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NOVF.MBEB 29, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASII2, IIJ.2NOIS ]PAGE KEVEIE NEWS Helpinstine. Spring. Thanksgiving day of Mount Pulaaki with Mr. and M, Ly city last Thursday morning and dinner guests were took home with them her mother, Mrs. Frank Mann, oI Mrs. Anna Ryan, lor droner and a day's visit. Cummings, Spring- Mrs. Eunice Vandevender and in Mount Pulaski daughter, Miss Jean, living north with her sister, of the city, on Thanksgiving day Cheek. :erved a turkey dinner to mem- Mrs" Everett Beidler hers of the family. Those enjoy- Donna. had aS'ing the dinner and a visit back a turkey dinner on t home were: Mr. and Mrs. Her- Day, Mrs" Grace schel Vandevender and dough- Mr. and Mrs" Loren ite Margaret Ann and Jal, )f and Paul E. Beidler. IChamoaign; Mr. and Mrs. Rich. Lucas, student at lard Sotzen and daughter Sharon a Peoria and; Joe Lucas, t of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford t I6v;a State College, at Vandevender and son, Donny of made short visits this city. Parents. Mr. and M_rs" Thanksgivin dinner ues-t at south of the city, dur- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay week end. ]ence Romer and son 'an at McCarthy, who'. the northwest edge of city, in- Illinois State cluded her mother, Mrs. Oran was home for Gulick. and brothers, Theron and visit with her lHerbert Gulich, and families, all and Mrs. Glenn Me of Decatur. t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dannen- on Thanksgiv-berger and son Bruce left Wed. Mr. and :Mrs" Genelnesday, Nov. 21, for Santa Mon- :ave a holiday dinner lp of relatives including Mrs" Robert Buckles, Irs. Floyd D. Buckles, Irs. Henry Meister. all Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. and daughter of Tenn. to probate the will Carl It. Baumann of was filed Nov. 20, county court, Lincoln, property at $9,000 estate at $28,OOO. A son F. Baumann. of Mount Was named executor. tama Sams of Decatur Thanksgiving morning the home of her brother, wife. :00 p.m. Wednesday of the fire department to the home of Mrs. 'an on South Marion ere a grass fire had of control. No damage buildings. ,Mrs. Harold Ryan re- just before Thanks- a trip to Boston, [ere they made a short Mr. Ryan's brother, has been serving in many years, and who. from sea duty. i IT hey took Robert's wife and son, Mr. and Mrs. Laymon Russell who have been with her parcnt of Evansville, Indiana, visited in in Macon, Ill. to Boston where he city recently with his mother, hev re' ;r Mrs. Hattie Laymon. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scardello Mrs, Melvin Moore of Lincoln na :n o au ........... visited Sunday with Mrs. Lay- ica. Calif.. to make a winter stay. In Illiopolis recently, Joan Chevierut and Edward Meister were voted Queen and King of the Homecoming at Illiollis high school. The football team finished the season's schedule of ames by defeating Mt. Zion, Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chevierut, and Ed- ward is the son of Mrs. Evalena Meiter. Both are seniors. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zelle and family of Chicago Heights. and Edgar ZeHe of Houston, Texas visited here over the week end with their father, Fred Zelle. When Virgil Langenbahn of Lincoln purchased to old Lang building on South Washington street several months ago and opened Virg's Tavern, he started work to make the upstairs ,o n apartment in which to live. He and Mrs. Langenbahn moved their household goods here last week from Lincoln and are now nicely located in their new home. Miss Barbara Jo McCann of De. catur and Jack McCann of Peoria, made a Thanksgiving visit In Chestnut with their mother, Mrs. I Rmhard Hazelwood. Others there : for the holidays were Mrs. Ronald Gobleman and son Don, Spring. field. LIVES EBB Though we try not to think of it. But when a loss occurs, call upon us for simple services clone in best of taste. AMBULANCE SERVICE ..... DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home i Phone 235 muD. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Anderson of Beardstown were Thanksgiv- ing-time guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Anderson. Mr. and Mrs" Edward Rein. inert have moved from Chestnut co Mount Pulaski and are oc- cupying the Thomas Howe prop- erty at the north end of Bel- mont street. I>fc. Harry E. Manes, U.S. Mar. ine Corps, stationed at the Mar- ine Corps Supply Depot in San Francisco, Calif., was home re-, cently and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs- Eugene Manes, and grandfather, Harry B. Capps. He left November 18 for Wichita, Kas', accompanied by his moth-r er, for a Thanksgiving week vis- it with her sister, Mrs. Paul V, [ Shelley and family. Mrs. Manes' returned home Sunday while "Bud" left by plane for San Fran- cisco. Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Calvin Lay-! mon, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duncan and daughter, Dorlean of Evans- vilIe, Ind., visited from Friday I to Sunday with the former's too- ] ther, Mrs. Hattie Laymon. All J went to Decatur Sunday after-[ noon to visit Mrs. Layrnon's Jrother, W. 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