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F I__ I I CROUP I t [ "P on IeUena st) With Color QUard School l Pulaski High YI nch affen acke r ?toat With Queen }_ Court p,',t'en Entries " Band " I  St. Intersection) Lch Floats PARADE LINE- UP -- July HAROLD MANN, Chairman X/t/. C,' Rou4"e I1 GROUP 3 on G, arde SL, north of Jefferson St. Intersection) All 4-H Floats and Civic Organization Floats C...den '/- . CROUP 4 % St., south of ]effer. 1. "q St. Intersection)  bepa -lli rtment Floats @., ,, n Floats aehool Band C..-,-, o. d e 'c.A ,01 "I GROUP 8 Bus Parking c a Y S GROUP 5 (on Scott St. north of/effer. son SL Intersection) Commercial Floats Automobiles Antique Cars Caoup a ] ] GROUP 7 lK.t St., south of I (on ,...o..t st. .. :: t S. t. Intersection) ..-- Jefferson St. Intersectto ) Clubs . Horse.Drawn Displays . ........... [ DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED PHONE 106t 510 BROADWAY UNCOI.N, ILLINOIS . , , -, LITTLE LEAGUERS are seeing quite action this summer, playing the Mer- Leaguers of Decatur, Saturday after- Row, (1 to r): Terry Baylis, Louie Howe, Terry Boles, Neal Janvrin, Lee Meam, Skip Proctor, man- TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IEt., THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961--5 " " MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER was given Friday night at the Legion Home, honoring Mrs. John Hein, who was married to John Hein of Che.;t - .) nut, December 28th, at Ansbach, Germany. They have purchased the George Savage home in the west par of the city.--Times.News Photo. MRS. RICHARD AYLESWORTH was honored at a miscellaneous shower, held at the home of Mrs. Louise Dunn, Saturday evening. She was the former JoAnn Gipson, of Lincoln. --Times-News Photo. ,. ager. Front Row: Randy Howe, bat boy; Wally Rotz, Dave Haskill, Mark Miller, Jim Carrick, Ronnie Letterly, Larry Jones, Gary Jones, John Blakeman, bat boy. Absent were: Danny Roberts, Chantey Ball, Nell Buckles, Mike Behrens, Ricky Wachter.--Times-News Photo. FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO DOUD'S... Has been our slogan since we came to Mount Pulaski 6 years ago. In that time, we have found thisa city to be truly proud of. Mount Pulaski has a wonderful herit- age, dating back to the days when the early pioneers settled this area and found. ed our town. Today it is a fine, progress- ive city with a wonderful future ahead. As our city is set to celebrate its 125th anniversary, we salute the citizens of Mount Pulaski and area, and say "THANK YOU" to our many friends and customers. Doud's Clothing and Shoes