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--TIMES-NEWS. Mount PulaskL IlL, THURSDAy. NOVEMBER 23, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, ::Lq30, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. Editor and Publisher Terms of Sptions: Three Month ............................. 75(: SIx Month .................................... $1.50 One Year ........................... . .......... ,$3.00 Published Every Thursday NOVEMBER 1961 S M I' W i' F S " " - 1 2 3 4 $ 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 - - R i LOCAL NEWS Dr. C. E. Hildreth made a bus- lness trip to Mattoon recently. Frederick Lipp and Fred Holm- es returned home Saturday night from a hunting trip to Bovey, Minn. While there they also visit- ed friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Makinen. They were gone two weeks, and brought back two deer and some Christmas trees, of Mrs. Florence Flamming, Springfield, visited in the home of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Hfldreth, re- . cently. Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis were in Freeport Thursday and Friday of last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leer Werntz and sons Bob and Don. Mr. and Mrs. George Meister were there from Saturday to Mon- day and also visited in the Werntz home with their daughter and family. During this time the Sen- Ior Class play, 'rhe King and I" by Rogers & Hammerstein, was pl'esented at the high school and the Mount Pulaski folks attended play, which was presented night. The Werntz boys were among the children in the Mxs. Oswald Brooker was in Lincoln Wednesday, Nov. 15, and attended the regular meeting of Lincoln Woman's Club. She as guests Mrs. T. A. Gup. ton, Sr., and Mrs.. Harry Down- Jim Kelly, a student at the U. L, Champaign - Urbana, and ::Joe Kelly, student at Eastern Ill- :ilnois University, Charleston, are for the Thanksgiving holi- with their parents, Mr. and Floyd Kelly. Edmur Beebe, of Olathe, Kansas, has been visiting her sis-  Mrs. John T. Downing, Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch, Sr., Mrs. McCarthy and Miss Fran- Vetter. Mrs. Mertice Meister went to Chicago Sunday where she met net grandson, Mike Welch, of xuma.. Ariz., and accompanied on a plane trip to Yuma to spend the winter with her dau- hter, Mrs. Marie l: Welch and tam- " Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lyons wen! to Peoria Wednesday to make a giving visit with their son and family. FREE m UNWED r INCOME FUND :A mutual fund investing in Umn 100 American cor- dened for peo  mmerrent income- me Pmspectus-Baeklet Miss Marie Sams, Mrs. A. J. lo E S INSTALLATION j have to remain at least another Lyons and Mrs. C. M. MerrimanJ,, ,:,,: .......... ]month, in a cast. Gary broke his went to Springfield Monday to I,,'l'Ull.lla" Nlq,,il'lT right leg during a baseball game :endvanWurkhSehtLats:hDOUcfl- [ Mrs. Sally England will be in. lwith Argenta on Sept. 26th. ,lstalled as Worthy Matron, and given by the Springfield Civic I Joe England as Worthy Patron, Garden Club of which they are Iot Mt. Pulaski Chapter, Order of members. ] Eastern Star at a public ceremony Robert John and David Norton, ]to be held Saturday, Nov. 25 at sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Wil-J8-00 p m in the Masonic Hall' son, were baptized Sunday in the Mrs. Mildred Myrick will be in- St. John's Lutheran Church, by the pastor, the Rev. Ray O. Zum- stein. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. James Byrd, uncle and aunt of the children, from Phoenix, Ariz. Present also were the grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peart from Joliet and Mr. Wilson of Delavan. Darrell Hanslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow, is the first swimmer to complete 10 mil- es of swimming in the Tomlinson Pool. He accomplished the teal in just four swim periods. Winner of the AMF bicycle at Stahl Bros. Hardware Store was Mrs. Shirley Kincade of Chestnut. Customers registered at the store during the recent Fall Shoppers Sale. Stephen Cullen, student at the U. of I, is home for a Thanksgiv- ing visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers, Sr., of this vicinity, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Purcell of Latham, visit- ed from Friday until Sunday in Algonia, Iowa, with Mr. and Mrs. Purcell's son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell and family. NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Lo- gan County will meet in the Court stalling officer. Mrs. Mary Isham, Grand Lecturer, a member of the Abraham Lincoln Chapter, Spring- field, will be installing marshal. Others assisting in the install- ation ceremonies willl be Donald Copeland, Chaplain; Mrs. Joyce Wood, Organist, and Mrs. Max- ine Schultz, Soloist. Francis My- rick, Gordon Isham and Mrs. Audrey Copeland are to be es- corts to the installing officers. THREE STUDENTS WILL REPRESENT TRI-C1TY The Tri-City High School, lo- cated in Buffalo, will be repre- sented by three students at the All-State Music Contest to be held at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-25th. They are Lance Lercher, trumpet; Sandra Fuiten, soprano; and, Sharon Cra- vens, alto. COMPANIONED Alone, I take the road I once Had thought to walk with you When life was young,, Before I learned Its dreams were brief and few Although the path seems desolate, You need not pity me--- I journey with a multitude House in Lincoln, Monday, De- No mortal eye may see. cember 4, 1961 for the transaction j Helen C. Janssen. of business and the payment of --- bills. All bills must be filed in]LJt'CJ'l'A/ IKII".A/C the office of the County Clerk be- Ji ]%J. //L !Nr- O fore 5!00 o'clock P. M., Friday, [ Gary Zimmermann, son of Mr. ecemoer 1, 1961, in order to be | and Mrs. Frederick Zimmermann, allowed at this meeting. |was admitted to the ALM hos- Leonard F. McCann |pital for a check-up recently, ne County Clerk returned home Saturday and will Ellis Bredenstiner, northwest of the city, entered St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln, Friday, Nov. 17, for medical care. Keith Rothwell, suffering from a severe bleeding of the nose, was Apparel Gifts FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY[ Use Our "Lay-A-Way" Plan DOUDS CLOTHING end SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Douds" MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS What's Planavac? A new Me8 n eeurlty! Your famy's needs are as individual as your fingerprints. But Planavac, by means of dectronic analysis, hdps you take the guesswork out of future plans. Fred the key to adequate family protection...send today for a Planavac Confidential Information card. Call or write your BMA repreatative. Kenneth W. Johnson ESS IIEWS ASSlmA ), MOUNT PULASKI r, ea 41,  Phone 7S.n64 admitted Sunday to ALM pital for treatment. Bert Gillum was taken Schahl ambulance, Sunda noon, to the ALM hos medical care. Mrs. Bertha Guffey, of a former Mount Pulaskian, medical patient in St. John'S pital, Springfield. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ EYES EXAMINED Glasses Prescribed . Cordacf Lenses 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILLINOIS In earnest times and in a troubled worlds we come to out natiofial Day of Thanksgiving. Never before have we had greater need or more occasion for a joyous observance, of the day. As we look over the scene it must be obvious that our God is still ruling, still protecting, stil) staying the : powers of vil. If it were not so we would long ago have been involved in a most terrific holocaust. Let us remember that we do not thank God by filling oUt stomachs. As we gather in contentment in our houSeS amid the plenty that is ours, may all this undisturbed joy" ousness and feasting cause our hearts to sing: "God is good;" May our Ilmtsgiving be just that  grateful hearts rising to Him in acknowledgement of His goodnesS, in adoration for His mercy and patience with our guiltY land. And may that spirit linger long enough to be tranS" formed into thanksgiving as we go forth to serve Him who served us in His Sort with forgiveness and life and has giV- en us opportunity to live and spread that Gospel in oUt land. God bless Americal ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN Mr. PULASKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLANI) INDEED WE ARE THANKFUL... For good health, many fine friends, our wonderful land of America and the privi- lege of serving .good people like you. Thanksgiving Day November 23rd We Pay 3% on Savings Account00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PulkL