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February 23, 1961

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day ::i;i lip 9:o0#&apos; vice, m2 ).m. ;{ RF, EETING OF . WO)d*S CLUB MARCH 2 The regular meeting of the Jr. Woman's Club will be held on Thursday, March 2, at the Mul- doon Memorial building. Since Mrs. Ruth Steppe, who is Miss Ruth of the Romper Room "IV program was unable to be present, for the February meet- ing, sh will present the program for this meeting. Mrs. Robert Cline is program chairman. The meeting will be- gin at 8 p.m. s SIL - TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS relatives and friends. We would- n't miss it. We wish you all much success. Enclosed is our contribution. Mrs. Ira Green. The response to the Sil-Tennial I letters sent out has been verv l gratifying as you can  b' I reading some of the comments received from former residents. More and more letters are be- ing .sent out as folks come in to ]pick up three or four form let- ters to mail to former residents. Drop in today and pick-up as many as you need. They are Free'. UL .t,m00_aAv. rDw00m'! -. ___ _ ..... p ENTERI'AINF AT DR i Dyer, Ind. to help csre for IN DECATUR RESTADANT [ Andersen children whi ] Warren Andersen was in a Mr. and Mrs. Albert LilUeh cago hospital where he went surgery. Rev. Andersen was a pastor at the Chestnut church. OiImi: A person who only the down payment. Wolf.- A man who wan levity and the pursuit of b F ....... 19201 Van Aken Bh'd. A.H. Tomlinson. ATHER.DAUGHTER BAUKI- . = ....... '-'hio SATUDRAy, MARCH llth [ nal<er tlelgric, A Father and Dau hter ban J We are looking forward to the Millburn, N. J. . . _ g .  [issue of the Bound Copy of the 23 Myrtle Av/e. quet, honoring the trowme cou J--v,mir Edition with c, reat an- We exrct to be with you in the Girl Scouts and their dads, l..Y? :. '  spirit during the Sil.Tennial, even . " , . Wlll be held at the St John's l:lc(pa:2:( .Mrs. George A. Pattlson though we cannot be present in Lutheran Church, Saturday, Mar. peon. 11, at 6 pxn. Philadelphia 41, Pa. We have enclosed a contribu- The meal will be in the form :5515 Wissahiskon Ave. tion for the Bound Copy of the of a potluck fried chicken supper. Enclosed is our contribution There will also be a program for the Bound Copy of the Sour- Souvenir Edition - Our kindest regards to all. enir Edition. My husband and I B I R T H S 00ope to be in Mount Pulaski for Mr. and Mrs. Henry gonderlieth your celebration. We will visit Estherville, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shehorn are ,ir. and Mrs. Leith Lucas. 924 - 1st Ave., North Parents of a son, born Thursday, Mrs. Frank G. Adams Enclosed is our contribution Feb. 16, in the ALM hospital. RR.2. Mountain Grove, Mo. for the Bound Copy of the Souve- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gressel Am enclosing a contribution, nir Edition. of Blue Island, are parents of a I am the dauahter of Mr. and If you want any information daughter, born Sunday morning, Sirs. Fred Rentshler and lived on the life of Frank Capps, who Feb. 19. She weighed 7-1bs. 6-oz. west of the city until my mar- as a cousin of mine, he has a - " sister, Mrs. B. P. Lauorence, whose This is their second girl. Grand- riage, addre is 1219 E. 4th South St., Parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Have subscribed for the Times- Koehler of Lake Fork. The too- ,ws ever since I retired with Salt Lake City 2, Utah. Bess F. Ralston. tiler is the former Linda Koehler. my husband in the Ozarks. Sirs. Mabelle Rentshler Ogletree Wichita 3, Kansas NOTE OF TIIANKS 1441 Perry Ave. We would like to express our Westchester, Ill. We are looking forward to see- thanks and appreciation to all 2233 Buckingham Ave.. our relatives and friends who sent Please reserve two copies of the mg you in July, 1961. Have enclosed our contribution us such lovely gifts and cards for Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edi- our 50th wedding anniversary, tion, one for myself, and one for enirfr aEdition.BOund Copy of your Sour- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leimbach my good wife. Elsie. Jabez Capps was my grand- Our warmest personal regards father and Mount Pulaski is my and all gcd wishes on the great home town. PAID! occasion. Mv father was the late Harry We shall be there, the Lord B. (lapps, who passed away Jan. willing.  10. 1957, in his 97th year of age. Sincerely, Dean Downing. Damon B. Capps of "The Dallas", h:l x, i' Farmers Auto UMniured Motorist Coverage pays your ksses from injury when the other driver is at fault and does not have insurance. who celebrated their 38th wed- ding anniversary February 7, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irwin, who will celebrate their 38th anni- versary March 7, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, were the Lil- Wenona, Illinois lieh's dinner guests at the Swartz Restaurant in Decatur on Tuesday Box 297, evening. We arc enclosing a contribution An earlier date was planned for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir but Mrs. Lillich was called t Edition. We are glad to have a part in this memorable undertaking. Paul R. Moore Thayer, Illinois Oregon, is my brother and my Yes. we have a warm spot in sLster, ttarriet Manes lives in Mt. or hearts for the old home town Pulaski. and plan to be there for the big Ahvays enjoy the Mount Pul- celebration, to mingle again with aski paper. Paul and Florence Capps Shelley l encouraged to attend this contest LOGAN COUNTY land school. Vo. Ag. Instructors 4-H- FFA JUDGING I cooperatimg with the Extenson CONTEST & SCHOOL l00r00,ice in this judging contest land school are Harold Elliott, The Logan County 4-H and Atlanta High School; Eldon FFA judging contest and school Behlle, Elkhart; R. O. Polley, will be held March 11 at the Hartsburg; Os(.ar H. Ingram, Mid- George Weiber farm at Elkhart dletown; Donald Miller, New Hol- at 9:30 a.m. This contest and land; Don Youngkin, Lincoln; school will take the place of the Dorr Simer, Beason; and Robert 4-H contest held during the first Albers, San Jose. week in June. The 4.H Fatstock judging team i CIIESTNUT RAISES wilt be selected from the results ! $547 FOR POLIO of this contest. : Earl Holmes and Todd Buehleh Tom Deedy, well.known live- tea-chairmen of the Polia Drive at k ud e m c?ntral Illln mr stoe j g " " " "' I Chestnut, report a total of $547 will be the one to give the final la s the result of their recent ham platings and conduct the school, and bean supper, sponsored for at which goc<l and bad points of the Polio Drive. livestock will be discussed. All 4.H and FFA members are Sil-tennial Year in 1961. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM. ILLINOIS Mr. Pulaski Dial SW 2.3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Dory Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski. Illinois _.___ AMBULANCE SERVICE ------ INSURANCE Phone SW 2.5215 brr. PULASKL ILL. end Casually Insurance Re-elect THOS. A. GUPTON, SIL Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Election. Tuesday, April 4, 11 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED DON'T  INSUltED AI=ETY .JF plus n aftrafive Pro/q / WHERE yo. s00,,e DOES make-00,*DIF00 CONVERSATION TIMING Conversations over our free lines between Mount Pulaski, Latham, and Chestnut, will automatically be disconnected when the conver- sation has progressed from 6 to 8 minutes. Two warning tones will be applied to the line; the first tone at one minute before disconnection; the second tone at 10 seconds before disconnec- tion. Mount Pulaski Telephone Oompany