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RICHARDS SUDDENLY MAY 12 Frances Emma Richards, in the apartment above on the south side Public square, Mount Pul- IlL, died at 1 p.m. Friday, 12, 1961, in the Decatur and County hospital, Decatur, she had been taken in the ambulance 12 hours be- ,following a heart attack. aealth had been failing for IIe, but she was up and a few days before she away. Her sudden death a great shock to every-I was aged over 72 years. was bum June 7, 1888, Pulaski, a daughter of and Katherine Danner Well-known residents of Pulaski for many years. was born in the large brick on South Washington St. Oled and ocupied by Dr. . H. H. Maddox. Along a- he time of the World's _ Exposition in Chicago,  58 years ago, her father otel Jenner and the ram- there and operated the a long period of time. Texas, Aug. 29, 1918, was united in mar- William Mann, a Mount who had a traveling In that state. After five Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. t returned to Mount Pulaski identified in the bus- of the city. Her hus- in the early 1940's. Hotel structure was in 1941 by Harry J. Who moved his Times-  printing equipment there. ann then purchased the milding on the south square, where she her business and had in her apartment. Miss. on June 1, 1954, married Truman C. Sr., formerly of husband, she is sur- two stepsons, Truman Jr., of Decatur, and tVid Richards, of Lin- one step-daughter, Mrs. llonines of Mechaniesburg; ldren; two sis- Katherine Jenner of Mt. and Mrs. Orena MeKenna was removed to the home where funer- were held Sunday, Conducted by the Rev. Appropriate organ Was played by Mrs. Bur-  _ent was made in the Mt. Cemetery. Pallbearers in- Cr[t._ _Dean Wilharn, George WOl, Fred Boy, George A. nWl_lliam Camden and Or- qaway.. LITrI.E LEAGUE OPENS SUMMER SEASON ON Lions Club Is Again Sponsoring Worthwhile Project The Little League which was so successful last year will again be at full strength this coming sum- mer with sixe teams. The White Sox won the championship last year. BRAVES J. Zimmermann, B. Taylor, N. Wilham, R. Bowles E. Hum, S. Erlenbush Lynn Johnston, Lee Johnston, 'R. Cullen, S. Bertsche, R. Schroth, Steven Cleveland, S: Voelker, S. Montgomery, G. Bel- latti, J. Romer. Managers:- J. Schroth, K. Con- nolley, L. Taylor. CARDINALS G. Jackson, B. Goodpaster,, J. Martin, D. Luster, S. Shehorn, K. Streenz, D. Lescher, A. Skaggs, L. Fout,, H. Hild, T. Singley, B. Dit- tus, D. Pope, D. Loetterle, Allen Drake. Managers---Mel Singley, D.' Neaville, R. Shanle. CUBS DI. Hanslow, R. Shull, D. Durch- holz, S. Stuckel, E. Horn, J. Fuhr- er, M. Savage, D. Vandevender, K. Schmidt, Dan Yagow, L. Stahl, G. Zebrun, R. Faith, R. Bates, Robert. Thomas, L. Schahl. Managers: C. Drake, T. Hav- ener, L. Cleveland. INDIANS L. Bowles, L. Baker, D. Phillips, J. Schlitt, T. Connolley, K. Prath- er, E. Koehler, A. Nilhaus, D. Boyd, E. Yocum, S. Lehman, Alan Gulso, T. Polk, J. Davis, James Poffenbarger. Managers: C. Holmes, P. Schahl, B. Gasaway. WHITE SOX S. Miller, S. Steinfort B. Erich- bush, D. Bailey, E. Hagenbuch, T. McCain, G. Bailey, L. Hild, G. Walton, D. Leesman, M. Copeland J. Schlitt, Gerald Stewart, Ernest Wahlsmith, D. Talmage, J. Mar- tin. Managers: W. Dannenberger, R. Hummell, W. Hagenbuch. YANKS (Chestnut) Hugh, Buehler, C. Maus, G. PLAY FOR MAY 31st Maus, L. Winkleman, Mike Bueh- ler, R. Gerdes, D. Southerland, D. Beaver, M. J. Hein, T. StauffeL D. Aughenbaugh, A. Stauffer, D. Rockwell, G. Pharis, A. Opper- man, R. Marten, S. Rager, D. Knoy. Manager: R. Kincade, E. Mor- riss, W. Maus, J. Buehler. 1961 SCHEDULE Note: Blacldace is Home Team May 31: Cards vs Cubs . June o 1 Indians vs Braves 2 White Sox vs Yanks at Chest- nut 5 Car*cls vs Indians 7 White Sox vs Cubs 9 Yanks vs Bes at Mt. Pul- aski 12 Cards vs Whiite Sox 14 Yanks vs Indians at Chestnut 16 Braves vs Cubs 19 Cards vs Yanks, at Mount Pulaski 21 Braves vs White Sox 23 Cubs vs Indians 26 C=ds vs Braves ,28 Cubs vs Yanks at Chestnut 30 Indians vs White Sox July- 3 Cards vs Cubs 4 Indians vs Braves 7 White Sox vs Yanks at Mt. Pulaski 10 Cards vs Indians 12 White Sox vs Cubs 14 yanks vs Braves at Chestnut 17 Cards vs White Sox 19 Yanks vs Indians at Mount Pulaski 21 Braves vs Cubs 31 Cards vs Yanks at Chestnut August - 2 Braves vs White Sox 4 Cubs vs Indians 7 Cards vs Braves 9 Cubs vs Yanks at Mr. Pulaski 11 Indians vs White Sox 18 All-Star Game. RECORD HOP AT REC SATURDAY, MAY 27th John Coleman, famous for his Record Hop over WCIA TV, Chan- nel 3, Champaign, will again be in Mount Pulaski as MC for a dance at the Tomlinson Recre- ation Center, Saturday, May 27, from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Donations are 50c per person and the age limit is 13 years and older. Doors will open at 8 p.m. PICTURES TAKEN MAY 21 or group pie- attire will be May 21, at 1 p.m. at the Library, by a from Springfield. will furnish in two shades bright red. He is city so that local not have to take the trouble to dress-up and trip to an out-of-town Pictures can be taken, (SUch as kitchen band as long as they are in 1 clothes. You may call and make an ap- With the photographer Individual (or coup- with two pictures s; Individual or close- and shoulders of 8 billfold size - $550; 8xlO - $4.00. questions concern- contact Mrs. Os- Belles secretary, or, Schaffenacker, Sil- OF APPRECIATION to thank everyone for and hope they the same for the Ann and Ron Lees- Buckles News Agency Safest Place To Keep It[ Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all times, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you . . . but costs little! WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. Loans FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASKL MNOIS TIMES.NEWS (Momst Puimi ELL), AY, MAY IL r Love Life" r PIANO RECITAL AT Piano duet: Ruth Stogdell METHODIST CHURCH Marilyn Arney: "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" A piano recital will be given The public is cordially Invited by" the pupils of Mrs. Francis My- to attend. rick, at the Methodist Fellowship A second recital will be to Hall on Tuesday, May 23, at ed on Tuesday, June 6th. 7:30 p.m. The program is as fol- lows: GUESTS AT HANSLOW Mark Williams: "So High" HOME MONTHERS" DAY Tom Connolley: "The Swing" Bob Taylor: "A Sailor's Life Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hans, For Me" low had as guests Mothers' Day, Jay Schlit;: "Goodbye, Old ,May lAth, their children, Mr. and Paint" Mrs. Francis Nolan and chl David Rothwelh "Stars and Dolores, Stephen, Dennis Stripes Forever" arrg. Richard, Mr. and Mrs. John Schlitt: "Prelude in G Shull and children Minor"- arrg. Janice of Bloomington; Mr. Floann Lynch: 'Fhe Pepper- Mrs. Forrest Hanslow and mint Drum Major" ten Connie and Dale, of Kay Schaffenacker: 'q'he Spin- Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. ning Top" and children Darrell and Christie Wagner: "Cossack Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanslow  Dance" children, Pamela and Ray, Jr. of Susan Taylor: "The Peanut Mr. Pulaski. Brothers" Sara McGee: "On Top Of Old MEMORIAL DAY SERVICZS Smoky" AT LOCAL CEMETERY Carolyn Schilling: 'rhe Hap- Memorial Day Services will be py Clown" held at the Mount Pulaski Ceme, Jean Wiebking: "Every Night tery on Tuesday, May 30 at 1 When the Sun Goes Down" p.m. The address will be given by Donna Gulso: "Pizzicata Polka" the Rev. Father Dan Daniel Rothwell: ''he Storm" National Chaplain of World Jeffrey Laatsch: "Valse in Eb" I. Susan Connolley: "Robin's Re. turn" THANK YOU Deann Ward: "Fantaisie Ira- I want to thank all those promptu in C# Minor remembered me with Piano duet: "Bobby and Lynne ers and prayers and those Dittus: "Here Comes the called, while I was a Parade" the ALM hospital in Vocal solo: "Deann Ward: "I (P) D. Harris MOBILE HOM SALE & SHOW OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY and SONDAY This Is It .. A MOBILE HOME SALE THAT WILL MAKE HISTORY ...... Tremendous special purchase from one of nation's top manufacturers - fabulous volume purchase - we bought the deal. They go on sale at the same kind of fantastic prices. Never before have we seen mobile homes of this quality offered at these low prices. LOOK -- New 1961 Sparlane by SPARTAN 5 x 10 Front Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms Genuine Oak Interior, Early American decor. Nationally listed and sold for $5533d)0 NOW you can buy this mobile home for as low as We've got a lot of these - and they're selling be- yond expectations when yeu see them you will know why - DON'T DELAY . THIS IS A TIME DEAL - it's terrific. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL VENTOURA MOBILE HOME - THE LIBERTY - THE ELCONA, THE ROCKET Over 3,000,000 Americans now live in homes come see how nice they are - this is your golden opportunity. ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS CAMPBELL TRAILER SALES North Side of the State Fairgrounds, on State o Route 4 SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS