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New Radio Station-- Continuea rrn page 1l armed forces radio WUTA in New Guinea and WUTE in the Phil- lippines during World War If; and Kenn Lisle, formerly of WBEZ, board of education sta- tion, Chicago, and army airborne artilleryman, will be the an- nmmcers as well as Miss Mary Latta of Chicago, formerly of ' WCNT, Centralia, Miss Latin, women's directo'r "i the Station, is a graduate of Steverm" allege, Columbia, Mo., and is a member of Alpha Epsi- lon Rho sorority. Saunders Devine, of Lincoln, who has returned from New York City, where he studied zoice, is sales manager. He is a navy veteran. Don Thompson of Bloomington, is chief engineer and Keith Ma- son of Armington is the engineer. Both are veterans of World War It. Other corporation officers be. sides Knochel, are: Dr. Lee N. Harem, vice.president, and John H. Deal, secretary.treasurer, both of Lincoln. The broadcasting station, mod- ern studio and a 210 foot tower, have been erected on US 66 beltline between the hard road and Stringer Avenue. ORVILLE 00NS' GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Orville Huffman Of Waverly, formerly of Mount Pulaski community, observed the Gklen Wedding Anniversary of .elr,mandage, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1. There was no celebration qJf :the event due to the illness of Mlm. Huffman. A number of years ago they ,mm, vd from their farm near Salt (mk, north of Mount Pulaski, to a place in Loami vicinity and : thrt years ago they located in Wavm'ly. They retired from the t chores because of failing . They are the parents of the =:: followtTtg six children: Mrs. AI. da Curby, Pawnee; Mrs. Coy Crouch, Modesto; Wayne Huff- man, Lowden; Willis Huffman, MI. Otto Taylor and Miss Gert- rud Huffman, all of Waverly. Mrs. Huffman observed her ",\\;'/6th birthday Monday, Feb. 19. I:00M' Grathwohl Dies-- :  Cotinued from page 1) GIIthwohl was a member of the Zlmt Lutheran church in Mount ;lP.aski. :00ll00RC 1370 AIRIE RADIO CORP. E. Downmg Jeweler PULASKI, ILLINOIS THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Surviving are his wife, one son, Arthur, of Decatur; threelDefe daughters, Mrs. Reuben Horn, east of Mount Pulaski; and, Ro- milda and Lucille Grathwohl, at home; 10 grandchildren and six great - grandchildren; and two brothers, Fred, of Mihvaukee, Wise., and George, of Mount Pu- laski. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Mrs. Ben F. Holmes of Mount Pulaski. The body was removed from the hospital to the Schahl funer- al home, remaining there until the hour of the services. Funeral services were held in the Mount Pulaski Zion Luther- an church at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, conducted by the pastor Rev. Albert G. Hoffmann. Two hymns, "Be Still My Soul" and "Heaven Is My Home," were sung by Wilbur E. Stoll, with organ accompaniment by Mrs. Emily Feuerbacher. Burial was in the Mount Pu- laski cemetery. Pallbearers were all grandsons: Charles, Kenneth, and Robert Holmes. Robert and Norman Horn, and Harold Grath- wohl, the latter of Decatur. WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Atlanta Again Pulaski's Hilltoppers had little difficulty winning their first game of the regional at Williams ville Monday night, defeating Atlanta 71 to 34. This was the fourth defeat the Hilltoppers has administered to Atlanta this sea- son. Pulaski built up a 36-15 lead at the half and the reserves went in and kept the ball rolling to run the count to 48-22, and they saw action in the next quarter, too, before Coach Jones put the regulars back in so they might get the "feel of the floor." Dittus, who played only a por- tion of the game racked up 24 points and Hahn 15. Every mem- ber of the squad scored at least one point. Mount Pulaski FG FT TP Dittus f ........................ 10 4 24 Veech f ............................ 0 3 3 Ey f .................................... 2 1 5 W. Brown f .................... 3 0 6 ;Hahn c ............................ 6 3 15 Armstrong g .................... 2 3 7 Mason g ............................ 1 0 2 Richner g-e .................... 3 0 6 J. Brown g ...................... 0 1 1 Rumor g ............................ 1 0 2 MARKED ON FEB. 23 Friday, Feb. 23, marked the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. 1 Totals 28 15 71 and Mrs. Oscar Henrichsmeyer and the 41st wedding annivers- Atlanta FG FT TP ary of her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Leesman f ........................ 1 0 2 W. C. Musser, all living south- Ellis f ................................ 0 2 2 west of Mount Pulaski. Harirs f .......................... 1 0 2 The Henrichsmeyer family had Merry f ............................ 1 0 2 as supper guests, her parents, Bateman c ........................ 3 1 7 her brother, Herbert Musser and IBarr c ................................ 0 0 0 family. Rude g ............................ 6 2 14 Young g ............................ 2 1 5 Minstrel Show Monday I aercher g ...................... 1 0 2 (Continued from page I) Totals 14 6 34 I Other Games:. " Members of Cast , Monday night Lincoln whipped Members of the cast are:Abe Williamsville, 58-31. Harvey, Frank Turley, John I Tuesday night Springfield won Romanotto, Roy Beckers Gene from Tri.City, 74-24, and River- Clear, Paul Moore, Wilbur Stoll, I ton defeated Hartsburg, 51-43. Zane Shelton, L. K. Buckles, Harry Wible, Don Lee, Merwyn I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kline and Leckbee. Don Ncaville, Jim Tur-i le" Paul "-'uandt Leon "uandt son of Beason, and Mr. and Mrs. Rler" M er C-arles - los'; James Follis of near Mount PU- _ -- y: , n .... ..Y .' la'ski made an auto trip, Sunday, worth, Dav1Q roenllcn, ;IIL Me " ' Cain, Wendell Brown, Johnny: to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and 1 lieu Christensen. The interlocutor will  s the latters son, Wendell. be none other than Clarence "Snip" Rumor. 00WPRC00 1370x00. Members of the orchestra are: Lois Schaffenacker, piano; Mar- I[. garet Ann Shively and Gordon I-[NCOL Suo00m0000or i00m.=s Romer and Jim Brown, cornets; Ray Riehner, trombone and Jim Romer, drums. THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORP.. THE HIGHEST RESPECT Be assured that we conducf serv- ices with dignity and restraint... that we make arrangements to suit every income. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Phone 235 MRS. PAUL DAHMM IS HOME BUREAU HOSTESS The Chestnut Home Bureau met Wednesday, Feb. 21, with a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Paul Dahmm in Chest- nut vicinity. Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith was assisting hostess. Regrets were received from Mrs. Charles Schmitt, Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. Mabel Albrecht. The major lesson was pre- sented by Mrs. Walter Rich- ner and Mrs. Edward Fetzer, and the minor lesson was giv- en by Mrs. Richard Stoll. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, March 21, at the home of Mrs. Henry W. Neuschafer, with Miss Anna von Thun assist- ing. WORDS OF APPRECIATION A number of friends have asked for the address of Roll C. Beidler, ill for several mon- ths, who is now a patient in the Macon County Home and Hospital, County Farm Road, Decatur, Ill. Both Mr. Beidler and wife greatly appreciate all the kind nesses that have been shown them, and want to express their sincere thanks to the many good friends. GIRL SCOUT TROOP NO. 30 MET WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28 Girl Scout Troop No. 30 met at the Tomlinson Recreation Center Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 28. We enjoyed square dancing to the tunes of "Oh Susanna," "Dive for the Oys- ter" and "Buffalo Boys." We deciled to sell flower seeds and cookies to raise money for our troop. The officers for March are: Marylee Scroggin, president; Linda Lou Burger, vice-presi- dent; Lois Ann Davis, secre- tary and scribe; Shirley Start, treasurer. Lois Ann Davis, Scribe THE WEATHER ! ? This has been a winter of changeable weather conditons, with several snows, rains, ice, and below zero. There ws a change for the better last Fri- day, with a day of sunshine, followed by four more days of high temperature. Wednesday, the last day of February, brought forth a cold rain, and expressions by many of "Spring did not last long." Today, Thursday, March 1, found the sun showing thru and the temperature some- warmer. What can be expect- ed next? ? PAST MATRON'S CLUB HF.LD A DINNF..R FEB. 25 The Mildred M. Barber's past matron's club of the Or- der of Eastern Star held a dinner in Mount Pulaski Sun- day evening, Feb. 25, followed by a social hour at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Myrick. Guests were present from Bement, Maroa, Decatur and Argenta. The group included 12 past matrons and their families. FIRE DEPARTMENT PUTS OUT GRASS FIRE Early Tuesday afternoon the fire department was called to the Mrs. Edward Ryan prop- erty on South Marion street, where a grass and weed fire was seemingly getting out of control. The wired shifted, thus blowing the flames toward the house and under the oil tank Nearby buildings were pro- tected, and no damage was done. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! ! My girls - Joan, Delores, and Elinor, are attending the Na- tional Trade Show in Chicago, March 4 and 5---just in time i to give you the latest in per. manents, haircuts and hair- dresses for Easter. 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