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!, : !i   PULASFJ TIMES-NEWS HI., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 Mount Pulaski, Illinois lbllshed and entered as second matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 19, under the Act of Congress  on March 9, 1879. HARRY ]. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Torms of Subscriptions: Month ............................. 75c Six Month ............................. .:..$1.50 One Year ...................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday iii !l DECEMBER % 1961 spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zelle. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stahl of San Antonio, Tex- as, were callers in the Zelle home [on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll and children were dinner guests at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Schott, in Edinburg, on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Schott took her mother, Mrs. Max Diekson, to her home in Caruthersville, Mo. during the weekend, following a week's visit in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Goddard of LaSalle were recent guests in the home of Mrs. Carrie Goddard and and daughter of Milwaukee, Wis., at a Thanksgiving turkey dinner,, trator. tile following relatives: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fulk and v'rank Passmore, Sr., Mrs. Irvin sons, Raymond and Roger, made iowiand and children, a Thanksgiving visit in Peoria Mrs. Letitia WiPson came home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i.'nday from a visit of two weeks Grover C. Fulk. in ettenaor, Iowa, with her Mr. and Mrs. David O. Brady niece Mrs. Herman Hemple, and served a turkey dinner Thanks- family. lrs }temple is the form- ,ivin evenim, havin,,  th,, er ' i " ' ' ...... loss e Fenton of Mt. Pulaski. Iuests Mr and Mrs Willia r ),li " ' * .........  ss Jessm Turley and HaseIBradv and dauc, hte ('h,n ,, Flynn were Tlmnksgiving Day [colnand MissbXm'loi'. J'' .... " visitors at the home of Mr. and[ Mrs Carl Baumann served a Mrs. Grover Russell, sons Jim and ! turke ' dinner Thanks iv" Bob, near Hartsburg, where a tur- ] . Y gmg ray ....  at her home, corner Jefferson and iey umner was servea. Mrs. uss- i Vine streets. Her guests were Mr. ell is a daughter of Mr Flynn .... ." ." ,anu Mrs. william Lee Hinriehs, --Winter wreaths aria cemetery i ....... .......... or ioommg[on; Mr and Mrs DmnKem, au ses una prices, ur- , ....... I wuneim aumann and Miss son J.C. det now. Schahl Funeral Home,  .... Mr. and Mrs. Curtman Swick Mount Pulaski. (12-14) t Amena aumann. and family, Bloomington, former Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Koehler 1 Mr. and Mm A No.el Suedme!er Mr. Pulaskians, entertained with entertained the following relatives# and daughter uon.me of Lincom, a Thanksgiving turkey dinner in on Saturday evening, at a belated [ yt.mted ThanKsgiving Day with their home, the following relativ, inanksgivmg dinner: Mr. and lmS parents Mr. and Mrs. George es: her mother Mrs. Flossie Moore, : Mrs. Otto Torbeck, Mt. Pulaski; ! E. Suedmeieer. Sunday evening. ] Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Diez, Mr. and l m'. and Mrs. Tom Hall and dau- t Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth had Mrs. Macy Cheerer, former i of Chicago, a lifelong friend! Mrs. Harold Moore and family, of] ghter Nancy, Decatur; Mr. and I the following relatives as their IMajor and Mrs. Waldo Rigal, 1 Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs Darold I Mrs. Everett Torbeck and daugh- I guests for a turkey dinner on Inow living in this city as a co Wilcockson and family of'Spring-Iters, Marilyn and Doris of Aurora.