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TI MOUNT PULASKI 'lIMES- NEWS, MOUNT P -ULASKL ILIJNOIS THUBSDAY, ...... __ J tend the district meeting in the II' !" 1"1"   :lD ] Legion home at Chestnut on Fri- I . ll;i D  I day, June 15, at 1:30 p.m. . v  I The Past Noble Grand Club of . Z Central Rebekah Lodge will meet ervice lviothers of World War I Monday evening, May 28, at 7:30 II will meet at the Tomlinson p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Rec Friday, May 25, at 8 p.m. Snyder. Hostesses will be Mrs. Eugene Connolley, Mrs. John Hassebrock Sr., and Mrs. Ellis A. Downing. BIRTItS Mrs. Edwin Rentschler of the In St. John's hospital, Spring- Chestnut vicinity, was hostess' field, Wednesday, May 16, a dau- Wednesday afternobn, May 16, to I ghter was born to Mr and Mrs. members of the Chestnut Home lGeorg e McGee of Mount Pulaski Bureau. Mrs. Steve Southern as- [vicinity Sisted her. Mrs. Elmer Roos and J A son was born Sunday May Mrs. Merritt Williams assisted l20, in St Clara's hospital', Lin- Mrs. Walter Jaggi in an or-Icoln, to "Mr. and Mrs. Edward tginal skit dramatming the ma-, Koehler, Chestnut. Second child. lesson, "'Home Care of the They now have a boy and girl Sick." Mrs. Edward yon Thunl Mrs. Koehler is the former Doris demonstrated the minor lesson, IHahn of Mount Pulaski. "Hard Meringues." Guests werel Word has been received here Mrs. M. J. Brundays of Chicago. of the birth of a son to Mr. and In June a district meeting will Mrs. James Simpson of Concord, i be held in Chestnut. Announce- Calif., Sunday, May 13. "Jim" ment later, is a former Mount Pulaski resi- Members of the Never-Grow- dent. Old society will meet on Friday, Mount Pulaski relatives have June 1, at 2:30 p.m., with Mrs. received news from San Diego, Frank Shoup. Assisting hostess Calif., that a son was born re- will be Mrs. Robert E. Buckles cently to Mr. and Mrs. Willis Holmes Jr., formerly of Mount The Woman's Society of the Pulaski. The baby, born in Mercy Chestnut Methodist church, will hospital, has been named Rich- have charge of the worship serv- ard Lynn. ices Sunday morning, May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bauer, De- The new officers for the coming eatur, are the parents of a dau- year will be installed, ghter born May 16 in the Decat- ur-Macon county hospital. The Mount Pulaski Home Bureau, new arival has been named Unit I, will not meet Friday, June Sarah Ruth. Mrs. Bauer is former- 1. Instead, the members will at- ly from Niantic. Just look at tJe features in this Frigidaire 800;o cu. FT. SrANOMRp MOOEL CASH PRICE $24435 EASY TERMs Powered by World Famous Meter-Miser Mechanism Large Super-Freezer Quickube Ice Trays Rust-resisting shelves Large, deep Hydrator Simplest cold-making mechanism ever built - gives you SAFE Cold from top to bottom. Has 5-Year Worrantyl Adjustable Cold Control Cold-Storage Tray Removable half shelf Porcelain finish interior Methodist Centennial-- (Continuea n-urn page 1) Wait and Mrs. Francis Myrick. The afternoon was devoted to the ministry of music as well as the reading of letters from former pastors and friends. A basket dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour and a feature of the dinner was a beautiful Centennial Birthday cake (see Pictorial Section) prepared by the Ey Bakery. It represented an open Bible with the names of the first and the present pastors inscribed. A Centennial souvenir booklet was distributed at both services and carried a brief history of the church, list of pastors, present officers and pictures of the three churches, church interior, choir and high ranking church men. The pastor and church mem- bers join in expressing apprecia- tion to the many friend who at- tended the Centennial, and to all who sent their best wishes for the continued services of the church in the new century just begun. Rev. and Mrs. Neumeyer were very happy and proud to have with them on this day, their son and two daughters with their families. PEW. F. E. NEUMEYER ASKED TO RETURN Following the very successful Centennial observance at the Mount Pulaski Methodist church Sunday, May 20, 1951, the fourth quarterly conference of the local church was held at 4 p.m., in charge of the Springfield dis- trict superintendent, Rev. Ray Ragan, of Springfield. At this time it was voted unanimously to have the present pastor, Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, re- turn