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Mount Pulasid, IlL. DAY, MAY IL 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher : Terms of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $L50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday MAY 1961 S M T W T F S "1 23456 7 8 910111213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3031 - - - i LOCAL NEWS The national convention of the replsentatives of the Business Men,s Assurance Co., Kansas City, Mo., was held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 9, 10, and 11th, in Ashville, N. C. Attending from Mount Pulaski was the company representative, here, Kenneth Johnson and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles returned home on Saturday from Detroit, Mich., following a visit of several weeks with members their family. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee spent the week nd in Ursa with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,Andrew and daughter Fontelle. Mrs. Anna Maddox, Oakland, Ill., who has been confined to the Community Hospital six weeks, following an accident, is now at the home her son. Dr. H. H. Maddox in city, where she is recuper- and still a bed patient. ice cream and cake at St. John's Lutherm Church, or following "Open House" the high school Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowe of Decatur, were in the city Sunday, eaHipg on friends. In Atlanta recently the Royal of America held an interesting meeting, being at- tended by many members in Lo- gan and nearby counties. Mount Pulaski women present were Mrs. Mac Robinson, Mrs. Cora Lipp, Mrs. Frank Hutchison and Mrs. Frank Van Fossan. They took part in the program, wearing their SU-Termial dresses. M_Xs. Bertha Wenke of Riverton at the home of her dau- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen. visiting in the Allen home  her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Goldeck and daughters, Linda and Mary Joyce, of Springfield. Orville Martin and Herbert Fink were in Kentucky on Saturday to attend the Kentucky Derby. En- route they visited with Mr. and Mrs., Mike Schlachter, form Mt. Pulaski area residents, at Jasper, Ind,, and issued them an invita- to attend our Sil-Tennial Celebration in July. "Mike" won- if he could come back to his home community without a "goatee or mustache". .,Bring your family ,rod come to ice cretan social, the even. of May 17th, befml or after House" Wednesday at St. Je/m's Lutheran church basement. I Peace, and Harry Van Hook, Pol- ice Magistrate of this city, will be in Champaign, at the U. of I., Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day of next week to participate in a training school, learning the new rules. : Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords are nov,, at their country home after spending the winter in Lake Wales, Fla. I Miss Sharon Dehner of Lincoln, [ visited here over the week end I with her sister Mrs. Bill Wheeler and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dogeforde of Peoria, v*'ere Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman. Dr. Myron B. Wait of Hamil- ton and Dr. Edwin C. Wait, of Streator, who have been attending the Illinois State Dental Society Convention at Peoria this week, visited in Mount Pulaski over Tuesday night with their par- ennts Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drake took Mrs. Michael Drake, Jr., and son, Darin Kane, to Milwaukee, Wis. The baby was born May 1, in the ALM hospital at Lincoln. Kathy's Beauty Shop is now at a new location opposite the high school on West Cooke St. The shop is operated by Kathy Howe and with her husband moved there recently from the Farmers Bank Building. Wendell D. Follis and daugh- ter Debra, of Aurora, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Follis, southwest of the city. James D. Follis and tam. ily and his sister, Margie Wilkin- son, of Springfield were also Sun- day visitors,at their parents home. They celebrated the birthdays of James D. on May 7, and James B. on May 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Dimmit O'Bryen of Quincy visited in the city on Wednesday of last week with his brother, Raymer O'Bryen and wife. APPRECIATION I sincerely wish to thank every. one who remembered me with cards for my 94th birthday, May 8, and also for the gifts received. Mrs. Bertha Sams. JULIUS F. MYERS, FORMER CLOTHIER, RETIRES AT CLINTON The dissolution of partnership of a Clinton firm was announced in that city last week. Julius F. Myers, 85-year-old clothier, retir- ed