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NOTES the Never.Grow-Old will meet Friday after- Aug. 4, at the home of VanHook. Book Club will meet on evening, Aug. 3, with William Tare. Gleaners Class of St. John's church, will meet Thurs- Aug. 10 at 2 pJn. in the of Mrs. Oswald Brooker, of the city . . American Legion Auxiliary neet Monday, Aug. 7 at 8 p. HOSPITAL NEWS tas the Sil-Tennial parade  starting Saturday afternoon, Etta Upp was taken in the Llhl ambulance to the ALM "P ltal fo r medical care. i'a Buckert, father of Mrs. Joe -', Who had been a patient in tting home in Lincoln for Z'al weeks came home Tues- ,Y ill the Schahl ambulance. t, Ternon Ridgeway, who lives a- e in Lake Fork, was found ly- e, on the floor of his home Sun- 2" ,and was taken to the St. 's hospital in Lincoln for ob- tuon and medical care. He  raoved there in the Schahl ". )ance , ter Bayer, owner of the Bay- ]  was taken to the ALM tal in the Schahl ambulance i lay morning, at 9:30 a.m. edical care. 'LOCAL NEWS It " and Mrs. Jesse Cox returned Saturday from a month s to the east, visiting in  urg, Philadelphia, Valley IB'g_e, New York City, West Point,  _''a_ Fails and spending two - at Traverse City, Mich. % ,oiler points of interest. arid Mrs. Paul Burdick and  left Wednesday morning Ill., where they will Several days of their vaca- Burdick was the minister Erie Christian Church be- to Mt. Pulaski, and preaching in the Erie on Sunday, Aug. 6. Men- 7, the Burdick family l Erie and go to Rock- where they will spend days'with relativea They to Mr. Pulaski Thurs- 10th. i and Mrs. Edwin Hahn and visited his moth- H. Hahn from Friday and attended the on Friday evening. Lynn Hein, daughter and Mrs. John Heln was in the Zion Lutheran ! ! morning, by the l Rev. Martin Rothe. were Mr. and Mrs. Bill ! t  RohlLs, daughter of Mr. Melvin Rohlfs, R.R. Mt. 'tll graduate from H1- | ' Normal University in exercises to be [ ] Friday, Aug. 11 at 3 !  &xle  ped Hushxl & Paolone Shop m ar- comfort. aad Mrs. Ray Zuehlke of Sil-Tennial week and Mrs. Raymond Zuehlke was formerly agow of thic vicinity. Mrs. Rolla Shively left a year's stay in Tuc- will hold a teach- in the grade school Mr. Shively wiUl be a in a local store. Their will be 2316 IN. Rich- Hanslow, Jr., them to Arizona and for one week sight-see- and Mrs. Glen Rice and live in the Shively DeKalb St. John Horn, wife--and Craig, Michael and Lin- have been stationed for at Guam, arrived .in for a 15-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben other relatives. They go to San Diego, Calif. Will be based. John, a Township high has been in the Years. Mrs. Padgett of largo, from Sundal until Tuesday of this week with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruber. A family dinner was held re- cently at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Buse and sons, honoring the birthdays of Warren Mosier of Lincoln and Wayne Buse. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullreide had the following Sil-Tennial guests: Mrs Raymond Klein of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Burdee Maske and two children, Randy and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble, and son Kenneth, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Don Cotton and dau- ghters, Kathy, Julie and Donnas, of Atlanta. --All children's swim weaz, 25% ofL Hustoa & Paolcme Women's AppazeL Shop in air.conditioned comfort. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Leimbach and family of Indianapolis, spent the week end with Lewis and Clifford Leimbach and their fam- ilies in Chestnut, and also en- joyed the Sil-Tennial celebration. Mrs. Roberta Perce, of Aurora, spent last week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Follis, and sister, Mrs. Margie Wilkinson, southwest of the city. Marcia Ann Wilkinson, Central- ia, also visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Follis, during the week of the Sil-Tennial. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Herbert and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kline, Beason, visited on Sunday evening in the FoE- is home. Miss Nellie Martin of Coming, Iowa, visited here during the Sil- Tennial with Miss Gayetta May- er and Miss Grace Clifton. Miss Martin was a frequent visitor ears ago at the home of her aunt the late Mrs. John Mason. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Otto Roos at her home were Mrs. Hubert Suedmeier of Mitchell, S. D.; Mrs. Edward Schroth, Mrs. El- mer Schaffenacker, Mrs. Vernon Cooper and Mrs. Edward Ruwe. Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Gray of Hamilton, Ill., were guests Fri:! day and Saturday of Dr. and Mrs: G. F Wait. They travel extensive- ly and said the Pageant and the Sil-Tennial Parade were far above anything that they had seen. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steffin of Lincoln, called on Miss Gayetta Mayer Wednesday night of last week. Mrs. Steffin and Miss Mayer were former roommates in the ALM hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubbard and daughter of Chicago, were Sil- Tennial weekend visitors in the home of his brother, Harold Hub- bard and wife. Mr. Hubbard has been associated with the Chi- cago Tribune for many years, and he complimented highly on the Pageant and Sil-Tennial par- ade. Mrs. Carolyn Myers of Oakland, Calif., was a guest near the city part of Sil-TenniaI week of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Seroggin, Sr. Miss Mary Catherine Schick of Springfield, and sister, Mrs. Wil- ford Scroggin, Jr., of this vicinity, were visitors part of last week in St. Louis, Mo. Steve Martin left Monday, by train, for a vacation trip to Cali- fornia, where he will visit rel- atives at Newport Beach, River- side, and Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. William Duskin and brother Floyd of Huntmrille, Ala., slSent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Alva Creager, and other relatives. Mrs. Duskin is the former Florence Creager. DONAI VANDEVENDER INTRED IN FALL TUESDAY Donald Vandevender, 11 year od son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vandevender, suffered a severe head injury Tuesday alternoon, Aug. 1, when the bicycle he was riding, hit a rock, near the St. John's Lutheran Church, causing him to fall off and the bicycle landing on to per him. He was taken to the doctor's office for observation and then removed to St. Clara's hospital by the Schahl ambulance. NOTE OF TItANKS We would like to say thanks to those who brought in articles for display, their fans. and all who helped in any way at this busy time, in order for the antique display to be the huge sucees sit was. Home Bureau Unit L FAIR LUNCH WORK SHIFTS Three work shifts for all work- ers for Fair Lunch Program, will be as follows: 5:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. DST 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. DST 3:30 p.m. to f8:30 p.m. DST 1: Each Home Bureau member furnish one weIl -baked fruit pie the day their Unit works at the :-H Building. 2. Each unit furnish three work- :ers Ior each work shift. 3. Workers are to wear hair nets 4. A1 workers are to pay half price for their food while work- ing. 5. Each worker is responsible for her gate admission. 6. Cashiers for each day will be appointed. 7. Each unit supply one work- er for clean up day Aug. 2, at 9 a.m. Mt. Pulaski Home Bureau Unit I, will work Monday, Aug. 7. All members are asked to take their pies to Mrs. A. H. Hahn's home not later than 10 a.m. to be pick- ed up by the mid-morning work- !ers. MRS. CHESTER McAFEE DIED SUNDAY AT ALM HOSPITAL Mrs. Martha Matilda McAfee, wife of Chester McAfee, residing on U.S. Route 54, betweene Mr. Pulaski and Lake Fork, III, died Sunday, July 30, 1961, at 1:50 p.m. at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, Ill. She had been hospitalized four weeks. She was 74 years, 10 months and 26 days of age. Decedent