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z unt Pulaski Tirnes-News.00 ___.__..--  MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, LOGAN COUNTY THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 Art Thou." tt  the title to a bewuU- um Well be allled to City of the De, I Roy(2. Fradey, 3 5. Graduates !o Receive IWa00 Veteran, ID,rPlOmouaS at H,gh School Died In East . !Vote on Wheat Died May ,Oth, " a NI h+ /Quotas Saturday - "Character, First Gain of Education" Rev. F. E. Neumeyer Was Baccalaureate Speaker Sunday t Iks so serenely beautiful . Washincjton, D.C. Tomow (Friday) evening will bring to a close another very suc- . Principal axaendments to wheat in Its setting wad Roy C. Frailey, native of Mount cessful school year at Mount Pu- Pulaski, and forr resident of laSki township high school when Decatur, who has been in govern- 35 youthful graduates will receive their diplomas- ment .hospitals most of the time Prof. chris A. DeYoung, head of since returning from France after the Department of Education of :he World War, died Saturday, Illinois state Nornal, will give the May 10, 1941, in Washington, D. principal addreSs, speaking on ;C., and was buried in Arlington "Old and New careers for Mod- ldlYIed for t all ?i t at this season with zroch of MemoriaZ an marketing quota provisions just enacted into law raise the excess marketing penalty rate and the qualification for voting in the ref- erendum Saturday, it is announc- ed by Harry S. Martin, chairman of the Logan County Agricultural Conservation Committee. "The greatest achievement is knowing how to live. There Is only one who achieved this art of liv- ing, who was perfect in it. n&xfly, our Lord, JeSus ChrisL" said IV. F. E. Neumeyer in the Baccainul- ate Address given Sunday even/rig, May 26, in the high school nasium. "Character is the first gain of education. The missing llnk be- tl I  calling attention tt there are some ekrge of the assoefm,- mad will neono's mind wlmt nflVya done, aml not kapt lot mr this Shlg " tt are too far away to their lots are cared for make arrangements period of the cemetery, according to word re- ern Youth." Special music will be furnished ceived by Decatur friends. Frailey, who was about 45 years by a string trio and vocal solos old, was gassed in action in furnished by Normal University France, and never recovered from students. the effects. He had been in a vet- Clas Night I[PPY One . erans' hospital in the Tennessee Tle Mount Pulaski Township mountains for several years, and High School is always a scene of recently was transferred to a great activity during commence- Washington hospital for an opera- week, which began Friday May 23, at 8 p. m., wit the ever tion. While the surgeons at W ashing- interesting ClaSS Night program. ton were awaiting permission from The usual large audience was pres- Frailey's sisters in Miami, Florida, ent to enjoy the musical and other t$ to perform the operation, Frailey events. folks here might died. An autopsy revealed he had An added feature for ClaSs mmlstance in going a tumor on the brain. Night was the changing of the evening and per- Mr. Frailey was born in Mount Crowning of the Queen of May to Shnple task for those Pulaski, the son of Jacob and Sat- this program from the former 'Op- ah Frailey, the family living on en House' night. b  ti people would Soutl Spring street. Roy was Miss Pearl stoll, Senior, was tl splendid act quite yung when the family loca- crowned as May Queen of 1941 in ted in Decatur. HiS parents died an impressive ceremonY- She was several years ago, and he is sur- preceded to the throne by a group According to the new provisions the penalty rate for farmers who market more than their wheat quota will be 50 per cent of the basic loan rate on wheat The rate is being raised fro 15 cents a bushel. Only farmers who planted more than 15 acres of wheat will be af- fected by quotas, according to an- tween character and eduction is knowing how to live. What wt become in life is a result of wha$ we learn. Chrimt showed tiJ tim way. "Christ is the way out ft'olla darkness to everything poIble. He is the way to a higher way of living. This is the pleasamt w1ty walking with Christ who is our best friend. He is the truth and v other change. This means farmers are what we think. It cannot be must raise more than 15 acres to otherwise. We have to live with otrselves and we are agrl. To live is christ." He closed by saying, "H we walk with Christ, think with Christ, our life will be a grit ffuccess." Reverend-Netmyer gave tl be eligible to vote in the refer- endum The liSt of eligible voters on May 31 at each one of the polling places in the county will contain the names of those farmers. In cases where no report has been rcle on the amount of wheat Invocation and the Benlctioma raised on a farm, the vote may be An excellent mtmlcal program was challenged and an investigation given as follows: made within five days after the ProcessionalHigh hool chestra, Paul Merry, Director. Cace---"Dragon Fly". by Ssa- ders---High School Orcheea. "Hear Ye, Israel", by Mtdol- ssohnMiss Frances NA'. education girls ; A wheat producer who raisos tribute to those rived by only two sisters, Mrs. of dancing physical referendum- umed on, a word of Ben Knight and Mrs. Alice Mar- who were attired in pink costumes. Following these dancers, the court, than his quota may posbpone Inore m/ght well be giv- shall, both of Miami.  or avoid the marketing penalty by and women who are Until the last few years Mr. consisting of junior girls, robed in pastel formals, took their places for this bemUful sane- Fratley had paid occasional visits i storing his marketing excess and in front of the s tag:e arms of the t make a corresponding reduction in [' Violin Solo--"Medittion"--Mr. to Decatur. Senior girls, on . this next year s planting [Paul Merry. . senior boys, entered hTle: t taking ! " [ "Praise Ye The Father", by (l- Old M h 10WEN R. GOODPASTEIthe boys nod__Paul Moore. Prod MerrY, ting these people ront of tne sttge  " : Wilbur Stoll, Gene Cslegr. not a project et 1['C $ seats on the stage W ....... were seated m f REUEIVE8 POSITI tt G with the juniors . ] Cwen R Goodpaster of Mount , 00.h=.on of, oing to Retire tt Brooker, maio-or- " . MiSS Be Y .... er Miss[ Pulaski received an appblntment WILL S]FONSOR IT)RY WOrds of eonnmenda-  At the close of business satur- honor, was next to e.t . blue ast Friday as assistant receiver HOUR FOR CHII2[IP members of from every and from day, May 31, Eugene G. pnney, Brooker was attired in a pale Officers and board live elsewhere but have now 85 years old, and Mount Pu- formal carrying a bouquet of pink for the Logan County Building nd Loan Association, Lincoln, it the Mount Pulaski Ibrary Club this snettmaT, laski's oldest merchant; will retire and blue flowers, was announced in Springfield by will sponsor a Story Hour for eil- tl-e office of State Auditor L,ueder dren during the months of Jun0 from the grocery b usiness, after The queen e: d next wearing - ::t t is pd the coming having been located on the a pale pink fo with a white new and July. All those duties in the Lincoln office the ages 5 to 10 years, will be many feet trod side of the square ror a , lace veil and train. Her bouquet Mr. Goodpaster will begin hm emd may every rest- many years. He has been identi was a mixture of pink, white and flowers. She was followed first part of June as assistant to come at the library rooms latttt lmmmaetely prelm fled with the hnsiness interests ot i purpl e girls Myra Kay Jake Hill of Decatur who was re. day afternoon, June 7, from $i$0 its bit of cmnfort s! the city for over a half century, hy the flower centlY named receiver, to 4:30 o'clock. lve loved ones and is well and favorablY known, and Joan Carol Downing. Ood,sgretglseen and ls a great many friends. Uponher arrival at the stage' Grade Pupils Stage Fine bHe was born in AUgusta, Me., i MiSS Stoll was cro wned bY the '40 to Mount Pulaski m [queen ' MiSS Alice Stockton, who and came School Program &" lgOWlgR 1885, at fii'st going into the gro-had been awaiting th e newqueen's Closing OMIJtY "cery business with his brother'[n" i ascension. After the crown was ,,,,. services will law, J. F. Ford, and is subsequent placed on her head, the new queen took her plaCe on the throne. m. Sunday, June 1, years has operated a grocery and ceme- feed business, with the exception five miles north of about five years, when he was A short ad- employed at the flour mill on: made by Rev. J. and the graves of' Veterans will be de- are 28 veterans country cejnetery. Soutl Vine street. He was in dif- ferent locations, but for the long- est period of time was in the pre- sent location. Mr. Phinney will sell the bal- ance of his stock and fixtures at auction Saturday afternoon, begin- ning at 1:30 a'clock. MICHIGAN formerly of wh .... v ' FORMER RESIDENT no has veen n " I ...... __-- /t][l[ Reach, near Hava- - - -" 6030 Woodiaw years, writes the 1 Charles ttupie m . . from Top-in-A-Bee, venue, Chicago, who is a patient he is at the hotel in the convalescent Home at Mid- day and woodlawn in that city, suffered a slight paralytic stroke about two weei, ago, according to word received here. Mr. Ruple and family lived in Mount pulaski many years ago. After tl procession and Miss toll was crowned, the flower girls presented their bounties of spring flowers to the senior girls ThiS year each class presented a number for the program and with :he sophomores first presented a musical ensemble, composed of Juanita Vail, Audrey Melster, Rho- da schaffenaeker, Robert crist- ensen, Alice Cook, L. K, Buckles, Harold Sisk, and Robert Matthews, started with a festive the evening atmOsphere. Next was the freshman contrib" uten with Edwin Goodpaster ren- dering several vocal solos. Follow- ing this Mary Alice Buckles gave a reading, ,.Rocking Chairs'" Richard LaatsCb gave a piano solo for tn J {continued on Page Sixteen) Novel and Patriotic Numbers Draw Much Applause One of the blggeSt and most en- joyable events of the year in the Mount Pulaski grade school actlv- [ties was enacted Monday evening, May 26, when the school was op- ened to the public for inspection of the many excellent projects in the various rooms. The work of the children showed great merit, and the large crowd in attendance was delighted with the exbitions of [their talent in a number of direc- tions. All the teachers are to be commended for their efforts and patience in instructing the grl and boys that they might learn things worth while. At 8 o'clock an outdoorl Pro" gram was given, and it was by the biggest event ever attempt by the pupLis. The program hegan with tumbling acts by the boy i thephysical educaUon flft to eighth gTIM lxtcluve. At 8:30 o'clock It w quits dark and the flood llffltta turned out. At LM time the dren from the lower grad, 114 number, lined up for tllelr car parade, the ears lutvlng designed by tlem as an art Ject. They slowly moved the school and down the to the lower the audience burst forth i "I for the summer sea to see some of friends come up is good." leave for the re-