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G--TIMES,NEWS. Mount Pulaski. L1L. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1961 IYS MOVE TO EFFINGHAM HOME Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kirby, who lived on South Lafayette St. in Mt. Pulaski for many years, mov- ed recently to Effingham, to make their future home. : Mr. Kirby operated a welding and machine shop for some time on the east end of the lot just south of the Dick Shull garage. He constructed a modern shop building in the block west of the ICRR junction. The property was A. REITERMAN--- (Continued from page 1) one son, Eugene, is deceased. His wife passed away in 1920. On Dec. 20, 1925, he married Mrs. Florence Fuhrwerk Stogdell and to this union was born one i daughter, Mrs. Betty Behrens, of] Latham, and she survives. Mrs.! Florence Reiterman died Feb. 15, 1957. On. Feb. 18, 1960, he was united i in marriage with Marguerite Wal- ters of Merom, Ind., and she sur- STATE MEETING OF REBEKAH LODGES The 77th Annual session of the Rebekah State Assembly of Illinois met in the. State of Ill- inois Armory Auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 17 and 18th. Over 800 delegates from the State of Illinois attended. Mrs. Grace Baker, delegate from Cen- tral Rebekah Lodge 313 and Mrs. Mary Veech, attended. State Pres-. ident Pauline Price of Flora pre- sided at the business meeting. Greetings from various digni- HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Doris Baldwin was dis- missed Saturday from ALM hos- pital where she had been a pa- tient for several days. Harold Tendick, Sr., was ad- miRed to the ALM nospitat on Thursday, Oct. 19, for medical at- tention. I Edwin Rentschler, of Chestnut, :was dismissed Oct. 19 from the ALM hospital where he had been a medical patient several days. Mrs. Wallace Kautz, residing south of Lake, has been a surf- i John Riedle, 56, who injured right foot Monday evening . he fell 10 feet off a scaffold, ceived X-rays at St. Clara's]  pital. Leffer Box Lincoln, ll Dear Sir:- Thank you very much for $-Ie recent publicity given ut - iliary in the sponsorsmP v- October Blood Bank. We are pleased that enO kind people took the time to 2 a pint of blood for Wayne o" sold to the railroad company as part of the ground at the end of South Marion" St., where the com- pany will construct a new wye to connect with the Peoria divis- ion tracks. This building will be used for storage purposes by the :railroad. : Before leaving Mt. Pulaski Mr. and Mrs. Kirby sold their resi- dence property to Mr. and Mrs. : Frank Beers of Williamsville, who formerly resided in Mr. Pulaski vicinity. They moved their house- hold goods to this city last week. Mrs. Walter Fisher is their daughter. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montgom- ery, are parents of a son, born Thursday, Oct. 19, in St: Clara's hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Davis, Mt. Pulaski vicinity, are parents of a son, born Oct. 18 in the Memor- ial hospital at Springfield. A daughter was born Friday, Oct. 20 in ALM hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cline. The Bloomington Pantagraph, Oct. 19 issue, under heading "New Names In The News", printed the following: "Michelle Gaffney weighed 5 lb. 131& oz. at birth : Oct. 9, on Mennonite Hospital, a son of Harold and Barbara Gaff- ney, Golden Drive, and a grand- son of Mrs. M. G. Lrish, 814 N. Main, John Irish of Middletown, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaffney, Lake : , Fork. Other children are Michael 9, and Rebecca 2. ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. PREMIUM SPECtAL I OFFERI i Westinghouse Rayescent o i SAFETY ! OFF tingh0use I;AFI NIGHT LIGHT 4900m Just plug into any wall or baseboard outlet in any room, then say goodbye forever to fumbling or groping around for light switches at night. This new Westinghouse safety night light lastsfor lO,O00hours, costs less than 1 a year tO operate. Pick up one today.., and while you're here, ask our modernlza. tton experts for new ideas on how to Improve a room from ceiling to floor. Offer good fora limited time only. Rothwell Lumber Co. Mount PulaskL IlL vives. The following step-children sur- vive: Mrs. Pauline Cowan, Chest- nut; Mrs. Florence Garrison, Mr. Pulaski and Fred Stogdell, Chest- nut. Nineteen grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren surwve. Mr. Reiterman was preceded in death by the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Armina Poe, Mrs. Melinda Bicknell, William, Cary L. and Oscar Reiterman. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski, where visitation was made Sunday afternoon and evening. At 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 23, the remains were taken to the Meth- odist church in Latham to lie in state until the hour of funeral services at 2 p.m., which were conducted by the Rev. L. H. Appel of Lincoln, and the Rev. Paul Du Bois. Appropriate music was rendered by Mrs. John Scheet of Latham. The services were attended in a body by members of the Logan county board of supervisors. Interment was made in Lake Bank Cemetery, 3 miles south- west of Latham. Nine grandchild- ren served as pallbearers, namely: James Cowan, Verne Lee Garri- son, Richard Seefeldt, Darrell See- feldt, Albert Reiterman, Terry Reiterman, Gregory Reiterman, Michel Behrens, Roger Behrens. The following granddaughters were in charge of the flowers: Alberta Reiterman, Carol Reiter- man, Judy Stogdell, Ruth Stog- dell and Mrs. Paula Taylor. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES CHORUS REHEARSALS The Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus will have two rehearsals in pre- paration for singing for the Wo- man's Club on Nov. 10. These re- hearsals will be held in the Library basement at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 3, and Thursday, Nov. 9. All Belles who would like to sing with this chorus are asked to attend these rehearsals. (11-4) NOTE OF THANKS We would like to take this op- portunity to thank all our friends and neighbors for all the cards, flowers and the many acts of kindness, upon the arrival of our daughter, Lynn Marie. (P) Bob and Ruth Cline. taries were given. The Grand In- structor Walter Bach and his wife were presented and brought greet. ings from the Grand Lodge. Re- ports were given by Mrs. Ruth Adams, Grand Scribe from the Grand Ladies Encampment Aux- iliary of 17th District; Alpha Sey- mour, Grand Treasurer; Mary Kenning, Jr., Past President, who attended International Convention in Arizona; and various other representatives. Mrs. Vaughan Walch returned Tuesday evening, 41 candidates to her home Saturday from DMC were instructed in the Rebekah hospital, Decatur, where she has been a surgical patient since Oct. Degree by a Degree Staff from 13,. s the Lodges of District Association No. 27. Among these candidates . Donald Snyder, Mt. Pul- Governor Otto Kerner and his aski vicinity, was admitted to the wife were initiated into the Re- ALM hospital Monday for surg- bekah Lodge. Over 2,000 people cry. were present for this initiation. After this, there was a Grand March and Governor's Ball. On Wednesday afternoon the Superintendent and Matran of the ChildreWs Home in Lincoln, were presented and brought greetings from the home. Mr. and Mrs. Spooner told of the needs of the Home and of the children at the Home and of the children there :home in Chestnut on Oct. 8, and i has been a patient in ALM hos- pital Lincoln for X-ray examin- i ation and care, was removed to her home in Chestnut in the Schahl ambulance, Monday. ical patient about two weeks in the Memorial Hospital, Spring- Sincerely, field. Mrs. Kenneth Montgomery,= ff St. Clara's Hospital AU.X Mrs. Emma Leisman, almost 100 years of age, who fell in her MY APPRECIATION I wish to thank mv friends , dld relatives for the many_a # kindness sho,n me while " tI1 a patient Ln the Abraham LlOc ?} Memorial Hospital. RentSctI. Sincerely, Edwin NO HUNTING OR TRESSPASSING #  es-assm .No Hunting or lr V 0 " the City Sewerage groundS l west of the city is forbidder violators will be prosecuted- City Coon Get the BIGGEST DISCOUNT with the EXTRA YIELD from BEAR HYB00tlDS and invited all lodge members to visit the Home. The highest yielding hybrids EVER tested bY. University of Illinois are still your BEAR n-" ZUMSTEIN BOYS IN BRIDS. Some dealerships available -- write the: BEAR HYBRID CORN CO. Box 628, Decatur, 111. MARCHING BAND John and Ray Zumstein, sons of Rev. and Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein, 216 West Cooke St., are members of the 1961-62 Carthage College Marching Band. They are members of the cot. J net and baritone sections resp.- tively, directed by Merrill Brown, assistant professor of music at Carthage. The group made its first marching appearance Oct. 14 during the 39th annual homecom- ing at the college. John is a 1957 graduate of Mt. Pulaski township high school and is a junior majoring in music. Ray is a 1959 graduate of Mount Pulaski township high school and is a junior majoring in chemistry. CARD OF TILNU We would like to take this op- portunity to thank our friends and neighbors for the words of sympathy, memorials, flowers and all other kindnesses during the illness and at the time of the i death of our loved one, Ben i Buckert i The Family. We Still Have a Goodly Number of 'rDoctor, lawyer, Indian chief-what" ever a fellow like me wants to be - a growing bak avcount can hdp pave the way, Dadsay" START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US NOW... A ou,rr, GE-EDUCATION FUND FOR YOUR YOUNGSTBIS 37ank of 00hest.ut CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS Fall Quality Wreaths ALL COLORS AND SIZES $2.60 to $15.00 Select Wreaths Early Will Deliver to Local Cemetery SCHAHL FUNERAL HOME Dial 792.3235 Mourn Pulaski