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Mount , PULAS rT TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski. lllinok i blished and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress March 9, 1879. HARRY y. WIBLE IMitor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Months ........................... 75c SiX Months. ............................. :...$L50 Year ................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday OCTOBER 1961 S M I' W 1' F S 1234567 8 9 10 1112 1314 1516 17 1819 20 21 232425262F' 28 293031 - - -:- . . ., ., . .,, . NEWS al members of the Mount Christian church, and Christian Church of the city, were in Monday evening, Oct. 16 attend the County Men's Meet- iheld in the Emden Christian at 6:30 p.m. A smorgas- dinner was featured. The was John Pierce of Ur- Miss Frances Vetters, who re. at the home of her sister, Glenn McCarthy, fell in the last week and fractured an the elbow. Ida Dittman who lives Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger, ob- her 85th birthday anni- Saturday, Oct. 14. Pearl Rowe of Decatur, vis- the city during the week With her mother, Mrs. Grace , and Mrs. Lester Brooks of Iowa have been her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. i at their country home 121 between Mt. Pulaski doing a good job all sum- up bench warmers J the public square, the many I ache; were stored for the win. ' turday, Oct. 14. Many peo-J  enjoy using the benche dur- i the summertime. was received this week Reuben Horn, of the death aunt, Mrs. Mary Ziemendors ! Milwaukee, Wis. Funeral serv- iwere held Tuesday, there. A obituary will be in next Times.News. Leland Cross and children in Stanford recently and With her sister, Mrs. Da- and family. and Mrs. Donald Copeland trip to Chicago for a visit. land Mrs. Orville Fulk and were Sunday visitors in m. Roos entertained g guests at dinner on Oct. 14: Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Etta Beidler, and Tribbett. Hahn, well-known resi- of Mount Pulaski and corn- for 77 years had the un- during last having the mumps. and Mrs. Dale Broughton Nancy and Monte, in Waynesville recently. parents Mr. and Mrs. Ill., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961 Miss Barbara Patterson and Jerry! Wessel, students at Illinois State Normal University, Normal. Fred J. Roth, custodian of the Abraham Lincoln Shrine in the i local square, and his wife, were in New Salem State Park, near Petersburg, Friday, Oct. 13, and attended the Central Illinois Con- vention of custodians of state shrines,etc. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tendick and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick !Jr., visited in Charleston Sunday with the former's daughters Mrs. George Woodyard. Mr. Woodyard is a faculty member at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. Friday, Oct. 20 is Logan Coun- ty Red Cross Blood Bank Day in Lincoln. The bank is sponsored by the St. Clara's Hospital Aux- iliary. Assisting in recruiting per- sons to give blood, from Mount Pulaski area, are Mrs. Raymond Sams, Miss Marie Sams, and Mrs. Ray Hummel. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, of Minneapolis, Minn. and his mother, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman of Mr. Victory, Ohio, visited in Mt. Pulaski Sunday with the latter's sisters, Mrs. Walter Sohafer, Mrs. David O. Brady and Miss Anna Roth, ad brother Fred J. Roth. Mrs. Etta Beidler and grand- daughter, Mrs. Loren Ayers, were visitors in Springfield Monday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. James Jack- son and family near Latham, in- cluded: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Par- nell and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Luebke and children, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Luebke, all of St. Louis, Mo; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Luebke, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Letter- le and children of Mt. Pulaski. Dr. and Mrs. James Borgerson spent the week end in Chicago visiting with friends. Airman Apprentice Phil Dehner of the USN spent three days this week visiting his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wheeler and children. He is leaving Sunday for Mem- phis, Tenn. where he will be stationed while studying to be an Aviatio Electronics Technician. He has been stationed in San Diego, Calif. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dehner, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes and son Lee, had as dinner guests on Sunday, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deibert, who were cele- brating their 21st wedding anni- versary. Afternoon callers were the Deiberts son, Ray, who is a student at Eastern University in Charleston, and Miss Carol Shoup, a student at ISNU, at Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keil and son David, and Mrs. Henry Keil of Springfield, were Sunday visit. ors in the home of Miss Katie Keil. Mrs. Irma Dana had the fol- lowing dinner guests Sunday:- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brooks of In- dependence, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bressmer, Latham; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pasley, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Auer, Mt. Pulaski. Steve and Scott Yotrnger, Van- dalia, visited from Thursday un- 'til Tuesday, with their grand- mother Mrs. Irma Dana, while their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Younger visited friends in Okla- homa. ELKHART YEARBOOK STAFF IS CHOSEN Students on the Elkhart high school yearbook, The Echo, have been named for the school year 1961.62, as follows: Dave Bell, editor; Suzanne Ver- ban, ass't, editor; John Davis, business manager with assistants Janice Jones, Pat Hanahan, Rol- and Doom, and Janet Allen. Pat Hanahan, art editor; Lucy Hall, assistant; Cheryl Benner is photographer; Lucy Hall and Bill Benner are her assistants. Deann Ward, advertising man- ager; Gary Dobey, Janet Jones, Rose Mary VanFossan assistants. John Cherry is sports editor and Jim Pippenger is his asistant. Sharon Bait, article chairman; Bill Penner, Linda Radtke, Mere- dith Rickords, Steve-Bair, Vera Awe, Janice Rickert, Janet Allen, assistants. Richard Huston, Advisor. FRESH GOLDEN BROWN DONUTS Made Each Afternoon Except Sunday Open 6 A.M. - 8:30 P.M. Week Days SULLIVAN'S DONUT SHOP KITCHEN BAND IS courthouse (inside) at 1:15 ,,-,n,P, P,A,, and then go to the Mary t l'l'U:,.aXl.Jllli t,,i[,),)l) Nursing Home to present a f.T-T] m.rl.]:..R ]gram and visit with the r  ..................... [ there. The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band I Members of the band' ;a: has accepted an engagement to I to * take cookies to the lu play at the theatre in the Ill}nois homes may do so, as it is Building on the State Fair missible. Grounds in Springfield, Saturday evening, Nov. 4, as part of the program. They will be entertain. ing the Sangamon County 4-H club members and their parents. The occasion is 4-H Achievement Night. On Thursday, Oct. 24, the band members will meet on the east side of the public square, at the Bowlhlg Alley, at 9:15 a.m., where they will leave for Lincoln. At 10 a.m. they will give a program at the Deaconess Nursing Home and then will sit with residents and show them their kitchen hats and instruments. After dinner in Lincoln, they will meet on the east side of the The next practice session be at the high school choral ,southwest corner of the on Monday evening, Oct. 8 p.m. Please note the change place and time. The Kitchen Band was well ceived Saturday evening at Maroa-Forsythe school where members enjoyed ing as much as their enjoyed them and their Rev. and Mrs. Bruce a'nd son Eric, of Green Bay, visited in the city Monday Tuesday with his brother, Paul Burdick and LINCOLNLAND COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION INVITES YOU TO BECOME A MEMBER Membership Drive Oct. 16- Oct. 20 BELAFONTE FOLK SINGERS XIMENEZ-VARGAS SPANISH DANCERS AND OTHER CONCERT ARTISTS 1961-1962 Season Membership Adults - $7.00 Students - $4.00 JOIN NOW! Headquarters for drive are located in the Logan County Courthouse What's Planavac? Mrs. Dale Fuhrer, Mr. Kenneth Connolley, Jim, : Bob and Steve Romer, left afternoon for Bland. and visited until Sunday Romer boys' sister, Mrs. Suycott and family. They to Macomb Saturday and the Homecoming foot. ame between Western m- University and Southern U., the former winning 13. Mr. Suycott is music di- at Western Illinois U. Bloomington recently, Mr. George Gielow and faro- as guests, several rela- friends: Mr. and Mrs. Schahl and children, and JaTtet, Mr. and Elmer Mr. , Karl Miss Donald Celeste of Mt You can always count on your cash being handy when you keep it in our bank. IT'S INSURED! IT'S AVAILABLE! INTE IS GUARANTEED! We00Pay 3% on Savings Ac00oun'i's BANK A new idea in security! Your family's nee& are as individual as your fingerprints. But PIanavac, by means of electronic analysis, hdlm you ta.k the guesswork out of future plans. Find the key m Meqm fam proton...send today for a Planav Confidentlal Information card. Call ar write your BMA relesentative. Kenneth W. 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