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Mount Pulaski, HI.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. EFLECTIONS (Continued Item page 1) l-hments are moving out to wide open spaces and are ample parking space at mo cost to their customers. Believe it or not. North Dakota domn't have any parking meters on municipal parking LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS CHRISTMAS GIFT ACTIVITES The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Dec. 4, at the Legion Home with Mrs. Frank Hutchison presiding. The organization gave $5.00 for the annual Christmas Fund "Gifts for Hospitalized Veterans." Mrs. George Meister, Rehabili- tation Chairman, announced the farmer in 1948,  Unit's direct participation at the shabby hnrtment he got Christma s time as follows: mak- W a meter fine, went out mad ;,, ,o m,, ,.ndv nacka- aJl IAVaaL'&Aa alj, Z" . signature., to put ling it attractively and delivering I mue oa me state oz, out-J:, ,_ -incoln State School in Lin IL tu  lmrking meters oa streets, tcol n for the 10 disabled veterans crafted, there. Those making candy may CltT officials tried to get it re. in November but it oar. by 10 times the majority it the first time. The parking meter is one "slot mm:hine" that doesn't kick.bark nickels. leave it at Mrs. Meister's or the Connolley Drug Store no later that 1 p.m. Dec. 21st, to be packed that afternoon. The Veteran's Craft Exchange, located on the 7th floor at 30 West Washington St., Chicago, is a thriving business operated sole- 1961 ANNUAL PARTY OF STAHL EMPLOYEES HELD IN LINCOLN The annual Christmas party for the Stahl Bros. employees was held this year at the Guzzardo Restaurant in Lincoln, on Tues- day evening, Dec_ 5. Those present to enjoy the Smorgasbord meal were the employees and their spouses from the hardware, im- plement and furniture stores, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Voelker, Mr. and Mrs. "Chuck" Letterle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shanle, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Art Stuckel, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schaal, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gasaway, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe, Ed Schaffe- nacker, Ralph Beccue and the Misses Darlene Downing, Pat Cooper, Sue Aylesworth, Frieda Chapman, and the hosts, Mr. and NEIGHBORS PARTY The Royal Neighbors of Amer- Protection Camp #1911, will its annual Christmas party the children and their par- ents, members and friends, on Dec. 14, at the IOOF business meeting with elec- of officers, will be held at 7 Christmas party and pro- will follow the business. will be a 50c gift exchange for adults. The lodge will provide gifts for the children. The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band wH_] furnish a part of the pro- The committees are: Program Tree, Ethel Hutchison and Van Fossan; Treats, Mabel Fern Rentmeister; Gifts, IApp and Pearl Riedle. Please note the date has been Up one week earlier than the meeting date. SCOTT SHUTT LAST SUNDAY Jeffrey Scott Shutt, infant son Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Shutt of Florissant Me. was baptized on morning at the St. John's Church in Mount Pulas- during the worship services. Rev. Ray O. Zumstein offici. and Mrs. D. W. Shutt and Mark and Jeffrey arrived Nov. 22, and visited Sunday with both their par- Mr. and Mrs..4. M. Shutt in and Mr. and Mrs. near Cornland. :]PANCAKE AND SAUSAGE SATURDAY, DEC. 9 Remember the pancake and supper sponsored by the of band members, which be held at the grade school cafeteria Saturday, Dec. 9, be- at 5 pxa. Tickets are $1.00 adults, and 75c for children, all you can eat. CARD OF THANKS The family of Janice Kay and Ray ShuU wish to thank our relatives, friends, and for the sympathy ex- to us during our recent and the many cards, offerings, memorial offer- and food sent to the re- homes. Our heartfelt Macy Charlotte Cheer. poem written on behalf community. The Family. OUR SINCERE THANKS We wish to thank all our neighbors, relatives, child. and grandchildren, for all the gifts and beautiful cards we received for our 