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CLUB NOTES I The Good Will Society of St.] Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church will meet in the parish hall on Wednesday, Jan. 3( 1962, at 1:30 p.m., the hostess to be Mrs. Fred J. Roth. The Ladies' Aid Society of the St. John's Lutheran Church, will meet Thursday, Jan. 4, 1962, at 2 p.m., at the parsonage with Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian Church, will meet on Thursday, Jan. 4, at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Maude Shoup, with the assistant hostess being Mrs. Ellis C. Downing. The WSCS of the Methodist Church will meet Thursday, Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. in the church. Mrs. Walter Bartels will have charge of the worship service and Mrs. Lester Skaggs the program. The hotesses will be Mrs. Julian Sams, Mrs. Roland Halstead, Mrs. J. B. Heft, Mrs. Robert Keck, Mrs. Clif- ford Smith. The Library Club will not meet during the month of January. TURKEY DINNER AT GREEN HOME The children and grandchild- ren of Mrs. Leona Green held their annual Christmas dinner in the Odd Fellows Building on Sun- day, Dec. 24th. A turkey dinner was served with- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Januswiski and children of Illiopolis as host and hostess. Others present besides the a- bove mentioned were: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Scott and children, Mrs. Robert Hout and baby son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Etherton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Laatsch and children, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilham and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Green and daughters,' Mrs. Jack Kilhoffer and children, Mrs. Silas ].,owe, Jr., Kathleen Coogan and Don Max- heimer. Little Debbie Kilhoffer was ill so her father stayed home to care 00FAMILY DINNER AT ALLSOPP HOME The home of Mr. and Mrs. Win Allsopp, northeast of the city, was the scene of a family Christmas dinner on Christmas Day. This was the first time the family had been together for Christmas in 14 years. Present for the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allsopp, Sr., of Avon Park, Fla; Mrs. Sylvia Schmitt and son Jim, of Macon, Ga; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and Miss Barbara Bell of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harness and sons, Stevie, Gary, and Mike, of Peoria, and the AiIsopp child- ren, Connie, Peggie, Billy, Jimmy and Terry. The Alisopp's and Sehmitt's de- parted Tuesday for Springfield to visit and wiU continue from there to their respective homes on Fri- day. SHULL FAMILY CHRISTMAS DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shull, North Marian Street, served a turkey dinner Christmas Day to members of their family and other relativ- es The guests were as follows: Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, IlL--Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shull. Morton--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shull and son Douglas. Maroa--Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shull and children, Grog and Jan- et Decatur--Mrs. Dorothy Mau. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mor- ris and children, Kay and Shirley, TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulasl IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER LOCAL NEV000000fi:I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin " g ey and family served their Christ. mas dinner on Sunday evening having as their guests: Mrs. Clar- ise Singley and brother, Gerd A1- berts, of Hartsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Logan and family of Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. James Sing- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A Singley and family of Bartonville. Miss Dorothy Curtis of Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived last Satur- day for a Christmas season visil with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis. She will leave Jan. 2, 1962, for her return trip west. If you did ,not give your Christmas news notes to the: Times-News for this week's edi-'- tion, please get busy and send in this information right away for next week's paper. Roy. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer visited their son, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Neumeyer and daughter Ro- berta, Christmas Day, in Bloom- ington. On Chrkstmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Payne entertained the following with a turkey and duck dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mar- shall and children, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Sutton and children and Mrs. Leona Green. Donald Munyon, son of Clyde and Helen Munyon, of Chicago, spent a week end vacation with his grandfather, Chester McAfee; and Uncle Norman McAfee. Rev. and Mrs. H. P. Lotz of Fayetteville, Ark., visited with the Roy. and Mrs. Fran. E. Neumeyer on Wednesday, Dec. 20. Roy. Lotz Mr. and Mrs. William Finley. Because of weather conditions.is a brother of Mrs. Neumeyer. regrets were received from the fol- [ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullriede lowing. [spent Christmas in Peoria visiting Paris, Mo.--Mr. and Mrs. Gar-[Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble and land Shull and son Lloyd ]::on Kenneth. Also present were Sandwich, Ill.--Mr. and Mrs. iMr. and Mrs. Burdette Maske and Don Shull, daughters Debra and children Teresa and Randal, Mr. Pare. I and Mrs. V. L. Crawford, Mr. and New Holland--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Donnan and daughters, Fay and Shirley. aski, Mr. and Mrs. Elbertie Ayers, Mrs. Maria Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers and daughters Sal- ly and Susan. RETURNED TO HOME IN FLORIDA LAST THURSDAY Mrs. Maude Kiplinger, of St. Petersburg, Fla. came to Mount i Pulaski several months ago to! help her sister, Mrs. Murrel Boy- den, in caring for their sister, Miss Etta Upp during her extend- ed illness. Miss Upp died Dec. 1st. On Thursday, Dec. 21, Mrs. Kip- linger and Mrs. Boyden left by auto for Florida. Mrs. Boyden will spend the winter there. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Dave Vandeventer vho wilt return home by train following a few week's stay. FARM LEASING MEETING JAN. 18 Recent legislative action by the Legislature requires that a farm tenant operating on a year-to- year crop-share or cash rent lease be given written notice to move at least 4 months prior to the expiration of the year of letting. Franklin J. Reiss, University of Illinois extension specialist in farm leasing arrangements will answer many questions in regard to farm, leasing, rent determin- ation, and father-son leasing ar- rangements at an all-day session, January 18 at the Farm Bureau BuiIding. The meeting will start at 10:00 a.m. with the morning sessions primarily for fathers and sons. The afternoon session start. ing at 1:00 p.m. will cover other types of leasing arrangements. for her. CHRISTMAS DINNER SERVED MR. AND MRS. ENNIS DOWNING ! AT EARL PHILLIPS HOME MARRIED 50 YEARS DEC. 27thl Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Downing, ! children, Danny, Mary Ann and who have lived their entire lives iBill living west of Lake Fork, in Mount Pulaski, observed their i entertained at a turkey dinner golden wedding anniversary on el, Christmas Day. The following Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1961. were guests. Retta Mac Six and Ennis A. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phillips, Lin- Downing were married in the i coin; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Key, of home of the bride's mother, Mrs. iComland; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anna Six, in Decatur. The Rev. Phillips and son Wade, Spring- James N. Chloe, former pastor of field; Miss Virginia Lolling of the Christian Church of Mount:Hartsburg, and from Mount Pul- Pulaski, performed the ceremony on Dec. 27, 1911. They were par- ents of one son, Julian, who pass- ed away in December 1955. Mr. and Mrs. Downing left on Tuesday to spend a few days in Chicago. CHRISTMAS DINNER HELD IN DECATUR MONDAY Members of the Van Hook fam- ilies met in Decatur Christmas Day and participated in a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Domick. Those present were: Mr. and .Mrs. Wilbur Roos and children, Janice and Robert, .of Galesburg; Mrs. Marie Van Hook and daughter Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Harry VanHook and children JoAnn, Robert and Mary Ann, and Mrs. Grace Curtis, of Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Major Crawford and child- ren Debbie and Cindy. The Full- riede's went to Peoria Sunday and returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and son Ron- nie of Chestnut spent Tuesday evening with the Fullriedes, Mrs. Ruth Berry entertained her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren at a turkey dirmer on Christmas Day. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clem- ents of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Berry nd daughter Patric- ia, Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Clements anl children, Jeffrey and Katharine Sue, of Beason; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and son, Victor, Kenney; Mr. and Mrs. George Wilder and son Timmy, Divernon. An exchange of gifts l was enjoyed during the afternoon, i Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bredenstin- er entertained at a Holiday din- ner, Tuesday evening at their home the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heyen, New Holland; Mr. and for fosf ACTI00  2.58 to LACROSSE gym and basketball shoes Mrs. Victor Snyder, Atlanta; Mrs., Mr. and Mrs, Gone C. Lonnie Simpson and Mrs. Fred l ited in Emden Christmas Veff, Lincoln. Regrets were re-Iwith her sister, Mrs. Le ceived from Lonnie Simpson and I Mormick. Miss Carol Snyder. I Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ill Mrs. Eunice Vandevender en-ISpringfleld, were visitors h tertained the Shyer relatives with lmas morning at the home of a Christmas dixmer. Those present launt, Mists Katie Keil. were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mart-I Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ey in and Elby Shyer, Mr. and Mrs. I son Steven, of Chicago, visited Howard Smith and sons of Illi-[the city over Christmas Eve opolis; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Van- [ the home of his devender and two sons, Mr. and land Mrs. Gone C. Clear. Mrs. Frank Naylor and children, lso called on his and Miss Katie Keil, Mt. Pulaski. I Mrs. Charles A. Ey. Dr. Ey Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee family were on their served a turkey dinner Christmas Eve, their guests being their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn D. Leekbee. A gift exchange follow- ed later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Green departed on Tuesday for Jupiter, Fla, to visit about two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Veech and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vidmar, of Springfield, visited Christmas Day in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Beidler. A mutual fund investing in more than 100 American cop porations; designed for people seeldng current income. , For free Prospectus-Booklet and other information mail this ad today or call WADDELL & REED, Mm astrkmr--emmmdtz  FRANCIS H. MYRICK MOON PUI--XL HI. a holiday visit with her in Tennessee. A tenth of all milk sold in t U.S. is sold in the form of Purdue University say a light top dressing nure on thin, light-colored protects legumes being wheat. It should be a ..... February when the ground frozen, they say. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. 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