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:y mu J CLUB NOTES The Junior Woman's Club will their next meeting at the Cod Restaurant near De- Catur, on Thursday, Oct. 5 at .:30 pan. There will be no Aug- tt or September meetings. " The Past Noble Grands will facet Monday, Aug. 28 at 7:30 p. al. at the home of Mrs. Harold Thornton. The Sil-Tennial Belles will hold their regular meeting Wednesday, Atlg. 23, at 2 p.m. Important bus- matters will be discussed. $th ANNUAL BECK ION AUGUST 6 D_.e 25th annual Wilham Beck ,yuon was, held Sunday, Aug. .la Manners Park at Taylorville 95 present. il Wilham Mount Pulaski elected president for the next years. Those attending were: Cynthia Wilham, Mr. and Scott and son, Mr. and Ted Shane and daughter, and Mrs. Warren Biee, Mr. C. G. Trotter, all of Riv- Mr. and Mrs. David linis, and Mrs. Ira Green, Thayer; and Mrs. Darwin Hickman Son of Sioux Rapids, Iowa; and Mrs. Wayne Crosier Son of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Wilham and children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lar- and daughter, Mrs. Robert son, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Scott and children, Spring- Huffman of Strau- Mrs. Willis Laatsch Children of Buffalo; Mr. and Gary Cyrulik of Chestnut; Mrs. Gene Beck and son Mrs. Bertha Beck, of Mr. and Mrs. Gay- Green, Illiopolis; Mr. and Raymond Smith and child- of East Lynn, Ill.; Mr. and Albert Sagle and sons of Corer of Pekin; Mr. and Dean Cyrulik and son, Mrs. Green, Mr. and /vim. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schahl, and Mrs. Dean Wilham and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilham, Mrs. Wayne Wilham and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny and son, Kathleen Coog- Gibbs, Glenn Purvi- all of Mount Pulaski, and, of Springfield. were presented to the old- Cynthia Wilham; the Mark Hoyt; the largest present, Mrs. Cynthia Wil- tUad the farthest distance, Myrtle Huffman of Strau- North Dakota. DINN rkRIES basket dinner was held Sun- 6, at Faries Park, De- present were: ulaski: Mr. and ,Mrs. Nor- and children, Sonny, and Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. Harl and daughters Barbara Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Edward and children, Sandy and Mr. and Mrs. Howard and daughter Joyce, and Bruce. were received froin Mr. Ralph Perry and Mr.i Kenneth Bruce, of De- 'iIED MONDAY FROM 4 IR BOVEY, MINN, a and Mrs Ra Kannas of '41h, vnnn., who had come to Ill, on a short visit, stop- , . Mount Pulaski recently Ited relatives, Mr. and , herbert Aye,r s and family, rs. Karmas grandmother, , Charles Weller Mrs Kan- 1 t . q I  he former Phyllis Weller, '1." Pulaski . V were" accompanied to  by Mrs. Ayers, who visited 1  out 10 days with her cous- A" Makinen. Mrs. Wayne earne home Monday night. CtlICKEN SUPPER of the Cornland Church will hold their Iried chicken supper in basement on Wednes- 13. Serving will be. pa. (9-7) HANDLIN FAMILY REUNION HELD The 39th annual reunion of the descendants of the late Daniel D. and Lucinda Margaret Buckles Handlin, who lived near Lake Fork, was held Sunday, Aug. 6, 1961, in the basement of the Lake Fork grade school, the hostess being Mrs. Winifred Barger of Elkhart. A basket dinner was served at noon. The following were present: Lincoln: Miss Flora Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Handlin and family, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Baker, Mrs. W. C. Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Handlin, Myrle Handlin, Mrs. Marvel Camel and children. Springfield: Mrs. Lela Grace Handlin, Mrs. Myrtle Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwin. Madison, Wis: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Goodwin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Husted and dau-i ghter. Elkhart: Mrs. Winifred Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cherry and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuiten and sons, and Anita Bohn. Arlington Heights: Miss Mary S. Handlin. Illiopolis: Mr. and Mrs. James Morning and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gordy and son, and Rob- ert Handlin. Wood River: Mrs. Lucille Hust- ed and son Richard. The 40th annual reunion will be held the first Sunday in Au- gust, 1962, with Mrs. Myrtle Handlin, in Springfield. JULIAN RAY SHULL MARRIED JAN. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lane of 1114 E. Lafayette, Bloomington, announce the marriage of their daughter, Carlyne Kay to Julian Ray Shull, son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shull of 712 S. Bunn St., Bloomington. The couple was married Jan. 22, 1961 in Dana, Ind. The bride attended the Bloom- ington high school. The groom is a graduate of the Bloomington high shool and is employed by the Lane Construction Co. Their home address is 707 W. Front St., Bloomington, Ill. Julian Shull is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hans- flow of Mt. Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Shull of R.R., Lincoln. BASTINS BACK FROM 15-DAY TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin and granddaughter, Vickie Sue, resid- ing southwest of the city, arrived home last Friday after an auto trip and vacation of 15 days thru 10 states, and into Saskatchewan, Canada. In Elwood, Nebr., they made a short visit with Mrs. Oscar 13o- zarth, the former Stella Matthews of Mt. Pulaski, and Lincoln. Mrs. Bozarth is a niece of Mrs. Richard Harper of Mt. Pulaski. The Bastin's spent three days in Yellowstone Park. And in Chey- enne, Wyo. they attended the big Rodeo. At points in North Dakota they enjoyed visit with four nephews and their families. They were, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Huffman and Bill Huffman. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe are parents of a daughter, born Wed- nesday, Aug. 10 in DMC hospital, Decatur. She has been named Susan Elizabeth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott, Mt. Pulaski, nod Mr. and Mrs, Cleatus Howe of Latham. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolcott, Jr. are parents of a son, born on Sunday, Aug, 13, in St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robson of Fairfield, are parents of a son, David Lee, born Aug. 3. The grandmother is Mrs. Chloe Robson of Lincoln, formerly of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNabb are parents of a son, born in the ALM Lincoln, Sunday, Aug. 13. TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST HOSPITAL NEWS home, Lincoln, with the Rev. John anied by his daughter T. Burns oficiating. Burial was don Prentice of Seattle, Mrs. Jerry Sams returned to her made in the Union Cemetery, Lin- His wife is the former coin, Ill. home east of the city, last week- emiller of Mt. Pulaski. end after being a patient in the ()zJ of the sons, Harold McMath unable to attend the Memorial Hospital at Springfield. of Phoenix, Ariz., who came to Mrs. John Dillsaver was a Lincoln to attend the funeral of N O T I C E I patient last week in St. John's his mother, came to Mount Lion Club members anc Hospital, Springfield. Pulaski vicinity on Wednesday ers who have Sil-Tennial tlesi Ed Moore of Lake Fork enter- night for an overnight visit in money still out, please ed the St. Clara's hospital Sun- the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. to Fred Paolone at the day, for medical care. Le.gh W. Lucas, being accomp- clothing store, by next Wilbur G. Smith of Chestnut, owne of Smith Implement Co. in Mt. Pulaski, has been a patient about 10 days at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. He underwent Bill's Barber " surgery, there, the first of this week. He is in the Methodist Hos- pital, Room 310. Mrs. Smith is in Rochester with her husband. NOW OPEN FOR MINNIE McMATH, 91, DIED AT LINCOLN On South Washington .-- One Door Mrs. Minnie McMath. 9L of Sottth of Times-News Lincoln, Ill., died at 5:05 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 6, 1961, in the ALM hospital, Lincoln. She was born March 29, 1870, OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS near Hartsburg, daughter of Em- manuel and Mary MeL00el Woland. ARE WELCOME v Her marriage to John McMath took place March 4, 1891. He pre- ceded her in death Nov. 5, 1951. They farmed near Hartsburg for HOURS: Open Every Day . 8:00 am. to 5:30  :: many years before moving to Lin- Wednesday Close at 7:00 p.m, coin. Close rturelay at 6:00 p.m. Surviving are four sons, two 11 grandchildren, and -4 great.grandchilden. B ! L L T A T E Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 1:30 p.m. in the Holland & Barry funeral L OK! 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