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u_nt Pulask.i Times-Newsy_ MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1951 ER 44 D00SY 00SON, LFirst Pulaski Industry Practica00.y House, Crowning May Queen. WIDOWpHy=a00.,00OF HERE,FOm00tZDI00I Assured,. 0ption" Secured 0n Location Concert. Exhibits Bring l 00oc.ffig ] Plant Will Employ Bates Ave., Springeld, Ill., THOS. F. CONAW&Y SChool Gym GRADE PUPILS ON died in her home at 4:5O a.m. on ......... a Ma 26, 1951 She was ]IE] A'I'UKIAY Tuesday v,,,r-srh?. ']['teP Satur.d y, . Y ...... =, " Mun-[ Thomas Franklin Conaway:  1O or More Men. .veglJts. The second grade pupils of the Dn;sicaa frmer lviount Pulaski  I11. at 1:30 p.m., Sat The first industry to be launch- of nights in the clos- Mount Pulaski Cons. grade school P Y " . . urday, May 26, 1951. He nan ed in Mount Pulaski with the of the Mount Pulas. took the annual class bus trip Daisy North was . oPrn .mlfarme d near Hillsboro for nine aid of local interests under the high school was the Thursday May 24. All 29 pupils, Rochester, her parents Demg plo- [ years, and recently sufterea a initiative of the local Chamber  ,,,+,.'h,, thoir teacher. Mrs neers of that community. r. ] heart attack.  of Commerce, is well on the way open house which _.,,.:%  __- .._. ,,,,t,,,., ...... oaduated from tne| r Conawav was born norn to becoming a reality. gym-filled audl- 'ranK Jone anu uu. ,,,,- vu,v,, , ....... Q,,t,.,,,, ,D th trio Harry medical school of Northwester 1 of Illiopolis, Ill., a son of Frank Several meetings with factory nlghL o.;.,,: .... "Y- -';----- " -,-: ..... it,, at Evanston in 1vo,| and Martha Blackford Conaway. representatives and Chamber of of the Queen of Mllner orove ine vus. .r..c.o .. ., f, u left for Decatur at the then began the. praeuee, o He spent all but 12 years in Commerce directors, was follow- Hein, opened the The gro p ........... *,, ,edieine in Mt. PulasKi, oemg Mount Pulaski and vicinity. Be- ed with a special meeting being program. The  a.m. The Ilrsz stop was =it .=,- ,,. the throne was Meadow Gold Dairy, where a associated with Dr. P. H. Oyler. fore going to Hillsboro commun- he junior girls in conducted tour was enjoyed by During this period he married ity, he operated a gas station on an archway of all. They next visited the Decat- Miss North. After five years Dr. U. S. Route 66, at Elkhart and senior girls, also ur Airport and after lunch in and Mrs. Munson left for Europe also in Mount Pulaski. who formed the Nelson Park, they went to Fair- Where her husband took post Besides his wife, he is survived on the Phyl- view Park to see the bear cubs graduate work in Vienna, Austria by his fatheF, Frank Conaway, and and deer. After playing a sh and the University of Gottingen, of New Holland; three brothers, little flower girls, time on the playground Germany, While in Vienna their Ralph and Orville, of Mount Pu- t and Kathleen Koehl- ment, all boarded the bus daughter, Mary E. Munson, was laski, and Raymond of Spice- born. In 1899 they located in land, Ind.; and three sisters, Mrs. William Warren of Spice- in the pathway headed for home. Dolores Hein, Wednesday, May 23, the 27 Springfield. Her husband died in Springfield on October 2, 1947. land, Ind.; Mrs. Pearl Greenley, was carried by Ber- pupils of the 4th grade, accomp- Decedent is survived by one living in Wisconsin; and Mary Johnny Kelly. anied by their teacher, Miss Jes- the throne, Marllyn sic Turley, made a bus trip to daughter, Miss Mary Munson of Jane Conaway of Chicago. Following funeral services in queen since Springfield, with Harry Mllner Springfield. Hillsboro at 2 p.m. Monday, the her throne and driving the bus. Following a con- Funeral services were held in tw, upon the new ducted tour through the Pepsi- St. Paul s Episcopal Cathedral in remains were brought to Mount coming year. Cola Bottling Co. plant, a it Springfield, on Monday, May 28, Pulaski cemetery for burial. was played was made to to the Abraham Lln- at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. D. K. Reinders. MIS coln Home, Museum and Tomb. Montgorery, dean, officiating. Over One-hall Logan the high school All enjoyed lunch at Lincoln Burial was in Oak Ridge ceme- COU Students/ director. Park. tery, Springfield. chorus of the high Mrs. Munson was well-known U. d I. From Pulaski HS -" n" o.. . .be shpped to various parts of job of singing  GIlltDF. pupiL s He: laski. E H Lukenbill of Lincoln, sup- s concert HIGH SCHOOL MAY 0.8 ureate :: ghlight of the even- was the concert Thirty-three pupns of the Mr. Here Sunday Nsght [now attending the U. of I., are| Robert Steinfort and Eddi; band under the Pulaski Consolidated grade The first of the .closing a.cvi'[toUsJ [eheM nt PulasklrMalerieh of Lincoln, ow ;a Wernt7. Inter- school received their ties of thel.951_sc..ool vltts[ The sPurve was made at the, operators of the plant, have al, i: the band numbers ;from Harry Van Hook, at Mount Pulaski .lgn, on%un  request of Mrs Merritt M Wil- ready placed their order for ex, winning ensem- of the board of education, at baccalaureate servlces. .... scuuul" [ liams, Chestnut, who was'elect- tensive manufacturing equip, quartet and high school on Monday night, day evening at the ntgn "[ - ,,resident of Illinois Mothers' ment. The former will move tO the brass sex. [ ;nMeraeYJs tahjlSeCreleUncietYtsndl " Past six years all Rev. Robert Wilkes, of the ir- a div00lon rat 0000tian church, gave the ad Thes00aker of thme00007'o00g 0000i;ersity As00ia% o quartet were Vera dress to the graduating class Rev. F.E. rNc u w]Y Rev Rob which looks after he o.o00 l McCain, Gordon by pupils of the grade school, e a ay Shirley Marshall. The processional was played by [ were Wendell and Phyllis Schaffenacker. The two and cornet, grade school singing groups uu benediction. Carolyn Sullivan, John Williams, iervlce on page 1;D splendid renditions of" sexe [By L Numbe 'and chorus number, "Music in Musical numbers were quite Don Kinert, JamesRobertHOrn,christensen,William . ,, .. arge the Air" and Pale Moon, ..u S enjoyable with Miss Lois Schaf- Myrick, Jr., der the direction of Mr . .._ fenacker playing as a piano solo, Edward Curtis, Frank Voile, John Rodeo Connelly, vocal instructor oz ,he Lake At Evening;" Miss Sidenstiek, Robert Smith. Mariann Dana, a flute solo, "Ro- From other places in the eoun- Cemetery Never lla music in the school, mance," and a mixed ehor. ty the number of students are Members of the class are.:.-- from the high school under the as follows: Atlanta, 2; Emden, 2; More Beautiful Phyllis Plaster, Betty Rumn, Beason, 1; and Lincoln, 6. Than Yestelay Donald H. Stoll, Wanda Lou direction of Mrs. G. S. Connelly, '. June 16 shanle, R/ty Taylor, Wayne Wil-pleasing their audience with two ham, Bill Rldgeway, Wanda L sacred numbers, "Holy, Lord WILL BE MARRIED The green-carpetlng of God and "O Sing Your Songs. SUNDAY, JUNE Sxd Pulaski's City of the Dead Sams, Judith Anderson, Barbara Miss Cozette Rothwell, Mount hanced with a wealth of flower pollort! L Browniee. Mary IL W'_aehter, The ever-impressive candle- Pulaski, and Leslie Slack Jr., of fashioned into tributes of r Jerry L Riedle, Donald .lVlC" m. light recessional of the mem- Indianapolis, Ind., will be mar- memory for those of Rosemary Thornton. Shirley bers of the senior class, with Rev. Ray O. Zumstein as soloist, ac- ried at 2 p.m., Sunday, June 3, transformed this sacred spot Stout, Donald waaueu, copanied by Mrs. zumsm, inFriendsthe MethodiStare invited.Church" tONevera varitablehad thisgardensacred Ofspotflowerlook, Scheuler, Janet for the 4.H Tractor Ayers, Duane H. Tu_rl_ey, ,-,..m was the climax of the evening, i ed more beautiful, and we held on the north t, ,,u. tuart V. two  .... like to give credit to Bill Renner , ......... ' ...... Softball Se'as00n 0pens.Summer Play Square in Mount Pu- Mac Wines, Norma jean c. , and his good wife, 16, are coming in ..... lltha-- Larry o'Brlen, who hav done such a Ronaa!  ", ..... good show is assur. Donnaon, CharlesM" RoerS,conaway,Lll]ylmLe '.Mac .as- Next Tuesday Nsght: 1 Game job thereLlnefOr manYof MarchYears" confined tO mem- William L. Kuhns, wmm The day's program, following and the win- McCubbln, Robert H. Ryan. a nice trophy Will Have Only ,'Mutt', Gaffney as manager, the usual pattern, was favored with a bright, sunshinny after-= and third places- also be eligible MRS. MARY I. S Wt One League Game There will only be one regu- lar game each Tuesday and noon with not a cloud to threat County Fair DIED AT ,ELGIN Each Night. i Thursday nights, starting at 8 en the ceremonies that have The county o'clock so that games should be a part of Mount Pulaski tradi- eompete in the Mrs. Mary K. Swan, 70, who Softball will get going Tues- over by not later than 9:30. Any tion for many a year. The par, curtain raisers that may be play- ade, forming on the east side at the State had lived in San Jose for se'er- day night, June 5 at the Tom- al years, died Sattf.dayrnnog' linson Recreation Center when ed will be required to finish by the city square and headed bF axe to furnish their May 26, 1951 in me r,s, " the opening game of {he four- 7:45the regularS as nOtschedule.tO Interfere with theFuitenCOlorguardAmericanOf Legionthe Ryman-post,. or make their own to have one to She was born near Chestnut, team league will find BoJae's will be on the  daughter of W. L. and Eliza. mixing it with the High School Preliminaries will be games then the colorful school band, team. 1 between girls' teams and any of Codition of beth Clark and was married to The other two teams in the!the younger boys who will field (Continued on page 5) of tractor; driv- Michael J. Swan in 1900. ---,* lea e will be Carleton Drake s I teams. Playground activities this course, and Survivors are: five sons, u- gu ,,= ..... hav,ronedlsummer should enable at least BAIA IRISH WEDS team versus - .....  r- HAROLD Mutt" GAFFNEY trailer, ford and Everett, of San _jose; b Joe Schroth and  Ruwe-ltwo or three teams to play cur. is in charge of the Lester, of Aurora; _ .Kl,h Y ......... on ThUrsday |tain raisers from time to time. Mr. and Mrs. John Irish, [ They Wlll ope.n p,Y ....... 't, ili [ Roman Romer is planning on Elkhart, announce the mm  prospective Bunker Hill, Ind., and jonn w t There s a strong v .... - ,, . ,, the Army in Korea; and two aau- nigh'.ot anomer" ..... am -etting lined-[fielding a midget team. a:hir daughter, Barbara contact him. ghtm  Dellt _.Auier,,feySao ty . er and if it does| The high school athletes are d Gaffney of Lake Fork, on: sponsored by u ror the summ " P ..... -^ --,ade next[ fielding a team for the summer Monday, May 28. They are on Chamber of jose, and Mr mary ,,.=-b -, announcemen cele | using only ball players who are wedding trip to Florida,' and J0 Amm were remuv------- to wee w,= =,o, + enter the[ in high school. They should fur- lowing their return will live J the home in n . The . b=m  with] nish some tough competition,, , .... . leagu w, . ..... " called recently for the entire membership. At the last meeting a decision to go ahead with plans to finance the buying of a suit- able location and the erection of a building was given the green light. Between $9,000 and $10,000 will be needed to finance the building project and more than a third of the money was subscribo: ed before the meeting adjourned. Finance committees have been working on the balance of the a- mont needed and they report that the drive is practically complete. Interest will be paid on the In- vestment by the promoters with the privilege of buying the build* ing. The new industry, which is to be started here is a corn cob pro- cessing plant, in which the eob would be ground into various siz- es as well as into powder form to ......