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3--TIIfS.IWS, Mount Pulaski. MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount PulasJ 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. WIBKE EcUtor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Month .............................. 75c SIx Month .................................... $1.50 One Year ...................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday NOVEMBER 1961 S M T W t F S " - - 1_2 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 - - o m m ,m e  LOCAL NEWS I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1961 Sunday. It was their first visit to Mount Pulaski in 10 years and the family could see a big im- provement in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich left Thursday (today) for Lig- onier, Ind., to attend the funer- al of his sister, Mrs. Emma Nigh- songer. Suzanne Hahn, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn of Urbana has been visiting her grandmoth- er, Mrs. A. H. Hahn, from Sunday to Friday of this week. Authority On Communism To Speak Here 22nd Mrs. Bruce Enselman and sons, knowledge of the power and David and Mark, of Park Forest, threat of Communism even in Mt. came on Friday for a week end Pulaski. visit with her parents, Mr. and l This special service will start Mrs. Paul R. Moore. Mr. Enselman at about 8:45 p.m. and continue came after them, all returning until 9:30 p.m. The public is in- Ernest E. Laughlin will speak on the subject "The Menace of Communism in America," at the Christian Church on Wednesday night, Nov. 22. Mr. Laughlin is well read on this subject and has attended many anti-Communism rallies and meetings. He speaks out of a heart filled with love for God and America, and with a full THE TYPOGRAPHIC ERROR The typographic error is a slip- pery thing and sly; You can hunt until you're dizzy, but somehow it gets by. Till the forms are off the press it's strange how still it keeps, It shrinks into a corner and never stirs or peeps. The typographic error is too small for human eyes, Till the ink is on the paper, when it grows to mountain size. The boss, he stares with horror, then tears his hair and groans The sad sack who okayed the proofs just drops his head and moans. For all the other printing may be as clean can be, But that typographic error is the ONLY thing you can see! CHURCHES CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdlc Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "What Is Kingdom Service?" 6:00 p.m. Junior CYH 7:00 p.m. Revival meeting. Announcements: Sunday night, Nov. 19, will be the opening session of our one home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbard Decatur visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard. Joe Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, a student at Eastern University, Charleston, vis-  Red at home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland, Lena Veail and Sheldon Copeland, were in Chicago over the week end visiting with Mr. 'and Mrs. Alan Vondrak and fam- .y. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long vis- ited in Olney part of last week with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Ladus Long. Mrs. George Woodyard andi vited and urged to attend, so that we might be an informed people. Communism thrives on ignorance, and ignorance is char- acterized by a lack of informa- tion. Let's become informed about the enemy who has set out to destroy us. Is Communism a threat to Christianity? If so, why? For al. most 2000 years Christianity was the strongest influence upon the face of the earth, but in the last few decades another powerful force has arisen to challenge the influence of Christianity upon the lives of men. That force is Com- munism. Communism is not a Religion, nor is it strictly a form of government, but it is an idea- ology that questions and threat- Week Revival Meeting. Ern- ests E. Laughlin is our Evange- list. The public is cordially invit- ed to attend these services. Sunday, Nov. 19, is Missionary Sunday, so we will receive a special offering for Christian Missions at the morning worship hour. The Loyal Daughters will meet at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 21, in the church basement. On Wednesday night, following our reKular service, Mr. Laughlin will speak on the subject, 'The Menace of Communism in Amer- ica". This service will start at 8:45 p.m. Our Thanksgiving service will be in conjunction with our Re- vival meeting on Thanksgiving ughter of Charleston, visited ens the merits of freedom based near the city over the week end on Religion. th her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. The leaders of America have Harold Tendick. ,become concerned about Corn- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Con-Imunism because it has invaded nolley and family of Springfield, J our land, and is now busy con- spent Sunday with his parents,[ vetting thousands of our people Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley. J to its insidious, destructive oh- M_vs. Dean Cullen and son Ro-[jectives. Russia does not want bert, city, and Mr. and Mrs. Ern-America. Russia wants Ameri- Hallmann of Flossmoor, near visited in Emden Sun- with an aunt and