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M--TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulas IlL, THURSDAY. JUNE 29, 1961 MARIETTA LETTERLY TO WED MACK JERKATIS Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letterly of Latham, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Marietta, to Mack Jerkatis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jerkatis, of Home- wood, Illinois. Miss Letterly attended Illinois State Normal University and Mr. Jerkatis will be graduated from ISNU in August. An August wedding is being planned. Langellier's The Home of A-1 USED CARS Falcon Tudor Stemdard shift for eeaomy Buick, Hardtop Red & White in color - with all the equipment '59 Pontiac, 6 Pass., Station Wagon 29,000 Miles - 4 new tires \\; '58 Ford, Fairlane, Fordor Look this one mr - it's cm clean as they come Chevrolet, Delray, 2-Door 6 cyL with standard shift Mercury Monterey Fordor A real nice carl '56 "Ford, Fairlane Victoria Orange and White - V-8 with Overdrive '56 Ford, Fairlane Club Sedan Light Blue cmd White . a lean car inside and out Chevrolet 210, 2-Door Runs good . has new paint QUEEN CANDIDATES APPF_RING ON TV AT SPRINGFIELD Two of the Queen candidates from Mount Pulaski, were part of Bernie Johnson's noon show over Springfield Channel 20, Tuesday of this week. Jane Myrick, spon- sored by the Times-News, played the piano solo that she played at the Talent Show last week. Mari- lyn Munyon, representing Tom's Coffee Shop, was interviewed, i Baking was her talent. On Friday, June 30, Jan Good- win will be interviewed. Monday, July 3, Marian Dierker and Janet Rohl[s will be on the program. Thursday, July 6, Mar- ilyn Yocom and Jo Ann Van Hook will participate. These girls are all Queen can: didates. PLAN SIL-TENNIAL FLOWER SHOW The Mount Pulaski Garden Club met at the Muldoon Memorial building Friday afternoon, June 23, and made further plans for the big flower show to be stag- ed during Sil-Tennial week. The classifications will soon be published, so those who wish to enter specimens or arrangements may choose the class that suits! their entry. ! Several arrangements were made during the afternoon Irom baskets of flowers brought by those in attendance. Miss Marie Sams and Mrs. A. J. Lyons have been co-chairmen the past year, and have had some very interesting programs for flowers lovers. SUMMER MUSIC CAMP AT BLOOMINGTON CLOSES The summer music camp spon- sored by the Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, and held at East Bay Camp on Lake Bloomington, with the band run- ning through a final rehearsal prior to the public concert Satur- day, June 24, at 2 pxa, came to a close. About 100 high school stu- dents h'om several states, attend- ed the camp. The performance was given in Denham Meeting House. Mount Pulaski was represented by Sue Ingrain, who was sponsor- ed by the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club. Studebaker, President, Fordor V8 and prices to move I SiLTennial Highlights--- ROMER REUNION (Continued from page 1) conduct the event. Thursday afternoon the Lions Club will sponsor a Play Day. Friday is Old Settlers Day with several, highlights. Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier will be the speaker and later in the afternoon there will be an old fashioned balloon ascension. A- wards will be made to those com- ing the greatest distance, largest family, oldest person present, etc. Oldtime contests will also be en- gaged in. The Kitchen Band and Chorus, as well as a barbershop quartet, will perform at various times dur- ing the celebration. The Brothers of the Brush will hold Kangaroo Court at various times. Saturday will be Parade Day with the greatest exhibition of floats, bands, etc., that has ever gone over Mount Pulaski streets. This is at 2 o'clock. See Harold Mann, chairman, for entry, nd position. There will be drill team exhibi- tions and musical interludes fol- lowing the parade. The beard judging contest on Saturday evening starting at 7:00 will be followed with a concert by both Sweet Adeline and Men's