Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
May 10, 1951     Times
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 10, 1951
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PAGE TWENTY GARY BOBELL--- (Conti,ued from page I) sister-in-law of the bride, was matron-of-honor and Mrs. How- ard Martinie, of Lincoln, was the bridesmaid. Mrs. Bree's gown was of blush-pink satin, while that of the bridesmaid was of ice-blue satin. The gow-ns were styled similar to that worn by the bride. Mrs. Bree carried an arm bou- quet of American Beauty Carna- tions, and wore  matching car- nation in her hair. Mrs. Martinie carried an arm bouquet of gold. :: en wonder variegated carnations, with matching carnations in her hair. The attendants wore matching hats and matching mitts. Linda 16an Bobell, niece of the groom, was flower girl. She wore an ice-blue satin gown and car- ried a nosegay of Pinnochio ios- es. $ohn Bobell, brother of the groom, was best man and Lowell Bree, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Donald Baker was ring bearer. The ushers were Henry Rademaker, Jr., Dale Low- man and Dean Lowman, cousins of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a sugar pink dress, with pink and white accessories, and her cor- sage was of starlite carnations. : Mrs. Bobell wore a navy dress, with navy accessories, and a corsage of variegated carnations. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. For traveling, the bride wore a biege-colored lace dress, with green and white accessories. Her flowers were brown cymbidium orchids. The couple left on a j wedding trip through the south- ern states, and after May 15th will reside in Lincoln. The bride is a graduate of the Lincoln high school, and until recently was employed in the :office of County Judge William S. Ellis. The groom graduated from the Elkhart community high school, and is now employed at the Stetson Potteries in Lincoln. i  i WHAT'S BEHIND THE ULLIGAN TRADEMARK ? gA Outstanding -I water conditioning skill that goes back more than ten years. Acceptance in over 200,000 homes in America, throughout forty states. ! *  We offer a v." closed, sealed soft- ener. Requires only a few seconds for exchange. NioadJy Aerllal SPECIAL WATER SOFTENING MINERAL AND SALT PHONE 497 Geo. Wolcott, Operator :CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE IS AVAILABLE TO YOU FOR IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASl ILLINOIS TENTH ANNUAL Spring Concert' MOUNT PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL BAND SUNDAY. MAY 13 2:30 P. M. -- HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM nH -: PROGRAM :- *The Vanished ArmypPoetic March - - Alford Dedicated to the first Hundred Thousand *Overture "Eroica" - - Skornicka Based on Themes from Beethoven's Third Symphony Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep De Lamaster Trombone Solo--Ray Richner, Soloist The Last Spring--Opus 34, No. 2 - Grieg The Whistler And His Dog---Caprice Pryor Piccolo SoloistMariann Dana Scherzoso--Clarinet Quartet - Schmutz Margaret Ann Shively, Richard Ey Wallace Schroth, Lois Schaffenacker Comin' Round The MountainNovelty Fillmore (1) Arrival (2) Spirit of '76 (3) Butterflies (4) Fan Dancers (5) Bugles (6) Beets (7) Elephants (8) Cows (9) Departure -- INTERMISSION -- *Salute To Corelli - - - Long Selected and Arranged from the Christmas Concerto, Opus 6, No. 8 Stars In A Velvety Sky - - Clarke Baritone Solo--Wendell Brown, Soloist Waggery for Woodwinds - - Waiters Some Enchanted Evening - - Rodgers From the current musical play, "South Pacific" Lady Of -Spain - - Evans-Calliet * Denotes the numbers played at the recent contests. BOYSTOWN ASKS all over again, in a good home, amid clean, healthy surround- FOR YOUR SUPPORT ings. Boys' Town, Nebraska, the lo- cation of Father Flanagan's Boys' Many Mount Pulaski people Town, for the past 34 years has are familiar with the wonderful been working with Ameriea,si history of Boys' Town, and in homeless, helpless boys, to give]P ast years have sent financial them a good home and a chance I contributions. The need for funds for a new start in life. They jis becoming greater and regard- come from every state and sec-  less of the amount you send, the tion of the country, and they are icontribution will be greatly ap- of every race and