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!i' \\; PAGE TWO MOUNT PULAS TIMZ.NEWS Mount PulaskL Illinois Publisked and entered as second class matter in the postoeSce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, Z879. HARRY J. VIBLE Editor and PubIlshor Temns of Subscription: Three Months ....................... 75c Six Months ............................. $]..25 One Yar .......................... :. ....... $2,50 Published Every Thursday Local News Items Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheuler and family, living east of the city entertained a group of relatives at dinner Thanksgiving day. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maske of Fairbury, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and family of Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Callison and family of Latham; Miss Lorraine Callison of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske of Mount Pulaski. The Nebraska folks left Monday for their home. Miss Linda Lakin of Chestnut visited in this city over the week end'with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frew W. Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maske of Fairbury, Nebr., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske to Vandalia for a visit Saturday and Sunday with their brothers, Geo. and Louis Maske, and other rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth, daughters Harriet and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stoll and children, Connie Jo and Jerry, and Linda Lakin, were supper guests in Lincoln Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Helton. The latter was formerly Shirley Mac Lakin of Chestnut. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stoll. Mrs. Hilton is a graduate nurse at the Deaconess hospital. Mr. Hilton is a teacher in the Emden grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stoll were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth and family east of the city. Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier who live on North Lafayette, left this Thursday for West Palm Beach, Fla., to spend the winter months. Earl Lucas of Crllcago, visited here Sunday and Monday with his brother, Mahlon Lucas and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stahl, 1711 Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio, Texas, in renewing their sub- scription to the Times-News,   - Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRIDAY AND SA'rURDAT Nov. 30 -- Dec. 1 "The Texas Rangers" (In Supercinecolor) with George Montgomery, Gale Storm, Jerome Courtland --Plus.-- CARTOON - COMEDY VARIETY VIEWS Tmz MOUNT  - NEWL MOUNT PULASIL ILLINOIS wrote the following: '%Ve enjoy reading the home-town paper. Having delightful weather here in San Antonio, 83 degrees the past few days. We are operating the Golf Tourist Courts here, and would be most happy to have our Mount Pulaski friends spend their winter vacations with uS." Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allsepp, northeast of the city returned on Monday from Dayton, Ohio, fol- lowing a ThanlCsgiving visit with their daughter, Mrs. George J. Schmitt and family. Saturday, Nov. 24, Mr. and Mrs` Allsopp observed their 36th wedding an- niversary. A turkey dinner was served on Sunday, Nov. 25 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Horn, at the southeast edge of the city, in honor of her brother, Lloyd Gieseke of Elkhart. Lloyd has been home on a 45-day furlough and will report to his ship, the U.S.S. Norriss, on Dec. 7. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Rob. err Trumpy and children, Bobby and Becky, of Tremont; Mr. and Mrs. George Gieseke, Sr., dau- ghter Georgeann and son Lloyd, of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Max- heimer and children, Phyllis and Dale Lester, Mrs. Dale Ingrain and Fred Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Geyer, east of the city, visited in Rockford from Thursday to Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Gordon Zelle, and family. DANCE IN ODD FELLOWS HALL SATURDAY NIGHT The dance in Odd Fellows Hall Saturday night, Dec. 1, will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight. There will be both square and round dances. Children not ac. companied by their parents will be charged an admission fee of 15 cents. The Rebekahs will serve lunch. HILLTOPPERS WILL OPEN SEASON AT TAYLORVILLE FRIDAY The Hilltopper cage squad will open the '51-'52 sason this Fri. day night at Taylorville with two games. Taylorvflle has a veter. am outfit this year and this will be a stiff test for Coach Jones" boys. JACK McCANN HAS RESPONSIBLE JOB Jack McCann, son of Mrs. Rich- ard Hazelwood {the former Mrs. Miriam Swain McCann), Chest- nut, left for Washington, D. C. on Tuesday, to take over his new duties as a Washington repre- sentative for the R. G. LeTour. neau, Inc., of Peoria, Ill., manu- facturers of heavy earth-moving and construction equipment. Jack has been employed in Peoria by the company, and will now act in the capacity of a field representative to expedite the flow of defense materials to the Armed Forces and other govern- mental agencies. After graduating from Mount Pulaski township high school he attended Bradley University in Peoria, graduating from there in June, 1950 with a B. A. degree in Industrial Journalism. Mr. Mc Cann has been a member of the Advertising and Sales Promotion Staff of the LeTourneau company at the corporation office, Peoria. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS DECEMBER 6th The Junior Woman's Club will hold its regular monthly meet- ing in the American Legion home on Thursday, Dec. 6. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Walter Dannenberger is program chairman Guest speak- er is to be Curt Massey of Lin- colr, who will talk on "Through the Holy Land," which is cover- hlect your gifts from ow 1951 Toy and Ft C log. 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You can find an ideal jewelry gift for each one of the family here. LADLES and MENS WATCHES Hamilton - Bulova - Elgin 15 to 21 Jewels $33.75 to $71.50 Fed. Tax Incl. --: OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS :- ALARM DIAMONDS PLAIN WEDDING RINGS PEARLS PARKER 21"s and 51"s RONSON LIGHTERS FLAMINAIRE LIGHTERS BILLFOLDS JEWELRY SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS SCHICK SHAVERS (Electric) EARRINGS NECKLACE . EAR- RINGS . BRACELET SETS SILVERWARE ELECTRIC & CLOCKS FOR MEN Rings, Tie Bars, Cuff Links, Watch Chains JULIAN E. DOWNING JEWELER Gifts He Prefers! GIFTS HE CAN WEAIq GIFTS HE'LL PRIDE See our large collection of gifts for Him--and what- ever'his build . . . whatever his tastes you're sure to find just the gifts he'll give happy thanks for - for many a month to come. Arrow and Shapely DRESS SHIRTS . . $2.95 to $3.95 Wilson Bros. Faultless PAJAMAS - - $3.95 to $5.50 HICKOK JEWELRY . $1.50 to $.500 Wilson Bros. and Arrow SPORT SHIRTS - . $3.95 to $7.50 TIES -- Rayon, Wool and Silk $1.50 to $2.50 PHOENIX HOSIERY . $ .55 to $2.95 LAMB KNIT SWEATERS $5.00 to $12.50 (School Sweaters in Purple, Gold, White, Royal, Cardinal, Maroon) I" MALLORY HATS $7.50 to $1o.oo Remember Him with a gift ceificate this Christmas TALMAGES Your store for GREATER VA.UES and BETTER SERVICE MOUNT PULASF.L ILLINOIS