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Kmt IPUI.AS wv TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, minois and entered as second maker in the post office at Pulsski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress  March 9, 1879. mumY j. WIBLE ]Mlt act dblisher Teems of SubecrlpUoas: Months. ........................... 75c .$150 i Year .................................... $300 gv,,, Thursday APRIL 1961 S M T W I F S " " " " " 1 2345678 9 10 I1 12 13 14 15 17 1819202122 23242526272829 o o en o NEWS .and Mrs. Byron Downing, and Mrs. Harry Downing of city and Miss Norma Stoll of visited in Decatur Sun- with relatives, Dr. and Mrs. Hurst. eth Brown returned to his at the U. of I., Tuesday, an Easter vacation period t" with his parents, Mr. and . Alva Brown Ar. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- and son Dalen entertained following guests at dinner on Sunday: Mrs. HatI2e Zehn- Dr. Minerva Zehner, and Dr Shellhammer, of Worcest- Mass.; Mrs. Sarah West of Joseph Nelson, Decatur; liar. and Mrs. Ernest Hild, Sheldon Albert Shellhammer, Matthews and Ernest Oster- Mr, and Mrs. Harold Scheuler, children, Miss Barbara and served a dinner Easter to Maske, Mr. and Mrs. Maske and children, Mr Mrs. Robert Noble and son, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jr., and daughter Cheryl, Carl Fullriede. nL. THURSDAY, AJRIL 6, 1961 Mr. and Mrs Willis Holstein and family of Humboldt, Iowa, and Mrs. Marie VanHook and daughter Miss Mildred were guests Easter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Hook and family. Miss Mary Catherine Schick and Miss Esther White, of Spring- field, were callers during Easter Sunday at the home of the form- er's sister, Mrs. Wilford K. Scrog: gin, Jr., and family, southwest of the city. Charles Hanslow, Bill Wheeler, and Julian Sams were in Spring- field on Monday evening to wit- ness the organization of a Search and Rescue team, at the Marine Navy Training Center. The team was organized for the purpose of recovering and searching for drowned bodies. It is hoped that at some future date, a group of  this kind might be organized in this vicinity. Rev. and Mrs. Martin Rothe are spending two weeks in Jackson- ville, Fla., with their daughter and family. Student Arthur Sten- nett of Illiopolis, is substituting i at the Zion Lutheran church while the pastor is away Mrs. Edward Goddard and son J.C., entertained the following at an Easter turkey dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckles and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goddard of Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slaybaugh !, Miss Emma Sams arrived Mon- day from Chicago to visit at the home of her brother, Louis F. Sams. --Look over our complete line of Sportswear for men and boys. Buy now while sizes axe complete. Husten & Paolone Men's Stoze. At The Mill in Springfield on Easter Sunday, Mrs. M. J. Baum, who will be 94 years old the first part of May, entertained at din- ner about 75 descendants. This is an annual affair. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam E. Fry and children from Washington, Ill., Mrs. Fry being a granddaughter. Enroute home Sunday evening the Fry family made a brief call at the home of his step-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Beidler, in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Phelps Chicago, spent the Easter week- end visiting their daughter Mrs. John Muir, her husband and fam- ily. Mr and Mrs. Karl Wessbecker and family served a ham dinner Easter Sunday in their new home Dean Horn, moved to Lincoln last, week. Mr. and Mrs. Hum moved there Saturday from the C. W. Rothwell building on So. Wash- ington St. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Ruth moved from the Drake build- ing, over the post office, where they had lived for 36 years ,intq the apartment vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams of Decatur, visited Sunday with her aunt, Miss Minnie Hershey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Keck and children, of Normal, made an Easter visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck. Oth- er guests at dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and children. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Croft and daughters, Martha and Eileen of Barrington, visited over the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Croft Other callers during that time were: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Green, Thayer; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosier, Blooming- ton; Mr and Mrs John Shelbyville; Clint and Mrs. Len Croft, Mr. Frank Burger, Mr. and Mr land Stevens ,Mr. and Mrs. ford Stevens, Effingham; Mr. Mrs. Wayne Crosier, Ernest Larmie, Springfield; and Mrs. RayTnond Kusterer, Jill Elaine Brown, ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, was baptized at the Lutheran Church on day, in the regular morning I ship servioe, by the Rev. Martin Rothe. Sponsors Dr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Dale visited in Mr. Vernon with his mother, Mrs. Neaville. In Lincoln Sunday, Mr. Robert Reichle served a Guests from Mount Pulaski Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, Mr. C. W. Rothwell, Everett and Mrs. Herbert Holz. five miles east of the city. Their guests included, Mr. and Mrs. Thanks Aglin Voters Ch'arles Pease and children, Lew- is, Nancy and John, of Niantic; and sons of Taylorville; Mr. and Don Waddell and Mary Kay Bara. Mrs Charles Roberts and son of .......... " " " "" E .... I ttooen uowmng, u oI L su- lenvlew, anu Irs. Qna ivlUeller I ......... ..... ' l uem, nampalgn-uroana, spent oftnmmy. ...... Ithe Easter vacation with his in ine write-up last week about Imnthor Mr I(nthrina Fhulninct Mrs. Arthur Broughton s turkey [ and grandparents, Mrs. Lillian supper,, the names of Mrs Clar-[w , . . y oelfel, and Mr and Mrs Hart ence Rmdle Mrs. Steve Patterson, [ Downing John Kerschner, Leigh Broughton Mr an Mrs " " . [ d . Enms A. Downing and children, Start, Dawn Robin, return h . . , [ ed ome Wednesday mght and Lma were unmtentmnally left of las ' [ t week, from a month  va- out There were several who were catmn t I " rip to Florida. They spent unable to attend, I most of the time with Mrs. Lela Short Sleeve Sport Sh/rl:s in tap. [ Downing in Sarasota, also went to pered and contour styles. McGreg. or, Muasingwear, Arrow, Pottle & Saddle. Sized Small - M - L - xL. $2,95 to $5.95. Huston & : Paolce Men's Store. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opperman and children, Betty and Allen, of Chestnut, entertained the follow- ing people for Easter dinner Sunday, April 2: Mrs. Orena Op- perman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanslow and sons, Darrell and White Dress Shirts, short Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Laugh- Wash  Wear, in Dec. ery, Mt. Pulaski; and, Mrs. Lena : md 100% ottm - $5.00. Rues, of Lincoln. The birthdays H & P Mea s Store. i of Mrs. Laughery and Allen Up-i : The annual Illiopolis Firemen's perman were celebrated. ' will be held Saturday, April Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hullinger and children, David and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGee and sons, James of Illiopolis; Mr. and Mrs. 8,/m the high school gym. Mary Schaffenacker of Pe- formerly of Chestnut, served dinner Easter, having guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ray of Sullivan; Mr. and Harold Schaffenaeker and Karen, of Creve Coeur, Mr. and Mrs. Austin W. of Mt. Pulaski and Mrs. Arnold Holz of Minn., visited last and Friday with his sis- Mrs. Herbert Holz. Orlando and visited Roy Dean Downing, who is in the Army. They called on Dr and Mrs. G. F. Wait and Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber, and visited places of interest. Michael Tiemey, a teacher in the Joliet school system, spent his Easter vacation period with his father, Stephen Tierney. Jim Kelly spent the Easter va- cation wth his parents, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Kelly. Jim is a stu- dent at Eastern Illinois Univers- ity at Charleston. Frank Hassebrock was confin- ed to his bed last week with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Richarc Connolley and daughters of Princton, came Friday for an Easter visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley. All the above mention- ed and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. i Connolley and children, went to! Springfield Sunday morning for an Easter ham breakfast served in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Connolley and family. Mrs. Leona Schaffenaeker, who recently sold her property on North Scott St. to Mr. and Mrs. living west of the city, had as i their guests for dinner Easter Sun- day, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eick- huff and son Don, of Springfield; Francis E. Hutchison, of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hickey and daughter Julia, Mr and Mrs. Ken-i neth Brooker and children, Kathy i and Kent i Stephanie and Allicent Huffak- er of New Berlin, visited near Clestnut during Easter vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroth. for the confidence you showed in returning me to the office of SUPERVISOR to serve you and the township another four years. Thos. A. Gupton, Sr. Thank You, Voters For your fine vote given me in Tuesday's election for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FRANCIS H. NOV,' OPEN SUNDAYS UNTIL 2:30 P.M. i/! /i CHOICE OF MEATS . . . FRIED CHICKEN DELICIOUS HAM ROAST BEEF HOME-MADE PIES YOU'LL ENJOY[ Private Dining Room Service Make Your Reservations Early TOM'S COFFEE SHOP Phone SW 2-5318 Mount Pulaski We Have An Office Right On Your Farm When You 8ank.Sy.Md RRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski. lllinois