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Mmmt PulasJd, ILL, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961 IPULASXI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, nltnois and entered as second in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, tmler the Act of Congress 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE IMltor and Publisher Tms of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c Months .................................. $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Every Thursday MARCH 1961 S M T W I" F S " " - I 234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ]9 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 - } Shanle. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert tI. Schahl visited in Villa Park, Sunday and Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stoltz and on Tuesday and \\;Ved. nesday were in Chcago and at- tended the Illinois Funeral Di- rectors meeting at the Sheraton- Blackstone tIotel. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Allspach, southwest of the city, came home recently from a vacation and auto trip of six weeks to points in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. ORVILLE KOEHLER INJURED 'IN FALL Orville Koehler. 52, East Chest- nut St., Mt. Pulaski, a carpenter, employed by his brother Everett, who are building the new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, on Souti] Lafayettte St., sustained serious injuries about 10:15 a.m. Thursday, March 14 when he fqll 16 feet from a scaffold. He was removed to the Decatur- Macon county hospital. Decatur, in the Schahl ambulance, for X-Ray examination and care. Mr. Koehler sustained a severe laceration on the side of his head, !six fractured ribs, and bruises. MR. AND MRS. 'BILL" AYERS MOVING TO ARIZONA Mr. and Mrs. Elbert (Bill) Avers who lived on North Scott St. in Mount Pulaski, have sold their new home to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus of Lake Fork. They will move into the property- as soon as they get possession. Mr. Ayers, an employee of the Decatur Signal Depot the past 14 years, as an engineer, will leave Tuesday, March 27 and with his wife will move to Sierra Vista, NEWS and Mrs. Delmar Slagell of visited north of Mt. over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edd il-Tennial Belles and the of the Brush of this cim- lty, should keep trying to get ! 'mltflts ready. There will be coming up all the time they will be expected to them. Pearl Waddell and Mrs. McCarthy were visitors in Monday. Meister of Arcola, 'spent visiting his mother Mrs. Meister, and his sister, I i Norman Welch. Arizona where he has transferred. Mrs. Jacob Dickey of He will take up new duties in i visited in the city last signal corps work at Fort Hua- with a relative Mrs. Art ehua, a government army post. are former residents. Mrs. Fred J. Roth made Monday to Bloomington. of Vista, Calif., been visiting relatives in Pulaski the past month, in the Navy and left for Great Lakes to be- of Hayfield, Minn., fl his grandparents, Mr. and Uriah Tendick, Sunday. He home on Monday. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard Thursday morning on a and auto trip to Fort other points of interest l, and Mrs. H. A. Kroeckel, of Green Ky., visited here with their daughter, Mr. Frederick A. Lipp and , Whitmore departed Wed- :March 15 for her home in Ontario, Canada, after :to Mount Pulaski sever- s ago to attend the funer- n-in-law, Clarence C. Cullen and son Ro- in Emden Sunday, Miss Tena Kramer Kramer. B Ellen Rentschler, infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Pekin, was christened at the regular worship! at St. John's Lutheran there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Louie Rent- Albert Ebel, of Chest- the former's son and and attended the Ebel was a sponsor Club of Mount Pulas- at the annual held March 2, at by the following Bill Dittus, Ray Letter- Leimbach, Russell Curtis, Ca and Robert W. (Pie) H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN  Office Hours: -a,m. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) and Roaideuce Phone SW 2-5212 67, Mount Pulaski, ILl. ml S. WASHINGTON ST. Daily Photographer Here Sunday Getting Sil-Tennial Pictures Bill Hagen, photographer for the State Journal & Register, Spring- field, was in Mount Pulaski Sun- day afternoon to take pictures of some of the Sil-Tennial celebra- tion folks. He shot pictures of a portion of the Kitchen Band, the members being in their Sil-Ten- nial dresses; the Brothers of the Brush "cops" and their Paddy Wagon and Patrol Car; some humorous shots; etc. A picture of the constructing of the new Catholic Church was in Monday's Journal and Tuesday morning's issue carried a picture of Mrs. Ray Lynch at her sewing machine, working on her Sil- Tennial dress. Mr. Hagen was quite impressed and interesled in the "goings-on" m preparation for the Sil-Tennial. Grandfather Died At Carrollton, m. Mrs. William Wheeler's grand- father, Phillip M. Lutz, 82, of Carrollton, Ill., formerly of Spring- field, died Tuesday, March 21, 1961, at a Jacksonville hospital. Mr. Lutz lived in Springfield 35 years and was employed at the Tclford Barber Shop. Surviving are his wife, Lela; one daughter, Mrs. Mona Dehner, of Lincoln; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Fred and Chris of Fred- ericktown, Mo. Funeral services were held at the Mehl Funeral Home in Car- rollton at 2 p.m. Thursday (to- day), with burial in Carrollton. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED IN LINCOLN Marriage license issued at the courthouse in Lincoln last week- end were to the following: Joe Riedle 'of Mount Pulaski Nursery School: A place where I and Doris Mote of Lincoln. they try to teach children who hit Vernon Leon Hames of War- not to ilit, and children who don't rensburg and Mary Ellen Creag- hit to hit back. er of Mount Pulaski. VOTE FOR Tommie 0. Havener, Sr. Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR of Mt. Pulaski Township Election. April 4, 1961 YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED THANK YOU. Cozy Corner Cafe LATHAM. ILLINOIS Under New Manacjernenf FAMILY STYLE CHICKEN DINNER Every Tuesday and Saturday Evenings HOME-MADE BISCUITS  PRESERVES COFFEE or TEA All You Can Ear for - $1.75 Fish Fry Every Friday Evening Whole Channel Catfish Served with French Fries or Hashed Brown Potatoes Slaw. Rye Bread. Coffee of Tea $1.50 Serving . 5:30 8:30 P. M. -- WEATHER Rain beginning late Monday afternoon, continued into the night. In early evening it rained quite hard then settled down. On Tuesday morning the temperature stood near 40 degrees and a heavy fog covered the area. It lifted and the day remained cloudy and damp. Monday, the First Day of Spring was more like the first day of winter. Temperature was at the 30 degree mark and never climb- ed past 40 all day. Wind quiet. Bad weather is upon us, but it all leads to Summer. showed up Monday but the ther certainly has not beea springlike. This ing was damp and gloomy. sun to brighten the day. night was a misty one left everything wet. The ature is not too bad, being the 40 degree reading this nesday morning and eel more than 4 degrees awaY. This Thursday was miserable day. Light rain low temperature of 37 with change at press time. Very at times. Sell it with a Classified Re-elec THOS. A. GUPTON, SR. Democratic Condidcte For SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Election, Tuesday, April 4. 1961 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED I Nohce. Social Dance Classes 8 LESSONS 8 7th & 8th GRADES --- 9:30 to 10:30 HIGH SCHOOL -- 10:30 to 11:30 Lessons .. $5.00 Paid at First Lesson ----- STARTS --- SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961 TOMISON RECREATION CENTER IT'S READY WHEN YOU WANT ITI That's the nice thing about saving where most people save.., in a bank. There's no waiting, no delay when you want your mon- ey. Simply say the word and it's available at 100 cents on the dollar. Today, no savings plan can equal the con- venience or safety of saving in a bank. In any amounb your account is welcome. RRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PahakL nUnoLs