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JIAGK EIGHT THE MODT(T PULASKI TIMES- NEWS. MOUI' PULASI ILLINOIS THUBSDAY. LOCAL NEWS ent at dinner in the Earles home, Gulso, Mr. and Mrs. William G. BKZPtAR AND CAFETERLA CARD PART IN with other guests, Mr. and Mrs. Whittle of Mount Pulaski. SUPPER IN CHESTNUT SATURDAY ICIGIIT, Robert Thompson of Springfield. At their home on North Vine The Women's Society of Christ- A Card Party William Merriman, employed Miss Georgia Roberts was a Street Thanksgiving day Mr. and ian Service, Chestnut Methodist[Beason community in Chicago Heights, and who liv. visitor in Springfield last Fri. Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley serv- Church, has chosen es in nearby Steger, visited his Saturday, on Saturday ni parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merri- day. ed a turkey dinner to members Dec. 1, as the date for their ning at 7:30 Mr. and Mr Gordon Otto, who of their family. Those present in- Bazaar and Cafeteria Supper in  is being sponsored by man, Thanksgiving Day. had been living in Chicago the cluded: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin the church basement. Serving is Aetna Home Bureau. herA Thanksgivinggrup of relativeSin theatecoffeedin" past few years, have moved to Connolley, sons Dick and Michael scheduled to start at 5 p.m. l Tickets are 50 cent Pampa, Texas, where Mr. Otto and daughter Leslie Ann, Spring- The Bazaar will begin at 3 p.m. [ be obtained in Shop, and then went to the home will be engaged in daily news- field; Richard Connolley, Bur- of Miss Anna Schafer for the aft- paper work. Mrs. Otto is the lington, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Your are in'ited to attend. Do Iwill be served. ernoon and a potluck supper, former Helen Brooker, daughter neth V. Connolley and daughter some of your Christmas shopping l They were: Mr. and Mrs. Gee. J. of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker Susan and son Tommy. and enjoy a good supper, i Buy U. S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter A. of near Mount Pulaski. Dee Buckles, who attend Brad- Schafer, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gasaway vis- Icy U. in Peoria,, spent Thanks- Wagner and children, Miss Flor- ited in Lincoln Sunday with her giving week end with his par- ence,Vagner, Miss Anna Schafer brother, Noel Suedmeier and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buck- and Mrs. O. E. Wagner. family, lea. He also went over to St. From where I sit... Miss Barbara Hargis, student Mr. and Mrs, Homer Lane and Clara's hospital, Lincoln. and at Eastern IlLinois College at Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Ryan visited his grandmother, Mrs. O. Charleston, spent Thanksgiving were in Lincoln Thanksgiving O. Scroggin. vacation period with her parents evening and visited in the home Mr. and Mrs. John Dillsavcr '1Fail" and aqoarW'._ Mr. and Mrg. L. L. Hargis. of the formers' daughter, Mrs. and daughters, Springfield, were Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox Herman Dammerman & family, dinner guests on Thanksgiving of went to Oakland and 'ot his Mrs. Anna Hutchinson of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Roth. In] not withrf mother, Mrs. Anna Maddox, then Springfield spent Thanksgiving the afternoon they went to the We've just had a political cam- "but certainly to Newman for his aunt, Mrs. Day with her sister, Mrs. E. G. St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln to paign with everything from a torch- Kate Shumaker, and then on to Phinney. visit Mr. Dillsaver's mother, Mrs.! From where I sit. yoU' light parade to a neck-and-neck give Slim credit for acting' Danville for a Thanksgiving din- Mr. and Mrs. David O. Brady Albert Dillsaver. who has been a. ner in the home of relatives, Dr. were in Decatur Thanksgiving patient there several weeks. 1 ballot box race. belief that everyone has and Mrs. William M. Coffey. Day and attended a dinner at Mrs. Bertha Pope and children " Rusty Robinson, with no cam- be heard--just as everO Mr. and Mrs. Paul IL Moore the Staley Club. given by his and Miss Noretta McVey Spring- paign funds, planned his Election right to his own and family had as guests on sister-in-law, Mrs. Clara Brady, field, visited Thanksgiving day Eve speech for the Square. Slim tastes. Maybe you like Thanksgiving Day at a turkey whose son, Captain Carl Brady, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCormick, who owns the Palace for instance, when yea dinner. Frank Jones, Mr. and U. S. Army, is home on furlough Allen McVey. They were accomp- movie house, was finishing up his break." Well, my vote Mrs. Kenneth Jones and daught- from Japan. anied by their aunt, Mrs. Chris- ers Donna and Janet, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schaffen- tina McDaniel. campaign in Pioneer Hall. refre.hing glass of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Suedmeier acker served a turkey dinner on Then it began to rain. Rusty's we're lucky to be living ill and daughter Connie of Lincoln, Thanksgiving Day, the follow- political career was fizz!in out in coun- where we can were Thursday visitors in the ing relatives being present: Mr.! :he damp when S!im showed up own preferences! home of his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Bobb Hemphill and to say that Robinson people could Mrs. George E. Suedmeier. daughter, Rhoda, of Newman; I eet in his theatre--for .c.b.in. , In Lincoln Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs Ray Stubblefield i "I'antto beat Rusty," Sia said, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Hassebrock, and son William, of Sullivan; Mr. Jr.. and children had as dinner and Mrs. T. A. Scroggin. Mr. and guests: Mr. and Mrs. John Hasse- Mrs. Harry S. Martin, Sr. Copyright, 1951, brock, Sr. and sons Melvin and On Thanksgiving day Ira Veail Ray, Mount Pulaski; Mr. and and cousin, Miss Audrey Veail, - ....... 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