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LIBRARY WEEK TO VED HERE APR. 18-24 NS Late H. J. Wib]e is now with Soon pass. few weeks have been preparations this particu- in the religious lfo community. Easter Day marks of the greatest ever known- but - reaching event ever been the privi- mankind to be so blest. the triumph of Christ gives mankind faith that has through the ages. its many with their been, and is, the world's courage to things. of Easter brings rejoicing- rejoices that the have that is drabld d that we don new which to keep in nature; toGod on :for the com- us. in array- finery and can adorn herself folks and the color- to outdo Mother vain. season has toll on the t the girh must have and a new reason will be a sock" holds out, to sport a new in the Easter "You have a Right to Read- Don't Blow It!" This is the slogan for National Library Week in Illinois, a week during which people working for libraries strive to inform fellow citizens of the library services and re- sources available. The "Right to Read" in the slogan is borrowed from the U. S. Office of Educa- tion's Right to Read program for the 1970's which has as its target the elimination of illiteracy by 1980. As its primary focus, the program is concentrating on teaching children and millions of illiterate and semi-literate adults in our nation to read. However, the program is broader in scope than just help ing people to learn to read; it is also aimed at making reading materials available, and in this regard, libraries have a vital role to play. Ideally, every horary would have resources on a wide range of subject matter and on all levels of reading kJlL How- ever, not every library can reach this goal so libraries work to- gether to provide their reading public with those materials need- ed and desired. In a sense, library cooperation programs make millions of books available on request through li- brary systems. Mount Pulaski Townslup Library belongs to the Rolling Prairie Libraries System. During National Library Week, April 18 - 24, Mount Pul- aski Township Library urges all citizens to make use of their right to know - or, in the words of the National Library Week Committee, "You have a Right to Read - Don't Blow It!" The Mt. Pulaski Library is open from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, and from 10 aan. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays. It is closed Fridays. During National Library Week, it is celebrating with open house every afternoon from 3 to 5:00 p.m., with refreshments being served in the library by ladies of the following clubs which meet in the downstairs club room: Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club, Mt. Pulaski Junior Wo- man's Club, Mt. Pulaski Library Club, Mt. Pulaski Garden Club and the Former President's Club of the Senior Woman's Club. .doetn't 'mind too dtman't appeal  April 7 does enjoy Servie Samnlay folks all thrifled L themselves and reflec- detail them to IQok of the competi- Easter season the human churches with ntic and hearten- ' refrething time in mankind. md the Glory", be present- I at 7:30 Christian Communion the pro- a fellowship following in Everyone Jomphine Kaunmnn Mrs. Josephine Baumann, 83, of Mt. Pulaski passed away at 2:25 p.m. Wednesday, April 7 at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Baumann was born No- vember 5, 1887 in Beatrice, Ne- braska, a daughter of Fred and Josephine Bermon Baclfle. She was married to Carl Baumarm in Beatrice, Nebraska on December 4, 190+/ and he preceded her m death. She is survived by two sons, Wilhelm of Mt. Pulaski and Glenn of Aurora. There are three grand- children and four great-grand- children. Mrs. Baumann was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, the Ladies Aid and the Sewing Circle. Visitation will be from 4 t 9 p.m. Friday evening at the Schahl Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 10, at the Schahl Funeral Home with the Rev. Martin H. Rothe offi- ciating. Burial will be in ML Pul- add Cemetery. on Help make the Times-News a bR more interesting by send-, ing in your news. |, VOL. 68 MRS PAUL SIMON GUEST SPEAKER AT W.C. LUNCHEON Mrs. Paul Simon, wife of llli- nob' 32nd lieutenant gover, or, ks been secured by Mrs. Fred Frnehtich, Chairman of Depart. ment of Opportunities for Women - Public