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Mount Pulaski, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount  ' and entered as second matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, I930, under the Act of Congress 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE , F.ditof cmd PubUsh of Sulumtpticm- Months .......................... 5c Months ........................... : ...... $1.50 Year ............................... ,...$3.00 Erect Thursday AUGUST 1961 S M T W T F S - 1 2":345 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 2930 31 " - LOCAL NEWS Louis (Carolyn) Myers of CalLf., Mrs. Burton Allison, of Florida, and Leona Clark of Decatur, were visitors in the city. parents were Mr. and M Risk, who spent his days in Mount Pulaski, school, then began on the railroad, and lo- ,in Oakland, Calif., was in ciW Thursday and Friday, old friends. He had been in Peoria with his son, R" I Lukenbill of Springfield, of Lincoln, and superin- I of Logan counW schools years, was in town on , attending the Old Settler's and on Saturday the Sil- parade. He greeted a oI old friends. Oscar L. Zelle of Spring- a native of Lake Fork, was Saturday to see rela- and friends and witness the Sfl-Tennial parade. M. and Mm. William P. Addle. of- Joliet, had a wonderful visit in the old home uests of Mrs. Georgia ]. and Mrs. Harold Andrew Fontelle, Ursa, and Mention, came to early Saturday morning at the home of Mr. sister, Mrs. C. H. Leek- and husband. They enjoyed huge parade in the a[temoon younger folks attended vbigdance at night. All lelt almoon for their homes. ' Marie Hodson of Spring. and cousin Mrs. Lucinda were Sil- visitom Saturday, coming big parade. Mrs. Hod- former biarie Hahn of Mustm &  Womeu'a Shop in cd:-eonUoaed and Mrs. Arthur M. Scrog- Washington, m, came on to see the Sil-Tennial and meet relatives and This city iq their old town. Mrs. Scroggin is the Emily Rigg. and Mrs. Edmu Beebe Kans., were Sil-Tennial in her old home town. at the home of her Mrs. John T. Downing, Walter Hagenbach, Sr., Mrs. McCarthy and Miss Fran Another sister joining celebration, was Mrs. Vera and Mrs. William Merr|- family of Chicago, were visitors at the home i IIL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. [ Mrs. Clair Carter and attend the Merriman. Richard Merriman of lSiI-Tennial celebration. They will Washington, D. C., was also Ilome Irem,dn here until late in August for a visit and enjoy the Sil.Ten- [ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore of nial celebration. I Waterloo, Iowa, were in the city Mrs. Vera Stuller of Thessalon, [ ,hllrsday and Friday of Sil-Ten- Ontario, Canada, came back for ]nial Week to attend the celebra- a Sil-Tennial visit with her broth- ers, Wallace and Henry Kautz, and sister, Mrs. Grace Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. George Pattison and his mother, Mrs. Lina Patti- son, of Cleveland Ohio., former Mount Pulaskians, were among the large crowds visiting the Sil- Tennial L and meeting many old friends. They were greatly im- pressed with the bigness of the celebration. While here they vis- ited at the home of the former's brother, John T. Downing and wife. ! Miss Marian McCarthy of Nile.s, !Mich., was a week-end visitor in her native town, Mount Pulaski, and greatly enjoyed seeing the Sil-Tennial parade on Saturday, as well as, meeting her school-i mates and old friends of years ago. She left Mount Pulaski 28 years ago, and this was her first visit back here in all this time. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. i W. J. McCarthy, her father being l in the tailoring business. Among the interested Sil-Ten- nial visitors was John Posey of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Years ago he was employed on farms in this community, and met many of his old friends at the celebration. Cornelius Hutter of Cedar Rap- Iowa, visited in Riverton re- cently with his aunts, Mrs. Lor- ena McKenna and Miss Katie Jenner and also in Mount Pulaski, his old home town, with relativ- es and many friends. During the Sil-Tennial Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Clear had several guests, who enjoyed the big events of the celebration. They were Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Ey and son Steven, of Chicago; Mrs. Leslie McCormick, of Emden; Mr. and Mrs. William McCormick and son Tim, of Lincoln. Paul Quandt, formerly of this area, who has been employed as a chemist with the Pure Oil Co., has moved to Cheyenne, Wyo., to work for the Convoy Company as a designing engineer. His wife, the former Anna Warren, daught- er of Mr. and Mrs. Walter War- ren, Mount Pulaski, is with him. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schlachter of Jasper, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schlachter and son Raymond, of Lexington, Ky., were in the city during the week end the Sil-Tennial. They formerly lived in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter, of Jose, Calif., came recently to visit with his parents, Mr. and tion and visit with relatives, the Misses Sciota and Elizabeth Horn, and Mrs. D. A. Lindsey. They were greatly impressed with the Pageant. Mr. Moore spent his boy- hood days and attended school in Mount Pulaski. He was known then as "Banty". --Rack of Sale Dresses regrouped and repriced. Huston & Paolone Women's AppareL Shop in air- conditioned comfort. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Haines of St Louis, Mo., and Mr. and M's. Harry Drum, of Pesotum, Ill., former Mount Pulaski residents, were here for part of the Sil-Ten- nial. Mr. Haines operated the drug store on the west side of square. many years ago. Sil-Tenniai visitors in Mount Pulaski last-week, were Mr. and Mrs. Nels G. Berg, of Kewanee. him. Berg is the former I,T Holm- es of this city. The state of Iowa was well re- prvsented at the Sil.TenniaL-A- mong those here were, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Buck!es of Water!o. Tl-ey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. "thomas A. Gupton, St. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vondrak and childre nor Des Plaines, re- turned home Monday after a Sil- Tennial visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland. Miss Katherine Connolley of Chicago, visited in the old home town during the Sil-Tennial, with her mother, Mrs. David Connolley. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Tendick, of Jacksonville, were in the city Fri- day and Saturday attending the Sil-Tennial and visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Ten- dick. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Tendick and sons, Dick and Rex., of Rochest- er, Minn., left Monday for their home after a Sil-Tennial visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick, and other relativ- es, members of the Charles Holm- es family. They were accompan- ied home by Mrs. Edward Holmes. Miss Hazel E. Austin of Pen- sacola, Fla. is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vandevender and family. This is her first visit to Illinois. Miss Austin and Mrs. Vandevender were former classmates in New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Mr..and Mrs. Hugh O. Smith of Flat Rock, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Scott and daughter, Mary Jean, of LaCrosse, Wis., were Sil-Tennial visitors with the form- er's son Bill Smith. H. H. MADDOX OSTZOPATHIC PHYSIIXN OflCe Hours: to 32 K. 2to 5 pm. (By Appointment) mld im P SW 2-5215 kz , Mount  nL What's Planavac? A new  n seeuz'i! Your famiIy's needs are incl]vidua] as your ferpz4mts. But Plmmvac, by mem of dectronic analysis, hdI you take the guesswork out of futm plans. F'md the key to Mequa fami protection...md today for a Plavaa Co:i&atlal Information ca& Gill a i  BMA emtiva Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PULASKI Mrs. Lelia Paul of Springfield and Miss Katie Keil. She  e : the former Lelia Helf, visited in her white double net graduau s  the city during the Sil-Tennial dress which was 50 yeald , week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. she graduated from the p'- Clifford Vandevender and family, ]school in 1911. WATCH A REAL JUMPIN'  IN i.N COLOR ! HAMBURGER .................... 3-1b. $1.19 SMOKED SAUSAGE ...................... 69c LARD ...................................... 3-lb. 49c Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 By Appointment Only- BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE ' z/z BEEF Choice ................................... lb. HIND QUARTER ......................................... lb. FRONT QUARTER .............................. I 4 Closed Saturday at Noon MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI .:. ILLINOIS We're Delighted ,o .., ster. Time passes quickly and before long be will be One of the leaders of the commUnitY simply because you taught him about thdff, spending less than he makes. A savings account in our bank ecru be use We Pay 3% on Savings RRST NATIONAL BANK