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Mount Pulaski Times-News ASKED TO "DRESS-UP" CITY WITH l%ovmg Mo Foptd Flower Mt. Pulaski Garden Club every home in the city for the Sil-Tennial July 22.29. It is the d earnest desire of the to have every lawn a street displayed with annual. You do not ruin your lawn, just put at least one tree Moll, local florist, and Hardware store, have pink petunias for you or, your may plant The club hopes sight un. up and down It Pulaski this so won't you please go get those living in to co-operate, to ac- this? Drive by the Li- see the tulips that the last fall.  arrangement for that Jaclueline Green- had there Sat. 29 and will furnish May 6. The serve during May: A_ J. Lyons. Clyde Febus. Seiota B. Horn. Club met Friday, the club room at the program consist- slides of Hawaii and Mrs. Harry Down- their trip to the The slides enjoyed by-a fine were many out- and trees shown HA/Y "Bud" MASON PINK FLOWERS mUOUSLZ mJuRm PRESENTED LETTERS IN AUTO ACCIDENT !GIRL SCOUT LEADERS Harry O. Mason, 34, Mount Pu. MOTHER DAUGHTER ARE TO BE HONORED ski, was ouly jued at 5:3O p. Saturday, April 27, on BANQUET MONDAY BY SCOUT COUNCIL Route m about 2 miles west of AITENDED BY 100 Miss Sciota B. Horn, founder of Latham near the Oscar Auer home. The Mother-Daughter Banquet Girl Scouting in Mount Pulaski, State police stated that the held in the First Methodist Chur. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, first ea r rolled end over end for ap- eh on Monday evening, May 1, of the Logan County Girl Scout Council, will be honor- ed at ,the spring council meeting of the Land of Lincoln Girl Scout Council, to be held Tues- day, May 9, at the Kumler Meth- odist Church in Springfield. This special event will honor persons who were leaders of the first Girl Scout troops in their communities with the council, who first sponsored a troop or who started a troop on their own initiative. The theme of this Golden Ann- iversary of Girl Scouts is "Honor the Past, Serve the Present". There will also be a social hour. Hostesses will be Neigh- borhood 3 of District II of Spring- field. GRADE SCHOOL ATHLETES AT P-TA proximately 276 feet, landing in was attended by approximately a plowed field east of the Auer 100 mothers and daughters. house. Mason was thrown from The tables were decorated with the car and fell 140 feet away spring flowers and Sil-Tennial from the wreckage, back of the mats. Some of the men Auer garage, helped serve the meal At last reports Mason received After a delicious dinner (pot- a fractured vertebra, fractured luck style), a very enjoyable ribs and possible internal injur, program was presented, as fol- ies.'His car is a total wreck, lows: Piano solo by Linda Wad- Mr. Mason was removed to the dell; a number by the Junior Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hes. Girls Chorus, directed by Mrs. pital, Lincoln, in the Schahl am- John Muir; piano solo by Gloria bulance, where X-rays were tak-Waddell. en and emergency care given hirrL The injured man was return- Mrs. Scott Fellows Is President For Coming School The Mount Pulaski ConsoHdat; ed Grade School P-TA met Thursday, April 27, 1961 with 8 potluck supper honoring ing home from Decatur when a McClary of Bellflower, as the rear tire blew out thus throwing speaker of the evening. She the car out of control, read several poems appropriate spomoring now. HONORED FOR 37 m ; for the library the summer months, YEARS SERVICE one named is asked to Ed Schroth, Chestnut, who serv. ed on the board of directors of the Farmers Grain Company at Chestnut, for 37 years, was hon- ored at a dinner, Sunday evening, April 30, at the South Side Coun- try Club in Decatur. He retired from the board at the annual Kay Mullln SW2.395L meeting in February. At the din, Due to the lack of interest of ner, he was presented with a the members of the Queen com. transistor radio for his service, mittee, the committee as such has Those present for the event be- committee consist. Schaffenacker, Mrs. Grace Claude Litterly. Groups "gn TV leaders: Gary Baker, Roger Mrs. John Curtis, President of ham, Steve Wilham, Larry the WSCS introduced Mrs. Ruth