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\\;  m. ,rnmmsY. cm. ms N ,N , , , F IqJLKSIU -lW$lmade an auto trip, Saturday, to t ltmdcL Illois | Augusta, taking home his mother, I Mrs. Roberta Morris, who had ea. aria entered as second | been visiting with them for about aatre in the post onice at] five weeks. She also visited with :la;ki, Illinois, Nov. 17,|her sisters, Mrs. Victor Stoll and miner me Act of Congress[Mrs" Oscar Poffenbarger. 9, 1879. | Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Mey- J. WIBLE er, of Lake Fork, returned home .... Utt and lhablisher recently from a yacation auto trip 04[ Spom, s: Months ............................ 75c ths ................................. $1.50 .$3.00 Every Thursa /IRCH 1961 M 1 W T F S .... 1 234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 2728 29 30 31 - NEWS and Mrs. Clyde Febus of Fork have received word of: of a frend, Mr Jessie years of age, at the home in East Aurora, Feb. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Febus Reid in Florida in 1948 had visited with them home almost annually and Mrs. Wilber Meador spent the weekend daughter and family, Mrs. Harry Widmer. Hinds returned on to her home in Pleasant following a visit of sever. with her mother, Mrs. ,*" McDonald. Mrs. Myron B. Wait who often visit in with his parents, Dr. G. F. Wait, are enroute by plane, planning to of that continent and by car. They will re- Their car will lab in the U.S.A. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- living south of the city, re- home March 1st from a vacation trip thru Flor- t Largo they visited Dr. and Wait and Mr. and Mrs. A. Gruber, and in St. Pet- with Mrs. George Sued- and Mrs. Murrell Boyden. travelled throughout the and enjoyed their trip very Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Hamm home from a va- trip to points of interest and Mrs. A. Webber of De- guests last Thursday, Minnie Hershey, at her in the Times-News Apt. Mr, and Mm. Wendell D. Follis Debra and Pamela, visited southwest of city recently, with his par- Mr. and Mrs. James Follis. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel Ann and Pamela, Saturday and Sunday in relatives, Mr. and Moelhenry. Jesse Cox ret,ned recently, from a vacation in Florida. and Mrs. Leaman Rau, liv- of Latham, and Mr. and C Rau of Warrensburg, to their homes recently vacationing in Florida. Mrs. Dan McNabb who living in a Harry Van have rented the ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. on West Cooke St., and located there. The Hat. ntly moved to Palm Calf. Mrs. Ray Hummel , H. H. MADDOX RatSlClaN Office Hours: to 12 M. - 2 to 5 pxa. ApPointment) SW|.$21S :ml L WGTOW ST. : Tentative plans are underway for the four-day celebration and committees have been appointed to arrange for the event. Beards are in evidence every. where in Virginia. The official starting date for beards was Feb. 14 and the 1961 crop will be a great success. to Brownsville, Texas, where they visited relatives. They spent sev- eral days in other cities and stat- es in the southwest. Mr. and Mrs. Finis H. Piper of Webster Groves, Mo., visited west of Mt. Pulaski from Friday to Sunday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Edwards. Mrs. Verneta Wachter and bro- ther, Adam Weckel, the latter of Chestnut, visited in Rock Island from Saturday to Monday at the home of their brother, Elmer Weckel and family. Elmer has been ill for more than two mon- ths. They also visited a sister-in- law, Mrs. Floyd Weckel and fam- ily. Paul Weidenbacher of Decatur, was elected last Friday as pres- ident of the Central Illinois Auto- motive Trades Assn. at its an- nual meeting in Decatur. Wciden- bacher is a native of Mr, Pulaski i and the son of Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbach of West Jefferson St. this city. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gordy of Illiopolis, moved recently to Mt. Pulaski and are occupying a Les- ter Starr property in the west part of the city. Mrs. James Patterson and fam- ily have returned to William Hill following a visit of three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stratton on South Spring St. Tammy Ltrnn Maxheimer, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Max- helmet, was baptized during the worship services at Zion Lutheran Church Sunday, by the pastor, the Rev. Martin Rothe. Sponsors were Mrs. Gertrude Leesman of Lincoln, and Alfred Maxheimer of Mount Pulaski. The schools in Mount Pulaski will be closed on Friday be- cause of Teacher's Institute at Lincoln. Mrs. George .L Smith, Mrs. Charles F. Wagner and Miss Nina Gaffney, were in Peoria last Fri- day on business. The Misses Bess and Nell Cor- wine, of Springfield, visited Tues- day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey returned home Thursday night of last week from a month's vacation trip to several points in