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I.-TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pul__mdd, ILL, THURSDAY, YUNE 15, 1961 LATHAM COMMUNITY By Mrs. Otis G. Howe. St. HOWE REUNION-- The Howe Reunion was held Sunday, June 11, in Tomlinson Recreation Center, Mt. Pulaski with a good attendance. Those present were: Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Abner Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Howe and Mrs. Otis G. Howe, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howe, Mrs. Virgie Dearer and children, Mrs. W, D. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe, Keith Howe and daughter; Latham: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Let- retie and four sons, Ralph Buck- and Susan, Miss Kathy Buck- les, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howe-and daughter, .Mr. and Wm. Hawk and Sue, James (Skip). Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. John Howe and daughter. Warrensburg: Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe and sons, Mr. and Mrs. jack Howe, who later in the aft- emoon attended the wedding of Mike Johnston in Harristown. Mrs. Farrel Buckles son Paul Curtis. Decatur: Mrs. Chas. Davis and Sons, Mrs. Joyce Brown and son, Earlene Edwards, Ernest ley and Stephen Staley, a guest of the Dan Howes, Dr. and Mrs. L V. Grissoni and Dr. and Mrs. Leo Grissoni. Mr. Abner Howe was the oldest person present and Larry Letterle the youngest at 3 weeks. It was voted to have the next re- tin ion in the fire house at Lath- .am. A wiener roast was planned to be held in the Tomlinson Recreation Center. New officers were elected as :follows: Cletus Howe, president; Kenneth Howe, vice-president and Eugene Letterle, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe and are moving the last of the to Lexington, Ky. Mr. son of the Otis G. Howe's, transferred from the De- Signal Depot. Richard Howe left by bus for South West, Wash. to work in the Pea Harvest. Richard plans to return to college in the fall. : Mrs. Robert Swisher and family are visiting in the Ralph Buckles They will go to Lincoln to- day to visit with his mother, Mrs. Lcille Swisher, before returning to their home in St. Marie, Ill. Swisher is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Buckles. The Latham Methodist Church MYF plan to go to New Salem ate Park for a picnic Sunday, $une 18th. A program will be at the Open-Air Theatre in park. This is sponsored by District MYF. The Bishops players from Santa Barbara, Calif. will put on the play, "An Epi- sode of Sparrows."  Sunday will conclude the Bible ool at Methodist Church, with &: program during Sunday School We must say good bye to Rev. Bernard' Wahl and family as they are leaving for their new church in Colchester. We wish them the of everything and we have having them in our corn- Methodist Church will : Welcome their new pastor Rev. Paul DuBois, from Blue Mound, Sunday, June 18th. Thank you, H.A.K., for your Enjoy your Austin News, I'm almost a stranger this area. . The Latham Home Bureau will in the home of Mrs. Oscar June 21st. Mrs. Scott Fel- will have the major lesson ,rjrsonal Clothing Plan". Roll call is your "Favorite Summer md Mrs. John Scheetz and Kent Hampton, Mr. and Frank Wachter, drove to lle, Me. Sunday to visit Scheetz's sister, and other rel- atives, Mr Erna Pruesse and families. / Deltcmte: A device for put- g a rich man's money in cir- lation. Vacuum: A lot of nothing shut abox. MINERVA DOWNEY DIED AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Minerva J. Downey', 91, of Lincoln, Ill., died at 1 p.m. Mon- day, June 12, 1961, in the Dea- coness Memorial Home in that city. Minerva J. French was born Nov. 28, 1869, in the French's Chapel community, northwest of Mount Pulaski, the daughter of Ezekial and Caroline Alexander French. In Lincoln on Feb. 5, 1891, she was united in marriage to George T. Downey. He preced- ed her in death in 1944. She was a member of the First Methodist Church, Lincoln. Decedent is survived by two sons, Raymond H., of Decatur and George D., of Elmhurst; three daughters, Mrs. Grace McKinley of Chestnut; Mrs. Arehie Fort- man of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Loren Reeder of Maywood; one brother, Daniel H. French of Inglewood, Calif; 16 grandchild- ren and three great-grandchild- ren. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, in the Holland and Barry Funeral Home in Lincoln, the Rev. H. Sheldon Pattison, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiat- ing. Burial was made in Union Cemetery at Lincoln. ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT ZION CHURCH SUNDAY An ice cream social will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday, June 18, serving to start at 5 p.m. This is being spon- sored by the young people of the church. Ice cream, sandwiches, homemade pie and cake will be served. PILGRIMAGE TO MASONIC HOME ! The Illinois Masonic Home in Sullivan will be host to the an- nual pilgrimage of Masonic mem- bers and friends to the home on Sunday, June 25th. Tours of the home and grounds will be conducted during the day. There will be provisions for ac- commodating picnic groups and food will be available at concess- ion stands on the grounds. During the afternoon-endow- ment fund gifts will be present- ed, and the Shrine Rand of Ainaid Temple of East St. Louis, will play. Guests for the day will be the Most Worshipful Grand Master of the State of Illinois, Paul R. Stephens of Rushville, and his corps of officers. A number of Mount Pulaski Masons plan to attend this an- nual event at Sullivan. ICE CREAM SUPPER I An ice cream social will be f held at Elkhart High School on Thursday night, June 22, at 6:30. From 8:30 'till 11:30 there will be a free dance with music man Girdlers Band. Home: A place to go others joints have closed. AMMO TRIAZOLE WEED KILLER Kills Canada Thistles, Sow Thistles, Nut Gra Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Many Other 1 - lb. Box - $3.50 Banafly Syrup for Killing Flies 4-oz. Bottle $75c - 16-oz. OPERA BUS SEATS STILL AVAILABLE There are still bus seats avail- able for the Opera, "The Great Waltz," at St. Louis, Me. July 3, sponsored by the Music Unit of the Woman's Club. Those want- ing to go should leave their name and money with Sheldon Copeland at the First National Bank. or with Mrs. Ellis Wood. This should be done right away as the time is drawing near. The bus will leave at 12:30 p.m. from the Coffee Shop in Mount Pulaski. There will be no stop for lunch on the way. There may be a 10 or 15 minute rest period at the half-way line. A second bus will be available if needed. --,c MACKEY'S ..,0o BANAFLY FACE-FLY CONCENTRATE DDUVP for Killing Face-Flies on CaUle 50c Package. Quart Size $3.65 Mt. 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