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MOqT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS I Mrs. Muriel Upp Boyden return- o Mount PulaskL Illinois ] ed home Tuesday from a winter's stay in St. Petersburg, Fla. Published and entered as second Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland eJa.. matter in the post office at and Mr. and Mrs. Glover Mat- Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 1% thews, left this Thursday morning 1930, under the Act of Congress on an auto trip to Fort Pierce, Fla. on March 9, 1879. on a vacation of three weeks. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 C nq. Year .................................... $300 Published Every Thursday MARCH 1961 S M T W T F S - " - 1 234 5 6 7 8 91011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 " Mr and Mrs. John Cook left last Friday night for their home in Earl Grey, Saskatchewan, Canada, following a few weeks' visit in the Lake Fork commun- ity with her sister, Mrs. James B. Follis and brothers, Clydo and Harold Febus. --NOW IN STOCK! Arrow and Munsinec Spring Short Sleeve Sport Shirts of cotton, knit, orion acnylic and acrilan acrylic. Many colors and styles to choose from. $3.98 to $5.00. Huston & Paolone's Men's and Boys" Store. JABEZ CAPPS BARRACKS MEETING HELD MONDAY A meeting of the Jabez Capps Barracks No. 260, Mr. Pulaski, was held in the American Legion Home Monday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m. Curt Hartseoh, of Creve Coeur, was present to give a talk It was announced that a dist- rict meeting would be held in Lincoln Tuesday, April 4, at 1:30 p,m, LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. William Ferris, daughters Catherine and Karen, Of  Jose, visited last Thursday With Mrs. George J. Smith. NEPHEW l.tn BY FALLING TOWER Harley Wayne Mooney, 27, of Monticello, Ill., nephew of Walter Warren of Mt. Pulaski, was kill- ed instantly Friday, March 10, 1961, when a 150-ft. steel tower on which he was working, col- lapsed, throwing him to the ground, at the Atomic Energy Commission installation at Oak Ridge, Tenn. Mr. Mooney was an employee of the Midwest Tower Service Co., Monticello, Ill., which was con- structing the tower. Injured was Elwood L. Shuler, 34, of near Knoxville. He was re- moved to Oak Ridge hospital where he was reported in serious condition. Witnesses said the men, sitting on a crossarm, were attempting to fasten a guy wire to the top of the anterma-typo tower, being erected at an atomic plant con- struetion project, The tower started to sway and the men began scrambling down. Before they could reach safety, the tower buckeled and collapsed. Mooney was catapulted to the ground and Shuler rode the brok- en section down. Mr. Mooney, a-veteran of the Monday from three weeks in Day- tona Beach, Fla. Their older dau- ghter Gloria (a Warrensburg H. S. student) accompanied them They bought a trailer house to take with them. Measlesand mumps prevail. No school Friday, was a teachers' meeting. Chancy Myers from N. of Ken- ney, was a caller here Monday Clarence Rau is "down in his back" again and not able to at- tend services Sunday. Strong wind Friday, snow and showers put a stop to field work. Rainy all day Sunday till after! midnight. No severe storm as l warned of. Some lightning and CLU MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR Democratic Candidate For R e - e ! e c " i A ouucj t the horn 11 Wue THOS. A. GUPTON, SIL Yinond  Mrs. ' Ralph Blackburn, formerly, of :::" Mt Pulaski, now residing in ' ord, visited in the city last at the homes o Mr. and Harold Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dannenberger and Mr. and Thomas A. Gupton, Sr. Mrs. Grace Wagner and Mrs. J. Smith were rn Decatur Friday on a business trip. Nenia Gaffney was a visit- \\;or in Dawson from Friday to Sun- :day. Mrs. John T. Downing visited in ::eoin Monday and Tuesday her daughter, Mrs. Donald ::. Barringer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn Chicago last week and at- the convention of the Ill- . Petroleum Marketers Ass'n. H. Anderson is expect- the last of this week an auto trip to Chandler, where he took his wife son Stevie about 10 days a- are staying in Arizona of Stevie's health, but been home to attend the of their daughter Bar. lmm Jo and Gary Rentmeister on Feb, 26th. Harry Wayne Milner, son of and Mrs. Harry Milner, Sr., :who is serving in the US. Air Force in Japan, arrived home on I y evening for a