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unt Pu00laski Times-News 48 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, ,JUNE 7, 1951 NUMBER 45 ¢ _ er Music i0000LeH v. j_o00lSummer Playground Se00.'on Opens rutu 00tJuussss OF LATH00 , Cot Under Wav This Weekl '° CHXCAGOBerneGr 'Ldau IMonda¥. June 18. Recmatmn Center .g Miss Madeline ' " TWO Supervmors Night Weeks. are again be. by the Band Boost- evening at the Tomlinson The concert and the concert of June 13 will be Mount Pulaski and the remaining played by the the community who interested the band is urg- The Community each Monday June school at 7:30 p. lrogrem will again SUmmer music pro- i the direction of Les- All students in the an instru- lessons "free of desiring to take been assign- Period is asked to laski high school each Tuesday morning at 9 at The Grade Will practice each at 8 at the To Peents student or on page 3) ' ghter of Mr. and Mra Arthur J. Every FUNDS ARE NEEDED Berner of Chicago, was married S. SGT. LYLE FRJ00IER To Direct Play Saturday morning, May 26, to GIVEN HIGH PRAISE Of Youngsters. TO HELP BUILD Ralph E. Johnston, son of Mr. BIG WATER WAGON and Mrs. Harry E. Johnston of FOR PROFICIENCY The 1951 summer playground Latham. The ceremony was per- The Mount Pulaski Fire De- formed in St. Nicholas Tolentino The Bergstrom Jet Gazette, at program at the Tomlinson Rec. partment is constructing a wat- church in Chicago by Rev. J. the Bergstrom Air Force Base in reation Center is all set to get er tank wagon for use at rural O'Brien, before 200 guest Austin, Texas, in its issue of underway on Monday, June 18, flre This is becoming a popular A dinner in the home of the May 25, contained an article with a complete program for the piece of equipment in rural areas bride's parents followed the complimenting a Mount Pulas- ensuing eight weeks for all the fires, as often there is not an ceremony. After a reception in kian, SISgt. Lyle Frazier. The 1oungsters of the community. article reads:- Miss Jacqueline Berry, Spring- adequate water supply on farms the Knights of Columbus club for fire fighting purpose A house that evening the couple 'roday's Air Force mess hall 5eld, will be in charge of the supply of 1000 gallons, in addi- left on a wedding trip to points or dining hall, as the sky jockies playground direction, having tion to the 500 gallons already in Wisconsin. They will reside now call them, is a far cry from supervision over the girls' groups its predecessor of a decade ago, and the younger tots. Miss Berry carried in the rural truck, is in Chicago. needed in rural fire protection  The bride's dress was made of and a good example of one is comes highly recommended and program. This might mean the white satin in princess style, Bergstrom Dining Hall No. 3, her qualifications assure the difference between a small loss with full train, and a bodice of headed by StSgt. Lyle Frazier, a youngsters who participate in native of Mount Pulaski, Ill. the summer playground program and a total loss. "Formerly headed by TISgt. an enjoyable summer. She was The Fire Department has been pearls. Her short veil was held in place with orchid and stepha- Lester Lenover of Decatur, Ill., formerly health education direct- offering fire protection service to notis bouquet. the rural areas for many years Miss Eileen Berner, sister of who was recently promoted to or of the YWCA in Springfield, without the aid of any form of the bride, was maid.of-honor, in DiningL31st FOOdHall ServiCeNo. 3 mayTechnician'well be GirlaS wellscoutaS worka leaderand inhasSeniOrhad taxation, only by the donations yellow taffeta faille. Miss Shir- compared to the best of civilian considerable experience in work- of kind people. In order to improve their ley Sigmund and Miss Betty cafeterias as to comfort, sani- ing with youngsters. Numbered Gordon of Chicago, were brides- effectiveness, the department is maids in aqua taffeta faille. All tatiOnrationandof food.Cleanliness' and prep- amongfirst aidherandaCc°mplishmentSwater safety arein. in need of public help to make carried yellow roses and wore 'rhis dining hall has 36 in- structor. this extra