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MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount  nlinols 111, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961 and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. '17, under the Act of Congress 9, 1879. HARRY I. WIBLE Editor and Publisher of SubscrtpUmzs: Month ........................... 75e $i.50 Year .................................... $3.00 AUGUST 1961 M T W T F S " - 1 2 "3 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17' 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 - - O m m NEWS Kratzer of Taylorville in the city Monday, an a mion. and Mrs. Ronald Leesman, I to West Virginia, to visit rela- tives, are expected home Friday. Mrs. Bil Costley, the former Barbara Larson, and children Peggy and Pamela, left by train last Friday for San Diego, Calif. having visited a month in the area with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ninian Larson, and relatives in Virden. Mrs. Costley and daughters greatly enjoyed the Sil-Tennial celebration in Mt. Pulaski Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Stopher of Delphia, Ohio, have returned home after visiting a couple of weeks with George Stopher, and seeing relatives and friends dur- ing the Mt. Pulaski Sil-Tennial. Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper quietly observed their 58th wed- ding anniversary Aug. 3. They are the parents of three daugh- ters, Mrs. Claude Pippinger of Pekin; Mrs. John Welch of Illi- opolis and Violet at home. There are two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Fran Wachter, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Volel and child- tea Steven and Cehryl, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Pope, Jr., and nons, No- lan and Nell visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Bec and Mr. and Mrs. James Strode and children Jane and Jimmy in Peoria, Sunday. A coo-out was enojyed. Mr. and Mrs. James Elilott of St. Clair Shores, Mich., and dau- ghters, Lenise, Lynette, Nancy, and son Gregory were here for the Sil-Tennial and visited with her parents, lVIr. and Mrs. Clar-: ence Riedle and twin sister Mrs. Glenn Vaughan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Turner of Kennwich, Wash., are visiting his sister, Mrs. Amos Miller in: Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Miller and family spent Saturday, Aug. 5, in St. Louis, Mo. BEN EDGARD FIELD DIED AT HOSPITAL .N EAST PEORIA Ben Edgard Field of East Peoria, Ill., who was admitted to St. Francis Hospital, there, on March 19, 1961, died at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, 1961, at the age of 83 years, 8 months, 11 days. Mr. Field was born Nov. 24, 1877, in Bridgeport, Ky., a son of Robert D. and Milile Lou Leach. In Bridgeport on April 6, 1898, he married Renie Sexton. They later moved to Illinois, locating in the Buffalo Hart and Cornland areas. A number of years ago they mov- ed to East Peoria. Decedent is survived by his Leesman return- evening from a few trip to St. Louis, Mo., and Leohard Wood, Mo., where latter's husband is stationed. Leonard Hatfield and Penny Jane and Leon- Jr., of Columbia, Ga., where is stationed at Fort as a Warrant Officers in arrived in the city in to attend part of the Sil- and to visit a few weeks her husband,s parents, Mr. birs. Guy Hatfield. Smith and stuns Gary and of Shicago, visited in tre a part of the Sil-Ten- With his aunt, Mrs. Grace and Mrs. Everett Beidler daughter Mrs. Loren Ayers he son Mike, left Sunday : a vacation trip to several in Florida. John Bertsche of Williams- left by train July 28 to an extended visit with her and family, Mr and : D. W. Shutt and son, Mark Mo. Mr. and Mrs. parents of a son, born 28 in the St. John's Hospital Louis, Mo. available fm LaCt'eme'a Shm-Sp Basketball Shoes lasob mad inch. i S to 12. Huston & Pclome's saml Boys" Sto, Mrs. Christina MacDonnel of Greeley, Colo., and son Lauren, i wife; one son Harry Lee, of Chil- wife and children Janice and llicothe; four daughters, Mrs. E1- Lauren, of Wheaton, Colo., ar-Imer Walker of East Peoria; Mrs. rived in Mount Pulaski Aug. 2 for JCharles Welton, Jr., Springfield; a vacation visit with the former s[Mrs. John H. Bryson, Jr., Corn- sister, Mrs. M. J. Sharer and bro-Iland; Mrs. Joseph Naufel, Louis- ther, John Bender. ville, Kyr; 23 grandchildren and --H.LS. cmd Oshkosh Casuals for Youth sizes 6-18. Colors, Loden, black, blue pewter, gold, bronze. $3,50 to $4.49. Hus- ton & Paolone's Men's & Boys' Store. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Shell- hammer and children, David and Debra, northeast of the city, re- turned home Tuesday night aft- er a vacation trip of nine days to Machinac Islands in northern Michigan. Mrs. Howard Langenbahn and daughter Ann, of Lincoln, were Tuesday guests of a relative Mrs. M. J. Sharer. Mrs. Raymond Mattingly and sons, Mark kand Brent, who have been visiting southwest of the city the past six week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lit- terly, leave (today) Thursdtay by train from Vhillicothe for their home in Costa Mesa, Calif. Mr. Mattingly was here the first two weeks. Mrs. Matingly, the form- er Louella Lltterly, will begin teachirig again in September in the Orange Coast College at Costa Mesa. She wil lteach Business Education. 31 greatgrandchildren. On Sunday, the body was brought to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mt. Pulaski, where funer- al services were held Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rev. John Horton, pastor of the Cornland Christian Church. Appropriate music was rendered by Mrs. Francis Myrick of Mt. Pulaski. Interment was made in the Roselawn Cemetery east of Springfield. Pallbearers, all grandsons, .were: Elmer Walker, Jr., Charles Walker, George Walk- er, John Naufel, Bernard Field and Ronald Edmondson. BEAVERS HELD REUNION SUNDAY The Beaver Reunion was held Sunday, July 30, at the Tomlin- son Recreation Center. Those pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner and family of Armada, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lilly and son of Louisiana, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stiles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Beaver, of Lincoln; Mrs. Mary Benjamin Clifton of Lndlanapol- visited over the week end home of Mr. and Mrs. Viv- near Elkhart Mrs. and children Nard- returned home with spending two weeks relatives and friends and the Sil.Tenrdal celebra- Mount Pulaski. '. and Mrs. Charles Hildreth Bloomington; Mr. and Mrs. Van Hook of Decatur, vis- [,with Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hil- 'the Sil-Tenniel week. were Mrs. E. E Hil- James Hildreth and Anita of MaRoon. Hazel E. Austin of Pensa- Fla., have been visiting Mr. Mr Clifford Vandevender Katie Keil. A. H. Hahn and Mr. and Do nMcCormick and sons, Urbana recently and as- the former's son and wife, and Mrs. Edwin Hahn their 25th wedding an- and Mrs. Dean Cchultz and Mike and Denise, who on a vacation trip I fro-rod 30 Pay life insurance plan provides $I0,000 or no.m family protection.., plus ca for eme:- lpenm Am] cash values will be them to l;e enjoyed . whm 7ou zetire. Call you:  Representat today to nd out dt d l fr your fum Kenneth W. Johnson land family of Kankakee; Mr. and John Deweese and family, Dela- van, Mrs. Mabel Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Turner and family of Williamsville; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beaver, Cant- ral; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beaver and family, all of Springfield; Frank and Betty Gard of Argenta; Mrs. Bertha Peterson, East Peoria; Mrs. Alice Sealock and David Madison Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. tt man Ar'rowood Jr and sor East Peoria- Mrs Eula Stiles al sons of Joliet. , The youngest member P ,7 was Richard Le Lilly. Thee  est woman was Mrs. Alice O( t lock and the eldest man, al Beaver. Mrs. Alice Sealock  Otto Beaver came the farthe : BACK TO SCHOOL Dress Bargains! , Se4 1/2 Price Boys' Short Sleeve Shirts SIZES 1 to 18 MEN'S PIN-CHECE SLACKS LADIES RED BAL.L SUMMERETTES , Douds' C|o00mg and Shoes "Follow The Crowds To Douds" , MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS  ;: MEAT SPECIALS! BONELESS TOP SIRLOIN or RIBEYE STEAK .......................................... 8-o 59c T - BONE .......................................... lb. 7fc BEEF ROAST - Choice Cut .......... lb. 39c MINIT STEp.IS .............................. lb. 69c COUNTRY SAUSAGE - fresh ........ lb. 49c Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 --By Appointment Only BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE /2 BEEF .......................................................... lb.  HIND QUARTER .......................................... lb. 5.W FRONT QUARTER ...................................... lb. 3 -- Closed Saturday at Noon --- MT. 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