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I: L C T I 0 N S ' Talent,00_ Show To Feature Of 00---JChestnut Club week we lost one of our i The Chestnut Community Club i will meet Friday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 has reached out her p.m., in the Chestnut grade school gently claimed him. gym. A program in the form of a Talent Show is being planned. cveattonal thing-- Alvin Rentschler will be the MC. a bouquet of flowers The program will be as follows: Till - PULASKI, ILLINOIS -- VOL. 59 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1961 NO. 17 i! i iii ii!i i) | at his bier. That is what we are t arrange in our own we know it is custo- d for a dose friend it is hnperative. what avail? He couldn't them. of our humble of love and respecL not reward our offering appreciative smile, 'nank ,ou," in a sin. tort of way, that made ,ou wlmaever you re. that catch in his voice. wh,.2.didn't we take flowe when we could been rewarded with that cherry voice? =sking you Why? We our own hearts and it ulk-- think that one of our ancl best tztmlds had an without our having mad eneagy to we are doing now that aeglect in no way reflects oi the warmth ot that respect that we had who gave us his wcam mui was deeply inmt. Rhonda Knoy, recitation. Ellen and Margaret Trueblood, vocal selection. Wilson Brothers, guitar selec- tions. Skits "Fishing" by Allan Roos and Robert May Pantomine Skit by Gladys Obery, Ethel Buehler and , June Hein. "The Hat" by Jeanette and BAZAAR, FOOD SALE SA12]RDAY NOV. 18 IN PARISH HALL The members of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic ChUrch, Mount Pulaski, are busy with plans for their first Bazaar and Food Sale in the parish hall on Saturday, Nov. 18th. .Wayne Buse ,, with Helen I Lunch will be served from 11 ASleep m me Deep.. Winkle i a.m. to 2 p.m., and in the even- Rentschler, rarner .......... .... mg irom a m -" o ClocK. man and Nellie LelmDacn. Attractive booths will display Musical selection by Dallas Knoy and Rex Buehler. The?e will also be a "hog call- ing' 'contest for the men and a "husband calling" contest for the women. The public is invited. The committee asks everyone to bring donuts for refreshments. TtREE INJURED IN POUTE 121 CRASH Three persons were injured, two seriously, in a collision of cars driven by Robert Welch, Jr., 27, and Joe Wachter, 69, both of rural Lincoln, at the intersection of the Doolittle Road and State Rte. at 7 p.m. Monday. The injured were taken to the ALM hospital in Lincoln. Welch received a laceration and bump on the head. Wachter suffered chest injuries, laceration on the left arm and suffered from sOock. His wife, Lavina, 69, incurred a compound fracture of the left leg, head and chest injuries. Mr. Wachter formerly lived in Mount Pulaski ciniW. lt oes emphasize and bring qu-tte pobatedly the fact worthwhile and enjo,- me being sad/, in t t = age" COMMANDER AT ''t td ttme to pause f ZION FATHER-SON tim. in ou haed BANQUET SUNDAY life The Father and Son Banquet at in and  a tew the Zion Lutheran Church, was with that ram Jewel---'well attended Sunday evening with 85 being present. The turkey supper was prepar- true  oove ed and served by the PTL of the else; yet he oftimes Zion school. Fall decorations were to still further cultivate carried out on the tables and in lNth by thoughtfulness- the dining roorm ' " Group singing was led by Wil- is plmps no bur Stoll with Dan McNabb as that oi un accompanist at the piano. A quar- many interesting and unusual items suitable for gift-giving. Christmas decorations and table arrangements will occupy one booth. A Country Store will fea- ture food items from jellies and jams to breads and cakes. Look for the unusual in this booth. There will be novelty items to attract the teens and the little folks will find stuffed etc., to please them. Next week's Times-News wil carry a list of food to be served, and the prices. Creamed chicken on biscuits, and beef barbecues will be the meat items. Plan to and enjoy good food and