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FOI CAGE HONORED Lake Fork grade school players and cheerlead- honored Saturday, April at a delicious chicken dinner, and served by Mrs. Mariley, the school cook. were made by the Robert Gasaway. First Players were awarded their Those receiving letters Alan Moore, Ricky Lesher Baughman. Donny Neal, Bob- Steve French and received basket- having played more one season. Baughman, Chuck and Mike Bone were unable present, having moved from Fork recently. letters were pre- Mary Ann Phillips, Welch and Kay Allspach. necklaces were to Cheri Welch and Neal for more than one eheerleading. West, Mt. Pulaski gradl gave an enjoyable related some of his ex- of coaching for 10 years officiating throughout the Yone enjoyed the evening was sponsored by the of Education. APPRECIATION Wife and I want to thank who remembered us cards and letters while I six weeks at the Hospital. They appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. O'Bryen. DIN.E. G BIRTHDAY and Mrs. Clifford Schahl, northwest of the city, a family dinner Sunday g their youngest daughter he celebrated her third I,."aY April 25th. Mrs Nor ,.'"ent were Mr. and . : ,y hahl, Janet, Johnnie ann Inahl, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ilelt ! and children, Mrs. Glen -1" and sons, Mr. and Mrs. our and son Amos, and weel, of Normal. BIRTHS Hospital in Peoria, was born April 1 to lVlr. Allister 3. Lyons, Jr. He named Michael Alan. have two sons. The the son of Mr. and Mrs. St. of Mt. Pulaski who Sunday for few S-WORLD HOMES Bloomington, Ill. Enclosed is my contribution for a Souvenir Edition. Will try and attend some of the celebration, without a beard. Reuben Hershey. Ramsey, Ill. We are planning to be in Mount Pulaski for the big cele- bration. Here is my contribution for the Sil-Tennial. rs. Lois Guise. 1413 North Fell Ave. 313 Willard Ave. Lincoln, Illinois Enclosed is money for a coPY of the Sil-Tennial EdRion of the Times-News. I will always have many pleasant memories of the old home town and friends there. It was our homo town for 61 years. Gx)d Luck to every one. Mrs. D. Cheek. 2300 Beech St., Bakersfield, Calif. We are delighted to become charter members of the Sil-Ten- nial Association. I know it means cooperation and work for many but with a home town to be proud of, it will be a celebration many will appreciate and enjoy. Best SIL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Annie Maddox of Oakland and her sister, Mrs. Kate Shumak- er" of Newman, are improving well following their automobile accident over four weeks ago, but will be confined in the Charleston Community Hospital, Charleston, -- f rs Ill., for a few more weeks. M . Maddox is the mother of Dr. H. H. Maddox of Mount Pulaski. Orville Letterle returned to his home in the Schahl ambulance Wednesday after being a patient at Hines hospital at Hines, Ill., a couple of weeks. Mrs. John Matheny, Chestnut, was removed to the ALM hos- pital in the Schahl ambulance, for medical treatment. WEATHER Friday was windy with bright sunshine. Temperature started at about 50 degrees and rose to 75. Cloudy by mid-affernoon. No rain. Rain began in the night and continued Saturday until about 7:30 a.m. Sun came out at 8:10 a.m. but was cloudy again by 9. No more rain. Temperature about same as Friday. Sunday was a beautiful day but the wind was quite strong. i Dark clouds in late afternoon but sky cleared. Temp about same as 'previous two days. Monday was ushered in by thunder, lightning, a hard rain wishes for success. Virginia DiGiorgio Potomac, Ill. My father was a Methodist minister in the old home town. I graduated from Mt. Pulaski high school in 1918 and from U. of I. in 1923. I taught English for over 20 years. My husband was a hard- ware merchant and is now retired. I have two stepsons and eight i grandchildren. Enclosed is my check for the Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Mrs. Fred Duncan. Box 319, RR 1 St. Joseph, Mich. Enclosed is my contribution for the Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best wishes. Elizabeth K. Suedmeier 1206 Wilson Ave. Chicago 40, Ill. Enclosed is my contribution for two Bound Copies of the Souvenir Sil-Tennial Editions. Please send one to my two sisters, Mrs. Beat- rice Tribbett and Mrs. Mary Smith at 2011 No. E. 4th Ave., Portland, Ore., and the other one to myself. Best wishes for the success of the Sil-Tennial Celebration. Mrs. Margaret Jones. !WARRENSLATHAM  n Tues., S pxa. Adult Instruction H.S. HONOR ROLL ch... Thurs., 2 p.m. Sewing Circle, The following students of the 8 p.m. Walther League. Warrensburg Jr. high school made the honor roll during the fifth THE CITI CaCM[ six weeks. Paul P. Burdick. Minfst Houo Roll 9:30 a.m. Bible School dl grade 10:30 a.m. Morning Wor.ip . 4.00--Sheila Jones Sermon: "Thy Servant Heat- 3.86--Joyce A1bin, Diane Went- eth!" worth. 