Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
December 28, 1961     Times
PAGE 12     (12 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 12     (12 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 28, 1961
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




BRYSON, 66, OF ID, DIED county relatives received the night of Wednesday,. of the death of Robert J. of Chatsworth, Calif. J. Bry,son, a son of the John Harris and Esther Bak- i  Bryson, was born in Oak, ibr., :Dec. 20 ,-1895, and died at his home in California Monday, 19, the day before his 66th the death of his mother,  familFmoved to the vicinity  Corn!and, II1., where he resid-  until moving to California in . 7, 1919, he Imarried Ethel Ross of Lake Fork, and :began housekeeping on a northwest of Cornland; moving to California, he employed by Sears, Roebuck for over 20 .years, until his rement in recent years. his wife, he is survived a n, Robert, in Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Lois Kluz, Calif.; one grand- Randy Kluz, of Chadsworth; Shella Lynn of Seattle, Wash; and the sisters and brothers:- Lloyd Day of Springfield, Mrs. Everett Cherry, Elkhart, Minnie D. Bryson, James Bryson, D. Harris Bry- and John H. Bryson, all of land services were held in Nuys, Calif. FELLOW KND REBEKKH IN DISTRICT MEETS Odd Fellows and Rebekahs a District meeting in the hall on Friday evening, at 8:00 pan. on the program will Sil-Tenniai Kitchen Band a barber shop quartet. The will be followed by a District comprises lodges Decatur, Mt. Zion, and Kenney as well as SINCERE KPPRECIATICN humbly grateful for the acts of :kindness and extended to us the illness and the pass- from this life of our loved Your sympathy and consol- words have done much to us in this hour of sorrow. Bill Baxnhart Family. B ! R T H S the ,'Tew Names In The i ' volurnn of the Blooming- i::i Pantagraph recently the fol- ilK'hag appeared: 'q'he fourth t'hfid born to William and Wilson of Beason, has named Rita Kay Wilson. the sister of Debra Lynette, Eugene and William Day- baby arrived Dec. 14 at, ALM hospital in Lincoln. are Mr. and Mrs. . Poffenbarger of Lincoln and Mrs. Francis E. Wil- Beason. The greatgrand- are Mrs. Rebecca Wilson' , and Mrs. Celia Poffen- Pulaski. born Wednes- 20, in St. Clara's" hos- to Mr. and Mrs. of Beason. [lrs; Ronald Leesman ;of a son, born Thurs- 21 in the ALM hospital. :is the former Ann of Mx. and Mrs. Paternal grand- are Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Leesman of Hartsburg. Mrs. Btmkles is a :great.gravel- and Mrs. Glenn Mason are 0f a son, born Sunday, in the ALM hospital at anti :IWJs. Darrell Knauer- parents of a daughter, born Dec. 26 in the DMC has- Decatur. They now have Grandparents mm and Mrs. Elmer Wachter and Mrs. William Knauer. Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Martin, r.: are parents of a daughter, born' the Abraham Lincoln Memorial h, Tuesday, Dec. 26. The little lady "weighed in at 8dbs. 9-oz. She has three %m.bem. i jCARL FISHER, 10, IFORMIm RESIDENT, IDLED IN PI]ORIA Carl F. Fisher, 80, of Peoria Ill., died in St Francis HQspRal, Peoria, Friday morning, Dec. 22, 1961. He was a baker for John Gramfield in Bloomington. Mr. Fisher was a native of Mount Pulaski. Decedent was born Jan. 27, 1881, in Mount Ptlas, HI., a son of Melchoir and Wilhelmina Morganroth Fisher. "there we several children in the Fisher family and they lived on Soutll Mine ;St. Carl Fisher :attended the Mount Pulaski schools and ther learned the baker's trade. He lat- e: located in Bloomington and re.' mained them until about 10 years ago, when he moved to Peoria to live. Decedent is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William Jones of Phoenix, Arizona. The body was removed to the Beck Funeral Home in Blemn- ington. HI.A. IEI COMING IN UKRY Eligible residents of Logan county will be given the oppor- tunity of enrolling in the Logan County Health Improvement As- sociation again this year during the period from February 1 to February 15. Blue Cross and Blue Shield insurance is available to members of this group .which is open for membership only once a year. For more information art this see the next issue of youz Reflector. WAVERLY GUESTS ATTEND CONCERT Rev. John W. Muir and :family, accompanied by Mr. and .Ms.' [Robert Koons and daugler Myra of Waverly, came up Friday night i to enjoy the concert by the 'high school band. They were high in their praises of the fine musician- ship displayed. Following the concert they spent the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wible. Believe it or not, "Bob" Koons was a part of the Times-News organization in the early 30% having a desire to learn the news- paper business. Since money was a scarce article in these days, he decided he could "starve to death" on a farm just as pain- lessly. But, from the looks of Bob, now, he