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PAGK EIGHT MOUI PUI.ASrr TIMLq- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, llJJlqoIS THURSDAY, ,r HOLMES FAMILY REUNION AUG. 5 The 27th annual reunion of descendants of Williams and Mary Turner Holmes will be held Sunday, August 5. at the Tom- linson Recreation Center. Beverages. table service tex- cept silverware, and a special treat will be provided by the general arrangements commit- tee composed of Russell Curtis, Mount Pulaski; Lloyd Marshall of Lake Fork, and Frank Thomp- son of Buffalo. A basket dinner will be served at noon. 1951 officers are: Robert Lee Holmes. Gettysburg, S.D., presi- dent; Earl Holmes, Chestnut, vice president; Mrs. Delward Leim- bach, Maroa, secretary and treas- urer. HOSPITAL NEWS After being a surgical patient for 37 days in St. John's hospital in Springfield, and visiting for a week in that city with his son Wilbur. and family, Carl Schmidt returned to his home on North Washington street several days ago. Oscar Rickords, Elkhart town- ship farmer, who lives on the Mrs. Clara Glose farm four miles west of Mount Pulaski, sustaine( injuries Thursday afternoon of last week while combining his wheat. He was caught between a truck and the combine when the combine was accidentally re- versed. Mr. Rickords was remov- ed in the Schahl ambulance to St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, for emergency treatment. His neck and shoulders were badly bruis- ed. He returned home Saturday. Mrs. Lee Gasaway was dismis- sed Monday from St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln, where she had been a patient about 10 days. Irvin Rowland, Jr., entered the Veteran's Administration Hospit- al at Dwight, Monday, for medi- cal treatment. Mrs. Harold Donnan was ad- mitted Tuesday to St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, as a medical patient. William Sargeant entered St. Clara's hospital onTuesday for medical treatment. Word from St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, this Thursday morning, is that B. H. Keck remains in a serious condition. . BIRTHS o In Arlington, Va., on June 20, a son was born to Com. and Mrs. Elmore F. Higgins, Jr. This is their second child, both boys. The baby has been named Fred- erick Meister Higgins. The mo- ther was formerly Mary Frances Meister of Mount Pulaski. A daughter was born Sunday, Simmons And Simpson Have "Rose Marie" Leads Simmons James ,talma $oarme Simmons of Illiopolis and James Sire .pm_ of Beardstown, will sing the l.eading roles .in "ROSE M.A:R..IE" third and final offer- ing of the Springfield Mummpal Opera thin summer. The operetta, which features the familiar music of Rudolph FrimL will open on August 1st for four (4) nights "under the stars" at Lake Springfield. Simmons, who sang the role of Shirley Vernon in last year's Muny Opera production of "Lady, Be Good" has studied at James Miliikin University in Decatur, and at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington. Mr. Simpson, who spent last winter in France, studying voice with Madame Gills, is a graduate of Carlton College and of the Juilliard School of Music. During his three years in New York he was soloist at the Fifth Presbyterian Church and St. Thomas Epis- copal Church. Summers he spent in Chautauqua with the Oratorio Society of New York. The cast of "ROSE MARIE" also includes Lynn _ of Edinburg; Richard Wood, Libertyville; Wendell Kesslc,, arn; Helen J. Coates, Auburn; Lois Baker, Lincoln; Creel Dougtass, Ann Gafltgan and Jack Duffy, of Springfield. All seats ar -eserved for the performances of 'qROSE MARIE" and are on Lincoln. Bloomington, Decatur, JacksonviUe, /.Jtehfleld an: : and at Thrifty Drug Store Lobby, Springfield. Mail orders m- . _ _t,ed at 230 S. Sixth St., Springfield, the Munici- pal Opera Office. Tickets are priced at $2.00; $1.50 and $1.00 each, tax included. July 22. in St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodman, Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mr Alfred Maxheim- er, Mount Pulaski, are parents of a son, born Thursday, July 19, in St. Clara's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Carter of near Waynesville are parents of a son, first child, born Thursday, July 19, in Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. The Carter's are former Mount Pulaski residents. On Sunday, July 20, in Men- nonite hospital, Bloomington, a son, Donald Dee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brown of that city. The mother was the former Joan Beggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Beggs of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Etherton of Buffalo are parents of a son, born Monday, July 23, in St. John's ospital, Springfield. APPRECIATION I want to express my sincere thanks to the friends and neigh- bors for their many cards, let- ters and gifts, received while a patient in the St. Clara's hospit- al. Lincoln, and sincereturning home with my baby son, Dale Lester. Mrs. Alfred Maxheimer. Sweeter T. Wiggers AUCTIONEER In businu8 since 19"35 PHONE 48F3 LmcoL., m. 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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- ing7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir and Orchestra practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Sunday School at 9 A. M. Worship Service 10 a.m. You are cordially invited to the services of our church. Remember the Sunday School and Church picnic to be held Sunday, July 29, a 12 o'clock noon at the Tomlinson Recrea- tion Center. Please bring a cov- ered dish, sandwiches, and your own table service. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Bey. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Worship 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Re. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass at 9 a.m. Sunday, July 29 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hotfman, Pcetor Sunday School and Bible Class. es at 9 a.m. Divine worship charge of Dr. G. president of the nary, Springfield, preach in the absence tor. You are always services. TllZ Robert Wilkes, Bible School 9:30 a.ra. Worship Junior and Ser deavor 5 to 7:30 p.m. E'ening services at Mid-week Prayer Study Wednesday . p. m. WORDS OF During the 37 days surgical patient in the hospital, Springfield, returning to my good friends and ly remembered me letters, gifts, and eallg ly appreciate their ness and want to expre cere thanks. carl Mrs. John RomanottO, and daughter Janice, Tuesday from where they visited for with her parents, Mr. Ivan See. YOU a007" W/./. 00rttg00 KINDS OZO IN 00llS MAOI FOR ON00" ,4 - WEE/00 $140PPlNG/ SpcKe for 41 Ibs. frozen food Twin, deep, sliding Hydrato. Exclusive Quickube Ice Trays FRIGIDAIRE'S METER-MISER MECHA NI' --pr oil foods in all 3 cold with SAFE Cold-from one to the next. Full-width Chill Cluse-grilled bnll shelves, rust-resista" New design with : blue and chrome Come Inl Learn about all the new Fri Frigidaire 8.1 cu. ft. Master Model Shown