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  AT, APRIL J0o INI I/LASKI TIMES-NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland Mmmt Pulad  . and her mother, Mrs. Dena Veail, i"   land Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Matthews ! ,fished and entered as second[returned to their homes last week [! B .maR in th.e IXX.s. t office at I fro m a vacation and auto trip I =tit k'tuaski, tuinom, nov. 11, I to Fort Myers, Fla. II . ua.d the Act ot Congress J Cpl. and Mrs. Donald Etheridge !iaRarcn , zl.  I and daughter Celeste Renee' l/lY ]. WIBLK ' have returned to their home at 29 ]ltltat and Publiah of Subscriptions: Months ........................... 75c Months .................................. $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Every Th AFRIL 1961 S 2345678 9 10 I112131415 1617 18 192021 22 23242526272829 o 4m m NEWS her home on East DeKalb Friday, April 14, Miss B. Horn served a delicious dinner to friends, namely, and Mrs. Keith Rothwell and Mrs. Harry Downing. ) was Miss Horn's sis. Elizabeth Horn, who liv- el with her. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lane re. turned to the ciW Wednesday of week from a winter's stay in Fla. They left here on 1st for Florida but prefer weather during the sum- Mr. Lane has constructed a i.n Bellview. He is in re-i from his long year's of l for the Illinois Central and Mrs. Harold Hubbard, |egt here March 23 on an ) to Fort Pierce, Fla., came to the city last Thursday, 13. Mr. Hubbard remarked after seeing the snow, they had better stayed in a short time longer. George Suedmeier, North St., returned to her Satultday after making a stay i'n St. Petersburg, The re.elected officers of the Pulaski Township High Board are: President Dr. N. Harem; Secretary, Charles n; Treasurer, Miss Flor- Laehenmeyer. Within the .next few weeks, Belle Stationery will to be printed again. Any in the community (regard-' age, girls, teenagers or can still join the Belles, :have their names printed on i stationery. Anyone desiring a Belle should contact Mrs. Downing, Mrs. Oswald or, Mrs. Dean Sehultz, pay their 50 cents. the Lincoln Cafeteria, Lin-  Friday evening, April 14, of the Logan County Association assembled t business meeting and ban- Those present from Mount were: George A. Volle, John D. Biesemeier, and Dean Cates Latham, Edward Culp. Saturday, April of the Champaign Women's Clubs held program for handicap- featuring a tour of the principal one being David Henry, president of Illinois. Those from Mount Pulaski to at. the affair were Mrs. George Voile, Mrs. Walter Dannen- Mrs. Andrew Wiggers, Mrs. Brooker and Mrs. Harry Palms, Calif. after visiting for a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meister, Sr. and oth- er relatives. During their visit, on Sunday, March 12, their dau- ghter was baptized in the St. John's Lutheran church by the pastor, Rev. Ray O. Zumstein. During the service, Terry Meister sang "The Lord's Prayer", accom- panied on the piano by her grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Meist- e_r, St. Sponsors were Mrs. Paul Beaver and Mrs. Edward Fro- schauer. New trees were set out recently at the Chestnut Grade School. They were to replace the ones lost in the storms of last sum- mer and others were placed where they will provide shade later for the parking and playground area. Hard Maple, White Ash, Oak and Hackberry, all of the shade var- iety, were used. Members of the school board donated the labor and the trees were taken from the timber along Salt Creek. Gene Bergman visited this past week with his daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Waddell and family. He was enroute from New York State to his home in Harper, Karts. Jill Erica Olsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Olsen, was bap- tized in the Worship Services at the Zion Lutheran Church, Sun- day, April 16, by thepastor, the Rev. Martin Rothe. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Minick of Santa Maria, Calif. Bill Olsen, brother of the father, substituted for Mr Minick who was unable to be preent. Word was received the first of the week from Miss Bessie Ral- ston of Estherville, Iowa, stating that her sister, Mrs. Fannie Ral- ston Ratner of Cedar Rapids, Ia., had suffered a heart attack the last of March. The Ralston sis- ters are natives of Mt. Pulaski. Richard Downing of Akron, Ohio, visited from Monday to Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Harry Downing, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, Sr., returned home Thursday of last week after spending the winter months in Mesa, Arizona. Returning recently to their home in Shawno, Wis., after a winter's stay in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Rothwell stopped in Mt. Pul- aski for a short visit with his WATCH am. to 8:00 p.m. VTZJ)NESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. ;: FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKIMRT, ILL. mother, Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, and KATHRYN HARRISON, brothers, Everett, Clarence and Robert Rothwell, Sr., and in Lin- coin with his sister, Mrs. Freder- ick Hild. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox re- turned home Monday evening, from Kirkswood, Mo., where Mrs. Maddox had been a patient in a hospital. The 1961 Logan County Heart Fund Drive contributions total $3,775.35, it was announced in Lincoln Tuesday by Dean Ander- son, chairman. ZONE MEETING OF LIONS HERE SUNDAY; PANCAKE SUPPER A zone meeting of the Lions Clubs will be held in the form of a pancake supper, Sunday, April 23, at 6 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church. There is to be a representation of Lions Club members, their wiv- es and children, from the cities of Lincoln, Springfield, Mt. Auburn, San Jose, Atlanta, Kenney, Illi- opolis and the host city of Mount Pulaski. After the meal, the speaker, a former member of the FBI, from Springfield, will give an educa- i tion and interesting talk. Groups will also participate in swim- ruing and skating at the Tomlin-i son Recreation Center and bowl-! i.ng at the Hilltop Bowl. The PTL of the Zion Lutheran Parochial School will have charge of the supper. QUEEI COMMITTEE MEETING TUESDAY There will be a meeting of the Sil-Tennial Queen Committee in the home of Mrs. Harold Mullins next Tuesday, April 25, at 8:00 p. m. This is a very important meet- ing and the chairman asks that everl, members of the committee put forth an effort to attend. The last meeting was attended by one member of the committee; and, although decisions were made, there is work to be done in order to be' prepared for the necessary ceremonies in connec- tion with the crowning of our Sil-Tennial Queen in July. Please attend ! ! ! 18"3: DIED SATURDAY AT LINCOLN HOSPITAL Miss Kathryn E. Harrison, No. Park St., Mount Pulaski, Ill., fail- i inK in health for some time, died i Saturday, April 15, 1961, at 7 a. i m. in the Abraham Lincoln Me- morial Hospital in Lincoln, at the !age of over 83 years. Decedent was born Nov. 29, 1877 near Jackson, Ohio, the eldest child of a family of seven child- ren. Her parents were Jacob Burr i Harrison and Sarah E. Combs Harrison. She came to Illinois in 1884 with her parents, at the age of 7 years. The family located on a farm between Mount Pulaski and Chestnut. Miss Harrison lived at home until 1899 when she came into the city after the death of her grandmother, to live with her grandfather, Jonathan Combs. He died in February, 1911. After that she spent several years in Denver, Colo. and Pasadena, Cal. Her parents had retired from the farm and located in town and in 1933 Miss Harrison returned to Mount Pulaski to again live with her parents, until their re- spective deaths. She remained in the family home as long as she was able to care for herself. In November, 1959r she went to La- tham to live at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Voile. She was a devoted daughter and gave much time to the care of her parents and other members of her family circle. was never married. Surviving are the sisters and brother: Mrs. Voile, Latham; Mrs. (Helen) Anderson, Mt. Mrs. Della Smith, Mrs. (Alice) Potter, and Glenn son, Denver, Colo. A Harrison, preceded her in The body was removed Schahl Funeral Home services were held at 3 day, April 17, conducted Rev. Bernard Wahl, the Latham Methodist assisted by the Rev. R. B. of Lincoln. Three hymns, With Me," "Heaven Is My and "The Lord's Prayer", sung by Mrs. John Muir, gan accompaniment by cis Myrick. Because Mr. and Mr Potter were coming from Colo. by plane to attend funeral, they did not Sunday evening, ed in Detroit, Mich., due severe snow storm in this reason the body was the funeral home until morning when services were conducted by Rev. John 11 azn. Interment was made in Pulaski Cemetery. cluded Claude Buckles, Howe, Raymond Hahn, Thomas A. Gupton, Jr., mitt Shellhammer. Sell it with a Classified TAKE MOM AND FAMILY OUT FOR SUPPER FAMILY- STYLE FRIED CHICKEN SATURDAY NIG HT $1.50 or $1.25 a Plate CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank M1 dear friends and neighbors who assisted in any way during the illness and at the sudden pass- ing of my mother, Mrs. Flora L Klockenga. Eugenia Rae Lynch and family. SUNDAYS -- Fried Chicken or Roast TOM'S COFFEE SHOP Reservations for Parties Accepted A BIG THANK YOU... to All Those Who Voted for me in Tuesday's election, re-electing me as your City Clerk for an- other four years. 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