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1NI ASHES SPONSORING TRIP MONDAY; TO ST. LOUIS OPERA BANDMASTER The Music Unit of the Woman's ashes of the late Julian Club will again sponsor a trip Webster, who died in Lo., to St. Louis, Mo. to attend the Calif., Feb. 15, 1961, aft- opera, "The Great Waltz". This illness, and had been opera takes one to Vienna where at the Schahl Funeral Johann Strauss composed many Mt. Pulaski, were buried of his waltzes which gave him Mount Pulaski Cemetery the name of the "Waltz King". Monday, May 29, 1961. "The Blue Danube" and other of services were conduct- his great classics will be played. by Rev. Paul Burdick of the The date of the trip is Monday, Church. July 3rd, and the price will be e'nt was born in Mount $6.00. If enough are interested in Ill., July 9, 1902, son of going, two busses will be chart- C. and Grace Fryer Web- ered, one leaving at 11 a.m. and spent his childhood here the second leaving at 2:30 or 3 attended local schools, p.m. Those wanting to go should Having shown an early talent leave their name and money music, he enlisted in the U.S. with Sheldon Copeland at the in his teens and had the First National Bank, or, with Mrs. distinction of becoming Ellis Wood. Bandmaster at the Those going do not have to be 19 years. His recognition members of the Woman's Club. be followed by other im- Anyone is welcome. positions in famous mus- during thenext SignmUp Af Once g orchestras of early FOr Swim Lessons fame in which Mr. Web- contributed his talent were: Vincent Lopez, B.A. Summer swimming classes will George Hall, and others, start Monday, June 19, at the from instrumental Tomlinson Recreation Pool. he devoted several years These classes will be for child- and directing choral ren from the 1st grade through having several works pub- h!gh school. There will be - Be- in.this endeavor, gmners through the Swimmers by failing health, Mr. classes and also, Junior Life Say- moved from Cleveland, ing will be taught. For regis- where he had worked in tration call the pool director, Bill sports reporting, to Los An- Wheeler, at the Tomlinson Pool, Calif. SW 2-5610, or his home SW 2-5761. ent is survived by a sis- There are 10 lessons in each : Miss Josephine Webster of series and the price is $5.00, and one son, James, which should be paid at the time Pa. of the first lesson. " Adult lessons will start the first CORNER STOW week in June. For information MASONIC TEMPLE and registration, contact Mr. laying of the corner stone Wheeler at the above phone num- new Masonic Temple and bers. The adult lessons are 12 Rite Cathedral, in Spring- for $6.00, to be paid at the first June 3. Sir Knights of Mount Pul- 39, have been invited to and those expecting to. asked to notify Harry at Cornland. PARTY FOR GRADE GRADS representatives of the of the Mount Pulaski grade school, enter- the group with a dance the graduation exer- evening, at the Le- Home. The host and host- :for the evening, were: Mr. Otto Ey, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Charles flowers added beauty to Favors were rolled up used for dance pro- Hi-Fi records were played t 9 to 11:30 p.m. Refreshments and punch were served. DECORATE CARLYLE DRAVES JUNE 4 persons interestd in the cemetery, 4 miles west of Pulaski, will assemble there Sunday, June 4, for the an- decoration of graves of tel- friends and war veterans. will be no program. YOUNG PEOPLE RECORD HOP hundred and twelve young the Record Hop, i at the Recreation Center on evening. John Coleman station WCIA, Channel 3, was MC for the lesson. and albums were given during the evening. Free was also enjoyed. USE REDI- MIX SAVES Time. Labor. Money Phone 2m3260 P-TA CLOSES YEAR WITH STYLE SHOW; INSTALL OFFICERS The last meeting of the PTA of the Mount Pulaski Consolidat- ed Grade School, was held Thurs- day evening, May 18. The busi- ness session was conducted by the vice-president, Mrs. Wilbur Reeves. Scout Master, Emmerson Horn, led the group in the Allegi- ance to the Flag. Prayer was giv- en by the Rev. Ray O. Zumstein. The retiring president, Mrs. Emmett Shellhammer, presented the new president, Mrs. Scott Fel- lows, with a President Service Pin and in turn, Mrs. Fellows pre- sdnted Mrs. Shellhammer with a Past President Pin. The other new officers are: vice-president, Mrs. Carl Good- man; secretary, Mrs. Henry Frank Buckles; treasurer, Mrs. John Scroggin. The 8th grade girls participated in a Home Ec style show, under the direction of Mrs. :Mildred Merry. There was also a display of handiwork and Indus- trial Arts display. Hostesses for the social hour were representatives of rooms 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B, as follows: Mrs. Harry Van Hook, Mrs. A. J. St. Pierre, Mrs. Lester Skaggs, Mrs. Robert Shanle, Mrs. Loren Hasse- brock, Mrs. Herschel Vandevender, Mrs. Charles Hanslow, and Mrs. Gary Bobell. A special table was decorated for the 8th grade graduating class. RECEPTION TO HONOR SISTER MARY RAYMOND A reception at Elkhart, honor- ing Sister Mary Raymond, OS.S. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Elkhart, will be held on Sunday, June 4, from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Patrick's Hall. No invitations will be sent out, but friends and relatives are cor- dially invited to attend. q Here's how to safeguard vacation fun Don't let the loss or theft of your money spoil your vacation fun. Carry most of your funds in travelers' checks. Your signature makes them spendable or cashable any time, anywhere. But nobody else can spend or cash them. Come in noO and get yours. THE FARMERS BANK Member Federcd Deposit Insurance mton EARL GUY, BEASON, DIED SATURDAY Earl Guy, Beason, II1., World War I veteran and past com- mander of the Chestnut-Beason Post 848, American Legion, died Saturday, May 27, 1961, at 7:45 p.m., in the ALM hospital in Lin- coln, Ill. Mr. Guy was born Aug. 20, 1886, near Beason, the son of Samuel and Esther Ewing Guy. In Beason on May 12, 1918, he married Maude Sullivan. Besides his wife, decedent is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ann Schierer, of Metamora; a son, Robert W., of Beason; one broth- er, William J. Guy, of Beason; and seven grandchildren. " The body was removed to the Holland & Barry funeral home in Lincoln, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 30, with the Rev. Philip Carlson officiating. Interment was made in the Harmony Cemetery, near Beason. ALBERT W. ARNOLD RE-ELECTED ELKS OFFICER Albert W. Arnold ,Lincoln, was installed Sunday, May 28, for his 21st term as Secretary of the Illinois Elks Ass'n. The install- ation came Saturday at the con- clusion of the Elks' State Con- vention in Springfield. Mr. Arnold is a native of Mt. Pulaski. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold, who moved from Mount Pulaski to De- catur. CHESTNUT JL 4-H CLUB MET MAT On May 24, the Homemakers 4-H Club was in the basement of the Methodist Church. The the calendar sale showed 4 200 names were sold and endars were sold. There enough money earned f0t 4-H Club to have a float parade. The theme is ''l And The New". The following were given: How to Make Graham Crust---Carol Ann How to Make Merin Opperman. How to Make Drop Linda Stoll. The following talks were How to Put in a Zipper by Troyer; Color, Shape, of Place Mats, by Cathy How To Pin A Pattern On terial, by Eleanor Troyer. WALTER E. GRIFFIM NAMED CHAIRMAN An item in a Decatur paper recently read as "Walter E. Griffin, treasurer, has bee n division chairman for the Fund campaign. Griffin will the public employees which includes all classifications on county and local levels, and organization This collected $44,300 last Mr. Griffin is a former Pulaskian and student at tovCnship high school. SEE.. RAY HANSLOW LANGELLIER'S SWAPPING BEEf Langellier's and Ray are trading - Free. 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