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PAGE TWELVE THE MOUNT PULASWV TIMES- NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, BAND HONORS-- (Continued from page 1) "Good in every department." "Excellent interpretation and consistent rhythm and tempo. A pleasure to judge you.","A carefully trained band under a good director. It's a real indi- cation that you are getting the basic fundamentals of good en- semble playing." '"/our staccato work throughout band is very unusual. So neat and precise. A very nice job---musical always with good tone and blend -- a pleasure to hear." BAND WINNERS Individual and Ensemble win- nets representing Mount Pulas- ki township high school, made their finest showing in state competition at" Charleston, Fri- day, when they won 17 firsts out of a possible 29. Nine second division awards were received and three third place awards. Last year they won 13 firsts out, of 28 entries. The list of First Place win- ners follows:- Jim Brown, trumpet. Ray Richner, trombone. Margaret Shively, clarinet Wallace $chroth, clarinet Hazel Jean Reinders, French horn. Donna Waddell, French Horn Mariann Dana, flute. Margaret Dana, alto clarinet Wendell Brown, baritone. David Froehlich, tuba. Shirley Marshall, baritone sax. Brass Quartet -- Larry Shull, Jean Ann Schroth, Kenneth Stew- art, Don Lee. Clarinet Quartet -- Margaret Shively, Dick Ey, Wallace Schroth, Lois Schaffenacker. Brass Sextet---Jim Brown, Bet- ty Waddell, Hazel Jean Reinders, Ray Richner, Wendell Brown, Merwyn D. Leckbee. Miscellaneous Brass-- Phillip Crawford, Don McCain, Virgil Holmes, Norma Schroth, David Myrick, Jim Mitchell. Mixed Clarinet Quartet-- Dick Ey, Joan Biesemeier, Margaret Dana, Marvin Richner. Woodwind Quintet-- Mariann Dana, Kay Moore, Donna Wad- dell, Lois Schaffenacker, Patsy Ingrain. Outstanding Features ,Some of the outstanding fea- tures of the fine showing of the students of Lester Werntz, di- rector, were the third consecutive state first division rating of Mar- garet Shively, a junior; the a- bility as well as effort shown by Patsy Ingrain, a 7th grader, who took up the bassoon last fall when Jaekie Gaffney dropped band; Patsy helped her wood- wind quintet win a first at the i NOT  ALL Jm'J n  4m'q ' I Dependability is the comer. stone of our business. When. over you come here, you can depend on receiving a square deal Thaw Does Not Burst Water Pipes Water pipes are burst by the expansion of the water as it freezes into ice. The rent is not noticed until the thaw, when the ice melts and the water pours out. 1. "Popular Falla- cles" . A. S. E. Ackerman. 2. "Nuggets of Knowledge" . W. Stimpson. state; Ray Richner, who had a badly injured elbow following the Elkhart baseball game on Thursday, carried tits arm in a sling until time for him to ap- pear as a trombone contestant Friday, and he won a first divis- ion rating despite his handicap He also took part in the brass BIRTHS hospital. Springfield. This is heir second child, both girls. Mr. and Mrs. William Mulcahy, 526 West Monroe, Springfield, RT]R C. KOLP, JR. are parents of a daughter, born BACK ON BREAD TRUCK April 21, in the St. John's hos- Arthur C. Kolp, Jr., of Spring- pital, Springfield. The mother field, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. is the former Patricia Peters, a Kolp, Sr., Mount Pulaski, a form- former Mount Pulaski resident, er driver of the Schulze Baking field thru Mount PulaSki He takes the place C. Claypool of killed Saturday 21, at a railroad Fork. Claypool's by a fast freight and about a quarter of a --SEE Laurence Olivier sextet that won a first. Co. bread truck is back on the Simmons in The fete of a group of grade Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thornton Mount Pulaski run. "Art" former- Mount Pulaski Theatre, musicians who went up against living onNorth Mar!on,.are the ly had the route from Spring- evening, May 8. high school competition to win parents oi a .aaugn.terD::r2nOn a first division rating in the mis- [ Tnursaay, Aprn zb, m cellaneous brass ensemble was lhspital' Lincoln. something to shout about Grade M n r  " p tl e I ,r. a_d M_s. M_urm_ Cos__ey METAL CABINETS-- ensembels can compete in th ......... t]of Vrden, are parents of a dau- sme nigh senooi contests, Du Single and Double Door  Also Hanging Wall TYPe - . [ ghter born Thursday, April 26 m individual, soloists cannot. IMemorial hospital, Springfield. becona aivision winners were:-  .......... ' ..... " iss LINOLEUM RUGS $5.45 and ] Th ,,,u.. ,-,, ......... .y ................... Larry Shull,.trumpet. [ Barbara Larson, daughter of Mr. 9'x12' -- also other" sizes up to 9'x15' Don Lee, trombone. [and Mrs Ninian Larson of the vera lwercier alto sax I __. : .... ,,. ...... ' " , Elkhart c,,,, ........ . RUG BORDER-- iil 1acain, tenor sax. [ Mary Christensen, flute. [ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allspach 24 and 36 inches wide Ken Stewart, baritone, are the parents ,of a daughter, Saxophone Quartet -- Gordon born in St. Clara s hospital, Lin- TAPPAN RANGE.-- Suedmeier, Vera Mercier, Bill McCain, Shirley Marshall. Miscellaneous Woodwind En- semble -- Shirley Wood, Mary Beth Christensen, Janet Downing, Wanda Sams, Gordon Suedmeier, Clara Ryan, Michael Drake, Pat- :sy Ingram. Drum Ensemble-- Jim Romer, Darrell Payne, Shirley Schahl, Delmar Veech. Third division winners were:- Lois Schaffenacker, piano. Jim Romer, snare drum. Trumpet Quartet---$ean Schroth Betty Waddell, Phillip Crawford, Don McCain. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thangs to the many good friends, neighbors and relatives for all the cards, letters, flowers, etc., I received while a surgical patient in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, and since my return home. W. L. Follis. TUESDAY ONLY - "Hamlet" star- ring Laurence Olivier and Jean Simmons at the Mount Pulaski Theatre, May 8. Admission Adults 44c . Students 30c and Children 12c coln. Tuesday, May 1. This is their second child and second daughter. The mother is the form er Shirley Carter. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Tendick living west of the city, are the parents of a daughter, born on Tuesday, May 1, in the Memorial COLEMAN GAS --- OIL LOW COST AUTOMATIC HEAT See It Today Smith Implement CO. Mount Pulaski. IlL Complete with Philgas Installation MOUNT PULASKI THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 4 and 5 "THE OUTRIDERS" (In Technicolor) with Joel McCrea, Arlene Dahl, Barry Sullivan, James Whitmore, Claude Jarman Jr. - also - CARTOON AND COMEDY SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 6 and 7 Matinee Sunday 2 o'clock "MR. MUSIC" featuring Bing Crosby, Ruth Hussy, Charles Cobum With Added Short Subjects SPECIAL TUESDAY ONLY! MAY 8th "HAMLET" starring- Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons (Admissions) Adults 44c -- Students 30c Children 12c WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 9 - 10 "THE MINIVER STORY" with Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, John Hodiak CARTOON -- NEWS POWER MOWER-- Lawn and Garden Supplies BOYS AND GIRLS BICYCLES..-- 24 an 26 inch sizes HARDWARE CLOTH .................... 100.ft. Roll - Widths (I ONLY) CAR AND TRACTOR BATTERIES--- A good battery for less Paints and Wallpaper in Sfock-- G,,m00 V. WALCH - Authorized IT PAqS:TO TRADE r- KELLY'S MOUNT PULASIG, ILUNOLq ProduceSpecials FRESH Carrots bch. lOc JUICE Oranges dz. 49c FROZEN SNOW-CROP Peas pkg. 19c FRESH Frying Chickens Per Case C00ca-Cola $1.00 Meat " FOR SATURDAY DELICIOUS ROUND Steak lb. MORRELS BACON Squares lb. ARMOUR'S RI.CHEDDA Cheese 2-1b. Dexter SlicednPound Bacon BLUE RIBBON 01eo lb. ARMOUR"S PICNIC HAMS--5-8 lb. ave. lb. IT WHIPS MILNOT 6 cans - PUREX - Qt. btl. 15c - -gal. 29c - HEGELE'S--AH Flavo ICECREAM 0 P E N 'till 10 p.m. Every For Your