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4--TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1971 Ohe0000nul (2haUet Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. tlarold Arm- strong on their 25th Wed- (ling Anniversary, Novem- ber 18th. They are the proud parents of three children: Gloria (Mrs. Richard Luster), Lyn- wood, and Diana. No spe- cial obervance is planned. Mrs. Connie Travis has replaced Mrs. Doretta Has- sebrock as the Avon Rep- resentative in the southern portion of Chestnut. Mrs. Travis began her duties last week. Sympathy to thc family of Paul DeJarnette, Bea- son, who passed away this week. Mr. DeJarnette was FS bulk dealer in our area for several years and Mrs. DeJarnette taught in the Chestnut Grade School for many years, before retir- ing. Dewey Schilling, Day- tori, Texas, arrived Thurs- day to visit with friends and relatives in the area, Mr. and Mrs. James Schil- ling, Mr. and Mrs. John Schilling, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drake. Don&apos;t get so busy dur- ing the Thanksgiving holi- days to give me a call with your news of friends and relatives, visiting you dur- ing this special time. News must be in by Monday morning to be published that week. Only a few more Thanks- giving Raffle tickets are available at $1.00 a book or 25 a chance on the drawing for the 20-pound Thanksgiving Turkey, the lO-pound ham, a goose, and duck. The Drawing will be Friday, November 19th at 7:00 p.m. at the Chestnut Cafe, sponsored b d the Finance Committee for the Chestnut Centen- nial. The winners need not be present to win, but why not come in, eat a catfish supper at the Chestnut Cafe, and win your Thanksgiving Tur- key, Ham, Goose, or Duck. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Drake and Andrea Susan were weekend guests at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Singley and Jane, Hazel Crest, Ill. Todd Singley .was home from NIU for the weekend too, to help celebrate their mothcr's ?? birthday. Happy Birth- day, Mum! The Chestnut Farmers Grain Co. have reported that this has been a very good year for area farmers with 98% of the harvest ALL PRIOES Effective Thur Wed. Nov. 241h.. No Bonus Stamps, On Nov. 22 Due To Aline. completed. Corn delivered to the elevator has aver- aged 140 bushels per acre. The elevator has 1% mil- lion bushels of corn so far this year and 300,000 bu- shels of beans stored with 75,000 bushels of corn stored on the ground. The elevator and bin sites are full to capacity. Chad Edward Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder, was baptized during services Sunday morning at Zion Lutheran Church. AUSTIN Hattie Kerwood Nov. 15. Another month half gone ! Bill Heft of Danville came home for Saturday and Sunday. His mother went for him and took him back. Yes, hunters' guns were popping Saturday and Sunday. Pheasants and quail better stay hidden. S.S. attendance 24, for church 20. A guest was Mrs. Sibeth Wauson of W. Salem. Was good to see Myrtle Rau back in the services again. She shared her flowers with us both Sundays. Harold Alsup has been in the service at Ft. Leon- ard Wood, Mo. since Sept. He kaves in Dec. for W. Coast, be there 2 weeks, home for Christmas, then his wife will go with him. W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon in Warrensburg with Norma Rau. Will meet at 1:30 during these short days. Helen Cross, leader of lesson. The Dec. meeting will be in the church - potluck supper. Dist. president, Mrs. Pride of Decatur, was present. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rau ate dinner Sunday in Mt. Pulaski. Then Mrs. Rau visited with H.A.K. in afternoon. Also Mrs. Ru- lb. Ohannel Garfish lvery FridaT N'ht Seating for 64 people 5:30 to 8:30 pan, Drawing to be held at 7:00 P.M. for a turkey, ham, goose and a duck sponsored by Chestnut Centennial Committee. IXiT &   CAll atesiui, Illinois berg came. Staff Sgt. Elmo Burks and mother, Mrs. Esther Burks of Warrensburg, were Sat. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crbss. Staff Sgt. Burks is taking some schooling in Chanute AFB. He is stationed at Digess AFB near Abilene, Texas where he and fam- ily reside. His schooling began Oct. 12, ends in Dec. He spends his week- ends with mother and relatives. Our fhst snow fell Mort day fore night, (didn't know it till next a.m., all had melted but in valleys, on roofs and was t edge bldgs.), Big white frost nesday a.m., warmer and still Friday 40 Nice Sunday, but a shower in night, Thankful the has ended. Allen Alsup and Anderson of ISU home for weekel'll J Monday I0 a.m- and warm as   summer. If you are cize the faults of doing it: stop and cou ! your own. DR. HERBERT F. LEHZ and DR. LOUIS W. C. GLASSES F::Fi:'SCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSES NOUIIS: 9 11 S P.M. E, lklrs. 9-12 Phone ?32-6063 518 Broadway LINCOLN, ILLINOIS ORDERS TAKEN THRU SAT. NOV. 20 on FRESH DRESSED PLUMP HEAVY YOUNG TOM ,, ig  rh,,i, N,,,I, OLOSED NOV. 35t5. THANKSGIVING DAY URKEYS 0-39c & lip 15. Light Tom .. ,,.. Plump Hen 411 0, SHOP AT TURKEYS lb. Dale TURKEYS I0 . & Up I.k ,'J4 p tlDIPUICHAIEOF i BILKING HEN ( BON ' Skinless2 I. Heinkelwieners .wrld)ZEN FOOD SPCIALS! , v HAMS /to 9-o I. ," -- Aruao sr I (No Co.,o. Needed) mzDESSERTTOPPiNG O 35C Fresh 145 HAM s Esr r I MOION - POUSE ". OANNED HAM 3 LB. rn BREA0 ROLLS h P -- 3 I( IL     I RAGGEDY ANN GROUHB BEEF LI k Saltiml / IGGIy ANN , CAKE MIXES l( OUeKERS lb. ; IRAMIBERRY FRUIT COCKTAIL ,o,, <,o I "-- e'- SAUCE 00cc=a>00 _ , Prairie Farl 16 o,. _., li PIPKIN c: s,r, l  ] OOTTAnE OIlIESt Zlg[/ ?! all ,,,' till I c,e ANN "- s?HSi I ( 5 l.'Sl._ j | STUFFED OLIV" No. ,*-" I NPRED APPLf SAUCf  o ' (,o__, POTATOE .... "/9 S B21A B "E--PiCKLES . ,lop; " i HI-C An't. ( wtsrr WITH PURCHASE OF l o,. GriEF BOY AR - DEE si,, SAUSAGE PIZZA (No Coupon Needed) SHOP AT HOklE S TAMP S WITH PURCHASE OF GOLDEN BANANAS CRISP PEPPERS RADISHES CALIPOIIA - PASCAL CELERY Monday thru Thursday 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. FRID,g.Y 7:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. SATURDAY 7:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. (No Coupon Needed) Lb. lk Fuji Rod CRANBERRIES each 10c lb. 33 Bch lOc OaJlfornia FRESH DATES Stalk 25c 16 ez, Box 5 FRUIT DRINK ( 28 ( FOLGER'S COFFEE .qNE1)I"S -Save 20 2Lk. F01Sm