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(ze,,00t m.). xlmmDAY, MaY la mm PUI,qSKI TIMES.NlgWSIAss'n. of America held its 8th Mount Pulaski, Illinois [ annual meting there. Mr. Peters [was elecSed o the office of the mea ana enrerea as FCOnQ - ' ......... J Board of Directors for a three year marmr m me post omce a I term t Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17,1 . " ......... an er th ] Larry cnrom nas neen emcrea d e Act of Congress . 9, 1879. | president of the Junmr Class next J. WIBL Editor and Publisher of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Every ThunKk MAY 1961 $ M t W I' F S " I 23456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2526 27 28 29 30 31 " - - NEWS and Mrs. J. O. Cain, of and Mrs. Anna Hut- of Springfield, visited on with Mrs. Cain's sister, Mxs. Troll Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard were in St. Louis, Me., from Sun- to Tuesday and attended the of the Illinois Bank- era' Association held in the Jeff- - Sheraton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland her mother, Mrs. Lena Veail, in Chicago over the week with the former's daughter, Alan Vondrak and family. George, Jr., and Cecilia Hub- Zackary and Mary Wolf visited in the city a of last week with their Mr. and Mrs. Hat- Hubbard. and Mrs. Ed Dittus visited Sunday, with their Mr. and Mrs. Delmar guests at the home of Mrs. M. D. Leckbee, east cAW, on Mother's Day, were Mrs. Everett Sams, Mr. Mrs. C. H. Leckbee, Mr. and Jerry Sams and daughter Debby A cook-out dinner was Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Sams his sister, Miss Emma Sams, part of the past week in Berwyn with their sister, Mrs. I Nicholas A. Schweisthal and al o, part of the time in nearby -Chicago. Miss Evelyn Connolley and Waltrip of Mattoon and Mrs. David Reed and son of Decatur, were week-end of the former's mother, Mary Connolley. attending the wedding Weckel and Ronald Lees- at the St. John's Lutheran on Saturday afternoon, /and who spent the weekend visit- with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and Mrs. Grace Buckles, Mrs. F. Eugene Steinhebel anti" six children from Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith ;and daughter Barbara of Oak- wn, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith and Mr. and Mrs. James of Lincoln. and Mrs. Hugh O. Smith Flat Rock, Michigan, were end guests of their son Bill Ly evening the three guests at the H. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wynne of Calif., visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Gaffney. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hassebrock son Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Geyer the week end in Mercier and Mrs. Dammerman, were in Monday, May 15, and the funeral services of Mrs. Art Lueck, who Friday. Funeral services the Bisch Memorial Rev. Lewis C. Niemoel- Burial was in the Ridge Cemetery. They were to Springfield by Voelker and Mrs. and Mrs. Norman Peters of Fork spent six days at the Union Hotel on the Okla- State University grounds at Okla. The Red Angus fall, for the school term of 1961- 62, at Southern University. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schroth of Chestnut vicinity. Miss Dorothy Bender of Ottawa, visited in the city over, Mothers' "Day, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bender, Sr. Mothers' Day weekend visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait were their sons and fam- ilies, Dr. and Mrs. Myron B. Wait and daughter Jane, of Hamilton Dr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Wait and children, Charles, Janet and Julie of Streator. Mrs. Henry Dammerman had as Mothers' Day dinner and supper Dammerman and son Judd, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stahl and daughter Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacer and son Ed, Mr. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Dareld Doehring of Mattoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rockwell and family of the Chestnut com- munity, served a turkey dinner Sunday, May 14 to the following relatives: Miss Dorothy Bender, of Ottaw, a; Mrs. M. J. Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. John Bender, St., Miss Pauline Bender and John Bender, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freehlich visited Monday and Tuesday with the former's sister, Mrs. Emma Nighsonger, who is critically ill in Legonier, Ind. Cornelius Hutter of Cedar Rap- ids, Iowa, was called to Mount Pulasi last weekend by the death of his aunt, Mrs. Truman Rich- ards, St. { Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mohr and] family of Dubuque, Iowa, who were called to Mount Pulaski on account of the death of her fath- er, Steve S. Patterson, returned on Sunday to their home. Her moth- er accompanied them home for fan indefinite stay. On Mothers' Day, Mrs. Marie /an Hook and daughter Miss Mildred, served a dinner to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roos and children Billy and Janiee, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Don Domick