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r00ll Rallv . Of GUEST SPEAKER AT MOVING DAYS BRING ,a ,^Nzr' STILL ^WZBLZ I ^NNrvEsA,ZS serf.  .a Emagene Green's History and[ ......... 23 F,e=. Tllelln$ AT - - SUNDAY, SEPT. 94 FACTS TO LIGHT Genealogy of Mount Pulaski and j_.unnuraY' _.eP;'SothW. "She Held Forth Her Hand" is[! vlrs" r. :eumcY_.lld '  j. :i Decllr Sept. 28 Dr. Claude M. Temple, Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Payne, still on sale at Dean's Sundries ]mgon at., l. _ru ,.a r Mrs. Green woul appreciate [vea, ._ The Decatur Zone of the Cen- will be a guest speaker at the who have been living in the pro- I serve their znd weau-, *-Q Vmn-i District of the Luth- Mount Pulaski Methodist Church petty of his late father, Ernest anyone phoning in mistakes that J  ,', ..... no, Sevt .,_ "" ...... t Christ " "J" "' "" ""' - 1= ,.a urm,n' Miinnrv l-a,,e on Sept. 24, 1961. Payne, lust north of he - have been found in her book, asl .....   ,^nlet, -_- hold its Fall Rally at St Dr. Temple m the Executive tan Church, moved on Sat Y she is compiling a correction!aria d. aul .r;, ZlerVe Ll ,z,:: ....... " ..... " Secretary of The Preachers' Aid to a frame house at the end of sheet, nd this is her last call for [ tYeedi t'' Wv: . 4ems Lumeran churcH, zo r. South Lafayette St. This proper- corrections. [ ee ng ty is on the site of an old brick Orchard St., Decatur September 28 Society of the Illinois Conference wRh sessions starting at 10 a.m. of the Methodist church. This 91 {DST). The highlight of the year old organization administers : 'norning session will be an in- the Endowment Fund which has ative address by Rely. Del- been accumulated by legacies, Annuity gifts, etc. in behalf of Theiss. He will tell about his :. ork Among the Deaf'. The afternoon session will be denoted to a very interesting and inspirational Christian Growth program. The ladies of the St. : John's Lutheran Church of De- catur and Zion Lutheran church Of Chestnut, will participate in the program. A report on the In- LWML convention at Pittsburgh, Pa. will be given by the me delegate Mrs. Floyd haffenacker. The business meeting will be conducted by the zone chairman Mrs. Floyd Hewitt. About 350i women are expected to attend the  Rally from Lutheran congrega- tions in Decatur, Pana, Shelby- ville, Lincoln, Clinton, Chestnut, Mount Pulaski and New Holland. i A noon luncheo will be served by the host society. Reservations can be made with the local LW ML chairman. Membership in the LWML is not an attendance re- and all Lutheran wo- men are urged to attend this day of inspiration. Those attending the Rally from Mount Pulaski should meet at Zion Church at 8:45 aan. ANNUAL REUNION or MAXH00Mn00 The annual reunion of descend- nof Mr. and Mrs. John Max- eim, formerly of the Latham , Chestnut and Mount Pulas, was held Sunday, Sept 10 at Tomlinson Recreation Center, turing a basket dinner at the noon hour. The following were present: Lanesville: Mr. and Mrs. Carl ! Maxheimer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Maxheirner and son, Mr. Mrs. Louis Stengel, Jr. and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert mbeimer. Rochester: Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Maxheimer and family. : Secor: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxhetmer and family. Washington, Ill: Mr. and Mrs. Pranklin Maxheimer and family. , Waggeries: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxheimer and Miss Kather. : Michel. Moweaqua: Mr. and,Mrs. Ray- Maxhelmer and family. Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hampshire, Mr. and Mrs. Pat 0'Brien and family. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheimer, Mr, and Mrs. Phil Maxheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill : Stolzburg and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Jr./and family. BeacH: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ro0 and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and family. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Everett .toll, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Max- heimer and family. Mt Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxhelmer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Maxheimer and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Max. helmet and daughter, Judy and Jeannie Maxheimer. kmla: A matter of your en- thusiasm holding up till your back gets used to it. |: A man who reads be- tween the lines of the unwritten law. USE ttOTHWELL'S &'DI .MIX CONCRETE the retired ministers and their wives or widows of the Methodist Church. 