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Mt. Pulaski and everyone living Leer BOX there from some former residents. Carl G. Edwards and Family. Thanks, Folks! Send the bill and I'll return a check. 0Ur congratulations are extend- p O Box 131, Amboy, Ill. ..to a fellow publisher, Harry J. " " ., owner of the Mount Pul- Tokyo, Japan ,_ Times-News, on the stupend- July 25, 1961 Sil-Tennial edition for the Dear Mr Wible, th anniversary of Mt. Pulaski. This is iust a short note to _;OUntless hours of research tell you what a wonderful job . . e, :reqmred to produce the 172, you all did on the Sil-Tennmal ,..l_Old pages of the Times-Newslpaper. I received it from my e of July 13. It is obviouslY lmother and father, yesterday. I er_wrk of. love and res. pect for. his'{ really" enj'oy'ed reading about the. retnUmty and will provide a I hill and the wonderful people a,.2 reference for future Mt. Pul- who have lived there. 'ar.an.d Logan county historians, t I was very surprised to see a "tebration activities are well I letter my father wrote to you ized and are scheduled to t in 1945 Strange isn't it that I W Saturday, July 22. tam in the country that we were hide.are proud of blt. Pulaski's la t war with at that time. ',cal background and urge I I iust want to wish you all a aJone to attend the festivities lhar)y celebration and all the ' Programs. officers and airmen of the 56th Lincoln Evening Courier. Weather Reconnisance Squadron  . Iw'ish you the best of luck in the ,. July 18, 1961 I next 125 years. Most of them Mr. VJible: We can't wait have read'your paper and really i 11 You how wonderful is the enjoyed the stories and pictures. innial issue of the paper. Sincerely yours, arc,raany many months of re- Harry W. Milner. a that went into compiling p S--Sorry I couldn't make it to paper is very apparent and the" celebration but I'll be there I, us. in December to hear all about it. a'u so pleased that you have ,.acle by my father in it, Aug. 8, 1961 J. C. SwinneyJ. Dear Mr. Wible: ha ca hard work that you all Words seem very inadequate hi e done has brought pleasure to express our true feeling ot ap- ,, many people. "Congratula- Dreeiation and thanks to you, for t-"tk seems, such a feeble word all- your help in making the Sil- s time. Tennial a success. i e. are locking forward to be- Your special edition and follow- n,kln Mt. Pulaski next week uo papers show many hours ol " so much happy anticipation, work by you and your staff, and "egards to Mr. Beidler. we certainly have enjoyed them Sincerely, Ruth Pattison. Lincoln, Ill., July 19, 1961 ti i }larry- -- i forgot t'o thank you for the el out our beatuiful flag. li . " Your tribute to Paul E. liar let, is a gem. Sometimes I h. e to write in such a hurry Met letters out for the mail man that's why I forgot some f, Which I intend to write. t-"Uccess and good luck to laski Times.News. Sincerely, Mrs. D. Cheek. Amboy, Ill. r . : July 24, 1961 'btion in Mt. Pulaski. I read an article about it in the r . Congratulations to Thanks for everything and our hats off to you! Fred and Hade Holmes. Dear H. 3.: The bound copy of Sil-Tennial edition came Tuesday. It is won- derful - seems like I found more i .things to read than in regular newspaper. Guess because it was all to- gether. People will surely treas- ure such a book. Thanks so much for sending it. Please start our T.-N. to Palm Springs again with Aug. 24th is- sue. Going to Riverside the 14th. We're all real good and having a nice time here Alma. DOWNING FAMILY REUNION SUNDAY, AUGUST 27th The annual Downing reunion will be held at the American Le- gion Home Sunday, Aug. 27, with a basket dinner at noon. All rel- aUves and friends are invited to attend. 8-24) DON'T TAKE CHANCES! iechanical failure is a contributing factor in any accidents. Don't take chances with your tully or yourself -- keep your car in top con- tion! Yet us check the brakes, lights, steer- g and tires today! You can always depend on ts to keep your car in the very*best condition. HAYES GARIIGE PhOne SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski. IlL TIMES.NEWS, Mount ldasld, IlL TO THE FAMILY OF on July 30. Stoll is a locomotive operator in Co. C of the 737th Transporta- DENNIS SCHEULER Thy will be done - is hard to say Neath Sorrow's crushing blow, And words somehow seem mean- ingless When a 'Loved One' has to go! But dry your tears and offer Thanks That he is now at rest, I know it's hard dears, to believe That "Our Blessed Lord" knows best ! Remember him as you knew him A stalwart lad and true, Could he but return today , I'm sure he'd say to you: ' Dear Morn and Dad; Don't grieve for me For I don't want you to, Keep your smiles and happy hearts As I remember you! ] I'm happy I was born your son] And thankful for the love you[ gave, I We'll be separated but a little I while So keep your hearts real brave! "His" will was done . it's all right Dears He deemed it best this way Just keep your Faith, for "He" promised too We'd all meet again, SomedayI" Sincerely, --Mary Charlotte Cheever. BOYS IN SERVICE Fort Eustis, Va.--Army Reserve PFC Clarence D. Stoll, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Stoll, Chest- nut, Ill., completed two weeks of annual active duty training, here THURSDAY, AUGUST : of annual active duty ing at :1 Fort Eustis, July 30.  Specialist Stauffer is a loco- i tion Battalion, an Army Reserve Unit in Clinton. The 1955 Mount Pulaski High School graduate is regularly en- gaged in farming. For Eustis, Va.--Army Reserve Specialist Four James A. Stauffer, 21, whose wife, Shirley, lives in Kenney, Ill., completed two weeks motive operator in Company C of the 737th Trannportation Battal, ion, an Army Reserve unit; in Clinton. The 1957 Mount Pulaski HtRh School graduate is regularly en- gaged in farming. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stauffer Sr. reside in Chestnut. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulasct, Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE i0 BIG DAYS Frl[. Aq. 11--(Mdren's y Ges, contests, thildren's entertainment Sot. Aq. 12-Llm's hy Spell appnrnnce-GraM Old Opty Sin. Aug. IS-Veterans Day hrndes, bands, drum & bugle 0rps k Awl. 14-Indies' y  and textile shows Judging in v, omen's evms Tin. Awl. IS-finllfield aM (entrel WId. Avg. 16-hpblkan Day EXCITING DIRT TRACK AUTO RACES ]lwrs. Aq. 17-Govermr's Ooy fri. Aq. 18-Gohien Age hy ldel e.nt tot sen flzee Set. lq. lg--kdo  hy F.xcq dirt ckrce Getome--Ly & ed Nelso Suu. Aql. 20-1bmcycle IJng O Dredevil moforcde racing Circm--Iy & Onid Nelson II I II I iimmm- i 1