Barbershop groups from Decatur. Then the grand finale, the Sil- Tennial Ball with Tex Beneke and his band furnishing the music. FUNERAL SERVI(. FOR ERI_ST PAYNE Funeral services for Ernest Payne, 78, Mount Pulaski, who died Tuesday, June 20, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, were held at 3 pxa. Friday, June 23, in the Sehahl funeral home, Mt. Pulaski, conducted by the Rev. Paul Burdick, pastor of the Christ- ian Church. Two hymns, "Safe In The Arms Of Jesus" and "The City Four Square," were sung by Paul P Moore with organ ac- companiment by Mrs. Paul Bur- dick. Interment was made in the Mt. Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were: Delbert Horn, Ben Holmes, Charles W. Hanslow, Albert Horn, $ohn W. Martin, and George A. Voile. Fan: One usually lacking in horse sense. HELD ON SUNDAY The annual family reunion of descendants of Anton and Mary Bollin Romer, Mt. Pulaski, was held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center, Sunday, June 25, beginn- ing at 5 p.m. There were 44 in attendance and all enjoyed the basket dinner. The last member of the origin- al Romer family is Grace, wife of Fred J. Roth, who was the old- est member in attendance. The youngest was Ann Marie Connol. ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Connolley. Deced- ants present were: Mt. Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Romer and family, Edward Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolley and family, Mrs. Helen Romer and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schroth and son Richard, Carol and Joan Dillsaver. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. William D. Miller. Latham: Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller and family. Blandinsville: Mr. and Mrs. For- rest Suycott and daughter. Illiopolis: Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard and family. SEE HANSLOW Your Local Sales RepremntaUve" FOR THE BEST BUYS New & Used 19 other Used Cars im USED TRUCKS Ford I/2 Ton Pp 8.ft bed. Custom-Cab, 2.toue paint, snow and mud Ford, Falcon Ranchero A one.owner in the best of condition Ford $/4 Ton Pickup Thts oue is extra clean mad is ready for farm work Studebaker, 1/2 Ton Pickup - $95.00 I00GELLIF00 Your Local Ford Product Dealer Since 1916 PHONE : Reoideztce - ML Pulaski SW 2-5458 i Safest Phe0 To Keep it! ,Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry/ the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all times, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you . . . but costs little! WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS Decatur: Mrs. Florence Guests at the reunion St. Louis, Mo: Mrs. Edna cott. Decatur: Art Newland. Mount Pulaski: Sherry Cheryl Purcell, Glenn Bailey. The 1962 reunion will b at the same place on the Sunday in June, at 4:30 p.n MAKE NOW FOR 4.H If you are a 4-H member have not sent in your for summer 4-H Camp, to do so at once, says Brucker, Logan County Farm Adviser. Camping this year, are: The younger camp (a 13)  July 3 - 7, and, 14 and over) July 17- The cost is only $14 for packed.full of fun and ship. Application blanks filled at the county office PLAY SHOES FOR TIRE FAMILY. Keds, US Rubbe'r, P. F. Flyers f tuxe ContxoL Bel.Aixes r/ Crosse for Men and Huston 6, Paolone's BLACK MEN'S AND BOY'S COLONIAL BOW 39 - 49c BOYS' AND MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS 20% Off One Gmup. MEN'S Shoes Ties - Loafers Summer Dress and Sports Shoes 7.95 Values to $129S LADIES Dress Shoes White Black Stmw Bone 3.79 special GroUP MteU Flats / Many Stylas Grad Colo 2.50 Values to DOUD'S CLOTHING and SI "Follow The Crowds To Douds" "Room Conditioner Close Out" G. E. Room Conditioner Retails for $339.95 REDUCED FOR SUMMER CLOSE- OUT TO ,239 "s ------ FEATURES 9,000 B.T.U.'s 2 - Speed Fan Ventilation Control Auto. Temperature Control Re-usable Filter Plugs Into Any Convenient Wall Socket -- OR OTHER B,qIZ3NG SEnVXCES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp t Loans SthlH d FARMERS BANK a ar ware Momrr  n.xoxs Mount Pulaski m.