May 1st after being in bus- iness in Clinton for 44 years. He sold his interest in the Myers Bros. Store to his partner, Harry H. Stern. Myers went to Clinton from ML Pulaski in January 1917. Stem was in a similar business at Taylorville and moved to Clinton in 1926 to become a partner in business with Myers. Mr. Stern will operate the store at the same location, but will change the name to Stem's. Julius F. Myers came to Mount , Pulaski from Springfield, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdin- and Myers, during the 1880's and the sons, Morris, Isadore, Louis, Sam and Julius, formed a cloth- ing store partnership, being first located on the west side of the public square in the Scroggin bank building. They later built the building at the interesection of Washington and Cooke Sts., now occupied by the Western Auto store. Three of the Myers boys located elsewhere in later years. Julius and a sister, Gertrude, now Mrs. Jacob Myers, who re- sides in California, are the only living members of the family. To date Julius in his boyhood days, graduated from the old Mt. Pulaski high school in 1893. His classmates were Cora Gasaway, Menta Field, Katie Yager, Ada Mantle, Amy Hickman and Mat- tie Wilson. WEATHER Sunday was cooler and more rain. In late evening a storm moved in and was accompanied by hail for a short time, The rain was very hard. A bad storm during the night and early morn- ing hoUl 00c.,oc MACKEY'S ,.,oc i I Thursday morning was windy and temperature near 50. Sun out for the second day in a row. Look- ed as if we'd have a nice day. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Ethel Haynes was removed to the ALM hospital in the Schahl ambulance, Thursday, May 4, for medical attention. Mrs. Dallas Stratton was ad- mitted last Friday to ALM hos- pital for medical care. , Mrs. Dewey Anderson was tak- en to Decatur-Macon county hos- pital, Friday, in the Schahl am- bulance, for medical treatment. Miss Rosemary Ayers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers, south of the city, underwent a tonsilectomy at Decatur - Macon county hospital last Wednesday, May 3. Mrs. Clifford Vandevender was admitted to St. Clara's hospital on Monday, for surgery. Harry "Bud" Mason, recently injured in an auto accident, was dismissed from the ALM hospital Monday and returned to his Mt. Pulaski home. Mrs. John Waddell, Mt. Pulaski vicinity, was admitted on Monday to the ALM hospital for surgery. CARD OF We want to thank our neighbors and relatives words of sympathy, all other kindnesses illness and at the time sudden death of our Steve Patterson. The Tommie REALTY City, Suburban md Farm Properties 311 West Cooke St, Phone 2.5478 - Mount THE WATCH You Can Tie In A Knot Twist-o-Flex By Spiedel " NEAVILLE MEAT SPECIALS Homemade HEADCHEESE and LIVERWURST MINIT STEAI .............................. lb. CUBE STEAKS .............. '. ................. lb. GROUND BEEF ........................ 3Jbs. Custom Slaughter Every Monday and State License No. 397 BY APPOVlENT ONLY BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 1]z BEEF Clmice ..................................... Jb. HIND QUARTER .......................................... lb. FRONT QUARTER ................................ Jl Hours: 8 to 5 Monday thru Saturday MT. PULASKI FOOD PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI .:- ILLIMOIS MARSHMALLOW COCOANUT SQUARES ,t t %. 72" x 90'" Cannon $344 Reg. $5.98 Layaway Today Blanket Acrylic Fiber. i AsvL New :! : Colors. Po|y Bagged. 59 Sake Baumann, accompanied 'L. M. Donner, enroute from Fancy Leaf Caladiums to their homes in M|I- waukee, Wis., visited a day and "  day Is M o ttlght with the former's nieee, Mr. -L "*,. Si*. '.*- Next Sun ther's Day Mrs. Reuban Hour, this past    fectforTrans- ), week.  ! F plant;no ;, "V  And may we Ioln your family circle honor- Francis Myrick, Justice of the ,,mlr u Flower Bo,,.  " ing the light of your life, the one who makeS m Ya,.  a house a home .... Mother. G O O D Reg. 79c . ]r She m a mighty important person, too, th RECONDITIONED Sheets and Pillow Cases dlql moment she steps through our front doo e. 'S qlC We try to prove it by serving her needs in a T. v 42 x 36 Pillow Case ........................ way that is friendly, efficient and under" PORTABLE AND 2 for 79 standing. oo,,so00s Sly! $59.95 and up 81 x !05 Double Bed Sheet .................. - Mr. Pulaski Double Fifled Sheet ........................ 130 Thread Count or Better, Ist Oual;ty, Made ;n U.S.A. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski. Illinois