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if! !i !4 i I ! [i  I, \\; \\; .... 2-TF_.S-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, m.) THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1971 ,,, , MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEW8 Mt. Pulaski, nl. 62548 labllshed and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. I, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARI)6ON Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor Subscriptiod Rates Three Months $ I. 50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $1.50 AdverUsing Display lte upon request Publ/shed Ever7 Thursday LOCAL__ wllIWS Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lcn- nert of Mt. Carmel, I11. visited in Mt. Pulaski this past weekend with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gluick. They all enjoyed the program at the Logan County Fair Sunday even- hag. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Froschauer and daughter, Stacy of Springfield recent- ly returned from a vacation in the west. They visited in Sierra Vista, Ariz. with his brother, Ed. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ayers. They visited  with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manes in San Diego, Calif. and Mr. and Mm Gary Rentmeister in Torrance, Calif. They tour- ed Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland and Universal Studios. They returned home via Fort Ord, Calif., Salt Lake City, Reno, Nee., and Cheyenne, Wy. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rade- maker and family visited with Mr. Rademaker's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willis at Peoria, Wednesday, Aug. I I th. They spent the day on the Illinois River on the Willis' boat. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Stiles and daughter, Beverly of Decatur, spent the week- end in Michigan City, In- diana with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Whitten, who have a new baby boy nam- ed Jeremy Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas returned home Friday from a trip to the Black Hills and Mt. Rushmore, S. D. They also spent sever- al days sightseeing in Colorado. Sunday visitors in the Lee Roy Dunn home in Creve Couer were Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn and Debbie of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dunn of Bloomington, Ill. Mrs. Harold Tendick, Jr., and sons, Steve and Gary, spent Sunday, August 1st through Wednesday with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Roher and Chris in Lexington, IlL and with her mother, Mrs. Eva- lena Hand at East Bay Camp, Bloomington, Ill. Randy Marten, Keith Schmidt, Jim Fuhrer and Stuart Erlenbush spent the weekend water skiing in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes and children, Jim and Terry, of Laurel, Mary- land, visited in Mt. Pulaski from Monday through Wed- nesday with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rademaker and family of Olney visited with the Ivan Rademakers on Monday, August 9tlL Miss Linda Dunn, Mt. Pulaski, spent several days visiting with the Jones' in Charleston. Mrs. Lucy McCormick's new address is: Crest View Nursing Home, Clinton, Illinois 61727. She was moved from the Latham Estates last Saturday. Chdmmen Returns to Clifornia Mrs. Betty Christensen, of Hollywood, California, visited from Tue.lay to Saturday, with Mrs. Gladys Lyons. They called on many old friends of Mrs. Christensen, and on Wed- nesday afternoon visited Mrs. Ethel Beidler in Abra- ham Lincoln Hospital. On Thursday, they called on Mrs. Anna Neumeyer at the Anna B. Millikin Home in Decatur, and Mrs. Lucy McCormick at Latham Es- tates. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Starke, of Pala- tine, Ill. came and Mrs. Christensen returned home with them. Mrs. Starke was formerly Shirley Christen- sen. The Christensen family formerly lived in Mt. Pulaski. BirtHDAY PARTY FOR A birthday party was given for Mrs. Alpha Peters, south of Lake Fork, Illinois with a picnic at Bryson's Camping Grounds. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roth- well, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Flea#e, Keith Roth- well, Harry Long, Mrs. Helen Buckles, Mrs. Mau- rine McGee, all of Mt. Pula- ski, Illinois; Mrs. John Bryson, Lake Fork, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Litterly, Buffalo Hart, Ill.;Jackie Hill, Miami, Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Burke, Niantic, Ill. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Phone ?$Z-$418 Ihu. Pu] m. ,i ii i i A SURPRISE BRIDAL SHOWER was given in honor of Marinda Bryson on Thursday evening, August 5, 1971, at the home of Rosemary Walsh. Hostesses for the event were Linda Stoll, Rosemary Walsh and Sara McGee. "Rindy" will become the bride of Mr. Larry Beccue on September 4, 1971. WILHAM - BECK AUG. 1 The 35th Wilham and Beck reunion was held Sun., Aug. 1, 1971 at the Tom- linson Recreation Center. A most bountiful dinner was served at noon. Aileen Cyrulik was elected as the new secretary-treasurer for the next three years. There were 84 in attendance. The Lloyd Hutchison family from Lincoln enter- talned from 2 until 3 with lots of music and singing. The children's ages were from 8 to 13. They are very talented, singing some of the top songs of today. They were enjoyed very much by all. The family from the farthest away was Mr. and Mrs. Croftin Wilham from Mountain View, Mo. Those present from Mt. Pulaski were: Mr. and Mrs. George Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilham, St. and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cyrulik and family, Mrs. Michael Cyrulik and Tanya, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cyrulik and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilham, Diana and Tim, Mr. and Mix Davy Creager and daughters, Leona Green, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin and Vicki, Kay Schahl, Trudy and Geof- frey, Aileen Cyrulik, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wilham and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wiiham; Bloomington: Eugene , i B. W. ELY INSURANCE etomm, v-acllzY agmt PHON  7911 - 35116 ILL. ELECTROUIX Salu & Service B - 8 PoLishers & (! Beautifiers. Crosier; Elkhart: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crosier; Staun- ton: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meffert and sons; Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rad- cliffe and girls; Thayer: Mrs. Ira Green, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Green; Moun- tain View, Me.: Mr. and Mrs. Croftin Wilham; Coal City: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emanuelson and Kathy, Mrs. Maude Vaughn and Lonnie; llliopolis: Mrs. Virginia Drabing; Springfield: Man- die Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Janueski and fam- ily; Riverton: Mr. and Mr Charles Trotter and Cindy, Mrs. Eva Bice, Mr. and Dorothy Your representative in" 1Va. Puh,ki, Illinois Phone 799 - 5647 Or 795. 5880 I I Ill Mrs.Ted Shane and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scott were afternoon callers. The reunion will be held f'wst Sunday in August of '72 at the same place. Family Reunions The Downing Reunion will be held on Sunday, August 22 at the Legion Home. Erlenbush reunion will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Sunday, August 15th, 11:00 a.m. at the west table. Reservations for yore 1972 Reunions are to be made to Mrs. John (Harriet Bender. The fee is $5.00 The date will be reservex one week l Aug. 15 - Erlenbush Re- union,Pavilion 1. Aug. 22 - Danner Re- union, Pavilion 2. Aug. 29 - Dittus, Pavi. lion 1. Sell it with a C Ad in the Times-Newa FAREWELL (Continued from Kirchner, Lutheran nut; Rev. berger, pastor of theran Church, Mr. Hans minister of Zion Church, Lincoln; Daniel C. Roth, of Christian Zion Pulaski. Rev. and Rothe received gifts from the organizations: eran Parent' Fdlowship Clu League, Circle and the tion. The potluck with Mrs." Martin love that Zion Church and has shown to theta past fourteen Rev. and leave for Crown diana on August HAPPY 35th. ANNIVEI To Mom& Dad & Grand Dick, Cheryl and Cheri Lynn Bob, Jean, Larry and Eddie I\\; 1 it's The Growing Season For DOLLARS, TOOl And the best place to harvest some excellent earnings is in our bank. Savings and Certificates enjoy maximum safetY" And remember, your money is always available when you need it. Stop in. First National Bank Federal Deposit Inmrance Immued to $20,000 PHONE 792-216 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS