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' . 2-.TF2;-NEWS 04t. imkl, re) TmRSDAY, At.. S, 1971 I Mox00r m00sm ! |Pubaohml and entexl u ...o I lclau nmr tn me post omce at[ IMout, nllnois, Nov. 1, li 1190, mtdbr the Act of Ccmlpreu [ on Mardt 9 1879. KEITH E. RICHARD3N Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor crtpU Rates ThrN Months $ I. 50 m Moaum $ 2.50 (e Test $ 5.00 Thank You Nottees $ I. 50 AdverUstng Display Rates wp rlst Bws. i ii i , ,l i L Mrs. Roger Miller of Lakewood, California has been visiting the last ten d0ys with relatiees in the ala, Mr. and Mrs. lran ,My- rick spent the Weekend at New Salem Pa, near Persburg. Mrs. Beth Hammond and children, Mark and Mei,, living south of toCm , haye moved to Kala- m.aoo, ,Michigan, ,here thy will make their fu- txe home. Mrs. Anna Neumeyer of the Anna B. Mil/kin Home, Decatur., spent from Satur- doy evening until Monday m?rng--with Mrs. Mar- , ..get Wible. She attended t chicken fry Saturday Coning and also atteWded ehqrch service at the Meth- odist Church on Sunday mornipg. The daughter, Mrs. John Baird of Deca- tur, came for her on Mon- day morning. Mrs. Martha Witt and daughter, Mary Sue of Chi- cago, visited this week with Mrs. Witt's Sister, Stella Lewis of Piasa, |11. Mr. Peters of Galesburg 'spent the week in the Meth- odist parsonage with the Roy. lind Mrs. Follis.- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Em- anuelson of Cod City and o aughters and grand- son, Visited Mrs. Leona Green and attended the Wilham reunion on Sun- day. Mrs. Jerry Hahn of Meta- mora. visited Mrs. Lottie Hahn for several days. Do , Mrs. Charles a?dpringffeid visit- ed with Mr. and Mrs. James Dodge and family over the wqend and all attended tJa |co Cream Social in Latham. Mn and Mrs. McCain of Detrqit, Mich. visited with their' sister-in-law, Mrs Ida Shull and Mrs. Mine Gruber and attended ithe McC'ain reuhion last'. Sun- day. Sunday evening supper gttests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buebler,kKathy and Wendy ", of Chestnut, were Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and L i Li ill H i i i la Debbie of Mt. Pulaski. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hahn, Diane, Melody and Larry were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ransdell and family of Witt, Ill. Sunday guests were Mrs. Hahn's parents and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. John Guise and Nelson of Ohlman, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gooding, Hillsboro, Ind. were weekend visitors, com- ing to attend the Latham ice Cream Social. They visited with the Clif Let- terlys and other relatives and friends in Latham and L Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn in Mt. Pulaski. Returning from their va- cation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothwell, Sr. report beau- tiful scenery aM sights while touring the Ozarks. Thry stopped at Eureka Springs, Silver Dollar City and the Shepherd Hill Country. Mrs. Koneta Miller, Mt. Pulaski visited with her son Richard Miller, last week in Bloomington, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daily returned home Sun- day following a vacation to the East coast. While there, they stopped at Washington, D. C., Phila- delphia, New York City, Boston, and Cape Cod. On the way home, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pugsley and family in Ro- chester, N. Y. Family Remiions Reservations for your 1972 Reunions are to be made to Mrs. John (Harriet) Bender. The fee is $5.00. The date will be reserved erie week after the date of your reunion to hold your reservation for the coming year. It not made within one week, other parties may make reservations for that date if so desi-'d Aug. 8 - Foster Families. Pavilion 2. Aug. 15- Erlenbush Re- union. Pavilion I. Aug. 22 - Danner Re- union, Pavilion 2. Aug. 29 - Dittus. Pavi- lion 1. Erlenbush reunion will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Sunday, August 15th, 11:00 a.m. at the west table. (8-12) i a ew X- lat b on If Our reporter had a balloon from which to view tle town and a pair of X- ray eyes to see all that takes place, it wouldn't be necessary to depend anybody else for help in filling! these columns with news. iBut as it is, our re- porter is grateful to those who help by volunteering to supply news items. Se!! it with a Classified Ad in the Times-News. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $ 4.2 5 Jqmte 792-5418 Moat P".dd, B. i, t I . I 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waddell, Latham, Illinois, were married August 6, 1921 at Charleston, Illinois. She was the-former Callie Crowe. There are four children and nine grandchildren. Mr. Waddell is a retired Postmaster and Mrs. Waddell isa retired Post Office clerk. An Open House for all friends and relatives will be held at the Latham Community Building, (Firehouse) on August 8, 1971 from 2 to 5 p.m. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Ethel Beidler fell and broke her hip at the Latham Estates and is now hospitalized in Lincoln at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. Her room is 212. Returns From I0 Day Trip Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin returned home Saturday from a l O-day trip to Wis- consin Dells and North Dakota where they visited a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Huff- man and son. Bill: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huff man and family: Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Huffman and family: Mr. and Mrs. Enos Huff- man and son. Paul and family : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rush and family: Mr; and Mrs. Croftin Wilham s of Mountain View, Me. They also visited in Parker, South Dakota with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilham and son. Merle. B. W. D, INSURANCE A4pat PHONE 79S - 3S16 ELECTROLBX Sales& Service B - 8 Polishers & Cmpet Beautifiers Dorothy Mantis Your represenlafive in Lit. Pulaski, Illinois Phone 79. 5647 Or 79. 5880 Logan Bartels of Latham entered the Decatur Me- morial Hospital as a medical patient. Mrs. Jack l(ilhoffer of Buffalo entered St. John's Hospital in Springfield on Saturday as a medical pa- tient. :i - r by RRBRCCA DIIIAKE Mr. and Mrs. AI Hasse- brock entertained at a wien- er roast July 24th in honor of his birthday. Those pres- ent were: Mr. and .Mrs. Allan Ruwe, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ry Miles, Warrensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hasse- brock, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hassebrock, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Hasscbrock, Emden; and Mrs. John Drake, Chestnut. Mrs. June Hein, M4"s. Virginia Sniff, and Mrs. Eleanor Johnson have re- turned from a l O-day vaca- tion, traveling 3,400 miles. They toured New Orleans, visiting the French Quarter. They arrived in Florida, staying at Melbourne Beach for three days, then taking the bus tour of Cape Ken- nedy and Cypress Gardens. They also stayed at St. Augustine, Florida, the na- tion's oldest city. At At - lanta, Georgia, they camped at Stone Mountain Park, which is 583 acres of solid granite, with figures Of Davis, Lee, and Jackson carved in the mountain. Enroute home, the women traveled through many states, making a very en- joyable trip for all. Mrs. Louise West visited Sunday afternoon in Spring- field with two long-time friends, Mrs. Daisy Karrick and Mrs. Lester Bancroft. celebrated his July 26th. : Mrs !i Stoll, Ruwe, Mrs. Anna Elsie Lakin, and xt! Irwin hosted a m eous shower in hoca Marian Stoll, dauglt Mr. and Mrs. Everett Saturday, July 31 st at the" Lutheran ' Entertainment was tae] by Miss Joan RoOS,.lh peedrformed a piano Misses Joyce Ro 1 Ruwe, w hbi Cathy Aldon duets, and who presented" a Miss Stoll will becoPf] bride of Steve Muell 4th. i tember got Mrs. Margaret. t mother of Mr. galatia! Koenig, has aOVi to our area | in Detroit, MichiSSttt years makes her home witlt] daughter, Mrs. W. D- ':i tin, Kenney. | Boy Scout .Troop hosted their Ice Crtl,l, cial Saturday night,t" ,:1 31 st at the Chestn[ he House, serving c| ice cream and to 375 people. Servittlb from 6:00 to 9:00"Bk Chestnut CommunitYr--i sponsored a Cake ri The Raffle Prizes were by: Carol Leimhadl, ,,ii ord Player; Norm Cormick, $25.00 U. [ ings Bond; and J,, Brickey, Electric --l Knife. An award for,p went to t,.-. ati Ticket Sales HiShL0_  Vradenburg and fie Sales to Mike ,.t Belated Birthday wishes Each won a Battery to iLuis', F. Leimbach, who, tern. (Cominue d I Use Our NIGHT DEPOSITORY OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY - 7 DAYS A WEEK ,q First National Bank Federal Depoait Insurance lnereMed to $20,000 PHONE 792-3216 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS