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unt Pulas00ki Times-News MOUNT PULAS] IIJ, JNOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961 NUMBER 49 BELLE KITCHEN BANOISpecial Edition CAPACITY AUDIENCE 'ENJOY00n r'IWNG ENGAGEMENTS /To Fec00re Cen QUEEN CONTEST PROGRAM'-- Do "   One of the many outstandini _ ' Fe ywe w w  [features of our Sil-Tennial Edi. ,00Uivem00g .o, /tion w,u be a ce.00us of Moun00 Broker Dinner .'l-Tennial DIED TUDAY Pulas At 81__ il 1 Ernest Payne, who retired from Compiled as a City Directory, it 00opelano Belle Kitchen the hnn many years ago and will include the name of every ading more ap- lived on North Washington St., man, woman and child living in The Copeland Christian Church, advertise the Mount Pula.ki, Ill., just north of Mount Pulaski, together with the well-known rural oangrega. 29. the Christian Church, died at their address and occupation. You tion, 7 miles southwest of Mount they enter- 6:40 p.m, Tuesday, June 20, 1961, will find this section a useful Pulaski, will celebrate its 95th time at j in the St. Clara's Hospital, Lin. reference, and will want to refer school in Decatur, coin. He had been a hospital pa- to it often. 8cordian recital in tient for two week Decedent Also, to be included in the upila participated, aged 78 years, special edition will be a reprint d was at its best Although he had been up and of the Centennial Census corn- indications surpris- about, until recently, his health piled by the Times.News in 19,36. began failing many months ago. Some of the residents listed then heard about the Mr. Payne was born Sept 19, have passed on, others have of these kitchen was tops. The the building were and made for a most PrOgram. Afterwards Band enjoy. the Paddy Wagon raade the trip to De- promote the observ- Pulaski's 125th Basket Dinner and Homecoming on Sunday, June 25th. Bible chool will begin at 9:30 with Communion and Worship Services following. There will be a pot-luck din- ner at noon, or shortly thereafter. appeared Monday 12 in Illiopolis as regu- meeting. June 17 they Super Mar-i Pulaski; 6 grandchildren, and, 13 people and events that have been and played a great-grandchildren, outstanding in Mount Pulaski's BY C:IRC00Jff JUDGE crowd of shop. The body was taken to the 125 years, and man, many old- Circuit Court Judge Leland Sire- of the Brush Schahl Funeral Home where time and modern photos, kins, last week, ruled on a corn- in charge funeral services will be held at You will undoubtedly want a plaint by Charles F. and Anna and did 3 p.m. Friday, June 23, conducted bound copy of this edition to C. Roos, who live between Beason , by the Rev. Paul Burdick, pastor keep as a reference book for and Chestnut, against the Logan of this of the Christian'Church. many years to come. You may played at the Interment will be made in the also want to send copies as pres- Church. Mount Pulaski Cemetery. ents to h-iends, who are interest- June 23 the ed in Mount Pulaski. asked to partict. Featuring a handsome full-col. t Program for CONSEllVA CLUB TO or -the Abraham Lin - Festival, to be HOLD AWNU,q& JI'iNG coin Memoal Court House Shrine Park Their The anual meeting of the Mr. on the heavy cover, th is a book wnl be from PzL June 24, theywm on page 11) The Rev. Bob Phillips, pastor of 1882, in Owensboro, Ky., a son of moved to other areas, or to oth- the Moweaqua Christian Church William L. and Caroline Karrick er houses in Mount Pulaski, while will deliver the message. Musical Payne. In Mount Sterling, Ky. on many others are still living in numbers will be enjoyed and a June 22, 1904, ho married Mar- the same place in their home- small gift presented to each per. tha Frances Payne. in their early town. It will be interesting to son present. The Rev. Joe Webb, wedded life they located on a compare the two ltsl, and tin- assistant minister of Moweaqua farm in the Birks School com- doubtedly the 1936 census will Christian Church, will sing. munity, south of Mr. Pulaski. Re- bring back pleasant memories of Anyone may bring relic, an- tiring from the/arm, they moved almest-forgotten friends, tiques or oddities for a display into town. Mrs. Payne died on Almost two years in the mak. that will be shown. Everyone is Aug. 2, 1945. He was a member of the Times.News Sfl-Tennial :cordially invited to attend this the Christian Church. Edition will include 160 pages of 95th anniversary ltomecoming. Mr. Payne is survived by two interesting matter about out City, sons, Franklin Of Mount Pulaski presenting as complete a his- SLIO0 L TRUSTEES and Melvin, who lives on a farm torical record as possible. In it in Zlkha township, we of Mt. win be detailed repor of the tULING REVFHSED hcMes Leesnum P. NEEDED TO Cream Social HELP ON SCENERY The Latham Volunteer Fire De- People are needed at the Tom- partment will hold their annual Iinson Recreation Center for paint- ice cream social on Saturday, hag scenery for the Pageant to July 15, starting at 7:00. be presented the evenings of July One of the features of thi an- Pulaski ation Club, will you will be proud to display in 160-acre farm is located. be held at the City Hall on Sun- your home. Mr. and Mrs. Roos have five day, July 2, at 2 p.m. Members children and one is starting to are urged to attend. (5-29)  H IS high School. Under the decision, of remen the trustees it would have been necessary for the high school and grade school students to attend Schools in separate districts. Church in 19, 20, and 21. nual event is the awarding of ILL was the scene Anyone who has artistic ability many prizes. This year six big of,, Miss Sharon for sketching or painting seen- prizes consisting of a G.E. Mobile of Mm. Clr-ery, and all those who love to DiShwasher, Remington paint just for the fun of swinging i Automatic Shotgun, Shetland a brush, are more than needed. Pony, Portable Fan, Girls' or Boys' Please contact Joe Katka. Bicycle, Transistor Radio. Many other priz will be given by the Latham Merchants t those who p ice cream and cake. Sandwiches and coffee will be served by the Firemen's Auxiliary. Th Mount Pulki Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will present a con- cert during the evening. counW board of school trustees. The judge reversed the decision of the trustees, which denied the detachment of 40 acres of the Roos garm from the Chestnut , and its an- nexation to the Beason District No. 17, where the rest of their LINDA BABIINGEB RECEIVES RECOGNITION Miss Linda Barringer, Lincoln who attended the University of Illinois the past year, and played clarinet in the university band, is one of 52 band members to re- ceive recognition awards., being a pendant. The awards i were made at the annual band banquet given recently. , Miss Barringer received her firs musical training in the Mount Pulaski township high school, and after moving to Lircoln, con. tinued in band work there, gradu. ating from Lincoln Community High School in the Class of '60. SECURE OUTSTANDING SPEAKER FOR VESPER SERVICES JULY 23 Community To Honor Pioneers At Cometery Service .crease of delinquency, crime, and corruption. Such finding pin- point the challenge that the chur- ch has in our modern society. In "The Christian Century", April 19, 1961, Dr. Obenhaus wrote a most timely article entitled, 'I'heology, Agricultural and Diplomacy". At the Rural Pastor's Short Course at the University of Ill- inois in February, Dr. Obenhaus was the banquet speaker with the topic, "Religion in the Midwest" emphasizing the important role the church is to play in rural community life. The ministers of the city will participate in this service, and special music for the occasion will be furnished. White flags will be placed at the graves of pioneers founders as well as our several philan- thropists and celebrities as identi- tication markers. The Sll-Tennlal committee feels very fortunate in securing the services of an outstanding speak- er for their vesper service on Sun- day, July 23. Doctor Victo Obenhaus of the Chicago Theological Seminary, Professor of the Church In Ag- ricultural and Industrial Life, will be the guest speaker for the Mount Pulaski Sil-Tennial Me. morlal Service, Sunday, July 23, at 5:00 p.m. at Memorial Hill in Mount Pulaski Cemetery. Recently, Dr. Obenhaus con- ducted amu, vey in eral north- western counties in llllnoi to cb- cover values rural people hold. This poll demonstrated a definite of spiritual values which may account far the alarmlng in- Mt. Pulaski, son of Mr. Leemnan of p.m. Saturday, ring ceremony and was perform- Clifford Srnlth, of the Mount Pul- Church. Sang "Because" L,, with M in mamage by Weck, d, wore of nylon organza The fitted with a deep V and back, and sleeves, was witoh seed pcaris very bot with a deep of Chaatilly a chapel strand of pearls, anda of white steph- mveethemt roees. hon was Miss of the bride, in a dress of and matching of the organza cascade bohquet amt white dsi eomtn of and blue  or. l tha Schedule Rehearsal The following dates have been set for rehearsal of the pageant cast: June 22--Some L June 23---Sce 2, with cho- June 26--Scene 3 with chorus. June 27---Scene 4 with Men's choru June 28--Sere 5 with choru June 29---Scene 6 at 7:30 with chonm. June 30--.Scene 8 at 7:30 with i chorus. Scene 7 at 8:30 with chorus. July 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 En- tire Pageant. Jvdy 21 and 24---Dress Rehears. al. July 26, 27, 28--Pageant Per- formane. All reheamals begin promptly 7:30 pJru, on the stage at the Recreation Center. If you cannot attend a sched- uled rehearsal please contact Mrs. Wilbur Stoll or Mm. Rl F,d- ward It you have said you will par. in the Pageant, please attend your scheduled rehem-&tL We need the C(X)PERATION of EVERY individual to GUARAN- TEE the  of the Pageant, and that will mean YOUR AT. KNCE AT REEKgJ ! i ty thoroughly enjoyed the divers. ihed program Monday evening, when the "Sweet Sixteen" con- test wa held. . Preceding the program the Sll- Tennial Kitchen Band presented a hail hour musical program with noveity numbers included. Mr& Ellis Wood accompanied the group at the piano. Mrs. Dale Boyd was ill and unable to play her accordian with the band, sing with the Tri-Tones. The othee two members of the trio are Mr& Jane Kafka and Mrs. Phyllis wards. Ray Deibert did a fine job as / Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. Jam Wheeler played the plaaO during the modeling. the 00ueen constants, the 00or. es sponsoring them, and their tal, ents are as follows: Pat Stahl Bros., modeling; Marian Dierker, Huston & Paolone, solo; Darlene Downing, Dean'8 Sundries, modeling; Sherry Davis, Hilltop Bowl, original tumbling routine; Linda Harem, Wes.e Auto, reading; Jan Goodwin, Bet- toni's, modeling; Marilyn Munyon, Tom's Coffee Shop, baking; Jane MyHck, 'rinl. es-News, piano solo; Bonnie Pra- ther, Neaville's Jewelry, solo; Judy Stogdell, Don's Drive- In, painting; Connie Stoll, C.tm- nolley's Drug Store, clarinet solo; Janet Rohlfs, Zim's Super reading; Nancy Walch, (Continued on-page 4) John Ey Saturday To Young Lady Perform Double Rin9 Ceremony At Springfiel d Miss Louise Hitz, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hitz, Kingman St., Des Moines, formerly of Springfld, Ill.,  John L Mr. and Otto Ey. Mount Pulaski. Ill., [united in marriage at 4 pJn., t,. i urday, June 17, 1961V :: : mony took place in  :'i Presbyterian Church, Springfleld i the double-ring ceremony beh;: performed by the Rev. Edw W. Ziegler. Them was a beautiful altar arrangement of figi m daisies, palms and traditional organ music rendered. The bride, given in her father, wore a gown of ported silk bombazine and point lace. The moulded styled with a bateau in lace, was fashioned wil let length sleeves. The full worn over hoops, featured an, erskirt of lace that extended a chapel train. The veil illusion net, topped with white atin bow. The bride wore a diamond and pearl pendant, a gift from the groom. Her ers were a white orchid, rounded by lillies of the and white roses. Miss Patty Lou Woodcock, of honor, of Springfield; i Mary Hitz and Miss Barbara ] l sisters of the bride, from Moines, Iowa, wore yellow o za dresses, with yellow hats and they carried, y daises. Mrs. Robert A. Hitz, . - (Continued on "