[Thanksgiving Day: Mr. and Mrs. lpanio n to .Mrs. Geo. J. srai field; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Havener, I Charles Hildreth, Jr., of Bloom- and family of Bloomington; and I Jr., and daughter Tammie, wem lington; Mrs .Florene Flemming She arrived Sunday, Nov. 12, a0 her grandmother, Mrs. Ada Jones]in Herrick Thanksgiving Day, i of Springfield; Mrs. Grace Van Sunday, Nov. 26 joined membe! and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Jam- tand visited with her parents, Mr.i Hook, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Iship in Christian Church. Sh ej es McColl of Chicago an'd Mr and Mrs. Newell Welch. ] Hook and children of Decatur. I a Past Noble Grand of Aloha 1 , and Mrs. Norval Huston and faro" Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stoll, Lin- I beka Lodge 638, Chicago. . iily. of Bloomington. daughters Sally and Susie, served [ coln, had as guests at a turkey i AB John Poffenbarger left : Mr. and Mrs Eugene Connolley a turkey dinnenr Thanksgiving ! dinner Thanksgiving Day, Mr. ! day for Mountain Home Air F served a turkey dinner Thanks- Day to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phil-I and Mrs. T. A. Gupton, St., Mr Base, Idaho, after a furlO giving Day at their home, to lips and children, Mary Ann, land Mrs. T. A. Gupton, Jr. and spent with his parents, Mr. au members of their family as fol- and Danny, Lake Fork; Mr. and children, Tommy, Becky Sue and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger He co." lows: Mr. and Mrs. F'ranklin Mrs. Elbertie Ayers, Mrs. Marie Carol Ann, of hit. Pulaski. In the pleted his basic training at l.,, Connolley and children Spring. Wilham and Miss Marilyn Yocom. evening Mr. and Mrs. Gupton, Sr. land Air Force Base and on '. field; Mr. and Mrs. Ricllard Con- Mrs. Eunice Vandevender, liv- were dinner guests of Major and 30 was transferred to Amaril nolley and children of Princeton; ing near Salt creek north of the Mrs. Waldo Rigal here at home. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolley city, served a turkey dinner and The Misses Sciota B. and Eliz- Mrs. A. H. Hahn has retur and children, city all the trimmings to members of abeth Horn had as Thanksgiving home after a week's visit n Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Havener, her family, Thanksgiving Day. her son, the Rev. Edwin Hahn "- Sr.,. visited in Broadwell Thanks- M I W lr F S ..... I 2 3456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 192021 2223 24252627282930 Loc.00 Mr, arid M .  en iServed a turkey dinner for 16 at i::t,heit home Thanksgiving Day. tt were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. !(Westen, Jr., and son, Roger of i; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore,  Ann and Keith Alan Vande- renter of Sullivan; Mr. and Mrs. :!II Gambrill of Streator; Mrs. Allison, of Decatur, and r'. and Mrs. Robert Westen and i Children, Terry, Kim, Randy and Klty__')' . Ml'=and Mrs. Vincent Stoll and ':daughter Miss Lois, and Mr. and i. John T. Tendfck, visited in i. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. : Willis Short. !? Mr. and Mrs. George Woodyard daughter Shana, of Charles- ; visited near the city from iving to Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ....... - ld Tendick, Sr were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hemp- and Mrs Vrilliam Coonr hill and children, Phoebe and cl,,,hter I_L Violet sou31 I Billy of Newman; Mr and Mrs. :' Ofl citv served a' turkev Thmas Arthur Scroggin; Mr. and ;r 'llulivin' to Mr anl] Mrs. Wilford Scroggin Sr and :"' Claude Pi ner of Pekin [g anddaughter, Drone Scroggin ._._ PipPnr g of Phillips:[ W:l]ta?M. PuIZ. Shelley of " Mr an -- - . , ng here several weeks in the : opolis; . d Mrs. Guy lrvln of IX00-00tur; Hiram ].00ome of sister, Mrs. Eugene - ,vanes, wnile the latter was a , Mount Pulaski. t '. . Oscar L. Zelle of Snrin,- |surgical patient in St. Mary's hos- :T:, ....... '-.'