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..................................... j _" - "=---- ...... 2.'---'('- i-_Lincoln,- - ........... .u, otrLIll. .......... SXElmer. ours ........... verYH (Pete)--trulY'shepard 8,theo., f orALMsur., ho,toghSpitaler i" Thursday,r r,i June. , 111 ltae .... " . ,, .............. , __., .... din,, , I -- aways naa a warm spot EDITOR'S NOTE: A letter xrom east of the city, entered the St. J ,lmY .heart for the town of Mt. Mrs. Shepard, received Tuesday, Clara's hoSpital June 7, for surg- I ;, ,a and had many good tim- brought the sad news of her hus- err .taste during my teen years, band's unexpected death, Friday, "Tom Sather son of Mr. and Mrs. _all possible, I shall make a June 2. We never knew Elmer but Herloph Sather is a medical pa- effort to get to some of after reading his friendly letter tient at the Great Lakes Naval ,,estivities. Am enclosing a and receiving a very generous HoSpital. He will be hospitalized "La and wish that a Souvenir contribution from him, we feel for some time and would appreci- Edition be sent to Ray- as though we had lost a good ate hearing from his friends. His r,_ B. McNattin, 404 W. Vine friend, adress is Sather, T. H., F.A. 585- j,, -aarapaign, Ill.; also a con- -- 22-73 Floor 11 North Wing, Great tion by Robert F. McNattin, 80 Cottage St. Lakes Naval Iospital, Great Lak- ah" w. Maple Ave., Wilmette, Ill. Lockport, New York es Ill " one for myself Mv best wishes for a wonderful '.. ; ............  S - " . "  . . Merle Lucas was Oil uuty vv cu- . ure your Sil-Tennlal will celebratmn. Am looking forward _[.,, ,,,,. h r,oSt office duties .,=.gteat success, because Mr. to my copy of the Souvenir Edi- ,t:,:/-,,:-:,  ..... .,,.^ ".Ski . . , as fie lOOK ills latllg[, vla*l*v*l riP,, knows how to do things t]on. We are hoping some of the .... L_ ,,-o Veteran's "" Hahns from New York will be Lucas to t,e ,,.v, Katherine McNattin. able to attend hoSpital in Dwight for examina- Ltncoln, Ill. . June 12, 1961 .aar: b''ls please find a check td_"creer the cost of the special  I ordered from you last lanl sure it will be an out- a g piece of journalism, and krna_ ent all residents and ki  residents of Mount Pulas- e enjoy many years for to Respectfully, Robert Mayer. ]  J. WibleMay 30th, 1961 *-maski, Ill. I  Me. Wible: ...w'd is my check for con- ILI to the Sil-Tennial As- ln and bound volume of m-New s I  born and raised on South g St., across from the old Mt. Pulaski in 1908 Was Home, 71 years ago, and Qtt! there two years ago but . nacl time for a few hours ",.*.am planning on spending 3q.,t'Termial week there this itu ve truly enjoyed the Times- g the past two years. is the most interesting per in the world as it I rae informed of the hap- _ to the people I knew  Years ago. Herewith is . - mr rny subscription renew- to meet you and all my in July, I am, Sincerely, Lorina M. Hahn. 19 Northland Drive Decatur, Ill. Enclosed is my contribution for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best wishes. Dorothy Holmes Palmer. IN APPRECIATION I want to thank my friends and relatives for cards, flowers, gifts and other kindnesses, while I was a patient at St. John's hos- pital, and since returning home. Mrs. Wilbert Yagow. PURCELL REUNION TO BE !HELD SUNDAY, JUNE 18th -The annual Purcell Reunion will be held Sunday, June 18th at the Tomlinson Recreation Center in Mount Pulaski, with a potluck dinner at noon, serving to start at 12:30 or 1:00 p.m. There are 75 relatives. We would appreciate it if all could be there. Bring own table service. FAREWELL DINNER A farewell potluck dinner was held following the morning chur- ch services at the Methodist church, Sunday, honoring Rev. and Mrs. John E. Muir and fam- ily, who will make their home "in Waverly, the new church year. There was a fine attendance de- spite the fact that the farewell: was planned on short notice when it was learned that the Muirs would not return. A cash gift was presented the Muirs. tion and medical attention. Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni went to Urbana Monday to the Carle Clin- ic for examination and medical care. Henry W. Schafer, 92 years old, was taken to the ALM hospital, Tuesday, in the Schahl ambu- lance, as a medical patient. Troll Turner was admitted to St. Clara's hospital Tuesday, June medical attention. William Renner entered ALM hospital Tuesday, June 6, for medical atention. B I Mr. and Mrs. Louis n, are parents of a daughter, Wed- nesday, June 7, in Mary's hospital, Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver D. Letterle of Chestnut, are parents of a son born Thursday, June 8, in the De- catur-Macon county hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Stauffer of Kenney, are parents of a daugh- ter, their first child, born Sunday, June 11, at the Decatur.Macon county hospital. She has been named Jacqueline Lisa Stauffer Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stauffer, St., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newell of Chestnut. --Suggesttous for gifts for the Iuno bride -- bedsp. blank-J eta. rugs, sheets, pillow comes. I towel sets, luncheon cloths. We I give S&H Greeu Stamps. Huston & Paoloue Apparel [ ! Sell it with a Classified Ad. TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL IlL, THUBSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961--7 II SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-335 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Houri A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski. Illinois -- AMBULANCE SERVICE j ,, , Silence, Pieasel Cap Edwards' little boy started taking saxophone lessons a few weeks ago, and they tell me the noise on Upper Main Stree was pretty bad. Then, one afternoon, the Ed- wards' house was quiet again, and Mrs. Jackson next door figured the boy must have given up tooting his horn. Next time she saw Sis Edwards she asked her about it. "Well," Sis said, "we knew that racket must be driving you folks crazy. So Cap got a soundproof telephone booth from the phone company sec- ondhand. Junior practices in it to his heart's content. Even I don't have to hear him. From where I sit, Cap is I- lng up to one of ow e4de i American principles -- respe for a neighbor's privacy sa ..... feelings. You en he sm-e a thonghtful nn like this aevm" tries to force hls opinions sl preferences on anyone. Hes the sort of man who'll go out of his way to have a boule of r beer reedy to serve his even though he ny not pte beer himself. We can aH a "lesson" in tolerance from Cap's phone booth. 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