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..TIMES-NEWS (Mount PulaskL Ill.) THURSDAY, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount .Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 1% 1930, under the Act of ongress on March 9, 1879. ! HARRY I. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: Three Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JUNE 1961 $ M T W T F S .... 1 23 45678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1819 20 21222324 252627282930 - o 41 m m LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Wilford K. Scroggin, Sr., and Mrs. Murrel Boyden, return- home last week from a trip to Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cumstay and son, Wilfrid, of Jacksonville, Fla., arrived in Mount Pulaski on Saturday to visit southwest of the city with her sister, Mrs. Claude Litterly. They will also visit with i relaUves and old friends in Lin- coln. The Misses Nora and Alice Dwjer of Springfield were in the city last Thursday visiting with 01d friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Tendick, west of the city, visited relatives in LaSalle, Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker of San Juan, Texas, visited south of i the city over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas. Becker is the former Treva gin of Mt. Pulaski. .... Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait left Setday for a visit of several i days with their sons and fami- i"  Dr. Edwin Wait in Streator, R and Dr. Myron Wait in Hamil- ii ton. I i! GE SELECTION of Play Clothes for your Chfldreu's Stun- met Wear. Shorts, Blouses, Crop |i Tope . $1.00 to $3.98 each. We |i, gtv S&H Greu Stamps. Huston & Paolosm Ladiu AppareL I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kieselhorst of Bradentine, Fla., stopped in the city recently enroute to their sum- met home in Three Lakes, Wis. A petition was filed in Logan county court recently probating the will of John Maus of Chest- nut Real estate and personal _,_ were listed as of unde- us'mmeu value. The widow Ber- tha Maus, was appointed execu- tor. MrS. Mytrie Cummins, Spring- field, and son, George Likens, of Blloxi, Miss., called on friends in JUNE 1, 1961 WRIGHT VAUDEVILLE TROUPE which will appear here for per- formances on the opening day of the Sil-Tennial, Saturday, July 22, during the afternoon. day afternoon they all went to New Salem State Park. Dr. and Mrs. James Borger- son expect to leave Sunday on a two weeks' vacation trip to Phoenix, Ariz., where they will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Borgerson. SSgt. and Mrs. Paul W. Gillum and son Steven Paul, of Lake Charles, La., after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gillum, Sr., city, and relatives and friends in Effing- ham, left Monday for their home. --LARGE SELECTION of Play Clothes for your children's Sum- mer Wear. Shorts, Blouses, Crop Tops SI.00 to $3.98 each. We give SKH Green Stmnps, Huston & Paolone Ladies AppazeL The green benches that were in storage during the winter, are now in the public square where people may enjoy sitting around and relaxing. Mrs. Ray Lee, East Peoria, and Mrs. Earl Godfrey, Knoxville, vis- ited their sister, Mrs. Sam Sparks, between Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln, last week. In all, 97 degrees were conferr- ed at the annual commencement exercises at Lincoln College, Lin- coln, on Sunday, May 28. One of the graduates was Jeffrey A. Sim- kins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Letand Simkins. He received a certificate in Commerce. Two children, Mariann Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Miller, Latham; and Elvis Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hayes, Mt. Pulaski, received their first Holy Communion at the 8 a.m. Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, TriniW Sunday, May 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Koritza, of Milwaukee, Wis., visited in Jack- sonville Saturday and Sunday with her father, Chris Beck. Mon- day they stopped in Mount Pul- with her uncle and aunt. Adam Weckel and Mrs. Merle Riedle. I Fred Holmes returned home on Monday from a two week's vaca- tion and fishing trip. He went Mount Pulaski last Friday, going aski to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ver- then to Lincoln to visit with her nita Wachter, and, in Chestnut sister, Mrs. David Cheek at the Mary-Henry Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Volle made an auto trip to Urbana on :: Sunday and accompanied by Mrs. Volle's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Case, went :.: to;the cemetery at Hoopseton to : visit the graves of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Febus and daughter Cynthia Linn of Peoria, to Bovey, Minn., and accomp- anied Wayne Machinen into Can- ada. Mrs. Fred Beck and children, Cathy and Jennifer, of Franklin, Ill., have been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Vemita Wachter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Domick of Decatur, visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Marie Van Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent VanHook and daughters, of Decatur, were Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Hook and fam-[ ily.trs. Anna Eddy returned to I her home last Weekend from the l Bartman Nursing Home in At-] lanta, where she had been for I some time. Her daughter, Mrs. l Norman Mayer of Elmhurst visit-' ed her over Memorial Day. Jim Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. :Floyd Kelly, has returned home from Charleston, where he attend- ecl Eastern Illinois University the pat school year. you had Visitors Memorial Day or went visiting or on a trip, please let Paul Beidler or the Times-News know for next week's paper. Mrs. Louis Mayer and children, Mary and Joseph, of Mattoon, were in the city Memorial Day and atended the program and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Sams. Mervin Kinert of Decatur was in the city Memorial Day and vis- ited with his mother, Mrs. Bessie Kinert. Mr. and Mrs. John Warren and children of Duluth, Minn., are spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Froschauer returned from a trip to Monteray, Calif. on May 29. They were accompanied home by their son Gene, who has been in the Armed Forces for the past two years. Enroute they stopped and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ayers, who now reside in Serra Vista, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee spent Saturday and Sunday in Quint" and Ursa with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Andrew and MATINEE / Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Harold An- drew and daughter Fontelle. Mrs. Viva Leggett visited sev- eral days last week in Muncie, Ind. with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz. Mrs. Harry King of Tuscola, visited from Friday to Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Maude Shoup. She also called on Mrs. Grace McDonald, and went to Lincoln to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shoup and Lucille Johnston. ---SPORTS WEAR FOR JUNIORS and MISSES. Jr. Sizes 5- 15. Miss- es sizes, 8 to 44. Single or Co- ordinate sets, $I.98 to $7.98 each. We give SH Green Stamps. Huston & Pin,lone Ladies Appurel Memorial Day visitors at the home of Mrs. Viva Leggett were, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Todd of Secor; Mrs. William Voelker and grand- daughters of Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Paync. LOGAN COUNTY LAKE FORK SCHOOL PICNIC SUNDAY, JUNE 11 The Lake Fork Grade School picnic will be held Sunday June 11. A potluck dinner will be serv- ed at 12:30 p.m. Ever)." one is in- vited. Beverages will be furnish- ed. (6-8) RECREATION CENt ACTIVITIES There will be open swi every afternoon from 1:30 p.m., except weekends whe _ will be the usual two .1 Swimming at night will. night, except Sunday, M Tuesday. from 6:30 to 8"j Skating will be Thursda day. Saturday. and SundaY this wcek. from 7 to 10 p- Saturday and Sunday" afte from 2 to 4 p.m. Next Thursday, June 8, tl Top Squares wiil have theit lar square dance from S toI WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 cm. to 8:00 P'i MONDAY -- WEDNE 8:00 am. to 4:00 FRIDAY and SATURI: JACOB BUTTEI00 ELKHART, ILL. .__.-- when Hall ruins your crops Be safe- insure your crop income with Farmers Mtfiuol Hail. You pay no more, yet you get much more--30 trained fieldmen and 100 adjusters to assure prompt payment of claims- fire and "lightning protection on crops in the field at. no extra cost. Call your agent or write today. A. W. Schcrffenacker Agency MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS 2323 GRAND DES MOINES, Congratulations, Graduates t41gh school days are over. Before you lies a golden path in our land of  -- to the eity Wednesday, May HA N SS RACING  24 and left the baby with her RE opportunity. dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i 'ebtm, while they, accompanied i by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howe of i: Latham, drove to Boone, N.C. and Mrs. Robert Borgerson , of Mt Prospect, visited over the  weekend with his brother, Dr. !:: James Borgerson and wife. Sun- Today, in this modern age of space and rodce4ts you'll find some of the old- famhioned, earth-bound virtues like thrift will serve you well. We hope to know FAIR GROUNDS y.u better in the days that lle ahead and serve your needs as we have many ,, SUNDAY, JUNE 4 , o, our graduates throughout the years. il--i OSTEOPATHIC ill 4 RACES -- g and 3 year old I i IlOln. toOffMH.c?S:to 5 p.m. lll Trollers and Pacers I m:! "-- Ill SHmNE CtUB CH00mrmS I E: | ]P.O, BOX g7. Mount Pulaldd, 111. |]| '11 ..u.t ,s ..oo, l S01 S. WASHINGTON ST. i00iDnatins - $1.00 Grandstand Free ' i