PREPARATIONS FOR ANNUAL ALM BENEFIT The Mentor Graham Hospital Unit will meet Tuesday, Nov. 14 with Mrs. Walter Schroeder, at 2 p.m. Articles will be completed and wrapped for the hospital ba- zaar to be held Friday, Nov. 17 and 18th at the Woman's Club building in Lincoln. Any member who has any gifts for the ba- zaar, are asked to bring them to the meeting. Anyone wishing to bring baked goods should take it to the home i of Mrs. John Curtis by 8 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 17th, as that is the day Mount Pulaski will bring its food. Articles may be takento the Woman's Club building on Friday before 4 p.m. and taken in the door facing Frank's Food We invite all members to par- jeipate in this annual affair of the hospital. tet c6mposed of Paul R. Moore, if the Haldon Bowers, Dean cates and R meof aWUderingresolve has not Dwain Turley, rendered many -- Graham Who we fostered that has jain songs. ' Commander Robert Blakely. a Helped Orgm'.00e to us---a sincere resolution student at COnardia 2smip Ro00ary Here, Dies gt our flowers and pay in Springfield, gu - to our fflends while er and his talk entitled "Polar- living, is, as our National Deterant'" Wa Dimi was not only educational but in- teresting. CLUB TO CHRISTMAS DISTRICT DIRECTOR ATTENDED JOINT MEETING OF 2 AUXIUARIES CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL STARTS NOV. 9to NOV. 24 Ernest E. Laughlin has been the minister-of the West Side Church of Christ in Springfield, Ill. for 16 years, and is much in demand as a speaker and an Evangelist, all over America. During his ministry in Spring- feld, the church has erected a new Educational Building, and have just dedicated their new Worship auditorium. They have! also established a Christian day school. Mr. Laughlin has served as President of the North American Christian Convention and has been a trustee of Lincoln Bible Institute and Great Lakes Bible College. At the present time he is a member of the Publishing Com- mittee of the Standard Publish- ing Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is married and has three sons, one of whom is a student at Lin- coln Bible Institute. JEANETTE BAUMAMN TO WED SUNDAY, NOV. lth Miss Jeanette Baumann, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bau- man, r.r., Mount Pulaski, will be married to William Lee Hinrichs, of Martinton, Ill., Sunday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. Friends and relatives are invit- ed to attend the wedding. .Mrs. John Bender To Be Given 50-Year Pin' Governor hen The next regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star, No. 466, Club Ox, 1936 Mount Pulaski, will be held in the Masonic Temple, Monday, J. Ray Graham, 63, of Spring- Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. field, who was district governor At this time .Mrs. John Bender, of this district of Rotary and was Sr., the former Ruth Lobberecht, instrumental in the forming of will be the guest- of. honor and the local club just 25 years ago, is to be presented with a 50-Year died suddenly Tuesday afternoon. Pin. Mr. Graham will also be re- The refreshment committee will membered in other organizations include Mrs. John Curtis and Mrs. here as he was a well-known William Myrick. speaker in the field of edu- Officers to serve in 1962 will be cation. At the time of his death elected and because of this, and he was director of special edu- other activities, it is important cation in the office of the State that there be a good attendance. Superintendent of Public Instruc- tion. - ................................. He is sutured hy his wife BAND IF. TO Bessie; ono son, a brother, and a HAVE HOBO DAY ;sister. Services will be held Fri- day at 2 pan. in Smith's Funer- al Chapel. ttigh school hand members are going to have a Hobo Day this BANKS, POSTOFFICE Saturday when they will do all sorts of odd jobs that folks may CLOSED SATURDAY want done. CIVIL DEFENSE- PROGRAM AT P.TA Mount Pulaski Garden NEXT THURSDAY Will meet Friday, Nov. 17, P.Pa., this being one