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(Mount  ) THURSDAY. JANUARY 19. f i MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mr. Vernon and attended funeral Mount PulaskL Illinois services for the formex's uncle, and entered as second JHarley Halbrooks. Dr. and Mrs. matter in the post office at J Maddox returned home Tuesday. Lt Pulasi, Illinois, Nov. 17, [ Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, under the Act of Congress Sr., were in Saybrook Tuesday 9, 1879. and visited his twin brother, Mr. .... HARRY J. WlBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subsoriptioas: Months ............................ 75c Months .................................. $1.25 Year ...................................... $2. JANUARY 1961 M T W T F S 1234567 8 9 70 : 12 1314 15 16 19 20 21 and Mrs. Henry Hassebrock. They celebrated their 68th birthdays to. gether. ---COTTON DRESSES BY SIM- PLICITY at $2.96 and $3_. Siz- es 10 to 20 mid 12Yz to 24. Buy one dress at regular price and get the seccxad rose for SOc, at Huston & Paolone Lacfles Apparel, Mr.  m. Sunday, Jan. 22, is the last Sunday that new Western Style Square dancers will be accepted in the present course being con- ducted at the Tomlinson Recre- ation Center. The course is be- ing conducted by Bruno Zeni of Decatur and this Sunday's lesson is the third one in the course of 10 lessons. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howe and daughter Sherry, returned Sunday to Spokane, Wash., after a 28 day leave spent with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe in Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Hahn of this city. 22232425262728 31 .... I HONOR ROLL AT FORK SCHOOL The honor roll and honorable mention list for the 3rd Six Weeks at the Lake Fork grade school is announced by Robert Gasaway, principal. A Averages:- 1st grade: Jane Ann Ridgeway, Julia Follis and Gene Chenoweth. 2nd grade: Rose Chenoweth and Loy Wahlsmth. 3rd grade: Judy Cardoni, Mar- go Lawber and Brad Welch. 4th: Linda Allspach. 6th: Kay Allspach and Kathy Welch. 7th: Bob Cardoni. 8th: Cheri Welch, Mary Phillips and Charlotte Bohn. B Averages:. Ist grade: David Allspach. 2nd: Jeriloe AIIspach, Sandra Lawber, BiIlie Moore, and Carol Baughman. 3rd: Brenda Baughman and Ada Moore. 4th: Alan Jacobs and Sandra Turner. 5th: IAnda Baughman, Marilyn Gill, Patty Creager and Gloria 1961 HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Earnest Easter and Guy Hatlleld made an auto trip, on Thursday, Jan. 12, to Hine's Vet- eran's Hospital near Chicago and brought Mr. Easter home. He had been a medical and surgical patient at Hine's since Oct. 26, 1960, and is greatly improved. Mrs. Edward O. Mayer was re- moved to St. Clara's hospital, in Lincoln, Thursday morning, Jan. 12, in the Schahl ambulance, for medical care. She was in the same hospital for a long period of time but returned to her home last spring. Mrs. Emma Drobisch was re- moved in the Schahl ambulance, Friday evening, to St. Clara's hospital for examination and medical attention. Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger was re- moved to ALM hospital, Sunday night in the Schahl ambulance, for medical treatment. Claud Win. Renner, former sex- ton at the Mt. Pulaski Cemetery for a many years, was admitted to the ALM hospital Friday, for medical attention. Mrs. Blanche Jarvis entered the ALM hospital Friday ada med- ical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Troll Turner, both of whom were medical patients for several days in the St. Clara's hospital, returned home Thurs- day of last week. Mrs. Ernest Criland, Cornland, was removed in the Schahl am- bulance, Wednesday, Jan. 11, to the ALM hospital for medical at- tention. Mrs. June Crawford was ad- mitted to St. Clara's hospital on Sunday, for surgery. Mrs. Fred Gaffney entered the ALM hospital Sunday, for medi- cal treatment. Mrs. Robert Rothwell, St., living west of the city, entered ALM hospital, Monday, as a medical patient. Abount two weeks ago Fred Holmes left by auto for Rochest- er, Minn., taking his sister, Mrs. Sam Sparks of Chester township and Dean Tibbs of Lincoln, who underwent surgery at the Mayo Clinic. Fred underwent a check- up and then went ice fishing with his cousin, Karl Tendick, who re- sides in Rochester. All returned to their Logan county homes Wednesday. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Claude Litterly, southwest of the city, re- home Saturday night from trip to Costa Mesa, Calif. they visited with their dau- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and sons Mark and Mrs. Litterly had been in west several weeks, but Mr. was there only a week, gone over into old Mexico short time. iMr. and Mrs. Noel Suedmeiez daughter Connie, of Lincoln, on Sunday with his par- Mr. and Mrs. George E. Red Cross Blood Bank for l was held in Lincoln on Jan. 13, and received 106 of blood. Recently, Mr. and Mrs. ROy of Atlanta, entertained following to a turkey dinner: . and Mrs, Robert Clark and of Kenney; Mr. and Mrs. and son Tim of Mr. and Mrs. Larry and son, Jeff of Bea- Mr. and Mrs. John Clements Lovington; Mr. and Mrs. Harve Mrs. Ruth Berry, Mr. Mrs. Leigh Berry and dau- Patricia, and Mamie of Mount Pulaski. Goldie Maske of Peoria in the city from Friday to at the home of her sister Scheuler and family. . also called on Mr. and Mrs. Dierker near Chestnut; Mr. Mrs. John Geyer, and Mr. Mrs. Otto Bandelow. Mr. and Mrs. A. Webber of De- were in the city Thursday week and visited MAss Hershey at her apartment building. 1[$ OFF Girl's dress. bT rate Greenaw ad Sizes 1 to 14. Many to choose from at Huston & lhmlone  Apparel ML nL and Mrs. Jim Koch spent afternoon in Girth with Hoods. Saturday even- attended the Greenville game played Sunday with Mr. Koch's par- Scheuler, daugh. and Mrs. Harold and Gary Shull, son of Mrs. Dick Shull, are with the Copper Coin of Springfield, in Can Can at the Symphony be held in the Leland Springfield, Saturday, Jan. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox of city, accompanied by his Mrs. Annie Maddox, of and his aunt, Mrs. Kate of Newman, went to Moore. 6th: Shirley Follis, Patsy Berry, Danny Phillips. 7th: Peggy Neal. Elevator operator: The only person who makes a success in running other people down. Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch, Sr., en- tered the ALM hospital Sunday for medical care. William Bertrang went to the ALM hospital Monday for medi- cal treatment. Sell it with a Classified Ad. IT'S GOOD BUSINESS TO PROTECT YOUR FUTURE PROHTS - - - EVEN YOUR FARM - - FROM BEING WIPED OUT BY LARGE ACCIDENT CLAIMS WITH MFA FARM LIABILITY- INSURANCE THERE IS DANGER ON YOUR FARM ANY SEASON OF THE YEAR As you know, you may be legally respons- ible for accidents that happen on your farm .. or for accidents caused by your family, farm animals or farm machinery. MFA FARM LIABILITY gives you broad protection against accident claims. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT EAL ESTATE ANCE Management N GENE B. HOWE W. Sclmffenacker MOUNT PULASK ILL Dial SW 2- coo  spangs stL R.R. 1 Ph. SW 2-5345 PULASiCL ILL. ! BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Call, r.r. 1, Mt. Pulaski, are parents of a son, born Wednesday, Jan. 11 in ALM hospital, Lincoln. 'In Memorial Hospital, Spring- field, Friday, Jan. 13, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dial, Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Riggs are parents of a daughter, born Sun. day, Jan. 15, in the Decatur and Macon County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Cornland are parents of a daugh- ter, born Friday, Dec. 30 at the Springfield Memorial hospital. Second daughter, she has been named Dawn Linn. Mr. and Mrs. William Ridge- way of Brighton, Colo. are par- ents of a daughter, born Monday, 16. She has been given the WILL CONDUCT CIVIL DEFENSE CLA A qualified instructor has bee obtained from the State Police conduct a class for Civil Def| Auxiliary Police. Mount Pulasl[ is in need of Civil Defense Aux Police. An organization meeti will be held Thursday eveninJ Jan. 26, at the City Hall at 7:0 Applications will be aceepte at this time. Anyone unable attend this first meeting can g an application blank by contact ing Clyde Shreve or Rich Mueller prior to the meeting. applications must be returned b1 Jan. 31. All Applicants Must Be 21 Years Of Age Or Over. Please consider the need fi this group and consider too in all: civil defense work you are NOT expected to appear for duty until name Debbie Jo. This is their sec- your family is taken care of. ond daughter. The mother is the Civil defense must have the former Nancy Goodpaster. cooperation of a city or it can- not function properly. Thank You... For your support of my candidacy for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE On the Republican Ticket I will appreciate your continued support FRANCIS H. MYRICK WE WILL BE CLOSED JANUARY 30 to FEBRUARY 14 Mount Pulaski Cleaners Mounf Pulaski, Illinois I I LAZY DOLLARS Will, Never Get You Off The Treadmilll Put them to work where they will earn you some leisure, in a savings account earn- ing good interest, in our bank. THERE IS NO SAFETY LIKE BANK SAFETY! FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois lqEs.i :lL