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nt Pulaski Tirnes-News CROWNING, CONCERT TO[UU00 sowa00s WINS OPEN Hn-;p uAv jToe ROTC CADET ----'- ";"-'-- "'"" JAWARD AT U. oi I. and d Not May =8 - st ,Pulaski Township, Open House" and! Program will be held ; May 17 from 7 to 10 will open with by the high with Claus Tanner will be in- National Honor So- President of the will present the to Bill Downing, Pres- Junior Class. Sheryl be installed as Pres- Student Council for Deibert was presi- 1966L for the Queen of will be crown- the program, are: Lorita Buekner, and Roberta Ridge. Mansfield will of the Seniori the crowing of te them will classrooms, shops, and e library. P, there will be a the gym. shown also in by Harry Lucas. services for the Township 'high Monday, May 28. exercises will be 29th. SpRier, 152 Cen- IIL died 6, 1961, at 4:10 Lincoln Me- Lincoln. She was the Lincoln Huston was born in on May 22, 1892, a John F. and Jennie Hust. In St. m 1920, she Spltler of Lin- in Lincoln a Years and was a the First Chrtan the Ltzln Chapter Star. htmband, she is six sisters and other were held in Home at 2 8, conducted  Burial was Comet at lbLIY 17 odwm - will be in Motmt May 17. All should be porch and labelled appliances and fumlttwe wWhe A card nmy ahm be 712 E. Wash- nL Steve PrHerson Death Came As Shock To Friends \\; Stephen Stewart Patterson, who lived on South Lafayette St., Mt. Pulaski, Ill., died at 1,:40 aan. Monday, May 8, 1961, in the De- ,an Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bowers, of this eity, i received the American Legion Auxiliary award of $10 for being CHORUS WINS FIRST AT SOLOISTS-ENSEMBLES WIN TEN catur and Macon County Hospital at Decatur, IlL He had been a surgical patient in the hospital for 11 days. Mr. Patterson was past 79 years of age. His death came as a shock to every one. Decent was born Sept. 27, 1881, in Red Top, Me., a son of S. T. and Elizabeth Cobel Patter- son. He grew to young manhood in his home community where he became a member of the Baptist church. In Red Top on Nov. I, 1909, he married Emma Havens. Early in their, wedded life they came to Mount Pulaski vicinity and were associated with farm- ing for a number of years. Nine- teen years ago they moved into the city. Mr. Patterson was an export in the repair of machin- ery and worked until his age and health caused him to retire from active duty. Besides his wife, decedent is] survived by one" son, Carl, of ML Pulaski; one daughter, Mildred, wife of John Edward Mohr of Du- buque, Iowa; eight grandchild- i ren and six great-grandchildrenl and three brothers, Dave Patter- son, of Buffalo, Me; Tom, of Red Top, Me., and Herbert of Waynes- ville, HI. The body was removed to the Schahl Ftmeral H_cane in Mount Pulaski where funeral services were held at 2 pxn. Wednesday, May 10, conducted by the Rev. Louis Kraft, pastor of the Latham Baptist church. Appropriate or- gan music was played by Mr Paul Burdick. Burial was made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers were nephews of the decedent, namely: Schylor, Ralph, Glenn, Thomas and Dwight Patterson, and Wallace Cowan. GARY ZIMME00MANN L. L. Gary ZimmeJTnann was elected Treasurer of the Et-Central District of the  Luther League of Illinois at the Spring Rally Sun- day in Decatur's First Lutheran Church. JoAnn VanHook was ap- pointed Secretary for Missions for the District. Several leaguers attended the rally from St. John's along with the pastor, the Rev. Bay Zumstein, who moderated a panel discus- sion on the forthcoming merger of the United Lutheran Church with the Augustana Synod. The Finnish Lutheran Church, and, the American Evaugelical Luth- eran Churcl-L Those attending in addition to the above mentioned, were: Mar- garet Eberle, local president and retiring distflct secretary of Mis- sions; Llnda Mann, Janet Vande- vender, Suzanne Wagner, Freder- ick .Lipp,  Aylesworth and John Zlmmerman John Zum- stein attended the evening ves- per service. SMm SWZMMIN CtSSES TO  MIDDLE OF POTLCX Bill Wheeler, recreational