protection possible, matching mitts and hats. dividual tables which sit four Classes For All Ages Numerous people who have William J. Miller of Chestnut men apiece, and each table has been contacted have all been vicinity was best man. Ushers its individual condiments. Ac- Miss Berry plans on an all- favorably impressed and willing were Norbert and Arthur Berner cording to T1Sgt. Lenover, who out program that will take in to aid in the project, brothers of the bride. Diane is also 131st NCO over all base all ages from kindergarten on The purchase of a used truck, Ambrose, niece of the bride, was dining halls, No. 3 also feeds up. Handicraft, story-telling, folk and use of a pump from a form- flower girl and Billy Harms, over 500 persons per day. dancing, and instruction in how er truck, is planned to make the nephew, was ring bearer. "On its first rating No. 3 made to p 1 a y badminton, p i n g The bride is a graduate of the excellent or numerically, a 92% )ong, shuffleboard and croquet, project more economical. St. Nicholas school in Chicago, i efficiency rating which many are among the activities plan- . "ned. Two large sand boxes will Members of the department md is employed by Johnson & civilian dining halls cannot ap- be available as well as swings, preach. will accept and donations. It is rohnson. hoped that sufficient funds will Mr. Johnston attended Milli- When an airman figures that teeters, and Jungle Jim. Special be secured for this project so he is fed at $1.50 per day, and class in tennis for 7th and 8th that it will not be necessary to :in University, Decatur, wher, he was a member of Sigma A1 that he is served meat three graders and a high school group for girls will be given instruction. solicite donations. The coopera- pha Epsilon fraternity. He gradt meals of that most of the time, it by Miss Berry. High school girls tion of landowners and people and 7th and 8th grade directly effected in the rural pro- ated from the U. of I. etectnca is hard to beat. gram is earnestly requested. Do engineering school. He is with "On the working staff at No. the Claude S. Gordon Co., in Chi- 3, there are about 29 men, assist- interested in taking tennis in- ant mess stewart being Pfc. struction should register at the Bothwell "-"'"' cago. Attending the wedding from Courtney Williams Four of these timeTimes'NeWScan bebYarrangedJune 9th, forS° thatthe ICE CREAM Se Latham and vicinty were: Mr. men have had previous service i class. Sunday ao Mrs. Harry Johnston, Win. co°king experience." I ' BAND CONCERT 27TH j. Miller, Mrs. Win. Kiick, Mr. (Continued on page 6) Slack 00,ao. are now being formu- and Mr W. IC Hoaklln, Mr..and Mrs. Dorcas Jean Herren, 'Claral L .:Ryan lated for the fourth annual Ic Mrs. Wflllam Heft aria aaugnmr ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cream Social, to be sponsored Y Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buehler, Chestnut, was gradu- the Band Boosters, which will be Emrick, Mr. and Mrs. William ated with honors Sunday, Secom e-. held Wednesday, June 27 at the Drisbrow, Mr. and Mrs. William 3 at Eastern Illinois State Col- Bnde Of Tomlinson Recreation Center. Paisley, the latter two of De. lege, Charleston. In a class of Servin of home-made cake catur. Mrs. Heft was soloist at 261, Mr. and Mrs. Herren w00relBttrdette Maske g . . ,the wedding, singing three se. one of seven married couples and ice cream will begm at 5.30 lections receiving degrees together. p.m. and continue throughout the evening as long as anyone Rites Pertormed wishes to eat. As in previous Hoblit's High School Team Wins Su.d.y Afternoon • years the proceeds from this affair will be used to further the 0pe J musical program in the corn- ner From Bo ac Outfit chad, Miss Clara Lucille Ryan, dau- munity, ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert To add to the fun of the even- ing you will find popcorn and Vl'dke's Elevator XBUR F. HICKMAN, Zyan, of Mount Pulaski, became the bride of Cpl. Burdette F. soft drink stands, the ever-poPU- lax fish pond, and also a clOVs! Team Will Play FORMER SIDENT, Maske, son of Mr. and Mrs. For- parading around the groun At 