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IlL, AY, APRIL 27, 1961 tom camo00. [Enjoyable Meet ROLL I At Myrick Home honor roll for the fifth six Lake Fork grade school  follows: "&" &Tmxju Ann Ridgeway, Julie Gene Chenoweth. Chenoweth and Loy Cardoni, and Brad Allspach. Phillips, Kay Alls- Kathi Welch. Bohn, and Cheri "B" Averages : David Allspach. Lawber, Jerilee Billie Moore. Baughman, Ada Terry Moore, Margo Law- Jacobs. Gill, Patty Creag- Moore. Folils, and Patsy Neal, Bobby Car- Carolyn Follis. 8th--Mary Phillips, Phil Aus- A storm that lifts from a farm except Pin: What holds up the triangle. ERE IDDEN OOM ,NYOUR OME? The Music Unit of the Mt. Pul- aski Woman's Club met Tuesday morning, April 25, at the home of Mrs. William Myrick on North Washington St. Many appeared in their Sil- Tennial dresses and the program as planned by the chairman, Mrs. Ellils Wood, brought out old time songs in keeping with the Sil- Tennial theme After coffee and rolls the bus- mess was disposed of, and the group had a sort of "Sing Along With Mitch" hour as they sang familiar old numbers such as: "Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet," "Sidewalks of New York," "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," "Moon- light Bay," and others. The hymn of the month chosen was "Leaning or, the Everlasting ArlTIS". An impromptu quartette, com- posed of Sil-Tennial Ladies, sang "Seeing Nellie Home", greatly amusing the group. Mrs. Otto Roos, who had writ- ten German words to the tune of "Sing Me To Sleep," played the melody, while Mrs. Oswald Brook- er, in her costume of the middy blouse era, sang the German lullaby to her doll Mrs. John Scheetz, pianist, played several popular numbers .and soon the group was singing along with the music. Two of our talented musicians, Mrs. Frank E. Turley and Mrs. Leroy K. Buckles, Sr., played a piano duet, Chopin's "Polanaise" and this was followed by Mrs. Bill Wheeler singing two num- bers, "If God Left Only You," and "How Your True Love To Tell." Mrs. Wheeler is truly wel- comed to the music circles of the city with her many talents in that line. Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein accompanied her. Mrs. Otis Howe, sr., sang "IJn- der the Lilac Tree," accompan- ied by Mrs. Ellis Wood. Mrs. Wood said she had hoped to have a barber shop quartet in this group and since nobody had practiced she was going to call on Mrs. Glover Matthews, Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein, Mrs. L. K. Buckles, Sr., and Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr., to make-up a quartet to sing i some old songs. The final part of the program was "more singing along with Mitch, with many old tunes, and Is your Open pomh really a family room in disguise? Could an extra bedroom be in youattic? Could your become a mToom7 can: see it right off, , because years of ex- p-have given . us the when itcomes to ; Rpding and modernizing with the finest in building materi'als, you come in and see rare bar- matched set of 6- for just 39--; II real value worth .$1.19. Rothweli Lumber Co. PHONE SW 2-3260 MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS the theme song of the Sil-Tennial, "Just A Little Street," left all in a good mood. The May meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Otto Ey. A tape recording of piano num- bers by Jane Myrick was enjoyl and appreciated by the music lovers.: Mrs. Elmer Schaffenaeker, Wo- man's Club President, is a wo- man of many talents, among them writing poetry. She has written words to a song which tellsl of the club activities, and is sung to the tune of "The Blue Bells of Scotland". It is entitled "Our Woman's Club," which seems worthy of publication. Note the following: OUR WOMAN'S CLUB Tune "The BluebeDs of Scotland" We are club members, all so loyal and so true, We meet onche each month and greet friends, both old and new. We study day or night And music is our delight; Join us now, as we sing Of the joys our club will bring. We learn of city, of state, and of world affairs, f We give here and there and for- get our household cares. We love to help our youth And stand for justice and truth, So we strive, to impart Bits of knowledge and of art. We learn of good books and of flowers bright and gay, We work and we pray for our homes in every way. Doing brings happiness, So we give aid and kindness For the good, socially, Of