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i &apos;/ ii Mount Pulaski Times-News 58 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, F-BRUARY 23, 1961 No-ER  Doubles SIL.TENNIAL BELLES "FAMILY FUN" WAS Opens Doubles bowling with 150 couples signed-up, got- at the Hilltop Bowl afternoon. The tourney, is a handicap affair with will run Friday afternoon Saturday afternoon and even- as well as Sunday afternoon may still sign up any- before the tourney closes if can find an open hour to Doubles is a new inno- in bowling with a man a woman bqwler forming a The woman rolls the first i and the man the second, if! fails to get a strike. Where has been tried it has proven ) be a lot of fun. RED PIN BOWLIIqG Red Pin Bowling will be started of next week at the Bowl, in the afternoons Well as Saturday afternoon night. Pin bowling has proven popular in the past, when was used during the sum- two days a week. The Bowl is going to try out it every afternoon but Sun- and if it proves popular be continued. CLUB TO BUS TRIP FLOWER SHOW The ML Pulaski Garden Club Planned a bus trip to the and Flower Show in Chi- for Thursday, March 16. show is at the fabulous McCormick Place on the lake at23d street. price of the trip, including fare and admission ticket, .75. This amount must be in hands of either Miss Marie or Mrs. A. J. Lyons, by. 4. The bus accommodates and already 26 their intent to go. get Your money and reserva- in as soon as possible. information will follow. CONTFA00ANTS IN DISTRICT of the Mount Pulaski high Students, who were entries District Speech Contest at . high school Saturday, , eligible to enter the Section- '-peech Contest to be held art nphier high school in Spring- Le ori Saturday, March lith. e winning entries were: Lin-  nature, who placed first in an 4u'Ut r dinner speech"; Blaise De. L '  in an "original o.r- Ln"; Bonne Prather, tlird, m ,cOmical play reading', ana ]naron Wachter, third, in ,'prose reading., Man In Car Accident Everett Faith, 42, of the Lath- KITCHEN BAND NOW HAS 50 MEMBERS The Sil-Tennial Belles held their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at the library with 18 members present. Mrs. Tom Havener, St., report- ed that the Kitchen Band has 30 i members and it's organization meeting will be held on Monday evening at the library with all Belles welcome. The next meeting will be held Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m. New members of the Sil.Ten- nial Belles are: Jean Wilson, A1- vina Roos, Ruth Rohrer, Mildred Wilham, Lillian Auer, Murrel Boyden, Lois Ann Scroggins, Mrs. Harry Duncan, Teanie Ridgeway, Erna Phillips, Margaret Bohn, ,Iartha Braun, Koneta Miller, Pauline Bertoni, Gladys Hatfield, Doris Diez, Margaret Lanterman, Hazel Holmes, Reva Holmes, Iris Voelker, Ruth McVey, Mable Pduett, Anna Neumeyer. There are more than 315 Sil- Tennial Belles. Join now!- Orgmammcm Meeting The Sil-Tennial Belles' Kitchen Ban'd will hold an organization meetting, Monday, February 27, 7:30 p.m., in the library. It is hoped that a large num- ber of the Belles will attend this meeting, as time and place for rehearsals will have to be decid- ed. The Kitchen Band will play an important part in the Sil.Tennial celebration as they will make tours to other cities, entertaining wherever they go, for the pur- pose of advertising the big event which will be held July 22.29. Even though you haven't been contacted feel free to come and participate. The more members in the band, the better the music will be. Heart Fund Drive Sh00l Continues We have cause to be grateful that so much has been accom- plished in the past 10 years, and we can be hopeful that our Heart Fund Dollars will accomplish even more in the next I0 years. Many are enjoying active lives because of the generosity of the people of this and other communities. Be sure to put your contribu- tions in the envelope provided and get it in the mail soon so your dollars can be counted, too. You may leave your contribution at the First National Bank with John D. Biesemeier, the Heart Fund treasurer, if you find that more convenient. Mrs. A. J. Lyons and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth are chairmen of the drive, which is sponsored by the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club. Please don't forget to drop your change in the Plastic Hearts to be found is business houses in Mt- Pulaski. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB DANCE, FEB. 25 The Mount Pulaski Jr. Woman's are community, had a narrow es- Club is sponsoring a dance to be (tpe from fat] inturies Friday held at the Ballroom of the St. night.during ge hea fog that Nicholas Hotel in Springfield on aade drivin ppv hazard- Saturday', Feb. 25, from 9 to 12 s. p.m. Music will be fummneu Mr. Faith was driving west on Charles Rogers and his o rches .oute 121 when his car missed tra. Admission will be e curve Just-'ti side of the person..Tickets are available from narita elevator, smashing in a any Jr.'Woman's Club member, or ti uvA before he could regain may be purchased at the d_r. I , .pavemenL The car was head-[ Proceeds from the ham_ticKets Oaek east when it came to a lwill be donated to the Sll-Ten" hh Faith was able to walk to nial Fund. ", home of Loren Ayers near the [ Members should turn both the j tot and was brought to Mt. ldancve and the ham ticl<ets m :u, then taken in the Schahl [ Mrs. Paul Fuhrer by Thursoay oulanco to Decatur . Macon [ of this week. tty hospital ] The ham award will be mane se  some head and] at the dance on Saturday even- InIm. [ing. A T00UTE TO MOUNT PULASKI What magic power does this town possess? What makes it better than all the rest? Why does leaving it, fill your heart with pain, And make you lonely 'til you return again? Sure, it's a pretty town, all nice and clean, Standing on a hill  majestic and serene It has houses and streets and a village square, It's magic you ask -- why, the people there! They give of themselves, and ask naught in return, "I am my brother's keeper" is the lesson they did learn. And, so they love each other and live from day to day Helping those less fortunate that they meet along the way. You ask me its magic -- why it's lasted so long, One hundred twenty-five years and seventeen hundred strong? It's the people  how I love them  this beloved family That live in my home-town of Mount Pulaski. May they never lose that magic, nor on love close fast the door, For with love to live by, it will last a hundred more. Marie Zebrun. 'OWNSHIP ELECTIONS DEVELOP SEVERAL CONTESTS FOR OFFICE Aetna Township To Vote on Sale of Beer, April 4th Township elections in this area have developed some contests in the past couple of weeks and on  Tuesday, April 4th, promises to bring out a good-sized vote. Aetna township will have a contest for supervisor: Dwain Marten, Republican, seeking to unseat veteran Harry lVL Ran- dolph, Denlocrat. Wilbur Maus, for assessor and Avoldt Ulrich for town clerk, both Republicans, are unopposed. There is another contest in the township with Robert Myers, St., and Emanuel Hunter, Republicans, and Alvin Rentschler, Democrat, seeking two vacancies for auditor. Prohibiti Baflot Aetna township in which Chest- nut is located will have a redhot issue facing voters on April 4th, when they vote on a special bal- lot entitled, "Shall the prohibi- tion of the sale at retail of beer containing not more than 4% alcohol by weight be continued in Aetna Township?" The township was voted dry several years ago and this is the first time the issue has been brought up since. Laenna Tcnmship Ccmtt A three-way contest in Laenna township for assessor has devel- oped since the Republican and Democrat caucuses were held. Robert W. Jones, Democrat, and Guy O. Hathorn, Republican, cau- cuses nominees for assessor, will be opposed by Floyd Buckley, who is a write-in candidate. Six candidates for three audi- tor offices show Democrats Vin- cent Sheehan, Robert L. Howe, a*nd Ida A. Maske, opposed by Re. publicans, Grace Chloe Hoaglin, Shirley L. Rager and Evelyn B. Murray. Iona I. Fefeld t is unop- posed for cemeterY trustee. Mount Pulaski Coatt The main contest in Mount Pulaski township will be for the office of supervisor with Tommie Havener, Sr.,Republlcan, seek- ing to unseat veteran supervisor, Thos. A. Gupton, Sr., Democrat. The only other contests are for auditor offices. Three Democrats, J. H. Stuart, Howard J. Scroggin md R. S. Keck, contesting with three Republicans, Raymond Gee, John W. Martin and Paul IL Moore. Dale Fuhrer, Democrat, town clerk, and Charles L. (Roy) Ayl- esworth, Sr., Republican