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mmat PULASXl TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulask mmols and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress 9, 1879. . HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher : Terms of Subscriptions: ..$1.25 Year ....... : .............................. $2.5o Every Thursday ' FEBRUARY 1961 S M T W T F S " " - 1 234 5 6 7 8 91011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 .... ,L NEWS Leslie DePoister returned Thursday from Lawton where she had taken her Mrs. Leslie De- Jr. The younger Mrs. De- remained in Oklahoma. who is serving in Army, has been trans- from Ft. Leonard Wood, Lawton, recently. Mrs. Dean Cullen and Robert visited in Emden on with relatives, Miss Tena and brother Henry. and Mrs. Donald Waddeit, east of the city, were visit- Peoria Saturday. Delmar Slagell, of Spring- was in Mount Pulaski on and attended the district of 4-H Club Leaders. The was held in the Metho- also made a short with her parents, Mr. and Dittus, north of the city. Cornland Home Bureau meet Friday, Feb. 8, at at the home of Mrs. "Health Practic- a Happy Family" will be topic given by Mrs Drake. Roll call will be with an interesting T. Zumstein, student at College, spent the week- with his parents, the Rev. Ray O. Zumstein. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, in St. Peter, Ill., Sunday attended the celebra- the 50th wedding anni. of his sister and her hus-i and Mrs. Otto Gehle. until Monday. Voelker, Mrs. Wil- and Miss Norma were callers in Decatur on l to probate the will of Mrs. Minnie L. Mayer of Pulaski, was filed in Logan court, Lincoln, Monday, 30, listing value of personal and real estate as un- Two sons, Norma C. and Robert: W. ,of Champaign, were nam- MyriclL daughter of Mr. Francis Myrick of this participate with the 90- State Normal Uni-: Band, when they a mid-winter concert in auditorium, Tuesday, Feb. p.m. Beth is a sopho. at ISNU and plays the pic-  Wilbur Stoll, Mrs. Harold Mrs. Ray Lynch and + eth Stoli, Brownie and Scout leaders, attended the dinner meeting of the Girl Scout Court- m. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2, INI cil, Tuesday evening, at the Douglas Methodist Chch in Springfield. They were each pre- sented a special insignia for be- ing leaders. There were 188 at the dinner. Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker has been chosen as a delegate to the National Convention of the Luth- eran Women's Missionary League to be held at Pittsburgh, Penn. in July. The cheerleaders of Chestnut grade school, went home on the bus with Janet Roos and spent the night, Wednesday, Jan. 25, to help her celebrate her 14th birth- day which was on the 26th. They were Delores Leimbach, Betty King, Cathy Hein and Marion Stoll. The girls all rode the bus back to school the next day. Raymond Cromwell, Kenney postmaster, has announced that a new or remodeled postoffice is being planned for Kenney. The city firemen feted their wives to the annual firemen's dinner Wednesday evening of this week at Harry and Mary's. Steak and chicken were enjoyed. There were 36 present. BOX SOCIAL NETS $60 FOR POLIO FUND AT LEGION HOME The Polio Fund netted $60 at the. Box Social held in the Amer- ican Legion Home, Monday even- ing of this week. This affair, the only one held in this city for the benefit of the Polio Fund, was sponsored by the Sil-Tennial Belles, who came dressed in their Sil-Tennial outfits. The program consisted of num- bers by the SiI-Tennial Belles, with Mrs. Julian Sams as the di- rector and Mrs. Edwin Stahl as accompanist. Mrs. Dean Schultz sang two numbers, "Roses of Pic- cardy" and "Jeanie With me " Light Brown Hair," with Stahl accompaning at the piano. After the program, Gene Howe auctioned the boxes, baskets and cakes that had been brought by the Belles. Mrs. Grace Buckles, chairman, served coffee to those present. The Polio fund in the city will close when the Polio collection folders are collected from the var- ious schools. GEORGE KOENIG BACK AFTER TWO YEARS SERVICE George Koenig of Chestnut has completed his two year term in the service and returned home Fri- day. George was in the Army Band at Huntsville, Ala. He will work with his father in the Ray- mond Koenig Garage at Chestnut. GARDEN CLUB TO PLAN FLOWER SHOW TRIP TO CHICAGO Members of the Mount Pulaski Garden Club enjoyed a potluck dinner in