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g--TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL m., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS quite ill. Mount Pulaski, Illinois ! Mrs. Marie Van Hook received W P"blis .......... I ord recently, that her smtex, u .u ,o enterea as secona l Mrs Ethel Waterbur of Swarth class matter in the post office at ] more Penn ha- :'Y .... " . . , ., U sulIerefl a slight Mount Pulaski, Ilhnom, Nov. 17, I stroke She is the former Ethel 1930, under the Act of Congress[Mille r" of Lincoln on March 9, 1879 ' " . _  " [ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waddell, ' HARRY J.  t living east of the dity, went to Editor and PubUshr Peoria last weekend to get Mary Terms of Subscriptions: Three Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.25 One Year ...................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday FEBRUARY 1961 S M T W T F S -" - 1 234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 m  m e  m LOCAL NEWS Catherine Barra, who will make her home with them on the fost- er-parent plan. She is 10 years old and is now attending the 4th grade at the grade school. Mr. anc Mrs. Otto Ey left on Thursday, Feb. 2, for a vacation trip of several weeks to points of interest in Arizona. Keith Rothwell was in Chicago from Sunday tO Thursday at- tending the National Lumber- men's Convention. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Harem de- parted Monday for Vera Beach, Fla., on a vacation. They expect to be away about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheehorn, living south of the city, left on Saturday for a week's vacation trip to the South. Judy Schahl, a Junior at ISNU, Patrick Walsh, who resides in spent the weekend visiting with the Elkhart vicinity, observed his her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman 90th birthday anniversary Thurs- Schahl, northwest of the city. day, Feb. 2, 1961. He was born in ireland in 1871, and came to the United States when 18 years old. Mr. Walsh lived in Greenview the first eight years and then locat- ed near Elkhart. ' Mrs: Harvey Milner of Decatur, was a recent visitor in the home i her mother, Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbacher. Richard Connolley of Princeton, from a business trip to points in Indiana, visited iff Mt. Pulaski over last Thursday night fl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley. lj$ OFF all flannel sleepwear for ladies and children, at Hustoa " Paolone Ladies Apparel Mount IlL Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing o:'. N( Vine Street, will observe eir 58th wedding anniversary Feb. 26. Harry Down- and Mac Weckel were mar- tied near Latham Feb. 26, 1903. Flinn, South Washington St., observed his 79th birthday anniversary, on Wednesday, Feb. : Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hahn and of Peoria,, visited in the recently with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. They also stopped in Lincoln to see Mrs. Blanche Jarcvis who was a patient in the ALM hospital. *$arvin Haas of Tucson, Ariz., visited in the city recently with his aunt, Mrs. Louis F. Weiden- :bacher. Ivan Todd of Eureka, was in city last Saturday and at- the funeral services for Arthur Key. and Mrs. Walter SamE, liv.- east of the city, returned home last Thursday, Feb. 2, from a two weeks' vacation trip to points of interest in Texas and a stay of several days in Hot Ark. --We have some beautiful skirts, , sweaters, sltm.Jims and blouses Bobble Brooks, Catalina and at 25% off. Huston & Ladies Apparel, Mount Victor Holmes ,returned to his home in Colfax, Wash. Friday, siting several weeks with relatives in this vicinity. Anna Ellis has received from Niles, Ill., that her Harold Mirshak, is MEATS Best Quality. Freshly "Sliced While You Wait SERVICE AL ESTATE INSURANCE Mrs. Frank Voile of Denver, Colo., visited last week in the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Volle. She also attended the wedding of her sister in Bloomington. MRS. LILLIE DAVIS, 91, FORMERLY OF LAKE DIED Mrs. Lillie Davis, 91, passed away Monday, Jan. 30, 1961, in Bethesda Hospital, St. Louis, Me. Mrs. Davis was born in Louis- ville, Ky., and moved to the Lake Fork, Ill. community when quite young. She had made her home most of her life with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Mac Clymer of St. Louis. After leaving Lake Fork they lo- cated in Decatur and after a few years there ,moved to St. Louis. Surviving are the daughter in St. Louis, Me., and a son Dee Dav- is, of Chicago. The latter is ill in a Chicago hospital. There are five grandchildren. Funeral services were held and burial made, in a St. Louis, Me. cemetery, Thursday, Feb. 2. At- tending the funeral were, Mrs. Edna Mueller and Fred Holmes, of Mt. Pulaski; Earl Holmes, of