three weeks !furlough with his parents, and' Lisa. He will also wslt his: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde l in Lake Fork. He leaves  4th from Denver, Colo, to to Japan. try a Danny Dare Sport on the little one. Eton suits with short pants. available, matching long Suit just $4.98. Extra pants Sizes 2- 4. Sport Coats, siz- Z-7 - $I.98 and $8.98. Huston Pomlone's Men's and Boys" r- and 1 ad Mrs. Y on ,?,d, 1 r- Mr. a oll of Cl The DW {arch alter 81 Mr. and Mr Clarence Stogdell IlL, spent the weekend Ms sister and husband, Mr. aid Mrs. Bert Lovelace. , and Mrs. Oscar Beaver re- home last Thursday aft- several wee, ks on vacation to Mississippi, Texas tl ill Old Mexico 17th District Federation of Clubs held a board Monday, March 13, at YWCA in Bloomington. At- from the Mount Pulaski Club were, Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Fred Froeh- Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. Kretzinger and from the l Woman's Club, Mrs. Ray Rich- and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. . H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: to 12 M. - 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) Office and Residence Phone SW 2-5213 P.O. Box 67, Mount Pulaski, IlL 301 S. WASHINGTON ST. and other students who eat at the heat of nights needed. Their ad-! school, will be held Saturday, j dress is 4137 N. Oracle Rd. March 25 at 9 a.m. in the Modern I Mrs. Jr. Emrick and Carmen Plumbing and Heating Store on(Sue called on H.A.K., Friday. the the south side of square. I hubcap we found was off their The proceeds will be used for{ ear. the hot lunch program. The Gerald Rau's arrived home i I VOTE FOR Tommie D. Ilavener, Sr. There will be a covered dish Korean War, was born in Piatt county Dec. 9, 1933. He was mar-j{ Fvea dinner given in the Legion Home Election, Tuesday, April 4, 1951 on Sunday, June 11, for members ried in Rogers, Conn. on Feb. 21, of the Barracks and their fam- 1957, to Norma Carbaho, who{| d rs7 surw,ces with their son Kevin, 2 "' ilies, and American Legion vet-} " " . .. [I YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED erker ol [ The body was returned to me ll try^ erans and their families. Bring a[Maekey Funeral Home in Monti-" ] "hn .e: xtc no covered dish and own table ser-lcello ' for funeral services and] A n : vice More details later. ]burial on Tuesday morning. { [i ) "1: a..[  I Mr and Mrs Warren attendedll _ _ IZ e " " el } AUSTIN NEWS {I HORUKA The Lake Fork Christian Chur-  Yrick. ch will hold a bake sale at the und KRAUT Hilltop Electric in Mount Pulaski| By att  I I ........... g at th, 9na.m.Friday' March 31, starting at[, Patricia Heft of Flora spent l| -   e:  : 'the week end with home folks. "I ' /I n_." k-;.d' All donations will be greatly] Word from Mrs. H. B. Sill of ., i { B { { :' ] appreciated. I Decatur of 738 W. Grand Ave.  _m_   Le w t PTL TO HOLD BAKE |They have moved to 406 Long- - -- -- - t nChL SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 25 { view Place. nd a A Bake Sale sponsored by the| Mrs. Henry Davis writes from In on { Tuesday March 21 ' PTL of the Zion Lutheran School Tucson, Ariz. Weather is nice, no lavan ' : 1:30 ' ehlict AMERICAN LEGION HOME r, Mount PulaskL Illinois Z 4. fil $1.50 PER PLATE. Serving . 5:30 P'ptur YOUR Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR of Mt. Pulaski Township Election, April 4. 1961 SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED THANK YOU. CHANNEL CATFISH --- FRIDAY -- You can have them Fried to take out, or uncooked at 78 per lb. READY TO COOK FRESH SHRIMP uncooked to take out 75c per basket OF 21 READY-TO-COOK CHICKEN and STEAI AT ALL TIMES AFTER 4 P.M. HARRY'S and MARY'S EAST OF MOUNT PULASKI WE'LL ROLL IT OUT ALL THE WAY We'd like to be among the first to shake your hand and welcome you to our friendly commun'dy. And if there is any- thing we can do to help you in getting seffll, please stop in. Sooner the better. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PulaskL Illinois t few thunders. No strong 'hail here. Sun shone for while Monday a.m. - sprinkling at n a.m. Cloudy yet Tuesday a.m. Sa was a real spring day, bees out and no flowers---did see{ inVited t, yellow crocus open. Grass The Loya gheat growing and so green. 2e Christi / uao e ehur CARD OF "rH . :1 " o. . n at the  s. Orvilh during the illness a d 10th ..... fmthm%dtoOfcUr loved one, Lt;;:t  " "-e ..,tlt the horr Tn   ThUrsd , ---g Pot a "J go an(