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Mount Pulaski Times-News $8 MOUNT PULASki. T LLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1961 NUMB_ 4- bl Won Solos Ensem mvi00D TO AmNO BANQUET TUESDAY I 19 Top Ratings at District Will RE.ELECTED CLERK lanky"thin A good-sized vote turned out of the St. Louis Uni- for the city election Tuesday, de- will be the prin- spite the fact that there was only MFrHS MUSICIANS MADE BEST at the Athletic one contest. 00A00hlefic Awards, by the Mount Carleton Drake, city clerk, seek-[, .... SHOWING OF ANY SCHOOL TE ing re-election, won again .by.a I rotluck :,upper Club Tuesday, 443 to 125 vote, over eim[ a___ A--,.el will be held at Singley. . [ inursocly, 00pnl LI DOROTHY ATCHISON Church Fellowship With no opposition in other| SkTURDAY at 6:30 p.m. offices, Mayor Elmer SchaiIenack-I A potluck supper will feature three seasons at St. er was re-elected mayor; Harriet athletic awards night at the IN LWA has posted an Bender, city treasurer; Harry Van ,unt Pulaski Cons. grade school record. His team went Hook, police magistrate; and, ext Thursday evening, April 27, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zelle an- the cafeteria. nounce the marriage of his dau- Way to the finals in the Aldermen - Chas. Wagner, 1st this spring. Ward; Glenn Mason, 2nd Ward, John West, coach, will present ghter, Mrs. Dorothy Atchison of noted for his spit- and Emerson Horn, 3rd Ward. the awards to his athletes. 1509 N. 3rd St., Springfield, to heads-up Mayor Ed Spellman was.. re- P-TA members are urged to Walter C. Wisniewski, of Mequon, ttses a balanced offense elected mayor of Lincom m a attend with each family to bring Wisconsin. when the upper- heavy voting contest, winning their own table service and a coy- The double ring ceremony was itself mad a tight over Merle Dixon by 63 votes, ered dish. performed at 10 a:m. Saturday, defense. He stresses A special table will be regerved April 15 in the First Methodist fundamentals, in- for the basketball players and Church in Milwaukee, Wis., the Skills and esprit de PAG00 CHORUS cheerleaders. Hey. Ensworth Reisner officiating. noted for his sharp REHEARSAL MONDAY P-TA members and others inter- The bride wore a street length ested are urged to attend the dress of pink embroidered silk organz designed with scoop anner and the ability The first rehearsal of the meeting even though they can't He is much pageant chorus will be held this come to the supper. As announced neckline and short sleeves. The as a banquet speaker coming Monday night at 7:30, in last month, if officers are not full skirt fell in unpressed pleats. Rogers" type of the grade school. The music room attained by the April meeting of A matching Juliet cap of tiny aade him a big hit at the school will be used. the P-TA, then a vote will be tak- pink flowers held her short veil. and television appear- Mrs. Helen Hoblit of Atlan en as to whether or not to con- She carried a bouquet of several who has had consideraom eta tinue the Parent-Teachers Associ- shades of pink roses. started his coaching i perience in directing pageants ation at the school. Their attendants were Mrs. Lu- after a fine un- Room Mothers for this meeting cille Lester of Springfield, Ill., and basketball career at and theatrical productions, has University. From been engaged to direct the chorUs, are: 3B, Mrs. Jack Rothwell and the groom's brother, Chester Wis- Mrs. Leigh Broughton; 5A, Mrs. niewski, of Milwaukee, Wis. he assisted Pete Singers, male and female, are Everett Streenz, Mrs. John W. Mrs. Lester wore a blue net then Forddy Ander- urged to join the chorus and help Martin; 5B, Mrs. Herschel Hahn over pink taffeta dress and a State. In 1956 to make the pageant a success, and Mrs. Gene Miller. Juliet cap of blue flowers held as head coach at Old-time songs will be featured, her short veil. She carried a bou- quet of white roses. leaving there LaP.flit Junior High A wedding dinner was served rhe top mentor post  SXMKS IS at the Chalet of Alpine Village Broken Io Monday at Mequin, Wis., for the wed- the banquet are NOW Jl. SIMKINS The Latham Junior High ding party and the groom's two Connolley's, Dean's for a limited num- Circuit Judge Leland Simkins was broken into Monday daughters. $2.00. of Mount Pulaski, was officially according to a report to After a short wedding trip seated Monday, April 17, follow- Joe Seanlon, Lincoln, by the prin- through southern Wisconsin and  [ ing his election April 4th. cipal, Clinton Garbs. northern Illinois, the couple will O lt T. BUrrS Elected to fill the vacancy  An investigation was madeby beat home at 11715 N. Ridgeway the unexpired term of the la Deputy Sheriff Ken Zimmer- Ave. 82 West, Mequon, Wis. .c. p National Bank has Frank Bevan, he will serve in mann of Lincoln. He reported that Mr. Kisniewski is employed at the office was ransacked, but the American Appraisal Co. in - real estate trans- both Logan and Ford counties. ? Milwaukee, Wis.  ,m.. includes taking ov- His court reporter will be Leon- nothing of v lue was taken. of c building two doors ard Mack, who had been court re- Rev. and Mrs. John Muir and  on the comer. It also porter at Vandalia for I0 years. SIL.TENNIAL GROUPS sons were week end visitors in me building to the south He succeeded Theresa Malench . oy Lanlholt's'Uphois- who had served for a long penoa TO APPEAR ON TV Chicago, with her parents, Mr. in that capacity. AT DECTR SNDAY and Mrs. Phelps. They were plan- superior were: brass quartet, ning to return home Sunday 00ORT JR. HIGH BAND The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band, evening, but were snowbound. (Continued on page 6) GAVE Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus and several members of the Brothers SOUVENIR YABLE CONCERT TUESDAY of tho B00sh and four re- BOOKS BEING organ0000o.00 in the COMMEMORATE .  