Chestnut, and Victor Holmes, of Colfax, Wash., who was visiting relatives in Mt. Pulaski. Critic: A man who gives the best jeers of his life to the theater Of Course You Want BRIEF HISTORY OF LEGION AUXILIARY GIVEN AT MEETING The Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting on Monday even- ing, Feb. 6, in the Legion Home. Mrs. Ellis Downing presided and urged members to attend the Pil- grimage to Lincoln's Tom, Sun- day, Feb. 12, which is done an- nually in Springfield. Warrensburg-Latham High School BASKETBALL SCHEDULE line. !se00 Feb. 10--Eisenhower, here Feb. 17Argenta, there Feb. 21--Atlanta, here Feb. 24---Mt. Pulaski, tlere Mt. Pulaski High School Basketball Schedule Fri., Feb. 10---Mason City, here The members voted to sponsor Fri., Feb. 17Athens, there a local girl again, to attend Girl's Sat., Feb. 18---Lanphier, there State at MacMurray College in Tues., Feb. 21Farmer City, there Jacksonville, in June. Mrs. Orville Fri., Feb. 24--Warrensburg, here Martin and Mrs. George Meister were named to look into the pur- chasing of a new flag, during the Sil-Tennial Year. The original application for a charter has recently been dug up. The group wishes to preserve GRADE SCHEDULE Thurs., Feb. 16--Lincoln, here Men., Feb. 2iN--Clinton, here A University of Illinois ento- by the farmers and would re- quire a two-thirds vote for enact- it by framing it. Mrs. Ed mologist estimates that about Froschauer and Mrs. Grace Buck- one-third of the cattle herds in leE were appointed to take care of Illinois have lice infestations. this project. The unit plans to make scuff- leE, since being informed of the need for them in the Veteran Hospitals. ! Mrs. George Meister, the Sil- Tennial Lady representing the organization, thanked the unit for her ticket to the Chamber of Com- merce dinner. She also revealed the period of the dress she will wear, which is 1836, the time her ancestors on both her mother's and father's side settled in this vicinity. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Down- ing. Mrs. Meister gave a brief his- tory of the beginning of the local Auxiliary Unit as follows: The first meeting was held May 9, 1922, in the interest of organiz- ing the unit. A temporary charter was received June 16, 1922, from the State Office and the perma- nent Charter was issued by the i State and National offices in February 1923. The 15 signatures on the Charter are: Miss Marie Hahn, Mrs. Leona Moore, Mrs. T. W. Moore, Mrs. H. C. Gruber, Mrs. William E. Holmes, Mrs. Ida Scroggin, Mrs. Louise Drobisch, Mrs. Mine Gruber, Miss Lola Hahn, Mrs. Margaret Hahn, Mrs. Martha Luces, Mrs. Ararninda Ryan, Mrs. Letha Drobisch, Mrs. Florence Meister and Miss Em- ma Hagenbuch. By the time the Charter was closed in April 1923, there were 52 members. Lunch was served by Mrs. Eu- gene Weckel and Mrs. Grace Buckles. Hostesses for March will be Mrs. Carrie Goddard and Mrs. Walter Baker. Complefe Home Protection It used to be... if you were worried about leaking pipes, large glass breakage, or other expensive losses your only solution was to add costly extras to your fire policy. Today this is old fashioned, because there's one policy that gives you all the protection you want for your home. MFA HOMEOWNERS Government benefits, once they are established and people get used to them and depend on them, are difficult to remove or cut back, a University of Illinois professor of agricultural law points out. Planned Package Gives you more protection than you can buy with 3 or more policies for FIRE --- PERSONAL LIABILITY --- THEFT ONE NOTICE --- ONE PREMIUM SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Farm Management GENE B. HOWE A. W. Schaffenacker MOUNT PULASKL ILL. DI SW -SSSS ' R. IL 1 Pk SW 2-5345 Co/her Cooke & Springs Sts. MOUNT PULASKL ILL. Yes-Man: One who round a man nobody noes. Taxi Cab: A vehicle appears when it rains. We Will Be OPEN February 20 Mr. Pulaski Cleaners BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD ENROLLMENT... Sponsored by Logan County HIA Will End } WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15th...i . .and you won't have another opportunity to these Chicago Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans through your HIA for another year. CONTACT: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hemurtchsmeyer, ML and Mrs. Oscar HeS- richsmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene StolL Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Braun. Mrs. Harold SchmidL Mr. and Mrs. Clarence WinkeImann, Dr. and Mrs. V. ]. SoukvP BLUE CROSS Plan of Hospital Service Corp. BLUE SHIELD Plan of Illinois Medical Service Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duly as we understand it. ' ABRAHAM MNC(XN Hor00tuy, U.ol.'s mrthday, 00.cey, r00euc.y FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois