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Mount Pulaski, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS] Mount PukmkL Illinois ] Published and entered as second I matter in the post office at I Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, I 1930, under the Act of Congre on March 9, 1879. HARRY ]. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Month .............................. 75c Six Month ................................ .:..$1.50 One Year ...................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursd i, NOVEMBER 1961 S' M T W T F S - - - 1  3 4 5 6 7 8 91011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 " " i LOCAL NEWS Among visitors, recently, at the Kramer home in Emden, were, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen and son Robert of Mt. Pulaski. = In Lincoln Sunday, Oct. 29, Miss Kate McNattin and niece, Katherine McNattin, enter- etained the following relatives the former's sister Miss McNattin of Chicago; :Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McNat- and Mrs. Mary Walker of an d Mr. and Mrs. Beidler of Mount Pulaski. ;( Mrs. Eugene Weekel and dau- Pamela, Mrs. Annie Buck- and daughter, Linda, and Mrs. :Grace Buckles, made an auto trip to Indianapolis, Ind. for ,short visit with a relative, Rus- Wolf. and Mrs. Richard Guttschow I11., visited over the with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Melvin Rohlfs, near Mt. Macie Kepner visited in recently, with a rel- Mrs. Mary Clendenen. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shaver of Baldwin Park were guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. William Guaeman over the week end. They visit in Litchfield with brothers, Elmer and Bert and at Heberon, Nebr., at home of another starer, Mrs. Koms, beforo returning to own home. and Mrs. Robert Noble and of Peoria visited with Mr. Mrs. Carl Fullriede, east of Mr, Pulaski, from Thursday to evening last week. Sun- dinner guests besides the family were Mr. and Mrs. Dierker and children Ron- and Marian of Chestnut vi- Cinity. Mr. and Mrs.' Morrell Deibert Tuesday on a three weeks va- trip to Tuscon, Ariz. and points in the southwest. *  Mr. "and Mrs. Clair Carter lelt Saturday in their car for Largo, where they will spend the months. They will be of Dr. and Mrs. G. F. :Wait. and Mrs. Orville Fulk and ns, Raymond and Roger, were Sunday where they a wiener roast at the of relatives. Richard Downing returned to her home in Akron, Ohio after a visit of four days her sisters, Mrs. Robert N. and Mrs. Otto E. Ey, and Kieth Rothwell. She also with her husband's par- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing. Mrs. James R. Rigg, who resid- California, and who has visiting several weeks in Mr. wth her sister, Mrs. Mer- Meister, and in Lincoln with and brothers, Mrs. Mar- and Alfred Wacaser, with friends in Bloomington, patient in the ALM hospital, She is the former Bess Mt. Pulaski. Miss Meta Clark, lifelong resi- Mount Pulaski, and corn- who is now staying at the Deaconess Nursing Home in will observe her 94th y on Sunday, Nov. 5. Mrs. Eugene Laughery, Larch- mont, N.Y., visited in the city on to with her m, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1961 enk% Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brook-I er, and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Laughery. Miss Lorcna McKcnny of Le Roy, t{as been visiting several days with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster and Mrs. G. A. Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis re- turned home Tuesday from an auto trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited three weeks with their daughter, Doro- thy. Mr. and Mrs. William Vetter and her father, William Quiller, of Denver, Colo., are visiting with Mr. Vetter's sisters, Mrs. John T. Downing, Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch, Mrs. Glenn McCarthy and Miss Frances Vetter, and other rel- atives. Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, Mrs. Ellis C. Downing and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, memers of the Mt. Pulas- ki Woman's Club, went to Bloom. ington Wednesday, Oct. 25 to at- tend the Regional meeting of Ill- inois Federation of Women's Clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey M. Ander- son departed last Friday in their car for Denver, Colo. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Renzy Potter, Mrs. Della Smith and Glenn Harrison. They expect to be gone several weeks. Mrs. Shirley Turner and child- ren Dana, Rhonda and Gene of Lincoln, visited over the weekend in Chicago with her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Davy Creag- er and daughter. Mrs. Turner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin of Mt. Pulaski vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Raymer O'Bryen were in Quincy Monday and Tues- day, this week. They were called there by the death, of his brother, Demmitt W. O'Bryen, 62, who died Saturday afternoon following a two months illness. Funeral services were Tuesday afternoon. Mr. O'Bryen is survived by his wife, two sisters and one brother. When Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait arrived in Largo, FJa. last Friday, there was a message awaiting tlem telling of the sudden death of Mrs. Wait's cousin, Mrs. Charles Hoffstter of Moline, Ill. She has in the past been a guest in the Wait home in Mt. Pulaski, and is known by a number of residents. KITCHEN BAND PRACTICE TUESDAY, NOV. 7 - 7:30 P.M. The Sil-Tenn'ial Kitchen Band will need praetiee before entering the Talent Show in Springfield on Nov. 18th. Members who are planning to participate in this program please be present at this special praetice session, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m., in the old band room at the Mount Pulaski high school. Please note date and place. Father-Son Banquet At Zion Lutheran A Father-Son Banquet will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday evening, Nov. 5, at 6:30 o'clock. The supper will be served by the PTL of the church. Commander Robert Blakely will be the featured speaker and his talk is entitled "Polaris, as Our National Deterant," explaining our country's missile defense. The Commander retired from the Navy in June after many years of ser- vice and is now studying for the ministry at Concordia Seminary in Springfield. During his Navy career he was stationed on the U.S.S. Proteus and was an eye- witness to the spirited demon- strations by some Britons against nuclear submarines at Holy Lock, Scotland. He was been awarded 15 ribbons and citations. Donations for the banquet are $1.50. Tickets may be obtained from Wilbur Hoffmeister or Er. hardt Wolf. There will also be musical numbers by a local quartet A few tickets are still available. LIONS GRATEFUL FOR BROOM SALE  The Lions Club wishes to thank all those who purchased brooms from their members during the house-to-house sale Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The supply of brooms was ex- hausted before the entire town could be covered, but more have been ordered. As soon as the additional supply arrives, the re- maining homes in the city will be contacted. All proceeds from the broom sale go to the club's blind pro- jects. A large portion of the mon- ey will remain in the local area to help purchase eye glasses for needy children and the rest win be donated to the school for the blind and the leader-dog school. TEXAS VISITOR HONORED SUNDAY AFTERNOOH Mrs. Sherrie Parsons, of Mona- hams, Texas, was guest of honor Sunday afternoon, at a Coffee, given ,in the home of her sister, Mrs. Joe Lucas. Guests included: Mrs. Loren Holmes, MI "Bud" Manes, Mrs. Alan Roos, Mrs. Ro- bert May, Mrs. Ray Richner, Mrs. Bill Howe and Mrs. George Mc- Gee. Mrs. Parsons and son, Robert, have been visiting in the Lucas home. They left Monday for Mont. gomery, Ala. for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stoneeipher. I "are you looking?" ...looking to your fama'ly', future? BMA's Pre- ferred 30 Pay life insurance plan provides $10,000 or more family protection.., plus cash for anm gendes. And cash values will I there to 1 enjoyod when you retire. your BMA Reprcsentative today to find oat about tl plan for your future. Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULJtS JmSS I'S assgeR N.  m.ns4 ENTERTAINED GROUP OF RELATIVES ON SUNDAY At their home on South La- fayette St., Sunday, Oct. 29, Mrs. Charles A. Ey and daughter, Miss Louise, entertained a group of 34 relatives at a potluck dinner and a day of visiting. Included in the group were atives from Lake Geneva Burlington, Wis; and and Chicago, and Mr. and Marvin Hutchcraft of St. Mo; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ey Carl Ey, of Lincoln. 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