Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
April 26, 1951     Times
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 26, 1951
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS. MOUNT PULASU, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FORMER CHESTNUT [ 1,000 Bedside Paper [-- C H U R C H E S -- MAN DIES, DECATUR i Bags To Sanitarium ! THE METHODIST CHURCH Carl I. West, 65, of 2132 North J A group of American Legion I Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Lowber street Decatur, a rest- Auxiliary members went to the I Sunday School 9:30 a.m. dent of that city since 1942, died Riverton vicinity last Friday aft- I Worship Service 10:35 a.m. in the Decatur and Macon county ernoon and delivered 1,000 bed- i Senior Youth Fellowship Wed- hospital on Wednesday, April 8, side paper bags to the St. John's [ nesday evening, May 2. 1951 at3:00 A.M. [Sanitarium. ] You are cordially invited to Mr. West was born May 31, This was a project of the Past lthe services of our church. 1885, in Chestnut, Ill., a son of Presidents' Parley. The club is Jesse and Caroline Kuntz West. grateful to the Service Mothers On October 7, 1908, he married of World War II, the Girl Scouts the late Carrie M. GillJert Green, and J. H. Stuart, who assisted the wedding taking place in De. the members in making the bags. eatur. Mrs. Albert Horn, Mrs. Leroy After living in Latham a num- ber of years, he located in De- catur, and was employed as a carman for the Illinois Terminal railroad. He wasa member of the Chestnut Methodist church, and the Latham Masonic lodge. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Pearl G. Fravell, Decatur; two brothers, Albert R. of De- catur, and Thomas, Cayugo, O.; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Meadows of Chestnut; two half-brothers, John Schrishuhn, Lincoln, and Fred Schrishuhn, Ridgefarm; one half.sister, Mrs. Mollie Boyd of Monon, Ind.; and one grandchild. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p:m. Friday in the Daw- son & Wikoff funeral home in De- catur. Burial was in the Lake Bank cemetery west of Latham. ILLIOPOLIS GIRL TO WED RICHARD W. BANNON Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Caudle, of Illiopolis, announce the en- gagement of their daughter Char- lotto Boa to Richard W. Bannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Bannon of Elmwood Park. Miss Caudle is a senior at the Illinois State Normal University, at Normal. Mr. Bannon attended the same university for three years and is now a senior at the University of Illinois, at Cham- paign. A June wedding is planned and dll take place in the Illiopolis Methodist church. MRS. PERRY HILLIARD IS VICTIM OF SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday dinner was given Sunday noon, April 22, in honor of Mrs. Perry Hilliard at her apartment on South Wash- ington street. The following were present :. DecaturMr. and Mrs. Howard Duncan and daughter Joyce Ann, and Charles Jackson. Rushville--Mrs. Rosalie Milby. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward &. Buckles Sr., Mrs. George Meis- ter and Mrs. Ed Curtis made a tour of the sanitarium, in comp- any with Mrs. Jesse Boy, Than, Auxiliary Chairman, Springfield. INITIATED AT ROLLA SCHOOL OF MINES John Richard Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford, of Corn- land, a graduate of Mount Pu- laski township high school, and now a sophomore in the Rolla (Mo.) School of Mines, was re- cently initiated into the "Kera- raps," a national honorary pro- gressional fraternity. John is majoring in ceramic engineering, and has been an honor student both years of his college work, being in the up- per 10 per cent of his class. His mother and brother Don of Cornland, and aunt, Mrs. Lela Downing of Springfield, recent- ly visited with him. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Udell Bellatti, southeast of the city, are the parents of a son born Thursday, April 19, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. In St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, Tuesday, April 24, twins, a girl and a boy, were born to Mr. and! Mrs. William Prather of Mount Pulaski. ATTEND FUNERAL IN SPRINGFIELD MONDAY Mrs. William F. Hartwig, 63, i of Springfield, Ill.. died in the St. John's hospital in that city Friday, April 20. She is survived by her husband, one son, one daughter, five brothers and one sister. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Monday in the Trinity , Lutheran church, Springfield, and burial was in the Roselawn cemetery, east of Springfield. Attending the funeral from Mt. Schultz and daughter. Pulaski were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mount PulaskiMr and Mrs a w a ........ -; .. Mercier, Otto B ndelo , d ughter orman Wllflam anti son or. Dn.^ -n - o- r-vqle M- -' man, Mr and Mrs Perry Hilliard I,",'= u  ..... _., ,. ,=j,u . '.. . . : . . vrs. Jonn-L, eyer ana oaugn[er, A son, i-larl JacKson, and tam- : u,, . .. .. Jr.o v.,,o y ox tmmago, were unable to Kruee be present, but called his too- "-" ther and extended best wishes., !--Plenty OJ[ SCRATCH.PADS cKt Times.News. --Scratch Pads now available o,o,o00 SIEA.00 REAL HE-MAN . _ _ Top SIRLOIN '1,70 SERVICE 1 At Its BEST! STEAKS ! FILLE? MIGNON W I iil r RY 1093DEGA T U R W, MAIN St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass at 8 a.m. Sunday, April 29th. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. I Divine Worship 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all! I ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hoffman, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class- es at 9 a.m. Divine service 10 a.m. NOTICE| All teachers of Mount Pulaski, Chestnut, Latham, Lake Fork and Cornland, who are interestel in becoming Red Cross First Aid Instructors, please contact Harold L. Hargrave at Mount Pulaski. Phone 199, evenings. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many good friends and relatives for the lovely cards and gifts received while a patient in the Deaconess hospital, Lin- coln, and since returning home. Mrs. Harold Opperman and son, Allen Harold. WORDS OF APPRECIATION On the occasion of our 25th wedding anniversary celebration at the Baptist church in Latham on Tuesday, April 17, we receiv- ed a large number of cards, let- ters, flowers and gifts from rela- tives and friends. We wish to ex- You are ahvays welcome at our services. I )ress our sincere thanks. We al- so want to thank everyone who THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH called. Robert Wilkes, Minister Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson Bible School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. WORDS OF THANKS Junior Christian Endeavor at During the time I was a sur- 6:30 p.m. gical patient in the Mercy hos- No evening service, pital, Urbana, and since return- Mid-week Prayer and Bible ing to my home southeast of  Study each Wednesday at 7:30 Mount Pulaski Thursday of last l p.m. week, many friends have kind- Merle Melton, a student preach ly remembered me with cards, er from Lincoln Bible Institute, letters, and gifts. I want to ex- will bring the morning mesage. "Study to show thyself ap- proved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." 2nd Timothy 2:15. Come join us in our worship. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Edwin L. Groenhoff, Pastor Sunday School--10:00 a.m. Worship service--11:00 a.m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meet- ing--7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir and Orchestra practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. MISS JO ANN WOOD ON TOUR WITH NORMAL BAND The Illinois State Normal Uni- versity (Normal) Concert Band, during the annual band tour on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 24 and 25th, appears at Fairbury, i Dwight, Ottawa, Spring Valley, Mendota, Princeton and Lacon. i MAmong the band members is ss Jo Ann Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood of Mount Pulaski. In the specialty numbers was the girls' brass sex- tet, which played "Royal Festival Overture," by Guentzel. Jo "Ann is a member of this sextet. !MRS. BERTHA STALEY, 75, D ED IN SPRINGFIELD Mrs. Bertha M. Staley, 75, of Springfield, died at 5:30 a.m Monday, April 23, in St. John's hospital in that city, where she had been a patient since April llth. She is survived by five dau- ghters, one of them being Mrs. Matt Gingry of Peoria, a former resident of Mount Pulaski. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 25, at 3 p.m., in the Bisch Memorial Home in Springfield. Burial was in Rose- press my sincere thanks Mrs. Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We Specialists in our line the same as your or Attorney in his line. Don't take a See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance mad Real Estate Broke Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. nlinois i You Can Broadcast This! You'll find just anything you want along our line in our store, and at attractive prices. Western Auto Associate ,DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor 2:30 "( lfiaeW  cemetery east of Spring- #U C 11 // yO SeHde I tell00 how m00ch ,. he ban00,00 =t oll ! . ,.., i t,wes. Take advaet maga--.e:*eu:ad':nleadiag keepinq 0000stem a '-- checkinq accou.00 00re, I sOOO tm  The First National Phone 491 Geo. Walcott, Opecat