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Mo,.mt PulaskL ELL, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 MGUrF PULASln TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, llUnois and entered as second matter in the post office at Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress on March 9, lS79. RJmRY L Wlm,E 'rommm of S-lptiems: Month .......................... 75c " Montl ................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Every Th JUNE 1961 S'M T W T F S .... I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ]7 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 o NEWS Katie Jenner, lifelong res- of Mount Pulaski, in recent made her home with a 81er Frances, wife of Truman Following the death of LARichards several weeks ago, Jenner went to Riverton to with another sister, Mrs. McKenna. Ing to a Logan county petition filed at the court- in Lincoln, during last Truman C. Richards, Mt. was appointed adminis- for the estate ot his wife, Richards, who died sev- ago. Personal property at $3,000 and real es. te at 500. Mm. Earl Beebe of San Marino, arrived in the city recent- visit with her mother and Mrs. Sarah Lachenmyer, Florence. son or Stephen has completed another of teaching in the Joliet school system, and ltrned to Mt Pulaski. Romex and Paul Manes home Sunday from a 10- auto trip to points of interest They visited in Den- Estes Park and Grand Lakes, other points. Sarah Dehner of Lincbin visited Ill the city over the week end sister Mrs. Bill Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes and M[r. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles went W Havana on Sunday to attend the funeral of a relative, Mrs. MeTers. Blanche Sward returned to:Chicago Sunday following a with her half-brother, Ellis and other relatives. Phyllis Biesemeier, dau- of Mr. and Mrs. John D. will graduate from Valparaiso (Indiana) University, Sunday, June 11. Her parents will be present at the commencement Phyllis will further her , ucaon by attending the Geo. 'a College in Nashville, ', , next school term. lllp Bertoni, son of Mr. and Samuel L. Bertoni, has re- home from South Bend, after completing another term at Notre Dame Uni- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fulk and called on relatives and ds in Lincoln, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick early Sunday morning for ! dwvlew, near Chicago, where v were sponsors at the baptism baby granddaughter, Eleanor, daughter of Mr. Mrs. George Woodyard. Mr. li)l H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: )am, to12M.. 2to5pxn. (By Appointment) and  Phmm SW 2-5213 Mount PulaskL IlL 801 S. WASHINGTON ST. MEMBERS OF WRIGHT'S VARIETY SHOW who will appear here on opening afternoon of the Sil-Tennial, July 22. Tendick returned home Sunday evening, but his wife remained for a longer stay. The Woodyard family is moving to Charleston where he will teach Spanish next school term in Eastern Illinois University. Mrs. Pearl Glose visited near of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Allspach and family. She also attended the 8th glade commencement held in the new high school gym at Macon on Monday night, her granddaugh- ter, Pamela Allspach being one of those graduating. Pamela gave Macon from Monday to Thursday the welcome address. Lois' Dress, Shop Will. Open For Business FRIDAY, JUNE9 On South Side d Square Mount Pulaski Featuring Ladies Ready-To-Wear and Children's Wear - 3 to 6X THE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1961 INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY will be paid on Savings Accounts THE FARMERS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, IlL Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheuler I visited in Peoria Sunday with her nephew, Burdett Maske, and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nicolay of Sn Bernardino, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allen, of Pekin; Mrs. Helen Weckel, Rock Island, all former Mount Pulaskians, spent the weekend with Mrs. Sophia Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doud were in Des Moines, Iowa from Saturday to Monday visiting relatives. In Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Sunday, Jtme 4, they attended Mass, the first one to be given by Mr. Doud's nephew, the Rev. Rich- ard Wagner, who graduated on May 28 from Loras College, Du- buque, Iowa. DAIRY ESSAY CONTEST ENTRIES I would like to visit a dairy farm because on TV there was a story about a dairy farm and it was very interesting. They show- ed all the things that are one a I would like to visit a farm because I like to drink and would like to see how is produced. I know some about dairying, the barn has be clean. The cows have to fed a certain kind of feed so t will give a lot of milk. I like to try my luck at milker on a tame cow. I also like to see how milk is ed. I think seeing what with all the cows in the would be fun. Seeing how feed the cows hay and grains would be interesting- be I will grow up to be a farmer. By Larry BeasO Our class, at Beason School is entering the Would Like To Visit A Farm" contest. I have never to a big Dairy Farm. I like to see how the milg are cared for. On our milk the cows by hand running them into the dairy farm. They showed how J ions. Each cow's milk is they milked cows and what they, in clean ten gallon canS- J did with the milk. I cans are then placed inl I At school we had to write a J milk cooler over night. business letter to send for some-Imorning a truck from the thing free and some of the child- ten sent away about a dairy farm. I want to see the hens laying eggs and see how the hen hatch- es the eggs. Most of all I would like to see all the baby animals. By Stephanie Hoffman, Lncoln comes to pick up the know on a large dairy would be much different; is why I would like to large dairy farm. By Roger Raisin: A grape with ANNOUNCEMENT JOHN T. McCULLOUGH Atomey-at-Law has removed his law office to the Farmers Bank Building (FosmerlT Office of Leland Sim/dns) HOURS (Effective June 19, 1961) Mondays 9:30 am.. 3:30 1:n. Thursdays 9:30 am. - 3:30 p_m. Saturdays 1:00  - 3:30 p.m. Other Times By Appointment TELE: SW2-39140 or if no answer Lincoln 732-9087 Dread Another Summer Without Air Conditioning ? If you would rtke to acid some cooling to Y home and hesitate to dip into savings or the ' tm't handy, use ours. Reasonable rates and tin'_ aclCm on a loan thaf will lower tem pero.r. am:l tempers when the weather really gets FIRST NATIONAL BANK Me-at lqL=S]rJ,