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4-.T/MIW-S, Mount PulmkL IlL. TIIURIDAYo NOVEMBER . !1 TIMES-NEWS LETTERBOX Lincoln, Illinois November 1, 1961 Mr. H. J. Wible Mr. Pulaski Times-News Mt Pulaski, Illinois. Dear Mr. Wible: On behalf of theLincolnland Community Concert Association I wish to thank you and the Mt. Pulaski Times-News for your fine support and cooperation during our recent membership drive. The Lincoln and Logan county area will again have a fine ser- ies of concerts this year, begin. with the Belafonte Folk Singers on Nov. 9th. We feel at your assistance in publicity contributed much to the success Of our campaign. Sincerely yours, Delores Ebel " Mrs. Walter Ebel President. 1600 Arthur St. Pekin, Illinois H. J. Wible, Mt Pulaski, Ill. ar Mr. Wible, Enclosed you will find a check our years subscription to the t. Pulaski Times". We really enjoy it, especially the picture aectien. We also want to thank fr mailing us our "Sil-Ten- Edition". We received it in e condition and will cherish it for years to come. We didn't get to come to the Sil-Tennial, but know from all reports that it was a big success. Thanks again. Mr. and Mrs. George Lercher. San Lorenzo, Calif. November, 1961 Mr. Pulaksi Times-News Mr. Pulaski, Illinois Sirs: Enclosed find a money ord- er for three dollars and thirty- three cents ($333) for which I'd like you to mail a copy of The Times.News Souvenir Edltion, to- Mrs. Ralph Martz Roanoke, Indiana I enjoy my copy very much also receiving the paper each Yours turly, Mrs. M. L. Myrlck 16099 Channel St. San Lorenzo, Calif. Tarzana, Calif. Nov. 9, 1961 Friends at the Times-News: Greetings to all of you and will you please change our add. to - 1123 North Fuller Ave. 46, Calif. We are mov. to be closer to Carla's work. We really hate to leave the San Valley, because as the goes, it is a wonderful place live, but the fellow who wrote song, never saw the freeway. We have Just had one of the forest fires in history and ought for a while Monday night might have to load-up the and get out too. We were though, as the fire didn't wishes to all of you, Sincerely, Betty Christensen. 1001 W. 35th Place Los Angeles 7, Calif. I have Just finished reading, udlng the fine print, your !plendid 125th Anniversary Edi- t. I wish to congratulate you its excellence. It is so well and printed and your pic- work is outstanding. In KITCHEN BAND TO PLAY AT DANVILLE 24 ttm 2   e Ctmpee. tskoe place this Id tim International :Amew ,le-lmllj Los Angeles papers---such work as that only appears in special photographic sections. I did en- .y the evenings spent reading I was born in Mt. Pulaski in the house just south of the old Whitney home, knew the Whit- ney's as a .child. Left Mr. Pulaski in 1904. From my family I have a badge in perfect condition, printed on satin ribbon of the Semi-Centennial. Publishing this with all the re- search and pictures certainly was a big projectnsuming weeks and weeks of time. Again, my congratulations and best wishes. Sincerely, Edith W. Beggs. THANKSGIVING DINNER AT LINCOLN STATE SCHOOL Residents of the Lincoln State School in Lincoln, Ill., were serv- ed a turkey dinner, with all of the trimmings on this Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23. Special religiousservices were held for both Protestant and Cath- olic residents. Max Carrell, food service man- ager, and Mrs. Ruth Airman, die- tician, reported that the follow- ing was served: 3,000 pounds of turkey; 3,000 pounds of mashed potatoes; 125 gallons of giblet gravy; 120 gallons of cranberry sauce; dressing made with 500 loaves of bread; 900 pumpkin pies, and bread, butter and coffee. NOV. 26, FOR VETS Kitchen Band members will meet at Hilltop Bowl Sunday, Nov. 26, 12 noon, to go to the Veterans' Hospital in Danville, where they will entertai the veterans. They will make the trip in the Clark Curry bus. Although the Kitchen Band didn't win any of the three prizes awarded at the Talen Show in Feitshans high school, Springfield, Saturday night, they added to the color and zest of the program. Top prize of $25.00 and a chance to appear on Ted Mack's show was awarded to two sisters who were baton twirlers. Second prize of $10.00 went to a young boy accordian player from De- catur; and third prize of $5.00 went to a trio of boys who play- ed electric guitars and drums. NOTE OF THANKS Members of St. Thomas Aquin. as Catholic Church, Mt. Pulaski, and their pastor, the Rev. Edward M. Krewer, wish to thank the many people in this and sur- rounding communities for their attendance and purchases at the first Annual Bazaar and Dinner and Supper in the new parish hall on Saturday, Nov. 18. Your co-operation is very much ap- preciated. i Those outside the congregation :who donated things for sale, de- serve a special thanks. GOOD WILL TOUR TO ASIA WILL BE FEATURED ON "IV An unusually interesting fea- ture on NBC TV, Tuesday, Nov. 28, will show and tell of a Good- will Trip to Asia by a group of doctors, last summer. Dr. N. W. Hoover, a specialist at Mayo Bros. Clinic, known to some local res- idents, was in the party. Their trip was so outstanding that NBC is portraying the trip in a special program. Consult TV programs as to the hot I station, next Tuesday. I George Washington Carve I veloped nearly 300 synt l stances from peanuts. his peanut products included milk, shaving lotion, coffee, les, and soap. From the potatoe he made shoe vinegar, paste and candy. ., , From where I sk.. ] Joe Mah  Clock Watcher Nothing in the world is more discouraging than a guest who doesn't know when to go home especially ff you have to get Up as early as Chub Jackson, our local milkman. Last week, poor Chub and his missus were entertaining a distant cousin from Center City who just wouldn't call it a night. The later it got, the more he talked, and the more un- happy Chub got. But Chub finally found a way to shut him up. Just as his cousin started another Iong tale with, "And.that reminds me of the time .... " Chub jumped right up and said, "Gosh, right[ It/ getting late!" From where I lit people wl have relet xmd oonxldesie$ for other folks' feelings oll4stay their welcome. Om dt my neighbors, for exsmpl& prefers other beverslres to beet. yet when he drops over its never obket If I have a gls of beer while he enJe ILls ed" fee.It's thoushtfalnom Ulm tl that keep frlendshlIm out." Copyright, 1961, UnLled Stmez Bre,r# WAYSIDE FURNITURE HASSOCKS All Sizes & Shapes As Low As $4.95 SMOKING STANDS $2.95 and up SNACK TRAYS & Serving Wagons From $6.95 KIDDIE ROCKERS HOM $s.gs 7-Pc. WATER SETS $2.39 One to a Customer 8-Pc. MILK GLASS SNACK SETS $Z9S Come In And See These And Many More Exciting Chris- mas Gifs Now On Display For Your Selection! 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