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Mount Pulaski Times-News MOUNT PULASK, L ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. MARCH 16. 1961 oo ORIG!NAL OPERETTA MARCH 24 00even nqures i Be An Evening of Music . . .. ., ram. Comeay At BmDE MARCH 3 or i i l l I z00ruHD00R_ A Woman's World,' 'an or- operetta written by the grade teacher, Mrs. Dan be given at the Mt. I,, SOHdated grade school ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert , 8pg on Friday, March ! Story concerns an electior - President. The operetta m ave all the thrills of Part- a excitement of the Conven- Q ader" Will be plenty of ac- I pense on the stage R h,1 . administration has k ,,vea the World Problems % "  does. .ery is again in the , hands of Mr. Kafka, the z 'Principal. rl .cast is made up of seventh | h.agrade pupils. The _ _ L-xers are as follows: ''rald, Janet Vandevender; 'f,_KLrmc. hey, Mike Kennedy;; k alzo, Jim Berg; Richard k  bott Daniel Rothkell. Rowe of 1199 W. Wood St., De- 28 I catur, became the bride of Robert t o o' Craig Wills, son of Mrs. James] a'Vlr- nxdrztx.,ol Gayford Wills and the late Mr. I V]DJ{[.[ {ROI_IP.q Wills, of Valparaiso, Ind., Fri-I ............ da- March 3 at 7"30 m in De [ There are now 28 Sil.Tennial Y, , p . - . . . catur, at the home of the bride's l Lades, representing various or- i ganizations, and this is the final count, as the deadline was Mar. 10th. n ,t,_._ and familiar songs 'ot the story are "You .ave Heart,,, "Happy Days ., here'll Be Some  ade,', and "Of Thee I Eop The groom attended Valparlso tta is be ..... ._= high school and is employed by Han.,_"' P2.u..lthe Koehler Construction Co., Mr.   , rs. wHour ! Pulaski LI Dan McNabb. I " a00On claus Tan-[BONNIE PRATHER the ,Pany the musical WON 1K IN SPEECH vlh . arge. The public is b.00ine00 m00ting t-7.Ctlon of officers will be ,u at 7:30 P.m. brother, Richard Moore. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Wallace Kenner. in the presence of the immediate families. The bride chose a blue baller- ina length dress. She wore a white veil attached to a small head- band. Her accessories were white and she carried a white Bible. Miss Maxine Scroggin of Mt. Pulaski, was bridesmaid. Paul Moore, twin brother of the bride, who is stationed at Norfolk, Va., was best man. Following the ceremony a din- ner for the wedding party was held at the Colonial Inn in De- GROUPS MARCH =z _--"-- of the Brush will [. _.the "IV Station, Chan- rl, at'lPnngfleld, Tuesday, Mar. L: : Pn to "00ppear on Chan- .Palgn, March 27, and =aEelUent had to becan- [leu ue to a mix un A lar er bn n invi'to appegar .: uon Monday, May 1st l-'4a Would have had at the New At Chesfnuf Paul H. Douglas said been advised by the catur. The bride attended the Mount Pulaski grade school and De- catur schools and is employed at St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur. Miss Bonnie Prather, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Prather and a junior at the Mount Pulas- ki township high school, placed first in the speech contest held in the Lanphier high school, Spring- field, on Saturday. She is now eligible to go to the state contest at Champaign on April 2nd. Bonnie gave the reading, "Solid Gold Cadillac". Mr. Pulaski high school tied for third with several other schools in the event. Macomb won first and Jacksonville took second. Other entries from the local high school were: Linda Harem, Blaise DeMuth and Shar- on Wachter. Vicki Jo Soukup Engagement Told Dr. and Vlrs. V. J. Soukup of Chestnut, anounce the engage- ment of their daughter Vicki Jo to John L. Suter, of Glenview and Evanston, Ill. Miss Soukup attended the Uni- versity of Hlinois in Champaign, where she was a member of Sig- ma Kappa social sorority. She comqleted two years of pre-nurs- ing and is presently in training at Chicago Wesley Memorial Hos- pital. Mr. Surer will graduate in June from the University of Illinois in Accountancy. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fratern- ity. No date has been set for the wedding. EASTER rrCHEN AT ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN C/lUnCH Members of the St. John's Luth- eran Church will hold their an- nual Easter Kitchen in the church basement Saturday, April 1, be. ginning at 10:30 axn. There will be a goodly supply of cakes, pies, cookies, coffee, bread, etc. Members are asked to furnish the necessary food. Place your orders for fat hens, Phone SW 2-5931. Your orders for colored eggs should be made with Mrs Cha F. Phone SW 2-3950. that a new or Office building is for Chenut, Ill. qladys E. Marshall asked to post bids for i Closing date for April 17, 196L facility," Pest. said, "will re- post office and service for our for containing 800 square loading plat- space for maneuvering." fl eeted quarters rental agreement re-year period with Good location area with ade- are important consid- said. be submitted, the to Assistant Estate Manager Main Post Three new Ladies, who were added this past week, are Mrs. G F. Wait, representing the Li- brary Club; Mrs. Pauline Ber- toni, for the Service Mothers of] World War II; and, Mrs. Clyde Febus, for the Lake Fork Corn- infinity. Mrs. Febus will-repre- sent the year 1881. The Ladies should check with Mrs. Floyd Buckles if they are to appear on TV March 21st or, if they would rather appear at a later date. Mrs. Paul E. Beidler would like a description of the dress that each lady plans to wear, and also the year she will represent to be used in the newspaper the week .of April 3, if possible. COUNTY CONVENTION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS The convention of the Logan County Federation of Women's Clubs will he held Friday, March 24 at 2 p.m in the Muldoon Me- morial building, Mt. Pulaski. Mrs Lynn Chestnut of New Holland, county president, will be in charge of the meeting. Hostesses Will include Mrs. Eu- gene Kretzinger, chairman; Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, Mrs. Win. Myrick, LARGE AITD/DANCE AT ANNUAL FATHI00t. DAUGHTER BANQUET More than 100 attended the Brownie, Girl Scout, Father ban- quet held at the St. John's Luth- eran Church basement Saturday evening. The tables were decorated with Girl Scout Emblems and yellow paper roses. The speakers table was centered with yellow candles and a floral arrangement. The girls and their fathers wore Sham.rk name tags, made by each Scout troop. Mrs. Ray Lynch, Neighborhood Chairman, introduced the speak- er, Mrs. Kenneth Fuller of Lin- coln, who led group singing and talked on Girl Scouting. Her dau- ghter Mary, showed slides and told about her trip to the Girl Scout Round.Up in Colorado last year, The leaders and troop commit- tee who assisted were Mrs. Loy Dunn, chairman; Mesdames' Charles Letterly, Ray Lynch, Wade H. Schott, Jr., John Riedle, Herschel Vandevender, David De- Tar, Robert Dittus, Gene Miller, Tom Gupton, Jr., Harold Thornton, James Borgerson, and Kenneth StoI1. Mrs. Wilbur Stoll of this city and Mrs. Robert Burgett of La. tham, two of the leaders were un- ahle to be present. Pictures of the various Scout Groups who attended the banquet are in this week's Pictorial sec. Mrs. Merritt Williams, Mrs. Her- tion of the paper. bert Shellhammer, Mrs. Frank Taimage, Mrs. Ray Richner, the ctmwgow To LAW Junior Women's Club president, S-TA--E-IN-J --" -- -- r ....... and Mrs Elmer SchatenacKe .... " ' " t soo umpy, son of Mr. and Semor Women s Club presden. Mrs. Robert Trumpy, Springfield, SWIMMY.S , [ is a member of the Springfield There's still room for women s [ Senators, who will appear in the beginners in the Friday class from | state cage finals at Champgn 2 to 3 p.m., at the Tomlinson Pool | next Friday. Hm morner is tne Also, room for more men and|former Miss Marian Miller of women Intermediates from 7:30[Motmt Pulaski, and a grandson to 8:30 p.m. Monday. of Mrs. Art Miller. YOUTH PROGRAM FEATURED AT WOMAN S CLUB MEETING FRIDAY Mrs. E. Kre00zinger 1ected Preddent For Coming Year The regular scheduled meeting of the Woman's Club was held at the Muldoon Memorial Build- ing club room Friday afternoon, March 10th. The president, Mrs. !Elmer Schaffenacker, conducted the business meeting which op- ened