looks as though he was away ahead on his eating. ;da IN=I= at Tlm.Now- , WII.UAMS, :DIED :SUDD]ILY Chester Wayne Turner, of Will- /amsviAte, :Ill., died suddenly at his kemme Sunday, Dec. 17, at 6:00 pan. Mr. Tin'net, 42 years of age, was born April 27, 1919, near DewsoIL son of Mrs. Mabel Turn- er of Williamsvilie, and the late Scott Turner. He was married to Sarah Ann Feely on September 2, 1947, in Springfield. He was the first San- gamon County draftee in World 'War H, serving five years in the Pacific Theatre. He was a mem- ber of the Methodist Church. i Surviving are his wife and chil- dren Dolly Ann, 13, Danny Wayne 12; his mother; three brothers Robert Lee, in Missouri; Billy in Williamsville; Frederick, Ken- wich, 'Wash. Four sisters, Mrs. Wilma Haman, Chicago; Mrs. Mary Feely of GiUispie; Mrs, Betty Sins, Springeld; Mrs. June Miller, Elkhart; an uncle, Robert , Turner of Mount Pulaski; an aunt Mrs. Alma Davis, of Mt. Pulaski. Matt's and Son had charge of funeral arrangements. Burial was in Walnut Hill cemetery at 2 p. :m. Wednesday, Dec. 20, near '.Wllliamsvflle. MR. AND MRS. JACK McCANH KJI/D J CAll ACCIDENT Mr. and Mrs. JaCk McCn of Peoria, sustained injuries Monday :night, Dec. 25th, when their car eidded on Route 121, on the hill northwest of Hopedale. They were enroute to their home from Lin- coin after spending Christmas with relatives. Mx. McCarm, formerly of Chest- nut, received chest injuries, while his wife, the former Mimi Gor- don of Lincoln, received an injur- ed left 4eg and knee. She was admitted to the Hopedale hospital for emergency treatment. NOTE OF TIIAIr We want to say a big 'rhank You" to the organizations for the Christm Box and to each nd every one else for cards, gifts, and other remembrances. May God Bless you all. (P) Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn Croft. OF I want to thank my friends and mlatlm .for 'the lovely get-well cards, also Christmas cards which I couldn't return, while I was in the Springfield Memorial Hospit- al. They've helped so much to cheer ,me up during the holi- day season and in the future while I am recuperating back to ! noi:m health. :' 'Mrs. -Earl Bastin. :,' WNICll #EARING AID @0 ?@ll LIKE BEST? B,TOIK OFtlR$ Youlmmu vand el ehe *ben you mlect a B44ton 14d.41. You my prefer the sub-miniature Jubitmaldithat fits snugly behind he ear, yet orrects even aevere tommt. Or you eaw.qeoea attmc- m, 4111btweqlld,*mmfortablo J4eej6tume "1.-9..8e YOU AU. THREE Behona Hearing Glaases, amery styled for men and woman. If your loss Is mild, you may select the new thimble-tiny Beltone Utopian "IN-THE;EAR" aid, without-any cords, wime or tdutic tubea. Whichever Beltone you choose, It 18 individually fitted to your own 8poJ Jumrg "loss. tt provldea remadkably mr, higher fldeUty hem atetm.r-le. FREEIIOK--Coma In, phonor write for Illustrated book that de- al me m&mtmootdilf 00LTONE HEARING SERVICE 121 S. 4th St.  528-4693 ImRIRGI'I3LD, ILLINOIS . . IEaICE --  MAKE& LOCAL NEWS Lt. and Mrs. Joe Lueas enter- tained at a pre-Christmas dinner on Friday evening at their coun- try home, southwest of the city, the following relatives being pres- ent: Mr. and Mrs. ROy L. Lucas and children, Marcia and Jeffrey, i of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Byron :DeTaan, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Lucas and Mrs. Marie Lueas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothwell and children are visiting this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Ora Rothwell and other relatives. While here Mrs. Jack Rothwell Was a patient in ALM hospital, Lincoln, for observation, from Wednesday evening until They expect to return home urday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Macomb visited with Mr. Mrs. Raymond Kusterer over Christmas weekend. NOTE OF THANKS We would like to say a "Thank You" for the many greet ing cards and gifts we during the Christmas Season. Rev. and Mrs. Frank E. Convention: A rendezvous men whose wives will accept other excuse for a week's from home. Holiday SPECIAL LADLES SPORTSWEAR Sweaers- Blouses- Slim Jims 20o/0 OFF LADIES DRESSES - 20o/0 OFF CHILDREN'S DRESSES 50% OFF Boys' and en's Sweaers Your Choice 20% OFF BOY'S & MEN'S SHIRTS 20% OFF BOY'S WINTER CAPS 20/o OFF Mens - Women's - Children's SHOES 20o/0 OFF Ladies' Cord or Canvas Oxfords Now $2.49 & Red Ball, Now $4.25 DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Doudg" MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS SAFEST PLACE TO KEEP IT! Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all times, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you.., but costs little! WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS . . . -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. Loans THE FARMERS BANK Mount Pulaski. ILlinois Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation