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! J I0 my $1 $1 $1 $1 tV rt 9Sg 490 650 NOTES Good Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic church orl the afternoon of Wednes- 6, at the home of Miss on Vine Street. After meeting Five Hun- played, the prize awards to Mrs. Harold Hubbard, Ana Schroth (guest), Mrs. -_.Buehler and Mrs. Rinaldo ,he:] ke Fork Community Club C lda wiener roast at the le Fork school on Friday, Sept. t 6 p m Those attending Wieners, buns and own r sticks Donuts and coffee _laop willy be furnished. (9-14 l 'e Household Science Club raeet Friday, Sept 15, at the ,"  of Mrs Celia Poffenbarger | l.:Irs. Ida Dittman as assist. | .hOStess. Roll call will be a |,1 Day Experience" and | '] table discussion will be | _ Lunch Pail". the home of Mrs. Celia Poffen- barger, with Mrs. Ida Dittman assistant hostess. The Chestnut Home Bureau will meet Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich at 1:30 p.m. Co-hostess is Mrs. Wil- bur Smith. The major topic "Se- curing Space to Meet the Storage Need" will be given by Mrs. Ralph Aughenbaugh and AureUa Stoll. Roll call, '"What did you enjoy most on your vacation." The short feature will be "Ice Cream Toppings" by Mrs. Ulrich. MARRIED 40 YEARS AGO TODAY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Raymer P. O'Bryen are quietly observing their 40th wedding anniversary this Thurs- day, Sept. 14. Mrs. O'Bryen is the former Orteene Felts. The wedding took place Sept. 14, 1921, in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Felts, in Mount Pulas- ki. The O'Bryen's are parents of LOyal Daughters Society of two sons, Roland of Springfield, it th:aristian Church, will meet and Dale of Decatur. One son is |2-' church Tuesday, Sept. 19, deceased. !o The are four grandchildren. rth Aetna Home Bureau FRED STOLL HONORED t t,..,.at the home of .Mrs. Mike lo N ! BIRTHDAY  I Wednesday, Sept. 6' I Mrs. Fred Stoll entertained the  James Rickord assist-i following relatives at her home I ." ClmJohn Gardner and Mrs.[ Wednesday, Sept. 6, with a fish |t nts presented the ma- --'l;hv n. There were 16 members supper, honoring the 82nd birth-  o guests present, day anniversary of her husband. 1 Those present were: Mr. and irks Community Club will Mrs. Rell Schroth, Mr. and Mrs. Uriday, Sept. 15, at 8 p-n.,  Birks school, six miles and Mrs. John Bender, Jr., Mr. Eugene Stoll and son Jerry, Mr. I! of the city. I)Orcas Guild will meet on and Mrs. Dean Cates and Miss Y, Sejt. 19 at the home Romilda Grathwohl. | ". Marie Van Hook, at 7:30 Later in the evening ice cream !i RebeccaCircleoftheWSCS an: cake were served" i 'e Methodist Church, will Miscellaneous Shower 'With Miss Nellie Vandev- t. 0n Wednesday, Sept. 20, at For Janet Downing P'" On Friday night, Sept. 8, Mrs. lt Sil-Tennial Belles will mee Ellis C. Downing, Mrs. Lester ,_. ay, Sept. 20, at the Mt. Downing, Mrs. Christian Erlen- l Township Library at 2 bush and Mrs. William I :oLaughery School Commun- the latter of Decatur, were hos- tesses at a miscellaneous shower k tib will hold its annual for Miss Janet Downing, daughter !   " roast,. Friday, Sept. 15 at of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing. .hnson Recreation Center. Miss Downing will be married to Oae should bring their own Leroy Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. (9-14) Martin Rubin, on Sunday, Sept. A 1 V Class of the Methodist 24th. Will soonsor a Sil-Tennial The basement dining room of tO _ be held at the church on the Christian Church was the set- I;:, Sept. 15, at 2 p.m. All ting for an attractive table, cent- ies of the community are ered with a beautiful pink rose porto attend and wear their arangement at which punch and '"uaL dresses if they desire, little cakes decorated with pink hion Camp No. 1911 Royal rosebuds, were served. t, rs of America, will meet Miss Downing received many 'ay, Sept. 21 at 7:30' p.m. beautiful and useful gifts.  loop Hall. ti Household Science Club ---Children's Summ Sporiaw. y:g oh.as been postponed from Sizes 1 to 14. All 25% Off. HtUfln ept. 15 to Sept. 22, at & Pcmlone's Women," Appet bO YOU HAVE A RETRACTABLE CORD ON YOUR TELEPHONE ? ve Why not have the convenience of one at a  small cost. They are available in several erent lengths.  