the Muldoon Memorial Building club room Thursday, Jan. 26, at 12 o'clock noon. After the dinner there was a demonstration of how to make log planters, by Mrs. Oswald Brooker. These planters are very popular as gifts, and are very decorative. Slides of the last flower show as well as slides of the Momence Garden Show, and the Williams- burg Gardens, were shown. All enjoyed the afternoon program. Miss Marie Sams and Mrs. A. J. Lyons, co-chairmen of the Gar- den Club, were responsible for this get-together. Plans were discussed concern- ing a bus trip to Chicago for the Spring Flower Show at McCorm- ick Place in March. The tenta- tive date of Thursday, March 16, was talked of and several sign- ed up for the trip. Anyone who may be interested in going to this show may contact Miss Sams or Mrs. Lyons as soon as possible, since the bus will accommodate only 37 passengers. The club urges the citizens of Mount Pulaski to plant pink an- nuals this spring so that the city will be abloom with pink flowers for the Sil-Tennial celebration in July. Pink Petunias will bloom all summer and until frost, and !are easy to care for. %PFNA TOWNSHIP CANDIDATES NAMED Nominations of candidates for town offices in Aetna township, in the caucuses held in Chestnut Saturday, Jan. 28, include following: For Supervisor: Harry Randolpt the incumbent, Democrat, and Dwain Marten, Republican. For Assessor: Wilbur Maus, in- cumbent, Republican. Town Clerk: Avolda Ulrich, in- cumbent, Republican. Candidate for Town Board of Auditors: Alvin Rentschler, Demo- crat; Robert Myers and Emanuel Hunter, Republicans. Woman: A creature that sheds at the slightest provocation. LUNCHEON MEATS Best Quality. Freshly Sliced While You Wait BROWN'S SERVICE ESTATE URANCE MFA AUTO INSURANCE SECOND CAR COVERAGE (CAR OR PICK UP) Costs You, 2500 Less INCLUDES: BODILY INJRY - PROPERTY DAMAGE . COMPREHENSIVE . COLLISION AND MEDICAL PAY Compare --.Before You Renew MFA AUTO INSI/RANCE GIVES YOU BROAD COVERAGE -- LOW MUTUAL RATES -- COAST-TO-COAST  SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Management GENE B. HOWE Senacker R MO'IqT PS= n sw 2.s6ss It Ph. SW2-5345 Cooke & Spengs Sts. PULASKL ILL. Honor Roll At W-L High School Following is the honor roll for Warrensburg-Latham Jr. High: Eighth Grade Honor Roll 4.(X)--Sheila Jones. 3.86---Joyce Albin, Jean Gentry, Diane Wentworth. 3.71--David Real, Pat Rodgers. 3.57--Ada Row. (Honorable Mention) 3.43---Mike Carter, Lynn Grolla, Richard Lehn, Jerry Park, Hazel Robinson, Ronnie Runkel. 3.29--Pat McClure, and Francis Quimby. 3.14--Beverly Brown, Kathleen Jeschawitz, Carol Flach, Larry Staples, Cynthia Haskell, Jane Taylor. 3.(--Jim Bulla, Rormie Corsan, Mark Collin, Delores Deal, John Edgecombe, Barbara King, David Ray, Gilbert Rosenberger. Seventh Grade Honor Roll 4.0(O-Tom Fogerson, Steve Stal- ey, Sandra Stone, Pat Linda York. 3.67--Katherine Dierker, anne Catlin, Adele Rozanski. 3.50--Carol Ann Beall, Stoll, Linda Koger, Linda all, Darrell Birch. : (Honorable Mention) 3.33---Carolyn Creason, Gaston. 3.17---Carol Sue Earl, Allen Ima Jean Grandfield, Paul Danny Howe, Linda Hughes, Wally Rotz. 3.0(0--Barbara Keller, Kay er, Danny Rasar, Marilyn Martin Buth, Janis Cox. + \\; evq American consumers boosted Feb. their spending for American fot products a little more than 5 Joh percent each year during tl mee 1950s. Population growth accouniJ pxa. for about two-thirds of the gro! Rom th in food demand. Higher in-city. comes and improved diets are Tl Wec responsible for the other one-:: wit third, jot : SEE FRED HOLMES FOR YOUR TRENCH WORK In Making Sewer Connections DIAL SW' 2-5617 MOUNT PULASKI ANNOUNCING . . . GUY O. HATHORN Latham, I11. CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR OF LAENNA TOWNSHIP -- Subject To- Republican Caucus To Be Held FRIDAY. FEB. 3. 1961 7.00 to 8:00 P.M. SCOUTING STRENGTHENS AMERICA BY BUILDING CHARACTER On Feb. 7 - 13th, we celebrate Boy Scout Week, the 51st Anniversary of Scouting. It is a day when we pay tribute to the 5 million Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Explorers and leaders who have combined learning with fun, developed + honor as an ideal and formed an organization which is the envy of the world. Success to our scouts and scouting. Long may you work to help keep America the land of the free and the home of the brave. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PulmkL Illinois