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HOSPITAL NEWS Miss Lottie Hahn, North La- layette Street, fell on the icy Street Saturday afternoon, near the Methodist Church and was Seriously injured. She was remov- ed in the Schahl ambulance to the ALM hospital, Lincoln where :-rays disclosed a fractured left Mrs. C. A. Burgett, living two railes east of Latham, fell Sun- day morning while attempting to get into her car, and broke a hip. She had intended going to church in Latham, but was removed in the Schahl ambulance to the De. eatur-Macon county hospital for X-rays and care. Vernon Ridgeway of Lake Fork Was removed to the Veteran's )ital at Danville, Monday A. in the Schahl ambulance, for edical attention. Mrs. August Hahn, Garden St., on the ice in her yard, Satur- day afternoon injuring her Zhoulders. Her daughter, Mrs. Don IcCormick took her to the ALM hospital for X-rays and care. Vincent Sheehan returned to his home in Latham on Sunday [Ollowing a week's medical stay at the Decatur . Macon County Hospital. Frederick A. Lipp was admitted llonday, to the ALM hospital, in Lincoln, for surgery. Mrs. Walter Sams, living east 0f the city, who fell in Decatur re- Cently and fractured her knee ap, and had been a patient in the DMC hospital, Decatur, for Surgery and treatment, return- tl to her home Tuesday, Dec. 12. WESLEYAN CLASS ENJOTED CHRISTMAS DINNER The Wesleyan Class of the Methodist Church, held a Christ- mas dinner in the Church Fellow. ship Hail on Saturday, Dec. 16, at 6 p.m. for members and their families, with 12 being presenL The hosts, Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Smith furnished the turkey, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brough- ton, provided a roast goose. The balance of the meal was potluck. TO HOLD TWO MASSES AT ST. THOMAS CHURC W The Rev. Edward M. Krewer has announced two Masses to be said on Christmas at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. The first Mass will be offered on Christmas Eve at midnight, and will be a High Mass. The choir will sing a Christmas Carol Mass. Mrs. Darrell Knauer is the organist. At 9 a.m. a second Mass will be said by Father Krewer. This will be a low Mass, with the choir singing hymns. SALE DATES Jan. 4: Otis G. Howe, Sr., Closing Out Sale, located 3 mL S, and 1 mi. W. of Narita Elevator, or 3 mL E. and 3 mi. S. of Mr. Pulaski, or, 6 mi. N. & lj mL W. Illiopolis. Auctioneers Gene Howe, Chan Fuller. Jan. 9: Amos Tyler Closing Out Dairy & Machinery Sale, start. ing at 11 axn. Located 4 mL E. on Rt. 10; 1 mL N. Lincoln; CTo all our friends-old and new-our warmest wishes for a Merry Holiday Season! B. W. Ely Insurance Agency W00at we have to offor y0R c0al00 not See this and m/ other fine bddol sets on dlspf. Our most precious treasure that which we guard most zealously Is free to our customers. It is our reputation; our integrity. You couldnot buy it. But it means more to you than anything else connected with the purchase of a diamond for it is your assu- rance of full value. Yes, our dedication to value-glvlng assuresyou that youw;ll get more here for your diamond dollar and that we not only promise it. We guarantee itl CHARTERZS JEWELRY 522 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL, TIMES-NEWS,. Momzt  IlL, THURSDAY DECEMBER 21, 1961-- 2 ml. N,  ml. E. New Chicago Elevator. Auct. Chan Fuller and Gene Howe. 3an. 13: Lee & William McCaln Farm Sale, 1 ml. N. ML Pulaski on RL 121. Auct. Gene Howe and Chan Fuller. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wilson of Beason, are parents of a dau- ghter, born Thursday, Dec. 14, An the ALM hospital, at Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zook of Beason, are parents of a girl, born Tuesday, Dec. 12, in ALM hos. pital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schroeder, 14123 Canterbury Lane, Roekville, Md are parents of a son, Roger Lee, born Thursday, Dec. 14. This is their second child, the other being a girL Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schroeder. A son was born Tuesday, Dec. 19th, in St. Clara's Hospital, Lin. coin, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howe of Mount Pulaski. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mary Full. ziede, who passed away one year ago December 23. We cannot say- and we will not say That she is dead  she is Just away ! With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand She has wandered into an un- known land Think of her still as the same, we say, She is not dead . . . she is Just away. Sadly missed by (P) Her Family. ay your home be bright and 5. your heart be light with the Holiday spirit... / may you enjoy the fullest measure of {!ii i . % health and happiness ! throughout the New Year! a.::., . The Sil-Texmial Year Has Been "- A Marvelous One and We Have :' Thoroughly Enjoyed It. 00il-QII NOVEMBER AUTO SALES SET RECORD Good News Cram Dodge! Pdces on all DODGE DART models are lower than last gear More new cars were sold this November than in any other November in automotive history. Industry sales are booming at a record rate. Before you buy any new car, check your dependable Dodge Dealer. Check the new size Dodge Dart, actually priced up to $71 less than last year's comparable model. COMPARE DART'S NEW LOW PRICE Comparisons, below, are based on manufacturers' suggested retail price of six cylinder 2-door sedans. Only white-wall tires, wheel covers, other optional equipment, state and local taxes (if any) and destination charge extra. FORD FAIRLANE $2079 MERCURY METEOR $2203 TIlE NEW SIZE DODOE DART 2241 CHEVY BISCA YNE $2324 j FORD CaRl.AXlE $2378 i The 1962 Dart is a totally new kind of Dodge automobile. Two feet shorter than America's largest car. Two feet longer than the smallest. Dart is sized right in the middle of the big and little. You get maneuverability without sacrifice of comfort or room. You get both gasoline economy and out- standing performance. '62 DODGE DART00 The Dart standard six cylinder engine is the most powerful in the business. Its standard V8 develops more horsepower and torque than anything near its price. Dart is comfortable. (Chair-high seats.) It is extremely easy to handle and park. (New low-friction steer- ing gear.) And like every Dodge before it, completely dependable. The body is rustproofed. The brakes adjust themselves. You can go 32,000 miles between grease jobs. The 1962 Dodge Dart is now, without question, the best buy on the market. See it. Drive it today. SIZED RIOIIT Ill TIlE MIDDLE OF TIlE DIO AND LITTLE DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. MOUNT PULASKI,