOWP WHEREP WILL YOUR FAMILY LIVE IF YOUR HOME IS DESTROYED OR DAMAGED Eating in restaurants and living in hotels dan not only unbalance the budget, the extra expense can wreck  it. MFA HOMEOWNERS POLICY FIRE - LIABILITY - THEFT in one, low-cost package HELPS PAY THE EXTRA COST OF LIVING UNTIL YOU ARE SETTLED SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT GENE B. HOWE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. R. R. 1 Ph. SW 2-5345 spent part of e tion, with her grand apd Mrs. Perry Hil!i city. Mr. and Mrs. Itollo vaca- trents, Mr. in this Station  Route 121.'Hours: 6:30 m. to 10:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kemmer, well known Mount Pulaskians, hivelv en- . joyed the holiday zonan(ll ." .  quietly observed their 59th wed- California. They >Tutaon, l)lg anni.:ersary on Christmas Ariz., where the t Christ-/ y, Dec. 2oth. mas with his and Mrs I Mrs. Vincent Sheehan of Lath- Wayne Stewart ad Their hme'received, TM Wednesday of ar - , ueam oi her aHI1 . daughter zl galet n Shweiy,/Smi t, Mrs Virgie ' o Ca" "   th 82 of Clee . of San Dieg , q. drve to rue-  : , ' land Ohio. son and spent 'rist2?a. as there. I arouna noon. She was a eatlet also Mr and 5111. Shim'ely made ]x'itor in. Latham. Mrs Shee]lan - anu aaughter Carol ,n e the trip to San Nego with their Ida-,  .... ' Y . 1 ft Thurs- . .... r, ter and ,,, unt; ,, |,,,> tooa3.) to attend the funeral day, Jan 1 wlthher They flew/dav 'ces' U hlch v, lll be held Fri- an " " aternoon in Cleve . home by jet pl !  . land -a turkey din. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles obIr. and Mrs. lewis Leimbael served a turkey dinner at Christ- o tnesmut serva - - ner on Christina Day to their mas-time to a group of relatives. sons and their fallilies: Mr and Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. ..... John Palm and son Stteven, of I Mrs. Cletus Lernch and child- ren, Joy and Miqael ' of Indian- Chicago; Mrs. Jennie Smallwood apolis. Ind; .anger ' and Mrs. Clifford Leimoaeland children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroth and Delores, Debra l Danny, of Chestnut. i n B:  t Ptel d;;r? nd exn:r d :y I lali N.ormaL nx, yeqanes ,,,ere in t.nlca, ; '  Eve, and on Sunday. Bert Fraim, Jr. he new pro- prietor of the Sl-ar d Service of Decatur; Oran O. Scroggin, 92 year old father of Mrs. Buckles, son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dittus and children, Lynne, Ro- bert, and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Buckles and childre, Crystal, Stanley. and Stephanie. Bert Fraim, Jr, Standard Ser. vke Station, Route 121, features car washing and greasing at reasonable prices, IU'VE TRIED THE RE I 10W CALL THE BEST I LA_N00OLT'S UPHOLSTERY Mount Puma Ill Ph I Tlrnk You Since le taken over the Standard Serviction in Kenney, Illinois I wish ank the people of Mount Pulaski, Community for their fine patron|while I was operating the Stand,/a/ion on Route 121. I BILL McCAIN i'e Are No In any amount account is'welcome. FIRS00TIONAL BANK Pulaski. Illinois i