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2-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1971 I MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, hi. 62548 Publisled and entered as second class matter, in the pont office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARDSON : Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor SubscrlpUon Rates rhree Months $ I. 50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 AdverUsing Display Rates upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL_ 00BBW$ Miss Florence Lachen- myer, Mrs. Katherine Downing, her mother-in- law, Mrs. Harry Downing of Mt. Pulaski spent Thanksgiving Day in Ur- bana with Katherine's son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Downing. Others present were Mrs. John Weckel, Mrs. Joseph Cannon, of Champaign, and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Weckel and son, Mark from Urbana. Capt. Dennis Myrick and family recently moved from Tampa, Fla. to David Monson AFB at Tucson, Ariz. His new address is: 7438 E. 22nd St.; Apt. 7, Tucson, Ariz. 857105 Mrs. Wayne Wilham was the winner of the free swag lamp given away at the Rothwell Lumber Company Saturday, Dec. 4, Helen Whitten of Glen- dale, Calif., Hubert Let- terly of Broomfield, Colo. and Floyd Letterly of Mt. Pulaski were dinner guests Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, St. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Wis- iniewski and daughter, Eilene of Milwaukee, Wis. visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zelle, Mt. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle of Spring- field, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Zelle of Hope- dale. 186 pounds of glass was collected by the Smiths for the Pakistan Relief. MICHAEL gCHULTZ MAIIRI]m TO mNr Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hint of Pengilly, Minne- sota, announce the mar- riage of their daughter Janice, to Michael Dean Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Downing of Mr. Pulaski, I11., on Nov. 6, 1971 at the Bellevue Christian Church, Omaha, Nebraska. Among guests attend- ing were the parents of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Flint and son, John, of Pengilly, Minn. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Downing of Mt. Pulaski, I11. Attending the couple were, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fritz, Qmaha, Neb. Thel bride's parents were hosts at a dinner for the wedding party after the ceremony, at the Holi- day Inn in Omaha, Neb. Michael was discharged from the Air Force Oct. 20th, after four years of service, one year of which was spent in Viet Nam. He is now employed by Welles Fargo, of Omaha, and attending E C P I School in that city. He also attended Western Illi- nois University and Illinois State University. The bride is employed by the Imperial Ins. Co. of Omaha. The young couple will reside at 4318 S. 25th St., Omaha, Nebraska. THANK YOU There are no words that can express my fedings for all the kind and con- siderate deeds that were done for me and my fam- ily during my hospitali- zation at Decatur Memor- ial and Mayos in Roches- ter, Minnesota. The pray- ers, cards, flowers, gifts, and food wre very much appreciated. Relatives and clergymen were of ex- treme comfort. My special thrnks go out to all of my friends and neighhots who helped with my crop harvest and fall plowing. The whole family wishes to thank the John Stdlhers for their vigilant consideration during the three weeks that I was gone. Thank you. Edward Sheehan. Vote Deeember 11 School Bond Issue iii B. W. KY INSURANCE UCl ,Itlmtt PHONE 7M. $918 MT. PULA.qE. ILL i m VIVIAN L. FRICKE (Continued from page 1) The "Sisters of the Swish" of Latham is hav- ing a Pre-Holiday Store on Tues., Dec. 21st. This will be held at the Latham Firehouse and will start at 8 a.m. and run until every item is sold. They will have home- baked goods and candies, so buy here and have time for your holiday. The do- nations will go for the Latham Centennial. zie Ann, Bill and Mindy at home. Although a newcomer to Logan County politics, she has been a lifelong Republican. A member of Logan County Republican Women's Club, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, American Legion Auxil- iary Post No. 263, Cro- nUn Bros. Auxiliary Post No. 1756, Lincoln Emblem Club No. 433, White Shrine of Jerusalem No. 100, Order of Eastern Star No. 351, and the Illi- nois Funeral Directors Association. Her church aff'diation is with First United Methodist of Lin- Mrs. Fricke is a gradu- ate of MacMurray College, Jacksonville in 1941, and of Worsham College of Mortuary Science, Chica- go, 1958. Mrs. Fricke feels well qualified for the Office of Coroner of Logan County, having been associated with her husband in the funeral profession in Lin-. coin and Mt. Pulaski for the past twenty years. She also states that her candi- dacy, if successful, will be a major factor in the suc- cessful solution of an ap- proaching ambulance crisis of Lincoln and Logan County. II Need a Special "Hair - Do "" for your HOLIDAY PARTIES ? " Call PhylisPelc-792.3359 of Phyl's Hurl & Swirl II I 1 i - HIS HERS IFB c Permanent Prem & Blouses Knitted Shirls Ho Sweat Shim Sweaters Insulated Covendls Slips. Panties "Gilt Cerfificaies for Shoes" D0ud:s Clothing & Shoes I J[ H. HERBERT F. LEHZ lid IL LOUIS R . LEIIZ GLASSS PRESCRIBED AND COt4TACT LENSES. lelllS: t)A.lttl SRl.F.mmt llmm. I 1/ $18 lmdu! LINCOLN, ItLIIIll I I II I *CLUB Mrs. Charles Holmes, Sr. will entertain the Household Science Club Wed., Dec. 15 at 1:30 p.m. in her home. Mem- bers are to bring a Christ- mas exchange. The hostess will serve the refreshments. Central Rebekah Lodge 313 will have a potluck supper Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. with a gift exchange. D.W.Y.W. Club will meet Tues., Dec. 14 at 12 noon for their Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. Aileen Cyrulik. Dinner will be potluck and every- one is asked to bring a dish to pass. Also, bring a $1.00 gift for the gift exchange. The Service Mothers will meet Friday, Dec. 17 at Stella Bowers. Bring scisrs, needle and thread to cut carpet rags for the Veterans at Danville Hos- pital. Also bring gift wrap- ped white elephants for Christmas exchange. Potholders Club. will meet Tuesday, Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs. Rich- ard Wilham at 1:00 p.m. Members are asked to be sure and remember your Secret Pal. Mr. Pulaski Chapter O.E.S. will hold regular slated meeting Mon., Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. School of instruction, with Mrs. Mar- garet Rohrer as Instruc- tress will be held Mon., Dec. 13 at 3:00 p.m. followed by a potluck supper. ! - The Hill Tops Club met Tues., .Dec. 7 at the home of Mrs. Louise Dunn, with weigh-in 6:30- 7:00 p.m. Eight members received moon rocks, from the pres- ent contest, which ran for two months. These rocks were wrapped in gold foil, and on top was pasted se- quins and a tiny American flag. Inside were coins, each wrapped separately. Thank you girls, for a nice job. The Gainers penalty was "'Sing Along With/ditch" to the tunes of Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, and Frosty The Snowman. Games wereplayed and a coffee social follod. The Christmas party will be held Tues., Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs, Louise Dunn, with weigh-in 6:30- 7:00 p.m. with the party to follow. Each member is to bring a gift for exchange costing $1.25. CHIC..AC BUS TRIP ENJOYABLE AFFAIR Despite thd cold, rainy morning, a group of eager ladies boarded a bus at 6:00 a.m. Monday, Nov. 29th for a day of shopping and viewing the beautiful store decorations in down- town Chicago. Those making the trip were Edwards, Harlene VeeC& Clark, Shirley Joyce Davis, LeVonne Beverly Cyrul, Downing; , Janice Howe, Aylesworth, Lois son, Doris Russell Rockwell, DeJib - Louise Jolana, Ford; Bender, Dorothy Sarah Barbe, Bender, Harriet Bertha Raibcr, lene Lipp, fenackdL fenacker, king; Carol Jean ma Sarns, Helen Stoll, Sonia Wilson, Mrs. bridge, Betty lyn Jackson Jackson. At 5 shoppers for the return Mrs. Chairman fit was to Project profit int cal organization- CONGRATI/ITION S To a son we are m proud of endtO thanldul he is ours. Also, for Doris, David and DodiL Numbers 6:24 Dad and MeJ Give a gift that lasts and lasts . . . a savings account that is a constant reminder of your love and affection throughout the year thst lies ahead. -NOTIOE- The Drive. in Bank window will be OLOSED Ohristmos Eve, Fri., Dee. amlNew Yoar'0 Eve., Fri., Dee. 31. _.. First National Bank