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NOTES The North, Aetna Home Bureau met Wednesday, Oct. 4 at of Mrs. Dean Fox. Mrs. Gardner was assisting hos- The major lesson was given Home Adviser, Miss Gene- Certes. Satin Slipper Club met Sat- Sept. 16, at the Talent in Lincoln with a ceremony for the new ex- members. Following this was an hour of bar work 45 minutes of center work. new gift joined the club aft- an audition. Ithleen Ballinger, Publicity DWYW Club will hold a roast Saturday, October 7, 6:30 p.m., at the country home Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wood. Col- Will be furnished. In case of the event will be held inside, i The next regular meeting of Club will be Tuesday 10, at 2 p.m. at the home of Helen Garvey. The Book Club will meet Men- night, Oct. 9, at the home of Vaughan Walch. Mrs. G. F. will be the reviewer. Four Leaf 4-H Club will their wiener mast at the Center Friday, Oct. 6 7 please bring and buns. Drink will furnished. The Sans Sousi "500" Club met the home of Mrs. Steve Patter- on Wednesday evening, Sept. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Opperrnan, Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Clarence Reidle. Bureau Unit H met at Legion Home on Friday, Sept. Miss Genevieve Gentes, the gave the topic "Be- We Live By". There were two present, Mrs. Wilbur See- of Latham, and Mrs. Dean There are two tours coming Oct. 7, 4-H group a Craft Day in the ki Day, Oct. llth. A Hallowe'en Party and hay ride are scheduled for October 31. Officers this year are: Junior leader, Theresa Wess- beeher; President, Londa Loveall; Vice-President, Vieky Braun; Sec- retary, Joan ,Miller; Treasurer, Pa- tricia Leimbaeh; County Feder- ation, Susan Ayers; Reporter Joyce Miller. Jabez Capps Barriek #2260, and Auxiliary meet Monday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Home. : ....  i  )i i TSNES-NiS, t  DL. 'rltAYo O'l"Oa S, ,,.,, , ,, i i hosteses will be Mrs. Leona ATTENDED WEDDING IN Mon., 8-9 p.m. Choir practice Green, Mrs. Etta Beidler and Mrs. CHICAGO ON SUNDAY 8 p.m. AAL Membership meet. Gladys Payne. ing. Home Bureau Unit I will meet Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waehter, Tues., 2:45 pzn. 6th Grade In. at the country home of Mrs. Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Volle and struction. man Sehahl, Monday, October 9, children, Steven and Cheryl, Mr. 8 p.m. Adult Class at 7:30 p.m. Roll call will be and Mrs. Frank Pope, Jr. and sons, Wed., 7:30 pan. Walther League "What October Means To Me!" Nolan and Nell, of Latham, were 8 p.m. 2nd Anniversary at Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker will in Chicago Sunday where they at- Christ Lutheran, Clinton, Rev. gi,, the maior tonic "Beliefs We tended the wedding of Lowell ..... j - , . Hein, speaker. Live By", and Mrs. Otto Ey will[ Beck of Washington, D.C., son of Thurs., 8 pan. LLL. 7:30 pzn. ,, *, hort feature ,,Winter l Mr. and Mrs. George Beck, Peorm, Center Piece." Anyone wishing I and Myrna Kay Kohl, daughter of Reformation Choir practice. to attend this meeting is welcome. I Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Kohl, Chicago. ITHAM METHODIST If you need transportation phone[ The wedding took place in the Patti Du  ]h=or 2-3926. I North Side Christian Church at 4 Mrs. r hlp, s, st sut. A 4-H wiener roast was held on I p.m. Morning Worship---9:30 axn. Thursday, Sept. 28, from 5 to 7[ While in Chicago the group vis. Sunday School10:30 aan. p.m., at the home of Mrs. George[ited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Beck of Zebrun, leader. The regular meet- ] Wilmette. They returned to their ITIIAM IAPTISY CRqRCH ing was held at the same. loca.-[homes Sunday, with the excep- Latbmm, tion Monday, Oct. 2. The ciu is I tie n of Mr. and Mrs. Wachter who 9:30 aan. Bible School planning to sing on Count Pulas- remained until Monday. 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 pan. Evening WOrship C H U R C H E S s,. ,O00N'S L,m,=w, St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Ray O. Zumsteta, Pastor Rev. Edwl M. K=ewer, Pastor Sunday School--9:30 a.m. Worship Service--10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday, Oct. 8, will be The Lutheran Leaguers will offered at 10 a.m. meet at the church Sunday after. noon at 1:30 to go to the Fall ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rally of the East Central District Church of the Lutheran Hour Luther League in Springfield. Bey. Martin lhl  792-5985 All men of the church are in- Fri., 7:30 p.m. Sunday School vited to attend a social hour in Teachers the church parlors on Tuesday, Sat., 8:45 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday Oct. 10, at 8:00 p.m. The film School "Goal to Go" will be shown. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and A cordial invitation to all' Bible Class for all ages. 10 a.m. Mission Rally, Student CHRISTIAN CHURCH Kris Lee, Concordia Seminary, Paul P. Budlck. Mtnistex Springfield, guest speaker. 9:30 a.m. Bible School ENJOYED COOK-OUT AT WILBUR STOLL HOME The high school faculty and their families enjoyed a cook- )ut at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stoll, Tuesday evening of this week. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lucas, Herbert Stivers, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Broughton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heien, Ronald Aitchison, I)elbert Willison, Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- son and his father, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tabacchi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manes and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. BiI1 Tate. There were a few regrets. Building at the State Fair in Springfield, which TWO BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED last all day. Home Bureau AT LECKBEE HOME should contact Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn D. Leck- Sheehom, .Mrs. Charles!bee served a chilli supper lnurs- or Mrs. Herbert Shellham- I day night, honoring the birthday about transportation. On I of his father, C. H. Jinks Leekbee, nber 28, there will be a tour I which was that day. Norman's Dry Cleaners in De-[ Others present wereMrs. C. H. There will be more details lLeckbee, Mr. ana ivlrs, zoren later date. Hassebrock and son Frank. 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, mere- of the Never-Grow,Old Socie- Will meet at the home of Mrs. Voile on North Vine Hostess will be assisted by Anna Ellis. Gleaners' Class of the St. Lutheran Church will meet Oct. 13, at 2 p.m. in the of Miss Emma Hagenbueh. Mt. Pulaski Mentor Gra- unit of the Abraham Lincoln Hospital (Lincoln), wiil Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m., the home of Mrs. Otto Ey. All are asked to bring pieces Christmas paper and scis!sors. will be done on articles for Bazaar in November. A.V. Class of the Methodist will meet Tuesday, Oct. at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Oscar Shull. The assisting On Monday, Oct. 2, evening, Mrs. M. D. Leckbee had a wiener roast for her husband, Merwyn D. Present to enjoy the outdoor roast and other good things to eat, were Merwyn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee, Mr. and Mrs. i Everett Sams, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sams and daughter Debby. ENTERTAINED WITH FISH FRY SATURDAY Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee had as guest for a fish fry, the following: Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn D. Leck. bee, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Geyer, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hassebrock and son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. $ohn Geyer. The Leckbee's brought the fish from the Misissippi River, and served channel cat and bufalo. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERAZS LATHAM. ILLINOIS ......----- Mt. Pulaski 792-3235 DAY or NIGHT Or Phom Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 DaTs A Week ...--....--- Sdmhi Funeral Home Mount PulasgL Illinois AMBUIJCE SERVICE -- 10:35 a.m. Morning Sermon: "The science" 6:00 p.m. Junior CYH. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship: Sermon: "Blessed Are The:, Dead" 8:00 pan. Senior CYH. Amem The Teachers and the Bible School will Monday night, Oct. 9, at m. at the church. :: Prayer Meeting on night at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night, Oct. been designated as our next ily Night. This will be Family Night of the fall and all members are member the date. FIBST METHODIST Cor. Jefferson and Vine Clltf D. Slalth, Se for October 8th. : Sunday School at 9 a.m ....... Allsopp, Supt. Worship Service at 10 am. Sermon by the pastor. Anthem by the Adult Choir, rected by Mrs. Julian and acompanied by Myriclc Fri., Oct. 13 WSCS Potluck Church at 6:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 22 All-Church Dinner at the church at A film will be shown. The noon and evening voted to our annual visitation to subscribe the get for Current nevolences and EMERGENCY OXYGEN UNITS INSTANT HELP WHEN LUNGS CAN"r WAIT Eminent doctom bout the wm'ld andmcommeudthe umof hsawide Recommended runge of ctrcumsSace all  for - ate action. A  Oxlen Unit ould be the By Medical diffevm between life and deh. Remember Authottes you cms live 3 weeks without foo6---3 days with- out water, BUT ONLY 3 MINUTES WITHOUT aad Ftmt Aid OZYGEN. ,,i,. BE PREPARED--It is better to have Everywhere emd not  it thau to Mad it and not have lh - Contrary to uormal belt, Oxlen is not ln- fimaubte or an explmdve. SAFE AND IIAEM- LSS--DEPENDABLE--EAST TO USE---INEX- 00ENStV00 WADE PHONE 792-5169 Heart Attoc Drowning FJguo Stroke Asthma Dvlng  Attac ExhausU Migraine Shocgc Infant Sinus S Kayfovor Cmn Fainting H. SCHOTT, Mount Pulaski 500 N. WASHINGTON CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The First National Bank OF Mr. PULASki, ILUNOIS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 27, 1961 Resources Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Government Bonds Other Bonds, including Federal Reserve Bank Stock Loans and Discounts Overdrafts" Banking House and Adjacent Property Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets $ 513,350.91 903,118.75 591,225.81 00223,0600000 968.69 14,000.00 4,465.00 1,129.07 Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits Reserve Account Deposits: Demands 1,543,041.60 Time 1,260,134.91 Other Liabilities $3,251,322.63 / 100 184,932.35 ; i