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Mount PulaskL MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount  Illinots and entered as second matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. HARRY I. WIBLE Editor and Publisher mlns of SubscrlpUcs: Months. .......................... 75c $i.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Every Thursday AUGUST 1961 M T W T F S - 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27282930 31 - - o m NEWS Mrs. Delbert Ford of Cornland, Annna Lercher, and Mrs. Downing, of Springfield,, vis- recently in Butternut, Wisc., their sister, Mrs. Lee Ed- and family. Horace B. Curry, employed at Schahl funeral home many began his annual vacation Aug. 11, by going to Springfield to spend the week and the Illinois State Fair. He the harness races. Eldrid Kemmer and Miss len Dallmer, of St. Louis, Me., v'Ited over Friday night with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kemmer, William Considine return- to her Chicago home Sunday, a visit of several days her mother, Mrs. Frank Sams of Mt Pulaski. Marie Sams of this corn- was a visitor in Chicago i'Thursday to Saturday last Beverly Hesley of Alton, her uncle and aunt, , and Mrs. Austin Yocem, and HILI,TOPPER JACKETS, 32-44, Just $22.50. tim O Plan. HUSTON & MEN AND BOYS' Mr. and Mrs. Austin Yocom and Marilyn and Edward, re- last Friday from a vaca- Jit in Jerseyville with Mrs. sisters and brothers, and with Mr. Yocom's par- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yocom. i . and Mrs. Delmar Veech and have returned to their i Jupiter, Fla., following[ vLsit with their parents, Mr. and J. A. Veeeh, Mt. Pulaski, and .and Mrs. John H. Bryson, Jr., i=q, ornland. D. Harris Bryson of 'nland accompanied them home a visit. : !Mr. and Mrs. Harl Jackson a Idl chilen of Chicago visited sever- Lays past week with his me- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hilliard, sister, Mrs. Norman Wil- of Mt, Pulaski. They also with relatives in Lincoln Decatur. Mrs. Effie Bruce of tur, also visited her daugh- Mrs. Hilliard, during the week. Hild and Scott Steinfort Camp Alpine, Lutheran at Richmond, Ill. last week. Zumstein was on the at the same time. and Mrs. Haft Bruce of Ind. and Bud Toole, Ind., visited at of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wednesday of last week. had come to Decatur to the funeral of an aunt, Pearle Toole, a former Mt, 0 who lived on the Bob H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: aaxt to 12 M. - 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) OW md mmmmm Pt SW 2-5213 Box 87. Mount PulmkL ILl. ST. ILL, THInSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961 Keck farm west of Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Bill: McKinley and family have returned from a ten day's vacation trip to Yellowstone Park and Colorado, and other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- mer and son Dalen, won 5 firsts, 2 seconds and 2 thirds in the An- tique division at the State Fair. Their entries were in Figurines, jewelry, iron stone, wash bowl and pitcher. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conolley, Kenneth Connolley and children, Susan and Tommy went to the Pere Marquette Hotel in Peoria on Sunday, where McKesson & Robbins entertaned a group of buyers at a dinner and held a showing of Christmas articles. Lynn and Joe Romer came home Sunday from Blandinsville where they visited about two weeks with their sister. Mrs. For- rest Suycott, and family. Mr. and MrS. Donald Waddell and daughter Mary Kay, east of the city, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faith of Warrensburg, returned Sunday night from an auto and vacation trip of two weeks to the area of Denver, Colo. --FOR . BACK-TO-SCHOOL TRY MUNSlNGWEAR BRIEFS and T- SHIRTS. BRIEFS, sizes 6-18, 3 @ $'2,.371 T-Shis sizes 6.18, 3 @ $'2.37. Htms & Paoloe's Meu & Boys" Store. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Streenz and children, Kim and Penni, re- turned Monday from a brief auto trip to Colorado. They visited in Greeley with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson. In Denver on Saturday, Aug. 12, they at- tended the wedding of Miss Edith Lewis and their nephew Gary Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Dorwin Pope of Illiopolis, where Mr. Pope is man- ager of Zim's Market, were call- ers in Mount Pulaski Monday. Mr. Pope is taking a vacation and with his family will visit in Her- rick and with relatives in south- ern Indiana, around Evansville. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allsopp and children, Jimmy and Pamela, of Macon, Ill., visited Thursday, with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Glose. Mrs. Louise Galloway and Mrs. Frank Lyons of Springfield, and Mrs. Rose Cowan of St. Louis, Me., spent Friday with their cous- in, Mrs. Wess Laugher:/ and hus- band. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koertge of Refugio, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Smith of Lawrenceville, Ill., are guests this Thursday of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford D. Smith. All went on a fishing trip to Matan- za Lake, near Havana. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford D. Smith were in Olney last Sunday after- _noon and evening to attend a re- ,union of his brothers and sisters !at the home of Mrs. Thelma Quayle. Enroute home Sunday night they stopped in Beecher City and visited until morning with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Essie Barr. --FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL. Mun- stngwear Boy's Halfways. Sizes !4-12 - Sl.00 each, or, 3 for $2.95. Huston & P0lmne's Men & Boys' Store. Mrs. Lucille Kelly, local high school Home Ec teacher, and Mrs. i Janie Kafka, Home Ec teacher in Lincoln high school, are attend- [ing Illinois Home Economics !State Convention in St. Louis, Me. Thursday and Friday of this week. Mrs. Kelly is president of the association. Mrs. Clara E. Renner was ap- pointed Tuesday, Aug. 15, as ex- ecutor of the estate of her late husband, Claude Wm. Rennet, ac- cording to the petition to probate :the will, filed in county court at :Lincoln. The estate consists of personal property valued at $1,000 and real estate of undetermined value. Miss Sally Ayers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers, is at- tending Springfield Business Col- lege. She remained in Springfield all last week, visiting friends. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford D. Smith last Friday and Satur- day were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Smith and daughter Juli of Bloomingdale; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Smith and son Paul Lewis of Shelbyville; Mr. and Mrs. John Harlan and daughter Valerie, of ?ekin. The Robert Smith family are moving to Harrisonburg, Va. the last of this month, where he will teach at Madison College in the field of Music Education: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips and two of their children, Ann and ,Dan, living west of Lake Fork, left recently, on an auto-vacation trip to points in California, visit- mg several of his Navy buddies during World War II. They are also sightseeing in several other states. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis left the first of the week on a vaca- tion trip to states in the north- west. Mrs. George "Robert Underhill and daughters, Lisa and Leslie, of Atlanta, Ga., arived Tuesday for a visit of several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Ayers, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Stuart and son Ricky Jay, of Tokyo, Ja-j :pan, who spent a part of the[ summer in Mount Pulaski with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. i Stuart and sister Mrs. Art Stuckel and aunt Miss Viola Drobisch left recently for Deerfield for a: visit with friends, Mr. and Mrs. first down... I0 years to go! At least 10 years of high expenses to go wen kkb m this when financial smg7 is called for. BMA's "Flexible 55" life insmnm plan lets you start to gain right away. When are biggest, you set most protection at low  In 10 yea you m fit the plma to future needs. / As 7our qu0000,erb00k, ed00ud for your lIMA to00. A Kenneth W. Johnson lIEN'S ,41, Mineral MOUNT lque Robert Aitchison and family. They departed from Chicago Monday, by plane for San Francisco, Cal. and Tuesday took a jet plane to Tokyo. Gus is employed by the U.S. Government in teaching in Tokyo and expects to return to his teaching duties in Elgin, Ill., after the coming school year is over. KITCHEN BAND MEMBERS TO SPRINGFIELD AUG. 19 Members of the Sil.Tennial Kitchen Band are to meet on the north side of square Saturday, Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. to go, by car, to St. Nicholas Hotel in Springfield Members should wear their Sil- Tennial dresses and bring Kitchen Hats and Instruments. There will be a short business meeting. Following the program at the Hotel, from 8:30 to 9 p.m., the group will be served refreshments compliments of the Shriners. The Band has been asked to participate in the Labor Day par- ade, Sept. 4th, at Edinburg, With their float, at 10 a.m., and also to give an hour's program that aft- ernoon, at 2 p.m. 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- atives and friends are invited to attend. (8-24 ) Sell it with a Classified Ad. LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS sET RECORD AT LOGAN FAIR A record number of 1,590 head, was entered at Logan County Fair's silver versary last week, records of inspectors of Dept. of Agriculture. Listed were: 312 tries in dairy; 585 swine; sheep; 441 beef; 140 show 128 race horses, and, 116 in the junior livestock Approximately 800 entered exhibits this year, pared to 603 last year. WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD MEETING AUGUST 22rid Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, dent of the Mount man's Club, has called a meeting for Tuesday Aug. 22 at 2 o'clock in room of the Muldoon Those responsible for for the coming club year ed to have their outlines for this meeting. CHURCH GROUP HONOI MRS DAVID CHEEK Twenty - two friends of the Methodist went to Lincoln Tuesday, 15, and enjoyed a basket at noon in the yard of Henry Nursing Home. The honored Mrs. David cheek, Pulaski, who is now the nursing home. was made very happy so many of her old AUTO VUE DRIVE-IN BY.PASS LINCOLN, "BEST H00'I FOR A Opening Thur., Aug. 24th , Adm. this Engagement S15 Kiddies under 12 - Open. 7 p.m. Start at Dusk "Ben Hut" p,ented ' 00UT, 00WE0000EA00T, IF YOU PAID 81LL...I00II(R I$ M RECGIPT B"ls stay pa;d when you pay by chOCk' it's the bt;sinesslike way to take care of your obligations. We Pay on Savings Acc00 Pulaski NK