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2---TIMES-NEWSo Mount Pulask MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois 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. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor cmd Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Month .............................. 75c Six Month .................................... $10 One Year ............................ : .........  3.0( Published Every Thursday NOVEMBER 1961 S M T W I" F S " " "1 234 5 6 7 8:9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 " " LOCAL NEWS Frederick B. Selcke, Petersburg, Ill., visited in Lincoln and Logan County this past week in the in- terest of his campaign for Clerk] Of the Third Appellate Court Dist- rict. Selcke, a Repubhcan, is the former County Clerk of Menard County and served as Superin- tendent of Registration in the .Stratton administration. The pri- mary election will be in April, 1962. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard went to Chicago Sunday to visit relatives for several days. .4, petition to probate the will Of the late Albert Reiterman, sup- ervisor of Lake Fork township, SOUth of Latham, was filed in the Logan county court Oct. 31. The will lists personal and real es- tate property, of undetermined value. Fred Stogdell, Jr. and Mrs. Fernola M. Seefeldt, petitioners, are named executors of the will. Wilbert H. Schahl and Horace B, Curry, were in Springfield on q evening, Nov. 2, and the meeting of District 10 of the Funeral Directors' Ass'n. held in the St. Nicholas Hotel. The speaker's subject was "Social Security". Some 40 students competed on IlL. TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1961 Smyrna Beach. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hopcwell of Camargo. 111.. a former charge served by the Neumeyer's, and a friend, Ruth E. Moore, of Tuscola. called on Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noring- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Arvel. Norring. ton and children, Johnny and Betty Jewel, Raymond and Danny Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson and Mrs. Thelda Jenn- ings of Winslow, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bandelow, Mr. and Mrs. Darold Deibert and children Tim and Kim of Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Seig Norington, of Decatur, were dinner guests Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manley in Lake Fork. Mrs. Doris Duncan of Holly Springs, Mass., has returned to her home after a week's visit with friends and relatives in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuiten and children, Terry, Sandy and David, of Mechanicsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fuiten, Jr., of Ro- chester and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Peterson and children, Ricky and Bobby of Lake Fork, were supper guests at the home of Mabel Manle,, Lake Fork, on Wednes- day evening. Rev. and Mrs, Geordor Kattner of Fayettsville, Ark., were over- night guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. F, E. Neumeyer, Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Kattner is the sister of Mrs. Neumeyer. Miss Judy Schahl and Jerry Weasel, who are students at ISNU Normal, were guests at the coun- try home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schahl, over the week end. Starting Nov. 13th Judy will be a student teacher of the first grade at the Wanless School in Springfield. Mrs. Maude Shoup and daugh- ter Erma, visited the former's sis- ter, Mrs. Merle King, in Tuscola, Sunday afternoon. Rufus Arney of Cornland and Joe Arney of Buffalo, drove to Terre Haute, Ind. Tuesday of this week to attend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Rusha Newton. NANCY WALCH AMONG TEN HIGH STUDENTS Miss Nancy Walch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch was Sunday, Nov. 5, at Carbtmdale, one of 10 students out the entire the annual Southern Ilinois freshman class at Ililnois Col- University Block and Bridle Club ; lege, who scored sufficiently high Showmanship Contest and Fair. Among the group were two Lo- gan county contestants, Edwin' W. Tendick, son of Mr. and Tendick, being one of them. He was entered in the Swine division. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen left :  Saturday for Erwin, Tenn., where they will visit relatives for about a month. Miss Eldrid Kemmer and Miss Helene Dallmer, registered nurses at Jefferson Barracks, Me., visit- from Friday to Sunday with Miss Kemmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kemmer. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musgrove son Don, of Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton (Bud) French and son Steve, Mt. Pulaski vicin- ; ty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Swingle in Pekin, Sunday. :; Mrs. Swingle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. French. Mrs. Richard Hayes, Jr., is now i as a deputy in the off-I ice of Circuit Clerk Earl Madi- She began her duties Mon- day. Dr. H. H. Maddox and his mo- ther Mrs. Annie Maddox, are at the latter's home in Oakland. expect to be there until Nov. 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Fulk, of Peoria, visited in the city Sun- with their son, Orville, and Mr, and Mrs. Homer Lane left to spend the winter in Florida. Louie Weckel returned to Chi- last Friday after a week's with his sisters and broth. er, Mrs. Verneta Wachter in Mt. ; Mrs. Merle Riedle and r e j Vv ckel, ]n Chestnut; and, Pierce Crippen, in Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mielke, who have been visiting in the city with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vandevender and sons, and Mrs. Mielke's sister, Miss Katie gdel, since Sept 19, have re. turned to their home in New on the English Placement Test to :merit inclusion in an advanced English composition course. A high score on this placement test is indicative of a good high school .background and of future success in college work. Miss Walch" is a 1961 graduate of the Mt. Pulaski high school. DECATUR SPEAKER AT NOVEMBER JR. WOMAN'S CLUB MEET The Jr. Woman's Club held its November meeting, Thursday evening, Nov. 2, at the library. Mrs. Kenenth Johnson, president, was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Joe Lucas, program chair- man, introduced the speaker, Dav- id Beggs III, principal Lakeview high school in Decatur. Mr. Beggs gave a very interesting and in- formative talk entitled "rhe Notice To Members Capps Barracks Members of the Jabez Capps Barracks will meet at the Legion Home next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, for the nomination of officers. They are asked to meet this Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Holmes Garage, from where they will go to the ceme- tery to place a marker for the late Sam Green, who was the first member of their organization to die. Barracks members are also ask- Little Red School House". Mrs. ed to participate in the Veteran's Robert Lewis showed a display Buttress: A woman who makes of candle holders and ways to butter. use them. These candle holders will be sold by the club to raise money for a scholarship for teach- ers of retarded children. Mrs. Dan McNabb gave a short talk on the importance and need for teachers of retarded children and express- ed the view that such a scholar- ship would stimulate young peo- ple to enter this field of training in college. Mrs. Dale Fuhrer, hostess chair- man, and her committee, served refreshments of coffee and a variety of 0okies. Mrs. Eles Ouandt Celebrated Birthday While On Trip I Mrs. Eles Quandt returned'to her home recently from a two week's train trip to the where she visited with her son Paul and family in Cheyenne Wyoming, and with her daughter, Eloise, and family, in Lyman, Nebr. Celebrating her birthday while there, Mrs. Quandt was honored with a turkey dinner served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quandt. In addition to the guest of honor those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and child- ren, Sarah, Toddl Martha and Timothy, of Lyman, and the Quandt children, Janice, Nancy, Tommy and Zachary. Traveling to Lyman, a sight- seeing trip was also enjoyed, the Webb's taking their mother to view the Table Mountains, Bear Mountain, Wild Cat Hills, and finally traveling to the summit of Majestic Seotts Bluff at the base of which lies the historic old Oregon Trail of covered wagon days. Blue skies and mild tempera. tures added to the enjoyment of the trip with one snow of six inches in depth occurring on the !last day of Mrs. Quandt's stay. Sell it with a Cla.ifltd Ad. first down... I0 years to gol At least I0 years of hlgh expenses to go when ldds are ths age.., years when fmandal r called for. BMA's "Flexible 65' life insurance plan lets you start to gain right away. en mpenses are bisgest , you get most protection at low coet. la 10 years, you can fit the plan to future needs. Iks your family quarterback, signal for your reprascntafive today. Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI ? BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO. Koatm cl 41, bOUd ! CBS COMMENTAT0$ SEVERS RELATIONS Howard K. Smith, CBS, commentator, who was Pulaski recently along Sandburg, has severed with CBS due to a standing relative to his ing. The television es that he is not the news but is it. This is against their hence the rift. Gossip: A person who er your conversation like a um clearner, picking up dirt. Tom's Coffee Shop t (Starting Sunday, Nov. 12) Will Be Closed Sundays From 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 a.m. Monday mornings TURKEY PARTY At. Elkhart Com. High School Saturday, November 18 Lunch -- Door Prize SPONSORED BY Elkhcrt American Legion and Auxiliary Starts at 7:30 P.M. Public Invited A day that we pause to pay tribute to those men and women, lg and dead, who' have sewed so well " the cause of .- freedom. LEGAL HOLIDAY, VETERANS DAY, NOV,, 11114 We Pay-3% on .Savings AccoUnt00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski. nUnois i, m