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Mount Pulaski, PULASKI TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, Illinois 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 mad Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c ..$12. Year ...................................... $2.50 Every Thursday MARCH 1961 S M T W 1 F S " " - 1 234 5 6 7 8 9 10 il 12,3,4 is 16 ,r ,8 20 2, 22 23 24 2s .2z 28 29 30 - : NEWS Wolf of lew Augusta, u 4 i last Saturday for a near Mount Pulaski with ;and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and and  Mrs. Grace Buckles. Z. Whitmore of Windsor, Canada, arrived in Mt. Tuesday, to attend the i of her son-in-law, Clar- Cecil Buckles. , and Mrs. Eugene Geyer Connie visited Mrs. sister, Mr and Mrs. Car- in Pawnee, on Sunday. dinner honored -Mrs. Whose birthday was Wed- Feb. 22. Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. James Hickey and Julia, made an auto to LaHarpe, Ill. and in the home of Mrs. Brook- Charles Greenig and and her father, Louis The latter was 90 years Feb. 1'7 and a dinner Sunday in his honor home where he lives. has often visited in home and has a of friends in the Mount community. Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry arrived in the city on evening. Tuesday they the funeral services of Clarence Cecil Buck- Clarence Bowers and dau- Mrs. Ellis Wood, visited in last Friday with the son, John Bowers, and McAfee, living between and Mt. Pulaski, re- Friday from Chi- he visited with tel- for several days. Mrs. Troll Turner, city, Anna Hutchinson, of visited in Jackson- of last week with Mr. J. O. Cain. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, Feb. 16, there were taken to the Elks Crip- Clinic. There were cases in addition to 35 which were examined recommendations for and Mrs. John Geyer, Mr. Loren Hassebrock and l visited in Easton on 19, at the home of Burnell Stinhour who ] their 25th wed- i Red Cross Bank was held Feb. 17, at the First Chuxch, Lincoln. Ac-" to county nurse Mrs. 74 pints of blood There were 86 don- 12 were rejected. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee at the home of Mr. and Hayden and family on Sunday. from the local high and their principal, Lee were in Champaign on visiting the Univers- Illinois. Making this trip Tendick, Lois Ahrens i John Reeves and Stoll.- John Hinds and Mrs. Ev- co-chalrmen of the of Dimes drive in Elkhart report that the total was $315,05. The Ill, THURSDAY, IBRUARY 23, 1961 Elkhart area contributed $203.75 and the Cornland vicinity con- tributed $111.30. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Neaville were in Springfield Monday night whero they attended a meeting of the proprietors of the Western Auto Associates Stores in this district: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ulrich of Sumner, Iowa, arrived a few days ago for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles, and other relatives. Burkley Neaville of Carrollton, made an auto trip to Mt. Pulaski Friday of last week and visited his brother, Dale Neaville and wife. His mother, Mrs. George because of Steve's health, arrived home Saturday for a couple of weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zelle of Wheaton, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tendick. i Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry of Chicago arrived here Monday evening and on Tuesday attend- ed the funeral services of her nephew, Clarence Cecil Buckles. Clarence Smith of Chicago also attended his cousin's funeral. Mrs. Raymond Wolf and two children, of Decatur, are visit- ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard, for a few days, while her husband is on a business trip to Pittsburgh, Pa. Neaville of Mt. Vernon, who has. been visiting here returned to] History: Something that never Carrollton with him. j happened written by a man who Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis were]wasn't there: in Freeport over the weekend[ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lester]JOB OPPORTUNITIES Werntz and sons, Bobble and Don. I Sunday. They all visited Mr. and BEIN( OFED TO Mrs. Ralph Blackburn and family i CAPABLE PEOPI in Rockford. ! During last fall the foundationl A Chicago employment agency, r the new St. Thomas Aquinas J identified with business and civic Catholic Church oz} South Lafay-J interests for 39 years, has an- ette St., was completed and then I nounced a unique employment re- the weather turned cold and work [cruitment program for Chicago had to be discontinued. But dur- firms to be conducted in four ing last week the weather moder- ated and work was resumed, the steel framework of the building being put in place. Mrs. Eugene Geyer was surpris- ed Wednesday evening when a birthday supper was served in her honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer. Those present to enjoy the delicious meal and help Lucille observe her birthday were: her husband and daughter Eugene Geyer and Connie, - Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hassebrock and son Frank, Miss Margaret Geyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer, Mr. and !Mrs. C. H. Leckbee. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks de- parted several days ago to points of interest in Florida. Mrs. Charles H. Anderson and son Steve, who are making an in- definite stay in Chandler, Ariz. downstate counties next month. This unusual recruitment pro- gram will have a two-fold pur- pose, Mrs. Zinser explained. It will tap a hither-to-fore neglected reservoir of available workers for Chicago businesses, and will se- lect 72 outstanding applicants for a special four-week orientation program with specific employ- ment guaranteed. 72 successful applicants will be given profitable employment at no cost to them, other than a minimum charge for the compre- hensive orientation program. Zin- ser Personnel. Service counselors will also assist this group in find- ing suitable housing. "There are a number of capable men and women in NIacon, De- Witt, Piatt, and. Logan counties who are unemployed," Mrs. Zin- DWAIN MARTEN Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR AETNA, TOWNSHIP Election . Tuesday, April 4, 1961 YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED You're Covered --. When Low Voltage Suddenly Damages Your Refrigerator (And This Is Only A Small Por't Of Your Extensive Coverage) MFA HOMEOWNERS Insurance In Complete Home Protection FIRE -- PERSONAL LIABILITY -- THEFT MFA Homeowners insurance is not just one inflexible policy . . there are 5 dlfferont plans. There's one designed for you. Because it's only one policy -- you pay less btt have more protection. MFA Homeowners is so big you have to see all the coverage to believe it. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT GENE B. HOWE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. R. R. I PIL SW 2-5345 se.r added. "This two-fold recruit- ment program will serve to re- lieve the unemployment in those areas, to give worthy workers career opportunities in a big city, and to create a pool of potential, trained employees for Chicago firms." Specific appointments with the agency's field coordinator, Mrs. Benedict, during her month's canvass, can be made by con- tacting the agency by phone or letter, at the Orlando Hotel, De- catur. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH CARD PARTY The St. Thomas Aquinas Cath- olic Church will sponsor a card party to be held at the former Frazier Coffee Shop building on the south side of square, Friday, March 17. The public is invited. WORDS OF I want to thank every remembered me with also, visits, while I was a at the ALM hospital and returning home. Mrs. Maude Sell it with a Classified DR. H. H. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 (By Appointment} Office and Residence SW 2-5213 P.O. Box 67, Mount 301 S. WASHINGTON VOTE FOR Tommie D. Havener, Sr. Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR of Mt. Pulaski Towhip Electiom April4,1l YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED THANK YOU. Patrol Equipment IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION WATERWAYS. TERRACING. ETC. We Also Do  Tiling, Bulldozing, Open Ditch Work, Clearing Farm Ponds and Concrete Structure. FRED HOLMES Phone SW 2-5617 Mount Pulaski, IlL "Another DEDUCTiONr' Found exactly where ff should be... ambng your cancelled checks. And that is the nice thing about paying by check. At your fingertips you have good evidence of expense, the kind an agent from the Internal Revenue Service likes to see. For your own protection, pay every bill by check. And if you don't, you would be wise to open a checking account before another week goes by'. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois I'