was born Sept. 4, 1886, in Indiana, a daugh- ter of George Draper and Rachel Beebe Draper. In Springfield on Dec. 24, 1905, she was united in marriage to Chester McAfce. They moved to the present farm home. Mrs. McAfee was a member of the Methodist church. Besides her husband, she is sur- vived by the following children: George and Norman McAIee, of Mount Pulaski; five daughters, Mrs. Harriet Neumann of Dear- born, Mich.; Mrs. Clyde Munyon, and Mrs. John Petratmkas, Chi- cago; Mrs. Leigh Berry and Mrs. Ruth BAIT, of Mount Pulaski; 9 grandchildren and 6 great-grand. children. Funeral services were held in the Schahl Funeral Home at 2 p. m. Wednesday, Aug. 2, conduct. ed by the Rev. Clifford D. Smith, pastor of Mount Pulaski Meth- odist Church. Mrs. J. H. Stuart rendered one hymn, "Beyond the Sunset," on the organ. Interment was made in the Mt. Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers in- eluded Harold Scroggin, Ellis Howell, Floyd Buckles, Howard Scroggin, Darrell Neal and Fred Schahl. W. DALE SPAIN, 83, OF DAWSON, DIED W. Dale Spain, 83, of near Daw- son, I11., died at 3:15 a.m. Wed- nesday, July 26, 1961, at the Springfield Memorial Hospital, following a short illness. Mr. Spain, a retired farmer, was born near Vandalia, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spain. He was a member of the Mechanicsburg Christian Church. Surviving are, his wife, the: former Blanche Stults; four dau. : ghters, Mrs. Edith Van Hooser  and Mrs. Helen Cormoney, both of Taylorville; Mrs. Florence Dodd and Catherine D. Ackerson, both of Springfield; two sons, Norman of San Diego, Calif., and Eugene of Glendale, Arizona; 12 grand. children; 13 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Florence Crocker of Divernon and one.half brother, Carl Spain, of Springfield. .Services were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Rochester Methodist Church, Paul Rhodes, pastor of the Mechaniesburg Christian Church, officiating. Burial was in the Rochester cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, our relatices and our neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during our recent be- reavement. Also, for the many beautiful floral offerings and cards. The Dale Spain Family, Sell it with a Classified Ad. TURN IN TICKETS MONEY AT TIS All people having tickets or money should them in to either bank, if possible. Ticket Chairman, cam) or tzamj We want to take this tunity to thank friends, and neighbors for the sympathy, flowers and all kindnesses during at the time of the death loved one, Mrs. Chester APILECIATION A big 'IANK YOU" the fine help to all of helped make the chicken at the Legion Home a The Committee Charles Loren Albert Horn NOTICE OF CLAIM Docket umber 29 NOTICE is hereby Riven to persons that Monday, the of September, A. D. claim date in the estate Waddell, deceased, now in the County Court of County, Illinois, and that may be filed against the the decedent on or date without the issuance mons. G.A:  Attorney. The Ward: Part of the fal hag, "A word to a wtse sufficient." USE SAVES Time. Labor - lqlone / Reg. $3.95 Reg. $5.00 Reg. $5.95 SUMMER AT CLEARANCE STILL GOING ON, Huston & Paolone' Mens and 8oy$' Store I I I H I I MEN'S DEP ARTM00I00NT MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Now $2.65 Now $.335 Now $4.65 MEN'S SUMMER DRESS STRAWS Reg. $2.00 Now $1.35 Reg. $3.95 Now $2.65 Reg. $5.00 Now $3.35 Reg. $5.95 Now $3.20 1 GROUP BOYS' CASUAL SHOES (Canvas) Reg. $3.98 Now $2.50 Sizes 1- 6 1 GROUP BOYS' SUMMER PANTS Reg. $3.98 Now $2.98 Reg. $2.98 Now $2.25 Reg. $1.98 Now $1,45 Reg. $1.79 Now $1.35 SH00ItT SLEEVE SP00iT SHIRTS Reg. to $5,95 I/4 0= NECK TIES- 1..3 OFF MEN'S PRICE | i GROUP MEN'S 10m'VAS sHor00 Reg. $00.9B Now $9.98 .................. i i m iii , r r ,,r,  SHORT SLETE SPORT SHIRT  ; Cotton and Knit - Sizes 3- 18 Reg. to $2.98 0% OFF 1 GBOUP BOYS' SHIRT aud PANTS SETS Sizes 2- 6 Val. to $4.98 l]z PRICZ BOYS' SUMMER SPORT COATS Reg. $12.95 Now 18.9S