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Mmmt MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount  Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Edilor mad PuhUsher Terms of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JUNE 1961 S M I" W T F S - 1 2 3 45678910 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 222324 252627282930 " o o LOCAL NEWS Mrs. John Riley of Mattoon, visited in the city over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Walter Moll. Miss Eloisa Leslie, San Jose, Calif., is visiting this week with Mr, and Mrs. Dean Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sams and other relatives and friends. She is a former Mount Pulaskian. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert H. Schahl left Saturday for Chicago to at- tend the 81st annual convention the Illinois Funeral Directors' "Ass'n. at the Conrad Hilton hotel from June 19 . 21. They returned Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jams Hubbard Decatur, visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard. Percy Capps and grandson Alan Rogers were in the city a short Saturday while on an auto to Mr. Capp's home in To- Kans. Mr. Capias had been in Brooklyn, N.Y., with Mrs. Claudia Rogers grandson was taking him . While in town they call- at the residence of relatives Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler and Mrs. S. Beidler. Mr. Capps was born in Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. John Dolton ,and Debbie of Greeley, Colo. south of the city Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Litter- IV. They were enroute home from *an auto trip into Canada and points of interest in the north- eastern states. Mr. and Mm. J. O. Cain of Jack- and Mrs. Anna Hutchin- son of Springfield, visited Sunday th Mrs. Cain's sister, Mrs. Troll All of them went to Lin- coln to see Mr. Turner, a patient in the St. Clara's hospital.  Mrs. Anna Ryan came home June 14th, from Decatur, follow- ing a visit of two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Scardello, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hershey of'Bloomington, were guests last Saturdday of his uncle and aunt, Volle and Miss Katie Voile. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Leckbee served dinner Sunday evening, to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Everett The affair honored their on Father's Day. Mark and Sarah McGee, child- n of Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- of this community, visited in West Frankfort all last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis. Their parents went after them Sunday. James Pugh visited in Gil- recently with her sister, Mrs. Butler. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 12 M.. 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) Onlce md  Phe SW 2-5213 Box 67, Mount lhflmfl IlL THURSDAY. E 22, 1961 Mrs. Elizabeth Spontneo of Springfield, was a visitor all lasl week at tile home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Roman Romer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connol- ley and family, of Princton, ar- rived in the city Tuesday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley. At their home on Route 121, north of the city, Sunday, June 18, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dittus V, erved dinner to the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Delmari Slagell, Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Foster, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen, sons Stephen and Robert. They had a cook-out in the evening. Father's Day visitors and din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley, were: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Connolley and family of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolley and faro. fly, city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and .sons of Traverse City, Mich. and his mother, Mrs. Elmer R. !Hamilton of Latham, visited in Mt. Pulaski part of last week at the home of te latter's sister Mrs. Gene C. Clear on North Vine :St. Mrs. Hamilton had been in Traverse City on an extended stay with her son, any they brought her back to Latham recently. Mrs. Merle Riedle of Chestnut, left by train on Sunday for Mon- terey, Calif. to visit her son-in- law and. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Webb and children. Mr. Webb is in the service, and just recently returned with his family to California, following a stay of three and one-half years in Japan. Mrs. Marguerite Jones returned Saturday evening to her home in Chicago, after coming here to at- tend the funeral services of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wilbur (Dew- ey) Anderson. She also visited her son, John West, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Baird and children of Decatur, were Mon- day evening callers at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer. They couldn't be here for Father's Day. Mrs. Floyd Kelly and son John spent Thursday of )ast week in Charleston with her ts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee re- turned home Sunday from a two week's visit in Myattsville, Md., with their son, Don and family. On the way home they stopped in Muncie, Ind., for a day's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz, former Latham residents. Mrs. John Daly and daughters, Margaret and" Ellen of Benton I Harbor, Mich., were visitors over the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Floyd Kelly, and fam- ily. Several people from the area are planning to go to Elkhart on Sunday, June 25 to attend the chicken dinner at noon, sponsored by the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The water tower on the square is being painted this week, giv- ing it a "new look" for the week of the Sil-TenniaL Markings for parking places on the streets a-i round the business district have! also been painted, improving the appearance of the streets. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Triebel of Pasadena, Calif. arrived in May to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hem, other friends and relatives. They expect to remain in this section of the country through the Sil- Tennial Celebration. Miss Phyllis Jean Biesemeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Biesemeier, received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from th College of Arts and Sci- enca at Valparaiso, Indiana, on Sunday, June 1L Loren Guffey was graduated from the University of Tulsa Okia.) with a Bachelor of Sci- ence in Business Administration. He is the son of Mrs. Mary Guffey, 311 S. Vine, Mr. Pulaski. While at TU he was a member of Alpha Kappa Phi, economics society and the Society for Advancement of Management. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry of Chicago, visited here over the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Grace Buckles, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and family. They came to attend the wedding on Saturday evening of Miss Sharon Buckles and Dean Leesman, the latter of Harburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Younger and sons, Steve" and Scott, moved from Springeld on Saturday, to Vandalia, where the Bell Tele- phone Co. has transferred Mr. Younger. He will take /charge of the Company's phone business as manager. Mrs. Younger is the former Mary Ann Dana, ds/agh- ter of Mrs. Erma Dana, Mount I pulas. '. Macy Cheerer of Chicago visit: ed with Major and MI. Waldo Rigal this past week. Wayne. Downing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Downing, left on June 9th, by train, for Orlando, Fla., to visit his cousin, Roy Downing who is in the Air Force there. After visiting plaees of interest in Florida, Wayne will return home with Roy, who com- pletes his training and will be home on leave. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agenl PHONE SWl-Sll3 MO01fr PUI$I ILL. Thank You... For your fine patronage you have given us the past 12 years as your Cities Service station operator. We trust you will continue to give our successor, Leland Green, the same courtesy. CUFI=ORD CRUSE 801 L WASHINGTON ST. Mrs. William (Sandy) Wheeler iMrs. Elmo Wyland, Mr. l is now associated with Radio Sta- [Thomas Elmer and far Lion WPRC, Lincoln. She is on J Carrie Robinson and b several of the programs as fol-JRobinson of Lincoln, and, lows: 9:45 axa., "Calls for Cash"; ] Robinson of Hartsburg. 11:0 to 11:30 a.ra., "Chat With t Housewives", which has been publicizing our Sil-Tennial events and, 10:05 aan. and 3:05 p.m., News Briefs. Mrs. Wheeler also writes all the c ommercials Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Stuart and son of Tokyo, Japan, arrived in the city Tuesday night to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stuart; sister Mrs. Art Stuckel and family, and aunt, Miss Viola Drobisch. REUNIONS The Christian Roos Family Re- union will be held Sunday, June 25, at the Woman's Building in Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln. The annual Romer Family Re- union will be held Sunday, June 25, at 5 pan., at the Tomlinson Recreation Cennter. The 12th annual Cross Family Reunion was held recently at the park in Mason City. 36 persons were present, from, Ottawa, Creve Coeur, Peoria, Springfield, Forest City, San Jose, Mason City and Mount Pulaski. Dr. and Mrs. Le- land Cross and family attended from Mount Pulaski. ROBINSON REUNION . . The Robinson family reunion was held at Lake Fork School on Sunday, June 18th. A basket din- ner was held and the day spent visiting and pictures were taken of the family group. An enjoyable time was had by all. Present were:- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaffney, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Schahl and family of Lake Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rob- inson of Mr. Pulaski; Mr. and The Crosier Reunion at the Community Effingham at noon SundaY, 25th. Please bring own and table service. LEFT SUNDAY FOR NEW HOME IN NORTH Thursday morning Mi: Mrs. Oanny Buehler left for their home at Minor North Dakota, after a in Chestnut with his and Mrs. A. S. Buehler, relatives and friends. Sgt. Buehler had been ha at Maxwell A.F.B., Ala., for six weeks, and ily had visited in her parents. THANK YOU We are so grateful and neighbors, who gifts, flowers, and for and visits, and to the who helped in any was a recent patient at Hospital in Springfield. (P) Mrs. Thomas A. W;ll Be CLOSE July 2 to July 31 MT. PI ATTENTION, ALL LEGIONNAIRES IN ORDER TO PREPARE FOR THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE TO SERVE, AMERICAN LEGION POST 447 MUST ALL TICKETS OR CASH TURNED IN CARLETON DRAKE BY JUNE 30, 1961. A. F. Horn, Commander. Let's Face It... Together Someday you want your youngster to ha re college Right now, the amount m money it will require may seem to be asK0" nomical. But don't get discouraged. Over the years a savings account that you j .I to regularly, plus interest that is guara ntee=, makes a hard job a lot easier. Stop in and talk over your future needs. let's face the problem.., together. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount PulakL Illinois