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2---TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, hi. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES.NEWS Mount Pulaski, IlIinota Published and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher  M ant] ea Terms of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c :Months ................................. $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JUNE 1961 S M T W T F S .... 1 23 45678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 222324 252627282930 - o LOCAL NEWS Miss Judy Fritz of Florence, visited from Thursday to with Mr. and Mrs. Roman Romer and family. Mrs. Clarence Bowers and dau-  ghter, Mrs. Ellis Wood, were in Greenview recently to attend-the high school commencement exer- The former's grandson, Charles Ingham, was one of the Carroll Wood, of Bloomington, former Mount Pulaski township + high school coach and Bob and B!!::: J Romer, left Satlarday, for ': Greeley, Colo., where they will take a summer course of study at D:i Colorado State University. i:: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee :: te in Blandinsville Sunday L:: with Mr. and Mrs. John Rotofson. (, Mr. Rolofson was employed in the ! : Times-News office for a time sev- years ago. They also visited time with Forrest Suycott little daughter, whom they in the business district. From the Leckbee's drove Quincy and then home. :Richard Lanham, formerly of son of Mrs. Mary E. Leg- gett, bit. Pulaski, will graduate Saturday, June 17, Father's Day, from the U. of I., Champaign-Ur- bane. He will receive a Bachelor of Science degree from College of Commerce. The young man at- tended Lincoln high schl and graduated from Urbana High School in 1957. Mrs. Vaughan Walch ahd fath- er, George W. Howland, return- eel home last Friday evening from ii Waupan, Wis. where they had been about 10 days on business and visiting relatives. Waupan is their old home town. Nancy Leigh Broughton visit. ed in Waynesvillle recently, with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. --Sugguttoas for gifts for the June bride -- bedspreads, blank. et rugL sheet pillow cases, towel sets, lunchems cloths, We givo S&H Greeu Stamps. Huston 6 Paoloae Apparel I Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. Harper I of Washington, D.C., who came \\; here recently to visit with his too- I \\; ther, Mrs. Clara Belle Harper who I [(/\\; observed her 100th birthday on  Saturday, June 3, went to De- . catur Monday to visit his brother,  Harry, and wife, then left for their Washington home. Dale Gasaway of Blue Island 'visited here several days recently With his brother, Roy Gasaway, i:, anal sister, Mrs. Raymond Ayers. Mr.' and Mrs. Paul R. Moore visited in the Chicago area Sat. urday and Sunday - in LaGrange, with his brother, David, and wife, in Park Forest with their mghter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce 0 DR. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 10azn. to12M.- 2to5p.m. (By Appointment) Office and Reeidence Phgne SW 2-5213 P.O. Box 67, Momtt Pulaski, I 301 S. WASHINGTON ST. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Enselman and sons David and Mark. They were ac- !companied home by Mrs. Ensel- man and sons. Marolyn, Carolyn and Cathy Edwards, of Beason, returned to their home Monday after a visit of one week west of the city with their grandpgrents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Finis Piper and daughter Nancy, Webster Grove, Mo. visited west of the city from Thursday to Sunday with rela- tives, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Ed- wards. Many people will be interested in knowing that the Altar and and Rosary Society of the St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Elk- hart will sponsor a chicken din-: her at the church Sunday, June 25. ---Come in and select your gift items for the June brides at Hus. ton & Paolone Apparel We give S&H Green Stamps. Robert Downing visited at home several days with his mother, Mrs. Katherine Downing. On Sun- day he returned to Champaign- Urbane where he will graduate from the U. of I. Saturday, June 17 with a Bachelor of Science degree. He will remain at the university during the vacation period, where he has a position. Mr. and Mrs. John Mohr and three of their children, Margaret, Regina and David, of Dubuque, Iowa, visiter Friday to Monday with her mother, Mrs. Steve Pat- terson. They brought Mrs. Patter. son home from Dubuque where she has been for several weeks following the death of her hus- band. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen, has returned home from Champaign after completing his first year of study at the University of Illinois. Mr. and Mr William F. Merri- man, sons Craig and David, were recent visitors at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merri- man. Mrs. Kenneth O'Brien and dau- ghter Kathleen, of Milwaukee, Wis., v%ited at the home of her cousin Willis Ayers last Satur- day. Mrs. O'Brien is the young- est daughter of the late Calvin and Laura Payne. They lived near the Copeland Christian chur- ch for a number of years. Mrs. O'Brien returned to her home on Sunday. Harry Wayne Milner spent a few days in Mount Pulaski, com- ing last Friday from Tulsa, Okla., with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus. He arrived at the air base last week and had a short furlough to visit his fath- er, Harry Milner, who is still con- fined to a hospital with a,broken leg. CARD OF THANKS We want to take this opportun- ity to thank our friends and tel. atives for the words of sympathy, flowers, cards and all other re- membrances, during the illness and at the time of the death of our loved one, Harley S. Coats. The Family. ANNOUNCEMENT JOHN T. McCULLOUGH Atorney-al-Law has removed his law office to the Farmers Bank Building (Fonnly Office of  Sim/dns) HOURS (Effective June 19, 1961) Mondays 9:30 o.m, . 3:30 p.m, Thursdays 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Saturdays 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Other Times By Appointment TELE: SW2-3914, or if no answer Lincoln 732.9087 being High costs really squeeze younger families. They need most lie insurance protection whea they have least mone T. Get out of that squeeze with BMA's "All Purpose" Plan... "lease-rye" insurance gives low-cost protection m; you can convert to perma- nent insurance when your budset is less strained. Call today for hrtber iaKaafioa. Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI Immiss mBrS ASSmmC[ C0. r,,,m  4t.  _-  SW l.:lN4 WEATHER There has been quite a vari- ation in the temperature the past week. Here are temperatures the 8 - 83+; 9th - 82; 10th, upperJ 11th - 93; 12th - 92; 13th at 73 but a rain and wind held the mercury down; more rain and a high of 66; this 15th, morning  the temperature standing past seven days: Thursday, June cloudy sky and quite Faher's Day GIFT SUGGESTIONS Washington Dee Cee Cotton Sport (LOHG AND SHORT SLEEVES) Mark Twain White Shirts Knit Shirts .......................... $9..99 and (WITH COLLARS) Lee and Test Dungarees Big Yank Chambray Shirts Pajamas Calumet and Freeman Dress Shoes (SIip.ons and Ties -- Black . Brown) Wolverine and Jung Work Shoes TIES - SOX - INITIALED BELTS DOUDS CLOTHING and S "Follow The Crowds To Douds" EFFECTIVE JULY 1, % INTEREST 1961 COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY will be paid on Savings Accounts THE FARMERS BANK THE HRST NATIONAL BANK % Mount Pulaski, m. YOUR HOUSE Add a room.., fix up the attic, enclose a porch.., and if the cash isn't handy, use ours. Payments to suit your conven" ience and, of course, reasonable rateS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski. Illinois