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b--TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. MOOlqT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS ter Bonita, Of Fonda, Iowa; Mr. Mount Pulaski. nllnoh, and Mrs. Owen Williams and family of Oskaloosa, Iowa, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Hatfield and family of Lath- any and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skaggs and family of near Mount Pulaski. 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. 1961 PAYNE REUNION HELD SEPTEMBER 10 The 21st annual reunion of the descendants of Willis Franklin and Lydia E. Copeland Payne was held Sunday, Sept. 10, at the Tomlinson Recreation Center in to Alabama to visit friends. Patricia Heft, a teacher is the Flora high school, escaped serious injury in her car wreck Labor Day P. M., south of Effingham. She has a sprained neck. Her mo- ther and Willie drove to Flora Friday P.M. to bring her home. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher ' of Subscriptions: : three Months ............................ 75c .: Six Months .................................. $1.50 : One Year ...................... .: ............ $3.00 Published Ever Thursd SEPTEMBER 1961 s M lr w I F S " - --- - 1 2 3456789 10 11121314 1516 17 181920212223 24252627282930 el. e e, LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller left last Friday for Stronghurst, to visit several days in the home of .their daughter, Mrs. Harold Beck, ! and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gaydos of Rockford and Mrs. Edward Az- man and daughter Amy Ann, of Joliet, visited here recently with their father, Earl Kinert. Miss Sharon Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Green of this area, went to Decatur Sept. 5 begin nurses training at the Decatur-Macon county hospital. LS a graduate of the Mount high school. Michael Tierney, who spent the summer vacation period with his father, Stephen Tierney, has re- 1 to Joliet to begin another of teaching in the element- shool system. Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly, a 1961 graduate of Mount Pulaski high school, left Sunday for Champaign to begin year of study at the Uni- V, e rsity of Illinois. James Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly, left Thursday of last week for Charleston to be- gin his second year of study at Eastern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tipsword departed Sunday in their auto and trailer home for Memphis,! Tenn, after a stay of several men - S th in their former home at Champaign and in Mount Pulaski her mother, Mrs. Robert E. and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick son Don, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Tendick, visited west of Springfield Sunday with Mr. and 3. Paul Tendick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lyons of Ohio, were visitors sever- days last week in the home of brother, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. :: .--Group of better dresses by n,,me $7.00 mid $4.00. Doa't miss these values. Huston & lmlmls Womens AppmL Mrs. Vernita Wachter, city, and sister Mrs. Merle Riedel of Chest- visited in Rock Island from to Monday with their bro- ther, Elmer Weckel, and family, with Mrs. Floyd Weckel. Mr. and Mrs. Cloye Williams of Alhambra, Calif., spent three days week, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and family in La- tham, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skaggs and family of near Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. William Camden lted Saturday night in Ohlman with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rent- meister. Sunday they all drove to DuQuoin and attended the fair g to their homes Monday. David C. Williams and daugh- DR. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: 10 axa. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 pan. (By Appointment) Office and Residence Phone 792-5213 Box 67, Mount Pukufld, Ill. S01 S. WASHINGTON ST. Duane Baumbach of St. Charl- es, Minn., arrived Sept. 7 for a week's visit in this community with Mr. and Mrs. George Wash- bond. He came to attend the wed- ding on Sept. 10, of Miss Margar- et Washbond and Victor Sehris- huhn. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Coay, of Paxton, visited west of the city Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords. On last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Rickords had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krueger of Lin- coln and their son Alvin Krueger and wife and son Terry of Largo, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buckles and Last week of summer sale. Group of dresses and skirts. All brand name merchandise. $4.00 each or 2 for $6.00. Huston & Paolone's Womens AppareL son Bill of Mesa, Ariz., arrived Wednesday for a short visit west of Mr. Pulaski with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords. Sandy Deibert, Blaise DeMuth and Terry Scroggin left recently for Charleston where they are students at Eastern College. Jane Myrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Myrick enroll- ed at the University of Illinois as a junior this year. Steve Cullen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen, and Ian Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bowers, re students at the University of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Elbertie Ayers of Sierra Vista, Arizona, arrived on Sunday, and are visiting for two weeks with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Froschauer, Jr., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E1- bertie