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4-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I1t.) THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1971 FUN] SERVICES HELD MN DAY ] MABEL BORG Mrs. Mabel Borgerson of 1616 West Glendale ,ve., Phoenix, Ariz., 82, died Thursday, Dec. 9, 1971 at 6:45 p.m. in Abra- ham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln, Ill, Services were held Mon- day, Dec. 13, 1971 at Grimshaw Mortuary in Greenwood Cemetery there. The deceased was born Aug. 8, 1889 in Nechi, N. D. the daughter of Levi and Mary 2ane Flood Briggs. She was married to Minor J. Borgerson Jan. 21, 1914, and he died in 1964. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Mark (Jean) Dono- van of Denver, Colo., four sons, John of Arcatha, Calif., Dr. Robert J. of Wilmette; Wilham H. of Waldwick,. N- J, and Dr. James Borgersofi of Mr. Pulaski; a sister, Mrs. J. F. Campbell of Great Falls, Mont., 18 grandchildren and a great grandchild. She was preceded in death by a sister and two brothers. Fricke Memorial Home of Lincoln was in charge of arrangements. AUSTIN By Hattie Kerwood Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rau were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bertle Carlson in Warrensburg. Jim and Steve Ruberg of Aurora will come home last of week for the holi- day vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rau wre in" Wisconsin last week, brought back a lot of CHEESE! Rather dampish Thurs- day but 24 attended the WSCS potluck supper. The program and film on Bra- zil was good. Products raised - were displayed coffee, corn, cotton, ba- nanas and Brazil NUTS. S.S. attendance 21. Happy birthday for Glenn Rau. Pastor a bad cold, so in place of sermon, had a tape recording. A service Christmas eve (24). Ken- ney members are invited. A tree is being donated by Arthur Galloway. When Maxine J. came to S.S. said, did you know you have 3 DEER in or- chard? Saw them as came and Elizabeth J. saw them Saturday. Tried call us - no answer. About 3: Bill, M.E. and Tom came, walk- ed around orchard, gone of course. Sorry we didn't see them. No grain for them, so many cornfields plowed under. The Wm. Hefts went to Elwin Saturday p.m. to gct a ,RE PLACE - adv. o.ver swap shop on radio. All sorts weather - like Spring. Fog, big rain Fri- day, a strong SW wind at I 1: a.m. White frost Saturday and Sunday a.m. Glad for sunshine and clear 2 nights, stars pretty. Red sunset Saturday. Cloudy before church out, then cleared off by 2:30 Monday 29 - no snow. In Bloomington paper- Mrs. B. C. Dutton has I Ann's Curl & Swirl NOTI. been dismissed from hos. pital. Merry Christmas and Happy Hew Year - a good 1972, to all far and near. Greetings to the office force. CHERI LM LUCAS HAS 1st. B1RIAY On Dec. 1st, Cheri Lynn kucas celebrated her first birthday with a party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lucas. After cake and ice cream, games were played and later in the evening Cheri's proud father showed shdes of her first year. Those sharing the spe- cial day were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lucas, Buf- falo; Mrs. Marge Barnhart, Latham; Mrs. Denzil How- ard, Lora and Lisa, Illio- polis; Mrs. Georgia Purcell, Mrs. Frances Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lucas, Larry and Eddie, Mt. Pulaski. Regrets were received from Mr. and Mrs. Ken Aderman, Lincoln and Mrs. Bessie Lucas, Spring- field. the Air Force's newest '  A7single-seatcorsair.jet fighter, the Upon completion of the check-out, Capt. Myrick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will join an operational Wagner, Springfield, are fighter squadron in Tuc- parents of a daughter born son. Sunday, December 12, 1971 at St. John's Hos- pital in Springfield. She See you a't the Eagles weighed 8 lbs. 6 oz. Lodge, Lincoln Dee. 18. Mrs. Wagner is the .Munmi Dance Association former Susan Connolley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CARD OF THAblI It is with sine, ere  preciation that we 7_ thank our friends and tires for their wo. sympathy, floral o. d all other acts of " . nesses extended to  the time of the dea our loved one, F_ Bartels. The Fa/" Kenneth ConnoUey of Mt. LIST WITH Pulaski, Illinois. Spec. 4 Roger J. Bates, 361-44-3025; Hq Co. 8th RRFS Box 365; A.P.O. SF 96308. Spec. 4 Daryl V. Roos, 2nd Admin. Co.; 2nd Inf. Div.; A.P.O. San Francisco, Cahf. 96224. Capt. Dennis Myrick was recently reassigned to Davis-Monthan AFB, Tuc- son, Ariz. to check out in The M P T H S ALUMNI present/hek 2nd. Annual Christmas Dance Saturday, Dec. 18 9."00 I:W Eagles Ledge, Lincoln, III. Music by "Echoes IV" $5.00 OoupJe Doud's Clothing & Shoes DANOE To The Music Of The m. ROXIE & CO. sxr. i i FrL end Saturday niglm a,t 8:30 P. bL CHANNEL CATFISH Ph. 672 - 3511 Served o. Wed. aad FrL Slarling at 5:OO P. M. We are now booking parties for the holidayJ Winter's Cafe Wm'rmburg n ' " HOVE S TAIW$ WITg PURCHASE OF , u,. ,...Old Style FRUIT CAKE W'ASnXD RZr POTATO :S 85 BAG c., FROZEN FOOD CRANBERRIES aa,.pkg. 33 n,.,gs.,i.g., FREE! DOUBLE VALUE SHOP AT HOME STAMPS NEXT MONDAY (No Coupon Heeded) Bed Jonalhon BAKING HENS lb. 510 ' APPLES 3 lb. 2o u.rd H..i,,a,,.., ... n..s,,.., PUMPKIN PIES st,." 89c   " TANGERINES Doz. 49c t=twrn lo.,. DOUD'Scrormm .,,, ! .. _."'""'""" 00Turke :o.0039c HAM sh H,u lb. 55c n., "  rms oooror ,. DREAM WHIP s,. dr,.   . AN E . MIXED NUTS r o. DESSERT TOPPING C N D HAM 3 lb. Tm $2.99 co,u, " FOLGERS COFFEE o,,, WALNUTS pkg.llb"  3LB $1 q H, co,o. H,,,d RUMP ROAST lb. II.15 no.,r rge TIN . PORK CHOPS lb. 69c ro., w. .,, WALNUT CIIOYE Ceailled No 2 I, l=e]g,w ,,, P..c.ASE o BREAD 5 "s.'.tlNI MILK300,%69 P00PLE PLUMS ,:-' 290 , . Ann No. 2q, ,,o ......,.,, Z BARTLET PEARS '- 3 o STUFFING MiX box.41t SHOP AT HOME STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF S2ki n ies s Heinkel wieners (No Coupon Ileed(d) Monday thru Thm'sday 7:0 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. FRIDAY 7:30 A.M. to 8:'00 P.M. SATURDAY 7:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. ENNEBY' COFFEE 1.25 TIN $1.25