35th wed- anniversary. It is indeed gratifying to us to know we so many dear friends, after them express such kind as we heard during our House, which was a surprise us from our children, held on at the home of our dau. and, Mr. and HeRon. and God blem , and Mrs. ly to help handicapped veterans who have made the articles that are sold there, and also, by Auxil- iary members throughout the state. Mrs. Ed Froschauer, local chaiTnan of Veteran Craft Ex- change, has several items to sell that would be nice for Christmas gifts. The Past Presidents Parley is to meet Thursday, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. George Meister with Mrs. Herman Wood and Mrs. Ed Froschauer as assist- ing hostesses. It is planned instead of a gift exchange, each bring a gift to be sent to Women Veterans at the Research V.A. Haspital. Any of the following items would be ap- preciated: scuffles, face and bath powder, needle work with thread, cards and stamps, hand lotion, i crossword puzzles, bath towels and wash cloths, soap, head scarfs, compacts, cosmetic bags and pocket combs. Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker gave a report on the luncheon card party sponsored recently. The group sang Christmas songs and enjoyed a gift ex- change. Mrs. Karl Dittus and Mrs. El- mer Schaffenacker served lunch at a beautifuAy decorated table. COLLEGE COUNSELOR COMING TO MPTHS John Corporon, admissions counselor at Monmouth " College, Monmouth, ill., will be visiting high school seniors at Mount Pu. laski high school On Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1961. Seniors planning to attend Mon- mouth, as well as those interested in talking to Mr. Corporon, should !contact their counselor to arrange for an interview. Parents may al- so attend the meetings, which will begin at day session. Monmouth College is a fully- accredited, 108-year-old liberal arts college affiliated with the United Presbyterian Church, U,S. A, the Midwest Conference, and the Associated Colleges of Mid- l west. Enrollment at the Mon- i mouth, Ill., campus is 850. CARD OF THKNKS Mrs. Ed Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stahl. nacker, Ralph Beccue, Darlene Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shull and Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Howe were unable to attend. Corsages were presented all the ladies present. After a bounteous meal, "kids" games were played and prizes awarded to Gene Ford, Pat Cooper, Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, Mrs. Gene Rockwell, Mrs. Gene Ford, Sue Aylesworth and Mrs. Roy Gasaway. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FRIDAY FOR JULIAN RAY SHULL Funeral services for Julian Ray ShuI1, 18, of 707 W. Front St., Bloomington, were held at the Schahl Funeral Home, Mt. Pul- aski, Friday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rev. Roy True- blood, pastor of the Chestnut Methodist Church, and the Rev. H. Newell of Bloomington. Appro- priate music was played by Mrs. Trueblood. Julian Ray was killed about 7 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1961, in a collision of two trucks on Route 12, near Harbert, Mich. Burial was in the Mount Pul- aski cemetery. Pallbearers, all from Bloomington, friends of thte decedent, were: Larry Smith, Ter- ry Wiser, Jerry Lype, Dale Press- er, Monte Jenkins, and Don Har- ris. An obituary of Julian Ray was in last weeks Times-News, issue of Nov. 30. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shull of Bloomington, formerly of Mount Pulaski and Chestnut. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Shull who live six miles northeast of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanslow, Sr. of Mt. Pul- aski. Julian's death was the second tragedy in the family within 8 days, his sister, Janice K. Shull, being killed Nov. 20 in an auto collision in Bloomington. The Sil-Tennial Belles are planning a big Holiday Party to be held at the American Legion We want to thank our friends lHome Wednesday evening, Dec. and relatives for the words of [27th. This will be an event for smypathy, flowers and other]the Belles and their husbands. kindnesses at the time of thelThere will be more about thisin death of our loved one, Henry I future papers, but, Belles, please Schafer. ]reserve this date on your caL The Family. ! endars. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ DR. LOUIS W. LENZ D00.MINED Glasses Prescribed . Contact Lenses $10 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILMNOIS FORGOTTEN PATIENTS WILL BE REMEMBERED [F YOU CONTRIBUTE Read over the following infor- mation and give it your very special attention, and make a contribution: Many Patients in State School ltave you ever found yourself in trouble, or sick - and alone with no one to turn to, no one to care? If you have, you know how different it is to feel when you are not alone- when someone has come to help. Unfortunately there are many m our society wbo do not have the comfort of feeling loved. A- mong these are the "Forgotten Patients" in our mental hospitals. Many patients in our state hos- pitals and schools for mentally retarded, receive no letters, have no visitors, have no friends, or relatives no contacts outside of the hospital. The Logan County Mental !where shelter but in kind." "Dollars for Commissary will extend to December 20, please send your contribution your community volunteer, Otto Ey, Mt. Pulaski. RAY ZUMSTEIN IN COLLEGE CHOIR Ray Zumstein, son of Rev. Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein, 216 Cooke St., was recently as a new member of the age College A Cappella tenor section. Prof. Wm. Roth is director the 78 member choir, and Bette Benjamin is the choir's sociate director. From the choir a touring choir of 70 rs will be selected for the son's spring tour in early which will be preceded by pre-tour concerts in March. choir is also planning to cut tape of Christmas music few weeks. Zumstein is a 1959 graduate the Mt. Pulaski Twp. high Health Association has begun an At Carthage he is a junior annual program of gathering [in in chemistry small donations for use by these[  - ....... " forgotten patients in the com- [ D I [1 T U ' missarv at the Lincoln State D I I / I--I ) School. , These small gifts go a[ -rs Lero 1 long ay to lift the moral of Mr. and.l . y of many a forgotten patient. The ! Mt. Pulaski area, are parents of J son, born Friday, Dec_ 1, in feeling of being remembered, es- Decatur, Macon county h( pi pecially during the holiday sea- t Mr. and Mrs. Charles LotZ sOn,wortdgiVeSoutside.them closer ties to the Cornland, are parents of a "The human heart finds no- born Sunday, Dec. 3 in Memo Hospital, Springfield. LANGELLIoR'S THE HOME A-1 USED CARS o '60 MERCURY. Montclair 4.door Hardtop $2295.00 Fully equipped in every respect, less than 20,000 miles One-owner "60 FORD. Fairlane "'500". Tudor ................ $1695.00 Fordomatic, Radio, Heater and V-8 motor. One-owner '59 MERCURY. Monterey Fordor ................ $1795.00 Fully equipped and as clean as they come. One- owner. '59 FORD. Custom "300" Fordor ................ $1295.00 6-cylinder motor, radio, heater. One-owner '59 CHEVROLET. Biscayne 4-Door $1395.00 6 cylinder, radio, heater, Powerglide One-owner '57 FORD, Fairlane "500". Fordor ............ $ 895.00 V-8, radio, heater. Fordomatic. One-owner "57 FORD. Custom "300". Fordor ................ $ 795.00 V-8, heater and Fordomatic. One-owner '57 CHEVROLET. Bel-Air 4-Door .............. $ 875.00 V-8, heater and Powerglide. One-owner 'SO MERCURY. Monterey. 4-Dr. Hardtop $ 795.00 Has loads of equipment '56 OLDSMOBILE 98. 4-Door Hardtop ...... $ 945.00 Power-Steering. Power-Brakes, Power- Windows & Air-Cenditioning. 31,000 miles "56 PONTIAC. 2-Door Hardtop .................... $ 625.00 Priced to move out fast. '55 MERCURY. Tudor .................................... $ 675.00 This One-owner is like new despite its age. '55 FORD. Ranch Wagon .............................. $ 6952}0 V-S, radio, heater & Fordomatic. Clear. '55 RAMBLER, Station Wagon .........  .......... $ 595.00 Look this one over. This is just part of the A-1 Used Cars you'll find on our Used Car Lot. See or Phone 792-5459 Ray Hanslow "YOUR LOCAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE" He'll Be Happy to Take Care of Your Mot0sg NeedJ I