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nll$i - i i i (MouBt  XIL) THURSDAY. FE__.IUARY 2. 1961 CLUB-- (Continued from page 1) interest with her storehouse information and beautiful Elmer Schaffenacker, club will have charge of the meeting. annual Abraham Lincoln Tea will be a feature of the after- February hostesses are:- Harry Downing, chairman; Otto Ey, Oscar Beaver, Herbert Holz, C. M. Merriman, W. Neuschafer, Katherine Alvin Geyer, Joseph Morrell Deibert, Ennis A. Grace Couch, Louis E. Arthur M. Park, Frank Lillian Weelfel, Theo- Aderman, Elizabeth Volle Roos, Misses Clara Sey- Marie Sams. CLUB BACff LEGION HOME The Rotary Club moved back stamping grounds to- at the American Legion to Mrs. Wilbert Yagow be. forced by ill-health to give b serving the club at their noon- r luncheon they moved in Nov- to the Methodist church, they were served and held Herloph Sather, who has engaged by the Legion to management of the Home resume serving for various and groups. FOR BRIDE miscellaneous shower was Wednesday evening of this at the home of Mrs. Glen in honor of Mrs. Edward Jr. There were about 30 present decorations were of the theme, using the col. and white. besides Mrs. Hel- Mrs. Darwin Shull, Mr Jr., Mrs. Dean Cates, ll Bree, and Mrs. Elmer LOULq E. LEIMBACHS WILL OBSERVE 50sh ANNIVERSARY FEB. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Leim- bach of Chestnut, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1961. Mrs. Leimbach was the former Carolyn Stoll, daughter of the late J. C. Stolls' of Mitchell, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Leimbach were married in the home of her par- ents at Mitchell The Rev. Fred W. Loose performed the ceremony. Their attendants were Mr& Alvin Geyer of Mount Pulaski, and Herman Stoli of Southgate, Calif. Miss Beulah Harms was the flow- er girl. The Leimbachs have lived their entire married life on a farm 2 miles south of Chestnut. They are the parents of two sons, Clifford of Chestnut, and Cleatus of In- dianapolis, Ind. There are five grandchildren. Their children are planning a fazmly dinner in their honor to be held Saturday, Feb. 4, in the Du- bonnet Room at the Hotel Or- lando, in Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Leimbach will i then leave for a vacation trip in Florida. Identification Tags Available To Public Identification tags are avail- able to anyone wanting them. These tags are important in ease of emergencies or disasters of any kind. They are to bear the per- son's name, admss, telephone number, religion (if desired) and can be printed with allergies, for diabetes, epilepsy, heart condi- tion, if so desired. This one type of tag (small necklace type with beaded chain) is availabel to Civil Defense at a reduced price of 40 cents. All parts are made of chrome stain- less steel and will withstand heat at approximately 3700 degrees F. They should be worn or carried at all times, either on the chain a- round the neck or on a personal key chain. Anyone desiring a tag with no contact at school may place an order by picking up the form at Bertoni's Restaurant, filling out i the required information and de- positing the slip and 40 cents guest of honor received nice and useful gifts. CLINg 75, AT DECATUR there. After completion of the tags they can be picked up there  Clara Cline, 57, former by the aplicants. of the John Warn. Hoepital, Clinton, Ill., died at The first American-built rocket axn. Tuesday, Jan, 31, 1961, to escal the earth's atmosphere :the Decatur-Macon county hos- reached a height of 50 miles on at Decatur. She had been Mar. 22, 1946. the staff of the hospital in 16 years. She was born county, Nov. 7, 1903, of Leroy P. and Alatha Citric. her mother, of Illiop- she is survived by two sis- Mm. Glynn Purviance, liv. south of Mount Pulaski, and Dorothy Siedler, of services were held Methodist Church in at 2 p.m., this Thursday, in charge of the pastor, Walter Theobald, and by the Rev. $ual Ford of Burial was in Riverside south of Illiopolis. P-TA HONORS-- (Continued from page I) LOW COST PROTECTION guarmffe covers costs to house, or contents ter termite occur. i aspmm & ELEV. CO. ILLINOIS Smmk Smmmu to come to an end, You know that along the way you have made many good friends, We hope your retirement years will be kind to you And that all your dreams of the future will come true, And as you travel to far away places May our gift remind you of our smiling faces, And if some fourth Thursday night you have nothing to do, Please drop in on P-TA, where the WELCOME mat will al- ways be out for you." Sincerely, P-TA, 1961. The program was turned over to Richard Mueller, who introduc- ed Larry Shmyer, Logan County and Lincoln Defense Director. Mr. Shr0yer showed the very colorful and informative film "Seconds for Survival," dealing with our net- work of warning systems in case of attack. There was a question and answer period following the [ilm. Identification tags were dis- cussed. The P-TA will get them for parents and children at a small fee of 40c each, with com- plete identification on them. Hostesses for the social hour were Room Representatives of 6A, and 6B, Mrs. John Pope, Mrs. Frank Pope, Mrs. Lee Taylor, and Mrs. Richard Leesman. KEITH ROTHWELLS BACK FROM ARIZONA: WON