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MOUNT PULASXI TIMES-NEWS! , Mount Pulaski, Hlinois Mount PulaskL LIL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961 Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. will leave in their auto Sunday with them. ted last week with Mr. and Mrs. i John Tomlinson, Jr., returned l Byron Downing. Weekend guests for Largo, Fla. to again spend the to his home in East Cleveland, [were Mr. Downing's sister and winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley, Ohio, recently, after a visit of soy- I husband, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolley oral days in Mount Pulaski with[ Smith, of Glen Ellyn, who had and children, spent Sunday in his aunt Mrs. G. A. Tomlmsonlbeen in Champaign attending the and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster[football game. The Smith's dau- Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. and other relaves. ,, i ghter, Judy, is a student at the Franklin Connolley and family George W. Pappy Schahl, of  University of Illinois. Saturday HARRY I. WIBLE Mr. and Mrs. John Baird and Editor and Publisher children, Ruth Ann, John Jr., and Lincoln, observed his 92d birth- Mr. and Mrs..Downing had as din- Carl, of Decatur, spent Sunday in day anniversary on Sunday, Oct. nor guests the Smiths, Mr. and i Terms of Subscriptions: the home of her parents, Rev. 15. He lives at the Wasson Nuts- Mr& Clarence Winkelman and Fhree Months ............................ 75c and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer. ing Home. Mr. Schahl was born son, Louis and Miss Norma Stoll Months ......................... : ........ $1.50 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Willman Oct. 15, 1864, in Mt. Pulaski, a of Chestnut. One Year .................................... $3.00 and daughter Cynthia, of St. son of William and Caroline Dr. and Mrs. C. Merriman visit- Joseph, Me., visited last week Schahl. HIS youngest brother, Ed- ed from Saturday until Tuesday Published Every Thursday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ward, lives in Lincoln. He is the with his and wife, Finke and other relatives. Char- father of Fred Sohahl, Lake Fork. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kloppenburg. NOVEMBER 1961 lotto and Sharon, who have been Miss Marie Sums, Mrs. Orville with their grandparents I E. Martin, Mrs. C. M. Merrirnan R visiting $ M I w T F $ for two weeks, returned home and Mrs. Paul Beidler attended 4@-3 " " - ] " 2 3 4 with their parents. Mrs. Willman the Springfield Civic Garden Show FOR X-RAY CHECKUP S 6 7 8 9 ]0 11 has recently become a provision- Thursday afternoon, Oct. 19 at the 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 al member of the Junior League Illinois National Bank in Sprixig- 423 persons registered here on 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 in St. Joseph. field. Mrs. Earl Bastin and granddau- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shull vimt- Tuesday and Wednesday, and re- eeived free chest X-rays, made by 26 27 28 29 30 - - ghter, Vicki Sue, of this vicinity, ed recently, near Paris, Me., with the state tuberculosis unit. visited in Chicago from Thursday their son, Garland, and family, Registration was at the Connel- until Sunday with her son and and in Dwight, Ill., with their ley drug store with the following family, Mr. and Mrs. Davy daughter, Mrs. Pauline Brown. assisting with the registration: LOCAL NEWS Creager and new baby daughter, Mrs. H. C. M. Case of Urbana, Mrs. Gladys Buckles, Mrs. Charles ....... f Paula Jean. and Mrs. George A. Voile, Mount Stopher, Mrs. Darrell Neal, Mrs. in prmgnela uurmg part o ..: ....... - ..... ._ ........ /vllss /-kiiiiti igl/tus servec[ a fur- Pulaski, left Tuesday for a short Floyd Schaffenaeker, Mrs. Eu- .... last weeK, the tztn annual on- ^- ":-ner Sat"r'a "" ;- '^- "----- ........... key u,, u u v ,. ,r ,u,, visit in Madrid, Iowa, with their gone Geyer, Mrs. George Zebrun, : vention oz the uaa lellOWS ranu :- "-^^- to "- ^:" "'-- '"" " . ,, ,,:u,, ,, .u v, ruwm sister, Mrs. Frank Sherman and Mrs. Louis French, Mrs. Lowillis :Lodge of Ihlnom and the 77th Peer and Re-- - "" "" ...... ; V Deft or r'eoria; r. annual session of the leDeKanjan 1 Mrs Herbert Finke Mr n--' in Eagle Grove, Iowa, with their Handlin and Mrs. John Biese- State Assembly met The " , _.. _,u sister-in-law, Mrs. Maude New- meier. . . : . .. .Jhlm. George Opperman and Day- bum. local Odd Fellows loage nau raul [id nf Linooln R 1 .2- rr -- Registration dtes in Lincoln  lvioore ........ as mmr aezegae and .................. ,. a,u Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothwell, are Nov. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, and Mrs Charles Wfllman and daugh- Sr., attended a luncheon recently 21, from 9 aJn: to 4 p.m. J. A. Veech represented the I ters Charlotte Sharon a-n c-. Rebekahs. Jthia, of St. JoSeph, Me. -- J'" at the St. Nicholas Hotel in  Springfield, honoring her sister Hog Raiser- A man who makes Mount Pulaski relatives and [ Mrs. Marie Lucas entertained and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. a living with his pen. friends have received word from [Sunday with a family dinner in Larue Spitznaugle who have re- Chicago telling of the death of]her country home south of the tired and have moved to Braden. Charles Russell Shute, on Oct. 6, I city. Guests included Mr. and ton, Fla. Funeral services and burial I Mrs. C. L. Lucas of Louisville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Francis Myrick place Oct. 9th. His wife who J Mrs. Byron DeHaan, of Peoria, Mr. enjoyed a weekend vacation trip is the former Nellie and Mrs. Leigh Lucas, Lt. and to the Wisconsin Dells and other of Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Joe Lucas, and Mrs. Viva beautiful places along the way, Petition for probate of the will Leggett, Mt. Pulaski. that are so colorful this time of the late George Stopher is an Mrs. Mary Guffey has'return- year. They also visited with her at the Logan county court- ed homo following a 10-day visit Iparents ' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Nor- house in Lincoln. Leland P. Mill- with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. ris, in Rochelle, Ill., on their re- Lincoln, is named executor Howard Pugsley and family in turn trip home. which lists personal Rochester, N.Y. Mrs. Robert Rothwell, Sr., visit-i in excess of $15,000 and Guests in the home of Lt. and ed Tuesday of this week in! estate property in excess of Mrs. Joe Lucas the past weekend Springfield with. her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Ninian Larson eL were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lucas, Herschel Hill, who has Jttt re. Chicken and and Charles W. Stopher, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Lucas's sister turned from a month's conducted and son, filed the peti- Mrs. Sherrie Parsons and son, tour of six countries in Europe. Noodles .............. 50c n. Robert of Monahans, Texas, are Michael Sullivan, 57, and Thel- Salad .................. 15c Holmes returned home re- visiting them this week. ma Sullivan, 62, of Peoria, were from a fishing trip to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Stoll and reunited in marriage here yester- Bsr-B-(ue .......... 0c Bovey, Minn., and up into Can- daughter Lois, returned home on day by Justice of the Peace, F. H. Wayne Makinen of Bovey, Saturday from Elkhorn, Wi, Myrick. Fred to Canada. He where they visited reliatives, Mr. Mr. and Mrs: Walter Hasheko gone about three weeks, and Mrs. Herman Trepel and of Huntington Park, Cal__if. visit- Mr. and Mrs. George Meister family for several days. grandson David Meister, vis- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Scott, Sulli- in Freeport recently with van, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Tommie Havene00 son-in-law and daughter, Scott and son of Crawfordsville, REALTY CO. and Mrs. Lester Werntz and Ind., visited at the home of Mr. City, Suburban mid and Mrs. James B. Follis last Farm Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lippott of week.' On Saturday the latter's 311 Wut Coolm St. were callers in Mount son, Wendell D. Follis, and grand- Phone .S4, Mount 1 ' last Thursday. daughter Debra, of Aurora, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dean Curry, Chi- and Mrs. Edna Bevans of were dinner guests Sat- of the former's Curry, at the Bet- restaurant. Mary Aylesworth made a minute trip by jet plane, Fri- evening, from St. LOuis, Me. Okla., to visit friends. in the day she had flown SAVINGS MONEY Springfield to St. Louis on . airliner. She returned by jet .Sunday. WHEN YOU NEED IT The Red Cross Blood Bank day Friday, Oct. 20, netted pints of blood. The total reg- at the First Christian What does thrift mean to you? More sv. was 125, with six rejects, ings And savings mean -- more money for what bank was sponsored St. Clara's Hospital Auxiliary. yOU need, when you need it. plus money for all Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bartels of your very special dreams. Thrift Week and every will leave Saturday. on week, save here.., save consistently.., save auto trip to St. Petersburg, Fla. his aunt, Mrs. George successfully. North Lafayette St., Pulaski, to that city for a stay. Your savings mean more when you stove here, and Mrs. Harvey Hiatt of thanks to liberal interest, compounded regularly. were guests on Monday Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. They Come in... start saving now. Current interest newlyweds, the wedding tak- place on Sunday. rate is 3%. Dr. and Mrs. Myron B. Wait, of ; Dr. and Mrs. Edwin C. and children, Charles, Jan- Julie, of Streator, visited lay and Sunday with their " Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. anniversaries of Dr. G. Wait, Dr. Myron Wait, and Wait, were celebrated. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait left on for Largo, Fla. to spend winter. This is the llth time FIRST NATIONAL BANK to Florida and the 8th Largo. er I Mount PulmflcL Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Grv H.S. Voting (._____Continued from page mathematic classes n- Plans also include room being available students may go, and for treatment of minor PRECINCT NO. 1High Building, Mount Pulaski, Comprising all territory Pulaski Township High District No. 28 of Logan, m0n, Macon and DeWiV ties, Illinois, with the of the territory of said ing in Aetna Township, Laenna Township, County, Illinois, ship, 19-1E, DeWitt inois, and Austin 1E, Macon County, which the' polling at the Mount Pulaski High School, West South Spring Streets, Mt. ki, Illinois. Precinct No. gion Hall, prising all territory of Township High No. 28 of Logan, San[ con and DeWitt lying within Aetna 19-1W, Laenna Township, Logan County, Illinois, Township, 19-1E, DeWitt Illinois, for which the place shall be at the Legion Hall, Chestnut, Polls open at 12:00 close at 7:00 p.m. CHICKEN- NOODLES Served By The Dorcas Guild SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 St. John's Lutheran Church- Homemade Pie ...................... Roll .................... Coffee ................ I0 SERVING STARTS AT 11:00 O'CLOCK Everyone Cordially Invited Visit Bazaar and Bake Sale STARTS AT 10:00 AM. What's Planavac? ) A lain uanltyl Your f,m,af, needs m'e m indlvidad m fingerp0000 But by mam d demmb mdy,00 help, you tb,, Smmm  d fss  F'md the i to Kenneth Johnson