our own community. JESSIE QUISENBERRY DIED AT ATLANTA Mrs. Jessie P. Quisenberry, 82, who lived in Eminence township, rural route out of Emden, died at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20, 1961 in the Bartman Nursing Home near Atlanta, Ill. Her health had been failing for some time. Jessie P. Crane was born Jan. 26, 1879,. in the Elkhart com- munity, the daughter of Marshal A. and Clara Poorman Crane. The family lived for several years on a farm southeast of Mount Pulas- ki, and after retiring moved into this city. Decedent was a Logan county school teacher for a num- ber of years. She was married in Mount Pulaski Aug. 25, 1908 to Henry C. Quisenberry, Eminence township, and he preceded her in "HEY FELLAS" SOLVE YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT PROBLEM GET HER THIS G.E. The survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Galen Shirley of Emden; two stepsons, Harold Quisenberry of Atlanta and Lowell Quisen- berry of Springfield; one brother John Crane of Hallsville, formerly of Lincoln and Mt. Pulaski; 16 grandchildren and 23 great-grand- children. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 23, at the Hol- land & Barry funeral home, Lin- coln, conducted by the Rev. John T. Burns. Burial was in the Bethel Cemetery, Eminence township SHRINE CLUB TO SPONSOR MATINEE HARNESS RACE The Logan County Shrine Club will sponsor a matinee harness race, Sunday, June 4, at the Lo- gan county fair grounds. Plans for the four races for 2 and 3 year old trotters and pacers were made Friday night at a meeting in the court house at Lincoln. All proceeds will be used for the Shrine's various charities, ac- cording to Paul Hauffee, president of the club. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary A. Kiick, deceased, by trustees Elmer L. Kiick and Les- ter D. Kiick, to Austin W. Schaffe- nicker, part of lot 4, in block 22, Mount Pulaski. Austin W. Schaffenacker and Jessie M. Schaffenacker to First National Bank of Mount Pulaski, part of lot 4, block 22, Mt. Pulaski. Beauty: Part of the famiHax saying: "A thing of beauty is an expense forever:" death March 27, 1949. m Mr Quisenberry was a me " Iv T wo VVIT T m ber of the Union Presbyterian]DEd,L@ JJ-[1 17 Church and a charter member of ....... . . The iouowlng are new the Bethel-Un|on Mlssmnary So- ]h,: ,f th, .qil Tonnial ]?,ell ciety in Eminence township in [Jean :;['Lso'ni-.adv:lna " Roos, the northeast part of Logan coun- !Rohrer, Clara ty. Wilham Lillian Auer, Portable Dishwasher BANKING is a SPECIAL YOU GET A DELUXE DISHWASHER Retails at $279.95 FOR S2 19 9s 1- 32-pc. Set of Dishes Additional $25.00 Refund If You Keep It den, Anna Neumeyer, Scroggin, Teanie Rid Phillips, Margaret Bohn, Braun, Knota Miller, toni, Gladys Hatfield, Mabel Pruett, Ruth McVeY, Margaret Lanterman, Holmes, Reva Iris er, Edith Duncan, er, Barbara Cain, Olga Lisa Jo Zebrun, Grace Margaret Hildreth, Susan Lucille Sams, Delores Dorothy Davis, Lydia Betty Butler, Hilda Horn, McGee, Gloria McGee, terson, Harriet Winklema ma Woods, Rosemary Fern Martin, Harriet Bender Davis, Betty Hammel Drake, Alma Shanley and Guffey. HONOR ROLL STUDENTS ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL Following is a list of high school students on roll for the 5th six weekS: Seniors: Sue Sehoth, Smith, Wilma Hunter, Baumhardt Juniors: David Bell, Jones, John Davis, Deann Janice Richert. Sophomm.s: Ronald Bell, sha Jones, Suzanne Verban, Davis, Marietta McCue. Freshmen: Becky Bock, Garison, Judith Girdler, McAtee, Barbara Miller, Davis. Commlui"tn: What an man gets instead of ary. "NO MORE DISHWATER HANDS WITH A G.E. DISHWASHER'" STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI, ILl,. HELPFUL BUSINESS The business of banking is to ,help businesses --and individuals--achieve worthwhile objective To a business, this may. mean, the financinS of receivables, a loan for materials or equipment- To an individual, this may mean the coO" venience of a checking account, a safe and re:. munerative place for surplus funds, a personal loan to meet an emergency, a low-cost auto c home improvement loan. BANKING SERVICES: Savings Accotmts. Checking. Business Loans. Auto Loa Pezsl I,omas - Safe Deposit - Home Impxovemeat Loa CoUectioas. Trmml Checks - I,ettmz of CmdLit - For. EXCltS, THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporatiOn Mount PulaskL Illinois e i, TM L= i? iii