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PAGE TWO MOUNT PULASKI TIME-NEWS  Mount PulaskL Illinois Publisked and entered as second e.lass matter in the postomce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY L WIBI Edi and Publisher Tenna of Subscription: Three Months ........................ 75c Six Months ............................ $1.25 One Yar ..........  ..................... $2.50 lbllshed Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS The Service Mothers of World War II recently held a food sale and are krateful to those non- members who so generously do- nated to the sale. " Mr. and Mrs- Calvin Laymon of Evansville, Ind., made a vaca- tion visit in the city last week with his mother, Mrs. Hattie Itymon. They spent one even- ing in Lincoln at the home of her son, Melvin Moore and in De. catur with her brother, W. A. ]ritton, who is ill. The Northern Lights were vis- ible in Mount Pulaski Sunday night, being unusually distinct. It presented a beautiful sight and lasted until after midnight. Barbara, 5-year-old daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas, West Cooke street, fell our of her wagon several days ago and broke her left arm. Taking a two weeks vacation from his duties at the First National Bank, John Biesemeier, with his wife and daughters, Miss Joan, Carol and Phyllis, left Tuesday in their auto on a trip. They will first visit his motker, Mrs. Selma Biesemeier in Moorland, Iowa, and then go on to points of interest in Colorado. Mrs. Rose Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stahl, Miss Freida Stahl and Miss Anna Stahl of Peoria, visited Sunday with the form- efs sons, Edward Stahl and Fred Stahl and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riedle and daughter Carol Ann, and Miss Marilyn Riedle, of Detroit, Mich., arrived Sunday on a two weeks vacation visit south of the with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riedle. iMrs. George Gulso, southwest of the city, while attending the homecoming at the Christian church Sunday afternoon, was taken suddenly ill and was re- moved in the Schahl ambulance the home of her sister-in-law, Miss Rose Gulso, South Washing- ton street. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lukenbill, Springfield, were callers in the THEATRE Momtt Pulaski il [1[ ] I ] FIE[DAY AND SATURDAY July 6 and 7 "THE GREAT MISSOURI PAID" (In Technicolor) with Wendell Corey, MacDonald Carey, Ellen Drew Cartoon . Sport Reel , , SUNDAY. MONDAY July 8 and 9 Manz SUNDAY 2 P. M. '3dA AND PA KETTLE on fhe FARM" starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride PLUS ADDED SHORTS WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY July 11 and 12 "H-IE HID FROM C" with George Brent, Lynn Bari, Rusty Tamblyn and the Cleveland Indians Baseball Team Short Subjects / THE MOUNT PULASKI - NINVS, MOUI PULASKI, IIJOIS Icity Saturday afternoon. They had been in Clinton visiting his mother, Mrs. Leora Lukenbill, who lives with her daughter, Mrs Essie Ellis. They also visited his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Good- win of Maylord, Calif., who are visiting in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. George Sued- meier, accompanied by Forrest Barrels of Decatur, visited in Litchfield Friday with her sister, Mrs. Edgar More. John Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood, who gradu- , ated in June from the University of Illinois, is now located in Kankakee. John has accepted a position as an engineer by the State Department of Highways. He spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Misses Pauline and Marilyn Hutter of Peoria, spent the week- end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hutter. Mrs. Paralea Bobell of Spring- field visited south of the city on Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Shellham- mer. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dodson and children of Albion, visited in this city Saturday and Sunday, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Glose, and grandmother, Mrs. Chris Weller. Sunday other visit- ors were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allspach and children of Macon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Horchem and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Pugh, made an auto trip recently to Davenport, Iowa to visit the farters' daughter, Mrs. Raymond Dial and family. Gustavus B. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stuart, a member of the Elgin high school faculty, is taking a six weeks course of study at the University of Colo- rado. Miss Dorothy Suedmeier, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Suedmeier of Mitchell, S. D., who has been attending Valpariaso University in Indiana, is spend- ing the summer in Decatur. She visited in Mount Pulaski last week with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier. Mr. and Mrs. John Connolley and children of Farmersville, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Connolley, this city, visited in Chicago from Saturday to Mon- day with the latter's daughter, Miss Kathryn Connolley. Walter Johnson of Moweaqua, visited friends in Mount Pulaski and vicinity, Saturday and Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hatfield who have been living in Chica. ! go the past few months, where he took a training course at the International Business Machine .Co., recently moved to Spring- field. Mr. Hatfield will be era. ployed in the company's oiDce there. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hat.field, Mount Pu- laski. The regular meeting of Mount Pulaski chapter No. Order of Eastern Star lodge, will be held in the Masonic Hall on Monday, July 9, at 8 p.m. Cpl. Charles H. Mattingly, who; Mrs. Lavina Gasaway, who liv. has been stationed at Sheppard [ es in Boston, Mass- with her dau. Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, [ghter, Mrs. George Potter, arriv- Texas, receiving training in the led in the city Sunday, accomp- Airplane Engine School, has been visiting friends in the city, His furlough extends to July 10. He has been transferred to the Bergstrom Air Force Base at Austin, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Don Laskowskii and daughter Donna Mac, of Chicago arrived last Friday to spend two weeks with her par- ents, Mr. and birs- Johnny Ogles- by, who live northwest of Corn- land. Mrs. Steve Patterson returned home Tuesday from Milwaukee Wis., following a visit with her daughter, Mra John F Mohr, and family. She was accompanied home by her granddaughter, Donna Mohr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buehler of Chestnut, went to Eifingham on Sunday, June 24, to attend the wedding of Miss Sarah Kincaid and Aaron Gray. The bride is a former roommate of their daugh- ter, Dorcas, (now Mrs. William Herron), at Eastern Illinois col- lege, Charleston. Mrs. Herren played the organ at the wedding. Miss Rita McGee is among the students who won a place on the Dean's Honor Roll at Linden- wood College, St. Charles, Mo., on the basis of the record she made in her classes the second semester. Rita is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McGee, south of Mount Pulaski, and was a Sophomore the past term at Lindenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers of Tell City, Indiana, arrived in the city Saturday for a week's visit with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kratzer. anied by her daughter and son- in-law. They came in response to word that Mrs. Gasaway's farm in the Latham area was badly damaged by the tornado. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox left Tuesday for Oakland, where they visited over the 4th of July with his mother, Mrs. Anna Mad- dox. Mrs. Lottie Hahn visited in Peoria from Saturday to Monday MARTIN Ventillated, Rat.ProoL Galvan- ized Steel. Large c.xW, EAR CORN CRIBS --also-- Implement Shods, Siloa and Grain Bins. Reasonably Priced, and will give lifetime servioe. 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DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski, Illinois rr PAY5 CORDENSED STATEMENT OF The First National00ank MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1951 RESOURCES: Cash and Due From Banks Bonds & Stock Loans & Discounts Overdrafts Furniture & Fixtures Other Real Estate Other Assets qow DOq'T POP o'I: rr's NOT MY AULT 114 t.A'rE G[vre, E. wr,t HAt.F kV C ,'UE LIABILITIES: 706,877.35 1,897,094.35 663,017.35 347.28 4,000.00 1.00 202.87 Capital Surplus Undivided Profits Reserve Account Deposits 3,271,540.20 A("rHA7 #Jr KIND or WE rAKE YouI THEY'LL RE (Ov12 cn's LOT 5AVE J