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PULXl TIMES-NEWS Pulm nUnots Published and entered as second matter in the lOSt office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WDSLE Editm' mzd Publisher Tmmm of Subspflons: 75c r Months .................................. $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 lsbllshed Every Thunday 1961 M T W I' F S - - - - 1 2345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 192021 22 23242526272829 0 e m 4)  e L NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas and Judy and Barbara, and Mary Guffey, returned re- from TuLsa, Okla., where attended the wedding of the son, Loren to Miss Vir- Tuttle. They also visited in Mo., with Mrs. Charles OUmn. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parks lave home after a winter's in Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. Paul R. Moore left Tues- V to visit a couple of weeks her daughter, Mrs. John Gos- and family, in Miami, Fla. An Easter dinner wa served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. of Latham. Present were and Mrs. A. B. Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Potter son Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Paul and daughter Karen, of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cates, Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and daughter of Springfield; Mr. and Del Southern of Blooming- were afternoon visitors. petition has been filed in Logan county court, at Lincoln, the will of Henry of Beason. Listed is real es-, valued at $84,000, and per-, property of an undetermin- value. Henry F. A. Bocl, Lin- coln, and Walter A. Bock, Bea- sons of the deceased, were llamed executors. Mrs. Grace Buckles and daugh- visitl in Chicago from to Monday with the form- sister, Mrs. Alvin Moe.lhenry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kettles, of Inl., visited in the city Wed- of last week with Mrs. Jenner. Easter Sunday dinner was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erlenbush and children. present were: Mr. and Mrs. N. Eugene Seller and children of ; Mrs. Willis Ayers, Jr. L children, of Mt. Auburn; Mr. d Mfrs. Willis Ayers, Sr., and IAnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Robetr and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ayers and children, of vicinity. Willis Avers, Jr. 'of and Rosemary Ayers Pulaski, were unable to , and Mrs. Grover C. Fulk visited in the city Sun- with their son, Orville and Cmsscitlous Ser. Vote for Melvin SJtngley for Ck uezt Tumday. Lawndale recently, Mr. and W. H. Caskey entertained a of relatives and friends dinner. Guests were Mr. and Carl Shull of Chestnut; Earl of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mitchell, Mrs. Alice of Lincoln. Phlllip Bertoni returned to Bend, Ind., Sunday night, k t"esume his studies at Notre University, after a week's with his parents, Mr. and Samuel L. Bertoni and his Mrs. Rinaldo Bet- Mr. Paul Burdick, minister of the Mr. Pulaski Christian Chur- tJan Church, and Mrs. Burdick, be attending the North tmerican Christian Convention at Wichita, Karts., April 18.23. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. PulasL IlL, 'DAY, APRIL I$, 1961 I Fred C. Burdick of Rockford, will! be staying with the Burdick chil- dren. Travelling with Mr. and Mrs. Burdick to the convention will be Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Bur- dick who is minister to the Chris- tian church in Green Bay, Wisc. Mrs. Fred Froehlich, Mt. Pul- aski; Glenn Groff of Middletown, and Miss Herma L. Meyer, Lin- coln, were reappointed to the Welfare Service Committees. The appointments were made on the recommendations of the County Boards of Supervisors, from var- ious counties, and these three were appointed from Logan coun- ty. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doud and Ben Buckert attended a 50th wedding anniversary of friends in Chicago, Greg and Clara Hunniford, Sun- day, April 9th. Miss Rose Dudek of LaSalle, visited west of the city over the weekend with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Tendick. Eugene Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Turner of Lincoln, was transferred from the Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Monday, to St. John's hospital in Springfield, for further medical care. Eugene is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinert and children Tommy and Cynthia, of Crane, Ind., made a weekend visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey M. Anderson, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manes. Roy is employed in gov- ernment work for the U. S. Navy and the first part of June he will be transferred to Salt Lake City, Utah. For Courteous ConscienUous Ser. vice, Vote for Melvin Singley for City Clerk, next Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meister, departed early Wednesday morning on an auto trip to Memphis, Tenn., tO visit Mrs. Buckles' mother, Mrs. Robert Buckles, and his sister, Mrs. Gene Tipsword. They will also visit the Max Meadows fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krueger and family of Bloomington, visit- ed his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Strapless Gown: When a wo-[ IndigesUoo: The failure Mrs. John Geyer, southeast of the man won't shoulder the respon-]just a square meal to a city, on Sunday. sibility. Istomach. WEATHER The weather had to be left out of last week's paper but it was of little inters. The whole week Was about the same with temp- erature in 30s early and never much over 40 all day. Thursday, April 6 was a very windy day. Temperature rose from near 35 to 47 degrees. Partly cloudy. Estimated wind speeds was between 25 and 30 m.p.h. Spring returned Friday when the temperature reached 50% The wind was mild for a while then began to blow like the previous day. Was partly cloudy but the sun was out enough so that it was a very nice day. Saturday was much the same as Friday. Very little if any diff- erence. Sunday was a miserable day. Rain had been predicted for our- area and it came, changing to snow at 6:30 a.m. Snow continued most of the day with some mighty large flakes at times. The ground !was white for a time and an esti- mated 1-inch of snow fell. By evening it had ceased and rain washed away the white carpet. The temperature remained be- tween 30 and 40 most all day. Monday made an effort to cov- er up Sunday's bad weather. It was partly cluoyd but the sun appeared much of the time. The temperature rose to near 50. Tuesday found a high wind ushering in the day plus semi- cloudy skies. Mercury around 50. Wednesday was "back to the showers" with rain all day. Wind was quiet for a change. About] 3:30 p.m. it seemed that night I was beginning and the wind be- came a little stronger. Tempera- ture hardly moved as it remained near 40 thruout the day. This morning (Thursday) the temperature was near the 30 de- gree reading but began to climb quite rapidly. For Courteous and Conscientious Service VOTE FOR MELVIN SINGLEY FOR cr'rY' CLERK of Mount Pulaski I Wish to Express My Sincere Appreciation for the fine vote given me in the April 4th election, for YOUR ASSESSOR in Mount Pulaski Township ROY AYLESWORTH being squeezed .,.. High costs really squeeze younger families. They need most li]e insurance protection when they have least money. Get out of that squeeze with BMA's "All Purpose" Plan... "lease-type" insurance gives low-cost protection now; you can convert to perma- nent insurance when your budget is less strained. Call today for further information. Kamm City 41, Missouri .- Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASIg Phone SW 2.3964 ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY I Will Appreciate Your Support MEAT SPECIALS! SPARERIBS : ..................................... lb. 49c LEAN PORK CHOPS ........................ lb. 79c COUNTRY SAUSAGE ...................... lb. 49c GROUND BEEF ..... : .................. 3-lbs. $1.19 Liverwurst - Fresh Made Head Cheese Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE l/z BEEF - Choice ........................................ lb. 49c HIND QUARTER ............................................ llJ. 55c FRONT QUARTER ........................................ lb. 45c Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturday MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI .:. ILLINOIS g  -%. N Uncle Sam wants You rs On April 17th, Unde Sam expects the final settlement on your 1960 income tax. Any de- ductions that you have missed will simply be money out of your pocket. That's why more people than ever before by check because they have an accurate record of expense. Perhaps the time has come when you should, too. Stop in! 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