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PAUL EIGHT + TI MOUI PULAS TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASB:L ILLINOIS THURSDAY, m FREDERICK W. HAHN + DESCENDANTS HOLD ANNUAL REUNION Descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Hahn held their 26th annual family reunion Sunday, August 19, 1951, at the Tomlinson Recreation Center in Mount Pulaski. :: Twenty.two families, with a total of 60 members, responded Secretary and Treasurer, Miss i Pearl Dierker. The 1952 reunion will be held the third Sunday in August, at the same place. ICE CREAM SOCIAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 The public is cordially invited to attend an ice cream social on Friday, August 24 at the Tom- linson Recreation Center. Serving will be from 6 to 9 p.m. The the roll call. The oldcst mere- social is sponsored by the Junior her present was Mrs. Julia Walther League of Zion Luther- Sch tl, and the youngest was la n church. Cheryl Elaine Stoll, daughter of[ ___- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll. [WILL HOLD BAKE SALE : At noon a basket dinner was I esurav a,arm-r o+h served. All enjoyed an afternoon I'-u''h"':7.7+':,'.lan" East- " W v  ...... of wsitmg. Those present ere:l .... L','u': v: "'-  ......... v-].. . o.A xJt. waan [ ern tar lo(lge Will SpOllLJI a "'" ...................................... llto-- Electric Dlerker, Miss Pearl Dierker, Mr. aKcloS  uta3k'on aturday, n md Mrs. Walter Shroeder, sons Wilford and Loren. Pekin: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glulck. Bloomington: Mrs. Howard Wleland. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll and children, Dennis and Cheryl Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dlttus, sons Victor and Wilford, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Awe, Mr. and Elmer Schaffenacker and son Howard. Elkhart: Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Awe and children Carl and Paul- ine, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Awe and children Paul, Doris, Ruth, Donald and Vera. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mr Wilbert H. Schahl, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick, Donald and Lois Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hergert and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dittus and son Will- iam, Mr. and Mrs. August Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick + and son Billy, Miss Emma Hahn, Miss Lottie Hahn, Linda Tendick, Mrs. Julia Schahl, Miss Norma Schahl, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn and daughters, Mary Lee and Karmin. The following officers were elected for the 1952 reunion: President, Albert Awe; Vice. Elmer Schaffenacker" :August 25. Sale begins at 10 a.m. BURGLARS ENTER ELKHART ELEVATOR Sometime Wednesday night, of last week, burglars broke into the elevator of Allison & Comp- any, in Elkhart. They the safe and cash register and took $4.00 out of the coke ma- chine. This was there only loot. LOGAN COUNTY COUNCIL AMERICAN LEGION TO MEET The Logan County Council of the American Legion will hold its regular monthly meeting in Hartsburg. Thursday, Aug. 30th. The Hartsburg Post No. 1146 is l also celebrating its annual Home coming, so at this meeting the usual refreshments and enter- tainment will be dispensed with. CARD OF APPRECIATION To our many good neighbors, relatives and friends we want to express our sincere thanks for the cards, letters, flowers and gifts received while patients in the Deaconess hospital and since returning home on August 17th. Mrs. Kenneth Lakin, and son Roger Wayne. OLD TIME SQUARE DANCE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, SFXIMBI 5 ontlm American Legion Dance Floor ''--' DANCING "9 A.M. TO MID/GI --Music by--- JIMMY POWELL AND HIS HILLRILLY RAILERS MITTELSTEADTS HOLD ]gnermaerlof" the relationship ANNUAL REUNION l unabte to attend yere: Mr. and [Mrs. Norman Schahl, daughters. The annual Mittelsteadt fam:[Janet and Judy, city; Mr. and ily reunion was held on Saturda) { Mrs. Clifford Schahl and son. Mr. evening, August 11, at the Tom-land Mrs. Paul Schroeder, Lin- linson Recreation Center. Mount Pulaski, with a potluck dinner at 6 o'clock. The oldest member present was Mrs. Matilda Mittetsteadt, and the youngest, Roger Lee, 4- Weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mittelsteadt. The follow. ing attended:- Manasoneck, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mittelsteadt. Racine, Wis.: Mr. and Mrs Dar- rell Groesten and daughter Pat- ty Joplin, Mo.: Dr. and Mrs. Rob- ert L. Howard, sons Douglas and David. Rockford: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mittelsteadt. Palos Heights, Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mittelsteadt and daughter Judy. Peoria: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sealoff. Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Voile, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kribbs and daughters Pauline Roberta and Charlotte Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Volle and daughter, Patty. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mittelsteadt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Mittelsteadt, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mittelsteadt and son Roger Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Yagow. Mount Pulaski: Mrs. Maltida Mittlesteadt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sehmidt, sons Richard and Ger- ald, daughters, Wilma and Helen Louetta and Shirley Schahl, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Hoffmann. son Bruce and daughter Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stoeckel. sons Loren and Charles and dau- coln; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Barnhall. Miss Patricia Mittel- steadt, Fort'Wayne, Ind.; David Mittelsteadt. Palos Heights. --Don't fail to present your ing problems to Mrs. at LANES from 9 an. to August 31. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of MrS. Lakin who passed away years ago August 24. Parents, Brothers and sister ... Announcement.,. DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST will have office hours Saturday nights from 7 to 10 P.M. at the office of Dr E H Cox in MoUV" Pulaski. Call 1"8R" for appointmen EYES EXAMINED GLASSES Sweeter T. Wiagen AUCTIONEER In business since 1935 PHONE 48F3 Lincoln, Ill. R.R. 4 DR. H, H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PlqIICIAN 501 S. Washington St. Office Hours: 9:30 am. to 12 1:30 p.m. to S pJn. Phone 84 Iumt Pulaski Let's go to Sunday School and church, Sunday. An Important Lesson In Living .... One of the most important parts of young" sters' growing up, is learning how to handle money! Properly administered and with parents' help, the child's own bank account plus the interest it earns, can provide the means to extra instruction in music, dane" ing, etc. -- and po'int out the way to further studies after high schooI. Open a savings account for your child now, to grow  to save -- to succeed on ! FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corporation Friendly Advice To Telephone Patrons DON'T BE IN TOO BIG A HURRY---when plac- ing a call let the phone ring at least 7 times. LOOK UP NUMBER BEFORE CAI.J.J:NG--it will save both you and the operator wasted time. 4-HOUR SERVICE--is at your "phone-tips" and +:+:: ,:- whether day or night this service is always available. Mount Pulaski Telephone Co. SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS Dale Boyd, Service Manager of Burns Mid-Town Chevrolet, has added to his shop another trained Chevrolet Mechanic. Mr. Don Hohenstein who has more than twelve years experience with Chevrolet in the Ser- vice Department. Dale says we are equipped to give complete mechan" ical service to your Cars, Trucks and Tractors. BE SURE YOU GET GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS AND SERVICE OVER HAULING MOTOR TUNING CHECK UPS GREASING WASHING TIRE REPAIRS GASOLINE COMPLETE LINE PARTS BURNS MID-TOWN I Phone 167 ON ROUTE $6 West Edge ELIAPOLIS, AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE I ii i i