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--TIMES-HEWS, Mount Pulm ILL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1561 i i MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount PukmkL llUnois Published and entered as second class 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 Terms of Subscriptions: three Months ............................ 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year ...................... . ............. $3.00 SEPTEMBER 1961 'S M t W t F S ...... - 1 2 3456789 10 11121314 1516 17 18 192021 2223 24252627282930 LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moelhenry of Chicago, visited near the city Friday to Labor Day with her sister, Mrs. Grace Buckles, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel. They came to attend the annual Buckles family reunion held Sunday at the Tomlinson Recreation Centen. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait re- Rickords, whom they met last turned homo Tuesday following a winter in Lake Wales, Fla. visit over Sunday and Labor Day Miss Nancy Walch, daughter of in Hamilton with their son Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch, a B. Wait and family. 1961 graduate of Mount Pulaski T. R A .Wyatt of Quincy spent[ high school, will leave Sunday for _,ml .naay to monaay morning I Jacksonville, to begin her studies w lm men as, .. aria Mm. .. t.[a t Illinois College. Her address uecKoee, mr. wyatt anu JmXSlwil 1 be 311 ElliQ Hall Worked together many years ago l ...... _.. " .... 1 the Mendon t'Ill." newspaper, r ar. an(1 _Nlrs. :llas.. IUCKIeS OI tev Vn Wn,k nf n,t.r Waterloo, Iowa, visited here over : - -'a --'t o)--tle v. a-k the week end with relatives. They P P With his grandparents, Dr. and C. E. Hildreth. Dr. C. E. Hildreth made a bus- h-'-: trip to Mattoon on Friday. Mrs. A. H. Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. McCormick and sons, Bill and Mark, visited from Fri. to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Stillman and son at West- Springs, Ill. They also attend- " , the wedding of Mrs. Hahn's grandson, Richard Hahrr, and Eaten Knuth, held at the Edison Lutheran Church in Chica-  Saturday evening. Enroute home they called at the home of and Mrs. Milton Beer and in Pontiac. The Beers faro- -resided in Mount Pul- when he was pastor at the Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jinks Leekbee speflt several days the past week in Ursa with her brother, and Mrs. Harold Andrew and daughter Fontelle, and in Quincy he brother, Mr. and Mrs. ! Andrew and son Dick. They home Friday morning. and Mrs. Anthony Schlatt i, Ind., and Miss Rose of LaSalle, left Tuesday a week's visit west of e city with Mrs. Schlatt's sister, Wilford Tendick, and hus- i: band. Mr. and Mrs. John Mohr and of Dubuque, Iowa, visited the week end with her moth- Mrs. Steve Patterson. They to attend the dedication of :the new St. Thomas Aquinas Church on Sunday. : Kenneth V. Connolley, employ- :in the local post office, began two week's vacation Monday. Earl Holmes was in Pontiac last weekend attending the Cen- ,.-.. States Threshermen's Reurr- Mr. and Mr Wesley Love of Ohio, arrived in the city for a visit west of the with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar DR. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: aan. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 p.m. (By Appointment) and  Pho J-S213 P.O. Bez 6"/, Mount  IlL THE CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB SUGGESTS THAT YOU CHECK YOUR PERMIT TO SEE THAT IT UP TO DATE. IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO APPLY FOR RENEWAL 30 DAYS BFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE'. came to attend the Buckles fam- ily reuniofi held Sunday, Sept. 3 at the Legion Home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connol- ley and family of Springfield were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Connolley. They attended the dedication of the new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Schweis- thal of Berwyn visited during the weekend with her brother, Louis F. Sams and wife. They came to attend the dedication of the new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, held Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dyett of Chicago, visited west of the city Thursday of last week with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rick- ords, while on their way to Lake- What's Planavac? A new Idea tn mmrit Your family's needs am as individual as your fingerprints. But Planavac, by means of nk  helps you take the guesswork out of future plans. Find the key to adequate family prollon...stud today for a Planavac Contidmtlal Idormon card. Call or m your  reprativ usrs mmm00. Smm  4 Imsd land, Fla./where they will remain indefinitely. Larry K. Schroth, son of Mr. and Mxs. Norbert Schroth Chest- nut, attended the four-day 97th Anniversary Convention of Theta Xi, a national college fraternity, that opened August 27th at the Chase Hotel in St. Louis, Mo. He is a member of the Junior class at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, and represented his chapter at the convention. Mrs. Henry Damerman enter- mined with a dinner Sunday at her home, honoring the birthdays, of her son, Herman, of Lincoln, ] and granddaughter, Mrs. Sarah' Doehring of Mattoon. Present be- sides those mentioned were Mrs. Herman Damerman and son, Judd of Lincoln; Dareld Doehring of Mattoon; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker and son Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stahl and daughter, Cheryl, Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and son Steve and Sheila Bryson were in Mineapolis, Minn. where they visited their son, Kent, who is a student at Humboldt Insti- tute, in the Transportation Dept. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buck- les who visited in Rochester, Kenneth W. Johnson MOgNT PlC.ASKI houe 9q32-2964 Minn. with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tendick and children, Dick and Rex. They all returned home Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers and daughter, Rosemary, visited in Chicago from Friday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George Nasko and family. Mrs. Nasko is a niece of Mrs. Ayers and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Purcell of Latham. On their return trip home they stopped in Paxton and visited Rev. and Mrs. Vern Barr and family. Mr. and Mzs. Myron Fursten- berg and family of near Mt Au- burn were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musgrove and son Don; of Latham. Lorene Tendick, Judy Mardis, Kenneth Cardoni al Ronald Stoll will leave Sunday for Cham- paign where they will be students at the Illinois Commercial College this coming school term. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musgrove and son Don, of Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waddell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Stahl and family, John Clapp and Judy Fluzzee of Niantic enjoyed a picnic, boat riding and water skiing at Lake Springfield on Labor Day. Dictator: Big shot today, big shot-at tomorrow. Prude: A good women in the worst sense of the word. S-T IQTCHEN PLAYING AT The Sil-Tennial will play Friday ney for the County bors Convention, all-day meeting. Mrs. Vera of Kenney has offered es as pianist for the absence of their three accompanists, Mrs. June Mrs. Joyce Wood and M -r Downing. Members of the band on the north side of the or in case of at the Odd Fellow's m. Friday, for an iness meeting before Kenney. BIRKS CONSOLIDATZD SCHOOL CARRIES (Sept 19, 19) A special election was Tuesday afternoon, Sep at the Birks School, 6 of Mount Pulaski, position to form a consolidated school Farmland, Birks, the former Harbert districts was approved of 47 to 5. Donut: Proof that t make a hole. MEN'S AND BOYS' "DEE CEE" SPORT S Which have been granted Good Housekeeping Seal, the quality and styling to give you comfortable fit appearance and extra long wear. GIRLS' "DEE CEE" BLOUSES Tailored of' wash and wear broadcloth to look neat stay neat. Roll sleeves - wear in or out to suit your CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION OF ALSO SLIM JIMS TO MIX OR MATCH DOUD'S CLOTHING and S "Follow The Crowds To Douds" --INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Florence Lachenmyer, Agenl PHONE 792-5113 MOUNT Are You Out-Of-Town? " rhey are missed sadly when you spend theft away from home. A dollar that will never support our schools and provide jobs and opportunities for our people. All benefits are gone for good. Your dollars are the very life blood of our munity. You can help keep it a good plau/ which to live and do business when yoU "-" and bank.., at home. We Pay 3% on Savings A urn" reST NAnONAC Mount PulL llUnois