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-NNmL EDrnON (TUnes.News. m. Pukl. nL. THUSS. MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS1 Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class mater in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY ]. WIBLE Editor md Publisher mns of Subscriptions: Months ............................ 75c Months ................................ $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursday JULY 1961 $ M t W T F S " 1 2345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 192021 22 23242526272829 m m L NEWS newspaper carriers working Decatur Herald & Review, Decatur Monday morning On Ahtts trip to Fort Knox, Ky. The L , from many central Illinois  ties and towns, won the trip in  . . a recent subscnptmn contest. The B,i group returned to Decatur Wed- :i Jlesday. Dennis Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodman, Mt. ! Pulaski, was one of the winners. In Chicago Saturday, July 8, $108,000 Arlington Park Class- ic at a mile was won by Globe- m4ster. The horse was ridden by John L. Rotz,.of Warrens- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Eaton and ly of Brownsburg, Ind., visit- din the city Saturday with rel- etlves, Mr. and Mr Dale Neaville. and Mrs. J. Duecy, of Chi- visited near the city over -week end, with relatives, Mr. ,l Mrs. Wilford Scroggin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lucas of visited south of the city and Sunday, with his Mrs. Marie Lucas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ayers, left Sunday for i gfield to join a group of 1 Scouts camping at Camp Wliwagan on Lake Springfield lot two weeks. Mrs. Elizabeth Wessbecker of Lincoln, visited here last week  with her son Karl and family; Mr. and Mrs. Lauis Sams, and other i relatives and old neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shanle of Evanston, who had been on a trip to St. Louis, Me., visited south- west of the city part of last week with his mother, Mrs. Oscarl and sister Mrs. Joseph and family. They return- home Sunday afternoon. Zola Bohn, formerly of Lake Fok, now of Shelton, near Bridge- Conn., visited in the city surrounding community last c week, with old neighbors and friends, making headquarters at .the home of Willis Horn on South . Springs St. On the 4th of July a dinner was given for him in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fe- bus. Others present were Willis i Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fleagle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothwell, Sr., and Mrs. Herschel Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Febus were school- in the Lake Fork commun- and Mrs. Richard Stotzen children Sahorn, Gloria and of Lincoln; and, Mrs. Eun- 'loe Vandevender, of this vicinity, were in Champaign Saturday aft- emcmn and enjoyed a cook.out on the patio of Mr. and Herschel Vandevender and new home. Mr. and Mrs. George Lum, form- of Sheffield, England, now H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC i PHYSICIAN Office Hours: aJm. to 12 M.. 2 to 5 pxn. (By Appointment) " Office and Residence Phone SW 2-5213 67, Mount Pulaski, IlL $01 S. WASHINGTON ST. residing in Toronto, Ontario, Can- ada, were visiting relatives in the Niantie area last week. On Saturday they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musgrove and son south of Latham. Mr. Lure and Mrs. Musgrove are cous- Ins. Jim Cox of Bakersfield, Calif., is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clear and other rel- atives and friends for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubbard and children, Susan and John, of Evanston, visited over the week end with his brother, Harold, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mayer of Elmhurst, visited in the city over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. anna Eddy. Nancy and Curt Walker of Wa] nut Creek, near San Francisco, Calif., daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker, took a jet Jlane to Chicago Thursday, July 6, and came on to Mount Pulaski to visit until after the Sil-Tennial with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin W. Schaffenacker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fulriede, east of the city, made an auto trip Sunday, visiting in Vandalia with Mr. and Mrs. George Maske, and in St. Peter, with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maske. Mrs. Richard Downing of Akron, Ohio, left Tuesday for her home after a short visit with her broth- er, Keith Rothwell, sisters Mrs. Otto Ey and Mrs. Robert Hamm, and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and daughter Pamela and Mrs. Grace Buckles, returned home on Saturday evening from a vaea. tion auto trip of two weeks to Wyoming. They visited with Mrs. Buckles' nephews, Phillip Smith in Casper, and Mike Smith in Thermopolis. They were in 10 states on their journey. Zack Wolf of Decatur is visiting here this week with his grand. JULY 12, 1961 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dor Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy K. Buckles Sr., who lived for many years on their farm about two miles south- east of the city, moved recently to their property in the city, just west of the new telephone build- ing. Their son, Henry Frank, and family moved to the farm. Dale Spain, who lived on the Munce farm just east of Lake i Fork, and married the former  Blanche Stulm, is seriously ill at Memorial Hospital in Springfield. His room No. is 790. Willard R. Bohn, Personnelman 3c Petty Officers, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Normal Bohn, R.R.1 Elkhart, is serving aboard the Naval Air Station, North Island San Diego, Calif. where he is on the Staff of Commander Fleet Air San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hassebrock and children, Glen, Jr., Murlel Ann, of Decatur, were on a vaca- tion trip recently to South Caro- lina visiting S.Sgt. Clayton How- ard and family, whom they had not seen since they left England seven years ago. Enroute home they stopped at the Smoky Moun- tains, Car Museum and Mystery Hill in Tennessee, and at the Rep. tile Gardens, and Mammoth Cav- es in Kentucky. Fred Bellatti attended the Taze- well Bee Keeper's meeting held in Pekin, Sunday. Bill Wheeler, director of the Tomlinson Recreation Pool and Paul Evers, of Cornland vicinity, were accepted, Monday evening, as members of the Underwater and Rescue Team, at Springfield. They have completed a course in l skin diving, sponsored by the Civ-i il Defense program. Mrs. Ernest Easter went to the Hines Veterans' Hospital, Dwight, last 2hursday, July 6, to visit her husband who underwent surg- ery recently. She reports him as some improved. STAHL'S RANGE BARGAIN OF THE MONTH G.E. 30-inch Electric DELUXE nANGE Retails at $349.95 For The Low Low Price of AND YOUR OLD RANGE --Features-- 2- Super Speed Burners 2 - Calrod Burners BuiU-In Rotissaire 4-Hour Timer Minnte-Minder Full Oven Broiler Remov,'able Front Oven Door Stahl Hardware MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS GOES AS DELEGATE TO PITTSBURGH, PENN., FOR CONVENTION Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker, city, is the delegate from the Decatur :Zone of the Lutheran Women's Mlionary League, and will re- present them at the 9th biennial convention of the International which will be held July 25 and 27th, in Pittsburg, Pa., at the Golden Hilton Hotel. Mrs. Schaffenacker, a member of the local Zion Lutheran Church, will be among 11 women from the Central Illinois District Zone, who will atend. There are 203,- 000 LWML members in the Unit- ed States and Canada. Mrs. Walter Hoppe of Lake. wood, Ohio, president of this In- ternational organization will pre- side at the business meetings. Noted speakers will include Dr. O. P. Kretzmann, president of Val- paraiso University, the Rev. Gus- tar Karkau, Dr. H. H. Koppel- mann and Miss Eugenia Price noted author. A pageant, " A Christian Sings, from the Cradle of the Grave," will be presented. Entertainment will include a three hour - three river cruise starting from Pittsburgh and a tour through colorful Pennsyl- vania Dutch Country, with stops at Hershey, with it beautiful rose gardens; York, the first capitol of the United States., and Gettys. burg, site of the famous Civil War battle. THIRD REUNION OF "VILHAM FAMILY The third annual reunion of the descendants of John and Rose Wilham was held Sunday, July 2, at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- ter with 38 in attendam.e. attending to enjoy the an afternoon of visiting, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph hardt and children, Gary, Mr. and Mrs. ham and daughter and Keith Wilham and Steven, Roger, Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. Charles daughter Cathy, Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. ham and son, Donald; Leona Green, all of Mt. vicinity. Mr and Mrs WillaLrd and children Don, Gay and Carrolton. Mr and Mrs Benny and children, John Ray, and Alan Dale, Mr. aria Ernest Laramee, and  Marelene and Mrs. Pape, al Iof Springfield;  ..... and Mrs. Ira Green. Officers elected for the : year were President, Ia# Baumhardt; Vice Presid Wilham, and, Secretary-'l" | Charles Schroth. 1 c hTh, el Lako F :k :h:iss   day, July 22, at the HilltF.w tric Store on the west side .$, square, Mount Pulasld Taxi Service | During Sil-Tenl __'-'  The Zion Lutheran League will sponsor a Service" during the we Sil-Tennial for anyone trausportation around t Clling Center will Hild's Service Statioa. i MID- YEAR SALE .I Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes ! LADIES" AND CHILDREN'S Jarnacias - Shorts . Slim Jims SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Boys' and Men's Summer Shirts MEN,S PIN-CHECK & DACRON sLAC DOUD'S CLOTHING and $ "Follow The Crowds To Douds" Pipe Dream Not at all, especially if make. it a point to s something regularly, ju don't forget, guarant t interest, compounded  paid every six months I clockwork, will hasten : day for whatever y0 heart desires. We can be helpfull We Pay 3% on Savings AccOU00 lIP.ST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, nlinois