religious creed, i P reciated- These young boys who go to Send what you can, and all you Boys' Town are different. They have their own past, own prob- lems, own personalities. Many are orphans, some are victims of broken homes, others have run "afoul: of the law due to neglect, or because they were just home- less and destitute. And, Boys' Town has also been "home" for the orphaned sons of our gallant can and help rehabilitate these boys. The hillbilly boy walked into the town confectionery and ask- ed for an ice cream soda. The i clerk presented the drink, all done up with a cherry and two straws. After a few minutes the MRS. C. E. HILDRETH LIBRARY PRESIDENT A good attendance of members of the Mount Pulaski Library Club was present in the library rooms on Tuesday afternoon May 1st. The annual election of officers was held, with all officers being re-elected. President--Mrs. C. E. Hildreth. Vice-President--Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Secretary--Mrs. Chas. Schmitz. TreasurerMrs. A. J. Lyons. Members of the board are as follows: Miss Katie Volle, Mrs. Chas. Schmitz, Mrs. Russell Cur- tis, Mrs. Pearl Waddell, Mrs. C. M. Merriman, Mrs. Louis Sams, Mrs. Walter A. Sehafer and Miss Winifred Loetterle. Mrs. George Suedmeier was re-elected on The board of trustees. The librarian, Miss Florence Wynd, will con- tinue in that capacity. The interesting program wa furnished by pupils of the Zion Lutheran church parochial school under the direction of Arthur Stoeckel, teacher, and consisted of several vocal numbers and readings. The club members were great. ly pleased with a song, an ex- tra vocal number by Terry Sue Meister, who is one-year-old plus. BIRTHDAY DINNER SERVED AT DICK MUELLER HOME A birthday dinner was served Sunday, May 6, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mueller, Sr., on North Washington street, in honor of the 25th birthday of their son, Forrest, which occurred May 7th. Forrest will leave on May 20 for Chanute Field, Ran- toul to serve in the Army Air Force. Those present for the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Delward Leimbach, son Bill, daughters Ann and Lynn, of Maroa; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mueller and daughter Denise, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Birks, Henry C. Keck, Mr. and Mrs. Louis French: and daughters Nancy and Judith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mueller, $r., daughters Christina and Cyn- thia of Mount cinity. Aim for high a period of time ing to increase your quickly, recommends ity of Illinois nomist. Salt or feed is cheap insurance abortions or stillbirth iodine deficiency, ersity of Illinois Yearling steers o feeding at Dixon merit Station last about the same sale gardless of their Wool is now v-orth twice as much as !1950 price of 50c a lb. FOE WHITE __CALL " CLIFF CHESTNWr, PHONE 19 Also Polio MOTHERS * GRADUATES * * It is important to groomed and with a manent and feel confident you a grand DAY ! Phone 871 BOBBIE BEAUTY No. 13 Over - IT PAYS TO TRADE AT KELLY'S MOUNT PULASki, ZLLmOXS Meat Specials! Producq FRESH BIG 64 SIZE Frying Chickens Grapefruit boy called the clerk and said, in the armed service They i"Mind ef I take them holler FRESH FISH  SWEET 'arepitifullySO yoUngold in experience.in years, but so sticks out, They keep a-knockin - 00nran'es .9 ._az At Boys' Town they begin life my hat off." ., -  BLUE N LARGE  Oleo . lb. 29c Pas. Cele00 FIRST F R E SH I r T S Chops . lb. 49c 00,Strawbe,00,00, FRESH-" Frozen-Fr-nch - We Suggest -- Butt Roast Ib 59e Potatoes A Cedar Chest - Haddan Hall - guaranteed. Attractive Hampers - both Wicker and Alumi- num. Kitchen Stools - well constructed - choice of styles. Famous Revere Ware- Copper-Clad, Stainless Steel. @ Capacious Bun--Warmers of Spun Aluminum. A Chest of Drawers, Bookcase, or the Steel Cabinet she has long wanted. An Automatic Percolator, Pop-Up Toaster, Mixer, or Dormeyer Fri-Well  a lovely gift! Colorful Plastic Picnic and Cannister Sets. These and a host of other items for your selection AT V. WALCH Authodsed Deat ARMOUR'S PICNIC Hams lb. 4Sc PEGWIL i Butter lb. 69c FRESH ! FRESH I HEGELE COTTAGE ctn. 19c HEGELE'S Ice Cream PILLSBURY Chocolate Fudge ! Cake Mix Granulated Soap P E R K pkg. OPEN 'TILL 10 P. M. EVERY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!