raatch or contrast in your decorating scheme. ilable in 12 decorator colors ?e WI . "ll mail you, upon request, a descriptive fold- lh:inB:he::leoPhOnes in actual color. Just Mount Pulaski Telephone Company ; .... : TIMES-NEWS, Mount PuleeL IlL, $DAY, S-PTMB=R 14,' Im| ,i -= =, GEHLBACH REUNION I However, if the injured person Don't Forget that the least ;:! aggravated the dog by kicks or IN LINCOLN SUNDAY The 24th annual reunion of the Gehlbach families of Logan coun- ty, was held at the Lincoln Me- morial Park in Lincoln, on Sun- day, Sept. 10, 1961. At the bus- iness meeting new officers were elected as follows. All are from Lincoln. President, John R. Gahlbach; Vice-President, Melvin Gehlbach; See'y.-Treas., Mrs. Mildred Mein- arshagen. Prizes were give to the follow- ing: Fred W. Zelle, Mt. Pulaski, oldest man present, 79 years; Mrs. Lucy Ringle, Wausau, Wisc., for coming the longest distance; Gary Vernon Gehlbach, Lincoln, for being the youngest. Among those present were sev- eral from Mount Pulaski and community. Mrs. Ringle arrived in Lincoln Saturday from her Wisconsin home and after the reunion she came to Mount Pulaski for a short visit with her niece, Mrs. Clarence Riedle and brother, Charles Kemmer, and wife. She has now gone to Detroit, Mich., to visit her son, Donald Ringle and !family. that's THE LAW 2"he Family Car The same rules pertain to the use of the family automobile by a child. Generally, Illinois courts hold the parent not liable unless the child was driving at the par- ent's request or direction, or on the parent's "business". And so a mother who sends her son in the family car to the store for groceries - family "business" may be liable for the son's neg- ligent injury to others. Your Child's Contracts Parents are not liable for the contracts of their children, nor must they pay persons who sell goods to their children. There is an exception to the rule: In Ill- inois, parents have the duty to provide certain "necessities" for their children, such as shelter, food, clothing, medical attention, and reasonable education. If the parents fail to supply those items to their children, they may be forced to pay persons who do so. Liability For Acts Of Pets Many of us keep domesticated animals, such as dogs, cats, pon- ies and horses. The owner is li- able for injuries caused by a pet if he is aware of the dangerous tendency of the animal and fails to take reasonable steps to warn or protect others. Illinois has a special rule for dogs: An owner is liable for all injuries sustained by a person whom the dog attacks, ff the per- son was in a place where he had a right to be, such 'as a sidewalk or a public highway. This liabil- ity follows whether or not the owner was aware of the dog's vmious nature. threatening gestures, the owner is not liable; for animals as well as humans, have a right to defend themselves from attack. This column is written to in- form and not to advise. No person should ever apply or interpret any law without consulting his at- torney. Even a slight difference in the facts may change the re- sult under the law. (The names used in this series are fictitious.) Deficit: The only thing you have left after you pay your tax- es. pensive goodwill program is a SMILE. WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. MONDAY -- WEDNESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART, ILL. i INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE 792-5113 ' MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. ## Our banking service is as near as your mailbox You can bank at your own convenience when you use our bank-by-mail service. Deposits is your account can be made via your nearest mailbox, which is "open for business" twenty-four hours a day! THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mount "Pulaski, Illinois ANNOUN0000ING . . . THE RE-OPENING OF KATHY'S BeatLzy Shop ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL I will be more than pleased to again serve my old patrons as well as new, now that I am able to give full time to my beauty shop. PHONE -- 792-5887