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i<C PAGE TWO THE MOUNT PlltlU TIMltt. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS MOUNT PULASKI TIME-NEWS over world-wide radio hookup in Mount Pulaski, Illinois 47 different languages. The single ring ceremony was lblished and entered as second performed in the First Presby. matter ill the postolIlce at terian church at 12:30 p.m. by Mount Pulaski, IllLuols, Nov. 17, Dr. Richard Paul Graebel. 1930, under the Act of Congress Miss Beth Tomlinson was the of March 9, 1B79. guest-of-honor at a surprise IIARRY I. WIBLE party October 1st, in her home Editor and Publisher in Forrest. The occasion celebrat- ed her 16th birthday. The event Terms of Subscription: was planned by her mother, Mrs. Three Months .................... 75c Alfred H. Tomlinson. Six Months ........................ $! Mrs. C. M. Merriman visited One  ................................ $2.50 with relatives in Springfield last Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer and Mrs. Frances Bowers, living to theofEasternthesoUthsarahstar, °f theDakeilliopolisCitY'lodgememberSreturnedOf the home last Thursday evening from Chicago, where they attend- ed the Grand Chapter sessions of the Order of the Eastern Star of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rothwell left last Thursday evening on Rock, the GreenArk. ' onDiam°nda shortf°rbusiness Little trip. They returned home Mon- day. Mrs. Delbert Bobell, Miss Gay- etta Mayer and Miss Grace Clif- ton visited near Buffalo Hart last Thursday with Mrs. Jack A. Enos, and enjoyed a chicken dinner. beenMrs.AlvinLouiSemployedKrueger'Krueger,inS°noffice°fwhoMr'workandh as for the Seaboard Airline Rail- road in Tampa, Fla., returned home recently and is now work- past Lug f°rtwotheweeksIllin°iShe hasCentral'been Theact. ing station agent at Latham. Mrs. C. H. Leckbee returned h°memonth,sTUesdaYstay withm°rningher afotera ' Mrs. Lillie Andrew, a patient in BlessingAndrew ish°spital'now improvingqUinCY'being Mrs" able to sit up in bed part off the day. Sr.fleldMr'of thiSsaturday,andvicinity Mrs" R°bertoct.Were6 R°thwellinattend.Spring ingMissthesharonWed dingo,Hara°f haig hieeoe  VernonDr'den andLane,WilliamMrS'Lake G" Springfield H'oie,O'Hara'jr., s°n Lin'andof Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. Oie Sr., of St. Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. Harper of New York City, arrived last week on a vacation visit with his mother, Mrs. R. T. Harper, and brother, Ward Harper. Loren is supervisor of production for the U. S. State Department Voice of America, which broadcasts Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clark of Denver, Colo., visited here last week with his uncle, John T. MinnieHersheY'Hershey and hiSandaUnts'Miss Meta Miss Clark. Also with cousins, Mr. and andMrs'trips Mrs.H't o visitV'MerrittWyn d'oth erM.TheYrelativeSwilliamsm a Chestnut, and Reuben Hershey and family in Bloomington. Mrs. John Shearer and son Larry were Springfield visitors last Friday. Misses Pauline and Marilyn Hutter of Peoria, visited in the Mrs. city withjo e Hutter, their parentS,over theMr-week, and end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O'Brien and daughters Evelyn and Kath leen of Milwaukee, Wisc., who came to Lincoln Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Deaconess Laura Payne'hospital,patientvisited in suth: Jess Alberts and son Lloyd of Girard were also Sunday guests in the Payne home. They spent Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rothwell of near the city, made an auto Mr. trip and °n SundaYMrs. Joseph t° J°lietDoudt°who see are patients in St. Joseph's hos- pitalMr.there'and Mrs. Reuben Hershey son Phillip, and daughter Lois Ann of Bloomington, visited on nieSUndaYHersheY,Hershey.withand hiSauntfatherMissJ°hnMin .T" Mr.Mr'andandMrs.Mrs'Rel 1FredSehrot h W" St°ll,an d andWeredaUghter'attendedin LincolnHarrietttheSUndaY,wedding and Oct.D°ris'7, Miss Lois Elaine Paulus, Lincoln and Wayne Allen Conrady of INGRAM'S SLGAS SERVICE Meum Pulaski C)ID HOT Short Grass with ROd Cameron, Cathy Downs, Alan Hale Jr., Johnny Mack Brown It's no lie when we say that you will enjoy pat. ronizing us. Just give us a chance to prove it. CARTOON  COMEDY i SUNDAY. MONDAY October 14 and 15 Matinee Sunday at 2 O'clock "Bird Of Paradise" (In Technicolor) with Louis Jourdon, Debra Paget, Serf Chandler Hartsburg. The ceremony took place in St John's Lutheran ehur ch at 2 p.m., Rev. H. J. Barth °fficiating'Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ader- man, North Garden street, had Mrs. as dinnerHenry Gibson guests oflastLouisville, Sunday' Linc°lnofMr. Ky" ;andspringfieldandMrs'Mrs'; Mrs.MissCharlesCharesJhnMaudeandzelleLdsdnBrashearMrs.Brashear'andRbertsn Mr'°f Behrends of Easton. A petition for administration of the estate of David Wilson of Lincoln has been filed in Log- an county court in Lincoln, list- ing $500 in personal property and $6,000 in real estate. Earl G. Potter was named adminis. trator. Mrs. Kathryn Kinert was in Rolla, Mo., over the week end and attended Parents' Day at the Missouri School of Mines. her son Roy being a studem there. Miss Carolyn Cromer. daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. William Cram- er of Paris, Ill., and Charles Ely MPritcih: al y si t :hfe t tC hor lSa n nd were married at 3 p.m. Saturd- day, Oct. 6 in the Paris Baptist church. Mount Pulaskians at- tending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fleagle, Miss Florence Lachenmyer and Ben W. Ely, and Mrs. Chloe Jenner of Lake Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stout and daughter Shirley who lived near Mount Pulaski the past few ars, moved to Niantie recent- Mr. and Mrs. John Rassler and two children have moved from Decatur to Mount Pulaski, hav- ing purchased the Mrs. C. E. Glose properay on North Vine street. Mr. anod Mrs. Harry Ulrich of Lisbon, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. Frank Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. T. ADDED SHORT SUBJECTS WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY • October 17 and 18 "Hit Parade of 1951" with John Carroll, Marie Mac- Donald, Grant Withers, Estellta Rodrignez THURSDAY, OCTO ] of their daughter, Mary ;A. Gupton, St., and other rela. tives. Casstevens, son of Mr. maJmeSa°gtatrapdtFl'yd #:lsSiMo., on Tuesday o see Re,,'. Ed. J'V¢illiamTheD' CasstevenSv'eddingMerrimaniS°fset f° PaulWardhospital M- Krewer,there.patient in De visitedHeightshisWaSparents, here recenDr " !ii'ill : Iir: errm,;rimfio#tman.C'sh°rt5lerriman'shI" They 3ierriman'x'isit wereinbrotherSUllivanTheYA. 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