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Mount Pulcad nL, THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1961 Mount Pulaski, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Wess Laughery. MOUNT PUIASKI TIMES-NEWS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes vis- ited in Chicago Sunday with Mr. Published and entered as second J and Mrs. D. Davis. matter in the post office atJ Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gruber ]tunt Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, and Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait re. 1930, under the Act of Congress] turned to their homes Sunday,  March 9, 1879.  following a winter's stay in Lax. HARRY ]. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Months ............................ 75c Months ........................... : ...... $1.50 Op.e Year .................................... $3.00 Publied Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Letters of administration in the estate of Maurice Patrick Dee of Lincoln, a native of Elkhart, were issued in county court at Lincoln last week. Prsonal property was l at $22,000 and real estate t ,000. Mary Ellen Buttell, of has been appointed ad- ministrator with bond at $50,000. and Mrs. Troll Turne, ac- go, Florida. Mrs. Robert E. Buckles came home on Monday from Memphis, Tenn., following a visit since early in the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tipsword. She al- so visited with her grandchild- ren, Mrs. Max Meadows and Brooks Aitchison, Jr., and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riedle, south of the city, returned home Monday evening from a visit of two weeks in Michigan, with their daughter, Mrs. James E1- liott and family at Detroit and in Livonia with their son Charles and his family. They went to De- troit to see their 2-year-old grand. son, Gregory El!iott, who is quite panied by Miss Emma Sams, ill in a hospital there. ted Mrs. Turner's sister, Mrs. Mrs. Albert Horn, Mrs. Pauline $; O. Cain, in Jacksonville Wed- Bertoni, Ms Sciota B. Horn, Mrs. esday and Thursday last week. I L. K. Buckles, Sr., and Mrs. Adye Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Downing lSuedmeier, enroute to Mt. Pulas- were in Chicago from Tuesday to[ ki, after appearing on TV Station Friday of last week on business. I WCIA, Champaign, Monday, stop- Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry, Chicago, ped in Clinton and visited with visited Saturday and Sunday near Mrs. Kenny Weisgarver and Hat- Mt Pulaski with her sister Mrs. Grace Buckles and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and family. She came to attend a shower given for her niece, Miss Ann Nita Weckel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shanle and granddaughter, Pearl McCar- th of Evanston, visited southwest of th@ city Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Oscar anle and with Mr. and Mrs. $oe Cardoni and family. -.-NATIONAL BABY WEEK, May 1,8, SPECIAL, two receiving regular $1.49 for $1.19.  sizes $2.29 for $1.88, at & Paolone's Womeu's We give S & H Green q Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cain, Jack- S0nville, spent Sunday with her and sister, Mr. and Troll Turner. Accompanied , Miss Emma Sams, they all at- tend church in Lincoln Sunday morning at St. Patrick's Church. They had dinner at noon in the Hotel Lincoln. Miss Janet Rohlfs, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Melvin Rohlfs, RR #2, is one of 141 Illinois State Normal University seniors who has signed a contract to teach next fall. She will teach second Hillside Walter Browning and William of Chicago,  were Sunday at the home of relatives, wear old Horn, the latter Seiota Horn's nephew. They also visited the Clinton Journal office where the photographer took their picture to be used in one of their issues. onday, May 1, the will of neckband sag/ the late Sam Green of Mt. Pulaski was presented in court, listing personal property at $1,000, and real estate not to exceed $10,000 in value. The will was admitted to probate with Lcona Green ap- pointed executor with bond set at $2,000. --Comphrt line of s for ha. fomtl mL chfldML Also, sweater esi, blmnets cmd gut items. Hustm & loiol Women Apparel We give S&H Gums Stamp. Miss Sophia Guiso recently visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Wilmert in Lincoln. Mrs. C. H. Leckbee spent Wed- nesday in Lincoln with Mrs. Lottie Barker. They worked together at the State School hos- pital before Mrs. Leckbee resign- ed due to ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lovelace en- tertained the following relatives and guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chaplin of Raymondd Rhoda Woodall, of Tayiorvflle, who spent the weekendtd withwi them; Mrs. Minnie Wilson, of Springflield; Mrs. Charlotte Pow- ell, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Casey, Henry Hunt, Taylorville; Mr. arid Mrs. Homer Armatiagel, of Mor- risonville; Mr. and Mr Luther Lovelace, Ramsey; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Halford of Blngham; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Shartzer and dau- ghter, Vieki Jean of IlliopolLs. Mrs. Jessie Powell of Decatur, spent from Friday to Tuesday with Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and Ida Dittman. 0o ,oo MACKE'S MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Friday and Saturday Spe00als i 00N'S Stoles & Scarfs Watchbands 89 Reg. $I.00 DOLL CLOTHES FOR "BARBIE'" & "MITZr" DOLLS and Others 59 and up BIG SELECTION OF ARTIFICIAL Wreaths and Sprays $1.98 and up All Colors 9 NEW ASS'T. OF FLOWERS For Coat and Hair Pin-on and. Wreath 2Sc - 29- 39 CONFEDERATE CAPS 59 OFFICER HATS ,98 Small. Medium, Large " MEAT SPECIALS! SIRLOIN or T-BONE STEAK .... J ...... lb. 69 GROUND BEEF ........................ 3-lb. $1.19 PORK STEAK ......................  ........ .lb. 39 PORK TENDERLOIN ...................... lb. 89c BEEF ROAST. blade cu ............... lb. 39 Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 -- BY APPO ONLY ------- neckband its shape [o_rew-t! -it... Stetch-k-- it... Wear it.. Only the Munsingwe T-shirt h this patented neckband that stays flat, trim and hendsome_ Sizes 34-46. 48 & 50 at $1.95. In Tan siz 8-4 $1.75. HUSTON & PAOLONE Men's & Boys' Store BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 1/z BEEF Choice .... Ib, HIND QUARTER ................................... .lb. FRONT QUARTER lb. Hours: 8 to S Monday thru Saturday 49 55 4Sc MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE W 2-5419 MOUNT PULASrV .:. II,IM11OIS NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2241 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 5th day of June, A.D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Ernest Campbell, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of sum- mons. Mildred Campbell, Executor. Lloyd F. Arnold, Attorney. Morning: When the rising eration retires and the generation rises. Tommie Havene REALTY CO. City, Suburban aud Farm Properties 311 West Cooke St. Phone 2.5478 . Mount SALE OF MEN'S SHOES Friday . Saturday and Monday WE HAVE A GROUP OF 119 PAIR OF MEN'S SHOES Shoes of good quality all from our regular stock d Ctumat and Freeman nationaly advertised shoes, that will givo you mmths of excellent service. Not all sizes in all styles but most sizes in the group. SLIP.ONS OXFORDS - BLACK or BROWlJ Values to $14.99 Now $7.90 2 pair - $15.00 DOUD'S CLOTHING andSHOE$ "Follow The Crowds To Douds" NOW AVAILABLE ! Pink Petunias PLANT YOUR SIL-TENNIAL FLOWERS NOW ! We have a large selection of Petunias and Otlse Flowers to help you beautify Mount Pulaski. We Have Pust Received ' FIBERGLASS FLOWER BOXES AND POTS in assorted sizes and colors STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. I I I EASY CREDIT ROLLER COASTER FUN WHILE IT LASTS! Someday the ride will be over and someday the bills all come due. That day can be painful. Remember, you can save on time as well as buy on time and that can. mean peace of mind, contentment.., greater security. Perhaps i ts time for you to let us help you do something about the foture. Stop inl FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois