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P I k Ti N nt u i mes ews MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS. THUHSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961 IqOM--fiRR 46 2, .," ,in, Mrs R Harper to Sunday BOOKED JUNE 26 AT ORLANDO HOTEL Age of 100 J Band has accepted an invitation H. S. Band to appear at the Hotel Orlando, Parade in Decatur, as guests and to pro- un  vide the entertainment at the De- Volunteer Fire De- catur Rotary Club, over the noon the annual hour, Monday, June 26th. Will Observe : : Saturday The Kitchen Band and the Mt. SIL TENNIAL CHORUSI KITCHEN Quiet Anniversaryt. : : June 3 and 4th. Pulaski high school band will m . :, Will get underway march in the Homecoming Parade 9UARTE T With the Children's Par- at Buffalo on Sunday, June 2. BAND, IN CONCERT, Is In Free Health A Junior Fire Fight- New engagements booked by Mrs. Richard T. Harper, weU, will be held at 3 the Kitchen Band include appear- Big Bake Sale SIX GRADUATED known and esteemed resident of will be presented  ances at an Eastern Star meeting Mount Pulaski for a great many school band, at 5 in IlliopoUs, following their regu- Will Also Be Held AT LAKE FORK ON years, will quietly observe Will be a home-talent lar meeting at 9 p.m., June 12; j[urdal June 10 FRIDAY EVENING 1, birthday anniversary Sat. : p.m., followed by a at the talent show, featuring urday, June 3, 1961, at her h dance, candidates for the Queen, spun- Three hundred and seventy-six Six students were graduated on North Washington SL chicken dinner will be sored by the various firms, June Sil-Tennial Belles will sponsor a from the Lake Fork school at Mrs. Harper, who is the form, at 11:30 a.rn., i19, here in Mount Pulaski; and, food sale at the First National Commencement ExerciSes, Friday, er Clara Belle Koonts, was until late in the the Latham Ice Cream Social, Bank Building on the south side May 26, at the Lake Fork Christ. in New Lexington, Ohio June July 15th. of the square, Saturday, June 10, an Church. 1861. In her young womanhood : The Kitchen Band group has beginning at 5 p.m., and lasting Lindis Oglesby played the pro- she came to Logan County, Homecoming par- also been asked to be guests at a mtil the food is sold out, or the cessional, "Pomp and Circum- inois, to visit her sister, lanc start at 1 pxn. sharp, party at the home of Mrs. Nor- entertainment is ended, stance". Amanda, wife of Jerry June 4, according to man Schahl this Saturday night. With 376 Belles furnishing the The invocation was given by who lived in the French's Clmp* : parade chairman. This group is very popular and food for the sale, you are bound the Rev. Edward Tesh. A vocal el community, about 6 mll: e parade will in- State School has done and is doing a great to find something that you can solo was sung by Marjorie Iden northwest of Mount Pulaski. Bugle Corps, Mount deal, toward advertising the com- use for Sunday dinner, in the line a student of Lincoln Bible In- At the Matthews home on high school ing celebration, as well as en- of cakes, pies, rolls, coffee cakes, stitute. Belle Kitchen tertaining with their fine music, eggs, chickens, home-made nood- Robert Gasaway, principal and 28, 1886, she was united in the Brothers o of the les, salads, etc. Donations from teacher of the graduates, present- riage to Richard T. eel Perfect Attendance Certificates native of the old Plainview viein- Grad ted anyone not a Belle, will also be "Paddy Wagon", 43 ua greatly appreciated, to Donny Neal, Pegy Neal and ity northwest of Mount and 125 horses. Donuts and coffee will be serv- Carol Baughman. Others who had The ceremony was performed ] horses will be ridlden At Gde School ed during evening, for a small i earned certificates, but who were the late Rev. T. T. Holton of of the Trail Riders unable to attend graduation ex- coin, who was a Forty-three members of the 8th fee. grade graduating class received Entertainment will be provided ercises, were: Gene Mileham; Rose Christian minister in Chenoweth and Jimmy Baugh- inois. their diplomas on Friday even- by the Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus, CHORUS ing at Commencement Exercises Sil-Tennial Belles Kitchen Band man. Their country place in thelold Lee Taylor, Principal of the Mr. Plainview school district w : MONDAY held at the grade school, and Brothers of the Brush quar- Pulaski Township High School known as the Maple Lawn Fan The Rev. John Muir, pastor of tet. rehearsal of the chor- the First Methodist Church, gave Everyone come in full attire gave the address, stressing al- and there they enjoyed many willl be held the address, stressing the points, during the evening. Photogra- ways to do one's be., no mat- happy years and the L-iendship Of : grade school. '"rhink For Yourself" and "As- phers are coming from various ter what job they are undertak- a large acquaintance. After a : of singers is de- sume Responsibility". newspapers and TV stations are ing. number of years, they gave Up is short. Joseph Kafka, principal of the being contacted in hopes that they Mr. Gasaway presented the farming for a time and m is to sing all three school, presented the class and'will be present with their cam- Cla of '61, and Edward Alls- into lount Pulaski. inch, president "of the' Board of for a few years, and the pageant, under the stated that this class was the eras. of Mrs Helen Hoblit. rst to have attended Kinder- This was planned at regular Education, awarded the diplomas returned to their country meeting of the Belles, May 25. It to, Phillip Austin, Charlotte Bohn, After a period of time they the music have garten at the school. Mr. Kafka also recognized those was then fumed over