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ss-Tmzs-nws,   m, omAY, .mz. a sm Athletic Banquet-- (Continued from page 1) succeed, and that a youngster make himself do a lot of seemingly impossible things if he wants to bad enough. Coach Jim Koch after thanking Rotary Club, board of educa- tkm, faculty, and parents for their mtion, presented Miss Mans- field, who in turn gave out letters the following cheerleaders:m Bryson, Lorita Buckner, Sherry ,Davis, Carole Dillsaver, and Connie Stoll.. i Don Oisen, assistant coach, then handed out numerals to the following Freshmen: Dan Lan- 'ham, Steve Lynch, Mike Reeves, : Stewart, Larry Sutton, John Zimmermann. Olsen also made the junior W awards to Gary Zimmer- mann, Bruce Walcott; Jerry Law an, Sam Baldwin, Steve : dley, Ronald Handlin and Ray Halslow and Gene Schmidt. Coach Koch then pr =e_,,nted let- to his "best friends'  the :managers, Kenney Cardoni, rge Aylesworth and Roy Hahn. :tter winners on the varsity in- duded: Denny Schueler, Dick Reset, David Drake and Bill Mc- ck, all of whom will be : i back next year. Other numerals were awarded the seniors, Randy Walcott, ,Jerry GiUum and Kent Anderson. Kent Anderson was named hon- captain of the 1960-61 sea- aan, and the annual Free Throw phy award went to Randy Woleett who made .788 percent his free tosses. Chorus Picture Tonight i Plas to have a picture of the Sll.Tennial Belles Chorus in Mrs. Gayland Green's Book, "She Held Forth Her Hand," have been made by the Sil-Tennial Belles com- mittee, and each member is asked signify by post card to Mrs. :Julian Sams, if they would like to be in the picture. The cost to each member in the picture will be Sa.00. , The idea is to preserve a pic- of the chorus for posterity, and since this book will be kept many families, the ideas and p in the book my well be ied when Mount Pulaski ob- serves the 150th anniversary af t founding. Home. Pinochle and Bridge will be played. There will be prized and a door prize. Refreshments will be serv- ed. Donations will be 50c. The public is invited to attend. KITCHEN BAND MAKING NUMBER OF APPEARANCES The Sil-Tennial Belles Kitchen Band has been promoting a lot of publicity for the forthcoming celebration, July 22 to 29th, by appearing at various public plac- es. On Wednesday evening, April 19, the band played for the veter- ans at the State School in Lincoln. They also made an appearance at Leonard's Care. Thursday evening the group travelled to IlliopoUs where they presented a short program at the bowling alley, then went to Zim's Market'and played a few selec. tions. At the bowling alley the management served them coffee and pop. Saturday night the Rebekah lodge presented the band as their part of a District Assn. meet- ing, at the IOOF Hall. Sunday afternoon they appear- ed on TV Station W1WP, Decatur, and played two numbers. The Kitchen Band, Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus and several members of the Brothers of the Brush appear- ed on the program. Enroute home the band members stopped at Tolly's Market on Rte. 48 and played two selections. Thursday (this) April 27, the kitchen band will present the program for the County meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at the American Legion Home, at 9 pan. This group of ladies is attract- ing a great deal of attention and j the members are enjoying it all[ very much. J The group is accepting engage- I ments for programs in Mt. Pul-J aski and neighboring commun- ities, j ALLISTER LYONS PRESENTS PAPER AT Mrs. Oswald Brooker and Mrs. is C. Downing are also mem- bers of the committee and may be contacted. Clorus members will be reach- ed by telephone wherever poss- ibh. Don't wait to be called. FEDERATION OF GARDEN CLUBS The Florida Federation of Gar- den Clubs held a state convention Garden Clubs in St. Peters- rg during the week ending Fri- , April 14. The St. Petersburg mes of the above date carried a long list of club winners from all over the state. The Madira Beckel Civic hievement Award went to the uina Key Garden Club of St. Petersburg, of which Mrs. Miller Drobisch is president. She is a er