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--SIL-TENNIAL EDITION (Times.News, ML Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 PROCLAMATION lo_their undertakings, but to afford USands who will be our welcome Signed As Mayor of the City of Mount Pulaski, Illinois, I hereby declare that the dates of July 22 through July 29, this year of 1961, be and hereby declared as the official an- niversary date to be observed in the cele- bration of the 125th Anniversary of our City's founding. WHEREAS, it is an occasion of great re- joicing as well as a matter of great pride that we, the City Council, request that all of our citizens extend the warm hand of fellowship and welcome to all who come within our gates during this particular period in our City's history. And WHEREAS, it behooves us as duly elected representatives to assure not only our citizens of our fullest cooperation in every courtesy within our power to-the guests during the Sil-Tennial Celebration. and Sealed: ELMER SCHAFFENACKER, Mayor. th(e r.CLEIK'S OFFICE ,n idea?ItY Hall provides an tnaasetting in which to the CityCt business wlth the THE OFFICIALS of the City of ount Pulaski wish to extend a wholehearted welcome to all visitors at the Sil-Tennial Celebra- tion and to extend to them every court- esy possible to make their stay here a most enjoyable one. Mount Pulaski boasts of beautiful homes in well-kept surroundings, a friendly and thrifty populous, and a business section second to none in the state. The members of the City Council are proud of the fact that it has been their honor to serve the city and help it to maintain the highest standards poss- ible. A city-wide sewage system is the most recent improvement to be added to the municipal services provided by the city govemment. The water supply of the City has been greatly increased with the recent addition of a pipeline running into the City from near Salt Creek, a distance of some two miles. IL.  OFFIlLS--.Seated, left to right--Harry VanHook, Magistrate; Lloyd F. Arnold, CtW Attorney; Elmer Schaffenacker, Mayor; Carleton Drake, City Clerk. Standing: Robert Keck, Harold Hub- bard, Charles Wagner, Raymond Gee, Emerson Horn and Glenn Mason. rlrnes.News Photo.