550 individuals are bene- ficiaries of this Endowment at the present time. Clifford D. Smith, pastor of the Mount Pulaski Methodist Church has invited Dr. Temple to occupy the pulpit as part of a plan to inform all Methodist people of the benevolent concerns of the church. No special offering will be taken at the service. DIST. CONFERENCE OF P-TA GROUPS The 41st annual conference of District 9, Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers will be September 26 in Albert Taylor Hall on the Millikin University campus. The district is units from DeWitt, Logan, Macon and Ma- son counties. The theme of the conference is "The PTA and TV". Registration! will be from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a. m. The meeting will be called to order by Mrs. Ocal Eastham, of Clinton, district director. Featured speaker of the morn- ing session will be G. B. Aurora, first vice-president of the state congress. Her topic is "Par- ent Teacher Assignment". BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John Me(in ar parents of a son, born Friday, Sept. 15, in the Decatur-Macon county hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Linville, formerly of the city, now of Lin- coln, are parents of twin sons, born Friday, Sept. 15 in the ALM hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hergert, city, are parents of a son, born Thursday, Sept. 14, at St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. SAVES Time - Labor. Money 2.326o residence that was recently tom down. This old house was built in pioneer days of the city by somebody coming here from Ger- many. For many years the house was occupied by the Jacob Dan- Her family. William Collier recently moved the frame house, the old BAnker residence, from the end of South street, to the new loca- tion, as it was in the way of a new Wye to be built by the ICRR between two branches running through the city, to accommodate the transferring of Illinois Term- inal Railroad train from Spring- field to Lincoln. Getting back to the Payne pro- perty, this two-story frame home was constructed more than 80 ears ago by Ben Capps, a son of Jabez Capps, one of the city's ' founders. The place is now own- ed by Melvin Payne, another son of Ernest Payne, who has been farming between Mount Pulaski and Elkhart for many years. While Franklin Payne contin- ues to reside in Mount Pulaski, i he is employed as custodian of the Chestnut Consolidated Grade School. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Leroy Buckles, Sr., was ad- mitted to ALM hospital Monday for medical attention. Hay Livengood of Bethany, em- ployed by the H. O. Dick Transfer, Decatur, was injured Tuesday aft- ernoon on the Bruce Stahl farm in the Latham area, while load- ing cattle into a truck. One of the anLmals got out of the truck, and ran over Mr. Liven- good. He was removed to the DMC hospital in Decatur by the Schahl ambulance. Patrick Walsh, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walsh, injured his right ankle the first of the week when he stepped into a hole while playing football. He received treatment 'at St. Clara's hospital. Slmdow: A tired, silhouette that has lain down. FALL SPECIAL ON G.F_ WASHER & DRYER 1- G.E. 1960 DELUXE AUTO. WASH 1- G.E. 1960 DELUXE MATCHING DRYI This Pair Sold For $675.95 SAVE $230 YOUR COST $449.95 No Trade Ins. THIS IS THE TOP OF THE LINE P/ ONLY I PAIR LEFT Stahl Hardware Mount Pulaski, nlinois Ray HansloW Says IT'S COUNT-DOWN TIME AT LANGELLIER'S o Just the following 1961 Cars are left  " " th r oin- out j cnoosezromana eyaeg g 7 ' FORDS 2- FALCONS 3- MERCURYS 3 - COMETS See Ray for details on the FLORIDA FANTASY VACATION FOR TWO REGISTER YOUR SONS Savings . Money 6'1U 10 ,OR THE " PUNT- PASS -- KICK when you need it c 0 NTEST __,,# 15 Prizes to be given at Local C re'P- What does thrift mean to you? More savings And savings mean -- more money for what you need, when you need it, plus money for all your very speeiad dreams. THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mount Pulaski. Illinois LANGELLIER'S,,, Your Local Ford Product Dealer Since .1 PHONE: Business. Lincoln 732 "1 Mt. Pulm