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UNT PULAS TIMES-NEWS Sr., visited with relatives in Ed- Mount Pulaski, ELlinols [wardsville, Okawville and Mas- . ! couth, from Friday until Monday lblished and entered as sec,0na j of this week m matter in the post office' at | Mr and "Mrs Harold Hasse 0Untun:raSt e li, CN2jr17, jbrock and family, former resi- : s c ! dents of Chestnut, who moved to March 9, 1879_. J California, have changed their HARRY ]. WIBLE I residence and moved from Blythe F.dl cmd Publisher to Buena Park, Calif. Their new address is 8122 Cyclamen Way. of Subscriptions: James Kelly, son of Mr. and Months ............................ 75c Mrs. Floyd Kelly, a Freshman at Months ................... : .............. $L25 Eastern Illinois University at Year ...................................... $2.50 Charleston, has been pledged to FEBRUARY 1961 M, lr w T F $ " " l 234 6 7 8 9 10 11 ]2 ]3 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 and Mrs. George Meister end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Les- and sons, Bob and at Freeport. Mrs. Weldon Eeten and entertained relatives at and supper on Sunday, in their home at Emden. the guests were Mr. and Schahl of Lake Fork, and Mrs. Donald Schahl of Meant Pulaski. Mrs. Noel Suedmeier Connie, of Lincoln, Sunday with his parents, and Mrs. George E. Sued- and Mrs. Francis Myrick Wednesday, Feb. 8, a two weeks' vacation trip Largo, Fla., where they visited home of Mrs. Myrick's sis- L. L. Trottnow. PANTS now priced at Huston & Paolone Mount PulasicL H. Hahn left this for Urbana to make a t t with her son the Rev. Pulask:L IlL, THURSDAY, IIUARY 16, 1961 the Tau Kappa Epsilon fratern- ity. MEN'S CASUAL JACKETS re. duced to sell art Huston & Polone Men's Store at Mount Pulaski. IETUIW HOME FROM VACATION AUTO TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shehorn, i residing south of Mount Pulaski, arrived home late Thursday night, Feb. 9, from a week's vacation trip to the southern and to the eastern states, sight.seeing in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. While in Virginia they visited with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sheehorn who is stationed at Fort Belvoir, Alexandria, Va. Upon leaving Washington, D.C., Wednesday, due to a bad snow storm, they traveled 22 miles in 4 hours to reach the Pennsyl- vania Turnpike. The snow ther, was about twice as deep as the snow storm Mount Pulaski had last year. Lawrence Holmes of Vista, arrived in the city recent- to visit with his uncle and Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Buckles, southeast of Mount Pulaski, relatives. Mrs. Russell Curtis left Feb. 8 for an auto vacation in Florida. and Mrs. Paul McCain and Mrs. Tom Beaty, of De- visited recently in the of the former's sister, Mr. Oscar Shull, in this city. ON DRESS PANTS $15.95 values now $6.00 at Hustoa  Paolene Stoe, Mount PulcmkL and Mrs. Robert Renn and sons, visited in the city last While enroute from an Air Germany, to an Air Base Mexico, with her father, t Shull and aunt and uncle, d Mrs. Oscar Shull.  Froschauer, stationed at Calif., has been promot- He expects to be hi four and one-half men- GEORGE W. BAIR, 62, DIED AT DECATUR George W. Bail 62, of 17 Center Drive, Decatur, Ill., was dead on arrival at St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur, Friday, Feb. 10 at 8:15 a.m. A resident of Decatur for 30 years, he was born Feb. 22, 1898 near Shelbyville, a son of Fre( and Anna  Eversole Bair. He lived in Pana before locat ing in Decatur, in the latter city being employed as a machinist by the Lyons Auto Supply Co. Mr. Bair was a member of the First Entertain Classmates At Valentine Party Norman and Freddy Maxheim- er entertained their classmates at a Valentine Party on Friday even. ing, Feb. 10, at their home west of the city. Games were played and refreshments served. Those present were: Linda Ten- dick, Sandra and Linda Stoll Olga Zebrun, Gretchen Stahl Debra Remmert, Phyllis Max- heimer, Vickie Braun, Flo Ann Lynch, Kay Schaffenacker, Jen- nifer Letterle, Linda, Shirley and Dale Maxheimer, Dennis Stoll, Danny Yagow, Larry