Arizona. Mrs. Lizzie Wessbecher, liv. ing in Lincoln, visited east of Mr. Pulaski Tuesday with her son, Carl, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wessbecher moved recently from Warrensburg vicinity to the old home farm where they had built a new home to replace the one damaged by fire when Mr. Wess- becher's mother lived there. VIRGINIA, ILl.. TO MARK 125th ANNIVERSARy IN JULY Virginia, the county seat of Cass county, west of Springfield, will observe their 125th annivers- ary of the founding of the town, on July 20-21-22.23, 1961. BarJzelor: A man who never weakened during a weekend. CHURCHES ZION LUTIRP CII Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rotlm PI 5W2.5.5 Fri., 7:30 p.m. LCLC, Lincoln. Sat., 9-11:15 azn. Saturday School. Sun., 9 azn. Sunday Schoal and Bible Classes for all ages. 10 aan. Worship Services Hebr. 11, 31. "Faith of Rahab" Mon. Circuit Pastoral Conference at Mount Pulaski. Tues., 7 p.m. Jr. Confirmation Class. Wed., 7:30 p.m. 5th Mid.week Lenten Service. Filmstrip, "The Trial Before Pilate." Sermon: "I Thirst." John 19, 28. Thurs: Rural Life meeting at Chapin, Ill. THE CHRISTIAN  Paul P. B Mlster 9:30 aa,n. Bible School, 10:30 am. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Ordinances of Christ's Church" 6:30 pan. Youth Hour 7:30 pan. Evening Worship Sermon: 'q'he Power of the Bible." ts Sunday, Mar. 12, is Girl Scout Sunday, and we will honor the Girl Scouts of our congregation that day. The Logan County Christian Youth Fellowship will meet at the Emden Christian Church on Monday night, March 13, at 7:30 pan. Cars will leave from the Pul- aski Church at 6:45 pan. The Teachers and Officers of our Bible School will meet on Tuesday night, March 14, instead of on Monday night as had been announced. Time of the meeting is 7:30 pxn. Prayer Meeting and Choir prae. tice on Wednesday night at and 8:30 pxa. The Logan County Christian Men's Club meet at the Mt. Pul- aski Christian Church on Monday night, March 20, at 6:30 p.m_ for a Ham and Bean supper. The dates for our pre-Easter meeting have been set They are March 26 - April 2. Mr. and Mr Rodger Herbsleb of Lincoln, will be in charge of the music. The theme for the meeting is 'Vords More Precious Than Gold." The public is cordially invited to this, series of meetings, nightly at 7:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CRqCH lohn MUtro Past= Sunday, March 12tb: 9:00 aan. Sunday School. We have classes for all ages and extend an invitation to all to come to Sunday School. 10:00 axa. Morning Worship. Sermon: 'he Christian and His CHANNEL CATFISH -- FRIDAY -- You can have them Fried to take out, or uncooked at 78 per lb. READY TO COOK .-..-...-.._... FRESH SHRIMP uncooked to take out 7Sc per basket OF 21 READY-TO-COOK CHICKEN and AT ALL TIMES AFTER 4 P, M. HARRY'S and MARY'S EAST OF MOUNT p Anxious World." Anthem by the Chancel Choir. We have a friendly church and extend an invitation to everyone to come worship with us. 7:00p.m. Lenten Church Wide Study of "Alcohol and Christ- ian Responsibility." Mr. Rodney G. Bucher, Assistant States At- torney will be the guest speak- er. Please see the article in this paper for additional details, i Wed., Mar. 15: The Chancel Choir I will meet at the church for re-; hearsal at 7:00 pan. d Thurs., Mar. 16: The Youth Choir I will meet at the church for re- hearsal immediately after school. St. THOMAS AQUINAS Be. F..dwd M. Kz, Mass on Sunday, March 12, be held at 10 a.m. Lenten devotions each day at 7:30 p.m. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN O. Zumste lzstm Sunday School Worship Service The Pastor's sermon will "How we can receive benefits of Christ's Mid-Week Lenten Service, nesday, March 15, 7:30 The sermon for this will be: "The Cross and dora." A cordial invitation to all! VOTE FOR Tommie g. Havener, Sr. Republican Candide For SUPERVISOR of Mr. Pulaski Township Election, April 4. 1961 YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED THANK YOU. Facts You Should Know |H In the matter of Health there are many ways to make you feel better. But we are only interest- ed in having you become Healthy. This is done by proper EATING, EXERCISING. MASSAGE. DEEP THERAPY. ADJUSTMENTS, COLONIC THERAPY and ELECTRONIC THERAPY. We also give Reducing treatments -- $2.00 each COMPLETE LINE OF VITAMINS AND MINERAI. SUPPLEMENTS HAWKINS BEAUTY STUDIO Phe 732-8574 905 . 5th STREET - LINCOLN '1040 I m TAX RETIBlgl;II m Iml Iremm Uh-d,-- emmd,,&.,, and od, , _ .,_ L__. Overlook one and the penalty runs up fast. Uncle Sam wanl onJy what is due and it's sim- Idy maeey out of your pocket if you fail to take  of those to which you am fifled. Yeu can watch your deductible expense like a hawk if you pay by check. And if you don't, you would be wise to open a cheddng account belore another week goes by. u  FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount ldaskL nulls