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-SIL.TENNIAL EDITION (Times.News. ML PulaskL IlL) THURSDAY. JULY 13. 1961 SIL-TENNIAL SIL-TENNIAL BELLES KITCHEN BAND pERSONNEL--Back Row, left Bohn, Mildred Woods, Beulah Stopher, Mae Shellhammer, Mary Febus, to right--Mabel Pruett, Ruby Schahl, Martha Braun, Jennie Allsopp, Lucy "the Mocking Bird." Front Row--Ruth McVey, Betty Butler, Mrs. Martin, I)eibert, Violet Cooper, Adalia Downing. MJzldle Row---June Boyd, ac- Madge Deibert, Ethel Hutchison, Velma Leckbee, Marge Kuhns, Ruth cordianist; Lucille Grathwohl, Irma Phillips, Minnie Edwards, Margaret Havener, chairman. In front--Director Florence Stoll.mTimes.News Ph. S,l-Tennlal Kitchen Band Is Bes+ Show On +he Road Today--Play Any Place, Any T, me! of fun-lovin als who al instruments, they have hit a gg music, too, the Sil-I campaign trail throughout Cen- ues Kitchen Band, has]tral Illinois to entertain an(l to than any other ffrouDlsDread the word that their City the coming celebra-Iis about to celebrate its 125th 22.29. anniversary, were their strange col-I Early this spring they -n-utensil music.  featured on special TV programs. Since that time, they've played i or from and engagement, they[ gets heavy applause and cries everywhere from the Hotel Or. lpile out of the bus at a super Iof "encore," but its pretty ob- lando in Decatur, to a Fourth of market to entertain the shoppers lvious that they really enjoy their July celebration at Herrick. [and tell about the celebration. ]appointed task of entertaining One Saturday they played a [ It is always a question wheth-lto help their city's celebration. doubleheader, with appearances er the band members or specta- i See this "strange" aggregation in New Berlin and Mechanics-ltors have more fun at their ap- as they will appear several times burg. Often while traveling to earances. The band always during the SiI-Tennial programs. a tiny light marked the dawn of a new era at Hilltop Electric we help the modern miracle of 00ore u..u, ng the adequate wiring ry for today's many uses. of-oy Carrying a complete line 'qJPliances. including: HAO COMPLETE LINE OF T POINT APPLIANCES _ also offer a fine selection of eellaneous Items. Only a fragile globe . but destined to change the worldl The first practical incandescent fight, invented by Thomas A. Edison. Oc- tober 21, 1879. sparked the advent of the electrical age. It is doubtful if any other invention in modern history has ever meant so much to so many| It is hard today to imagine what the world was like for Mount Pulaski's early res- idents who lived in an age before electricity was avail- able to provide the lights and power we almost take for granted today. HILLTOP ELECTRIC O. S. A. GUPTON, R. ,NE: CONGRATULATIONS, MOUNT PULASKI We indeed feel proud of our city as it pre. pares to celebrate its 125th Anniversary. Our congratulations and best wishes go to each and every citizen on this occasion. May we also add a word of thanks for the fine patronage that has made our bus- iness successful. BYRON DOWNING Barber Shop West Cooke St. OUR PRIVI We are happy to have had the privilege of supplying many of the supplies for the offset printing process that were used in the production of this Sil-Tennial Edition of the Mount Pulaski Times. News. ARCH OLDHAM 2208 [ES A ILL.