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4.--TIMES-NEWSo Mount PulkL LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Carrie Goddard and son J.C. entertained the following at and ham dinner Thanks- iving Day: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bodenhamier, Evanston; Mr. and Charles Roberts and son, Glenview; Mr. and Mrs. A. Slaybaugh and children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buekles, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. God- of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. :Hubert Buckles. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hasse- and son Frank. Passing up Thanksgiving Day and Mrs. Edward Ruwe went Bloomington the following day Friday, Nov. 24, and observed 25th wedding inniversary at home of their son, Mr. and George Ruwe, and enjoyed a IlL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 daughter Georgianna, of Welling- ton, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Hall- iday Veail of Great Bend, Karts., arrived in the city recently for a visit of several days with their mother, Mrs. Lena Veail, and sis- ter Mrs. Donald Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland served their I guests a turkey dinner Thanksgiv- ing. Also present at the dinner was Sheldon Copeland, city. Thanksgiving supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ninian Larson of Elkhart, were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Miss Edna Larson, Miss Bertha Hendrickson and Eugene Adams of Elkhart. Home movies were shown in the evening, of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costley and children, Peggy and Pamela of San Diego, Calif. Word has been received here of the announcement of the future turkey dinner, marriage of Miss Lillie Christine ___JNance, of New Orleans, La to ..,..WV, Lnter wreaths and cemet=,y I .... sixes mad prices. Or-I Carl Blame Abet, a mrmer Mount now. Schc Funeral Home, I Pulaskian, who lives in New Or- Mount Pul,,-kL (12.k4) leans. The wedding will take Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman )lace January 20, 1962. to Chicago Wednesday, Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bandelow and visited until Friday with elebrated Thanksgiving on Sun- son, William Merriman and day with the following relatives )resent for dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn D. Leck. John Yagow, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thanksgiving Day with Bandelow and baby daughter, parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. RenJta Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- A turkey dinner was en- The day was also some- of an observance of the 33rd anniversary (Friday, 24) of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mrs. Annie Buckles and dau- ghter Linda, entertained relatives a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Their guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leesman, Mrs. Leesman, Mrs. Grace Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel ,daughter Pamela. Earl Kinert made a Thanks- giving Day visit in Rockford with son, Dale and family. Others at the holiday dinner were, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gay- of Rockford. and Mrs. Clarence Water- of Evanston, visited here with his aunt, Mrs. Marie Hook and cousin, Miss Van Hook. They were ac- by his mother Mrs. Ethel Waterburg, who remained for a longer visit with her sis- Mrs. Marie Van Hook. ---'?tnter wreaths and cemetery all sizes and prices. Or- d now. Schahl Funeral Home, t eus (1.]4) In Peoria, Thanksgiving Day a dinner was served by Mr. Mrs. Wayne Febus and ram- Their guests were Mr. and Febus, Mrs. Harry Mil- and daughter Lisa, of Mount and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Howe and daughter Susie, In Normal Thanksgiving Day a dinner was served to a of relatives by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and family At- the dinner from Mount were, Mr. and Mrs. Charl- and family, Fred and Mr. and Mrs. L. W, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vogt and Madeline of Nashvillle, visited in the city Sunday relatives Mr. and Mrs. Gus lin Shanle and children, Cindy and Kevin, George Bigelow, Ray Yagow and children, Kaye, Gene and Gloria. Mrs. Yagow and Danny were unable to be pres- ent. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clifton and children, Nancy and David were guests at the home of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ninian Lar- son of Elkhart Thanksgiving Day and over the week end. Also pres- ent for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Van Froehlich and children, Dorla and Phillip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bohen hamier of Evanston, have been visiting with his aunt Mrs. Car- rie Goddard and son J. C. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baumann, and sons Russel and Kenneth, of Aurora, were in the city recently and visited his mother, Mrs. Carol Baumann, and brother Wilhelm Baumann. Nov. 19 they attended the wedding of his niece Miss Jannette Marlene Baumann of Mt. Pulaski and William Lee Hinrich-s of Normal, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. James . Follis spent Thanksgiving and over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wen. dell D. Follis and family, Mrs. Roberta Perce and Mrs. Margie Wilkinson, all of Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Arm- strong of Washington, D.C., visit- ed with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johansen in Chestnut, Thanks- giving and over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Sr., entertained with a 6 o'clock potluck supper on Thanksgiving evening. Present were: Mr. an4 Mrs. John Hassebrock, Jr., and family of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roos and family, of Beason; Mr. and Mrs. " Everett !Stoll and family, Chestnut; Mr. band Mrs. Glenn Hassebrock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown all of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Lor- en Hassebrock and son, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hassebrock, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hassebrock and of Mt. Pulaski; of Champaign and Ann Roos of Peoria. Use Our Conven- ient Lay-A-Way Plan Miss Minnie Hershey went to Sunday for a few days with her niece, Mrs. Merritt Williams. and Mrs. Dean Clark, who ve near Denver, Colo., arrived in Pulaski recently to visit his Miss Minnie Hershey, and Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Williams. They also went the Deaconess Nursing Home Lincoln to visit another aunt, Meta Clark of Mt. Pulaski. Galesburg on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roos 'children, Billy and Janice, a turkey dinner to a group as follows Mrs. Marie Hook, Miss Mildred Van Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van and children, Mt. Pulaski; Mrs. Donald Domnick, of Lincoln Thanksgiving Day and Mrs. Larue Foster served dinner to the following Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cull- sons Stephen and Robert, and Mrs. Edward Dittus Of ; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. ugene Veail and Special on Every Lamp in the Store Now 200/0 OFF HOURS: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Saturday 9a.m. to 6p.m. Special Roll-End Values in Carpet 501 NYLON VEGA - Green ........... : .......... 15'x26'6" $350.00 VEGA - Green ...................... 12'x16'6" $178.00 VEGA - Brown ...................... 15'x29'5" $396.00 STRATA. Banana Cream 15'x19'2" $222.00 STARTIME. Onyx Brown 12'x10'7" $125.00 STARTIME - Golden Bronze 12'x 9' $100.00 HAPPY DAY. Light Tweed 15'x10"1"" $145.00 GOOD NEWS- Butter Pecan 15'x33"6"" $500.00 SPECIAL 501 TWEEDS .......... 9'x12' $ 69.00 Other 100% Nylons PHOENIX - Rose ............... ..15'x24'9" $330.00 PHOENIX - Frosted Green 12'x15' $159.00 EARLY TIMES- Multi-Color Stripe 12'x20'1" $100.00 MAGIC TWIST - Blue .......... 15'x27'4" $320.00 STAR BRIGHT- Onyx Brown 12'x 6'5" $116.00 FOAM BACK -Brown Beige 12'x77' $400.00 30% Nylon 70% Wool EARLY TIMES- Multi-Color Stripe Foam Back 12'x71" $565.00 Wool SPECIAL AXMIHSTER - Rose 12'x23'4" $236.00 DIGNITY. Cream ................ 12'x45'9" $499.00 WINDING WAY- Frosted Cocoa 12'x13'10" $165.00 ALTURAS -Rose Beige Tweed 15'x15'7" $180.00 ALTURAS -Rose Beige Tweed 12'x 9'6" $ 88.00 RIDGEMORE - Brown Tweed ' 15'x 9'6" $130.00 DURASET - Green ................ 15'x12'3" $157.00 KNOBTEX. Tweed .............. 12'x 7' $ 18.00 [{NOBTEX Beige .............. i_12"x27"3'" $137.00 CLINTON, ILL," ONE MILE SOUTH OF CLINTON ON RTE. 51 i Many Specials on Our Large Selec- tion of Wall Accessories A Convenient Credit Plan to Fit Every Budget ! WAYSIDE FUR-NITURE Snow-Grip Powder . . $1.00 (Snow or Ice) Glitter Decorating Kits 59c and 98c Pkg. CHRISTMAS WRAPPING PAPER RIBBON AND SEALS BISSELL RUG & UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOO STOCK TANK HEATERS We Give S & H Green Stomps Cash or Charge Accounts Paid Within 30 Days Mount Pulaski Farmers' Grain & Elevator Co. Grain, Lumber & Building Materials of All Kinds HARDWARE STORE Mount Pulaski, Illinois No Money Down on Wall to Wall Carpet Up to 3 Years to PaT SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS CARD TABLE SETS Table and 4 Chairs NOW ONLY $19.95 J See The Largest Selection of Fine Furniture and Carpet On One Floor In Central Illinois J Phone 497 Keep Frost Off Your Windshields with FROST. OFF . . . . 89