uncle Miss Kramer and Henry Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Fro- Jr., departed Thursday, 9 for Sierra Vista, Arizona, with her parents, Mr. and Elbert (Bill) Ayers, for a-i three weeks. Mr. Froschauer employed in the local post off.  and is taking a month's va- tlon. Richard Connolley of Princeton iF the old home town Mon- visiting his parents, Mr. and . Eugene Connolley. John Fitzsimmors of Lincoln, ted Saturday and Sunday with nephew, mr. and Mrs. EdwarC Hickey. Dean Cullen was in Champaign. Saturday, Nov. 11 to at. the Fathers' Day activities at the U. of I. He visited with a student at the and witnessed the foot- game between Michigan and Illinois, the former winning 38-6. Mm. Walter Damarin, Orville and Mrs. Ed Froschauer were in Peru, Ind., Sunday, they helped the latter's aunt, Anna Cain, celebrate her birthday at the Duke's hes- Get Your NO HUNTING Signs at the Times-News. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stuckel and Judy and Stevie, Mrs. Stuart and Miss Viola Dm- biseh, made an auto trip to Chi. eago on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dickson of Ftanlffort, Ind., and his mother, Mrs. Max Dlckson, of Caruthers- ville, Mo., visited over the week end with the latter's daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Wade H. Schott and children. Mrs. Max Dickson re. for a longer visit with the Sehotts. Mr. and Mx Arthur Cox, Jr., two sons of Quincy, visited his hncle, Cleatus on Day, Nov. 23, at 7:30 p.m. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edwin,! M. Krqnrer. lsb Mass Sunday, Nov. 19 will be offered at 10 a.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Mm-Un Rothe - Pr. 792-5965 cans! They could have a standard of living as good as ours, if they wanted it, but they want to rule and dominate every individual in this whole world, and America stands'in their way. America must be conquered or Commu- nism will fall. Fri., 7:30 p.m. Sunday School Teachers. Sat., 8:45-11:15 a.m. Saturday School. Sun., 9:00 a.m. Sunday School and Bible classes for all hge groups. 10 a.m. Worship Services, What's Planavac? A new Idea h mr! Yoar fam;ly's needs mq as indlviduaI as your fingerp/ints. But Plsnavac, l) 7' means of dectronic 8naly helps you take the guemwo out of future plans. F'md the key to mlequate family protecdon...send to for a Phnavac Confidential Informatiaa car& Call or write your  rqemtative. Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI Luke 18, 1-8. "Persist or Per- ish." 3 p.m. Wedding of William Lee Hinrichs and Jeanette Baumann. The Lutheran Hour, 8 a.m, on WSOY, Decatur; 10:30, w'rAx Springfield; 12:30 p.m. W'M AQ, Chicago. Man., 7:30 p.m. Choir Tues., 3:45 p.m. 6th grade in- struction. 7:00 p.m. Adult Class Thurs., 9 an. Thanksgiving Worship Services. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cor. Jefferson and Vine Cliffozd D. Smith, Minister Services for Nov. 19, 1961- Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win Allsopp, Jr., Supt. Worship Service at 10 a.m. Thanksgiving anthem to be sung by the Adult Choir, direct. ed by Mrs. Julian Sams and ac- companied by Mrs. Fran Myrick The Service for Baptism for in- fants will be observed. The service for reception of members will be observed. Anyone who wishes to attend these services is welcome. A new Sunday School Class for adults will meet for the first time this Sunday morning at 9. Activities: Wed., Nov. 22: Adult hearsal at 7 p.m. Official Board meeting at $ Thursday - Thanksgiving Fri. - Sat., Nov. 24- 25: Rummage Sale in Decatur. Sun., Nov. 26: Aceeption of bers and services of Bap St. TOHN'S LUTIRAN O. Zumstein, lstos Sunday School ............ Worship Service ........ 10:30t The Junior Choir will sing: There Be Peace On Miller- Jackson. The Pastor will preach an "Eternal Rewards of Grace." Thanksgiving Service on Thanksgiving Nov. 22, at 7:30 pxn. The giving offering will be give Lutheran World Action. A special Congregational ing will be held on Sunday, Nov. 26, following morning worship service. The pose of the meeting will be adopt the Annual Bud 1962. An opportunity to pledge to the work for the year will be given at that also. A cordial invitation to all services. We Will Be CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY Thursday, November 23 MOORE'S DINER CHRISTMAS SPECIAL[ On Bowling Shoes and Bags $11.95 Shoes. for Men $6005 $ 7.9S Shoes. Men & Ladies $5.00 Bags . . from $2.95 fo $5.95 Illiopolis Bowl ILLIOPOLIS,..ILLINOIS New Issue of Mr. Pulaski High School Bonds Offered Public The Mt. Pulaski High School Board has made a very satisfactory sale of the $496,000 bond issue. The reasonable rate indicates the high re-. gard bond houses placed on this issue and the community it embraces. We believe also that these bonds are an un" usually good investment and have purchased a substantial number for our own bond accotmt and for resale to customers and friends. Individuals in a high income tax bracket ca benefit through the "non-income tax" feature of these bonds. To encourage local distribution, we are re- offering the bonds at cost, plus a small handling charge. For full particulars, see one of our offic" ers. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MOUNT PULASKI "A Good Bank in a Good Town" i