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14.--TIMES-NEWS, t  IlL Y,  t, 11 BETTY JO SULLIVAN TO ! different Sil-Tennial LadieS ,.........,,v,,..v ,,r a UAM' WD/h" AN IWED MICHAEL E. JOHNSTON [be on Television on Chan I IsqKigq,,,/lPl J'ILU,J,,I,t-Jt,ttI[ II II t  WWqIVlIJImlR1 IP Ww vtrtmmF [ Mr. and Mrs. Victor Childers,[Champaign. "es MAKES PLANS tar OPERETTA UARCH 24 ,,>.kles Rd. Dc00'a,ur. a., Sil-Tennial Lad, -- ..,,,.v ORIGINAL , =...-! [nounce tim engagement of their/ Brothers of the Brush will lat n,Jattvtattka  [daughter, Betty Jo Sullivan, tolcimsen to appear on TV m  - .... Grade School Music t,M ...... u ..... !.,,.... [Michael E. Johnston, son of Mr. I future. } i:: The American Legion Auxmary ....  I lol[enq;;u s*aLas,A [ and Mrs. John E Johnston of ]   v : met on Monday, March 6, in the Detainment teamrea I r,,a I,, Lincoln I Warrensburg i [ .... | _ C' .... *,P, Legion Home. Mrs. Ellis Downing, T--1...:..! l.m [' .... [ Miss Sullivan ;s a senior atl DOy5 II1 OUgVI,gOL " chairman, conducted the bum- A Av,,ia,Aw,A ,,,,v.u.,. : Mrs. Florence A. Broughton,[Niantic.tIarristown high school.[ Rot. John D. Brysons neW e . " the ' - " ....  " ' .... gion committee n serving at the grade school gym on Fn- Home at Lincoln, Ill. She was ag-[ -- [ Earl D. Schroth, seaman, L .... ::: Stagsupper,..Marcn z.. . - day March24, at8pzn. Thecast ed over 67 years. . [UT qM?KYIhT I rtIl:' 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sc_hl A , : The Auxmary. mace pmns thet ............. ..,f,' ,. ,.tv. of 7th and 8th Florence A. Boughan was born I '"-',**''" '''-'*"' .,  ...... \\;' V'a_shmo" ton St.., Ma, -'- v E. l;eo: inBl:YrmPaorYa fp:tluck grade pupil:'-- be AUwgrll5LolaS3n'comntB:Ild? :ll[AND BROTHERS OF Pulaski, is serving aboard  ( ...... A-ril3 The operetta, which has - To "P, g Y : "lvov.z ' V dock landing ship USS Do i f'__j supper at o p.m., lwonuay, p " ^^ ..........  -,,,,,,,ction takes tween Broadwell ana Mount t DDtJOgl l t ....... : .......  ,,-^.^t. V& 'a.e lv..wl,mm ,_,-cl,an-.wi-h the place of the usual March PulaskL the daughter ot .am-j Six Sil-Tennial Ladies repre- A Marine Corp helicopter 1 [:: polnm_Mrs, licnarctPrgramroscnauerC _ 'asms' - .... P-TA meeting although there v, ull uel and Isamet4 shetlmmYmarrieatugnan'[ sentingtier various organizations in' the Donner recovered the s In Mrs Geor e Meister will be be a. sho bum. hess mee.ng_and J_an. 1, 191: .... located ii [he city, and several Brothers of capsule in which the chimpa i; . g'_ , g ,__. __., rs elecuon oI oncers a .J gau. er J. rougnton. ney _ Ithe Brush, will appear on Tele- "Ham" was sent aloft from I . In cn.arge oz. me xca .u \\;,. There will be many well known Lincoln many years ago. bne was vision Tuesday March 21 at 12"35 Canaveral Fla Jan 31 The Al riom mcnarge oI ames ....... e First Methodist ....  ............... re popular songs m tne operetta, a memoer of th . _ p.m. on the Bernie Johnson Show then returned the chimp and t'mm.'m, were_m.'u .,t p - Members of the high school band, i Church, Order of Eastern mr, Channel 20, Springfield. capsule to smenttsts at bP.U:dxu:r :gSv:ilseunrt,t:h u2dev:he/lec:;gfpoClaan ), )dI:nviaTgntCe/:[1ki ReeAch Mondax mormng March 2, mx Canax eral in serving the chicken to the public on July 22. The Auxiliary will combine efforts with the Legion in i displaying a float in the Sil-Ten- nial parade. !::: Members are cooperating with the state for funds for Radio .Free i Europe. They tossed coins m a pan to "Sink Krushev". It took i ,04 forth of coins to finally sink  h and the money will be sent :to Radio Free Europe. A new American flag is being purchased. arr00DRD CONWm'00ON i:  ST. LOUIS. MISSSOURI Mrs. Floyd Kelly, Home Eco- ' nomics instructor at the Mount ;ilPulaski township high school, , who is serving as president of the Ill]nots Vocational Homemaking Teachers' Association, attended Illinois Vocational Associ- convention in St. Louis, Mo. Wednesday, March 1st, thru March 4. The meeting ws atended by over a thousand directors, eo.ordinators teachers of the I.V.A. Mm. Kelly presided at the IVA sessions and also served on the board of directors of the IVA. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.  were guests of honor at the uet held in the Star Lite Roof Room at the Chase-Park Plaza Hotel. WILL HOLD EASTER KITCHEN SATURDAY, APRIL 1st Members of the St. John's Luth. eran Church have planned to hold annual Easter Kitchen in the basement of the church on Saturday, April 1, to open at 10:30 am. There will be a plentiful sup- ' of cakes, pies, cookies, coffee bread, etc. Members are reminded tO furnish the necessary food. stus. Place your orders for fat hens. Telephone 2-5931. Your orders for colored eggs i should be made with Mrs. Chas.  F. Wagner, Phone 2-3950. .CLKMAN SCUFFLE Ol CT L. K. Buckles, Sr., is chair- of the "scuffle" project. More are needed at the Dan- Hospital. Anyone to help in this kindness call Mrs. Buckles for a A few scraps of material hand might easily become of much.needed scuffles. Ms. Walter Baker and Mrs. Goddard served the lunch. OF LAHE FORK SCHOOL BO Lowfllis Handlin and Mrs. Oglesby have filed peti- for members of the board of of the Lake Fork Corn- Consolidated grade school on Saturday, April 8. other petitions are be- circulated but have not been as yet. Three members are be elected. ,, THANKS To my many good friends and tives I want to express my ikkleere thanks for remembering  with cards, letters, flowers :and gifts on the occasion of my i:,91st birthday anniversary on February 24. I greatly appreciate itheir thoughtfulness. Mrs. Grace McDonald. The public is invited to attend an evening of worthwhile enter- tainment. There will be no ad- mission charge and no social hour. SIL.TENNIAL BELIES CHORUS TO RESUME REHEARSALS The Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus will resume rehearsals Tuesday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the li- brary basement. New Members will be welcomed. More altos are especially need. ed. Since the chorus will be mak- ing an appearance in two weeks, all members should be present for; rehearsals. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Ralph, RFD. 3, Lincoln; one brother, Floyd Boughan of Lincoln; sister, Mrs. Ethel Hoelscher, of Lincoln; one granddaughter and two great- grandchildren. The body was removed to the Fricke Funeral Home in Lincoln, where the Eastern Star conduct- ed a service. Funeral services were held there at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8, in charge of the key. H. Sheldon Pattison. Burial was in tho Union Ceme- tery at Lincoln. Politician: One who makes the big interests his people. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home or FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mr. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY o NIGHT Our Phon Is Atteudmd 24 Hours A Day 7 DaA Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, Illinois __.-- AMBULANCE SERVICE It's Geeing Time for fhaf Annual Spring Tune-up Bring Your Car in Before the Spring Rush starts and have us put it in first class shape. HOLMES GARAGE Work Clothing "LEE" and "TEST" OVERALL and DUNGAREES Big Yank Chambry Shirts ................ $1.98 Test Grey Pants $3.39 Shirt $2.45 Big Yank Khaki Pants $3.98 - Shirts $3.35 Wolverine Work Shoes and Slippers Jung Work Shoes and Slipper DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES "'Follow The Crowds To Douds" MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS -'THIS N EWSPAOEI00 Just taku your children to fke place and at the time given below. Several poses will be taken FREE of charge by an e:pert children's photographer fro WALTZ STUDIOS. All proofs will be shown . . . Select yoae favorite pose for publication and your cbild'n picture will appear in'this newspaper at later date. You may, if you wish, order photographs fro, gifts or keepsakes from the Stadia . . , 114It this is entirely up to you. HERE IS THE TIME AND PLACE Tuesday, March 14 Modern Plumbing & Heating MOUNT PULASKI SEE NEWS STORY FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS