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 DEITRICH m LocPowr Miss Amelia Baumann received a letter Monday, March 20, from Erie Bischoff of Lockport, telling about her mother's, as Tillie Deitrich, death, which occtu'red several weeks ago. 's. Deitrich was the former llUie Holst, of Mount Pulaski a aUghter of the Rev and Mrs. ghan Hoist. When" the family resided in Mount Pulaski many Years ago Rev Hoist was pastor 'i z the Zion Lutheran Church.  MSTRONG RATED BIRTHDAY Armstrong, son of Mr. Forrest Armstrong of ut, celebrated his third aywith a party in his home V., lar. 17. Games were en- ._d refreshments served. X"LY received many nice gifts. . Uests at the party were: Carol ahJhn. Y Troyer, Dennis and Lrs.'Y.. 5hull Danny Leimbach, A," etty Milelr and Lee, Kelly, 'hl.lJramie Armstrong, brothers e honored guest. eTh CORRECTION e annual town meeting of Mount Pulaski Township will held at 12 30 -m instead of L pa, on Tuesday, April 4, c. e meeting will be held at the hip Office at the Hilltop A moderator will be i - and will proceed to hear __ consiuer reports of officers, to ate money to defray the I -"y expenses of the Town. ! jO] 'FCHEN AT . 'S CHURCH fae is drawing near! Don't membe00 of the St the L,Utheran Church will hold the^aanual Eastern Kitchen in Ailal.Urch basement, Saturday, ,.._-, starting at 10:30 a.m. e'Y re Will be cakes Dies, bread, ers'U, coffee bread',-etc. Mem- ,..are asked to furnish the p, food items. s ce Your orders for colored  With Mrs Charles Wagner, "ae 3950. " e_ tf You want fat hens to bake, rP9 r, Call Mrs. Oswald .er 2-5937 and get same -" at the Easter Kitchem ,.JRNS FROM wI IN ARIZONA h Mertice Meister, who left OCtober for Yuma, Ariz. to d the winter in the home of b, _ uaUghter Mrs. Norman a ch, returned to Mount Pulaski uay night. She came to Chi- " ,Y plane, accompanied by for a eh, who will visit here r, eek They were met in "-*uea,, 0  - Tendi oy Mr. and Mrs. Harold to l'b. Jr., wh% brought them 'Zt e, laski. y,U'sag the time she was in Wesd Mrs. Meister and Mrs Ncjnade a trip to Las Vegas: pig_ -'. tier sister, Mrs. James 1t. , g, of trkley, Calif. came to and iaton, iarold Meister, of Farm- ash,,, .M., went to Yuma for ..... t visit I]y00n Service Jr., now in the the following ad- A. Walton, Jr., 529- Co. No. 009-19, U. S. Center, San Diego Renner, son of Mr. and Penner, No. Wash- graduated from Re- March 10, at the Center, Great Lak- graduation exercises end of "boot camp", dress parade and military officials dignitaries. Officer) Leon- of Mt. Pulaski. Ill. to the U. S. School's Corn- Department at Fort to the post from an in Germany. He will naintenance officer of Department. Hatfield have a 7. and a son, 6. The family resides Dr. in Colum- St. Charles, Mo. 1713 Wilmes My father was A. M. Shene- man. My husband was William H. Cutright and his grandfather, John N. Cutright, lived in Mount Pulaski. He passed away at the age of 94 years in 1910, being the oldest citizen of Mt. Pulaski at :hat time. We lived southeast of town, near Calvin Cemetery. I am enclosing a contribution md will be so proud to have a bound copy of the Souvenir Edi- tion. Mrs. Eva Cutright. 1909 B Scott Circle Ft. George Meade, Md. Enclosed is a check for our contribution to your Sil-Tennial program. We would like a copy of the Souvenir Edition. Major and Mrs. Waldo E. Bertoni 407 Harwood St., Joliet, Illinois Enclosed is my contribution for the Sil-Tennial Celebration. I know that the Souvenir Edi- tion will bring back a lot of the pleasant memories of my old tome town. W. P. Addleman. 1858 Bailey Rd. Concord, Calif. Enclosed is my contribution for tour Sil-Tennial Edition. Best wishes. James R. Simpson. 