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192700 - 2nd Ave. VIEW SIlOR I Rock Island, Ill.  Shellhammez ] Enclosed is our contribution for I .... ---- ................. ]Sil-Tennial Edition. Our parents us reflect on automobiles [were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moran, day for a bit and consider[ Mr- and Mrs. John Erlenbush, Sr. SOme of them were named I We left the Moran farm on Marcn FOrd, Henry J Kaiser, WaL'I1, 1920 and moved to Washing- Chrysler and "Charles Nash ton, Iowa on a farm. We morea to many of us, but to Rock Island in 1929. not so well known, bir. and Mrs. F. P. Moran is named for Louis a famous race driver, Morton, Minn. and produced a cax Enclosed is our contribution for in 1911. The company a Bound Copy of the Souvenir be absorbed by General Edition. Are sure your Sil-Tennial 1918. will be a great su. Bt.k was a Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bryan SIL-TENNIAL LL00I'TERS and inventor who had making bathtubs and to enter the gas-buggy 1902. Buick became one Original divisions of Gen- when it was found- E. Olds manufactured and founded the Company in 1897. He interest in 1904 and or- new company using his the name. Thus Reo The Oldsmobile com- a division of GM in Bros., John F. and SOld their the ,_ company to 'orporation in 1928. That also introduced the named for the Spanish Cadillac was named for Soldier of fortune who in 1701. men who formed a in 1909 decided that should bear the "best name among them and HJcm. reached into the naming its compact. had originally been Thomas B. Jeffery in e had used the name until 1914 when his heirs it in favor of the family William Packm'd company in 1897 cars carried the Brothers. John Wtllxm became Lthe Overland Com- name replaced the even as Walter Chrys- Maxwell. S perpetuates the tudebaker Brothers Company which in 1852 and built and harnbss for -s during the Civil 00ken .ore _o'-tuaski Citizen in its  January 31, 1877, are  lertinent and show the those early days. The  homely items show the Nt. "*e.)a times but not in peo- lo00e a man aa- at a church social a.4- ne oWes his washer-  hhlng racks the that L the artificial, butter n get the hairs in so l- "J" cents. The war news k a bad effect on the urnk.tu'a ets" lr of old maids are g---,,u, themselves up in t f'r n: dan'ng to.v.en- leture dr OZ ben, oimng .,,, on some horrid  COrrespondent from had this trite item: We  ia,e2ellan's, Army -- L_ e rfiud,  and Llbly gather news the poor farm more poor keep them in in some manner name of Rooster- the 1877's Can us why? again We are having our Centen- nial in August - 3-4-5. With regards to my old home town. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bell. R. R. #3 Lltchfield, Ill. We are sending our contribution for the Sil-Tennial Bound Edition. We were raised in the vicinity of Mount Pulaski and it will always be home to us. My father was B. F. Smith. My wife's father was J. W. Shyer. Mervel H. and "Alberta Smith. 1648 Cave N. E. [ Cedar Rapid, Iowa 4168 - 69th St. [ My wife, the former Fannie E. a Ad. would love to celebrate with you and am anxious to read the :Souvenir Edition, for which I have enclosed a check. Mrs. C. Graham Eddy. 1823 Jersey Ridge Davenport, Iowa I think it is wonderful that a small town like Mount Pulaski is all out for this anniversary. Very few towns will go to the trouble. Enclosed is our contribu. tion for the Bound Edition. Mrs. William (Louise) Schalla celebrattoi, at Nelson Park in Decatur. T B Weikel Mr. and Mrs. Bell Bamhart and: -- Ethel May were guests of the R. C. USOM-Comm. Med. Buckles and family, Satlllqla APO 205, New York, N.Y. evening. I am about as far away as I Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe', can get from Mr. Pulaski, but I were dinner guests of lV]. 1600 Arthur St. Pekin, Illinois San Diego 15, CaliL I Ralston, who has been on the sick We are enclosing our donation Our best wishes for a wonderful I list for some time, will be more for the Mount Pulaski Sll-Tennial celebration. Would love to be the Bound CP fthe Suven|r[attendif Dossi leand visit ur thanpleased tOyhaVeand_to holdrelebration. WebarellanningotO there but do not believe we will be able to come. Am enclosing a Edition and I shah enjoy same, fold friends o" n the Hill. Knowing check for contribution to the Sil- too, for Mount Pulaski is a fine] Mt. Pulaski, we know it will be a Tennial. town. I big success. Ben Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rather | George and Julia Lercher 14 "West Madison St. 5 West South SL [ I1 n "r, , e Chicago, Illinois Galesburg, IlL [ D |  | rl hknnai I th arome naoYd:P I ifthlwh:! I'm oin to try to wangle a!receive d so much enjoyment from mo" ...... k.,,, ,, . o . i.,,... plane rifle on elmer amy r. v: . J It, especlauy now wu u u,= o ,- Thursday June 29 in the ALM and pay Mt. Pulaski a visit, l I Tennial pictures, hospitalLincoln ' presume there is an airfield near- [ I am enclosing the money to re- Mr and Mrs Carl Brachear, Jr. by , new our subscription for another ^^. - . . .  orth First St., Spnngneld, Happy anniversary, .. [year and also for a Sil-Tennml ar narnts of  dare,tar l-rn Walter Humoie. I Bound edition. " " ...... ' .......... Hope to get back for part of Sunday, July 2. Grandparents 1611 Vernon Ave.[you r celebration and see some are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brachear, Springfield, Ill. of our old friends and relatives. Sr., Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Henry IAtterly of Elkhart township, are parents of a son, born in St. Clara's hospital on Saturday, July 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller of Chestnut are parents of a daugh- ter, torn Saturday, July 1, in St. Clara's hospital. Sincerely, Ray and Jennie Thompson 226 Ford Du Lac Waupin, Wise. Would like to come but is our busy season. Hope you have a lot of success. Walter Wood. LaVerne, Calif. Here is my check so I may be a Enclosed please find check for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Mrs. Alissa McMann 20201 Chateau Saratoga, Calif. Enclosed is a contribution for the Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best Wishes. Mrs. Eugene O'Borke. Bovey, Minn. Enclosed please find my contri- bution for the Sil-Tenniai Fund. shall be looking forward to the Bound Copy of the Souvenir edi- tion. Best wishes for your cele- bration. Wish I could be there but it's my busy season. Vivian L. Makinen. 815 East Main Marian, Kansas Would like to be in Mt. Pulaski on these dates to visit old friends Best wishes for a auul COMMUNITY charter member of the association. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe an Mr Weikel and I have been sons, of Warrensburg, spent Sun. making preparations to attend day with Mr. and Mrs. O. G. the celebrsttion, but are not yet Howe, St. sure tiiat we will make the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dial and It would be nice to see the old daughter, Mr. Pulaski, spent the ome town, greet the few remain. 4th with Mr. Diai'sparents, Mr. ing friends of long ago, and again and Mrs. Raymond Dial and revisit the remaining familiar family, Buffalo, with an all-day enes of my childli0od memories, outing on Lake Springleld later My parents first brought me to attending the fireworks display VIount Pulaski in 1885. So far have not grown a bOard. To be SURE, ome00 uS for No question about it, when we do a repair job on your car! You can depend on our expert and thorough work- manship for 100% satisfac- tion. For any engine work, from a tune-up to a complete overhaul, it pays to come to us | HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount PuladcL Ill. rest Cox in Decatur, last Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ethel May, Mrs. Liza Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gasaway, ie and Mary Ann, Mr. and R. C. Buckles, Susan and had an all-day outing at Gibo Lake, near Clinton, for the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. had guests from Centralla, and Mrs. Albert Buehler. are formerly from Latham. here they visited with Mrs. Grovel er Woodrum, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Flora Pager, Mrs. Nell Mrs. Bess Phillips and Mrs. Buckles. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beaver Douglas, Wy., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beaver. They have made extended visits through,out / the United States. The families visited with relatives in Lincoln and Springfield. We extend our deepest sympa, thy to the Scheuler and Howe family in the loss of their son and brother, Dennis.  Mr. and Mrs. #. W. Smith family of Decatur spent the with the O. G. Howe's, St. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Darrel and Dick, visited evening with O. G. Howe, St. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne cry and sons from Lincoln, the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Seefeldt and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Victor and son formerly of Latham, moved in Wilbur Reeves' southwest of Latham. Miss Marilyn Munyon, Mr. Mrs. Bill Prather and family, tended the motorcycle races in Clinton the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reev and family attended the display at Fans Field in the eve of the 4th. Mr. and Mrs, Robert had a cookout dinner evening, celebrating their Terry's 6th birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Web, n, Jr. and son Roger of Beason; Mr. altd Mrs. Kenneth Sarns and Kaye, Ronnie, Mary, Patty, Suzie, of Kenney; Mr. I Robert Weston and children, Klm, Randy and Christy. Husixmd: A person who at the wedding ceremony thereafter has a supporting A glutton homburg. WHAT A n DAYI $100,M0.17 \\; PAID TO SAVERS JUNE 30, 1961 FRIDAY was an and happy day to our ings account holders! shared $199,540.17 in year earnings. For some, we added the earnings to account, to be corn every six months. To oth we sent a check for amount of their earnings for the six months' period. Y can join this happy next December 31, by ing a savings account here . . now ! pet mmum  c,00au cou00 sam BROADWAY &  LINCOLN, rrCrPOO  ILLMNOD$