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--TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, Ill, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES.NEWS Mount Pulasi ILlinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congless 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-I' F S ..... 1 2 3456789 10 I1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ..... LOCAL NEWS Charles Colburn, a resident of the Beason community for many years, now staying in the Bart- man Nursing Home in Atlanta, i attained his 86th birthday anni- versary Tuesday, Dec. 12th. A petition to probate the will of the late Henry W. Schafer was filed Tuesday, Dec. 12; in Logan county court, Lincoln, list- ing value of personal property and real estate as undetermined. Russell H. Shull was appointed executor. Mrs. Alice Murrel Boyden has been appointed administrator of the estate of her sister, the late Miss ERa Upp. Petition to probate the will was filed in Logan county court several days ago. Value of the estate was listed as Undetermined. mWtnter wreaths and cemetery bimallm, all sizes and prices. Or- d now. Schabl Funeral Home, Mount Pulasld. (12-14) Mrs. Keith Rothwell and sons David and Daniel, plan to leave THE CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB URGES MOTORIS"TSi TO PROTECT THEIR CARS AND BEAT OLD MAN W/#TER HOSPITAL NEWS IAnda Faith, 18-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faith, Sounth Lafayette St., swal- lowed a piece of colored crayon Saturday afternoon and was re- moved to the DMC hospital in De- catur by the Schahl ambulance, where she was treated. D. Harris Bryson, Cornland, was admitted to ALM hospital, Lin- coin, on Thursday, Dec. 7, for medical care. Mrs. Floyd Buckles entered the ALM hospital Sunday, as a medi- cal patient. Mrs..William Smith was dis- missed from ALM hospital Mon- day after being a medical patient there for a week. Jerry Sutherland, 13, of Chest- Friday on an auto trip to Florida snut entered the DMC hospital in where they will spend the holi-IDecatu r Monday at 9:45 p.m. for day season. They will make a treatment of an arm injury sus. short visit in Largo with Dr. and tained while playing basketball Mrs. G. F. Wait and will then go at the grade school. to Fort Myers and other points .... of interest Miss Grace Chfton, living on  S ......... North Wa hmgton St., was taken i ..n Ie(lacYulletC n . lu: mr. ann in the Schahl ambulance Tues-  elv -inne i ann son .l.o day afternoon, to the ALM hos- se a o r n nonor oz me i" " -i ...... '80th birthday anniversary of Mrs pca, I. ncom, zor memcai at- :: ' i " t nton. Cullen s aunt, M ss Tena Kramer B W Gillum was dismissed on of Emden. Her brother, Henry, _ "':a '-- AL" " i" " " ---,,.ht Mice rm,. t. r.,,. r rlQ y from M nesp tal wnere urUlUi t. eers: et'were: I he had been a medical patient. p e . . . and Mrs Raymond Heitzman and I Miss Nellie Horn, who has been - 'staying in the Deaconess Me- children of San Jose. I Mrs. Wilford Tendick returned I home Monday from Chicago fol-] lowing a visit of five days with I her sister, Mrs. Anthony Schlatt. I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rothwell of North Vine St., had as dinner guests on Sunday, Dec. I0, Mr. : and Mrs. Donald Copeland, Mr. and Mr Harold Hubbard. Mrs. Aerial Strandquist of Den- ver, Colo., arrived in the city Wed- nesclay for a Christmas season visit with her sister, Mrs. John Bender, Sr. She is the former Aerial Lobberecht of Mt. Pulaski. Wtnte wecths and cemetery all sizes and ptces. Or- ds now. Schahl Funeral Home, Mount Pulaski. (12-14) Mrs. Erward Froschauer, Sr. of Mr. Pulaski, and Mrs. Walter : Damarin of Williamsville, were in Peru, Ind. Tuesday, Dec. 12, i  and attended the funeral services of their aunt, Mrs. Allen Cain, who was the former Anna Gas- away of Mt. Pulaski. More infor- mation next week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Schafer and daughter Mildred of Spring- field, returned Thursday after a two weeks vacation in Californ- - in. In San Jose they were guests of Din. Charles and Alyce Carter. t They also spent several days in Los Angeles. The trip was made by raft. [ zN00oN [ I want to thank all those who :emembered me" with flowers, gifts, visits, cards, and all other thoughtfulness, while I was a reent patient at the ALM hos. pital and since returning home I l"s. Bertha Jenner. morial Home in Lincoln, for the past several months, underwent surgery Tuesday in the ALM hos- pital. The Weather Friday, Dec. 8 found our low- est temperature reading thus far this winter - 16 . Sun was out until afternoon then cloudy. High temperature about 32. Snow be- gan falling about 10:30 p.m. Saturday A.M. found about 3" to 3" snow and badly drifted in some areas by a very high wind. Temperature around 26 . Fine mist sifted down in after- noon and evening. Some fog.. Sunday much the same as pre- vious day. Just plain cold. High temperature 31 degrees. Monday was 17 with cloudy skies. Sun tried to shine at noon but clouds held it back. Temper- ature reached about 31 . Began to rain at 4:20 p.m. and still coming down at midnight. Froze on every thing but pavement. Tuesday dawned with a high west wind and 18 degree temper- ature which dropped steadily as follows: 7 a.m., 18; 8 a.m., 16; 9 a.m., 15; 10 axa., 13 11 a.m. 15; and 12 noon 16 degrees which was as high as the mercury went. Snow flurries until afternoon i when sun finally appeared for a first down... 10 years to go! At least 10 years of high expenses to go when Mdl are this age...years when financial strategy is called for. BMA's "Flexible 05" life insurance plan lets you start to gain right away. When expenses are biggest, you get most protection at low cost. In 10 years, you can fit the plan to future needs. As your family quarterback, signal for your BMA representative today. Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI short visit. Some day. [ Early risers Wednesday morn- !ing were greeted with a 5 above i zero temperature, our coldest. The sun came out bright in a very clear sky. The wind had settled down considerably. High temper- ature reading for the day was 14. Thursday morning's tempera- ture reading was a lot warmer than Wednesday, being near 20 . Was a cloudy, stormy looking, day at presstime. ENTERTAINED EMPLOYEES TUESDAY EVENING Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kennedy en- tertained the employees of their Super-Way Store at Tom's Coffee Shop, Tuesday evening of this week. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hild, Leon Goodman, George Aylesworth, Lloyd Burdick, Jim Havener,. Jerry Buckles and Mike Kennedy. A gift exchange was enjoyed. BOYS IN SERV!0000 Charleston, S.C. (FHTNC) :.Ga" ald L. Bryant, boilerman 3e, u" son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bryant of Latham, was promOt Nov. 16, while serving aboard t. destroyer USS Johnston, operatil out of Charleston. Promotions Navy enlisted personnel are tl result of semi-annual fleet.wide competitiwe examinations. Tom Sather's new address Sather, T. H. ICFA 585-22-73, I.lS John K. Penny DE 1034, Key W Florida, c oFPO, New York, l.. Tom has been on a 15-day lea visiting with his parents, and Mrs. Herloph Sather. He ceived his boot training and l been stationed one year, at G e$ Lakes Training Station. Automat. A rug for an auto  bile. MOORE'S DINER SERVING HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday Open -- 6:00 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. FRIDAY -- SATURDAY 6:00 A-M. to 12:00 P.M. 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