Newspaper Archive of
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
November 2, 1961     Times
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 2, 1961

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

'Mount Pulmd ILL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961 Band In Demand e Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band strong and will enter- evening, Nov. 4, at the IllinoiSBuilding at the State F grounds in Springfield They w play for Sangamon County Aevemettt Night 1300 4-H members in will be honored with 400 reoeiving high honors for their work this year. Their par- are also invited to attend. i The,Auburnettes 4-H Club and Pleasant Plains high school en- Semble will also participate on the program. The Kitchen Band will play at B pan. and should assemble at the Hilltop Bowl, Mt. Pulaski, at 6:30 p.m. If you cannot go please notify Mrs. Mildred Wood. Thursday of last week the band entertained at three nursing homes in Lincoln, namely, the Deaconess, Mary Henry and Was- soon Homes Band members were well rewarded by the many chuckles, applause, and senti- mental tears shed by members of their audiences, at the diversified familiar numbers that were rendered. More groups should be encouraged to give programs for i 'these very appreciative people. The Mount Pulaski Sil-Tennial Band will give a program at the Orlando Hotel in Decatur, Tues- evening, Nov. 21, at 8:30. There are more than 300 women expected at a Stanley party to be given there. The booking was received from a Decatur woman heard the kitchen band when they played in Herrick, Ill. July 4th. The band members have de- cided to appear on a Talent in Springfield, to be held at high school on Sat- Nov. 18. Their application been acepted. There will be prize awards and top winner of the event will have a chance to ap- pear on the Ted Mack Original Hour, if they can raise funds to finance the La00ham And Community News INFANT BAPTIZED SUNDAY The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hergert was baptized at morning service in the Zion Church by the pastor, Roy. Martin Rothe, Sunday, Oct. 29. The young gent was giv- the name John Lee. Sponsors Miss Norton Schahl and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber? H. Schahl, were also sponsorS" for the lather over 20 years ago. A turkey dinner and evening was served at the home of grandmother, Mrs. Emma Hergert and Miss Norma Schahl. were the Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert H. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Schrishutm, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hergert and son John Lee. Hor- ace B. Curry was an evening call- BIRTHS and Mrs. Carl Goodman, of Beason, are parents of a son, born Thursday, Oct. 26, in Clara's hospital, Lincoln. In Memorial Hospital, Spring- Saturday, Oct. 28, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald H, Ford of Cornland. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shanle of Kirksville, Mo. are parents of a Julie Ann, born Satur- Oct. 28. They are former resi- dents of Mt. Pulaski area. Grand- are Mr. and Mrs Everett Ferry, Kirksville, and Mr. and M.x$. Robert Shanle, Sr., Mt. Pul- vicinity. and Mrs. Thomas Polk are a son, born in the ALM Monday, Oct. 30 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hawk of are parents of a son, By. Mrs. Otis G. Hove, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buckles, Sus- an and Sonda, were dinner guests MOUNT PULASEI MEMBERS INVITED TO SPRINGFIELD The Springfield Ceramics and Craft Club is having their An- nual Table Setting and Table Talk at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel in Springfield, on Wednes- of Mrs. Lucille Swisher in Lin- day,,.^_Nov.118, and Thursday, Nov. coin, Sunday, for her birthday. 9'e" lClount'" Pulaskit 9p.m.woman,s Others guests were Rolla GordYl. - - Mr. a .... n t:mo memoers invited to at- of Niantic and na mrs. oon I ,,ItenA are Zurkhammer of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Waymire of Indianapolis, Ind. spen Sat- urday evening and Sunday with the O. G. Howe's, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Toma- michael of Beech Grove, Ind., their three daughters - Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Trimby and children; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and four children; and, Mrs. Forrest Cox of Decatur were Sunday call- ers in the O. G Howe home. Mr. and Mrs. R. Hubble of Summitville, Ind., Mrs. Freda Hubble of Merom, Ind., Mr. and Mrs Harry Smith of Robinson, Ill., Mrs. Joyce Warford, Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Waiters, of Oblong, were Saturday and Sun- day guests of Mrs. Albert Reiter- man. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howe and family, Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe and sons of Warrens- burg, had a wiener roast in War. rensburg, Friday. Most of the family attended the football game later. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt called at the O. G. Howe home on Saturday evening. THANK YOU I want to thank all who sent me cards and flowers during my recent stay at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and after re- turning home. I really appreciate l being so well remembered. (P) Clifford Leimbaeh WILL HOLD BAZAAR IN PARISH HALL NOV. 18th Now that the new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church has a large basement and is known as Parish Hall, the members of the Altar and Rosary Society will sponsor a Bazaar and dinner on Saturday, Nov. 18. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. More information next week. MY APPRECIATION I wish to'take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Pastor Rothe, rel- atives, friends and neighbors, for the lovely cards, letters, visits and prayers, during my three weeks in St. John's hospital, in Springfield, and two weeks with my sister, Mrs. Estle Ishmael. Your thoughtfulness was appreci- ated. Mrs. Martha Yagow 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) *h-(llmnuqmul odsmml. vermrlr Sbow-..TY--Fridsy. al, ak.lo.llam  !MI. glp OUTSMART OLD MAN WINTER GOING GREAT GUNS ! .I YOU CAN $tMXLB whatevSr the weather when you save by mail. Just send your check and account book in one of our self- addressed, postage-paid envelopeS. We'll send your properlY credited savings book to you by return mail " along with another post- age-paid envelope for your next transaction. Take winter in stride- Start saving by mail to- day. Logan Co.'s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Since 1883 BROADWAY & ,1'% LINCOLN, EICEAPO0  ILOIS J / Tuesday, Oct. 31. They now two sons and two daughters. mother is the former Eliz- Schroth. Grandparents are and Mrs. Earl Schroth, Mt. and Mrs. Opal Hawk of Nudist: A person you see too of. me ms on b fond m he. It 'r Ioo1 for at its Sunday cess right  the sh new best--join the celebration at your Chevrolet of solid   dealer's. It's Chevrolea. Iden anniversary w] mmmy mxl . m', I tl mew Chevy rr fm nmld it a Beneh the hood... fred 4..yem" to rnemb" wita new I/he built spe- or sal/ny -qdind ell (.Im" dally to  yo oy on sirie andmain- dke in most mIs). NI tman Cthalull stt r cider's. "'" A New Worm of Bbrth -lmd and onvb. $oin In Chevrole's 0th Anniversary cele- bration at yo dealer's now--By picking up a aecial order form from your dealer, you can order a "Golden Anniversary Album" LP recording of favorite Ameri- can songs from Chevrolet for just $1. (For your convenience, many dealers will have the allmm for sale in their show- rooms). --  : II  :7 7 -:z i nn|l L ,IL PARTLOW & RUST MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN, ILLINOIS