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2--TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulad, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY I. WIBLE Edlto and lhzbllsh Terms of Subscriptionj: Three Months .............................. 75 Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year ..................................... $3.00 Published EverT Thursday DECEMBER 1961 S M T W 1' F S ..... 12 3456789 10 11121314 1516 17 18 192021 2223 24252627282930 31 ..... LOCAL NEWS Officers of the Logan County Angus Ass'n. for the ensuing year are as follows: Albert Awe, Elk- hart, president; Ray Douglas of Mason City, vice-president; Wil- bur White, New Holland, secre. tary and Leo Stellar, Elkhart, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Litterly and Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni depart. ed Saturday moring on an auto trip to the suburbs of Los An- geles, Calif. to visit during the holidays with their children. The Litterly's are guests of their son. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mattingly a n d family in Costa Mesa. Mrs. Bertoni is visiting her son, Rennie and : family in Woodland Hill and her daughter and family, the Roger Benedict's, in Sierra Madre. Monday, Dec. 18, marked the 120th birthday anniversary of Mrs. S. Lirm Beidler, Mt. Pulaski. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Capps and as Prud- ence Ann Capps was born Dec. 18, 1841, the first girl born in Mt. Pulaski. Her father was one of the founders of the city. MOORE'S DINER will be closed at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 24, and All.Day Christmas Din/. Phillip Bertoni, student at the Notre Dame University at South Bend, Ind., has arrived home for the Christmas holidays, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Bertoni. Jm Kelly. student at Easterr Illinois University, Charleston , and Joe Kelly. student at the U. of I., Champaign, arrived home Wednesday to spend the holiday season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Paul t;urdick anc family will spend Christmas with relatives in Rockford, Ill. They will be staying with Mr. Bur- dick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Burdick of Rockford. If you will romen:br [o give the Times . News your Christmas items of visitors, family dinners, i etc., you will help to make the home paper more enjoyable Lo th( people at honm, from the Atlanti( to the Pacific, the Gul of Mexio to Canada. The Times-News goes far and near. : Richard Downing of Akron, A mutual fund Investin8 In more than I00 American poraUonr, designed for people m__l(lng current income. r.o. free Prospectus.BooklM aDO omer Information mall this ad today or Call WADDELL & RE00, m mumlluuumr00 uullq : FRANCIS H. MYRICK Koow I11. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1961 Ohio, was in the city Monday and Tuesday, on business, and visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tyre and d;ul,hter Terriann, arrived in the city Sunday evening by car, from LaMirada, Calif., to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mc- Carthy. DINNER SUNDAY, DEC. 17 DINNER SUNDAY, DEC.fl 17 MY AIIRECIATION My 6incere thanks to one and all for cards, visits, gifts and oth- er kind deeds during my recen/ trip to the hospital and since re- turning home. Also, many thanks for the Christmas cards with get well wishes. I wish I could thank each one of you pensonally. In re- turn, a Blessed Christmas to each of you. Sincerely, Glad Buckles. NOTK OF TKANILS Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Amey en. We are so grateful for your via. tertained at a turkey dlnenr on it cards f]owe one4 t o,,,J Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Cornland .,-- ..." __ .'-'__';'" "".', "." Chris ............ I m.. we ne unaole 0 tllanK 50th UwaenurcnCelvrr:g tnelrleach one individually, we take en t ,,, ,. ,o.; ...... :-" .... " [ this opportuniW to thank you all, ................... " /now. May you have a Blessed Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Esdell and Christmas and A Happy New two children from Brownsburg, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckal- low and son, Mrs. Florence Robin. !son, Miss Caroline Arney and Miss Irene Newton, Terre Haute, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phares of Chicago; Mrs. Edith Peroe, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. wirliam Harris, of Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence With. row, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arney, Buffalo; Mrs. Stella Phar- es, Rlverton; Mr. and Mrs. George Lercher and family, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Arney and dau. ghter of Cornland. Year. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoll, Deaconess Nursing Home. NOTE OF "I']LqNILS We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors, relatives, chil- ren and grandchildren, for the , beautiful cards and lovely gift we. received for our 50th wedig anniversary. It was certainly a pleasure to have so many call and such best wishes and kind words as we heard from them at our open house Sunday afternoon. Thanks again, and God Bless I everyone that helped our day to] es-News for the part they be one of the happiest in our lives, [ in our anniversary to made and one we will long remember, perfect day. We want to also thank the Tim- (P) Mr. and Mrs. Rufus AMERICAN LEGION POST 447 CHRISTMAS STAG TURKEY AND HAM Saturday, December 23 AMERICAN LEGION HOME Mount Pulaski. Illinois SI.50 PER PLATE. Serving . 5:30 p.m, --CARRY-OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE-- SPECIAL PURCHASE We've made a wonderful buy on a Hmited number of double strength Door Mirrors. You'll be pleased to o w. ,th!s 16" x 56" mirror at this barain price. HO ous.ne.a cages and comes complete wth lips---readY for ms,ailing. COME SEE THEM TODAY .... WHILE THEY LASTI EXCITING BAR6AIN PRICE! $19.95 Planter With Plants $16.9S Open Every Evening Including Saturday. STAHL FURNITURE XOUX1" lqTLASlU, UZ.mOIS $17.95 \q