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(Mount Pulaski, ILl), THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1961 PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor rind Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: 75c $1.50 Year ......................... : .......... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JUNE 1961 S M ! W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 - NEWS and Mrs. Robert S. Aitchi- sons of Deerfield, a Chi- suburb, made a week end in Lincoln with his aunt Harold F. Trapp, Sr. They on relatives and old in Mount Pulaski Satur- r afternoon. Mrs. Clara Hahn arrived Satur- r from Fullerton, Calif., where had been on an extended at the home of her son, Boydi Jr., and family. Marylee Thomas, Spring- field, was a Sunday guest of her Mrs. Frank Passmore, Sr. Mr, and Mrs. Orville Gasaway guests on Mothers' Day, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and daughter Paula. grandson, Barry Gushleff to be present as he Pre-Medical School State College. Mount Pulaski each year since meeting Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Vernita Wachter returned home Tuesday from Muskegon, Mich., where she visited three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Mudgett, and family. In Decatur, Saturday evening, May 20, the Millikin University School of Music, presented the play, "The Light Fantastic." One of the members of the cast was Muriel Ann Hassebrock, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hasse- brock of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Sr.,.of Mr. Pul- -aski attended, going as guests of Muriel Ann's maternal grandpar. entS, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Decatur. --SUMMER SLEEPWEAR by Mmssingwear, Carter rind K(rser. Huston & Paolone. Mr. and Mrs. Raymer O'Bryen came home Monday from St., Louis, Me., where he has been a patient in the Union Pacific hos- pital for a week. Mrs. Annie Buckles and daugh. ter Linda, left the first of the week for Windsor, Ontario, Can- ada, being called their by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Whitmore. Mrs. Dave Vandeventer was in Nokomis over the weekend where she attended the wedding of her cousin, Gale M. Johnson to Bar- bara Cole, at St. Mark's church, Saturday afternoon. James Honea of Athens, has been employed by Ray Landholt of the Landholt,Upholstery Busi- ness. He began his duties Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. James Horn and family have moved from Dallas, Texas. where they have resided for three years, to Altadena, Calif. Mr. Horn is employed by the Heft- man Electronics in the engineer- ing division. They visited recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horn, northwest of Mount Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blunt of Easton, Ill. WORTHY MATRON. WORTHY PATRON NIGHT SATURDAY Mount Pulaski Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will observe Worthy Matron's and Worthy Pat- ron's Night, Saturday, May 27, at 8 p.m. Blanche Ford, Decatur III Chap- ter will be the guest of honor. Mrs. Mildred Wickline, Lincoln Chapter, will serve as Worthy Matron and Lester Wickline as Worthy Patron. Betty Polley of Atlanta, Associate Matron; Robert Polley, Associate Patron; Ister Havener, Sarah Dake Chapter, Ill- iopolis, Secretary; Louis Fink of Kenney, Treasurer; Kathryn Ahlenius, Decatur, No. III, Con- ductress. June Green, McLean, Associate Conductress; Mary Veech, Mount Pulaski, Marshal; George Daven- )ort, Clinton, Chaplain; Frieda Davenport, Clinton, Organist; Le- ona Rau, Latham, Adah; Rena Mc Allister, Sarah Dake, Illiopolis, Ruth; Imogene Fink, Kenney, Es- ther; Gerusia Hayes, Mt. Pulaski, Electa; Cletus Howe, Latham, i Warder; Leo Batterton, Cornland, Sentinel; Donald Copeland, Color Bearer. Maxine Schultz will be soloist with Mildred Myrick as her ac- companist. Mac Kretzinger and Mary Veech are in charge of the Chapter Room. Hostesses arePaul- ine Ey, Amelia Keck, Helen An- demon, Virginia Rothwell and Cleva Aderman. Irene Matthews and Naomi Curtis will serve on the eligibility committee. This vent is open to all members of the Eastern Star. , Following the meting, the Sil- Tenniel Belles Kitchen Band will furnish the entertainment for evening. , June Crawford and Joe lanr, Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, will be the hosts. : Col. and Mrs. J. W. Smoak, D.C., visited south city Wednesday night of with friends, Mr. and L. Lucas. Mrs. Smoak former Mary Frances Meist- Mt. Pulaski. .i Variety of Graduation Gifts, ]duds and prices. Huston & Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert H. Schahl in Edinburg Thursday even- May 18 to attend a meeting the Funeral Directors' Ass'n., No. 10. In this newspaper, issue of May a List of names was printed from out-of-town, who the wedding of Miss Weckel and Ronald Lees- Two names were uninten- omitted, Mr. and Mrs. A1- Moelhenry of Chicago. The is a niece of Mrs. Moel- henry. AA} interested in Carlyle ceme- 4 miles, west of Mount Pul- will want to meet at the on Sunday, June 4, to graves of their families other relatives, and old as well as war veterans. regular program has been Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Grace Miss Jessie Turley and  Florence Wagner, were in Friday, May 19th and the Membership Tea of :,Springfield Garden Club held the home of Mrs. Charles Beck- West Lawrence Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Clark of Atti- , Ind., visited in the city Mon- r and Tuesday with friends, Mr. Mrs. Harvey Davis, Sr. The couples first met in 1947 spending the winter in Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Clark made several short visits in H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 12 M. - 2 to 5 pxn. (.By Appointment) and Residence Phone SW 2-5213 67, Mount Pulcmld, Ill. 801 S. WASHINGTON ST. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank friends and rel- atives for the cards and flowers I received while I was a patient in the hospital and since return- ing to my home. Katie. Keil. Income tax: Playing truth or consequences the hard way. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES CHORUS PRACTICE JUNE 1 The Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus will practice at the Library on Thursday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. The next Pageant Chorus re- hearsal will be Monday, June 5th. Alimony: A system by which one person pays for the mistakes of two. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lacheamyer, Agent PHONE SW2-5113 MOUNT PULASKL ILL. MEAT SPECIALS! SIRLOIN STEAl{_.. ........................... lb. 79c T - BONE STEAK ............................ lb. 79c COUNTRY SAUSAGE .................... lb. 49c PORK CHOPS ................................ lb. 69c Strawberries will be coming In soon PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!! BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 1/2 BEEF - Choice ...................................... .lb. HIND QUARTER ............................................ lb. FRONT QUARTER ._-. ..................... : ............ lb. --- Closed Saturday at Noon -- 4Sc SSc 4Sc MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE SW 2-541 MOUNT PULASKI .:. ILLINOIS SERVICES TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1961 1:30 P.M. All groups assemble on East Side of Square at 1:00 D.S.T. March to Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. where services be held. In event of rain services will be held in school gym at 1:30 p.m. Transportation will be .:. PROGRAM .:. Placing of Flowers at Base of Flag Pole Invocation Music Address - Salute to the Dead Taps National Anthem Lowering of Flag Benediction Retreat Rev. John Rev. Father Dan - High School ] Post Commander and - - Rev. John All chiln are invited to bring flowers and be in the Line NOTICE TO DOWNTOWN CAR STREET CLEANING TIME WILL START * Friday, May 26 The Street Department asks that all be moved from around the square and one each way. We ask you to please park your Thursday night on \\; any off street, .until 7 Friday. Time is an element and cars parked on above streets make quite a delay in cleaning. We do not wish to issue any ticketJ for removal of said cars if possible. The Street Department again asks for cooperation. Help us keep the City clean. Thank You, Street & Alley Dept. lily Memorial Day... A day that a nation pauses to those who so much for freedo and a day to the ideals for whk:h they d|ed. We will hnsad business Memorial May 30th RRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PulaskL Illinois Q