with the "Pledge of Allegi- ance to the Flag," by the vice. president, Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger of Chestnut. The Devotional was given by Mrs. Clarence Bowers. The hymn of the month was led by music chairman Mrs. Ellis Wood, with Mrs. Leroy K. Buckles, Sr. at the piano. A memoriaI to the late Mrs. Edward O. Mayer was given by Mrs. John T. wning. The afternoon program was in- troduced by Mrs. Fred Froehlieh. A girl's trio from the high school, composed of Bonnie Prath- er, Sue Ingram and Sharon Green sang 'nbling Tumble Weeds" and "Blue Moon," with accomp- anlments by Mr. McNabb. These numbers were greatly enjoyed. The speaker for the afternoon, Mxs. Kenneth Fuller of Lincoln, who was a delegate to the 1960 White House Youth Conference in! Washington, D.C., brought many interesting facts that she had ,earned at the meeting. There were 86 representatives from for- eign countries, with 7,600 Amer- ican representatives. There was an exchange of ideas on problems that concerned all, such as what to do for and with children. The conference was divided into groups of 560 each, with ministers and Rabbi's, as well as social workers addressing the groups Mr Fuller was impressed by a Rabbi's solution to all youth pro- Since this was a youth program, blems, "to get back to the Ten Dan McNabb pzesented, vocal Commandments," with emphasis _ .... l ers and mothers live up to the uaniel Romweu, a promising lstandards and deserve to be hen- young singer from the grade[ored. school, sang, "Climbing Evew[ Mrs F ,,u' woo comnliment Mountain, from the show, "The Sound of Mnslc." Mr. McNabb I ary of the things__being done for !was at the piano. I (Continued on page 11) Mt Pulaski, laflmm And Chesmnt To Go On ANC A New Look in telephone num- bers is coming to Mount Pulaski, Latham and Chestnut dial y$, terns this coming September. will mean a seven digit numb instead of five. This new seven figure whicl known as All Number {ANC), is part of a nation. numbering system designed 'meet the telephone service future. Eventually ANC will used throughout the nation and ,: .i' it is a forerunner for Direct Dk  ance Dialing (DDD), which : be available to us in   ': ' At present other comm. ,'. (1 ities which are on DDD can fl':/ any number on our system but-: we won't be able to do that befa  i: next year. the added numbe wlm They a o folks srstem king distance. ,',- you lwcrlm Ira, re. This system provides mo telephone number to serve our growing as well as providing an em, more accurate method of than two-letter, flv.flgure , terns. There's no problem of h@ to spell exchange names or to pronounce them. We must have ALL CALLING, Sept. 1, 1961, to exact. This will coincide with Sept. Ist issue of our new phone ditory. Your new ber will appear in the new rectory, as for example at Pulaski 793-3456 instead of _ 2-3456; at Latham 674.37 stead of OR 4-3789;, and, nut 796-5234 instead of Actually, your telephone is not changed because the bet 79 for example same dial holes as SW. ly use numbers for the stead of letters. You will to dial local numbers as in the past, dialing only five figures of the are calling. Of course on distance calls you will gin@ ! operator your new FIGURE NUMBER. You can continue to use present stationery and other ed material which shows letter prefix on your if you are planning on new printed material with telephone number on it, be and use your new SEVEN URE NUMBER, and your CODE NUMBER. YOUR AREA CODE IS "217". You do not_, circumstances, dial your own code number from your This is for the convenien people living outside your area, code number 217, to dial you direct. When ,our telephone number to one outside your own area, number 217, be sure and them YOO area code followed Iy your seven telephone number. On or about Sept. 1st, you be mailed a sticker with area code number and your telephone number on it. You place this sticker on the disk in the center of i that it will cover up your  telephone number. >: In the new directory appear an outlined map State of Illinois showing comprising the section AREA CODE N /