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I--NEWS, Mount Pulaski, nL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 H5  The children present were: HERBERT HNKES IN CANADA WAS Keith, a genlogical eginer of and Mrs. Herbert Finke of ONE-FAMILY AFFAIR Calgary, Albert Canada. Howard - Chief Petty Officer in i SPECIAL PROGRAM TO HONOR COUNT PULASKI ON OCT. i!! M. R.l_ 3, Lincoln, are observing jtheir 35th wedding anniversary :this Thursday, Sept. 28. Mrs. Flnke is the former Norma Dittus, ughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Dittus. They have re- lded on the Dittus homestead ever since their marriage. . and Mrs. Finke have two I[,:flatlghters, Mrs. Ruth Opperman, :ofR,R3, Lincoln, and Mrs. Helen ! ann, of St. Joseph, Me. They hiWe three granddaughters and ]B:: grandson. e event was celebrated wRh a dinner at their home last Sun- , Guests included Mr. and Mrs. I[, lvtn Peyer, Peoria; Miss Alma B: Dlttlm, Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. : ge Opperman and son David li nln. . and Mrs. John Sehwandner, Black Ave., Springfield, are of a son, Randall David, 3, 1961, at St. John's Mrs. Sehwandner is the: Carol Harvey, daughter of l !o and Mrs. C. A. Harvey, Spring- ' former residents of Mount The Harvey's now have ]ildren. The Schandners another child, Karen, age 2. i to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R.R. 2 Mt. Pulaski, on 20, at St. Clara's hospital, r  Mr. and Mrs. Raymond are grandparents. md Mrs. Harold Parker tor., Maine, are parents[[ daughters, born Aug. 30th. [ J and Mrs. Raymond Creager ] ] grandparents. Sgt. Parker is Air Force Base. and "Mrs. Thomas Lowe Chestnut, are parents of a dau- born Thursday, Sept. 21, in Clara's Hospital, Lincoln. and Mrs. Wayne Buse of are parents of a son, Tuesday in ALM hospital. STOPHr-- (Continued from page i) three daughters, Mrs. Rol- (Bonnie) "Halstead, Mount Mrs. Ninian (Lillian) Elkhart, and Mxs. Van Froehlich, Mount Pula- four sisters, Mrs. Mry Bryan, Bertha Lauth, Mrs. Lula all of Delphos, Ohio Mrs. Margaret Francis of Ohio; 13 grandchildren [ 18 great-grandchildren. remains were removed to Schahl Funeral Home, near i residence, in Mount Pulaski, services were held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, by the Rev. F. E. Neu- and, assisted by the Rev. Zumsteln. Appropriate were played on the or- by Mrs. Francis Myrick. was made in Mount cemetery. The pallbearers grandsons) were: John opher, Harold Stopher, ]. Nor- Kenneth Trago, and James Hal- ELECTS OFFICERS Fxuhmen Berg Schultz na Shull Council-Carol Horn. Pldent--Day Imham Ptes.--Larry Sutton t4--Diane Hamm rdasur---Sheila Wilham Student CouncilMaxine Van- YeMmn, Susan Jaggi. Juniors President-Sam Baldwin Vice-Pres.--Terry Lanterman :.ary--Wi'lma Schmidt Treasurer--Cheryl Sutton CouncULarry Collier, Kllhoffer, Ruth Stogdell. Seaiom President--Ronald Handlin McCormick Downing Lucas Council---Pauline Bur- William Downing, Jack Peterson. Council President is Davis. A family reunion held recently in Canada was one that =would be of interest to the residents of Cornland and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Laatsch of Southey, Sask., Canada, the par- ents of six boys and three girls had the family gathering at their home in Southey on Sunday, July 9th. This was the first in 18 years that all the children were able to be present with their parents at the same time. This reunion was a year in the planning as the children are resi- dents of different parts of the country Two weeks previous to the gathering, the families be- gan arriving. Two boys brought house trailers, friends in Southey opened their homes to some, and several stayed with the son who resides on the family farm near town. Besides the nine children, all of whom are married, there were present all the daughter-in-laws and son-in-laws, with the ex- ception of one, and the 30 grand- children. The ladies of the Methodist Church served the evening dinner for the family and a few guests and later in the evening the community held open house for friends of the family and for the former school mates of the child- ren, in the community center with the Canadian Navy and for the present stationed at Regina, Sask. Stuart - a farmer of Southey. Albert - a meterologist for the weather bureau of Pincher Creek Alberta, Canada. Lorene - a transport truck driv er of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Joseph Jr. - a salesman of Taylorville, Illinois. Mrs. Betty Tumulty - a Meter Maid of Springfield, Ill. Mrs. Hilma Fischer . a nurses aid of Lapeer, Mdchigan. Mrs. Marylou Howell - a house- wife of Mayo, Yukon Territory. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lattsch are former residents of Cornland and attended the local school. Mr. Christman Program Also Planned By Sil.Tennial Belles The Sil-Tennial Belles met in the club room at the libary build- !ing Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 20th. There were reports from the various chairmen and $355 was turned over to the Sil-Tennial general committee, which repre- sented the earnings of the Belles group for the Sil-Tennial Cele- bration. This group wishes to be active during the remainder of the year 1961, and have planned two .affairs that promise to be inter- Laatsch is the son of the late M.r esting. and Mrs. Albert Laatsch, and Mrs. I On Count Pulaski Dav W ednes- Laatsch is the former Nelly Day, [day, Oct. 11, a special' program daughter of Alvin and Della Day.[wil 1 be offered in honor of the After their marriage in January [ man for whom our city was ham- of 1918, they went to Southey, led. Miss Marie Sams will be the Canada to make their home on a chairman, assisted by Mrs. Elmer i Of all who are members, on sale at Dean's Sundries a sheet. ' Also, envelopes to fit, at 3C ea Get yours now ! ELKHART METHODI SUPPER SATURDAY The Elkhart Methodist Is sponsoring a family chicken supper on Saturday, 30, serving to begin at 4:00 at the Elkhart Methodist The menu consists of chicken, chicken and mashed potatoes and variety of salads, green buttered corn, roll, choice cake or pie, and drink. The following chairmen b been appointed: Kitchen, Mrs. Everett BrOOl Mrs. Floyd Hanner. Dining room, Mrs. Fenton er, Mrs. Eldon Behle. Publicity, Mr. and Mrs. W farm. In the past few years, they[Schaffenacker and Mrs. George retired from the farm and moved]Zebrun. This will be another Hanner. into their present home in South- l chance to wear the Sil-Tennial Tickets, Mable Davis. ey. Each fall they make a visit[dresses. This party will be for the Clean up, Mrs. L. D. back to Cornland and other parts [ men, too, and if any want to grow Harold Pankey. to visit with relatives and friends. ]a beard, they should get busy. Tickets are now on sale. 'ff" [ On Wednesday, Dec. 27, the Sil- one is welcome. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS I Tennial Belles. have planned a -- . Mrs. Carrie Cheek, city of Mt. ]Christmas Party to be given at Glamou Girl: One wlo Pulaski, to Win. C. Prather and the American Legion Home. More what it takes to take wha y"- Andrew Wiggers, Mt. Pulaski, part [ about these affairs later, gel ,, of block 4 in R. E. Turley's 3rd A recent printing of Sil-Tennial Mmaey: Paper that m Addition to City of Mr. Pulaski. Belles letterheads, with a full listnever gives itself away.  RAY HANSLOW "YOUR LOCAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE" CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE DEBUT OF THE FORD 6ALAXIE FORD FALCON LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 1962 MEROIIRY MONTEREY MEIIOIIRY COMET AND THE COMPLEllE LINE OF FORD TRUCKS SEPTEMBER 29 LANtiELLIEII MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN, ILLINOIS