fol his 15 year. The following church officials were elected for the coming year: Trustees--Albert Shellhammer, John T. Hershey, Clair Carter, H. V. Wynd, Louis E. Schafer, Fred Zelle, Roland Halstead, Glenn Roers and Morrell Deibert. Stewards -- Harold Donnan, Zane Shelton, Miss Louise Ey, Mrs. Harry Long, Mrs. Emmitt Shellhammer, Mrs. Harold Don. nan, Andrew Wiggers, J. Bertel Heft, Van Froehlich, Dean Scott, Julian Sams, Dale Ingram, Fran-  cis Myrick, John Gulso, Jr., Wal- ter Dannenberger, Mrs. Norman] Horn and Vaughan Walch. The various committees for the year were also elected. CARD OF THANES We wish to express our heart- felt thanks to the many good friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness, and for syrnpa'. thies extended, during the long illness and following the death of our beloved father, Henry C. Maxheimer. The Family. Birthday Dinner For Altamont Relative SoftBall About 40 relatives gathered at the Legion home in Mount Pu- laski, Sunday. May 20, to assist All persons who are in the celebration of the 76th in playing softball this birthday of Mrs. Susanna Wolf are reminded to of Altamont. Mrs. Wolf is the Roman C. Romer's by mother of Mrs. Wilbert Yagow. May 26. In order to The guests arrived about noon for expenses a oi  of' the potluck dinner. The follow- asessea at tne ime _' ing attended:- An attempt_ is telnag Springfield--Mr. and Mrs. Estle [ hie the oftball une Eshmael Mr and Mrs Albert J p y on l uesaay, J. e ' - " -- .- will be prayed at theJ teccu ana son tiaroio, i ..... :-, Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J ecreaun t:enzer i'  - - - i reams ana prayers Langenoann. t ...... - r .......... In tne Hmes-ews, w neeierrnr, ana ars. teem-^1 t hart Wolf and children, Irene, J st . ..... Doflald Joan and Elaine. o *rnere wait De an . ' ......... zor young Doys ana * Ahamonl -- ars usan WOlI, ....... e *e-o - " "'" -Mrs ana all mierested ar tn n norea guesi" r. ana ........ ittu ' . to contact iooert t; Erwm Wolf and children Lore ..... ' tz any players irom and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf and daughter Kathleen, Mrs. August Wolf, sons Wayne, Will and Walter. Baltimore, Md.--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pencek and children, Paul and Ruth Ann. Mount Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs Theodore Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson, sons Steve and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Yagow. season have not shirts to the sponsors, asked to do so at once. GRADUATES AT ILLINOIS STATE At commencement Sunday, June 3, at 3 Eastern Illinois Charleston, 262 seniorS receive the Bachelor in Education degree. ed from Logan count ALR.wT T. W]"]']: Chestnut: Dorcas ....... - ......... w , ren, Music, German. 49, DIED TUESDAY I Mount Pulaski: Ba . ] Hargis General (two Albert Louis Rentfro, 49, dieo ll ' '^-- at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, May z, I - A 1951, in the Macon County T.B. I1Poen nv v e,-Cfl  "' 1 -- v -- sanitarium, Decatur, arter fai-' SA'U-RD'AY IAY ing in health for several years. The WSCS of the He lived in Mount Pulaski the Methodist church, ast two years with his sister, Food Sale on Mrs. Stanley Tuggle on the south in Obery's Store, side of the square. He was re-2 p.m. moved to the sanitarium several weeks ago'. Mr. Rentfro was born Sept. 20, 1901 in Niantic, Ill., a son of W. E. and Martha Cameron Rentfro. ! Decedent is survived by one borther. Clarence, of Decatur, and :three sisters, Mrs. Stanley Tuggle of Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Connolley Hickman and Mrs. Frank McGif- fin. Decatur. Funeral services were held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in the J. J. Moran & Sons funeral home Decatur. Burial was made in the Greenwood cemetery, in Decatur. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION FOR MRS. URIAH TENDICK Wednesday, May 16, marked the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Uriah Tendick, North Marion Street, and in celebration of the event a dinner was served on Thursday at her home. Those present included: 'Mrs. Frank Hamman, Decatur, Mrs. Walter Yantos, East Peoria; Mrs. Lottie Sexton, Mrs. Nell Bentley, Mrs. Renzy McCoy, Lincoln; Mrs. F. W. Reinders, city. Regrets were received from Mrs. Frank Rentschler, Rochester. no work Ftur i. 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