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--TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL IlL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1961 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, llllnota and entered as second matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress oll March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE F.dltor add Publisher Terms of SpUo: Months ........................... 75c Months ......................... : ....... $150 Year .................................... $3.00 OCTOBER 1961 M T W t F S 1 234-567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 2526 2728 29 30 31 - - - :- 4m  o dll I an o e, NEWS and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler dinner guests on Sunday, in of his cousin, Miss Kate and her niece, Miss McNattin. 'Mr. and Mrs. Phi/lip Clark and Christy Dawn, of Aspen, who had been visiting in N.Y., with his mother, Virginia Clark, came to Mr. recently to visit her par. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waish. Clark has returned to Colo- but his wife and the baby remain here for about two more. and Mrs. Paul Hubbard and Miss Susanand John, of o visited recently with brother Harold Hubbard and !. Several Past Oracles of the ,a Neighbors Lodge went to on Thursday, Sept. 28, had dinner at The Tropics. Marie Van Hook and dau- Miss Mildred, and Mrs. d the latter of Decatur, week end in Indianapol- i Indiana. iMe. and Mrs. Harry Carnahan Hartsburg, visited in the city with her son and daugh- WeIdon Bowles, and Mrs. Dal- Stratton and their families. :*Ln Lincoln, recently, Mr. and Dammerman served  dinner to the following from Mount Pulaski: Dammerman, Mr. and Edward Stahl and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and son Edward. Downing, Akron, Ohio, from Sunday to Tuesday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Downing. He also called on relatives. and Mrs. Glenn Harrison Colo., came back to recently and visited with Mrs. Anna Voile and in Latham, and, Mrs. Kel- Anderson and family in Pulaski. Robert Smith, Miss Lois and Miss Mary K. Cor- Iowa, arrived in Pulaski last Friday even. until Sunday with former's grandmother, Mr& Patterson. They all made to Springfield Saturday to historic places. Mxs. A. F. Schlitz of were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman, and Mrs. E. A. Downing re- recently from a vacation Honolulu and other places in the Hawaiian Is- The Merriman's also spent days in Wisconsin and They were gone more five weeks. : and Mrs. G. F. Wait visit- Streator from Friday to r with their son, Dr. Edwin and family. Sunday their them to Rock Island to a family reunion of Dr. folks. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Maxheimer Mich., arived in Lincoln to visit her father, John and sisters, Mrs. and Mrs. Don Bowles then came to Mount Pulaski until with Mrs. and PROCLAMATION ................................... WHEREAS, October llth is pro- claimed Nationally as Count Pulaski Day, and; WHEREAS, it marks the 182nd anniversary of Count Pulaski's death, and; WHEREAS, the city of Mount Pulaski, Illinois was named in honor of Count Casimir Pulaski, a Polish Nobleman who gave his life in defense of our country during the Revolutionary War, and; WHEREAS, the city of Mount Pulaski, llilnois is observing the 125th anniversary of its founding during 1961; Now, therefore, I, Elmer Schaffenacker, Mayor of the City of Mount Pulaski, Illinois, do hereby proclaim, Wednesday, Oct. llth, as a day of special signifi- anco to the citizens of Mount Pul- aski, and urge them to commem- orate it by displaying the Ameri- can Flag and by participating in any community activity that may be held. Elmer Schaffenacker, Mayor. Mrs. Oscar Auer. The latter lives between Mt. Pulaski and Latham and she gave a family dinner for them on Monday evening. Due to teachers institute there will be no school Friday, Oct. 6 !or Monday, Oct. 9, at the local schools. However, Zion Lutheran will have school on Monday, but will also be dismissesd for Dis- trict Teachers' Conference in De- catur, Oct. 12 and 13th. I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ford, Spring- [ field and Mrs. Anna Gieseke of[ Elkhart, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Horn. J Scott' Funkhonser, Springfield was a visitor at the home of his] cousin, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth this past week. J Sunday visitors in the home of I Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth were, I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon VanHookJ and four children, and Mrs. Grace I VanHook, all of Decatur. Ray Deibert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deibert, and Blaise DeMuth, son of Mr. and Mrs. James DeMuth, spent the week- end with their parents. They are freshmen at Eastern Illinois Un- iversity in Charleston. Dr. C. E. Hildreth made a bus- iness trip to Mattoon Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes spent the weekend in Mt. Vernon with his brother, William Haynes and wife. He is a surgical patient in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Mt Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, Sr., who spent two months in Canada with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheets, returned home Tuesday night. Harry Wayne Miiner, in the Air Force and stationed at Tokyo, i Japan, is home on a furlough, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milner and other relativ- es. He flew back to the U.S. re- cently to participate in a soft- ball tourney in Florida for the world's championship of the air forces. His team was eliminated when they lost two games, 3-2 and I0-3. ii LEGION AUXILIARY APPOINTS CHAIRMEN FOR COMING SEASON The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Oct. 2, in the Legiorl Home with a good at- tendanee. Mrs. Frank Hutchison presided. She appointed the following chair- men for the new year: Auxiliary Loan Fund: Mrs. John Kerschner. Gold Star Mothers: Mrs. Ellis Downing. Americanism: Mrs. Paul Gruber Legislation: Mrs. Oswald Brook- er. Liasion: Mrs. Herman Wood. National Security: Mrs. Walter Baker. Pan-American Study: Mrs. Karl Dittus. Revision: Mrs. Elmer Schaffe- nacker. AUDREY JEFFERS r DISTRICT DISTRIBUTOR announces SARAH JACKSON 307 S. WASHINGTON MT. PULASKI, ILL. As Sales Ceasultmat for Luzi MAKER OF FINE COSMETICS, PERFUMES AND GIFTS FOR PERSONAL SELECTION CALL 2-3357 What's Planavac? A new l&a In -urlty! Your f,%', need, ,re as iudividuel 8, your flnrl)rinu. But Phnavsc, by means of elecnic snab hell: you tske the $umwork out of future  F'md the key to e&qum fmtly protection...md to&y for a Plmavm  lnfonnatim can]. Call or wrlto your  zeprmcutafiva Kenneflt W. Johnson MOUNT 41, entertainment. A luncheon card party was planned to be held Wednesday, It was announced that tl Nov. 15th. trict Director, Mrs. Ella Mac  t,rov Mrs. Orville Martin, Mrs. Elm- of Washburn, will attend [.,, er Durchholz, Mrs. Elmer Schaffe- vember. Chestnut and Mt. rw !nacker and Mrs. Frank Talmage Units will combine meet ings  were appointed on the lunchl Mrs. Crank at the committee, and Mrs. Ellis Down-I entertain inK, Mrs. Herman Wood, Mrs. ] gion Home in Mt. Pulaski. Grace Buckles and Mrs. Edward ! Lunch was served by M_:,al. Froschauer are the committee for Gruber and Mrs. Ellis Do. Executor's Public Auction Sale ESTATE OF JEANETTE F. BROWN, DEC'D. MODERN TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE AND BRICK GARAGE AT 524 NORTH McLEAN STREET, LINCOLN. ILLINOIS Undersigned Executor of the Will of Jecmette F. Deceased. will sell at public auction on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1961 at 1:00 o'clock P.M., D.S.T. at the frcut door of the house on said pamises. House open for inspection on Oct. 7th from 3:00 to 6:00 P.M., on Oct. 8th from 2:00 to 5:00 P.M., and on Oct. from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M., or by appointment wRh undersigned For terms and other details as to sale, inquize of under- sigued or Robert R. Humphrey, Attorney, Lincoln, Ill. VIOLA H. RICHERT, ExecutOr of the Will of J F. Brown, Dec:eas Telephone No. T32.165 00c.,0o MACKEY'S MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS BOYS" Flannel Shirts Sizes Sizes 3-8 8-16 66 88 ,I'UUP BULBS Assorted Colors 12.57 LADIES' NEW FALL PURSES $1.00 to $2.98 HaUowe'en Pean Butter KISSES 39c lb. RED CLAY FLOWER POTS AFRICAN VIOLET POTS ASSORTED SIZES 5c- I0 LADIES BLOUSES Sizes 10- 18 57 2 - $1. STOVE MATS 19c to 89 ASSORTED SIZES... CHILDREN'S & I.ADIS SWEATERS $2.98 Hallowe'en COSTUMES MASKS - DECORATION5 CANDY Christmas Cards Big $1.00 Value 77 FARM CREDIT o Your Most Important Production Tool ! Each year, larger farms and expanded operations make the need for farm credi t greater than ever. Used wisely and guarded jealously, it can be the source of increased profits. Stop in and talk over your requirements. Our business is to be useful and we want to help if we can. We Pay 3% on Savings Accoun400 fiRST NATIONAL BANK RUno