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December 9, 1971

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Gladys Lyons re- last week from a West, visiting and relatives. She Airz. and her brother and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. in Scottsdale. then flew to Los and visited with Pasadena, and Mrs. Mary Miss Carla of Los An- The Christensen formerly lived in visited over the holidays niece and family, and Mrs. Donald in Canoga Park. Lyons also visited and Mrs. Thomas of Long Beach, 'e former friends Christensen took to Knott's Berry Farmers' Mar- Steele took them ton Library Marino, where they original Guten- in addition to other trmst edition of the 15th century In the Art Gallery the original paint- of "Blue Boy" by "Pinky" Also the of "Diana the There were other priceless on display in the Lyons also visited new Library in Scotts- SUPPER SUNDAY IN )ME and Mrs. Otto entertained with supper and an stew and lot of for dessert recent- were Mr. Frank Shanle, Kautz and Mr. Franklin Shanle, and Kevin, Mr. and Bandelow and Mr. and Mrs. May- Mr. tnd Mrs. Dan and and Mrs. John .'ille Grath- ,Mr. and Mrs. George Lisa and Douglas, Mrs. Larry Step- Renea and unable to attend Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and Mrs. Wm. and "Jinks" Leek- Bandelow receiv- nice gifts and and the guests left her many more Birthdays. OF THANKS Wish to express our sincere thanks and friends and for their many extended to us time of the death loved one, Arie We are indeed The Family. NOTICE Zion Youth Group collecting glass to They would it ff you would up and put it in a and store it basement or gr- be collected in LEGION AUXIIJART blET ! 6 Ryman Fuiten Unit 447 met at the Legion Home, on December 6th. Anyone not attending the meeting and wishing to give a gift to the Hospitalized Wom- en's Veterans, may bring it to the Legion Home before Thursday, Dec. 9th or give it to one of the Past Presidents. A thank you note was read from Roger Bates. He received one of the Christ- mas packages that was sent by the Auxiliary. Help is needed for the Bingo parties, which are being held every Tuesday night. Report on Rehabili- tation was given by Chair- man Hazel Froschauer, stating that the Hospital at Downey still can use old gold, used candles and used alarm clocks. A contributio was made to the 7 point pro- gram. After the meeting every- one helped decorate the Christmas tree and the in- side of the Legion Home. lqiDA Funeral services for Arie Deibert were held at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, 1971 at Schahl Funeral Home. Rev. Ray O. Zum- stein officiated and inter- ment was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. Miss Karen Buckles played "How Great Thou Art" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere". Pallbearers were Willard Remmert, Claude Buckles, Emerson Horn, Theodore Aderman, Jasper Veech and Lawrence Mont- gomery. Grade School CALENDAR Mon., Dec. 13- Dental Fluoridation. Tues., Dec. 14 - Dental Fluoridation. Tues., Dec. 14- Church game, 6:15 p.m. Tues., Dec. 14 - Board Meeting. Thurs., Dec. 16 - Basket- ball game, Broadwell, there. RICH JdL%TTA  S CUBS TO MAY AT LATHAM DOCE The Latham Centennial Brothers of the Brush will hold a Christmas Dance Thursday, December 23rd from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight at the Latham Fire House in Latham. The Rick Matta Combo will provide the music. Tickets may be pur- chased in advance from any member of the Broth- ers of the Brush. Prices are $4.00 per couple and $2.50 for singles. Prices at the door will be $5.00 per couple and $3.00 for singles. School Honor Roll MT. PULASKI COM. CONS. GRADE SCHOOL JR. HIGH HONOR ROLL 2nd Six Weeks 8th Grade HIGH HONORS: Vickie Hum, Joni Jackson. HONORS: Juhe Dittus, Debra Duma, Pat Eike, Gary Helton, Joan Oglesby. HONORABLE MENTION: Robin Broughton, Kevin Ford, Betty Kurtz, Jody Seitz, Cindy Shanle, Gary Stratton, Richard Van Rheeden, Kevin West. 7th Grade HIGH HONORS: Jill Buck- les, David Welch. HONORS: Bonnie Caley, Karen Davis, Julie Engle, Carolyn Lee, Julie Mont- gomery, Diane Opperrnan, Heidi Schilt. HONORABLE MENTION: Jayne Durst, Cheryl Howe, Kathy Jackson, Robina Howe, Mike Toohey. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, ill.) THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1971-3 l-nD JOinT EDH BOOS THURSDAY DIH)  19 The Jr. Woman's Club I'VA Christmas meeting was held Thursday, December 2nd at 8 p.m.. at the Li- brary. The Sr. Woman's Club members were guests for the evening. The Hilltop teens, under the direction of Mrs. Joan Ritchhart, entertained the group with several Christ- mas carols. The program chairman Mrs. Michael Cyrulik, then introduced Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey who showed slides of their recent trip to Europe. Refreshments of Christ- mas cookies and punch were enjoyed at the close of the meeting. Chelmut Melhod Chuxch To Send lews Letter The United Methodist Church of Chestnut is planning their Centennial July 30, 1972. If you have had past connections with this church and would like to be placed on the maihng list to receive news letters telling of the past and present of the church, please write to Albert Lillich, R.F.D., Chestnut, Illinois, 62518, or phone 796-3573, or phone Lois Graft, 792-5149. These names must be sent in advance, so please do it soon. Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Barthel Roos, 71, of Havana, Illinois, who died Monday, Nov. 29, 1971 at Mason Dist.rict Hospital, Havana, Ill.,were held at 2:00 p.m. Thurs- day, Dec. 2, 1971 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with the Rev. John Bieder- weden officiating. Burial was in Laurel Hill Ceme- tery, Havana, Illinois. Born October 2, 1900 in Mobile, Alabama, Mrs. Roos was the daughter of the Rev. John and Pauline Schroeder Barthel. She is survived by her husband, Herbert; daugh- ters, Mrs. Edward (Con- stance) Fetzer of Ottawa; Mrs. Robert (Judith) Voile of Springfield; sons, Meb vin H. and Herbert C. both of Havana; twelve grand- children. She was preced- ed in death by her parents, three brothers and one sister. IN MEMORY In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Bertram W. Gillum, St., who passed away 3 years ago Dec:. 9. If we could hear your steps again, and open wide the door. If we could know that you are here, and see your face once more. We have to tell ourtlv again, that you are really gone, And we can only ask the Lord for strength to carry on. Sadly  by wife, (p) children and grande, hildten. WREATHS ROPING POINSETTIAS AZALEAS LIVE OHIIISTMAS TREES FLOWERS FOR ALL OOOASIONS For your Convience we will be open Sunday afternoons from 1 - 4 p.m. until Christmas. MOLL'S Lawn and Garden Outer Duane and (aaxlene Shah}e, Owners IN APPRECIATION I would like to say 'q'hank You" to all my dear friends in Mt. Pulaski for the many lovely Birth- day Cards with such cheer- ful and encouraging mes- sages and gifts. May the Lord bless each and every one of you for your .thoughtfulness and your friendship through the years we were per- mitted to work with you in the church and since our retirement. And the sympathy which was shown at the time of my dear husband. Sincerely, Mrs. F.E. Neumeyer. 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