to the Ways Evelyn Creager, Mary Ann Phil- had the urge to be back in! - in the class who had been mem- & Means Committe, with chair- lips, Donald Neal and Cheryl Her husband was born in hers of the Safety Patrol, Chorus, man, Mrs. Grace Buckles. Welch. cabin in the Plainview Nick I Marjorie Iden played numbers district, a son of e s Baseball team, Basketball team, on the vibra-harp and Rev. Tesh Permelia Harper. During Track team, Cheerleaders, 3ndt ' NATIONKLL-KNOWN gave the benediction, tive years following his On Sale  who haa recelvea pv,,c,. ! The recessional, "March From retirement, he carried the attendance awards. Larry Wub [CAER FOR DANCE - Aida" was played by Lindis between the post can now purchase ben was the only pitcher wno l TFla n Oglesby. Illinois Central station. nickels to be used as had pitched 10 games without J .b Dawsn,o S, arhao , 1 Following the death of and during the SU ..... Io, I wltt De u ca ............. "---" ' """ e Dance on Harper a They may be George McGee, president of the  real Western Squar SIL.TENNIAL BELLE CHORUS number of years either bank. Board of Education, presented the Saturday night, July 22, the up- TO REHEARSE JUNE Ist Mrs. Harper continued tO will be used in graduates with their diplomas, ening day of the celebration. The Sil-Tennial Belle Chorus her home at the present and will be hun- , - Guy. Otto Kerner will be here will hold practices on Thursday, abode. She is a member of 1st and Tuesday, June 6th, Mount Pulaski Christian place f business as The merchant will Third Anniversary for the evening program and will June crown the Sil-Tennial Queen as at 8 p.m. Mrs. Harper has two sons ]iV, redeem the nickels he Of Big E00q00lodon well as lead the grand march for The next Pageant Chorus prac- ing, Harry of Decatur, and at the close of the the dance, tice will be held on Monday, E., of Washington, D.C. A The holder of any Todd, lure! 1, 1561, is the Dancing will be from 8 to 11. June 5th, at 8 p.m. Ward, died in recent years. nickels may also cash   d t  ::: at the banks if he so gigantic explosion .o., :39 SENIORS GRADUATED MONDAY nnv nickels are another 1958. .,-L ,.. d advertising the Sil'- hundreds [[NIGHT AT MOUNT PULASKI HIGH Memorial Servmes and will makeup Mount Pulmdd's - SOuvenirs for those who 125- utah, win be Judge Samuel O. a., Susan Jaggi. Sophomores: them or send them  tharoughIy in  Cheryl Sutton, Vicky Passmore, l-pee Sfl-Tmmlm Sw S.Rker JoAnn Van Hook. Juniors: Sherry Mount Pulaski reverently u For The Occasion Davis, Marian Dierker, Linda honor to its war dead in COMMUNITY Reserve your bound coPY Hamm. Seniors: Lois Ahrens, Ray traditional parade and PRACTICE now, if you have not al- Thirty-nine seniors were gradu- Deibert, Margaret Eberle, Sharon on Tuesday afternoon. Community reacly done so. - ated at Commencernent exercises Green, Joe Kelly, Ronald Sto]l, hold its first rehearsal held Monday evening, May 29, Nancy Walch. With the sunny to order for the occasion, JUne 5, at 9fl;anhigh dy Sal at the Mount Pulaski Township Charles Anderson, member of units assembled on the east 7 to Can On e high school gymnasium, the Board of Education, present- o][ the public square and lnstrth-nent is welcome For Ue . The speaker, Judge Samuel O. ed the diplomas to the graduates, t marched down Washington Smith, based his addresson the Sunday evening, May 28, the the cemetery. Led by the June 3, is title of the book "Men To Match annual Candlelight service was can Legion Color Guard, the This Saturday, e Tanner is the director, day for the Candy Sale sponsor- :Our Mbuntains," by Irving Stone. used along with the Baccalaure- of march included the ed by the Lions Club to help J It was a very inspirational and ate service. Rev. Paul Burdick Pulaski Township High OF Mr. finance Little League baseball thought provoking address, one was the speaker on this occasion. Band, th e Fire Department, WOMAN'S CLUB in Mount Pulaski. which held the attention of audi- Brownie Scouts, Boy Scouts, Kretzinger, pres- Little League ball players will ence and graduates throughout. SIL.TENNIAL ASSOCIATION Girl Scouts. Mount Pulaski Wo- make a house-to-house canvass, The Mixed Chorus and the Sen- TO MEET FRIDAY, JUNE 9 After the younger has called a board offering the candy at $1.00 a box. participated in sev- the procession had placed Tuesday, June 6 at 2 Buyers will have a choice of - ior Girls each club room at the Chocolate - Coated Cremes or eral vocal numbers. The Sil-Tennial Association will flowers at the base of the Mr. Taylor, principal of the hold a very important meeting, pole, the services continued All chairmen Chocolate Cocoanut Candy. as well as In anticipation of a heavy de- school presented the graduating when final plans will be corn- :'My Buddy" being played are asked to be mand for the delicious candy, the class members and also the mem- pleted for the July 22.29 Cele- band, a short, but make plans for the Lions Club has ordered 50 cases, bets of the other three classes bration, Friday, June 9, at 7:30 adress by Rev. Edward M. work. All proceeds from the sale will who received Honor Student A- p.m. at the Library. and then the, salute to float commit- go to the Little League fund. wards for an average of 45 or variousAll officerS,Sil.Tennialchairmengroups,Of andthe dead by the firing squad, to be there at 1 p. All Little Leaguers report at above for the year. Those riv. ed by taps and the With Mrs. Kretzinger Fire Department, Saturday at 4 ing awards were: Fes_ hrnen, anyone else interested, are urged them. Rev. John Muir gave : on the float ,o'clock, to start candy sale. Shelia Wilham, Maxine Van r-os- to attend. (5-8) invocation and benediction.