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| hl zE x n ifl tl A nt 0 O O] Le( 0 o] o fill m m -P CO S S & C The Girl Scouts and Brownies of Mount Pulaski and Latham, made their annual trip to the Lincoln State School recently. Each year the Scouts make gifts for approximately 250 child- ren and take them to the State School. There they present a pro- gram for the children and pass out their gifts. This year the girls painted and decorated cigar box- es for the children. Mel Singley of the Hilltop Bowl obtained sample bags of potato chips from the Blue Star Company. The Hollywood Candy Co. of Central. ia donated candy to be put in the boxes for the children. The Republic Powdered Metals Co. of Cleveland, Ohio. donated .Nu-SenSation paint in various col- ors, for the painting of the Cigar boxes. Those making the trip were: Mary Jo Lynch, Sandra Lewis, Carla Stahl, Gayle Jackson, Rhon- da Shanle, IAnda Maxheimer, i Mary Spenler, Marinda Bryson, Kathy Leesman, Kathy Prather, Dorla Froehlich, Debbie Shell- hammer, Floann Lynch, Joann Schott, Ann Zimmermann Denise Schultz, Diane Scroggin, Diane Hahn, Nancy Fuhrer, 'Marjorie Goodman and Lynne Romer, all of Mr. Pulaski. From Latham were Mary Bur- gett, Carolyn and Cathy Voelker, Joyce Lamb, Barbara Mueller and Shirley Colman. Leaders and mothers accomp- anying the girls were Mrs. Claus Tanner, Mrs. James Jackson, Mrs. Carl Stahl, Mrs. Gilbert Spenler, Mrs. Howard Bryson and Mrs. Ray: Lynch of Mt. Pulaski; .Mrs. Al- fred Maxheimer of Chestnut, and Mrs. Robert Burger of Latham. Because of the bad weather a bus was taken with Bob Keck kindly consenting to drive. Leer Box Cantrall, Ill. Dec. 14, 1961 Mt. Pulaski Times-News Mount Pulaski, Ill. Dear Sir: Well, here at long last is my check for my subption. I thought Pats grandmother would tell you of his big baby boy but I guess not. I never see it in the paper each week. He was born in Decatur and Macon County Hos- pital on Nov. 15th. They named him George Stephen. "Pat" Con- nolley the 5th I guess. Dave's father George Connolley was the 1st. / I thought you did a swell job with your Sil-Termial Edition. Wish they were all that big and a daily to boot. I sure enjoy every one I get. My uncle Harry Michael, who lives in Inka, Ill. and was raised in Mt. Pulaski, was up to see me in Sept. He has a cousin Ot Beaver, here in Cantrall and they had a great time discussing and rem. ember- ing this and that from the paper. It's a grand old town with grand, people and I hope to come back! there to live some day. Sincerely, May Connolley Sims. P.S. This was Pat's second child. They have a girl and a boy now. Randall and I have together, six grandchildren of which three are boys and three are girls and four married sons with wives named Ann, Anne, Anna Mae and Bar- bara Ann. Pats wife we simply call Barbara, but its Rich Ann Merles Anne and Mikes Anna for the rest of them. I hope they nev- er name and daughters for their mothers. Randall also have an unmarried daughter. Thank God they don't name boys Ann or she WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 am. to 8:00 MONDAY -- WEDIqESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB B would probably marry one, too. Well - MeT Christmas. May. TURKEY DINNER SERD TO PARO pUpTL A turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served at the Zion Lutheran Parochial School Wed. nesday noon by the cooks, Mrs. Willard Remmert and Mrs. Gilbert Spenler, to 100. Guests besides the high school and parochial students who eat there regularly, were the Rev. and Mrs. Martin Rothe, the school bus drivers, namely Carleton Drake, Jim Jackson, Bert Fraim, Harold Scheuier, Bob Keck; also [two members of the school board and the local Courier photograph- er, Mrs. Ray Lynch. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Anna M. Voile, Glenn E. Voile and Dale R. Voile, Village of La- tham, to Richard E. and Mary C. Purcell, north half of lot 9, all of lots 10 and 15, block 1, Joynt's 2nd Addition to the Village of La- tham. Katherine N. Vaughan, Village of Latham, to Merle E. Miller,: )art of southwest corner, section 36, township 18 north, range 1 west. The Weaher Last Thursday the sun came out and began working on our 3 inch snow fall of Monday night and Tuesday morning. Our temperature was 24 for low and 34 degrees for high, Friday found the mercury at about the same level and Thurs- day. Was another cloudy one. Rain at 2:30 p.m. continued until a. bout 7:30 pjm. when it changed[ to a heavy snow storm which continued into the nighL Saturday morning temperature was 20 degrees, a most DeauUfttl sight met the eye as the snow clung to everything. A "Winter Wonder Land". cold all day. Sunday dawned with snow fall- ing, quite heavy at times. Was a cold day. Christmas Day found snow fall. hag, but only a short flurry. Was [cold (in 20's) all day. BUT, we had a WHITE CHRISTMAS, and a beautiful day. Tuesday dawned clear. The sun ame out and melted a lot of our snow, making some ugly scenm-y in spots. But, in late evening we received a light snow which cov- ered the bare spots again. The i snow was light in weight and did not continua very long. A low temperature for Wednes. day morning. It was around 12 degrees. Clear and sunny. Began !Miler Mt. ;: Mrs. Mary and Mabte; On Sunday the family again gathered for a Chztstm dtane and EMo mad family  pruD- ent:at'the O. G: Howe's, St. Mr. and Mrs. George Howe and sons-of Mereed, Calif., were guests at theO. G, Howe, Sr. home Sat- urday. Mr. Howe is with the Air Force and: will soon leave for Spain wlm he will a0cve for the U. S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs, O. G. Howe, Sr. ,vere Christmas Day guests of '. and Mrs. John W. Smith and !family. M. and Mrs. H. A. Trinity snowing about @l]t-am. other 1 inches. Tllurs was a cold (me. Pmmi three thrmomuatem we got two 0 and a 3 below. North wlnd For always and always, I'll rememb, today How ymz held z amd: me In tho tenderest w, Even tho you may leavme In my heart yot will stj: Though I'm lonely tomorrow I'll remember today. I'll remember the music And the welcoming skies ;and family of Decatur wee other How the-sound-o your voice I guests present. Proved the love in your eyes I -- -- ......... For as long aBI live dear, I(%PlT&/ ]z,rj 111 remember today I" ,v..z.r.-- z'..v,v'J How you whispered "I love I Mrs. Floyd Buckles was a med- OU" y , l Ical. patient from Sunday, Dec. 10 In the tenderst way Through the winds of Dexber And the magic of May Through a minion tomcuws, I'll remember today. Anonymous. Latham BY  Otis G. Howe, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Buckles spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Bkles ad family. Mrs. LuciIle Swisher of IAn. cohn; Mr. and Mrs. RoIla Gordy of Nian . and Mrs. Jhn 7_arammer of Lincoln, Ethel Burns of Lin, Mr: and Robert Holmes and r, Clndy of Alton we Day guests of Mr. ax Mr& Ralph C. Buckles and family. Mr. and:Ml ldo 2':. Howe, and until Saturday, Dec. 16, at ALM hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Earl Baztin of th vicinity was discharged from Memorial Hospital, Springfield, on Sunday. Dec. 24, after a lO-day stay where she treated with X-ray and physical therapy for arthritis of the spine. Bert Gfllurn, who wa a patient for several week in ALM hpR- r al in Lneoin, was transferred to i Illinois Veteran's Hos at Dwight, recently, Sunday Mrs. Glllum and two of her sons, Paul and wife of Lake Charles, La., and Donald . :w of Ramo went to Dwig for a holiday visit with Vir: Glllum. " Mrs. Evett Pxuit, injured, re: cenUy in an auoacdden was re- leased from ALM day. Frederick Lipp, a ALM hospital several turned to his home Mrs. Keith Shehorn wa ed from ALM hospital Ralph Conoway St. Clara's hospital, Saturday medical treatment. Mrs. John Bryson of was a patient in St. Clara's pital, following a fall. Dismissed from St. pital on Saturday were: Ergland, Hatcil LaMar andl] Keith Howe and son. Troll Turner who has patient for several l Clara's haspital, Lincoln, missed Tuesday afternoon was brought home in the ambulance. James Kelly, a patient for oral days in St. Clara's wa released Monday and to the home of his parent, and Mrs. Floyd Kelly. Mrs. Clara Hahn is a patient in the Anaheim Hospital, 1111 W. LaPalm= heim, Calif., Room 104. Sh, i appreciate hearing from friends and relatives. Miss Sue Clifton, North ington St., who has been a ent a short time in the pital at Lincoln, was taken  ,nursing home in AtlanCa, ly. Sig Sakowicz tells beatnik who received a gift. He couldn't mind what to do with it slash a tire. 00DREN'S; PICTURES, TAKEN I00.EE AND PUBLISHED son Tommy an@  Richard Howe arnved: Stmday to spend ho00. IN TIMES,NEWS O. G. H S;'  were j stranded in the s  slarn hal A ex ....... - Y Mr_ a M m,o o. I . pen cmlaren s pnotog. from PowdL ............. I pner with all the necessary  wo. aim mcnara equipment for this specialized from Kirby, Wy er' they are taken_ wazt some additional obun a, limited Work, wL! be here Monday, Jan. 8th. Pictms will be taken at Modern Plumbing & Heatinff and will be ope ,from 10 a.m. to5 p.m. There is nocharge to the par- eros. There are alutely no strings to this invitation. It is bonafide, in eve  of, the word: Parents do not have-to be ubseribers, nor even readers of this newspaper to take advantage of tMs feature.. Neither are they oligaed ,to purchase pictures aft, l%zll, hi. P/ume. 92,395L. Mr. and Ma Joim Wattdster, Mr. and Mtt. Tom Ial: amt:daugh- ter Kay, Ma. Mary Millet, and MiSs, Mabie MElt,  Snday gtuaZ Of Mr: asld M. Eugene Wacher and fly, and.. J W, and Merle :.C Day : tr and Mr. and, M. O. G: Howe, Sr. had a family supper-S&turday evening. Those ag  were: Mr. and Mm. Everett HOwe and family, Lattmm; Mr; and Mrs. Den Howe and sozm oL:Warrens- burg; Mr. and M. John Howe and daughter, Chestmat; Mr. and M, Otis G. HOwe, Jr., dau- You say you had presents for every one? Stme, ya remembered the kid the-wife, brothers, sisters, cousins, and even Aunt Effie. BUT00WHATABOtrrYOUR CAR? It desex. - Cbri, gift, too. Bring it in to4ay, for. s, plete lubrication and chane, of. oil. At the same time we'll check it over to make certaiw it's read-for all the cold-, m t coe In re- turn for th gift, y ow. car will give you miles of trouble-free driv- ing this winter season_ DON,T mement with the sentative when pose they want paper. It is entirely up to The Mere, , te The Times.News sn )ictures of all the the moe, the better. So the i ors and Fathers of the it3' in which thia should remember the ; 8th ,at Modern Plumbing.& ing, and not fail to children to the calling MRS.,. IGY LYNCH, SPEND ITI: IIAVES SAY[ CI.IRISTMAff GIFT CASH,. C.s soNm md gifts m eontinue to gt pleasure i'laxdR llFmr,'ff placetn aavtap ,,hore. It is availal lat if ml it. ]mawiflle it m-lm hard eara- i.t our above av-arate. ..,.o save fl