Schahl, Leonard Remmert, Gary Knauer, Norman, Freddy, Judy and Mar- jorie Maxheimer. JOHN YAGOW HONORED ON 77th BIRTHDAY ATTENDING INTERIOR DECORATING SCHOOL Mrs. Betty Downs and H. L. Arney of Logan county, are at- tending a four-day interior decor- ating school in Bloomington, sponsored by the Illinois Farm Supply Company. At the conclusion of the course in basic decorating techniques, they will receive a certification of completion from the National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Asso- ciation, signed by the Illinois Superintendent of Distributive In- formation and the McLean Coun- ty Superintendent of Schools. his bonnet because he has a honey on his mind. Metaphysics: The ex of an event by a person who not understand it. WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. MONDAY -- WEDNE: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART, ILL. Re-elec'l" A potluck dinner was served Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Yagow, honoring Mr. Yagow on his 7th birthday. THOS. A. GUPTON, SR. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yagow and chil- drgn, Danny and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Day-is ' and family, Beason; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ya- gow, Allen and Claire Ann Dever- man, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bandelow and son, George Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bandelow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- lin Shanle and family, Arthur Marten, all of Mount Pulaski. WILL OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY MONDAY FEBRUARY 20th Mr. and Mrs. William I. Guse- man of Cornland, will observe their 55th Wedding Anniversary at their home on Monday, Feb. : 20th. They were narried in Spring- field, Ill. on Feb. 20, 1906 and have resided in the' Cornland vicinity all of their married life. Mrs. Guseman is the daughter of the late Charles and Mary Sharer and Mr. Guseman's par- ents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Amos Guseman. Mr. and Mrs. Guseman reside in Cornland, after retiring from farming several years ago. Hahn, and family. She Methodist Church. He married I APPRECIATION from there to Chicago to j Miss Myrl Corley in Shelbyville I I want to thank my friends and plane for Long. Beach,] Jule v2i,.1924... .o j relatives for their visits and cards, o VLSlt several weeks wth I ur vmg are ms we; one sOnlwhile I was a recent natient at son, Alvin Hahn, and JDr. James R. Bair, of Columbus [,, Alr, ho+, t- [Ohio; one daughter, Mrs. Jack | ............ v ..... R,,t h Re,.,. Holmes, son of Mr. and' (Joan) Campbell, of Rochelle, N ........ Y.; four brothers, Lynn, Jake and Mrs. John Hassebrock MEATS Best Quality. Freshly While You Wait SERVICE Chris, of Elkhart; and Cecil, of Danville; and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, in the Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home, Decatur. The body was taken to Elkhart cemetery for burial. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS G.E. 1960 KPPLIANCES AT STAHLS EAL ESTATE ONE WAY TO MAKE MONEY IS TO SAVE IT ! MFA HOMEOWNERS Planned Package Replaces the FIIZE . PERSONAL LIABILITY . THEFT Policies you have now with ONE POLICY --- ONE PREMIUM INCREASED PROTECTION AT LESS COST Beccmse the mnount you save will vary  come in mad find out the exact amount you'll save when you switch to the modern home insurmace--.MFA HOMEOWNERS. t SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT URANCE We Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Election, Tuesday, April 4, 1961 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED American Legion CHANNEL CATFISH STAG TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. $1.50 Per Plate CARRY.OUT ORDERS From South Door of Kitchen More than any other man, Washington has contrib- uted to the founding of our wide-spread empire and given to the Western World, independence and freedom. John Marshall Chief Justice of , the United States 1801 - 1835 F . . We will transact no business on Washington's Birthday,, February 22nd FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois d