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t R---TIMES-NEWSo Mount Pulask 'MOUNT PULASXI TIMES-NEWS , Mount Pulmdci, nlinois 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 J, WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptions: rhree Months ........................... 75c Six Months .................................. $1.50 One Year .................................... $3.00 Published Every Thursd OCTOBER 1961 i S M T W T--F S 1234567 8 91011121314 15 16 17 18 i9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 " " "'" 41 4m el I I e NEWS Mrs. Norman McAfee has re- turned from a two weeks vacation her brother, Hallis Rogers in Fairmont, W. Va. Donald Tendiek, son of Mr. and Eugene Tendick, has enter- ed his second year at the Univers- ity of Illinois, taking an agricul- course. Miss Minnie Hershey, who lives a Times-News apartment, qetly observed her 92nd birth- r anniversary on Wednesday, 27. She is quite active and taking walks almost daily. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomp- formeriy of Mount Pulaski, of Rockford, visited in the Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee the weekend in Ursa with brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold There was from 3% to of rainfall from Saturday Sunday morning. A heavy  :storm visited that area about Saturday. Some areas were to flood early Sunday with several roads ira- by noon., Tuesday there arived in the city relatives of Dr. and Mrs. Wait, to visit them a few! ILl., THffRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 Mrs. Frederick Hild. They went of St. Louis, Me., visited Tuesday on to Waterloo, Iowa to visit and Wednesday with Mr. and their daughter, Mrs. Edward Cas-Mrs. Fred Zelle. Mr. and Mrs. siday. They are on the way to Walter Wisneiwski and daugh- California for a tour and in a couple of weeks will turn east ward on a journey to Lakeland, Fla., to again spend the winter months. During the month of August residents of the county bought a total of $66,505 in Series E and H United States Savings Bonds, according to James H. Vaughn of Lincoln, general coun- ty chairman of the Savings Bond committee. Thomas D. Havener, Sr. has been apopinted Special Repre- sentative in Mt. Pulaski for Franklin Life Ins. Co., Springfield, Ill., according to an announcement by Regional Director John Smith. Havener is associated with the Adam Vetter Agency, Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. George Ortmann of Santa Anna, Calif. visited Mr. and Mrs. Byron Downing, Monday. Mrs. Lenore Demmitt, formerly of Illiopolis vicinity, has gone to Oklahoma to stay with her aunt, Mrs. Clara Lushbaugh, this win- ter. Her address is: 307 S. Gillette St., Tulsa, Okla. Scott Rogers will leave this weekend for Winter Park Colo., where he will enter his sophomore year at Rollins College. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox ac- companied by his mother, Mrs. Annie Maddox, were in Oakland from Thursday until Tuesday of this week. They called on the lat- ter's sister, Mrs. George Shumak- er, while they were there. Mrs. Emma DoUner of Spring- field visited wesf of the city Thursday to Saturday, last week, with her brother, Oscar Rickord and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter re- turned recently to their home in San Jose, Calif., following a vaca- tion visit north of the city with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Carter. He is a teacher in the State Col- lege at San Jose. Mrs. Dean Leesman left Satur- day for Fort Sill, Okla., to visit her husband who is serving in the Army Reserves there. Mrs. Leesman is the former Sharon Buckles, daughter of Mrs. Annie Buckles. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords expect to leave Saturday for Lake- land, Fla. where they will spend ter Eileen of Milwaukee, Wis., were weekend guests in the Zelle home and also  called on old friends. Mrs. Wisneiwski is the former Dorothy Zelle Aitchison. BAND TO MARCH IN DECATUR PARADE The 105th annual conclave of the Grand and Constituent Com- mandaries of the State of Ill- inois will be held in Decatur on Saturday, Sept. 30, 1961. On Sunday, Oct. 1st, there will be a parade and devotional ser- vices. All Sir Knights are urged to attend in full Templar uni- form and meet at the Masonic Temple parking lot at 224 West Williams St., by 1 p.m. The parade will move prompt- lYe2 p.m. Mount Pulaski Township High School Band will partici- pate in the parade. ACTIVITIES OF ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church, met in the new parish hall Thursday afternoon, Sept. 21. At this meeting it was decid- ed that the society would hold a Rummage Sale in Decatur on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 17 - 18. Also, that they will sponsor a Bazaar in the parish hall Sat- urday, Nov. 18. More information concerning the bazaar will be given later. LIBRARY CLUB TO BEGIN NEW SEASON TUESDAY. OCT. 3 The Mount Pulaski Library Club will begin the 1961-62 season on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 2 pan. in the library club room at the Muldoon' building. Mrs. Gayland Green, club president, will conduct the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Downing will show pictures taken on their re- cent visit to Honolulu, and other points of interest on the Hawaiian Island. Wade Sehott HI will play a piano solo. Hostesses are Mrs. G. F. Wait, Mrs. Elmer Hayes, Miss Elizabeth Horn and Miss Lulu Day Lanham. were so kind to remember us[the time of the sudden with words of sympathy, flow-lout loved one, George ers and all other kindnesses at1 The AUDREY JEFFERS DISTRICT DISTRIBUTOR announces SARAH JACKSON 307 S. WASHINGTON MT. PULASKL E[ As Sales Consultcm for LuzJer MAKER OF FINE COSMETICS, PERFUMES AND G I1' FOR PERSONAL SELECTION CALL 2-3357 SALE! SALE I SA FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 1/2 PRICE ON ALL SUEDE SHOES FLATS - HEELS - TIES $2.99 TO $7.95 DOUD'S CLOTHING and SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Douds" SEPTI-SAN FOR Septic Tanks, Grease Traps Cesspools and Outside ToiletS COOPER- TOX FOR LIVESTOCK SPRAY They are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I the winter. Their address will be: Houston, Texas; Mr. and  Holiday Mobile Homes Park, Box Gibson of Benton, Arl;l 159, D. St., Lakeland, Fla. Mrs. Leo Grant of Chey-i Wy. The ladies are nieces Wait. *:Several members of the Ancient of Hibernians, of Lincoln, i in the city Sunday, Sept. 24 the Mass and Holy Corn. at 10 ann. in the new St. Aquinas Catholic Church. the Mass they wero breakfast in the parish Mr: and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler dinner guests of Miss Norma at the Hotel Lincoln in Friday evening, Sept. 22, of their 59th wed- anniversary, which was SepL and Mrs. William Mielke New Smyrna, Fla., arrived in city last Thursday, Sept. 21 a visit with their daughter Clifford Vandevender, and and with Mrs. Mielke's Katie Keil. and Mrs. Harry Downing in Broadwell Saturday aft- and called on Mrs. Gert- rude McIlvaine and other rela- fives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rothwell Shawano, Wis., visited Monday Tuesday of last week with Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, Everett, Wendell Rothwell and also in Lincoln to see his sister H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offiqe Hours: ann. to 1 M. - 2 to 5 pan. (By Appointment) Mr. and Mrs. Karsten H. Moritz and little daughter Monika, of Plainsfield, N.J., left Monday for their home after a visit of sever- al days with her grandmother, Mrs. Rell C. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. Marten Hoelcher WILL OBSERVE 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Lowillis Handlln of Lake Fork, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary on Fri- day, Sept. 29th. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank friends, neighbors, and relatives, who AND SHEEP DIP Mr. Pulaski Farmers Groin & Elevator "ARDWtARE oSSORf South Washtngm puaSJ- J" B Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT An All American Team dedicated to helping you get on the winning side in all your financial.transadions. We Pay 3% on Savings AccOi00tS Ng At least 10 yearn of Mgh expenses to go when Id& are this age.., yearn when financial strategy b called for. BMA's "Flexible 65" ]fie  plan lets you start to gain right away. When expense8 are biggest, you get most protection at low cost. In 10 years, you can fit tim plan to future needs. years to gol /'" (/t