ben, John Kelly, Mike PUlasli's Sil-Tennial on "Know Your over WCIA 3, Champaign, on at 9:30, with from the Sil.Ten- Kitchen Band the Brush present. the group at after instructions as on the program, in the studio. Ladles appeared l: Mrs. AdOre Sued. John's Lutheran Pauline Bertonl, :I representative; Jabez Capps K. Buckles, Sr., Loyal Daugh. Royal Albert Horn, ] Mrs. Ellis Co of the Belles Tommie Hav- ond Mrs. director, of the SH. Band, and Jim Jackson, Bro. talked on the OCANDIDAIT, S NOTIHED OF CONTEST RULES BY C Letters are being sent out this weekend to all the Queen Candi- dates, informing them of the plans that are being made for the Queen contest If any candidate does not receive a letter, she should get in touch with Mrs. for Mother's Day and told many interesting events of her own childhood. A short skit was pre- sented by Mrs. McClary and Miss Charlotte Hanslow. Mrs. McClary showed the pic- ture of the Madonna and the Child, and gave a brief history of the origin of the picture. The speaker is a daughter of a former Elkhart minister, the wife of a minister and the moth- er of a minister. Mrs. Curtis presented baskets of blooming plants to the oldest mother present, who was Mrs. George Tomlinson, 87; the young- grade school athletes and cheer. leaders. . , Room Representatives of 5A, 5B and 3B, Mrs. Everett Streenz, Mrs. John W. Martin, Mrs. Her- schel ttahn, Mrs. Gene Miller t Mrs. Jack Rothwell, Mrs. Broughton, acted as hostesses the supper. John West, coach, pr letters to the following aall, baseball players, and Kenneth Rennet, Bruce berger, Darrell Hanslow, Bailey, Gary Ey, Darrell Shull, Larry Richard Goodman, Tom Mike Kennedy, Gary Karl Davis, Lyle Howe, Schott, Bob VanHook, Jim Ronald Baldwin, Bob Taylor, Martin, Tom Connolley, Durchholz, Larry Horn, Sam toni, Donald Goodman, Dann Walton, ..... Linda Fuhrer, Linda Wmldl; Barbara Lucas, Lynne Rom and(' Connie Shable. Films were shown in the gym for the children while the P-TA business meeting was held in the , cafeteria. sides Mr. and Mrs. Scroth, were, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Roos, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Morthland, Mr. and Mrs. W. ]3. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold !Opperman, Mr. and Mrs. John !Troyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kin. cade, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Knoy, Mr: and Mrs. E. C. Stivers. R. L. Myers, the new board member and his wife, were unable to attend. J Mr. and Mrs. Stivers showed slides and films of their trip through the northwest, up the Alcan HighwQy, and throughout Alaska, which they took in July, 1960, for entertainment, follow- ing the dinner. SPRING MISSION RALLY AT ZION NEXT SUNDAY. On Sunday, May 7th, at 10:00 a.m. Zion Lutheran will observe its Spring Missiml Rally. StUdent Linn Haitz of Concordia Seminary at Springfield, will speak o the topic, "Our Mission in Africa." He is the author of the book, "Juju Gods of West Africa"/wbich was released by"Coucordia pub- lishlng House on May 1st. Mr. Haltz, resident and former building contractor in St Mo., holds membehip in Pil- grim Lutheran Church of that city. Following a year of the- ological training at Cmword_ia Seminary, St. Louis, he was com- missioned in July, 1952, by the Mission Board of the Symcal Conference as Building Superin tendent and Lay Missionary for West Africa. Mr. Haltz returned Mrs. Gayland to resume theological studies at of the SII- the Springeflld Seminary in 1955. Mrs. Floyd We will be graduated with the of the Ladies, ela of 1962. who announced The public is cordially invited to this service next Stmday. been dissolved. However, if you are interested in this type of ac- tivity, your help would be great- ly appreciated. Please contact Kay Mullins, Nancy Dittus, of Irma Jean Buck- les, or, come to a meeting Fri- day afternoon, May 5 m 1:30 at the home of Kay Mulllns If you would care to help in this phase of our Sil-Tennial Celebration. THREE alt00VS WILL BE HONORED AT U. of I. FIUDAY Three former Mount Pulaski Township high school graduates will be honored at the University eat mother, Mrs. Gerald Pharis, and the mothers who had three daughters present, namely, Mrs. Herschel Hahn, Mrs. John Wad- dell and Mrs. Dean Scott. JUDY SCHAHL ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CLUB Judy Schahl, a senior at Illinois State Normal University, Normal next fall has been elected pres- J ident of the Elementary Club of the university, for the term of 1961-1962. There are 230 elementary ma- Jor members and 19 board mere. bets in the group. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Normal Schahl, six miles northwest of Mount Pulaski. of Illinois Honors Day Convoca- tion on Friday, May 5th, Those receiving official recog- nition for outstanding grades are Jane MyriciL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ci Sr.; Melvin Hassebroek, sonof Mr. and Mm. John Hassebrock, St, and, Charles StolL sc of Mr. and Mr& Carl Stoll of Chestnut. President David D. Henry will preside at the Convocation at the university on Friday at 1:15 p.m. No Deadline As fef on Tunes-News SiI.Tennial Edition In response to several inquiries tO whether the May lt dead- set for the book "And She Held Forth Her Hand ', applied to the Times.News Sll.Tennial Edi. tion, we wish to state that it does not apply. No deadline forthe mes:News edition has been set, but we would advise anyone wishing to make a contribution to the Sfl-Tennial Fund and have their name on the special honorary ]HII OUTDOOR MOVIES AT CHESTNUT The Chestnut Business Men's Assn. will again sponsor free movies during the summer mon- the. They have a fine selection of movies to be shown each Satur- day night, beginning June 3rd and running for 14 weeks. The funds will be raised with selling advertisements. At a recent meeting of the business men's association, Ray-' mond F. Koenig was re-elected president and Clifford Leimbach was re-elected secretary.treasurer. VISITATION AND KEGISTIKTION DAY MAY 11. Visitation and Registration Day for pupils entering school for the first time at the Chestnut Cons. grade school will be Thursday, May 11, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Beginning pupils are eligible to enter school at Chestnut next fall if the beginner will be 6 years of age by Dec. 1, 1961. Those visiting may ride the bus home after school is dismiss. The following slate of for 1961-62, was elected clamation: President, Mrs. Fellows; Vice-President, Goodman; Secretary, Mrs, Frank Buckles; Treasurer, John Scroggins. The nominating committm Mrs. Howard Bryson, Mrs. Mann and Mrs. Robert Shanle, The president, Mrs. Shellhammer, appointed Schultz, Otto Ey, and Mrs. garet Lanterman as committee. Paul Wachter Gels Himself A Burglar aul Wachter, former ulaskian, now night in Illiopolis, on Wednesday of last week apprehended would-be burglar following attempt to break in at the at the west edge of Illlopolis. Wachter was parked in part Of the city and the pulled up to the Wedge but did not attempt to gain try. He then drove into and wrapped a round his hand and smasb.ed i i a window. He was by Wachter and turned Macon county authorities is a Macon county resident rBand And Clmms To Compete; High  school and grade school students winning superior ltt,'- Ings at the district band and vo. cal contests held In April 15, will partielpate In State Contest at Decatur, day, May 6th. Eleven individuals (one a hit P. Slk SSe. page of Sil-Tenniat Charter Mem- FICTURE WANTF.J) , bets, to send or bring their con- Picture of the original Christ-.trlbution in as moo as possible lan Church in ML Pulaski needed. ] [[5.00 will put your name on Would have been taken before } th special page and insure yon 1906. It will be returned. Please|having a bound souvemir editio notify Mnt Otto Ey or M imalled  you in a special Jiffy- Orville Downing. (P) bsg envelope. ! ed at 3:30. It is requested that patrons of the school and neigh- bors please inform parents of the school district of the Visitation Day as some children unknown to school authorities may be over. lmdl or unknown to be eligible to begin school next fall. solo), and eight ensembles eeived top awards and wil pete in Decatur. ! The band instructor Is Tanner and the vocal is Dan McNabb. The band the chorus will also that day.