MATCH Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rothwell returned home Monday evening from a three weeks' auto trip to the southwest. They went as far as Phoenix, Ariz. In Arizona they visited and called on Mount Pul- askians spending the winter there, including Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Park in Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, Sr., in Mesa, and, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bellatti in Benton. While there Keith competed in r SillTennial 'C00n' Lefl'ers Available At Times-News Form letters telling of the com- ing Sil-Tennial Celebration, to be mailed to former Mount Pulaski- ans, or others interested in our comunity, are now available at the Times-News office. The letters which are free to anyone wishing to mail them contains an invitation to all form- er residents as well as present residents, to become Charter Members of the Sil-Tennial Cele- bration. Their names will be in- eluded in the Mount Pulaski Times-news Sil-Tennial Edition which goes in the mails July 13th, together with whatever other in- formation deemed pertinent. Listed in the letter, also, are some of the many interesting events in the life of Mount Pul- aski as well as outstanding cele. brities who called Mount Pulaski their hometown, all of which will be brought forth in the big Sil- Tennial Edition. complete not only with stories, but pictures galore. Since no charge is being made for these letters, drop in at the Times-News Office and pick up all you need. Some folks are send. ing two or three to their friends and asking them to mail the ex- tras to others who might be in- terested. Hot News From Florida Front A postcard from Mrs. Guy Wait, who is wintering in Largo, Fla., with her husband, states that Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shelhammer ar- rived in Largo on Jan. 25 for a month's vacation. They had pre- viously stopped at Sanford for two weeks. Other bits of news along the local line was that the Waits and the Paul Grubers called on Mr. a Trap-Shoot Meet in Phoenix and Mrs. Everett Brooker at Red- and was runnerup in the open, ington Beach. Weather report ran i and took first place in Calcut- something like this: sunny, tern- ha, breaking 97 out of 100. perature 72, windy and the waves rolling high. BOARD REQUESTS BRIDGE Oh, yes, we almost forgot the BUILDING CHANNEL PERMIT other side of the card. It's the An application to relocate the Fisherman's Prayer," channel of Salt Creek, and con- "Lord, give me grace to catch struct a 6-span bridge over the a fish, creek, 2 miles north of Chestnut, So large that even I, on State Aid Route 6, has been In talking of it afterwards, HEART FUND TO GET DRIVE GOING IN THIS VICINITY The 1961 Heart Fund Mount Pulaski and vicinity now in progress, starting nesday, Feb. 1, and office charge will welcome the ation of the public to make SUCCESS. Solicitations will be made mail as has been the the past. Several Memorials have received since the drive last Officers are: Mrs. A. J. chairman; Mrs. C. E. co-chairman; John D. Bia president of the First Bank, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Beidler, publicity. Red plastic hearts are placed in the business and the committee will the dimes and dollars that may be able to spare for worthy cause. HtED WERTH WED HFTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werth, mg on rural route 3, Lincoln, observe their 50th wedding versary Sunday, Feb. 5, between the hours of 2 and 5: m., at the Woman's Club ing in Lincoln. No invitations being sent out, but all and relatives are invited to tend. Mr. Werth and Sehrauf were married in Feb. 9, 1911 by the Rev. J. el. They are the parents of children, one deceased. children are: Donald, of Mrs. Emmerson Horn, and Werth, of Mount Pulaski. !are eight grandchildren, LINCOLN MAN IN/URED NEAR MOUNT PULASKI Charles C. Garner, 63, of coin, sustained severe on his head Saturday morning 11 o'clock, when his car from Route 121, into a ditch., mile north of Mount Pulaski. Passing motorists pulled from the wrecked car and him to the Abraham Lincoln morial Hospital in Lincoln, emergency care. The accident was investi by State Trooper Robert of Mount Pulaski. A woman when launching submitted by the Logan County May never need to lie Board of Supervisors, the Illinois' AGAIN." [first ship was a little Division of Waterways has an- - [She turned to the shipyard ma nounced from Springfield. Colummst:" A man who believes[ager, standing,, beside her, a that two wrongs make a write- asked: How hard do I have Sell it with a Classified Ad. up. | hit it to knock it into the WE HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD FRESH PORK HOMEMADE LIVERWURST ..................... 49 HEAD CHEFE ........................................... 89 SCRAPPLE ................................................. 19 SMOKED SAUSAGE ................................. 69 FRESH SAUSAGE ..................................... 49 FRESH LINK SAUSAGE ........................... 59 Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 -- BY APPOINTMENT ONLY -- BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE l/z BEEF - Choice ........................................... lb. 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