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PAGE TWELVE THE MOIITr PUI.AS][Z - NEWS. MOIIIIT PtJI.ASEL 12.MHGIS DAY, ii il DESCENDANTS OF LUDWIG HAHN'S 27TH ANNUAL REUNION Descendants of Ludwig and Fredericka Zelle Hahn, who were residents of Havana and Mount Pulaski vicinity, held their 27th annual family reunion at the American Legion Home in Mt. Pulaski on Sunday, August 12, 1951, with 36 members present to enjoy the basket dinner' at noon. William Siltman of Bath was the oldest member present and Wilbur Glick Jr., of Mount Pu- laski was the youngest. Officers elected for the 1952 reunion are: Louis Siltman of Havana, President; Mrs. Fred Dierker, Kilbourne, secretary; Mrs. Marie Hudson, Springfield, treasurer and Mrs. Wm. DeSpain of Mount Pulaski, historian. It was decided to hold the '52 reunion in Havana on the sec- ond Sunday in August. The following attended: Peoria: Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sandman and son Gary, Havana: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Siltman and daughter Norma, Mr. and Mrs. George Glick and daughter Dorothy Mae, Mrs. Mar- garet Greenslate, Miss Loueta Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glick. Kilbourne: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dierker. Bath: Mr." and Mrs. Donald Siltman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siltman, William Siltman. Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. John Glick and daughter Marian. Elkhart: James Lee. Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Vaughn, Mrs. Marie Hod- son. Lawndale: Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Hahn. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Glick and son Wilbur; Mrs. Minnie Glick, Fred H. Hahn, John Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. William DeSpain. OLD TIME SQUARE DANCE SEPTEMBER 5th On Wednesday night, Sept. 5, just before the opening date of the annual Fall Festival, an old TEXAS VISITORS ARE ENTERTAINED AT PICNIC DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Don Wible, son Terry, and daughter, Diane, left Tuesday morning for their home in Dallas, Texas, following a vis- it of several days with his mo- ther, Mrs. Rella Walters, and his brother, Harry J. Wible and fam- ily. In honor of the visitors a pic- nic dinner was given Sunday noon, August 19, on the north side of the Tomlinson Recreation Center. The others present to en- joy the good food were the fol- lowing: Mrs. Rella Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wible, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Zimmermann and children, Gary and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Hargrave and daughter Ann Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Martin and sons Steve and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Passmore Jr., and daugh- ter, Vicki; Mr. and Mrs` Eugene Manes, sons Bud and Paul, daughters Marilyn and Colleen, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Romer and children, Tom, Jim, Bob, Steve, Dick and Lynn, Robert Keck and Mary Ann Chumbley, the latter of De- catur. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee and son were unable to be present. REV. LLOYD STROUSE MOVING TO PAXTON Rev. Lloyd G. Stroue, Bloom- ington, will be honored with a farewell party at 8 p.m. Friday, August 24 at the Wesley Meth- odist church in Bloomington. A former pastor of the Chestnut Methodist church, Rev. Strouse has for several years been associ- ate minister of the Wesley Meth- odist church. He was recently assigned to the Paxton Methodist church and with his family will move their soon. WORDS OF APPRECIATION time Square Dance will be held. While ill at my home on West Dancing will be from 9 o'clock Cooke street, I was remembered by many friends and relatives, to midnight, on the American with cards, letters, gifts and flow Legion dance floor in the public ers. I take this means of convey- square. Music is to be by Jimmy ing my sincere thanks to all for Powell and his Hillbilly Ram- their thoughtfulness. blers. Mrs. Lizzie Weakley. WORDS OF APPRECIATION During the time I was a pati- ent in St. Clara's hospital. Lin- coln, and since my return home with my baby daughter, I receiv- ed a great many letters, cards, gifts and flowers from friends and relatives. I want to express my sincere thanks for your kind- hess. ROY ROGERS Mrs. Herbert Musser. BY POPULAR REQUEST 6th Annual Production "ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS', Robert E. Sherwood's Broadway Success Presented By The ABE LINCOLN PLAYERS AUG. 29 thru SEPT.2 AT New Salem State Park Near Petersburg 8:15 DAYLIGHT TIME LINCOLN'S LIFE STORY FROM SALEM TO THE WHITE HOUSE -: ADMISSION :-" Adults 50c Children 9 Seats LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen and sons Stephen and Robert, visit- ed in Chicago Sunday to Tues- day with her brothers, Ernest, Victor and Wilbur Hallmann, and their families. Mrs. Emma Stratton is visit- ing in Monticello with her dau- ghter, Mrs. Eugene Gray. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ketchie and son have returned from a 15 vacation trip. They traveled thru 12 states east of the Mississippi river and from Nigara Falls, N. Y. west thru Canada to Wind- sor, to Detroit, Mich. They were accompanied by Mr. Ketchie's father, H. L. Ketchie of Anna who stopped in Salisbury, N.C. to make an extended visit with four brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing visited in Danvers Sunday with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed. Mr. and Mrs Leslie DoPoister, daughter Betty, son Leslie and Bill Hamilton, visited in Monti- cello Sunday with her ister, Mrs. Eugene Gray. --For an evening of pleasure see "Father's Little Dividend" star- ring Spencer Tracy emd Eliza- beth Taylor, at the Mount Pulas- ki Theatre, Sunday and Monday. August 26 and 27. Matinee Sun-i day at 2:00 o'clock. Miss Mary Ann Chumbley of Decatur is visiting here this week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis. Mrs. Vivian Ingram and dau- ghters Patsy, Linda and Sue, re-i cently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Byrne of Kenney vicinity, on a visit to Maxwell, Iowa. They visited Mrs. Byrne's brother, D. Myers and family. While there they also attended a wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Patterson left on Monday in their auto for for a vacation trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. Mrs. O. E. Wagner, Mrs, Chris Weller and Mr. and Mrs` Chaun- cey Glose visited in Rochester Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prather and Miss Louelle Frath- er. Rev. and Mrs, Ray O. Zumstein and sons John and Dorst, re- turned Monday from a visit with relatives in Olney. --Don't miss "Father's Little Dividend" starring Spencer "/'racy and Elisceth Taylor at the Mt. Pulaski Theatre August 26 and 27. Matinee Sunday at 2 o'clock. Don Kinert, son of Mrs, Kath- SCHOOL sUPPLIES ryn Klnert, returned last week[10 miles east of the from Camp Ma-Ka-Ja-Wan, at [August 9th for Spring Lake, Pearson, Wis` where l he was Boy Scout Counselor dur- [ Island, N.Y., to visit her !ing the past two months, tWayne Bobell and ! Mr. & Mrs. Coy Gallaway and[are expected home the !sons Orvid and Vernon, who live this week. 2 GLASS TUMBLERS FREE 9 WITH 10-LBS. TOWN CRIER FLOUR BULK i VINEGAR gal. 45c JELL-O, 3 for ill CHASE & S SEVEN-UP COFFEE 6 for 25c 8 7 c ULMER'S NORTH SIDE SQUARE MARKET MOUNT t Avoid those "headache wor- ries" by shopping our store when in need of merchan- dise along the line that we handle. 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