8..00 Tonight DIES IN CALIFORNIA rest Maske of Mount Pulaski victnRy, in an impressive double with balloons to sell. Plan now to attend this evening of fun The softball season opened in Wilbur Frank Hickman, form- ring ceremony performed in the and music. Mount Pulaski Tuesday night at erly of Mount Pulaski, died in Mount Pulaski Christian church the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- Hollywood, Calif., Monday, June Sunday, June 3, 1951, at 2:30 p. ter with the high school team 4, 1951, at 9:30 a.m., aged 62 m., by Rev. Robert Wilkes, be. Former Pastor Was walloping 13o .Iac's entry 13 to 3. years, 2 months and 19 days. fore a large group of relatives Killed In Accident While the score looks lopsided, Mr. Hickman was born March and friends. Funeral services were held on the game was by no means that 15, 1889 in Chester township, The bride was attired in a Friday morning, June 1, in the kind of a battle. One disastrous several miles north of Mount gown of white nylon net and St. Malachy's church, _Rant oul, inning -- the second -- netted Pulaski, a son of Edward and lace over satin. The bodice of r, r Rev Edward C Leonaru, 11 runs for the aggressive highto Emma Baxnhaxt a farmThe alaCechantillyhad a netlaceYOke,ruffleedgedinWtthan A • • ° ;' who was killed in an auto school players, who are going family later moved accident Monday, May 28, 1951, cause plenty of trouble all sum- one mile west of the city, the off the shoulder effect, and the mer long. With the exception of children attending the Mount sleeves were long and tapered. near Cabool, Me. Rev. Leonard was on sick leave the second inning ]3o 3ac's, with Pulaski schools. More than 30 The satin skirt was covered with mmell on the mouna, outscor- years ago decedent located in a cloud of net, which swept in. California. to a billowing train. the past several years and_waA their opponents, three to two. substituting for a priest rLc,,, Jim Brown was on the moun. d Mr. Hickman is survived by Her fingertip veil of nylon one brother, Ernest A. of Holly- illusion fell from a on the day his car skidded on for the high school and was m brakled the highway as he attempted to serious trouble only one inning wood; and two sisters, Mrs. G. nylon headdress. She carried a avoid a truck, and he was kill- when the bases were loaded, but A, Tomlinson of Mount Pulaski, bridal bouquet of white roses, ed. only one run came in. and Mrs. Amy ltrench of Ingle. white carnations and white Rev. Leonard's home address The overloaded second inning, wood, Calif. stephanotis, with white satin was Tolono, where he lived with the mixture dished up for the a sister. He was born in Thomas- 11-run splurge, was two three- The remains will arrive inMt, streamers. The attendants were: Mrs. bore, Oct. 20, 1890. From 1916 baggers by Bill Dittus and Wen- Pulaski Friday evening, and will 3ohn L. Sapp, of New Holland, to 1919 he served as assistant dell Brown, three singles, four ibe taken to the Schahl funeral sister of the bride, maid.of-hen- at St. Patrick's Catholic church waIk, two hit by pitcher and willh°me'be whereheld at funeral2 p.m. Saturday,Services or, attired in a blue gown of the bride, Mrs. in Lincoln and during, those a couple of errors. Bill Dittus of years was pastor of St. Thomas socked the only homer of the June 9, conducted by Rev. Ray O. lace and net over taffeta, with .... Zumstein. Burial in Mount Pu. matching blue satin hea Aquinas church in Mount Pu- -- (Continued on page 8) laski cemetery. (Continued on page 12) ......... on pa4ze 12) laskL Took Here At Church. Rothwell, dau-, and Mrs. Clarence of Mount Pu. and Leslie  Slack and Mrs. Leslie of Indianapolis, in marriage on 3, 1951, at 2 p.rm 'was performed in church by the pas- , Neumeyer, in the about 250 relatives Were large baskets pink peonies, plac- organist, Mrs. G. a prelude of including "A "I Love "Because"' by by LeMont; Ever Told" given in marriage wore white ira- lace over sat- in thebrid- was fashioned train, a sweetheart a shirred bodice, sleev- veil was of illus- edge was trimmed Besides the a family keep- a prayer book white roses and The bride's wed- Was made by her