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 3.71--David Beal, Carol Flach, 7:30pan. Evening Womhlp Ada Row, Jean Gentry and Sermon: "Great, But Unknown|" Cynthia Haskell. . ANNOUNCEMENTS o 3.57Pat McClure, Pat Rogers and Our Special Meeting Commltte8 Richard Lehn. will meet Sunday, April 30 7th grade p.m. in the church office, 4.(X)--Tom Fogerson, Sandra Our Junior CYH will meetat Stone, Linda York. 6:00 p.m. this week for 3.83---Delmar Nichols, Suzanne cial Hour. Refreshments Catlin I served, i 3.67Pat Weaver, Kathy Dierker. ] The Church Board will me 3.60Adele Rozanski. I Monday night, May 1, at 8 p 3.50--Steve Staley. l at the church. Honorable Mention I Prayer Meeting and Choir pr-, 8th grade tice on Wednesday night at 7:30 3.43---Kathy JeschawitT,, Carol and 8:30. Sadler, Larry Staples The Ladies Aid will meet 329---Mike Carter, Ronnie Runkel the church on Thursday, May 4, 3.14---John Edgecombe, Kathy at 2 p.m. Fox, Lynn Grolla, Barbara The young people of the King, Hazel Robinson, Jer- ch who are of camp age will at- ry Park, Donna Rife, Janie tend a Camp Rally at Taylor. Springfield on Saturday, April 29. 3.(D---Mark Collins, Carol Lamb. We will leave from the chu.?4h 7th grade at noon and return about 8: 3.33--Marilyn Blain, Martin Buth, in the evening. Janis COx, Carolyn Creason, The Mid.West Christian Linda Loveall, Wally Rotz. Convention will be held at j at 3.16--Carol Ann Beal, Darrell Lincoln Christian Church 6 with hail. Tem- peraturea'm"started sOmeat 60. Rain was Birch, Allen Fox, Brian Gas- May 7, starting at 1:80 p,m. short lived. Was cloudy till mid- ton, Jimmy Hayes, Linda continuing until 8:00 p.m. fternoon when the sun came out. Hughes, Linda Koger. a . 4 o Bob Cooper, Carol Sue Earl, Hgh temperature was about 7 . Paul Heft, Sharon Stoll. With tornado warnings out l a_. i night and up until 5 a.m. ttoaaYy ,Wedqesday) our area received a C H u R C H E S drenching. How much rain is unknown but from appear- ;t. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH race a couple of inches anyway, lv. Edward I Fwex, Ptor This VCednesday found the tern- Mass on Sunday, April 30, will perature at the 50 degree mark be held at 8 a.m. cloudy and rather windy. The temperature dropped slowly to- ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ward the 40 degree mark, reading Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Retire Ph. SW2-SN5 43 at noon. Wednesday was a clear day Fri., 6:30 p.m. PTL potluck sup- with the sun again taking over. per. Temperature was in the upper Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and 40's and reached in the lower Bible classes for all ages. 60's for the daily high. 10 a.m. Worship Service This (Thursday) began with a Gem 32, 22-29. 'Tll Not Leave temperature of near 48 and, yes, Thee Except Thou Bless Me." rain. Sunout by 9:30. Little wind. 5:30 p.m. Walther League Ral. ly at Delavan. Egotism: What makes some Men., 8 p.m. Sil-Tennial Corn- people able to live with them- selves. Gourmet: A man who likes to stay home with a good cook. USED Refrigerators AT STAHL'S SURPLUS SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS WiU be held at Lake Fork, Illinois, 2 Cane bottom djulng room chairs Glider Porch Swing Lamps Dishes Dinner Ben (mounted) ' Iron Bean Pot Mcmtel Clock, Wall Clock with wooden works Books Old magazines Garden Digger Other Articles too numerous to Mention. April 22 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3300 Solar Ave. SPringfield, m. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 blODl HOME Starting at 1:00 o'clock F'OR SALE ! , t00le. buffet and 6 chairs 1 Bed, dresses 6, chitfcurobe Phiko Combination FM Radio 6, Record Player Frigidaire Electric Stove, dingle oveu Ammsa Deep Freeze (small size) Library table Easy washing machine Drop-leaf table 6, buffet Coffee table Metal Cupboard Wood Cupboard g.door glass cupboard NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS CLYDE and MARY FEBUS AUCTIONEER: GENE HOWK .. used home for a few 3 miles North Springfield on 3-bedroom, story- full basement, 2 Entire house wall- carpeted. Large corner near schools SEE IT TODAY! bL-,OUNT o OPEN ROUSE DAY I COOSE FHOM  America's Largest  Builders" St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumste Sunday School Worship Service The Festival of Music observed on this Cantate . the Junior, High School, Senior Choirs will sing sews arrangement of "Beautiful Saviour". The pastor's sermon will : "Let Us Be Found Faithful!" The Luther League will leave the church at 2:00 p.m. for Rally in Decatur. All Services will be on Daylight Time, beginning April 30th. A cordial invitation to all. , Doctor: A man who looks your mouth and says, Chofl: One who heart and 'develops her LAWNMOWERS GARDEH-NUDE 20-inch and 22-inch i :/ ROTARY $499s and $549s (WITH TRADE-IN)  Briggs-Stratton Recoil Starter HILLTOP ELECTRIC WEST SIDE SQUARE MOUNT