resident of Springfield, Ill. 8rid her husband is a native of Mount Pulaski. PARTY SPONSORED W jm. woMa- CLUe The Junior Woman's Club is ring a card party, Friday, pril 28, at the American Legion J APPUANCE SALE NoW GOING ON AT i CHICAGO MEETING Allister J. Lyons, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Sr., of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., and bacteriologist at the U. S. Department of Agricul- ture's Northern utilization labor- atory, Peoria, Ill., presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Society for Micro- biology in Chicago, April 24, 1961, on the designation of a particular specimen of microorganism Stmptomyces albus, as the stand- ard strain representative of this! type of bacteria. If the proposal of Mr. Lyons and his associate, Dr. Pridham, should be accepted by the judicial commission of the international committee on bac- teriological nomenclature, than this strain will become the refer- ence point for any future work on these organisms. Mr. Lyons' work is part of a research program at the Peoria laboratory to establish expanded markets for cereal grains. Hs is a graduate of the Mount Pulaski high school, and joined the staff of the Northern Labora- tory after he received a bachelor of science degree from Purdue University in 1958. Card From Har9raves Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beidler re- ceived a card on Monday from Harold Hargrave, who recently moved to Palm Springs, Calif. Many inquiries have been made about Harold and Alma, both of whom were employed at the Times-News office. Here is what Harold wrote: "Howdy, Folks: Just a few lin- es to let you know we are settled and getting along fine. Alma lik- es her job and I just take it easy. So far am doing pretty fair. I get out in the sun every day. Both of us are surely tanned. It is nice and warm and soon it wiU be hot. Always have to cover up at night." Why Wait-Buy .... Today GET PROSPERITY UNDERWAY SEE RAY HANSLOW Langellier's Local Representative for the most outstanding Buys of the Year[ Fords... Falcons... Thunderbirds... Mercurys... Comes... and Confinenals... FORD TRUCKS A-I USED CARS and TRUCKS Remember Lngellier's Used Car and Trucks carry a 1- Year Written Guarantee. LANGELLIER'S Your Local Ford Product Dealer Since 1916 Phones: Business, Lincoln 7"32-2111 Residence, Mr. Pulaski SW 2-5459 FAMILY NIGHT POTLUCK AT CHESTNUT CHURCH The Chestnut Methodist Church will have a family night, featur- ing a potluck supper and pro- gram, Sunday evening, April 30, at 6:30 pan. DST, at the church. Claus Tanner and members of the Mount Pulaski high school band will give the program. A film strip, "A Trip to the Green Plan- ets," will also be shown. The financial program of the church for the coming year will be discussed and members and families will be given the op- portunity to make their pledges. Members and friends are all' in- vited to attend. GRADE SCHOOL MENU FOR MAY 1st to 5th Monday-- Barbeque on bun, mashed potatoes and butter celery stick, peaches, Tuesda2r--Beef stew wi$ ables, apple sauce, nut butter sandwich, WE.Z. Eat boiled potatoes and rot stick, cherry bread and butter, milk. Thtu=day--Mock pizza beans, mixed fruit, bread and butter, Fficlc--Tuna and salad, buttered pease, butter, milk. A mother and her were shopping in a The boy, trying to be picked up a package and it to her. "Oh, no," cried the put it back! You have that." Saturday Will Be My Final Day Of Servicing Television in Mount Pulaski Area I am moving to New Jersey to my new I wish to thank all of my customers for patronage and favors. GEORGE SAVAGE Radio and TV Sales & Service C0ME IN-RGIST1 during irha HARDWARE WEEK 1961 HOME SALE ,,o.,,_,_ ,... Week-/k J" HI mm IRue IMPER. CORNING HEAVY-DUTY LAWN RAKE Q|'lr ACQUAINTED O 1 Qt. $AUCEPA .o.sL22 with cover only 5 '29_0 S00g-bra000 acUofl May 13, 1961 Ru! STOVg ,ml arlm .." NICe. o td St44 , ) S01derbe G Makes soldering a aooa m0o cinch. Heats in 5 seconds, spotJight  and trigger control. Shatterproof hous- ing. Long life tip. a88 n chols ALUMINUM lm L411nlS --m STAHL BROS. HARDWARE MOUNT PO2.AST- ILLIOI:S