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Mount PulaskL IlL, THURSDAY, MAT 11, 1961 LEAGUE OFFICERS , elected in the Wal- ue of the Zion Luther- are as follows: Gene Schmidt; vice- president, Gene Yagow; secretary, Maxheimer; treasurer, Carol ; Christmas Seals :Chairman, Bill McCormick, Christ- Growth Chairman, Lois Ten- i These officers will be installed in the regular Worship Services 21st. Some of the events for the New ne Area of the Walther Lea- are: May 30, Memorial Day at Camp Cilca; May 21, ling at Springfield; June 18, Field Meet; July 16-21, League Camp at Camp Aug. 19-20, Walther Lea- at Normal; Nov. at Mason City. An ice cream social will be by the local Walther the evening of the clos- :of Vacation Bible School on 18th. GIRL PLAYING BAND lth Myrfck, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Francis Myrick, Mount playing tile piccalo, was member of the 85-piece Illinois Normal University Concert which presented its annual gprlng concert in Capen Auditor- in Normal on Wednesday, r 10th. The program was open to the public. COUPLE ANNOUNCE MENT OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder, of announce the engage- of their daughter, Jeanne, John Thomas Smith, son of and Mrs. Raymond Smith of plan to me married iiL Before valuables are mlss|ng ask us about Farmers Auto All- Risk Protection for personal Imsessions. Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phmze SW 2.5215 ]rl', PUISKL ILL. Fire and Casu4dty Insurance ) Still Time To Order Genealogy Book For $5.00 Orders for "And She Held Forth Her Hand" will be taken until the supply of copies is exhausted, so reports Mrs. William Dittus. The reason for asking for the ad- vance orders was to get an idea as to how many copies to have printed. Orders are still being taken. It is interesting to know that the history and genealogy of Mt. Pulaski has been compiled in a manner that the libraries are or- dering copies for their shelves. The book will be placed in. the library of Congress. The Illinois State Library has placed its order. 'The Mt. Pulaski Library will have it. The Mr. Pulaski High School has placed its order as have the churches of the community. Many inquiries have been made as to whose name is included in the genealogy. If you, your moth- er or father or grandparents lived ]in Mt. Pulaski township, then i your name is included. If you still have any doubt, call Mrs. Gay- land Green. The book will contain 115 pag- es of history. Over 500 family names are included in the 165 pages of genealogy and there will be many pages of pictures. The book now contains 300 pag- es, yet the price was based on a 200.page book. The book can be ordered any time. It will also be on sale during the week of July 22 - 29. The orders have i been encouraging, over half of the goal has been reached. SUNDAY DINNER ENJOYED AT FORREST MUELLER HOME In Lincoln, Sunday, May 7, a dinner was served in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Muellelr and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mueller and daughtrs, Denise and Marlene, in The following were present: Mount Pulaski: Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Muel- let, daughters Chrissy, Cindy, Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis French and daughter Judith. Maroa: Mr. and Mrs. Delward Leimbach and children, Billy, Ann and Lynn. Beason: Mr. and Mrs. Robert :rwin. Lincoln: Mrs. Bertha Koller, VIrs. C. Applegate. An ice cream social will be held in the St. John's Luthercm church., basement,_. Wednesday, May 17. Serving will start at 5 lm, CHESTNUT TT I"TT]II3VI Ft. Campbell, Ky. He entered the "--'X"'--'--IArmy in August 1959 and COrn- BAKE SALE SATURDAY pleted basic training at Ft. Leon- Auxiliary lard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old ofThethe AmeriCancimstnut.BeasonLegion Post 848, soldier graduated from Lincoln Community high school in 1958. held their meeting at the hall] Monday, May 1. A bake sale will be held at the Obery Grocery Store on Saturday, May 13, for the purpose of pur- chasing an 80- cup automatic electric coffee-maker. Donations should be there by 9 a.m. It was reported that most of the members ovserved the Civil Oper- ation Opal on April 28th. Mabel Wilham and Shirley Hayes are on the Poppy commit- tee. They would like for girls to volunteer to sell Poppies on Sat- urday, May 27. On Memorial Day, May 30, flowers are going to be made in bouquets for the cemetery. AnY one in the community is welcome to bring flowers to the hall by 10 a.m., so that bouquets can be made. Boys In Service Jerrod L. Renner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Renner, North I Washington St., graduated from recruit training, April 22 at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, Ill. John E. Ryan, son of Mrs. Ethel Ryan of this city, graduated from recruit training, Friday, April 28, at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Donald W. Gillum, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gillum, Mt. Pul- aski, Ill., was recently promoted to the grade of airman le in the U.S. Air Force at Ent Air Force Base, Colo. He is assigned to the 461.tth Transportation Squadron, and came to Ent from Iwo Jima in December, 1959. His unit, an element of the 4600th Air Base Wing, helps sup- port Headquarters of the Air De- ------ ......... - .... ------ ............. -" [lense Command, the major air Army PFC Glenn M. Meredith,[command responsible for defend- son of Mrs. Bettie L. Meredith of ling the United States against an Williamsville and Orville Mere-]enemy air attack. dith of Sherman, is scheduled to[ In carrying out its mission the participate from May 1-15, with lAir Defense Command employs other personnel from the 101st the latest type supersonic jet Airborne Div. 187th Inf. in Long Thurst, a NATO training exercise in Europe. Meredith, .regularly as- signed as a machine-gunner in the Infantry's Company E at Ft. Campbell, Ky., entered the Army in August 1959, and was last sta- tioned at Fort Riley, Kans. Army Specialist 4 Phillip E. Maxheimer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maxheimer, RR. 3, Lincoln, is scheduled to participate from May 1 to 15 with other personnel of the 101st Airborne Div. 187th Infantry in Long Thrust, a NATO training exercise in Europe. He is regularly assigned as a clerk in the Infantry Headquarters Co. at fighter-interceptor, rockets and missiles. Army Pvt. Jerry W. 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