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2--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, MARCH 18, i O7 1 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, Ill. 62548 Published and entered as second clams matter in the post office at iMount PulasM, Illinois, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress On March 9, 1879. JAMES V. DODGE Editor KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher Subscription Rates Three Months $ 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 AdverUsing Display Rates upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Win. Koelder, Lake Fork, accompanied his son, Dave and daughter, Pare, of Morton, Ill. by plane on a business trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They left on Thursday and returned home on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman returned last week from a ten day trip to Hollywood, Florida where they visited Mrs. Merri- man's sister, Mrs. Paul Degner. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cope- land returned to their home Thursday from Brownsville, Tex- as where they had spent the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. John Riddle of Peoria visited Saturday and Sun. day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wlltiams of Decatur, former residents of Chestnut, returned last week lrom Santa Ana, Caht orrtia where they visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Phillips Rev. and Mrs. Clifford D. Smith were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Smith of Springfield. Monday afternoon callers at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Smith were Mrs. Alvena Roos and Mrs. Kelsey Anderson. Mrs. Roos was visiting in the house where she was born and lived as a child. Mr. and Mrs. Williaro Merriman and farrtily of Chicago visited Saturday an una with their parents, DaI Mrs. C. M. Merriman. ' lil| Ladies Return From 3,600 Mile Vacation Mrs. Helen Buckles, Mrs. Maurine McGee, Mrs. Alice Meister and Mrs. Clyde Febus returned recently from a 3000 mile vacation trip to Florida. They called on Mrs. Virgil Holmes in Jacksonville and drove down the East Coast and toured the John F. Kennedy Space Center and St. Augustine. At Lakeland, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Clair Carter and Mrs. Louis Schafer and daughter, Mildred. Attended the Water Ski Re- vue at Cypress Gardens at Winter Haven, also saw Bok Tower. Called on Mrs. Carrie Weller in Wachula. Toured Jungle Gardens in Sarasota and Tiki Gardens in St. Petersburg. Spent 4 days at Largo and Clearwater and visited Mino Gruber and Mrs. Guy Wait and went thru Busch Gardens in Tampa. They stopped in Vicksburg and the National Cemetery and made a tour of homes in Natchez, Miss. Enroute home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Buckles in Rayville, La. and in Memphis, Tenn. visited Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Tipsword and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Aitchison and family. 48 th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George L. Scroggin celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary March 17. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Donald (Betty) Clevenger of Parker, Indiana. Due to their illness, no cele- bration was planned. OUT OF TOWN VISITORS AT TRIBBETT HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ben Snyder of Melrose Park and his sister, Mrs. Norma Copper of Baraboo, Wis- consin were visitors in Mt. Pul- aski last week Tuesday and Wed- nesday with their cousins, Miss Pearl Snyder and Mrs. Georgia Tribbett, and also greeting old friends here and in Lincoln, call- ing on their c9usin, Mrs. Blanche Jarvis it care home, Mr. and Mrs. John Rankin. Visiting at Christian Nursing home with friend, Miss Maude Mann. J -II INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmeyer, Agent ] PliONE: -500 MOUNT PULAS][I Your Cu/: Mno... , SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE s3.85 Phone 792-5418 Mount Pulaski, HI. Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Spenler of Mt. Pulaski announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Mary. to Daniel Davis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Fairbu ry, 1 llinois. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School and a sophomore at Illinois State University. Mr. Davis is a graduate of Fairbury Cropsey High School and will graduate from Illinois State University in June. An August wedding is planned. i Thinking is when your mouth stays shut and your head keeps talking to itself. "TOP O' THE FASHION" SHOW A HUGE SUCCESS A large crowd lurned out Friday evening to view the beau- tiful spring line of fashions from Myers Brothers of Decatur, Illi- nois to make the "Top O" The Fashion" style show a big suc- cess for the Mt. Pulaski Jr. Woman's Club. A large green tipped hat along with green shamrocks and pots of pastel spring flowers was the setting for the fashion show. To complete the St. Patrick's setting a leprechaun portrayed by Matt Whition assisted the models from the stage to the ramp. Intermission was enjoyed by all as the Mt. Pulaski Community Players did several song and dance routines plus their own fashion show entitled "You have come a long way, Ladies!!" Steven Mason drew the lucky tickets at the close of the show fol these door prize winners: S7 Gift Certilicale Myers Bros. donated by Bros. Const. Co. - Mrs. (Marilyn) Edwards. $7 Gift Certificate Zim's Variety Store Zim's Variety - Jeff Edwards $5 Gift Certificate Myers Bros. donated by Bros.- Peggy Gibbs. 2 chicken dinners Barnhart's Cafe - Mrs. Passmore. Shampoo & Set Kay's Topper Boutique - Horn. 2 theatre tickets the Mt. Pulaski Theatre- William Duhs. Refreshments of green and cookies were served who wished to stay. My wife and I had 1 never got to use mine. An exasperated child at the dinner table: it, dear, pretend it's mud." $1.00 OFF ANY NEW PRESCRIPTION rITH THIS cOUPON OFFER GOOD THRU March 24 (Limit 1 Per FarmJy) RAINBOW PHARMACY, LINCOLN i 2 5t00,, You're Never "'Just A Number" Certainly we issue one to you so machines can do the drudgery connected with keeping your account straight, but . . . No piece of equipment can take the place of a friendly smile, a warm handclasp and prompt, courteous attention to your needs the moment you step through our front door. Try it! -- DRIVE-IN WINDOW HOURS -- 8:15 a,m. to 3:00 p.m. Daily ALSO--4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.n on Friday FIRST NATIONAL BANK Federal Deposit Insurance Increased to S20,000 ]PHONE: 792-3216 MOUNT PULASICL ILLINOIS