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2---TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, MOUNT PULAS][I TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulasld, Illinois Published and entered as second cla matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Flee Montlm ................... : ........ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday OCTOBER 1961 S M T W t F S 1234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 2223 2425262728 293031 - - - "- i am e I  I o i LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Harvey Robinson and Mrs. Steve Patterson were Springfield visitors Saturday, Mrs. John Riley of Mattoon visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter : Men. Mm. Geraldine Koehler, wife of Everett Koehier, living north of the city, has resigned her posi- tion in the office of Gleenbrook Laboratories in Monticello, which became effective Oct. 1. Mrs. Herbert Shelhammer and Frances Bowers, south of the City, members of the Eastern Star CAlLpter in Illiopolis, returned to their homes Thursday evening, Oct. 5 from Chicago where they : attended the annual session of the Gand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held at the Medinah Temple. *: Miss Mary Catherine Schick and Eleanora McDonald, Spring- i*&apos;:: field, visited southwest of the city Sunday with the former's sister Wilford Scroggin, Jr., and !:i :::: family. Both formerly lived in Mr. Pulaski. Miss McDonald taught :in the grade school many years ago, after which she went to Champaign, and later located in :, Springfield. Miss Glennna McCarthy, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mc- y, who has begun her sec- Ond year of study in San Jose College, San Jose, Calif., arrived home Thursday, Oct. 5, coming because of the illness of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hahn and daughter Lynnae and Lynnette, of Metomora, spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Davis of City, Mo., Wilbur Davis Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Anna Frazier of Los Angeles, Calif., yEs- in the city recently with rel- atives, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, r.. whom they had not seen for 60 years. In Springfield during the mon- th of September, 14 Central Ill- inois U.S. Army recruits were en- listed. Among this number was R. Prattler, son of Mr. and William Prather, this city. Mrs. Forrest Suycott and daugh- ter of Blandinsvillle, near Ma- :: comb visited in the city over the (: week-end with her father, Roman Romer, and family. : S.J. Giddens and son of Evans- : ville, Ind., visited in the city from Friday to Sunday with a relative Mrs. Blanche $arvis. Mr: and Mrs. Virgil G. Connol- ley of Henry, visited in the city Saturday and Sunday, with his sisters, Mrs. Louis Sams and Miss : Laura Connolley, and brother Eu- .. gene K. ConnoUey. Mrs. Norman Mayer of Elm- hurst visited during the week end with her mother, Mrs. Anna Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ahrens and Son Kenneth, from Springfield, called on Rev. and Mrs. Neu- Saturdy. Mr. Ahrens is Rev. nephew. Mrs. Virgil Connolley of Henry, i called on Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer Saturday evening. Miss Carol Biesemeier, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Biese- meier is again attending the Val- paraiso University, Valparaiso, Ind., this being her senior year. Miss Phyllis Biesemeler, daugh. IlL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1961 ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Biese- meier spent the weekend with her parents. A graduate of Mount Pul- aski high school and Valparaiso University (Indiana), Miss Biese- meier is now located in Jack- sonville, where she is teaching at the Illinois Braille and Sight- Saving School. In Decatur recently, Mrs. Mer- ritt Williams entertained several friends in honor of her aunt, Miss Minnie Hershey of Mt. Pulaski, who observed her 92nd birthday anniversary Sept. 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finke, re- siding in Chester township, six miles north of Mt. Pulaski, return- ed home Monday from St. Joseph, Me., where they visited several days with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willman, and fam- ily. They were accompanied home by their granddaughters, Char- lotte and Sharon. George Zebrun is now fish bi- ologist with the Dept. of Conser- vation at Ottawa, Ill. He started his new position Tuesday, Oct. 3. The Zebrun family will continue to live in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chaplin of Raymond, Ill., and Rhoda Wood- all of Taylorville, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrsl Bert Lovelace west of town. Mrs. Chaplin is the sister of Mr. Love- lace. Mrs. Lucille Grathwohl and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seltzer were in Chester on Friday where they at- tended the funeral services of J. C. Barwell, at the Schroeder Funeral Chapel. Mr. Barwell died Oct. 4, 1961 at the age of 59 years. Burial was in the Cutler cemetery. rncome tax: An ineffectual meth- od by which the government at- tempts to balance its vast spend- rag. JR. WOMAN'S CLUB- (continued from page 1) vice-president, gave a short re- port on the trip to Chicago for the Jr. Woman's Club national con- vention. She also took volunteers for the selling of Brain Research candy, which the club sold Tues. day evening, Oct. 10. All pro- ceeds from this sale went to the Brain Research center in Chicago. Plans for the annual Hallow- JOHN HEIN CALLED BACK INTO SERVICE John Hein, returned to the Unit- ed States a number of weeks ago bringing his wife and baby dau- ghter Debra Lynn from Germany. He had been serving in the U.S. Army Military Police Department, there, for two years. Mr. Hein purchased the George Savage property on West Morgan St. in Mount Pulaski and with short recitation orr the works that the club does to better acquaint tho club members how the or- ganization works as a national club. There will be a series of these talks before each regular meeting. All members who are interested may attend. Co-chairman of the Fall Dance, Mrs. Bill Howe and Mrs. John Martin, passed out tickets. The dance will be held at the Elks t Club in Springfield, Saturday [ evening, Nov. 4 from 9:30 tot 12:30. The Charlie Roges Orches-i tra will be featured. ! The next meeting is scheduled to be held Thursday evening, Nov. 2, at the library. Mrs. Jo Luca, department chairman, will introduce David Beggs III of De- catur, to speak on "The Little Red School House." e'en Party are in process. Mrs. his family has been living there. Pick Shanle and Mrs. John Scro-, Last Saturday, Oct. 7, he receiv- gin are co-chairmen. - led notice from the Army Depart- 'meet calling him back into the Mrs. Kenneth Brooker gave a service, being ordered to report to Hostess-Chairmen: Mrs. Dale Fuhrer, Mrs. Dick Talmage, Mrs. Kenneth Brooker, Mrs. Barbara Aylesworth, Mrs. John Scroggin, Mrs. John West and Mrs. Ed Hickey. Cmtlemm: A man who, when his wife drops something, kicks it where she can pick it up more easily. 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