Ayers, Sr., and other rel- atives and friends. They will also visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clements in Lovington. Miss Penny Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Davis, Jr., has entered the School of Nursing at the Menonite hosiptal in Bloomington. She graduated from the Mount Pulaski Township high school in 1960 and atended Lin- coln College last year. --Group of Simplicity house dresses. $2.98 mad $3.98 values now 25% off. Hustou & Pomlone Women's ApporeL Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schaffe- hacker returned home Thursday evening of last week from a trip to Rochester, Minn. where they went to the Mayo Clinic for med- ica.1 care and examination. They were gone 11 days. --Sell it with a Classified Adl Mr. Pulaski, with a potluck din- ner at noon. There were 28 rela- fives present, the oldest member being Willis Ayers, Sr.. The youngest member present was Brenda Lea Erlenbush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erlenbush. The 1962 reunion will be held at the same place. There was no business meeting so all officers will remain the same for next year. They axe: President, Willis Ayers, Jr; Vice President, Charlotte Bohn; Secre- tary-Treasurer, Mrs. Norman Eu- gene Seller. Those present to enjoy the day were: Mt. Auburn: Mr. and Mrs. Will- is Ayers, Jr., and children, Patric- ia and Terry. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Payne and sons Andy and Randy. Mt. Pulaski: Mrs. Glen Mason Mrs. Robert Shehorn and Stevie and Darrell; Mrs. Dave Erl- enbush and children, Mary, Kar- en, Brenda and Dennis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayers and children Jeffrey, Danny and Janico; Miss Rosemary Ayers; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers, Sr. and son Lonnie. 30th REUNION OF STOLL FAMILIES The 30th annual reunion of the descendants of Matthew Stoll was held on Sept. 4, at the Recreation Center in Mt. Pulaski. There were 62 persons present, the oldest be- ing Mrs. Minnie Rentschler of Chestnut, and the youngest was Charles Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hickey, Jr., of Mt. Pulaski. Lenora Ebel as historian, re- ported four births, three new members by marriage and lost one by death, namely, infant son of Dean and Doris Cate& The 1962 officers are: Edwin Rentschler; Viee-President Wilford Schaffenacker; Secretary Elsie Stoll; Treasurer; Aurelia Stoll. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattio Kevwm3d Mrs. Ezra Tuggle is hospital. ized in D&MC since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Maxwell of Galesburg spent Friday and Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. H. Ruberg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau, Mr, land Mrs. Linn Rau are on a trip  first down... I0 years to go! At least 10 years of high expenses to go when ki& am d age...years when financial trategy k called for. BMA's inflexible 65" life insurmlce phn you start to gain right away. When expenses are biggest you get most protectlon at low cost. In 10 years, you can fit tlm plan to future needs. As your family quartezbade, signal for your BMA reprcmtatlve today, She taught school on Friday, and returned by bus to Flora Sunday P.M. She was suffering from a wisdom tooth trying to come through - made trip to her dentist in Clinton Saturday and came back minus the tooth - face bad- ly swollen,. SevemI- 12 - youngsters had a bicycle parade and sack lunch at Nancy Goretzke's Labor Day A.M. Took their bikes, wagons, and tricycles there and decorated them. Pictures were taken. Ate lunch under the trees on spacious front lawn. The Arnold Galloway's of Tus- cola spent Sunday P.M., Sept. 3, with his parents, Arthur Gallo- way's. Arnold, with other em- ployees, was in Kentucky last week for a vacation. He flew by jet to Chicago Sunday, then goes to Georgia for a two weeks train- ing. The 90 heat continues. Had a shower Wednesday. Some early beans will be combined this week. A shower and 11:30 Monday night. this Tuesday A.M. of evenings is Reunions and cut in on our S.S. and tendance. Only 24 at for church. A class reunion took Raus and Marion Sunday. The S.S. icni view Park next sunday m. ,Was requested to ing tables - as park ! burned when pavilion Jean Goretzke via sister, Mary Ann Decatur, Monday P.M., ter Vera Lewis of Texas, telephoned they in a town some Had to evacuate and school house with KITCHEN BAND TO vL.- FOR DECATUR KI WNI The Sil-Tennial has been asked to Kiwannis Club at the Club, in Decatur, 19, during the noon hOUr. Cs one at regul pace: one FREE. Hu Womens Apparel. While Stock Lasts WE ARE OFFERING A SPECIAL PRICE ON WALLHIDE FLAT WALL PAINT IN COLORS AT $3.99 A Gallon $1.29 A Quart Regular $5.24 Lime, Worm Gray, Blue Jade, Pale IvorY, Clle Beige, Shrimp, Stratosphere Gray, Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Eievat HARDWARE STORE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS A WORLD OF LEGS r r" Remember the days when you accompanied yoU,rPi ents downtown?" They probably stopped in a ;W" talked about a strange thing called money and.S ed you a book where you had some of your own" aS" Today, more and more oarents are ooening ., -  -ism" ings account in their youngsters' names and ns "6- - o they save regularly. Teaches respect for moneY, zenship and turns them into more mature adultS- Stop in anytime and notice the small fry. you'll s what we mean. ..]4 We Pay 3% on Savings Ace % FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount  Illbsois