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tTe--SIL-TENNIAL EDIT/ON (Timee-News, Mt. PulaskL IlL) THURS. JULY IS, 1961 LILLIE M. WATERS DIED AT LINCOLN Lillie M. Waters of 1027 'Pekin St., Lincoln, Ill., died at pan. Thursday, July 6, 1961, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. was aged over 72 years. Lime Mason was born Feb. 27, on a farm in WiIIiamsviIle the daughter of Stephen Elizabeth Horn Mason ,who lived in the Lake Fork unity. The family later mov- into Mount Pulaski, where went to school. In Peoria, Ill. April 3, 1907, she married James Waters, also of Mount Pul- They lived here for a time then located in Lincoln. She a member of the First Christ- CLAIRE W. SMITH DIED SUDDENLY Claire W. Smith, 48 years old, a prominent Lincoln active Re. publican in the county, having served in the Sheriff's office and the treasurer's office, besides hold. ing other responsible positions in Lincoln, died at 8:15 aan. Mon- day, July 10, at the Abraham Lin- coln Memorial Hospital in Lin- coln, where he had been a patient the past five weeks. Mr. Smith was deputy sheriff from 1940 to 1942; chief deputy from 1946 to 1950; and was elect- ed sheriff in 1950, serving until 1954. He served in the county treasurer's office from 1942 to 1946 and in 1958 became the chief and the Women's[deputy clerk in that office, the Association of Lincoln. |position he was holding at the tent is survived by her/time of his death. 1; one daughter, Mrs -- ....... "[IMPORTANT BROTHERS OF lumulry OI Lincoln; one |,,, ,-,ve,r ,r Clarence Mason of Mcola, | ................... one sister, Mrs. Goldiel All Brothers of the Brush wish- Decatur, Ill.; three grand-ling to ,enter the "Beard Judging and four great grand- Contest," to be held the last Sat- urday evening of the Sil-Tennial services were held at Fricke Memorial Home, Lin- at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 8, by the Rev. L. H. Appel. was made in the Zion WOMAN'S CLUB HELP NEEDED Mount Pulaski Jr. Woman's float will be decorated at Karl Dittus farm. The days times for decorating are: July 19 and 21 from 2 p.m. 'til 5 July 18 and 20, starting at Ip.m. All members are asked to help project. Margie Roos, chairman it with a Classified Ad, should contact Bill Dittus by Thursday, July 27. (7-20) SPECIAL PRACTICE OF KITCHEN B'D ;rhe Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will play at the Elkhart Home- coming, Friday, July 14 at 8 pan. Previous to leaving Mount Pul- aski for Elkhart the band will have an emergency practice at 6:45 p.m. at te library. Saturday evening the band will play at the Latham Firoman's ice cream social at 8 pJn. Thursday, July 20, members of the band will be guests at the Emden Homecoming fried chicken supper and then will participate in the evening's program. Richard Aylesworth Married June 30 Announcement has been made in Lincoln, of the marriage on Friday, June 30, 1961, in Pitts- field, I11., of Miss Jo Ann Gipson and Richard Aylesworth. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gipoon, 613 3rd St., Lincoln, and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aylesworth of Mount Pulaski. The young couple is residing in Mount Pulaski. ATTENTION IUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERS Jr, Woman's Club members who need Sil-Tennial Ball Tickets to sell, should contact Jeanette Mc- Vey. Those who have sold all of their tickets should tell her, in order to know how many people to expect. Ticket money from each member can be turned in to Mrs. MeVey or Kathy Voile, before or after the day of the dance, but not the evening of the dance, July 29. Anyone wishing to buy tickets may get same from Jr. Woman's Club members or at Connolley's Drug Store, at $4.00 per couple, in advance, or, $5.00 at the door the night of the dance. WE NEED 50 CL00:AN BATH CELEBRATING 125th ANNIVERSARY THIS WEEK Bath, III., located on the Illinois River, 8 miles south of Havana, began a 5-day celebration of its 125th birthday. The program be- gan Tuesday, July 11 and will come to a close Saturday night. The program for Friday begins! at noon with Free Fish.. The pro- gram starts at 8 pan. with free entertainment. Round dancing be- gins at 9:30 with music by Lyn Symons band. Queen coronation will be at 10:15 p.m. Then a draw- ing for prizes. Saturday's program begins at 2 p.m. with free entertainment. At 8 p.m. more entertainment; at 9:30 a square dance by the "Hoe Downers". At 10:15 several big prizes will be awarded. LIBRARY CLOSING HOURS The Mount Pulaski Township Library will be closed Saturdays, July 22 and 29th. It will be open Monday, July 17 thru Thursday, July 20 from 3 to 6 p.m. CHESTNUT METHODIST VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL The Chestnut Methodist Church will hold its annual Vacation Bible Church School from July 17 to 21. All young people in and around Chestnut are invited tend. CARD OF THANKS ._ We want to thank ouroTt and relatives for the ,. sympathy, flowers and all kiiadnesses at tho' time o.f.o_  death of our loved one, W Dunnuck. "" ..... The FandlY" WEATHER With the Sil-Tennial celebio just a few days away, it .ay terest some who are pla-rmu..t come to the city, to kno w the weather is doing. BelW f be found some temperatare the month thus far: _ July 1st low was 68, higl}, 1 not recorded; 2nd, we m" .L._ i the low was 58 with no hlg- the day registered, te" Now the 4th found a early . rag" of 58 , and a high of ?'. ., 5th, 70 and 84; 6th, 60 - '_,,,; 65 - 80, a light shower in e ve 8th, 50 - 75; 9th a low o". high registered; 10th was ' :,! o 12th, {" 80; llth, 56 - 75 ; -_...oN. 85, with cloudy sky and w.. This Thursday - 68  " it's iv ing rainand news Huston & Paolone's July Sale Is Still Going On It's Accent on Savings! No Special Purchases... All Items from Our Complete Stock of Nafionolly.Advertised NAME BRANDS ... m m USE.D CARS If you are thinking of buying a 1961 Car I --SEE-- Ray Hanslow NOW[ Best Selections--- Shop Early Clothing Needs for the, Entire Family Give Us A Try Before You Buy] CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The First National Bank OF MT. PULASKI, II.IXMOIS LANGELLIER'S are in need of Clean Used Cars and.your pres- ent automobile will NEVER be worth more. W'LL PAY A PREMIUM PRICE FOR CLEAN USED CARS ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING Ford - Falcon Mercury . Comet Continental See RAY today and save a month's PAY! LANGELLIER'S Your Local Ford Product Dealer Since 1916 Phoaoe: Busfnu8, Lincoln 732-2111 Rmddenc ML Pudd SW 2-5459 AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1961 Resources Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Government Bonds Other Bonds, including Federal Reserve Bank Stock Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Banking House and Adjacent Property Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets $ 408,817.68 753,118.75 608,725.81 1,244,377.31 1,858.31 14,000.00 4,465.00 448.O0 Liabilities Capital Stock $ 100,000-00 Surplus i00,000.00" Undivided Profits 173,991-39 Reserve Account 55,000.00 Deposits: Demand 1,402,301.74 Time 1,129,571.73 Other Liabilities $3,035,864.86 2,531,873 .4'/ 75,000.00 $3,0a5,