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14--TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski. Ill. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 O.E.S. INSTALLATION HELD SATURDAY Mrs. Sally England was install- ed as Worthy Matron and Joe England as Worthy Patron of Mt. Pulaski Chapter O.E.S., Saturday, Nov. 25, in the Masonic Hall. ( ! Other elective officers installed ; were: Mrs. Maria Bowers, Associ- V : ate Matron; John Bowers, Associ- i !' ate Patron; Donald Copeland Treasurer; Miss Pauline Bender, Conductress and Mrs. June Craw- i ford, Associate Conductress. Appointive officers installed were: Ethel Downing, Chaplain; : Mary Veech, Marshal; Louella My- !i rick, organist; Naomi Curtis, :: Ada; Mae Kretzinger, Ruth; Aud- re'y Copeland, Esther; Irene Mat- thews, Martha; Gerusia Hayes, Jasper Veech, Warder; and Elmer Hayes, Sentinel. Mrs. Nell Merriman, Mrs. Cleva , Mrs. Virginia Rothwell and Mrs. Mac Downing, were in charge of the social hour follow- ing the ceremony. The School of Instruction con- ducted by Mrs. Mary Isham, Grand Lecturer, of Springfield, :will be held at the regular stat- ed meeting, Dec. llth. : MUSIC UNIT OF WOMAN'S CLUB MET NOVEMBER 28 The Music Unit of the Woman's Club met Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 9 a. the home of Mrs. George A. Volle. Mrs. Francis Myrick gave the lesson, taken from Aaron Cope- d's "What To Listen For In "Harmony" and "Tone Color," of the elements of music, i explained by Mrs. Myrick. The December meeting will be one week earlier than usual, or on Tuesd.ay morning, the 19th the home of Mrs. Eugene Kret- in Chestnut. GIVE SURPRISE AND A ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Anna Ryan, who celebrat- ;her birthday on Monday of this week, was surprised Stmday by her family, who brought along turkey and all the trimmings for an all-day stay and a birthday of a refrigerator. Those pres- were: Mr. and Mrs. John Sapp, New ; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scar. and children, Decatur; Mr. [Mrs. Harlan Davis and chil- of Peoria. Ryan spent Thanksgiving with the Scardallo family in i RELATIVES AT GREEN HOME A turkey dinner with all the was enjoyed at the Green home by the fol- 42 relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Green, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scott two children, Mrs. Robert and son, of Springfield; Mr. Mrs. Jack Kilhoffer and faro- the Robert Etherton and Will- families, of Buffalo; Leonard Janusweski and children of Illiopolis; Mr. and Junior Lowe, Mrs. Leona Mr. and Mrs. Gaylmad and children, Sharon and Darrell and Sheila Wilham, Coogan, and Sam Bald- were evening callers. DINNER SATURDAY Nov. 25, a delay- Thanksgiving dinner was at the home of Mr. "and Brown, on South Lafay- St., Turkey and all the trim- was served to the follow- 'rig guests:. Hancock," Wise: Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, parents of Mrs. Wayne, Ind: Mr. ad Mrs. Byerley and children, Sue, Loretta. go: Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mr. and Mrs. Jam- and children, Mark and day, Sunday, the above were pres- given in the home "'s: James Brown and 1 Lafayette. 57 AT MAXHEIMER TURKEY DINNER Turkey and all the trimmings was served Thanksgiving day to 57 relatives at the Earl Maxheim- er and family home. Those pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxheimer and Katherine, Mich- ael of Waggner; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stengeel, Jr., and family of Lansville; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Frien and family, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxheimer and family of Secon; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Maxheimer and family of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Maxheimer and family of Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheim- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maxheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stoutenborough and family, all of Lincoin; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Maxheimer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maxheimer and daugh- tetr, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max. heimer and family, Mr. Pulaski. MRS. NITTIE TIDBALL DIED TUESDAY, NOV. 21 Mrs. Nettie Tidball of Mount Erie, Ill., died Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1961, at a Fairfield hospital aft- er a long illness. She was 85 years old. Mrs. Tidball had visit- ed in Mount Pulaski many times. Funeral services were held Fri- day, Nov. 24 at 2 p.m. in Mt. Erie. Relatives from this area attend- ing the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. John Bates, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bates, Mrs. George Rogers, all of Mt. Pulaski; John Bates, Sr. and Mrs. Vernon Lee, of Lincoln and Mrs. Kenneth King, of Maroa. NOTE OF THANK I would like to exprs my sincere thanks and appreation to my friends for all the cards, letters and plants, .that were sent to me while I was a patient in the St. Vincent's Memorial Hospital !at Taylorville, and after return- ing to my home. (p) Inez Alls. Me, n: One who doesn't know his son is in college. Latham Community By Mrs. Otis G. Howe, Sr. Mrs. Flora Seefeldt and sister, Mrs. Charlotte Kattner, are visit- ing with Mrs. Seefeldt's son and family in Oklahoma City, Okla. Twenty neighbors and friends dressed turkeys Monday in the home of Miss Violet Cooper. Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt visited her great aunt, Martha Jane Darl- ington in Lincoln Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howe and family, Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe and sons of Warrens- burg, were dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Sr., Sunday. Wilbur Seefeldt and Otis Howe, Sr., took a load of hogs to mar- ket in Springfield, Tuesday. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, were: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Corrington, Miss Wanda Corring. ton, Miss Sandra Corrington, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton, Sr., William Hamilton, Jr., Suzanne Hamilton, Timothy Hamilton, Jeffrey Hamilton, Jim Cooper, Miss Opal Jackson, Mrs. Clyde Kilburn, Mrs. A. D. Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Angell, all of De- catur. The Home Bureau unit held an Craft Day, Tuesday, in the Fire House. Each member was to take their own sack lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Phillips and son Carl of Columbia, Mo. spent Thanksgiving with the formers mother, Mrs. Bess Phil- lips. Mr. arid Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr. attended the funeral of Lloyd Bill- erman in Decatur at the Pilgrim Lutheran Church. Union Services at the Niantic Methodist Church, Latham Meth- odist Church and Niantic Christ- ian Church were held Thanksgiv- ing Day. The sermon was given by Rev. Leroy Cronkite, pastor of the Christian church. Wtnter wreaths and cemetery blankets, fll sizes and prices. Or- der now. Schoflfl F Home, Mount Pulaski. (12-14) Comfortable as an old shoe - that's the feeling you experience when you have money in the bankl WHY NOT OP l SAVINOS ACCOUNT AT OUR BANK AND BUILD UP A TIDY RESERVE FUND WITH REGULAR DEPOSIT THERE'S NOTHING QUITE I Jig[ MONL'Y IN THE BANK! 00a.k of 00hest.u00 CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS l  ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER AT G. A. VOLLE HOME The home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Volle on South Spring St., was the scene of a large gath- ering of relatives on Thanksgiv- ing Day. At noon a turkey dinner was served. The following were present: Denver. Colo: Dr. and Mrs. Frank Volle. Niles, Mich: Dr. and Mrs. Noel Hershey and daughter Paula. St. Louis, Mo: Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Matthews. Bloomington: Mr. and Mrs. Ru- ben Hershey, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hershey. Morton: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Volle and children, Michael and Mary and Mrs. Volle's mother, Mrs. Allen. Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Volle. Jr., and children, Steven and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Spaulding, Miss Karen Spaulding and Robert Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams and son Jim. Mr. Pulaski: Miss Katie Volle, Henry Volle, Mrs. Elizabeth Volle and daughter Miss Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volle and children, Janet and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Glover Matthews, Dan Volle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matthews. TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE IN DECATUR, DEC. 11 - 12th The 17th District Association of the Rebekah Lodge will sponsor a Rummage Sale in Decatur, at 817 N. Broadway St., on Dec. 11 and 12th. Clothing and articles are needed for this sale. Members please have things at the Odd Fellow's Hall to be pick- ed up Friday night,-Dec. 1st. Mrs. Grace Baker is to assist at this sale. Customer: A person who's al- ways right, until his bill is over- due. BIRTHS In St. Clara's Hospital, Nov. 20, a son was born to and Mrs. Marvin Board, Mr. and Mrs Julian Ray Sh 707 W. Front St., Bloomington, are parents of a son, born at Mennonite hospital, BloomingtaP- Tuesday, Nov. 21. He has bee named Trent Thomas. GrandPar: ents are Mrs. Jerome Lane a_ a. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shull, all of Bloomington. Great grandl,: ents are Mr. and Mrs. DottY= Shull, R.R. 3, Lincoln, and Mr. an u Mrs. Charles H. Hanslow, Mt. 1 l" aski. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Warnick,  Decatur, are parents of a 9-1 daughter, born Wednesday, No 29. They now have three boys two girls. Grandparents are i" and Mrs. Herman Wood, this ci" THANKSGIVING GUESTS AT HAROLD SCHEULER HO Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schettl and daughter, Miss Barbara a,. and daughter, Mr. am, Mrs. Otis Howe, Jr., and daUg" ter Cheryl, entertained the for lowing relatives at a turkey di" ner on Thanksgiving Day at "tl Scheuler home on North wasll" ington Street. The following were guests: Peoria: Mr. and Mrs. Robert volle and son Kenneth, Mr. and 1 Burdette Maske and children, Tel" esa and Randy. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs AlVil, Dierker and children Ronnie a. Marian, Mr. and Irs. EdWard. Dierker and children, Russell a d Candace. Mt. Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. C Fullreide, Mr. and Mrs. VernO Dierker. Mr. and Mrs. George Meist, North Vine St., had as uests Thanksgiving day at a turkey dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C" ad of Springfield; Mr. and John Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Lor "Isn't it fun to romp on warm, cozy floors?" give your family a healthier, happier, warmer home with a beautiful, new I OIL HOME HEATER Stahl Hardware