assessor, are unopposed. Julce of the Peace The election of a Justice of the Peace for District No. 3, will also be held on April 4th. Francis Myrick, Republican, will be opposed by George Wol. cott, DemocraL The District No. 3 comprises the townships of Lake Fork, Laenna, Mount Pulaski, Elkhart and Hurlbut= .Need Sleeping Rooms r-or 40 Band Members A call is being made to the community to furnish sleeping accommodations and a breakfast for about 40 youngsters on the night of Tuesday, April 18. Lea Wemtz, former director of bands in the Mount Pulaski schools, who has been at Freeport since leaving here, is bringing his 80-piece grad* school band here for a night concert. His band according to reports, is on a par with most high school bands, and his youngsters will give music lovers a fine evening of music Claus Tanner, present director of the Mount Pulaski school band states that only room enough for 45 has been arranged for at the present time. We know there are enough folks in the community wJo will cooperate in this and see that sufficient rooms are sup- plied. Please call the Times-News as to how many you can accom- modate. LEGISLATIVE DINNER AT DECATUR OPEN TO LOCAL PEOPLE A Legislative Dinner is to be held at the Decatur Club In De- catur on Friday evening, March 3 at 6:30 for members of the var- ious Chamber of Commerce clubs in the area. Senator Robert W. McCarthy and Representatives John W. AI- sup, Herman Dammermann and Hilmer LandholL have listed the meeting tentatively in their date books. These legislative meetings have proven very helpful and informa- five in the past and local mem. bers and friends are urged to make arrangements to attend. The school situation will be dis- cussed along with other perti- nent issues. FUN AT FEBRUARY P-TA MEETING The PTA of the Mount lJ Consolidated Grade School, its regular meeting on evening, Feb. 21, at the school gym, featuring a "Fam Fun" night. The flag was presented by CUb Scouts Richie Schroth, Stuart Erlenbush, Bobble Dittus and Donnie Vandevender, who also led the pledge. Rev. Muir Ls'd the group in prayer. The business meeting was h3 charge of the president Mrs. Emo mitt Shellhammer. Mrs. Wtlfofd ' Reeves, vice president, read th minutes in the absence of the retarY, Mrs. Sheldon The treasurer's report showed balance of $388.16. A Thank You Note was read from John for the gift presented to him the previous meeting. Mr. Kafka, school gave a talk on the school tion and proposed changes. Miss Norma Stoll's 4B won the attendance prize. After the business meeting, Muir was in charge of were won by Debra hammer, Van Savage, Rt Schroth, Cindy Mann. Tho and Swap" game was by all. Refreshments were served oom mothers of 3A and 3B. SnO'rHEBS OF THE SRUSH TO MEET TUESDAY, F'EL 28 The Brothers of the Brush hold their second meeting, Tuesday, February 7:30 p.m. in the high school This is a very important ing as it is the deadline for coming a member of the of the Brush. They are hoping ' get a large membership. Men over 21 may Join. are $1.25. Shaving permits $250. , CORNLAND COUPLE MARRIED 55 Y]EABS Mr. and Mrs. William I. man, well know and residents of Cornland, their 55th wedding annivenlal at the home, Monday, Feb. 20. They were married in field, Ill., Feb. 20, 1906, and ha lived in the Cornland commun- ity all of their married life. Mrs. Guseman's parents Charles and Mary sharer parents were Mr. and Mrs. ! Guscman. They have retired active farming ..... Be sure to see the 1961 of the oldtime Nickelodeon attending the Sil-Termlal bration. This is sponsored the Rotary Club. You'll get lot of laughs out of it= i SUBSCRIPTION OF TO BE INCREASED Effective this coming Times-News will increase mbscription rate one cent or from $2.50 a applies to all subscriptions March 1st and thereafter. ........... This is the first increase has been made in rates for 20 years. Despite fact that costs of everything neeted with newspaper tion have increased almost we have put off the day as long as possible. We tried to meet these increased in various days, but it has ed a point where rates must help bear their tionate share., We will appreciate Contact H. J. Wlble, secretary, ued cooperation and assure as soon as possible for reserva, of a newspaper that is tion Wives are invited to attend, six cents a week.