Newspaper Archive of
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
January 26, 1961     Times
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 26, 1961

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

ice MRS. DENZIL ERLENBUSH was honored a' a bridal shower, Friday evening, Jan. 20, at the Amercian Legion Home. Mrs. Er!e.ubush is the former Martha Gurley of Wilmington, Ill. The wedding took place Dec. 31, 1960, at the Baptist Church parsonage in Wilmington.--Times-Nexs Photo. ifdR& EMsRSON HORN has every reason to look happy in this picture. She has just been pre- sented With a brand new RCA 23.inch tele- vision set by the makers of Crane Potato Chips Mrs. Horn came th closest to guessing the nUmber of entries that would be made in the contest. She picked up her entry blank at the Kennedy Superway. Charles Lyon, Crane pres- idem, made the presentation with Tom Ken- nedy, a Brothers of the Brush addict, smiling his approval. He received a radio.--Timcs-N. WIle SKID MONEY DIDN'T GROW ON TREES? It wasn't John Curtis or his wife, Naomi, who Said that for they know better. John, whmre- tires as custodian of the Mount Pulaski Cons. Grade School next month, after 29 years, was PrelJted With this Money-Tree at a banquet held at The Mill in Springfield, on Wednesday evening of last week by the faculty of the school. A re-enactment of "This is Your Life", brought out many "skeletons" in John's life. --Times-News Photo. MRS. ROBERT IRWIN, the former Nancy French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis French, R.R. Mount Pulaski, was married Sunday, Jan. 22, 1961, at 4 p.m., in the Zion Lutheran Church. The groom is the .n of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Irwin, of Beason, Ill. SCENE IN AN IRANIAN ORPHANAGE J This picture appeared in Tehraus leading Persian News- paper "Etalat," on Jan. 7. This Is the Orphanage No. 4 that re- ceived the gifts from the Mt. Pulaski Never.Grow-Old ladies sent to Mrs. Graham Eddy, dau- ghter of Mrs. Rell Beidler. There are 6 rooms of these babies at No. 4--this hoom shown is of a pretty healthy lot. Every" Tues. at 9:30 A.M. a group of American and Iranian women have the Abraham Lin- coln Library on Saba St. to go to the Tehrau Orphanages, The babies are given toys, gifts, fruit juices, ziverbach and love. In this picture Mrs. Graham Eddy, wife of Mr. Graham Eddy, Point Four Officer; Mrs. Williams, wife of Kenneth Williams, USIS; and Mrs. Irandokht, wife of Dr, Modarresi, are seen in the Boniad Orphanage No. 4. Iranian women, who would like to co.operate with this group are invited to join the group at the Abraham Lincoln Library on Tuesdays. !