of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Hook and children JoAnn, Robert and Mary Ann, and William F. Binder. Mrs. Grace Buckles, southwest edge of the city, suffered a severe cut to the first finger and thumb on her right hand, Tuesday morn- ing, whe she caught her hand in the wringer of a washing ma- chine. She was taken to a phys- ician's office where 19 stitches were needed to close the cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson left Thursday, May 11 for Ash- ville, N.C. He was a winner of a trip to the Businessmen's Assur- ance Convention to be held there from May 14 to 18. They expect to be gone two weeks and will spend some time sight-seeing in' Washington, D.C. CALIFORNIA PICNIC OF MT. TO BE HELD JULY 9 Boyd Hahn, Jr., of 1851 West Ash Ave Fullerton, CalLf, a form- er Mount Pulaski resident, on May 10th wrote the following to Paul E. Boidier: Dear Friend Paul:- Would you be so kind as to have this inlet- marion printed in the Mount Pul- aski Times-News? The Motmt Pulaski Picnic of Southern California, will be held Sunday, July 9, 1961, in the City Park, Anaheim, Calif. Anyone from Mount Pulaski, Ill., is urged to attend. Individual announce- ments will be mailed later. You will be interested to know that we made a visit to Palm Springs on Sunday, May 7 to see Harold and Alma Hargrave, who moved to Palm Springs a few months ago. They axe well pleas- ed with their setup. You can tell that they have been in the sun- shine. Harold misses fishing in old Salt Creek and the TV pro- grams like they saw before corn- hag to California. The TV program in Palm Springs is more than I thought. There is a 12,000-foot mountain adjacent to Palm Springs, and all Los Angeles "IV stations are on the other side. They have TV "piped" in. I think Harold said it costs $60 to hook up the "IV and $7.00 a month fee. That is kind of high to watch "Lassie", isn't it? We will see Harold and Alma again Thursday evening, May 18. My mother is coming back to Mount Pulaski on May 20. She has been out here for 16 months and likes it very welL I expect she will return here next winter. I hope the Sil-Tennial in July will be a huge success. CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere appreciation and gratitude that we wish to thank our friends and relatives for the words of sympathy, the floral offerings and other kind- nesses extended to us during the illness and at the time of the death of out loved one, John Maus. The Family. O The sky is no rmt to the challenges your will find in tomorrow's world. Help them prepare -for all the oppormnitles ahead by amurla8 them a college education. BMA's Guaranteed Edueaflen Plan provides money for schoolin  if somo- to you. It's best to begin now.., call your BMA representa- tive today about the Guaranteed FAun Plan. Kenneth W. Johnson Mi00S gO. MOrner P SW2- HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Wilbert Yagow was ad- rnitted last week end to St. John's hospital in Springfield, for ml- ical care. Mrs. Fred StolL South Lafay- ette, fell on the walk at her home about 11 axn. Monday and was taken to the ALM hospital in the Schahl ambulance, for X-ray examination and treatment. Mrs. W. D. AllsoplL who has been spending the winter at their home in Florida was admitted to a hospital in Avon Park, Fla. on Monday. Their home adress is 904 W. Prairie St. and she would appreciate hearing from friends. Mrs. Dewey Anderson, who has been receiving medical treatment in the Decatur-Macon county hos- pital, returned to her home Tues- day, in the Schahl ambulance. Miss Katie Keil, while eleanin walls in her home Monday morn- ing, fell and. sustained arm in- jurie She was taken to the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, in the Schahl ambulance, for emergency care and X-ray examination. Mrs. Chloe Jenner, who lives in the Times.News Apartments, was admitted Monday, to St. Clara's hospital for medical care. DAVID DRAKE CHOSEN FOR BOYS STATE David Ray Drake, son and Mrs. Carleton has been chosen to mier Boys State American Legion, Illinois, in the Youth Building at the Illinois state grounds at Springfield. The Premier Boys State from June 25th through inclusive. David is a at the Mount Pulaski High School. Intangible: Somethin put your finger on, like or a hot stove. BE Closed May 28. Mr. Pulaski. Cleaners NOTICE TO DOWNTOWN CAR OWNERS STREET CLEANING TIME WILL START Frid00, May 26 The Street Department asks that all cars be moved from around the quare and pne bloCg each way. We ask you to please park your cars Thursday night on any off street, until 7 a' Friday. Time is an element and cars parked on the above streets make quite a delay in finishing cleaning. We do not wish to issue any tickets for removal of said Cars if possible. The Street Department again asks for your cooperation. Help us keep the City clean. Thank You, Street & Alley DepL Blood Pressure, Boysl 5omefimes a cancelled check can save a lot of argument, a lot of time and sometimes a lot of money. YOU'RE SMN00 TO PAY BY CHECK] FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski. minois