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6---TIMES-NEWSo Mount Pul4skL IlL THURSDAY. JUNE 22, 1961 NOW WE'VE SEEN EVERYTHING! OR HAVE WE ? Maple Street in the part of the city was turned into a gravel dump the first of the week as prepared to oil and buckshot the streets. Even the fire plug was hemmed ? i! BOB LEWIS is just about to dis- appea$ in the Brothers of the Brush dunking tank, paying the supreme penalty for "gettin' smart" with the Keystone Kops. --Times. News Photo. DR. D. SANDIFER COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER AT EUREKA Dr. Durward V. Sandifer of Sil- ver Springs, Md., located in the Washington, D.C. area, was the speaker on Sunday, June 4, at the 100th anniversary commence. ment service at Eureka College. He began his address by saying "we live at a great divide in hu- man history, and we have the possibility of choice. We can move forward to history's great- est fulfillment or we descend to destruction and oblivion." Going to Eureka to attend the commencement and hear the ad- dress were: Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Whittaker of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wagh of Springfield, Ohio. From Eureka all of the above came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam D. Miller, east of Mount Pul- aski, for a brief visit. Mrs. Wagh is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Whittaker and Mrs. Whittaker is a sister of Mr. Miller. Mr& Sandifer is the former Irene Reiterman of Latham vicin. Ity. They are driving a new auto- mobile thru to Ankorage, Alas- ka, where the will visit their daughter, Mrs. John Monroe and husband. Dr. Sandifer has been in gov- ernment work for many years and for a time was located in At. gentina, S. A. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Annie Rose Buckles, Mr. Pulas. ki0 to Ronald R. and Aim N. Lees- man, of the Cityof Mt. Pulaski, part of lot 8 in block 15, Mount Pulaski. Charles H. and Elizabeth R. Anderson to John and Rochelle Lcggett of Elkhart township, a part of the south half of block 7 in R. E. Turley's 4th Addition to the City of Mt. Pulaski.  THE "EARLY BIRD" -:" Beats the Summer Heat  NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT YOUR METAL ROOI Aluminum -- Gray -- Red -- Greea WILLIAM A. DUHS Phone SW 2-5770 Mount THE SAVINGS,,, o  PUT T.. VAL WITH unni :'.. 2  39c T.,0.,u,0Y I rcaa v. 2 : 39c Fruit C0cktaii.-,. 4 +a $1 + ROA T 39 ..,,,,..o s+:+_ 4  $1 PINEAPPLE '=" 2 ' 59c CATSUP - Ripe Tomato z.E Asz4 c' 2 ,o 37c HAM + 3 s ARMOUR'S STAR Portion SWISS STEAK ' 4h FRESH Grd Beef 3  $1.19 BACON WIENERS ,-" '' 45c,, Sliced Pkg. Folger's Mountain Grow Two Pound Tin.. With The Purchase Of Two Sylvania Light Bulbs 25-40-60--75-100 Watt Sizes Pdc, Without Purchase $1.19 PORK STEAK SAUSAGE Country LIL Style vC,'M E AT PICKLE & PERMElfrO OLIVE LO ,%F MACARONI & C HEF'q- POLISH SA USAG] YOUR ASSORTMENT LB. oel 303 FROZEN FOOD VALUES STEWED TOMATOES,,..,. 2 . 39c ,. .-m ...-- .o,e , :.: ...0. ', LEMONADE o /UHA Light Chuuk StTle I" & C BIRDS EYE dh, 0 ;each Paneka STRAWBERRIES 2 " _ iill IVN1illNkp, dF  .mos E.ozm iqlSTON|  / V V Oor GoLd ', Cat. ; .,.4iW MILK u 3 9 '., Pick up plenty of ese luscious pe4c5 ol get set for lot of . ..g,..,,.--.,.,..ob.p... P..o..r,,,.*,.,.,.,, FRUIT DRINK "" "" "'- PLUMS o,.,o =. . ,,o, . 39c COTTAGE CHEESE ' ORANGES , ., E. CARROTS " omio Sweets PASCAL CELERY " Jumbo SJ=e WATERMELONS ICE COLD COME SEE OUR "MELON PATCH" BIG, SUGAR SWEET MELONS--SELECT A THUMPING-RIPE MELON THAT WILL DELIGHT YOUR FAMILY . . . 2 59 WE , Doz. S&H GREEN STAMPS ', + NNEDY' We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities ++ .... ? +, ; . , ,