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4-.-TIMES.NEWS, Mount PulaL AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Mrs, Roberts of Clinton, spent the week end with daughter Mrs. Gerald Rau, and family. Mrs. Glenn Bradshaw return- from a two weeks visit with her mother, who is ill in Detroit, Mich. The. Wm. Hefts drove to Flora Friday P.M. to visit daughter Pa- trivia and Aunt Etta Perrine, dau- ghterr Vera and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birks, near West Salem, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Delbert Southern and H.A. K. were in Mt. Pulaski and Chest- nut Wednesday A.M. for com- bine repairs first, then to Mrs. • Vallas Kuntzi's for iris, then vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Steve South- : errl. Where did all those brown but- terflies go? Mrs. Steve Southern said a tree in their back yard was covered one one side with them - when opened and closed wings a m0st beautiful sight. WSWS meets with Mrs. Linn Rau Thursday afternoon. The financial committee meets at 7:30 some P.M. in the church. A lovely bouquet came to the chur- ch from the Bradshaw funeral. For a special at church service Gloria Stogsdill sang a solo. A wiener roast and hay rack ride at Marion Alsups Saturday even- ing. Local Conference at 3:30 next Sunday in the church here (Oct. 15). The strong winds and hot sun- shine last week dried the corn in a hurry. Wheat has been sown. A lot of Fall plowing is be- done. New wire corn cribs at Delbert Southem's and Everett Lawrence's - a crib is under construction at Marion Alsups. rcthaw Death The community was sh6cked by the sudden death of Glenn Brad- shaw, 66, Thursday noon. He suf- fered a heart attack at the din- ner table and died before could get him to a hospital. A lifelong of this area, a farmer. was born may 17, 1895, son of and Agnes Blackledge Brad. m same house where he his home. He was mar- tied in Indianapolis, Ind. to Myrtle Collier, who survives. Al- so leaves two daughters, Mrs. Wm. (Gloria) Kiick of Downers Grove, and Mrs. Wm. (Carolyn) Miller Of Latham; and, five grandchild- Deceased was a member of the E. Church; of Macon Farm Bureau, and chart- member of the Latham Fire Funeral services were held on Oct. 7, 1961, in Daw- son & Wikoff funeral home. There was many floral offerings and a attendance. • The Lord's Prayer as a solo was rendered. Clergyman officihting Rev. Raymond R. Brewer. were Joe and Nell Raymond Hoaglin, Del. bert Southern, Leland Games, and Clark Curry. Burial was in Fair- lawn cemetery beside his par- ents. Sympathy to the family. Mediator: A person who gets it in the neck from both sides. IlL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1961 TIMES-NEWS LETTERBOX Lincoln, Ill. Dear Mr. Wible: I am enclosing a check for the renewal of Times-News. Also, I want to thank you for honoring my brother, H. P. "Jim" Crowe, in the Sil-Tennial Celebra- tion. I thought the Pageant was won- derful. Yours truly, Dessie Crowe Reiser. Swedeborg, Mo. 9-29-61 Mr. Harry J. Wible Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Dear Sir: As my time is almost out on my subscription to your paper I am enclosing check for continu- ation for one year. I am enjoying my Souvenir Book so much. It brings back so many memories and I heard from schoolmates and friends of long ago that I hadn't heard from for years. I celebrated my 79th birth- day Wednesday the 27th and am fairly healthy with the exception of a heart condition. Wasn't able to make the Sil- Tennial celebration but many schoolmates and friends were there, among them I count first, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beidler, whom I have known since girlhood. Thank You. Elizabeth Lercher (James) Tehran, Sept., 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: Being near the end of the sup- ply line does not dim our appreei. ation of the admirable work you all did to make the Sil-Tennial elebration such a success in every way. Your newspaper is most wel- come to us, too. I am entranced by Zimmermann's ads. U.S. goods sold in the local "very modern" Super-Market here: Miracle Whip is $3.30 a quart; baked beans, 75c and pineapple juice, $2.40 a can. We have Commissary privileg- !es  and the local food in season is excellent. Right now Persian melons are in great piles every- where and are delicious. My Sil-Tennial edition came this long mute with not even a bashed comer. Thank you, Sincerely, Dorothy Eddy. BOYS IN SERVICE Serving at the North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego, Cal. is Harold A. Walton, Jr., construc- tion apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. Wilma M. Scrivinger of 409 E. Cooke St., Mt. Pulaski, Ill. This air station, part of the Navy's com- plex of installations at San Diego, provides patrol aircraft to guard Pacific approaches to the North American continent. Army Pvt. Charles B. Stoeckel, 22,-son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Stoeckel, 1720 Lowell Ave., Springfield, has completed the finance procedures course under the Reserve Forces Act program at the Finance School, Fort Ben- jamin ttarrison in Indiana. He is a 1956 graduate of Springfield high school. The Stoeckel family lived in Mount Pulaski when Mr. Stoeckel was a teacher in Zion Luther- WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 am. to 8:00 p.m. MONDAY -- WEDNESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART. ILL. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE That we have made arrangements to furnish our customers with the services of an EXTRA BARBER ON SATURDAYS BILL TATE BARBERSHOP So. Washington Phone 792-3370 WADE PHONE 792.5169 EMERGENCY OXYGEN UNITS INSTANT HELP WHEN LUNGS CAN'T WAIT Eminent dootam throughout the wos4d recognize and reconunendthe useof awide range of circumstances, all calling for tmmedi. ate action. A portable OxTgen Unit could be the difference between ltfe and death. Remember you cms live 3 weeks without food---3 days with- out watt, BUT ONLY 3 MINUTES WITHOUT OXYGEN. BE PREPARED--It is better to have and not need it than to need it and not have IL Cantrary to normal belief, Oxygen is not in. flmnable or an explosive. SAFE AND HARM. LESS---DEPENDABEAST TO USEINEX- PENSIVE. • Heart Athzks • Drowning • Fatigue • Strofm • Asthma • Driving • AsphixinUou Attacks Exhaustion • M:igrahw • Shock • Infant Hemlachl • Sinus SuffocutSen • H(qrfever • Coma • Fainting Recommended By Medlcof Authorities and Fimt Aid Everywhere H. SCHOTr, Mount Pulaski 500 N. WASHINGTON an parochial school. Charles was a student then, in Mount Pulaski township high school. Gerald L. Bryant, boilerman fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mzs. Thomas E. Bryant, of Latham, is serving with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean aboard the des- troyer USS Johnston. CALENDAR BANQUET AND POTLUCK SUPPER NOV. 2 Members of the Ladies' Aid So- ciety of the Christian church wish to make the advanced announce- ment that they will sponsor their 31st annual Calendar Banquet and Potluck Supper in the chur- ch basement on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. You are asked to bring $._ for the potluck. Rolls and willl be furnished, n., This event is held to raise to pay the insurance on the ch. Bring your families friends and enjoy the occasiaP" More information later. Complete Kitchens Sold and Installed - by STAHL'S Now, even near ne;0hb ma,1 us their deposits and transact other business via Uncle 5am. 5av them time--carfare--gasofineand gets the same prompt attention as a personal isit. €11 whm maveai W m am/timd • a.k of (00hestn00t CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS FREEZER SALE AT STAHL'S Big 13 Cubic Foot G.E. 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