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L.-TIMIR'NIIm, Mount Pulaski, IlL TIrORSDAYo DECEMBER 28, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY 7. WIBLE Edlto m..d Publisher Terms of SubscripUos: Months .............................. 75c Months .................................. $1.50 year ...................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JANUARY 1962 S M T W T F S -1 23456 7 g 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30-31 - - - LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Schott, Jr. and family, were Christmas Day guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Sehott in Edinburg. Also present was another daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns, I and sons of Decatur. In Chestnut Christmas Day a turkey dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Hein, Sr., to members of their family, and their grandchildren. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hein and family, Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. Erick Hein, Jr., and family of Peoria; Mr and Mrs. Earl (Delor- es) Maxheimer and family, Mr. and Mrs. William (Nancy) Dittusj and family, Mrs. Richard (Jua- nita) Froschauer and son, Pfc. John M. Hein and Mrs. Hein and family, Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard served a turkey dinner Christmas Day to members of their family, and some friends. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Hub- bard and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf and family, all of Decatur; Mr and Mrs. Donald Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copeland and Mrs. Lena Veail, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sparks city. son Quentin, were in East Mr and Mrs Glenn ..... and enjoyed a Christmas/and ia- hte :"" . mcarmy .. _ .. _ . ug r, lwms lenna, serv- rerRa[ "me nome OI ed a turkey dinner Christmas to y L,ee. a group of relatives. Their guests J B.F. Holmes. The following were pres&nt: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Palmer, Jody and Vicky, of De- catur; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mike, Nell and Bev- erly, of Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes, Steven and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holmes and Marty, Lucille Ben Holmes, Bob Holmes, all of Mt. Pulaski; Mary Ann King of Springfield; Victor Holmes of Col- fax, Washington. Melvin Hassehrock has been awarded a membership in the Veterans Scholastic Society and is an active member of Chi Gam- ma Tota at the University of Ill- inois. He carried a B average for three semesters and a Un- iversity average of B. Melvin is studying electrical engineering. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Sr., this city Miss Imogene McNattin, Oak Park; Miss Katherine McNattin and Miss Lois Hall, of Lincoln, were visitors Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meelhenry of Chicago, visited from Satur-i day to Christmas Day with her sister, Mrs. Grace Buckles, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weekcl and family. Horace B. Curry visited in Chi- cago over Christmas with his Harta Tendick, who lives )f Mount Pulaski, serv- ham dinner Christmas Day of her family. Guests and Mrs. Floyd D. Buck- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dav- ! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Fred :Re,,,. Charles H. Martell, pastor [ St. Patrick's Catholic Church Urbafia, recently underwent rat Mercy Hospital. He is pastor of St. Patrick's and St. Thomas Church in Mt. Pulaski. John W. Poffenbarger, son and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarg- has been given a citation for chosen Air Force Mainten-, 'Man of the Month,' at his at Mountain Home AFB, He was chosen on conduct, ability to get along J a team worker and producing quantity in his work. has received the Unit Citation. John is 1961 MPTHS graduate. His is: A3C John W. Poffen- AF 17586259 C.M.R. Box Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. and Mm. Harold Haynes a turkey dinner Christ- to Mrs. Mary Gulley, Mr. Merle Lucas and dau- Judy and Barbara, and Lucas. and Mrs. John Hassebrook, '. entertained the following rel- to a turkey dinner Christ- Day: Mr. and Mrs. John Jr., and children, of Mr. rand Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Ray and son, Mount Pu- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and family, of Beason; Mr. Everett StoH and family Mr. and Mrs. Glen family of De- Melvin Hassebrock, Chain- Day dinner guests of ..... and Mrs. Fred Stoll, were their family: Mr. and Rell Sehroth, Mr. and Mrs. Stoll and children, Con- Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. John Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dean A gift exchange was enjoy- in the afternoon. Randy Wal- an evening caller. arid .Mrs. Arie Deibert en- members of their lam- a turkey dinner on Sunday. following were present: Mr. Charles Crowe and faro- Mr. and Mrs. Dale son, Decatur; Mr. and Bowles and family , Mrs. Darold Deibert and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drake, i. Edith Gilbert, all of Mount and grandchildren Dale Dennis Litterly of Coal City. Da visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Vicki, :Mr. and Mrs. Davie Creag- daughter Paula, of Chl- Mr. and Mxs. Bill Turner Dana, Rhonda and of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Davenport of Greenview. were: Mrs. Richard Tire and dau- ghter Terry Ann, from LaMirada, Calif; Mrs. Donald Barringer and children, Linda and DOn, of Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. John T. Down- ing, Mrs. Pearl Waddell, Miss Frances Vetter, and Cleatus Clob- es of Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis serv- ed a turkey dinner Christmas, but because of the snow storm the usual number could not be pres- ent. Those attending were, their daughter Miss Dorothy, of Colo- rado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casad of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. George Meister and Mrs. J. H. Heft. At the home southwest of the city on U.S. Rte. 54, Mr. and Mrs. ! Eugene Weckel and daughter Pare, served a Christmas dinner to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry of Chicago; Mrs. Annie Buckles and daughter, Lin- da, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leesman and infant son, Reginald Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Singley and family" were in Lincoln on Christmas Day and attended a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Logan and family. Miss Janice Roos, of Galesburg is making a holiday visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Marie Van Hook. A family dinner was held on Sunday, Dee. 24, at the home of brother, Dean, and wife. Miss Nancy Walch, student at Illinois College in Jacksonville is making a Christmas time visit at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch. Michael Tierney, teacher in the Joliet school system, is making a Christmas season vacation visit with his father, Stephen Tierney. Stephen Cutlen, U. of I. studen% is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cull- .n. John and Dorst Zumstein, stu- dents at Carthage College, Carth- age, Ill., are home for the holi- days, visiting with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein. Mr. and Mrs. William Consi- dine, of Chicago, made a Christ- mas visit east of Mt. Pulaski with her mother, Mrs. Frank Sams. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sehroth and son Richard, visited in Decatur" on Christmas night with his Mrs. Florence Schroth. Miss Catherine Schick, Spring- field, was a Christmas visitor in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Scroggin, Jr., and family, southwest of the city. Following Midnight Mass, dur- ing the first hour of Christmas morning, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley served a breakfast to the following: Mr. first down... 10 years to goI At least 10 years of high expenses to go when ?dds are this age...yenm when financial strategy is called for. BMA's "Flexible 65" 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 qruarterback signal for your BMA gresentative today. Kenneth W. ,Johnson kT:SS MEr$ ASSL.,E gO. MOmrr PvcasKI  41,  Ph(mo 792-,1964 and Mrs. Louis F. Sams, Mr. and. 1 Christmas time visit with his Mrs. Joe Schroth and son Rich-Icnts, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gi ard, Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, His father is a patient in the Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, eran's hospital at Dwight. and Dick Romer. Joe, Tom, Jim, and Lynne Romer made a Christmas visit in Blandinsville with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Suyeott, and family. Mrs. Dick Mueller and grand- daughter Ann Leimbach, return- ed Wednesday, with the former's son, Forrest Mueller and family, from a holiday visit in Lexing- ton, Ky. Mr. Mueller works at the Signal Depot there. The Mueller annual Christmas dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis French and daughters, Judy and Barbara. Present were: Mrs. Dick Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mueller and daughters, Chrissy, Cindy and Ricky, Mr. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Delward Leimbach and children, Bill, Ann and Lynn, of Maroa; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mueller and daughters, Denise and Marlene, of Lexington, Ky.; James Campbell of Maroa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pfc. John M. Hein, stationed Fort Polk, La., arrived last "f day to visit until after the day season with his wife daughter on West Morgan St., with his parents, Mr. and Erich Hein, in Chestnut. Mrs. Bessie Kinert and Nelle Vandevender visited in De" catur on Christmas Day, in home of Mr. and Mrs. Hatch and son Steve. Others preS" ent at the holiday dinner Mrs. Velma Harris, Mr. and Mervin Kinert and children, my, Gall, David and Robin Kal, all of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Huffaker daughters, Stephanie and Alliso of New Berlin, visited Christina6 Day near Chestnut with her pat- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schro and son Meyer. Misses Carol and Phyllis Biese- meier are home for the visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Biesemeier. Car01 Irwin and new baby daughter, is a student at Valparaiso (Ind.) Susan Dianne, of Beason, were University and Phyllis is a me" unable to attend, ber of the faculty at Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gillum of Braille and Sight-Saving School Lake Charles, La., are here for a in Jacksonville. Notice! Farmers! If Any Farmer Has PLOWSHARES or CULTIVATOR SWEEPS That Need REPAiRiNG Please leave them at my residence in Mount Pulaski, at 219 So. Garden SL I want to Thank those who have left work at my home. BILL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP ILLIOPOLIS, ILLINOIS As me dng |n the bright Nero Year, me wbh for one and all the uerg fullest measure happiness! We Pay 3% on Savings Accounts FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, liUnois