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2--TmES.WEWS. Mount MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress m March 9, 1879. HARRY 7. WlBLE ' Editor and PubBsher 12xree Months ........................ 75c Six Months ....................... : .......... $1.50 Oe Year .................................... $3.00 S M T W 1' F S " " ] 2 3456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 2223 24252627282930 e o ee m m m, ,, I11. RSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1961 Mrs. Otis Howe, Jr., and her dau- Jr. have been on a 10-day vaca- ghter Cheryl, returned Monday tion trip to Memphis, Tenn. and night from a 10 days' auto trip the Smokey Mountains. and vacation to points in N.ebras- Mrs. Robert Rothwell, Sr. held ka. In Falls City they visited with a lawn party for her grandson, his brother Charles; in Fairbury Billy Joe Rothwell, Saturday, at his mother, Mrs. Mary Scheuler, her country home, while his par- and in Thompson with Omar ents were on a vacation trip. Pres- Scheuler and family. In Fairbury ent were, Joe Romer, Bobby Dit- Park, Sunday, Aug. 20, they at- tus, Carol and Becky Gupton, tended the reunion of the Seheul- Frank Buckles, Dennis Beggs, all er and Priefert families. Coming of Mt. Pulaski, and Robert, Billy, the longest distance were Mr. and Carla and Stephanie Hoffman, of Mrs. Elmo Scheuler and family Lincoln. Games were played and of St. Helena, Calif. ice cream and cuPcakes were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cain of served. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Anna Mrs. Betty Christiansen of Tarz- Hutchinson of Springfield, visit- ance, Calif. visited in Mount Pul- ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. aski the first part of the week Troll Turner. with Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mrs. Kathryn Helen Kine.rt of Voile and other old friends. She Elyria, Ohio, visited in Decatur lived here many years belore recently with her daughter, Mrs. moving to California. Mrs. Voile Dale Deibert and family, and, in gave a luncheon Tuesday after- Mount Pulaski with her parents, noon in her honor. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey M. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilalrd Garvey fit is now four years since Mrs. and son Terrie, and Mrs. Helen Kinert went to Elyria to assume Garvey, attended graduation ex- duties as Young Adult Advisor at ercises at Eastern New Mexico - the YWCA. Uiversity, Portales, N.M., Aug. LOCAL NEWS Jim Cox left Thursday for his 5th when the farter's son, Robert i home in Bakersfield, Calif. after a Garvey received his Bachelor of Mrs Pa--" A "ru'-- c---- h-me several weeks vacation stay with Arts degree. Robert will resume ul . u mr ame o . t turdav f,m ,rinfiom ,ll-w hls grandparen s, Mr. and Mrs. his teaching of the' 6th grade, PE .., .v v... , .y.--.- ' Gene C Clear, and other relatives and grade school coach at In- mga few oays visit Wlm a irlencl, _ " ..... " Mrs. Beulah Bachus. i--mmumsm are worJc m me dustry, III., Aug. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Stall and [UsA" an& colored movies of the Mrs. Robert E. Buckles, North dalghter Miss Lois, and Mr. and Sfl.Temaicd Celom, and the Vine Street, will observe her Bgth Mrs. John H. Tendick, visited in Kitche Band will be a fzee even- birthday anniversary on Satur- rnden Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ij of entertainment and educa- day, August 26. Willis Short. tion at the high school Sunday Since the State Fair in Spring- Misses Nell and Bess Corwine evening, Aug. 27. Public invited, field is located about 25 miles f Springfield, were guests Sunday Mr. and Mm. Jus Cress of Wind- southwest of Mount. Pulaski, this Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidier. sor; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cress city and area were represented IVlr. and Mrs. George Wood- and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cress of by a large attendance each day, of Charleston, visited near Strausburg visited with Mr. and last week. e city from Friday to Sunday Mrs. Carl. Fullreide Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch W'Ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Braun, son of Mr. and and daughter, Miss Nancy, and arold Tendick. Mrs. Harold Braun, east of the Mrs. Walch's father, George W. Many people from Mount Pul- city, won five Firsts and three Howland, were in Waupan, Wis. ! . and vicinity went to llli- Seconds at the Logan County Fair Saturday, Aug. 19, where they aIx)lis last S'unday to attend the with his.Tamworth hogs. At the attended the funeral of a rel- . annum chicken dinner sponsor- State Fair he placed 8th with a ative, Mrs. W. F. Faust, who died ed by the St. Patrick's Catholic heavy barrow; 7th, Senior Springl Thursday' Aug. 17th. Illiopolis, and St. Anne's Boar; 11th, Senior Spring Boar; I Mrs. Myrtle Yenne of Largo, Catholic Church, Niantic. 