Tl'lt, LIONS pRrrr will appear on Television TO SI WTVP, Decatur, Channel   MAYOR PI(U 17. Sunday, April 23, at3 pan. 'E]q)l Of this edition which will The Ladies who _will be on nth 2 TWO llLblgcio] a very intimate fashion ""q,E I A plaque offering congratula- program are, Mrs. :ugene Man , great detail rather than tions on the Sfl-Tennial from the Help Buyers Junior High School Lions Club of District l-E, was representing the Lions Club; Mrs. ated. That is why tho and Mount Pulas- resented to the city at the Mount Loren Holmes, for the Odd Fel- publish a tabloid type a mutual triumph Pulaski Lions Club meeting on lows lodge; Mrs. Ray Lynch, for A number of folks have been chose to the Girl Scouts; Mrs. Meria Bow- somewhat confused over the two souvenir booklet as it will contain advertising material Thursday, April 13th. ers from the Copeland Church. publications that are being print- young musici- The plaque was made and en- Brothers of the Brush appear- ed relativo to the Sil-Tennial congratulatory messages business and professional of an audi- graved by Myron Seal of the Wa- the grade school pella Lions Club and was given ing on the Sunday program, will Celebration year. be Robert (Pic) Shanle, Julian We will attempt to clarify the it will, however, be matter as briefly as possible in ily historicaL fine rendition of to the Mount Pulaski Lions Club Sams, Russell Curtis and Ray order to avoid further confusion. In our letter sent to in a very at a district meeting in March. Letterle. manner. In receiving the plaque for the Mrs. Gayland Green is having area residents we stated that would entitle the donor in turn won city, Mayor Elmer Schaffenac.ker n S= with the geneology of the com- the youngsters and remarked that the Lions cIUD has geystone Cop 11 a book published which deals his name and his wife's munity as well as cons, iderablel a special page as a With a wonderful done a good job of helping pro- tai as well as mote the Sil-Tennial. Culi00a ns Named history. It is entitled, And She bet f the Sil'TenniaL Also at the Lions meeting Key San,s, Chief of the Bro- Held Forth Her Hand". The book, if anyone wishes a botml of the Times-News edition - $5.00; after that date, $620. Or- would cover that cost as well came as a surprise Membership awards were pre- of the Brush "Keyst.on: if ordered before May 1, sells for director, Leo sented to - Bill Dittus, Ray Lett- has announced the appom - his band and its erie and Ken Johnson and one- of police captains for the ders may be placed with Mrs. entitle the party, or parties being listed as a Sil-Tennlal Chaxter Green, or, with Mrs. Wm. Dittus. Member in this edition. also knew Mount year 100% attendance awards following precincts: ^^ - All H FBUon With whom he had were given to Bill Dittus, Ray 14th, Raymond Letterw; :zru, The best way to set your Years of service to the! Letterle, Paul Voile and Carleton Paul Voile; 33rd, Charles Holmes; The Times-News is publishing tn Mount Pulaski late Drake. 52nd, Robert Shanle; 69th Walter a strictly historical suvenior at rest relative to these Dannenburger; 81st, William bound edition of its newspaper, cations is to buy both of Then, you can't go wrong, the band per- .TU the guests of the RITMP.GE SALE IN DEC R Howe; 97th, William Rentmeister; comprisix|gsome 150 or more pag- Methodist Church, WED. - THURS., APKIL 26- 125th, Earl Phillips; 148th, Don- es which will be bound and have Boosters. A fried Members of the Christian Chur- aid McCain; 183rd, Eugene Sll. a frontpiece of the Courthouse in Circuit Judge Leland that was pre- ch are holding a rummage sale Sams said that the captures natural color, of Mount Pulaski, chicken, trim- in Decatur, on Wednesday ann would appoint their own 4euen- The newspaper edition will be the courthouse in lee and cake, Thursday, April 26 and 27th.... ants, and that he hoped to have filled with pictures, most of them day, the appointment of a of good Rummage should be brouglt to the force well organ izd and dis- of the olden days that are now Masterson of Lincoln, a Repub the church by Tuesday afternoon, ciplined within the next few but a memory. The community lican precinct committeeman, on Page 12) April 25th, for marking, weeks, will be brought back to life in court baliff, Will Compete In Stale Finals On Saturday, May 6 Mount Pulaski Township High School Band is definitely on the way back! No finer proof of that could be had than the ontstand ing showing the band contestants md their director, Claus made at the district contests Monticello last Saturday. 19 first place est by far of any of the score schools which were in tion--would have entitled band to sweepstake honors the district contests do not have this rating. Dan McNabb, vocal had one first place winner, Bonnie Prather. Eleven of those first place &- wards went to individuals, wh eight ensembles also brought home top honors. All first pla winners will go to the state co- test May 6th at Decatur. The band and chorus will )articipate in the state contest The fact that there were con, mtants entered in 28 an added bit of proof that embers are going all out gain the school's past high school musical circles. The following students Pulaski won superior Bonnie Prather, girls' voice; Bill Downing, DenT|y Myrick, baritone clef; Kay Cooper, alto Sharon Wachter, bassoon; Harem, flute; Susan oboe; Connie Stoll, clarinet; Gordon, French Horn; gram; French Horn; Judy alto clarinet. Instrumental ensembles ra