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S--TIMES.NEWS, Mount PukmkL Ill., THURSDAY, AUGUST $1, 1961 M)UNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS' Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress On "March 9, 1879. xaRy I. WmLE zcUto, ,,,,d Pub 'erms of Subscriptions: three Months ........................... 75c Six Months: ................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday SEPTEMBER 1961 S M T V T F S ..... 1 2 3456789 10111213141516 17 18 192021 2223 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 o m m LOCAL NEWS Oheson, nurse at the St. Mary's hospital in Decatur, and a friend, called Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tendick. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Houts and daughters, Carol Ann and Jamie Lynn, of Montgomery, West Vir- ginia, visited in the city most of last week with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skaggs were in Kentucky over the week. end visiting his mother, Mrs. An- Skaggs, at Clarkson, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clovus Williams at Big Clifty. They brought back their children, Al- len and Nena, who had spent a week at Big Clifty with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pugsley and children have returned to their home in Rochester, New york, after visiting her mother, Mary Guffey, and other rel- and Mrs. John D. Biese- meier and daughters, Phyllis and Cm'ol, came home several days ago from an auto trip and vici- : of three weeks. They visited in Verona, New Jersey. with Mrs. William Behrendt, family, and then extended their journey to points of interest in Massachusetts, Vermont and Hampshire. Oscar Heckel 8Lnd four  qildren, Nancy, Kathy, Danny Richard, former Mount Pu- vicinity residents, and now at Macon, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Clarence Pmer and son, Dean. the month of July rest- Logan county purchased in Series E and H United States Savings Bonds, according H. Vaughn, Lincoln, county chairman of the Bond Committee. Mr. and Mrs. John' J. Rogers of Plainfield, near Indianapolis, vis- .| in the city Saturday and day with "her father, Charles M. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scmggin, Tim, and daughter Pamela, of the city, have re- from a vacation and auto ,]ldp thru the western states, go- ing out to the west coast. Jack Makinen of Bovey, Minn., here August 23 for a short ;,it with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers and family, and went on to Springfield to a position as a technical j visited here over the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll and family. Carolyn Wiggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wiggers, and her cousin, Kaellyn Muck of Lincoln, have returned home af. ter spending seven weeks at a girls' camp, Camp Osoha, Bould- er Junction, Wisconsin. Mrs. Ed Wilham of Parker, So. Dakota, and Mrs. Katherine Har- bert, of Canton, So. Dakota, ar- rived here Saturday to spend a week with their brother, Alph McCain, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- bard returned Tuesday from an auto and vacation trip of about two weeks at Clark's Camp on Vermillion Bay, Ontario, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Rormrt Scroggin and two children came home on Sunday from a two weeks' vaca- tion trip to Niagara Falls, and into the New England states. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moll re- turned home Sunday from a va- cation trip of one month. They motored to Saratoga, California, and visited their daughter, Mrs. Gene O'Rorke, and family. They were accompanied on the trip by another daughter, Mrs. John Riley, of Mattoon. Mrs. Rowena Todd of Largo, returned home with them. She had been staying with her grand mother, who was convalescing af- ter a recent hospital stay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zelle and family of Buffalo, New York, vis- Red here from Saturday to Tues- day with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Zelle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullriede at- tended the 45th wedding anuiver- sary of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fullriede, in Lin- coln, Sunday evening. 160 AHended Annual Danner Reunion Sunday The 30th annual reunion of the descendants of the pioneer Dan- aer families of Mount Pulaski and vicinity was held Sunday, August 27 at the Tomlinson Rec- reation Center. The basket din- ner served at 12:30 was enjoyed by more than 160 persons. It was voted to hold the 1962 reunion at the same place on the fourth Sunday in August. Officers for the 1962 reunion were elected as follows: President, John Bender, Jr. V. President, Edward Jackson. Secretary-treasurer, Miss Paul- Mrs. Steve S. Patterson visited Springfield for several days with a friend, Mrs. Logan J. E. Nitzel of Bloomington H. H. MhDDOX OSTEOPATHIC : PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 12 M.. 2 to 5 pm. (By Appointment) Offl md R Plume SW2-5213 Box 67, Mount PulaskL IlL 801 S. WASHINGTON ST. Florida, who had been visiting her son in Wilmette, Ill., came to Mount Pulaski to visit Dr. and Mrs. Guy F. Wait the weekend. On Monday afternoon, Mrs. Wait entertained a number of ladies in her honor. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Guffey left Tuesday morning enmute to Fort Scott, Kansas, to visit friends. This fall they will attend the U- niversity of Arkansas, where Lor- en is a graduate student, and his wife is a Junior Education Major. They have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Guffey, and other relatives. Their new address is 718 Treadweli, Apt. D, Fayetteville, Arkansas. I Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Maske, and children, Teresa and Randal, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble and son, Kenneth, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullriede. The Maske fam. ily and Nobles attended the wed- ding of Linda Kuhns and Vernon Dierker, Sunday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church in Chest- nut. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and family, of Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Schmidt and three sons returned over the weekend from an eleven day va- cation trip to the Ozarks. Harry Long returned home on Sunday from Columbus, Ohio, where he had beerr attending a conference for all the accounting supervisors of the eastern region of the Massey Ferguson Co. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Williams and Evelyn and Iva Minch, of Dixon, have been visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Will- iams of North Lafayette Court. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hahn of Pe- oria, visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. Their daughter, Lynette, ine Bender. Historian, Mrs. John Bender, Sr. Prizes were awarded as fol- lows: Oldest Woman present, Mrs. M. ! J. (Anna) Shafer, 79; Oldest Man---John Bender, Sr. 87. Youngest Baby, Randel Lee, 1 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Oyler, Decatur; Coming Longest Distance, Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Danner, Fort Scott, Kansas; Most Children for one family, 8---children of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mears, Decatur. There were also two other faro- flies with a number of children present, namely: Mx. and Mrs. Andy Danner with seven of their nine children, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aylesworth with eight of their nine children. Mrs. John Bender, St. read the complete history of the Danner families, which had not been read for several years, bringing same up to the present time. Visiting, playing bingo, and swimming were enjoyed. Later in the day ice cream and cake were served. Those atteading were: Springfield--Mr: and Mrs. Phil- lip Snow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dan- net, Mrs. Gary Lozar, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dorworth and fam- ily, Mrs. Sam Aiello and daugh- ter, Florence, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Croutcher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Danner and family. Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Danner, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wad- dell, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dan- net, Mr. and Mrs. James Oyler and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Mears and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Danner, Mr. and Mrs. William Danner and family Mr. and Mrs. Dean Easterling and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stans- bury and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Danner and family. OttawaMiss Dorothy Bender, Frank Bazzoni. Chillicothe---Mr. and Mrs. W.I H. Freeman. Pawnee---Mr. and Mrs. John Szabo and family. Mason City--Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Langenbahn and family. Farmer City--Mrs. Doris Bar- row and family. Magnolia--Mr. and Mrs. Way- ne Rebholz and family. Vorna-- Royal Rebholz and family. New Holland--Mrs. John Sem- ple and son Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Semple and family. Stanford--Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Semple and family. Galesburg--Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Shoemaker and Danner Mar- tin. Chestnut--Mr. and Mr Russell Rockwell and family. LathamMr. and Mrs. Eugene Anderson and family. LincolnMr. and Mrs. Charles Williamson and son, and Cheryl Brady. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Elizabeth Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. William Ber- trang, Mr. and Mrs. George Grathwohl, Mr. and Mr Roy Aylesworth, Mrs. Dave Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Loy I)unn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Erlenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Aylesworth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aylesworth and family, Mrs. Herbert daughter, Miss Romilda wohl, Mr. and Mrs. John Sr., and daughter, and Mrs. John Bender, and Mrs. Edward GulSo, J. Shafer, Mr. and Stoll and daughter, Luciile GrathwohL Reunion guests were ces J. Neitzel of Norm Nelson of Lilly, and Miss Washbonct The 46th annual Mill.. ' land reunion will be held_U 3, with a b00ket oon, at the Tomlinson I{! Center. The 30th annu-l reunion 0f Matthew Stoll descend 4 $: be held on Monday, SePe" 6 p. m. at the Tomliuc " i tion Center with a poti%,s  per. Besides bringing _alt pass, bring own drinks  service. BIRTHS of SI.,aSegt'cnareM  of a son born Sa ._- 26.. This is their second ,e" he has been named B_'a,: 1. In the Abraham LiU 1: mortal hospital, Lincoln,...,  day, August 25, a da .g_'O  born to Dr. and Mrs. LelaO of Mount pulaski. - Bill's Barber Shop NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS On South Washington --- One Door South of Times-News OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS WELCOME ! ! HOURS: Open Every Day. 8.'00 A. M, to 5,.30 Wednesday Close at 7:00 P.M. Close Saturday at 6:00 P, M, PHONE--7-30 BILL TATE Dance Instruction DANCING IS EDUCATIONAL .... . DANCING IS HEALTHY EXERCISE DANCING IS FUN . .. 1:30 to 5:30 P. M, at DEAN'S SUNDRIES West Side Square. Mount Pulaski - Phone 2-5812 --TAP . BALLROOM . BALLET --TOE (Far the Qualified Student) --TINY TOTS (Age 3 to 5) E deserves their chance to stand out .as a talented individuaL REGISTER NOW ! NOTE: Instction will be in Mr. PulaskL if at all poss. ible. You may Regtste by mail to p.O. Box 123, Lincoln. HAPPY LABOR It&V REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 Mr. & Amerka. A grateful nat00 paU,,- to honor you men and women who hav, done so much to keep America strong prosperous and free. We hope you have a plemcmt week end,"" and drive carefully. THE TALENT WORKSHOP We will transact no budnms tabor nay, Jk0000by, Sepsmber mJ, We Pay 3% on Savings AccoU00 FIRST NATIONAL