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2-TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, ill.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1971 | MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWB Mr. Pulaski, Ill. 62548 Published and entered asecond class matter in the pose office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICH Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor Subscrtptiod Rates Three Months $ 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.5(1 Advertising Display Rate upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL__ IIIIWS Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Tanner of Carthage, Mr. and Mrs. David Tanner and daughters, Betsy, Deb- bie and Kathie of Peterw burg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trovian of Peoria spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Claus Tanner and family and attended the Band Concert and Pageant. Mrs. Gary Zimmermann and daughter, Shelley, spent last week with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. D.avid Gleeson and son, Jeffrey in St. Louis. The room mothers of the PTA of the Mt. Pula- ski Cons. Grade school met at the First National t3ank in the basement on Wed., Sept. 15 at 8:00 p.m. with Mrs. Dean Cates and Mrs. Donald Allspach as co-chairmen. Duties for the year were explained. A social hour followed. Mrs. Oleta Bartels, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson and Dennis visited near Sullivan, IU. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faith and family. They brought Dennis home, as he had been there two days fish- ing with his Uncle Gene at Lake Shelbyville. Mrs. George Meister was guest of honor at a birth- day party given for her in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meister on Tuesday even- ing, Sept. 21. Other guests included George Meister, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes and Jeffrey, Gary and David Meister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daily flew to Davenport, Iowa on Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daily. They returned home Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Turner of Bremerton, Wash. visited with Mrs. Everett Turley Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. Ray Sherman of Morris visited with Mrs. Turley, Mrs. Lloyd Burgess of Deca- tur Wednesday to Satur- day. Mrs. George Kunker, her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Von Slechter of Lima, Ohio, visited her brother, Louis F. Sams and sister, Emma Sams over the weekend Sept. 18th. Mrs. Kunker remained for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Hasse- brock visited New Salem State Park last Wednesday. Sunday, they went to Secor and visited with Mix Hasse- brock's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Woelfle. CORRECTION Anniversary cakes were baked and decorated by Miss Louise Ey and not by Mrs. Roland O'Bryen as printed in last week's paper, for the 50th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Raymer O'Bryen. zat. mrthaar rmr A birthday party was given" in honor of Rick Aylesworth's 9th birthday on Sun., Sept. 19th at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ayles- worth. Those attending were the above mentioned and Randy Aylesworth, the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gipson of Lincoln, Ill., grandmother, Mrs. Roy #/ylesworth, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scroggin and Cher- yl, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aylesworth, Brenda and Brad, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Aylesworth, Kathy and John. In the afternoon Terry Scroggin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scroggin call- ed and talked to his folks from Ft. Polk, La., where he is stationed. e tmm'ttituNl At EMum Collage Lt. and Mrs. Robert Rozman of Security, Col- orado visited their grand- parents; Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Heft and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiick and other rela- tives. A family dinner was held at the Kiick's cottage on Quiver Beach near Havana, Ill. in their honor. It was also a birthday dinner for James Seefeldt. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rent- meister and daughter, Mary Ann of Versailles; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert See- feldt of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. James Seefeldt and daughter, Mindy, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiick of Latham. I1|1 OPEN HOUSE Sunday, 0el. 3, 1-971 I - P.M. MT. PULASKI, ILL. 3 bedroom, fcmly room with fireplace, 2 full bafln, riving room, kitchen complete washer, dryer, gerabe disposcd, bunt- in oven, inhrc:om AM & FId. 2365 square Ft. last m rigM', facing sou on Norlh Waddmjfon St. and Tara I PulaJ nt Phone 7119.5365, 7951.3370 or 795.5310 I[ I I [ II Ill ] I nl I I I II Illl I I I I I STORE WINDOWS (Continued from pege 1) nial held in Sept. 1886. Barnhart's Cafe added to the color with red, white and blue burlap over the door. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Havener, Sr. had the lar- gest antique display of all in the old Harris & Harris office and Dorothy Ben- der showed some of her recent pictures in the VFW building. The Brownies decorated a window at Tate's Barber Shop and Kennedy's Market showed a rope making machine, measuring wheel and chum. The 1917 Model T Ford Truck, owned by the Mr. Pulaski Fire Department, which was used by the department for many years as a chemical truck, was displayed in the win- dow of Dick ShuU Motor Co. Stahl's featured Mrs. Dan Roth's 1870 cradle and rocker and the City Hall displayed an 1870 Organization of Mt. Pula- ski Record Book. The Schahl Funeral Home dis- Ik W. EI. INSURANCE played many pictures of had not made a old funeral coaches in had entered their southeast window, by keeping the Coming down the north dow well side of the square one tice which it saw in Dr. Robert Hamm's be continued office a collection of cry- Mr. Pulaski is stal and other antiques a fair. owned by the late Clara Rothwell. Minnesota Tool EARL MADIGAIq displayed Yesteryear tools RESIGNS AS and ceramics and Suzy's DEPUTY CLERK School of the Dance showed, among other Earl Madigan, things, Estella Hawk's 150 Logan County year old china doll and an Clerk and now old spinning wheel. Clerk of the Completing the tour at Gossetts on the northwest he had comer of the square was a nation as Deputy display of dolls dressed in Secretary ofSte I odl fashioned clothes by Lewis who ts the Girl Scouts. Shirley Officio Holmes' antique collec- The tion and pictures, includ- tendered hag Loren's collection of become effective shaving mugs. 1. Several stores which VINEGAR OPEN OCT. Elks in Lin00ln Sure... Money Talks! But this month make certain that it re- fers to something besides a permanent separation. Like saving in a bank. Our bank! First t004ational Bank Federd Depo Inmrmee Incre= to $20,000 PHONE 792-3216 MOUNT I'UIASKI, ILLINOIS