week The Mount Pulaski Consolidat- than the regular schedl- ed Grade School P-TA" will meet The meeting will be held Thursday, Nov. 16th at 7:30 pan. Club room at tho library. The program theme will be, Freda Combs, of the De- "Time to Think of Civil Defense". Recreation Department, will A State Civil Defense executive program on "Christmas is expected to speak on this sub- She will show the ject. Two colored films entitled, made of plastic garment 'e Invisihle Enemy" nd "Care Which were so popular last and Protection of Livestock in Fallout" will be shown. These will be given to someone films will be of great interest to a birthday in October or dL Dates will be announced at time of classes made avail- are Mrs. Harry Good- tble by the Civil Defense in Fall Mrs. James Strawn, of Out and Survival. Mrs. Oswald Brooker Hostess committee for the meet- Horn and Mrs. Oscar ing will be Mrs. Robert M. Shan- le, Mrs. Dee Buckles, Mrs. Robert Charles Letterle, Mrs. Faith, Mrs. . . - d  Veteran's Day on Saturday, The purpose behind the special nembers are urged to at- Lee Taylor ana" rs. Raymon [ Nov, llth will not be observed day is to raise funds which will enjoy this program. The Stoll. ] here other than the closing of go towards a trip for the band in the Garden Club to the public. SALE DATES ]the post office witl, no mail de- next spring. _ " Dec 12---Closing-out Farm Sale[ livery, and the .closing o .ne Anyone having a job of some When yougsters sit of Everett Brooker, northwest of| First. National ana anners aalucS kind that they wish done should to continue eating., Mount Pulaski. /for ne aay. call the high school -792-5114. Ryman-Fuiten And Chestnut-Beason Groups Met Nov. 6 The Chestnut-Beason and the RymaFuiten Units of the Amer., ican Legion Auxiliary, held joint meeting in the Legion Home at Mount Pulaski, Monday even- ing, Nov. 6th. Mrs. Frank Hutchison, president of the Mount Pulaski unit presid- ed. The Ryman .Fuiten unit voted to send $2.00 to Leonard Wood Memorial Fund, and $150.00 tO the Rehabilitation Fund, for the nine-point program which in- eludes, Treasure Chest, Insulin, Vaponefrin, Canteen Books, Christ-" mas Gift Shop, Easter Gifts, Hos- pitality, Downey Nursery and do- nation toward maintenance of Veteran's Craft Exchange. The next meeting will be Dec. 4. There will be a 50c gift ex- change. Plans were also made for the luncheon and card party to be sponsored by the auxiliary on Nov. 15th.  Mrs. Ella Mac Crank, 17th DisL: Director and Mrs. Mabel Held, i both of Washburn, Ill., were guests of the two units. Mrs. Crank gave an outline of the work of the auxiliary with in- . formation for the various chair- men. Lunch was served by lrs. Holmes and Mrs. Eugene zinger of Chesmut, and George Meister and Mrs. Haynes, of Mount Pulaski. The Legion Auxiliary everyone to fly the Flag, day, Nov. 11, formerly known as Armistice Day, now referred to as Veteran's Day, and, again on Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Day. are not only thankful for the turkey and all its trimmings, but the three things mentioned in the following poem: THREE NEEDS I know three things must ways be, To keep a nation strong and : free: One is a hearthstone, bright and dear With busy, happy loved ones near. One is a ready heart and hand, TO love and serve and keep land;  One is a worn and beaten To where the people go to So long as these are kept Nation and people will survive. God keep them always, every. where-- ' : The hearth, the flag, the place of prayer. MRS. ZEBRUN'S FATHER IN AUTO WICK Walter Zeschke, father of George Zebrun, was seriously jured Saturday night in an accident and is confined to tor's Hospital at Carbondale, He suffered severe head Mr. and Mrs. Zebrur Sunday and remained until yes, terday with him. His room num: bet is 237. Teen-Age Dance At Recreation A five-piece rock n' roll will play for a dance this day night at the Tomlinson :: creation Center. Admission is SL00: per person or $1.5(} per couple. There will also be a dance the Recreation Center Nov.