Affairs, to speak at the April Woman's Club lunch- eon. Mrs. Simon will tell of woman's role in public affairs. All women should have a part in community affairs as leaders of youth groups and as members of adult groupsassuming leadership responsibilities as the opportuni- ty presents itself. The Spring Luncheon will be held Friday, April 16th at 12:30 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Simon, as graduate of New Trier High School in Win- netka, receded a bachelor of arts degree from Barat College at Lake Forest and a doctor of law degree from Northwestern Uni- versity. She was admitted to the (Continued on page 2) I i i THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971 NO. 38 MUSICIANS WIN 18 FIRSTS IN MUSIC CONTEST LAST SATURDAY gaseer Sunrise Services Sunday at Grade School The annual Easter Sunrise Service will be held at the Grade School gynmaum Easter morn- hag at 6:30 a.m. A Brass Ensemble of young people will play under the direc- tion of Claus Tanner. The Chris- tian Church choir will provide special music. The Rev. Dean Follis will.g/ve the invocation; the Rev. Ray O. Zumstein will read the scripture lesson. Rev. Harold Eye wfl] give the message and Rev. Ken Idle- man will give the benediction. The public is cordially invited to this early service sponsored oy the Copeland and Mt. Pulaski Christian Churches, the United Methodist Church and the St. John's Lutheran Church. 12W T'zs'rAMmI00 TO BE DISTRIBUTED SUNDAY AFTERNOON The churches of the commun- ity will distribute the new trans. lation of the New Testament called Good News For Modem Man on Sunday, April 18, be- tween the hours of 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. It is the aim and expectation of the churches in the Mt. Pub aski, Lake Fork, Cornland, Cope- land and Chestuut communities to visit every home. If your home is missed, call your pastor. May the coming of this holy day renew your faith and lift your heart as you worship in your church this Easter Sunday. Mt. Pulaski Hig School Band members traveled to Jackson. vilie, Illinois Saturday, April 3 for Class C Solo and Eraruble Music Contest. Some 27 schools were represented competing for honors. Out of 28 entries Mt. Pulaski received 18 f'trst place, 8 second place, and 2 third place ratings. First place ratings went to: Jack Gasaway(Drum solo); Brian Cowgur (French Horn solo); Randy Cowan (Tuba solo); Karen Stoll (Tenor Sax tolo); Pete Molt (Drum solo); Jtdiu Stoll (Trombone solo); Sumn Webb (Clarinet solo); C Quartet (Lynnet Blatun, Sumn Anderson, Peggy Allmpp, Diane Wilham); Drum Duet 0se Molt, Jack Gasaway); Woodwind Trio (Sandra Lewi Carla Staid, Pant McKinley); Drum Quartet (l Froehlich, Gale Sheehan, Jeff Ayers, Kevin Gaultney); Clarinet Quartet 0daryann Horn, Ms IN Ann VanHook, Theresa Woff, Susan Webb); Brus Sextet (Henry StolL Mark Gerordot, Brian Cowgur, Julian StolL Randy Cowan, David Stoll); Carla Stahl (oboe solo); Clarinet Trio (Debbie Giflum, Theresa Lee, Marilyn Stoll); Flute Trio N0Vlenaary Hanun, Pare McKinley, Skaf); Sax Quartet (Gay Pope, Dale Schaffenacher, Karen Stoll, Maureen Howe); Mixed Canlarmet Quartet (Maryann Horn, e Talmage, Hope Smith, Patty Lewis). Those receiving second place are: Susan Faith (Bassoon solo); Mary Harem (Flute solo); Dale Schaffenacher (Alto Sax solo); Sandra Lewis (Clarinet solo); Terrie Wolf (Clarinet solo); Vo- cal Duet (Robin Rowland, Pete Molt); Clarinet Trio (Karen Horn, Vickie Duhs, Gay Barry); Flute Trio (See Ann Cline, Mary McVey, Linda Jackson). Third place ratings were Robin Rowland (Vocal solo) and Hope Smith (Alto Clarinet solo). Accomparts were: Mrs. Ray Zumstein, Mrs. Ed Stahl, Gay Pope, Jane Talmage, Karen Buckles, Monica Veech, Debbie Drake and Robin Rowland. [.tater Egg HtHrt This Saturday On Courthouse Lewn All ire-school children, Kin- dergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th graders are invited to attend the annual Easter Egg Hunt to be held on the Courthouse lawn in Mount Pulasid be$inning at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 10. Cash awards will be given to the children who find the special. ly marked eggs. The eggs and pnzes are fur- nished by the Chamber of Com- merce which sponsors this event. Panmr Deadt Skow Remember . Canoer lleflt Show. Friday evening - Almli 16 Grade SchcJ'd Cvm