Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
June 8, 1961     Times
PAGE 14     (14 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 14     (14 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 8, 1961
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




14,-.TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulask:L Ill. THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1961 (Continued trom page 1) ADAMS-- TEA TO HONOR : Obermiller home. They moved to Colo. to reside, but he away within two years. Robinson returned to Mt. and 47 years ago mar- Frm G. Adams of Bloom- Ill, the wedding taking in the ObermUlelr home. SIL-TENNIAL LADLES AND COMMITTEES 28 Organizations Have Chosen Ladies To Represent Them A Sil-Tennial Tea will be held at the country home of Mrs. Os- first located in Cincinnati waid Brooker, Sunchay, June 11, and after several years to Philadelphia. They from 3 to 5 p.m., with Mrs. Brook- occasional trips back to Mr. er and Mrs. Wilbur Stoll as hostesses. The Obermiller family was an Honored guests will be the Sil- ttsual one from the fact that it Tennial Ladies Committee and of nine daughters, five the 28 Sil-Tennial Ladies par- whom have passed away. Mrs. ticipating in the Sil-Tennial Cele- is survived by her hus- bration. and the following four sis- Twenty-eight of the various or- WLnifred, wife of Leigh W. gaizations of Mount Pulaski are Mr. Pulaski vicinity; Paul sponsoring the following Sil-Ten- of Carl Yoder, of Peoria; nial Ladies: of Harold McMath of Sr. Woman's Club: Mrs. Paul Ariz., and Esther, wife of CrolL of Larchment, near City, N.Y. services were held in Wednesday after- June 7, and burial was  in that city. DOWNING TO GIRL'S STATE Beidler Jr. Woman's Club: Mrs. Henry Frank Buckles American Legion Auxiliary: Mrs. Ellis Downing American Legion: Mrs. Albert Horn St. John' Lutheran Church La- dies Aid: Mrs. George Sued- meier St. Jolm's Lutheran Church Gleaners Class: Mr Oswald Brooker Christian Church Ladies Aid: Mrs. Ellis Downing Christian Church Loyal Dau- ghters, Mrs. L. K. Buckles, St. Zion Lutheran Church: Mrs. Otto Roos Catholic Church: Mrs. Eugene Connolley Methodist Church Wesleyan Class: Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer Copeland Christian Church: Mrs. Clarence Bowers Lions Club: Mrs. Eugene Manes Rotary Club: Mr Lee Taylor Library Club: Mrs. G. F. Wait Home Bureau I: Mrs. August Hahn Homo Bureau If: Mrs. Wilbur Stoll Girl Scouts: Mrs. Ray Lynch Fire Department: Mrs Fred Holmes Miss Darlene Dowing, daugh- o Mr. and Mr Lester Down- will attend the Illinl Girl's having been selected by American Legion Auxiliary. event will be held June 2 June 27, on the campu of College in Jackson- The purpose of the Girl's State provide citizenship alning junior high school girls. Qual- I for attendance include leadership, good char- scholarship, cooperative- and good health. Miss Downing is vice-president ', the G.A.A, secretary and treas. of FHA, member of the high yearbook staff, vicpres- : of the National Honor So- a member of the Christian Choir and participates in church activities. Odd Fellows: Mrs. Loren Holmes Rebekah Lodge: Mrs. Dean WiL l .. FRENCH ham ON MONDAY Eastern Star: Mrs. June Craw- ford Charles E. French, retired farm- Royal Neighbors: Mrs. Frank and resident of Lincoln for Hutchinson years, died at 11:30 p.m. y, June 5, 1961 in the ALM hospital, Lincoln, aged 78 years, 8 mmlths and 4 days. Decedent was born Aug. I, 1882 in the French's Chapel comunity northwest of Mount Pulaski, a of Ezekial and Caroline Alex- French. Many years ago married Lillie Humphreys of home community and, she him in death. Mr. French is survived by a Mrs. Minerva Downey, Lln. a brother, Henry, of Ingle- wood, Calif., and a number of and nephews. The body was removed to the Frlcke Funeral Home, Lincoin, where funeral services were held Thumday, June 8, at 10:30 a.m., the Rev. H. Sheldon Pattison officiating. Burial was in Down- lng Cemetery about four miles of Mount Pulaski. Mt. Pulaski Riding Club: Mrs. Leslie DePoister Never-Grow-Old Society: Mr Anna Ellis Jabez Capps Barracks: Miss Sciota B. Horn Lake Fork Community: Mrs. Clyde Febus Service Mothers World War II: Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni CORNLAND ICE CREAM SUPPER The annual Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper sponsored by the Cornland Christian Sunday School, will be held Saturday, June 10th n the church base- ment, with serving to start at 5:30 pzn. (DST). Sandwiches, pie, cake, coffee, and ice tea will also be on the menu and will be served cafeteria style. This supper has been held on! the second Saturday night in June for over 80 some years with- out missing. Everyone is invited to attend. LOCAL DANCERS IN LINCOLN REVUE 'ren Candles," the title of the Talent Workshop's 1961 Dance Recital, is symbolic, one candle for each recital since 1951. Dance highlights from each recital will be presented at the Lincoln om- munity high school auditorium, Monday, Jtme 19, at 8:15 p.m. Among the more than 150 stu- dents appearing will be Jean and Judy Maxheimer, Kim Bower, Pamela Hanslow, Rhonda Rogers and Linda Turner, from the Mt. Pulaski area. All profits from this recital will go to the Association for Crippled Children and Adults. ASSO4hITION MEET FRIDAY, JUNE 9 The Sil.Tennial Association will hold a very important meeting, i when final plans will be com. pleted for th.e $.uly 22-29. Cele. braflon, Friday, june , at at the Library. All officers, chairmen of various Sfl.Tennial groups, and else interested, are urged (5-8) FORK SCHOOL SUNDAY, JUNE 11 The Lake Fork Grade School will be held Sunday June A potluck dinner will be serv. ed at 12:30 pan. Every one is in. vited. Beverages will be furnish. ed. (6-8) NOTE OF THANKS To all members of the Amer. lean Legion Post #447, my sin- cere appreciation and thanks for the wreath placed on my hus. band's grave Memorial Day. MI Blanche Jarvi Mount Pulaski NOTICE TO SIL-TENNIAL KITCHEN BAND Members are to meet at Odd Fellows Hall with all their "Paraphernalia" Saturday, June 10, at 5:45 p.m. IMPORTANT MEETING s Local .Boys Playing Junior League Ball Dick Romer and David Drake are playing with the Lincoln Jun- mr American Legion baseball team this season. Frosty Arm- strong, of Chestnut, is the coach. Games scheduled at Lincoln high school baseball field, this Friday, are: Lewistown at 6:15 and with Champaign at 2 p.m. Stmday. W.-LATHAM JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ROLL Honor students at the Warrens- burg Junior high school for the last six weeks are as follows: HONOR ROLL (8th Grade) 4:(D---Sheila Jones, and Diane Wentworth. 3.86---Jean Gentry. 3.71--Joyce Albi.n, David Beal, Cmthia Haskell 3.57---Carol Flach, Lehn, Hazel Robinson, Jane lor. (7th Grade) 4.(D---Kathy Dierker, erson, Sandra Stone, Patty er, Linda York. 3.83---Raymond Birch, Catlin, Delmar Nichols. 3.66---Martin Buth, 3.50---Harold Alsup, Marilyn Blain, Linda Janis Cox, Sharon Stoll, Staley. HONORABLE MENTIOI (8th Grade) 3.43---James Bulla, Mike Ada Row. 3.29--Lynn Grolla, Jesehawitz, Donna Rife, Runkel, Carole Sadler. 3.14--Mark Collins, King, Pat McClure, Judy Jerry Park, Francis QuimbY 3.(D---Beverly Brown, Staples. (7th Grade) 3.33---Carolyn Hayes. Paul Heft, Ann thur Rasar, Adele 3.17Brian Gaston, Kay Linda Koger, Carol Earl. 3.00---Robert Cooper, Allen Danny Howe, Linda HugheS, ry Jones, Carolyn NicholaS, bentworth. LAN6ELLIER'S THE HOME OF A.1 USED CARS- For Your Used Car Buy See ,.,..s Ray Hanslow I want to thank friends and rel- atives for the cards, flowers, gifts and prayers while I was a patient TO DAY! in the hospital at Champaign. They were greatly appreciated. Florence Lachenmyer. Overweight is often just des- serts. WORTH SAVING FOR '60 CHRYSLER Fordor '60 STUDEBAKER, Station Wagon '59 DeSOTO Hardtop '59 FORD, Fairlane 500, Fordor '57 FORD, Fairlane 500, Fordor '57 FORD, Fairlane 500, Fordor Hardtop '57 RAMBLER, Fordor '56 FORD, Fairlane, Fordor ;56 PONTIAC, Fordor, Hardtop '55 FORD, Mainline, Fordor '55 CHEVROLET, 210, 4-Door '55 CHEVROLET, Bel-Air, Fordor '55 OLDSMOBILE 88, 2.Door '55 BUICK, 2-Door, Hardtop '55 CHEVROLET, 150, 4-Door '60 FALCON RANCHERO Pickup '51 FORD, %-Ton Pickup A "dream vacation" can come gloriously true when you look ahead, plan ahead, and save ahead for it. In fact, many of the most enjoyable and worthwhile things in life begin with systematic LAN6ELLI THE FARMERS BANK Your Local Ford Product Dealer OF Mr. PULASKL ILL. ,Mexnber Flel Deposit murm-e Corp. Phoau: Many Cheaper Used CarS from $300 and Down Businea. Lincoln 732-2111 Residence, Mt. Pulaski