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2-TIMES.NEWS (]tit. Pulaski, ill.) TIRSDAY, NOV. 18, 1971 MOUNT PULASlQ TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, nl. 62548 ltbllshed and entered as second class matter tn the post office Art Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. I, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor Subscripttod Rates Three Months $ I. 50 8ix Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ I. 50 Advertising Display Rates upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL_ __NEWB Mrs. Joe Kafka and Mrs. Harold Hargrave spent the weekend in Covington, Tenn., visiting the form- er's mother, Mrs. Carmel O'Bryan. Other weekend guestswere Mrs. O'Bryan's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Garrison and daughters of St. Louis, Me., and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Bryan and sons of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Jackson of Centralia, Me.," will be visiting their sons, James of Latham and Earl and Roy of Mt. Pulaski until after Thanksgiving. George L. Jackson has been promoted to Grocery Manager at Prengei's IGA Foodliner. Mr. Jackson has been employed at Prenger's for three years. He and Mrs. Jackson and their daughter, Jill Renee, live on their farm three miles north of Centralia, Missouri. Mr. Jackson is formerly from Mt. Pulaski. Cornelius Hurter, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich Monday. He was in the area taking care of some real estate business .in Riverton, and placing wreaths on graves of de- parted relatives in Mt. Pulaski cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiick of Latham returned last Tuesday from a week's visit with ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCain and sons in Hillsboro, Missouri, and Mrs. McCain and sons ac- companied them home to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeldt of Mt. Pulaski. They return- d to their home in Mis- souri last Friday. Mrs. Margaret Hildreth and Mrs. Wilbur Stoll rep- resented Mt. Pulaski at the Rolling Prairie Library Work Shop for Trustees which was held on Satur- day, Nov. 13th at the Sheraton Inn in Decatur. They attended both the morning and afternoon mmsions. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich and Rev. and Mrs, Clifford D. Smith at- tended the 9 o'clock ser- vice at First United Metho- dist Church in Springfield lut Sunday. The sermon was given by Bishop Ger- ald Kennedy of the South- ern California - Arizona 111"11. Rv. al:d Mrs. Smith then drove to Mansfield, ill, to attend a dinner honoring Mrs. Richard B. W. KY INSURANCE cz alma PHONE 792. $5116 }. . ILL. Hou*c who has concluded 50 years of service as or- ganist of the United Meth- odist Church there. They noted that Interstate 74 through Mansfield is vir- tually completed. It is a beautiful road. Lioness Mub To Held Bake Sale Sat., November The Lioness Club is again preparing for their annual Fall Bake Sale. It will be held this Saturday, Nov. 20th at 9:00 a.m. at Modern Plumbing & Heat- ing. There will be lots of delicious cakes, pies, can- dies, nut breads and home- made breads and rolls. Plan now to buy those goodies you will be need- ing for the Thanksgiving holiday season. The proceeds from this bake sale will go for com- munity projects. We would appreciate your support ! TOBI MI-NTI) SUN. AT IdkTHAM CltURCII A folk musical about God entitled "Tell It Like It Is", will be presented by the members of the Millikin Music Dept., Millikin University of Decatur, Ill., on Nov. 21st 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the United Latham Methodist Church in La- tham, Ill. ImUCE w2-YyrT TO SY IN MAY Bruce Walcott, son of Mr. and Mrs. erie Walcott, 110 East Scroggin Street, is starring in "Wave Until Dark", a two act drama to be presented at Com- munity Players in Bloom- ington, Illinois. The dates for the play are Nov. 26, 27, Dec. 1,2, 3,4and 8, 9, tO and l lth. December 12th will be a benefit show for the Heart Fund at a higher admis- sion. THANK YOU I want to thank my neighbors, relatives and friends who sent me cards, and called and visited me while I was a patient in Decatur Memorial Hospit- al. Especially, I want to thank all my co-workers of the Illinois Masonic Medical Center who called and sent cards and floral gifts while I was in the hospital. (p) Wilford E. Ryan. m The trouble with the future is that it usually arrives before we are ready for it. I 4moaeJ MISS MARTHA RODMAN Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rodman of Chestnut announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Martha, and Dean Sasse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sasse of Beason. Both are graduates of Beason High School. Miss Rodman is employed as a beautician at Candlewood Estates at Mahomet, Illinois. Mr. Sasse is a senior majoring in Agriculture at Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois. A January 29th wedding is being planned. TOM NOVOTNY, TOPS SPEAKER, NOV. 16 Tom Novotny, a form- er seminary student at Concordia, of Springfield, Ill., was the guest speaker from the Illinois Heart Association at the Hill Tops Club at the Tom- linson Recreation Center on Tues., Nov. 16th. He has been employed over a yar at the Heart Asso- ciation. Mr. Novotny, a former TOPS member, gave his background of his weight problem. He showed movies on "Cholesterol" and "Eat All You Want". A question and answer period followed. Booklets were distribu- ted and he told of the many "free" advantages that could be taken if you are in need of the "Heart Association". Grade School CAteNDAR Men., Nov. 22 - Baske' ball Game, Mason City, T. Wed., Nov. 24- Basket- ball Game, Niantic, T. Wed., Nov. 24- End of 2nd 6 weeks. Nov. 25-26 - Thanks- giving Vacation. i i| Sell it with a Classified. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Mum T92-5418 Meat Pulss m. I I i iii i ,| SERVICES MONDAY FOR EUGENE AK)EBSON Albert Eugene Ander- son, 46, of Lincoln, Illi- nois, died at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Monday, Nov. 15, 1971. Funeral services were Wed- nesday, Nov. 17, 1971 at 1:30 p.m. at Fricke Me- morial Home with the Rev. Lloyd Tebo officia- ting. Interment was in Mr. Pulaski Cemetery. The deceased was born at Latham, May 15, 1925, the son of Albert W. and Nellie Lucy (Kingsley) Anderson. He married Betty Colleen Bertrang Jan. 16, 1944. Surviving him are his parents, his wife, two chil- dren, Terry Anderson and Mrs. Marsha Southerlan a sister, Mrs. of Vandalia; grandchildren- The member of tM tional chinists, a World War berc He. was machinist at mer plant. CARD OF It is tion that our man tives for It memorials t l Thomas Church, and deeds exte ing the time of t of our Paul (Ethel) GRAND OPENING Special Psices on Shampoo Frosfin9 and Haircolorin9 REG. $1.00 PERM. Includes HainlpLng, HAIBOUI00 ALL SPECIALS GOOD THRU Open Daily & Evenings. Mon . ( Closed. Wednesdays ! Phone. 792- PHYL'S KUIIL & SWIBL Phyllis Pelc, Owner and S. Spring St Mt Some Things Simply Go Together Federal Deposit Insttrance Increased to $20,000 PHONE 792-3216 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS First National Like ham 'n eggs, your checking and account belong together. Saves time and ener. when your accounts are under one roof and savings earn a fine return. Two accounts give you plenty of "clout" when you talk to your banker. Try it!