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'.ou,,Y Mo00, Published and entered as second matter in the post office at : Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Edlt and Publer  Monthl .......................... [i )ntl'Ls .............................. 00ear ................................  of Subecriptious: : Tt_-ne Months. ........................... 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 JULY 1961 S M T W T F $ " -" ] 2345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1617 1819202122 23242526272829 30 31 ..... LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caldwell and of Salem, Me.; Mrs. Virgil IIawk and children Debbie and of Rochester, visited Wed- ay, July 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer, south. of the city. Bill Costley and children and Pamela of San Diego, have been visiting near this past week, and now in Virden visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Costley. Mrs. plans to fly to Indianapo- W: :  Ind. to spend a few days with (::: : her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard n and children Nancy and David. They will all return by auto, July 22, to visit in the of Mrs. Ninian Larson of file Elkhart community, continu- their summer vacation for a of weeks. Gaffney has been ap- manager for the Peoples- Life Insurance Co. of In- in the Bloomington, Lincoln Mount Pulaski areas. He and reside in Bloomington, IlL, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 Mrs. Grace Britz, of Clarendon Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krueger of Berwyn, visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer from Thursday until Sunday, July 6 to 9th. Sunday dinner guests besides those mentioned were Mrs. Jennie Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Krueg- er, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Geyer and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hassebrock and Frank Miss Mary Melton and Miss Diane Panarello, of Tucson, Ariz., who had been on a trip to Chica- go and Springleld, visited in Mt. Pulaski most of last week with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fred land, came home Friday from a two weeks' vacation trip to places of interest in Michigan and their old home state of Wisconsin. Jeff, Julie and Kathy Keck, children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Keek of Normal, visited in the city last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck, and with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and children. The Mt. Pulaskians took them back to Normal on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riedle and children, Carol and Jeffrey, arriv- ed Tuesday to spend the Sii.Ten. nial with his parents, Mr. and Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. John Cur-IMrs. Clarence Rtedle and his sis- tis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck, [ter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Vaughan, and others. They returned last[and family. Friday to Springfield and left [---C, ome in amd mqtlt $of tree there for Tucson. ,[gift, Two prims of m Dmmu Letters of administration in the]t o be given awf. l)ms ClOth. estate of the late Ernest Payne, ]lng ,m Show. -- Mt. Pulaski, were filed in Logan Mrs. Roger Miller and daugh- ters, Sandra and Mary Jane, of Artesia, Calif. came Thursday ,to spend two weeks with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Guiso and other relatives. Mrs. Hubert Suedmeier of Mit- chell, S.D, arrived Friday to vis- it her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schroth at Chestnut, and Mrs. Adye Suedmeier and other "rela- tives and friends, during the Sil- Tennial celebration. Her husband was the late Hubert Suedmeier, a former Mount Pulaskian, who moved to South Dakota in 19. MRS. C. W. ROTHWEI DIED SUDDENLY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Mrs. Clara Rothwell, wife of Clarence W. Rothwell, four miles west of Mount Pulaski, IlL, died suddenly at 10:45 p. Wednes- day, July 19, 1961, while visiting at the home of a relative, Mrs: Herbert Holz on East Morgan St. She was aged 61 years, 10 mon- ths and 17 days. Dr. Leland Cross was called and Schahi's for oxy- gen and ambulance. Clara Griffin was bum Sept. 2, 1899, near Lawndale, Logan County, Ill., a daughter of Hen- ry Griffin: and FAiza Katherine Kate McNattin and niece, were visitors. Katherine MeNattin of Lin- ,1 rd "ftSP nd ' Prnnnrll Bonnie Prather, July Stogdell MONatttn ,f f'hamnalan war]and D n Mc abb, appeared on .......... at the Ithe Berme Johnson TV Show, on camm unuay afternoon of Mr and Mrs Paul E [ Channel 20, Springfield, Monday llome . . . ta Idurmg the noon hour. The girls --:-'$tnd Mrs C H Leckbee nut lare both candidates for Queen of .......... the Sil Tennial Judy displayed :on their Sil.Tennial garbs Sat- " m'day afternoon and paid a visit her artistic talent in a portrait Naugle Griffin, and in Blooming. ton, Ill., Jan. 6, 1926, married Clarence Wendell Rothwell of Mt. Pulaski. She was a member of the Christian Church and Lodge 100 White Shrine of Lincoln. Her sister, Mrs. Metti Forbes, of Rockford, Ill., passed away sud- denly just five days ago while Bath where they witnessed a of their 125th annivers- ary am. The location of Bath : surveyed by Abraham Lin- in the year 1836. and Mrs. Gene Tipsword of Tenn., arrived in the Saturday for a Sil-Tennial with her mother, Mrs. Robert Buckles; her brother Floyd and wife, and other tel- and friends here in in their former home. Maude Upp Kipplinger of MJ Petersburg, Fla., arrived Thurs- uly. 13, to make a Sil-Ten. visit with her sisters, Miss Upp and Mrs. Murrel Boy- in and register to free prls of Lee Dungees g/Yen away. Doud's Cloth- and Shoes. of administration in the of the late Frank Waddell Mount Pulaski, were filed in county court in Lincoln last listing real estate at $40,000 d personal property of unde- value. - Miss Dorothy Curtis of Cole- Springs, arrived in the city evening to visit until the Sil-Tennial with her pemnts, Mr. and Mrs. John Cur- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krueger, , t DR. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 1 a.m. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) Of $lce and lhmideace Phmm" SW -5213 P.O.  67, Mount PulaskL IlL I E WASHINGTON ST. county court in Lincoln, last week listing personal property at $2,000 and real estate at $25,000. Mrs. Steve S. Patterson, city, and Miss Mary Catherine Schick of Springfield, left Sunday on an auto trip and vacation to points of interest in Wisconsin. They will also visit in Dubuque, Iowa with Mrs. Patterson's daughter, Mrs. John Mohr, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beidler of Chicago and Mrs. Elmer Daniels of Decatur, were callers Monday in the old home town. Carl Abel is leaving Saturday :for his home in Albuquerque, N.M., following a month's visit with his sisters, Mrs. Virgil Ar- nold and Mrs. Carl Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langen- bahn and son Harold, of Mason City, visited here part of last week with a relatives, Mrs. M. J. Shafer. Mrs. Frank Beers of Williams- ville, were callers Sunday at the homes of their daughter, Mrs. Walter Fisher and Mrs. M. J. Sharer. Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer had as guests last Friday her bro- ther, the Rev. Charles Lotz and wife, of Bloomington. On Sunday afternoon their son, Dr. Carl Neu- meyer and wife of Bloomington, visiting at the Rothwell home west of the city. Decedent is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Co- sette Reichle, of Lincoln; two brothers, Charles F. Griffin, of Bloomington, and Theodore Grif- J, she had painted. Bonnie sang a couple of numbers from hit stage productions, with Mr. McNabb as acompanist at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch and'daughter Nancy, and Mrs. Walch's father, George W. Hol- down,.. I0 years to go! At least I0 years of hlgh exlmm to  wlmm  am this age...years when rmaal  h called for. BMA's ibb  li  lets you start to gain right away. When expemes are biggest, you get most protection at low coet. ] 10 years, you can fit the plan to future needs. ? Kennetth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI fin of Pekin; two sisters, Mrs. Har- land Hammitt and Mrs. Archie Van Ness of McLean; and one grandchild. The body was taken to the Schahl Funeral Home. Arrange- merits are incomplete. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the Schahl Funeral Home, Rev. J. Wayne Staley officiating. Vis- itation on Friday aftetnoon and evening. MRS. METTIE FORBES, 75, DIED ENROUTE TO HOSPITAL Mrs. Mettie 'orbes, 75, of Rock- ford, who was visiting her sister, Mrs. Wendell Rothwell, 4 miles west of Mt. Pulaski, became sud- denly ill Friday morning, July 14, while preparing to return home. She was taken to the ALM hos- pital in Lincoln where she was pronounced dead on arrival. Mrs. Harlan Hammitt, McLean, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Griffin and son, Bloomington and Mr. and Mrs Wendell Rothwell attended the funeral services and burial in Rockford on Monday afternoon. ANNUAL REUNION OF MOUNT PULASKIANS IN CALIFORNIA The annual reunion of former Mount Pulaski residents was held Sunday, July 9, at the Pearson City Park in Anaheim, Calif. It was agreed to hold the 1962 re- Richard Tyre and daught and Mrs. Andrew Eimer, ada, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Hartman and Brea Mr. Roger Miller and Artesia, Calif; Mr. and Remers, Lincoln, Ill.; John Connolley, Ri' Byron Blout, Carmel, Calif..., L. A. Mann, 80 veals old  the oldest person" prese:d-# James Hassebrock, 1.year-o* the youngest HOSPITALITY T0_. t The Hospitality com. * I# the Sil-Tennial BelleS w,r - a/I s "- housed m the Jr. Vvorn of  tent on the south side _ ## square. The people serV ceiVe  - this committee will re '-, ules through the mail the exact time of the..,,g Members of this comm}t-$$ t Pauline Bertoni Martha Helen Anderson "Ethel . Marie Bowers, 'Grace W : Sciota Horn Georgia Tribbe't vina Roos, 'Koenita Miller, . Crawford, Florence Me Bender, Marie Van Hook, Schafer, Ennis Downin.g, x."  Zelle, Ellis Downing ana " M. Merriman. Mrs. George Zebrun . M man of this group, asS'- Mrs. George Smith. McCOY FAMILY EEU "0] TO BE HELD SUNDAY .-- / union at the same place, on the The annual family th the descendants of Ismu_,, I and Isabelle Kinney McCO neer residents of Logan 'I. will be held at the AIneri'. gion Home in Mount Sunday, July 23, with a dinner at 12:30 p.m. Br .: food and table service. -to " tives are cordially invi.teasil:" present and enjoy thiS second Sunday in July. New officers elected are: Pres- ident, Mrs. Faye (Landis) Hart- man; Secretary, Mrs. Lois (Cope- land) Holmes. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hahn, Jr., and children Mike and Alan, FuIIerton, Calif.; Miss Carolyn Lak, visiting from Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wick- el, LaVeme, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. ,George UnderhiII, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holmes, Barlow Gee, Vista, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eminger, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodrum, Pasadena, Callf; Mm'gie MeQuald Hawk, Wilma Drobish MeQuald, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilmer, San Bernardino, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Lauran Mc- Quaid and son, Golden Meadow, La; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hellake, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilmert, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Hildman, Enahelm, Calif; Mrs. Pauline Hoener, of Huntington Beach, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hassebrock and fam- ily of Buena Park, Calif; L. A. Mann, San Diego, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Hahn and daughters, Long Beach, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Way and sons, of Granada Hills, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. i nial year reunion. The Lake Fork Ch._ . ch will hold a bake ..s,  day, July 22, t the HiJe  tric Store on the west sid  square, Mount Pul [ During Sil.TenS i The Zion Lutherass W,l I Sn.T = , i Hfld s Service StatiC- J Western Vacation? Dofl't Yorge00 Your TravclcrS Chccks We Pay 31o on Savings AccOU00f00 FIRST NATIONAL BANg Mount Pulasld. tnols