sup- "Community Club is ervisor of the Tomlinson Reck- supper on Fri- ation Center, has announced that pan., honoring there will, be summer swimming  l__l J classes, starting in the .middle of receive their a- [June, following the summer Bible wn  l Schools. I i Belles Kitchen J A complete schedule will be set Prvide a half.hoJup soon and dates of registra- I r, or tl enter-it ion will be anounced in thtsl Heavy Flood Over the best drilled ELrst year .rlIA.R . r,,_k. Force ROTC Cadet at the Univers- J - ,, q, PUlIII | ity of Illinois, Champaign, Friday. [ ........... - ........... ^ l wa,r WfllCl DIOCKe(1 several Mrs. Bowers w, l-,.,t u. l __ . , ths" ceremony and also attended] raus m thin area, ITas. receded. , Jafter. a day or two wzth no ram the tradmonal Mothers Day week end on the campus, helping to build up one of Lo- Ian is a member of the Acacia Fraternity. The 57 individual fra. ternities played hosts to over 1400 mothers of fraternity men. In accordance with tradition, the mothers took over the fraternity houses while they were :in Cham- paign. Mrs. William My'rick, Sr., also visited her daughter, Jane, over the Mothers' Day weekend. The activities were highlight- ed by a performance of Kismet, Shi Ai-Sachem Sing (a competi- tive choral singing contest by fra- ternities and sororities), a sere- nade by the University Men's Glee Club, and the presentation of the campus May Queen. Spring Breakfast Of Woman's Club Next TEursd00. Humorom SpeWer To Funddt The 31st annual Spring .tak fast of the Mount Pulaski Wo- man's Club will take place on Thursday, May 18, 1961, at the Methodist Church dining room at 12:30 o'clock. Miss Violet Cooper, chairman of the Amxican Home Depart- ment, has planned an interesting program. Mrs. Robert D. Hart of Peoria will give a humorous talk en- titled "Home Is Like That". The music will be provided by Mrs. Dean Schult Membership dues will be col- lected at this meeting and the secretary and treasurer will be present early to take care of those who wish to pay at this time The yearly dues are $8.50. May hostesses are Mrs. George A- Volle, Mrs. Karl Dittus, co- chairmen; Mesdames Francis My- rick, Harry Luc.a J. Bertel Heft, Vaughan Walch, Oscar Fleagle, :Wilbur Smith, Andrew Wiggers, William Bryson, Jr., Paul Gruber, Russell Buckles, Orville E. Mar. tin, Herbert Stlvers, William B. Jenner, Ellis Wood, Harvey Rob- inson, Miss Florence Lachenyer. Tickets: Miss Norma Schahl, esdames Dale Neavillle, Herbert Ayers, Katherine Downing, Dean Schultz, Joseph Doud, Edward Schroth, Grace Buckles, Herschel merick and Henry Kaut gan county's worst flood situ- ations. A rainfall of from 4 to 7 inches Sunday, climaxed previous heavy rains. The major break In this area was the washing-out of a large: bridge north of Chestnut on the Beason-Chestnut blacktop mad on Monday. The concrete piers of the bridge, which is about a quarter of a mile east of the main steel bridge over Salt Creek, collapsed about 1:00 p.m., just after Jim Buehler, mail carrier, had over iL It left a gap about 80 feet wide and it will be sometime be- fore the road is opened. The main bridge over Salt Creek is scheduled to be rebuilt this summer so this will now re- quire two bridges instead of one. All creeks and lake ditches in the area have been running wild. ly out of their banks, but are now getting back into their ehannels. !Lowlands, however, are ,going' to have water on them for some time as the ground was already so saturated that it can't get away. The road to Lincoln was under water for a short time but a brok- en levee at the Deer Creek fish- ing area, released a heavy deluge and helped clear the water from the road. Many basements in Mount Pul- aski were flooded' with storm waters which the sewers couldn't handle fast enough. Pumps were installed at various points to help get the water out of the sewers to lessen the hazards of backup waters. Some basements in the country were also filled with wat- er following Sunday's heavy rain. G. Conrad Miller, county super- intendent of highways, has been