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(Mmmt PulaskL nL) THURSDAY, JANUAI li, 1961 PULKSKI TDMS-NEWS Decatur, Jan. 29, 1902. They liv- Mount lLttmfltL Illinois led near Ada, Minn. for five years, )i lshed and entered as second] then returned to Mount Pulaski matter in the post office at ! area and farmed until 1922, when at Pulasi, Illinois, Nov. 17, I they moved to the present home I under the Act of Conress[ in the city. Mr. Curtis operated i mh 9 1879 -- |the Curtis Oil Station at the ____L__' --' | northeast corner of the square un- HKIY L WIBLK ! til his retirement several years F.dito and Publisher ago. Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c $15 Year........ .............................. ,$2.50 Every Thtusday 1961 F S 6 7 24 25 26 27 28 LOC00,L NEWS RIll: Mis$ Sudy Ingham, of Green- \\;Vtw, visited in the city at holi- E.I;  time with her grandmother  clarence Bowers. i;.  Sarah Jane Dehner of Lincoln ? Vlsi here Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Bill Wheeler i family. John Roach, now of Winter Fla., arrived in Spring- on a business miss- to visit her aunt Mrs. Both were in Mr. Saturday. Mrs. Roach is Ruth Stcnnett of the vicinity. She lived in before moving to TABLES, 49c, SI.00 HUSTON & PAOLONE STORE, MT. PULASKI, OIS. Bill Phillips of Peoria was in on business, Thursday week. While here he met number of old .friends. He son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl , residents of Lincoln for] years, but formerly of the] !ork vicinity. 7ARY CLEARANCE SALE:I find lots of bargains at Men's and Ladies" Stores. & PAOLONE, Mr. PUL- ILL. Emma Stratton returned recently from Monticello, ishe made a holiday visit her daughter, Mrs. Eugene land family. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Con- and children, North Vine a dinner Sunday to a i of relatives, as follows: - Mr. and Mrs. Eugene city; Mr. and Mrs. and family Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I the Latham vicinity. Norman Mayer, of Elm- in the city during holiday season, with Mrs. Anna Eddy and Mrs. Edward O. mad Mrs. Karl Tendick of Minn., were holiday in the home of his , :Mr. and Mrs. Uriah other relatives. friends and relatives Mrs. Shelby E. Curtis, St., are reminded observe their 59th y Sunday, Jan. Mr. Curtis and Miss both born in Mr. i vicinity, were married in ---SPECIAL PRICE ON ALL BUT- TONS AT HUSTON & PAOLONE LADIES STORE, Mt. Pulaski, IlL Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, Jr., and son, David, residing north of the city, made an ll-day vacation trip at holiday time to Mesa, Ariz. where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, Sr., who are spending the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing and daughter Janet, and Roberta Ridgeway, spent the Christmas Holidays in Denver, Colo., visiting the former's son, Roy, who has been stationed there in the Air Force. They returned home last Thursday. Roy accompanied them home for a three weeks visit. He is being transferred to Olando, Florida. Mrs. Art Miller has moved from Springfield to the C. W. $359.95 VALUE $249.95 And Old Set at TAHL'S Rothwell building apartment. When you stop to think about it, and concerning the weather in Mount Pulaski, there has been snow on the ground ever since the first light snow on Thursday, j:)ec. 7, followed by a real big snow storm Sunday morning, Dec. 10. By Sunday, Jan. 8, much of the snow had disappeared, lear- ing some of it and accompany- hag ice, to remind us that spring is far from being "just around the cornel'." --SPECIAL PRICE ON ALL Men's msd Boys" swwte s.ks, sport shirts, etc., at HUSTON & PAO. LONE MEN'S & BOFS STORE, Mr. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Hook and family and Mrs. Grace Van Hook, of Decatur, were Sunday callers on Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth. MOTHER OF JOHN D. BIESEMEIER DIED AT MOORLAND, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Biesemeier visited in Moorland, Iowa during part of the holidays with his mo- ther, Mrs. Selma Biesemeier. They received word Thursday after- noon, Jan: 5, 1961, that his mo- ther had passed away suddenly at 3:30 pan., and they left im- mediately for Moorland. She had been in failing health for six months. Her age was over 80 years. Decedent was born Oct. 9, 1880 near Stettin, Germany, and when one-year-old came to the United States with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kurth, who located at Lena, in Northern Ill- inois. In 1899 she married John Biesemeier and they moved to a farm near Moorland, Iowa. Her husband died Aug. 30, 1916. She left the farm in 1927 and moved into Moorland, where she was a Clearance Sale of Childrens'. Ladies'. Men's SHOES OFF DRESSES OFF SLIM JIMS OFF SWEATERS OFF CHILDRENS & LADIES GLOVES OFF MEN'S LEATHER GLOVES OFF WOOL & NYLON BLANKETS Douds' Clothing and Shoes "Follow The Crowds To Douds  MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS a ii j WHEN YOU ARE SICK NO PRICE IS TOO HIGH TO PAY FOR GOOD HOSPITAL CARE BUT, YOU CAN CUT THE COST WITH MFA HOSPITAL ,-SURGICAL INSURANCE No one counts the cost when you need hospital care. But, the cost of hospital care has nearly doubled in the past ten years. And, the cost of physicians care, surgeons' fees, prescriptions and miracle drugs have gone up almost as much. Safeguard your savings and your future security now. Buy MFA Hospilal and Surgical Insurance. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT GENE B. HOWE MOUNT PUSKL R. R. 1  SW 2-S15 member of the Union Congrega- tional Church. Mrs. Biesemeier is survived by three sons, Raymond H., ol Moor- land, Iowa; John D., of Mount Pulaski, Ill.; and Glen C., of Win- field, Kans.; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Biesemeier and Mrs. Martha Bing, of Freeport, Ill.; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Jan. 7, at 3 p.m. in the Congregational Church in Moor- land, with the Rev. Paul Dowty in charge. The remains were later taken to Lena, Ill., where a second ser- vice was held Monday, Jan. 9, at 2 p.m. in the Leaman Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Mar- quardt officiating. Interment was in the Lena Burial Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Biesemeier returned to their home in Mount Pulaski on Monday night. His mother was known to a number of local folks, having visited in the citydurin*heyea ! HOSPITAL NEW: Wallace Kautz, Sr., was admitt- } ed as a surgical patient, to the i Memorial Hospital in Springfield, on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Grace Clifton was remov- ed to ALM hospital, Tuesday aft- ernoon by Miss Norma Schahl, for examination and medical care. NOTICE APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED Applicauons will be accepted for Janitor's position at the Chest- nut Consolidated Grade School District 10. Application forms may be obtained from the Sec- retary, Clifford Leimbach, at the Bank of Chestnut. Board inter- views will follow. The position will be open as of March 15th, 1961. All applications must be filed with the Secretary by February 1st. 1961. Salary will de- pend on skills and qualifications. Clifford Leimbach, it Will Pay You To Pay Us To give your car a Mid-Winter Checkup and further assure you of first-rate performance from your car the rest of the winter season. DRIVE IN NOW WHILE WEATHER IS FAVORABLE HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski. IlL You Can Lessen The "BITE" by keeping an up-to-date record of every de- ductible expense. But be sure you can back them up with good evidence such as a can- celled check. if you don't pay by check, for your own pro- tection you would be wise to do so before an- other week goes by. In any amount your ac- count is welcome. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois iiii ii ii i iii i i i i