1165 Elmwood P1. Deerfield, IlL Looks like the Sil.Termial is developing into a really big event We plan to be there, all five of us. Save us a bound copY of your Sil-Tennial Edition. Robert S. Altchison. Farmer City, Ill. Enclosed is a contribution for :he Sil-Tennial Celebration. I was born and reared in Mt. Pulaski in 1872. Mrs. LaVen Newton French 3316 Dell Oak Drive Decatur, ntinois Am enclosing my money for a bound copy of your Sil-Tennial Edition. We hope to take our vacation July 22 - 29, so we won't miss any of the Sil-Tennial. Really think Pulaski, instead of Decatur, should be 'All American City 1961". Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Myrick, Jr. 145 Palmer Ave. Larchmont, N Y. We won't be able to come to the celebration this year. We will be happy to read about it in the Souvenir Edition, for which we're enclosing our money. We both enjoy and watch for the Mt. Pulaski Times-News to arrive every Monday morning Esther Obermiller Croll. 804 North 5th St. Springfield, Ill. I certainly love the old town for all the fun I had there in my youth, when I visited the hospit- able Beidlers. It was wonderful. Enclosed is a contribution. Dorothy R. Barker 800 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, Oklahoma Enclosed is my money for the Bound Copy of Souvenir Edition. Best Wishes. Paul Quandt. Lincoln Park, Mich. We certainly do want to be Charter members of this great event. As far as we know we will be in Mt. Pulaski at the time of the celebration. We would like to have the Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition Your paper is like getting a letter from home. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Wood. Ada, Minnesota Since I was in Mt. Pulaski last fall, I will not be coming to the celebration. Enclosed is my money for the Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edi- tin'Mrs. Albert Schwartz Ruebke. 1048 Downing Denver 18, Colorado I am sure I will enjoy a Bound Copy of your Souvenir Edition. I plan to be there for that week, if pssible'sincerely , Grace Waddell. Artesia, Calif. 20727 Arline Contribution enclosed. All of our wishes for a most wonderful Sil-Termial. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller NOTE OF THANKS We want to take this oppor- tunity to thank friends and rel- atives for the cards, flowers, gifts and all those who called on the occasion of our 50th wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheets COME TO STAHL HARDWARE FOR YOUR SPRING GARDEN AND SEED NEEDS We Have A Complete Line Of SCOTT'S PRODUCTS, GRASS SEED, TURF BUILDER, HALTS AND THE NEW DAWN ROSE FERTILIZER We Have Just Received Our Rose Bushes and Gladiolus Bulbs Protect Your Roses With sCOTT'S NEW HAZE Insect and Disease Powder. We Have A Complete Line of BULK GARDEN and HELD SEEDS MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY AT STAHL BROS. HARDWARE Some Facts About RED CROSS SPONSORS COUNTY BLOOD BANK TRAINING OF VOLUNTEERS FOR FIRST AID CIVIL DEFENSE PROJECTS NURSES' AIDS WATER SAFETY PERSONAL and FAMILY ASSISTANCE AID TO SERVICEMEN AT HOME OVERSEAS DISASTER OPERATION $111,000,000 EXPENDED (1949 - 1959) SPONSORS JUNIOR RED CROSS MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION TODAY STOPI LOOK[ AT THIS BUY IN A 6. E. Refrigerator BIG 13 CU. FT. G.E. FROSTGOARO REFRIGERATOR RETAILS FOR $559.95 .ow $369.95 AND YOUR OLD REF. -- FEATURES -- Automatic Defrost Freezer and Vegetable Compartments Slide-out Shelves 122.Lb. Freezer Automatic Butter Conditioner Fits Flush Against Wall 2 Vegetable Bins. Etc. TWO OF THESE LEFT AT THIS PRICE "Get Yours" at Stahl Hardware MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS