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2--TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, nlinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Month .............................. 75c Six Month .................................... $1.50 One Year .............................. : ....... $3.00 Published Every Thursday DECEMBER 1961 S M i" W l F S ..... 1 2 3456-789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 2223 2425262728 29 30 31 ..... IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1961 J Edward Schweigckhar(f5 resid- |ing souttmast of the city, was a J business caller in Lincoln on Sat urday. The Board of Directors of Unit- ed Funds, Inc., on Nov. 24, 1961, declared a quarterly dividend of .08 per share from ne invest- ment income on United Fund Shares. A distribution of .36 per share from securities profits was declared on the same date. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothwell and children of Lexington, Ky., came for a Thanskgiving visit with his father, Clarence W. Roth- well, grandmother, Mrs. Thomas L. Rothwell and other relatives• Mrs. Rothwell became ill and en- tered the ALM hospital as a pati- ent. She was able to leave Sat- urday, and on Sunday the fam- ily returned to ther Lexington home. C. W. Rothwell also made the trip and returned home Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clark of Denver, Colo., departed last Fri- week for Dubuque, Iowa, to visit i ghter Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Loren until after the Christmas holi-tShanle and children of Buffalo, days with her daughter, Mr. and:went to St Louis. Mo. last week Mrs. John Mohr, and family• [where they visited a nephew Jack Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cain return-[Shanle, who is in the Seminary ed to Jacksonville on Monday, ! there studying to be a Priest. after a week-end stay with her[ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blackburn sister, Mrs. Troll Turner, and at[of Rockford, spent the week end the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, j with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes. with Mr. Turner. [ Mr. and Mrs• Kenneth Jones Miss Emma Sams of Los Ange- [and daughter, Janet, of Lincoln; les, Calif., arrived in the old JMr. and Mrs. Don Olsen and dau- home town last week for a visit[ghter, Jill, and Clell Scroggin, Jr., with her brother, Louis F. Samslwere Thanksgiving supper guests and wife, and other relatives. She I of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Moore. will also spend some time in De- catur looking after business in- terests. She was a Linotype oper. ator on the Decatur Review for many years, retiring from that work in recent years. Miss Sams learned to operate a Linotype in the old Mt. Pulaski News print- ing office. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoaglin left by car Tuesday, this week, for Riverside, Calif. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. John Connolley and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilkerson of Milwaukee, Wis., were over- night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Sheehan of Latham, Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kafka and children and H. J. Wible were in Dyersburg, Tenn, dsiting her mo- ther, Mrs. Ed O'Bryan, Thanks- giving• The men did a "little" fishing• They returned home on DIVISION MEETING AUXILIARY NOV. If The Fourth Division the American Legion met in Champaign on Nov. 19 at the Legion home' Mrs. Phyllis Carpenter of and Unit No• 24, Champaig the hostess. Offices and chairmen fro 17th, 18th, 19th, and 21st were present. Guests were Department President, Elise Mount, chairman, and Mrs• Ida Danvillle State Veterans Mrs. Richard Baker, 4th Veteran's Craft chairman, and Mrs. Earl Holmes of nut, and Mary Patterson of coln, attended. Appeals were made to complete their quota on ships, to buy at least $5.00 Saturday. of veterans craft, to LOCAe. NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes, . Mrs, Mary Guffey were Thanks- " " dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas and daughters, ffudy and Barbara, and Mahlon Lueas. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee, Mrs• Lillian Green, Mr. and Mrs. Otto ,er and daughter Lin- do, made an auto trip to Esmond, last Thursday, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olmond Johnson. Mrs. Evelyn Murray and dau- ghter, Cinda and Mr. and Mrs. i Jack Howe spent Thanksgiving Day in Athens, Ohio, visiting the : format's sister, Miss Allyne Bane. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fuhrer enter- rained the following relatives on anksgiving Day: Joe and Miss Anna Fuhrer, Mrs. Rena Buehler, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fuhrer and Idren. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fuhr- and family were unable to be present. Mrs. Clarice Singley of Harts- burg, whose birthday anniversary Wednesday, Nov. 29, was a of honor at a family dinner Sunday in the home of her son, Singley and family on North Belmont St. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingham and children Charles and Judy, of Greenview, entertained rela- tives Thanksgiving Day at a tur- key dinner. Guests included, her mother, Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wood, Mt. Pulas- ki; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Tappin, of Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. John and children, Rebecca, Meria, Phillip, Mark and Jan, of Decatur. Wtnter wreaths and cemetery blankets, all sizes and priceL Or- der now. Schahl Funeral Home, Mount PulaskL (12-14) Thanksgiv.ing Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards, were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrison and children, Sharon, Gloria and Joy Marie, of Decatur, and, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Berry, of Lincoln. Mrs. Dorothy Ann Barringer and ) daughter Miss Linda, served a turkey dinner Thanksgiving day Lincoln. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. $ohn Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McCarthy and daughter Glenna, Mrs. Pearl Waddell and Cleatus Clobes, Mr. Pulaski, and Joseph Galvin of Decatur. FREE PROSPECTUS- BOOKLET describes. UNITED INCOME FUND A mutual fund investing In than 100 American cur- for peoplo current income. Pros rnag th , or call 00-ANCIS H. MYmCK MO PULASFJ, ILL day for their western home after spending a Thanksgiving time visit with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Williams in Decatur, and aunts, Miss Minnie Hershey in hit. Pulaski and Miss Ivieta Clark at the Deaconess Nursing Home in Lincoln. Winter wreaths and cemetery blankets, all sizes and prices. Or- der now. Schahl Funeral Home, Mount PulaskL (12-14) Mr. and Mrs• Joe England visit- ed Tom Hagon over the week end in the Illinois Central Hospital at i Chicago. He was admitted Nov. 26 for medical care and his condi- tion is reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clear had as Thanksgiving Day guests, her sis- ter Mrs. Leslie McCormick and Mrs. E. R. Hamilton of Latham. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoll were, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stoll and children, Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth, and Randy Wolcott. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Clarence Romer and son Dean, Thanksgiving Day, in- cluded her mother, Mrs. Oran Gulick, brothers, Herbert and Theron Gulick and their families, and, cousin Howard Troutman, all of R.R. 3, Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin served a turkey dinner and sup- per on Thanksgiving, to the sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seroggin, Terry Linn and Cheryl; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scrog- gin, Tamela Sue and Tim. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Blase- meier were in Chicago part of last week attending a Bankers Confer- enee at the First National Bank. They also attended the Interna- tional Live Stqck Exposition. Mrs. Steve Patterson left last community projects called children, Sharon and Michael and DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S J of Service". will remain in California for some ORGANIZATION DANCE [ A turkey dinner was : I noon. of the winter months. The Democratic Women's organ- ] The next 4th Division Mr. and Mrs. John Bertsche, an- iwill be held March 18, Bloomington• tertained the following relatives ization of Logancounty isspon- and friends at a turkey dinner on I sori.ng a aance.aturaay, i• , • . • az tne ragies ClUO in Lincoln Thanksglvmg Day at thelr home l ........ • uanclng wnI oe from 9 to 12 near Cornland- Mr. and Mrs. D.W. j . AT SUNSET • p m with the Star Dusters furn Shutt and sons Mark and Jeffrey[ ": ." " As the gorgeous hues of • ' isnmg the music of Flonssant, Mo; Mr. and Mrs. t D "" . " fade onauons will be made at the Bob Pierick and daughters Dabble [, And 'round the shades of and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ooor. are laid Bertsche and daughter, Crystal, of Cornland. On Saturday evening, Dec. 9, Donald C. Copeland willl be in- stalled as Worshipful Master in the Blue Lodge at the Masonic i Hall. The installation is open to the Masons, families and friends. A list of the officers will be given next week. Winter wreaths and cemetery blankets, all sizes and prices. Or- der now. Schahl Funeral Home, Mount Pulaski. (12-14) Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland spent Sunday in Niles, near Chi- cago, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koll, whom they met a few years ago on a Carribean cruise. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lanham and daughter Marian, entertained with a turkey dinner at their home in Buffalo, Sunday, Dec. 3. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Shanle and children Sand- ra, Loren, Carl, Larry and David Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shanle, Buffalo Mr. and Mrs. Clarence $enot, Mrs Del Cecil, Mr. and Mrs. William Chamberlin and daughters, Kar- en and Leisa and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry MacMurdo and daughters, Brenda and Karla of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stengel were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shanle, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lanham and dau- Ill I "are you looking MY APPRECIATION The kind deeds shown my dau- ghters, the visits, prayers, cards and so-called "little things", were certainly appreciated during and] since my return home from the hospital. Thank you seems so little for so much, but it will long be remembered with a special warmth. Mrs. Jack RothwelI. Father and Mother Their work well done And children from their Play havo come. They all pause now for A moment of prayer A reverent awe fillsl the As brilliant orange red Colors the sky All stand hushed with All stand hushed with Work and play laid by. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! On Bowling SSoes and Bags $11.95 Shoes - for Men $6005 $ 7.95 Shoes. Men & Ladies $5.00 Bags . . from $2.95 to $5.?5 Illiopolis Bowl II, LIOPOLIS, ILLINOIS GREATEST THING SINCE THE INVENTION OF MONEY! A CHECK saves your time in paying bills and • ..lookhg to ),out famJlT"s future? 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