_? I pital Decatur and since she re : .m aria nepnew, tiarolu lenalc,  t- ' - " ..... " ML Pulaski are are on a  urnea nome, le riaay for their ;p tO Bradentorr, ?a, and ex-lh e" _. _ ' " - , r ana Mrs lichard Edwards to be gone until just be[ore s " i ] pent Thanksgiving and the week as. .. _ _ [nd with her sister Mr and Mrs +llUor m aria cemetery [ ......... ,_ .. . all  .... croci pm. r- narzeSMetron,H4AUStln. an(] tamiiy, in :w. Schahl Fun Home, Mr v. :... _ _ r,.., zh,.s..4 ,, ,,, . ana Mrs..rank Fassmore '" ""'" . .'."" and daughter Vicky, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Roy wioore o Lin- were Thanksgiving guests of and Mrs. John H. Tendick. and Mrs. Franklin Davis lrtained the following TTlanks-  Day: Mr. and Mrs. Fred [olmes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas i,n, Jr., Mr. and Mm. Floyd Mrs. Anna Tendick and l] Howell, of this vicinity. Mr, and Mrs. Otto Torbeck en, the following relatives haglving Day: Mr. and Mrs. Torbeck and daughter, Cor- m of Aurora; Mr. and Mrs. Tom and daughter, Nancy, of De- ; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Koehl- this city. M. and Mrs. Walter Wisneiwski i PROSPECTUS. BOOKLET UNITED INCOME FUND mmmma _mn 100 American cor-   tied for people  t income. giving afternoon, with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ridge. way. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schaffe. nacker served a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Their guests Tlmse present were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stozen and children Shar- on, Gary and Gloria, of Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vardevend- er and sons Donald and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Naylor and children, Franklin Jr., Melody, Beverly and Tracey, of Mt. Pul- aski. Regrets were received from Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Vandev- ender and family of Champaign and Miss Katie Keil, Mt. Pulaski. The 1961 Chest X-ray survey in Logan county came to a close Tuesday, Nov. 21 when 225 per- sons, in Lincoln, received chest X-rays. During the survey, which began Oct. 24, there were 4,381 persons given the X-rays, an in- crease of 742 over the last survey in 1959, reports county nurse Mrs. Irma Potter. 423 Mount Pulaskians were registered. A petition for probate af the will of the late Mrs. Anna Glose of Mount Pulaski, was filed in county court at Lincoln, Nov 21. Mrs/Pearl Glose, Mt. Pulaski," the petitioner, was named adminis- JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART, ILLINOIS proudly presents THAT BULOVA DIFFERENCE LA IrlTE--23 wels, 2 diamonds, Umed to six precision adjustments, unbreakable mainsprin $59.50 BULOVA "23"--23 lewes, emed to six precision adjustmenm, self. wino'ing+ certified waterline.* un- breakable mainspring, shk resistant, a-mneUc, p seceed hd. / dinner guests, their cousins, Miss Nellie Horn and Willis Horn. Miss Nellie is a patient at the Dea- coness Home annex to the ALM hospital in Lincoln, and enjoyed being in the city again. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and children, Kathy and were in Champaign Friday ing and attended a rece the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford, honoring the recent riage of their daughter, MisS ginia Jacqueline Satfford Herman Sickhoff, of both of whom are attending Eastern Illinois University Charleston. The groom is a ther of Mrs. Kenneth Brooker- John and Dorst Zumstein, bO students at Carthage College, Carthage were home for " . , " I Thanksglvmg time vacation vi with their parents, Rev and l_ Ray O. Zumstein. Thanksgi,_ Day all made an auto trip  . ney to visit Mrs. Zumsteins _sls" ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. G fif The boys returned to Carthage o CHRISTMAS SPECIAL[ On Bowling Shoes and Bags $11.95 Shoes - for Men $625 $ 7.95 Shoes. Men & Ladies $5.00 Bags . . from $2.95 to $5.95 Illiopolis Bowl ILLIOPOLIS, ILLINOIS Shortest Route To Our Bank WHEN YOU'RE BUSY BANK-BY-MAIL I. We Pay ]% on Savings Accounts RRST NATIONAL BANK family.in Urbana. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Ande r - are spending part of the win teJ months at 825 N. Tucson BlV Tucson, Arizona.