making an inspection of the roads and said damage to the county secondary highways and town. ship roads has been tremendous, especially to ditches, filled hy eroding silt. Jim Koch, Co00=h, Resigns Position Jim Koch, coach at Mount Pul- aski township high school, has tendered his resignation and will return to Odin, Ill, where he had [coached several years before com- ing to Mount Pulaski last tall. He will take over again as coach of basketball and baseball as well as being advanced to assistant superintendent of the district. This offers a nice ad- vancement and speaks well for  his previous record there. While Hi,,topper teams have not been too successful this sea- son, Jim has made a lot of friends who will be reluctant to see him leave. (fBINED CON' AT HIGH  S(OOL MAY 21 A combined concert of the Mount Pulaski Township High School Band and the Chorus, will be held Sunday, May 21, at 3:00 i pyn, in the high school gym. More details next week. WANT TO FORM GIL$ 4.H LUB All girls who are interested in becoming 4-H members in Mount Pulaski should meet in the hack room of the Coffee Shop, Friday, May 12, at 4:30 p.m. DID YOU FORGET TO GIS1R AT GRADE SCHOOL? H you forgot to register your child for Kindergarten the 9th and 10th, you may fill out a blank in the office at the grade school ENNETH W. JOHNSON QUALIFIED FOR ROUND TABLE The Illinois Leader Round Table announces that Kenneth W. Johnson has qualified for the 3rd year of membership in this es- teemed state organization. Membership in this exclusive organization is limited to life underwriters who have met cer- tain professtonal requirements and Imve estahllshed sales re- cords of more than $500000 iper year. Mr. Johnson maintains :offices at 910 S. Spring, Mount Pulaski, and is associated in his :Imss/on wlth Business Men, Assurance Cmnpany. Stale rina H.eM _At Decah Frlday And Samrday Mount Pulaski musicians fine showing at the state eml- tests in Decatur on Friday and Saturday. The girls' chorus won a flint division rating and there were solos and ensembles that placed flrsL The band, which tailed to get out of the district last year, made it to the state this year and barely missed a first division rating there. The band, under the of Claus Tanner, although ing a fine showing, had to  for a second division rating the State contests in Decatur i day. But for an unfortunate cumstance in the contest, could have placed The comments of the their playing of regular were quite favorable, as "Very well rehearsed, ed band. This is a fine band. director overlooks almost no tails." "YOu do a fine Job. Nice and generally good 'rhis was a very good performance, in good taste, your efforts were spent in literature. You had a few but they were minor, The back on the road it so welL" This comment was one which showed improvement the band has the past two years under rection of Claus Tanner. Girls' Chorus Won Top Honms The girls chorus of Mount aski Township High their first state top Decatur, Friday under ti i tion of Dan McNabb. Comments of the exceptionally by the following: 'he group, over did a1 job of singing. They enjoy singing togeth choice of selections was lent." "You have a wonderful Good job i Very fine these girls -- it is rich, life." Numbers sung by cho-r eluded "How Lovely Aze Dwellings" and "He's way". WON TEN Ff]LST There were 10 Superior 7 Excellent and 3 Good, hi State Band Contest, held in! catur, May 5, at the iversity. i Those winning were: Susan Linda Harem, flute solo; on Wachter, bassoon solo Cooper, alto saxophore nie Prather, girls' Judy Lucas, alto clarinet Kay Cooper. Ruth StogdeU, phone duet; Linda Ham Rogers, flute duet; tet, Connie Stoll, Vie}de Passmore, Jo Ann Hook and Girls' Chorus. Excellent ratings went to hie Stoll, clarinet; Denny baritone treble clef; Diane John Kilhoffer, saxophone duet Mike Berg, duet; Karen King, Blaise Muth, Sally Ayers, clarinet Sue Ingrarn, Eva Gordon, Kafka, Susan 3aggl, horn tet; Janice Jaggi, Ron !Susan Jaggi, Jim Berg, [quartet. ptanTmO Folks are flowers tn aski for the You ? , : /