16th, Senior Spring Guilt. Fla., visited Monday and that Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox, ae- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schahl night with Dr. and Mrs. G. F. companied by his mother, Mrs. and family returned home Men-i Wait and also called on other Maddox, visited in Oak- day from a 10-day trip to Florida ! friends, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grub- from Wednesday to Sunday, land a tour of the Smoky Moun- er, whom she had also met in relatives and friends. This is tains. They visited relatives in Largo. A luncheon was given for I : the first time Mrs. Annie Maddox Nashville, Tenn. and Henderson- her in Lincoln, Monday afternoon. has returned to her home town ville, Ny. on their trip home. In Lincoln the first of the : inee an auto accident on March Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman Herschel Shrader, county treas- : 27th. and Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Downing urer and collector announced that Janette Baumann has accept- plan to leave Monday by train, 80% of the 1960 personal property ed a secretarial position at the for San FrancisCo, Calif., where and real estate taxes had been :: Normal University, in the Home they will board a jet plane for aid, amounting to $3,195,451.45. Economics department, starting Hawaii, for a vacation stay of Herman Wood returned to his Sept. 1. She is the daughter of Mr. several weeks, aome Thursday evening of last and Mrs. Wilhelm Baumann, who Mrs. Ben Platt of Gainesville, week from Lincoln Park, Mich. live seutheast of Mt. Pulaski. Ga., arrived in the city Tuesday where on Thursday morning he Vlaitors at the home of Mrs. L. to spend some time with her par- attended the funeral of his sister, Dennison, in Lake Fork, Sun- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Curtis Mrs. Stella Wingate, who passed laY, were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles and other relatives, away suddenly Monday, Aug. 14. ::F31enburg, Hinsdale; Mrs. Inez Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Rothwel] I She is survived by five Munyon, LaRe Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Zelle, Mr. Pulaski; Mr. and Lee Stults of Hartsburg; Helen Dennison, Miss Flor- Stults and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- E. Llndgren of Springfield. : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes, and Mrs. Walt Dannenberger sons Bruce and Mark, retui*n- Sunday from a week's vaca- tion to Sand Beach Resort on Sturgeon Bay in Wisconsin. They Were accompanied by Mr. and Ralph Blackburn and son Rockford. the "Olmm AlualIU", Colored films of Sfl-Teml/aL 4rod hear the KJtchea BmL in :a spocial showing at the high school Sunday evening, Aug. 2"/. Public/nv/ted. No Charge. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Guffey of Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. 1! re you iooking'00 Pugsley, and children, a Ii Sue and Johnnle, arrived in city Sunday to spend a week's with their mother Mrs. James Guffey, and sisters, Mrs. ...loo]dng to your lmily| ilm B.MAs : ::Harold Haynes and Mrs. Merle m'ld 30 Pay life insuranee plmm prov[dm $1000 Lucas. or more family protection.., plus CBSh for eme Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheuler daughters Miss Barbara and gencles. ADd cash value8 win be them to ]e joyed .......  , ' * whm you ream. ] )R. H. H. MADDOX can your miA mpre00t.a00e toady to find out . OSTZOPATHIC about tt lflan for your futan ...... *i PHYSICIAN  Office Hours: ..... (By Appointment) |',Offlm aud  Photo s SW S.5J18 : P,O. lax 67, Mount PulaskL :| a wxsmxGwox sT. OIL Momrr 00,o'nasm ,,,, , , CW4bm  SW=.$964 several grandchildren, nieces and nephews and another brother, Emery Wood of Lincoln Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bredenstiner returned home Tuesday from a short vacation visit with his bro- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bred- enstiner, in Niles, Mich. They also made some sightseeing tours of Lake Michigan, House of David, Deer Forrest and Notre Dame Un- iversity. Mr. and Mrs. Don Leonard and son Jack, returned Tuesday even- in'g from a 17-day vacation trip to the West. visiting his brother Mr. and Mrs. Powell Leonard and family in Denver, Colo., and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry BelIo- vich and family, in Los Angeles, Calif. They went sightseeing at Grand Canyon, Disneyland, Ghost show 'Fake Me Along," Cornstalk Theatre Peoria, Ill. The shoW is from Aug. 18th thru Gary is performing wit: of dancers in the first is doing a duet and a ballet of the show. He s assistant to the ch Mr. and Mrs. Leroy tawa, visited west of from Saturday to friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tendick. Mrs. Fred Beck, Cathy and Jenifer of . cd" and .Mrs. Bernice Beck o [ li field, visited Tuesday d farmer's mother, Mrs. "- Wachter. Beyd Hahn, Sr. made a jr iness trip to St. Louis, Mo, Town at Knotts Berry Farm, Cal. day. On their return trip they also here eryev _ [stopped in Juarez, Mexico, and J Small town: W Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. knows what's in the teleX" Gary L. Shull is dancing in the before you receive it: AUTO VUE DRIVE-IN NOW By--Pcms 66 N. IAncoln, Ill. Open . 7 p,m. Start at Dusk "Ben Hur" ADM. $1.5 CHILDREN Under 12. FREE No Welcome Back, TeacherS - rn# We hope you have had a pleasant su.rn...r and return refreshed for your work with " boys and girls. We've missed you greatly" =,_,,ed ff there is any service our bank can PeT;  that will make the coming year more p!eam p - , - @ tO '-" and product,ve, please don t hesttat in. Sooner the better. We Pay 3% on Savings Ac RRST NATIONAL BANK Mount Pulaski, Illinois