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Mount PulaskL IlL, THRSDAY, JULY 6, 1961 00USTIN NEWS I By Hattie Kerwood Mrs. Wm. Heft and sons spent at the Zoo in St. Louis. The Arnold Galloways of Tus- were supper guests, Sunday, parents, the Arthur Gallo- from here were in Lath- y afternoon to see and the Mt. Pulaski Sil-Tennial! Band. Were they ever and their hats were a set.am. The little boys took a in the Paddy Wagon Qust Sunday the "clever seat" - in picture in paper). Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray of i  visited H.A.K. Sunday aft- He is expecting his two rs to return soon from Call- farewell potluck supper for (of 2 years) and family, June 24. Four came Center Chapel the two presented them a set of snack trays. miscellaneous shower was for Phyllis Anderson - now Thomas of Aurora, on in home of Mrs. Earl Several from Kenney at- Del Southern, I.W.N. junior, been named to the second outfield on the National .As- of Inter-collegiate ath- baseball squad. He in batting the past with a .431 average. Ernest Wikowskys found a | ther balloon in bean field :a road from their house, Sat-  , A. M. of June 2. Heard it L: fall in the night, sounded like a door slammed. It carried a radio and instruments. Had t released from Peoria the day lf0e. He has the balloon and Winters of Warrensburg week at Aunt Mary E. Patricia was home from Sunday evening. Leona Houglin is here for Clark and Bill Rau with two large trucks; Win. with station wagon, moved (for 2 years) house- gs to Ottawa, Tues- The new pastor, J. H. Ru- wife and two sons, of As- |;" i came Wednesday afternoon, [ , a large yellow van from ___esburg brought their house- ld goods. Two tiny dogs and Williams played a pi- selection, Sunday A. M. The pastor preached at Center Harmony. Quarterly Confer- Wednesday evening here. union Service next Sunday. Was shocked to hear Saturday the death of Clifford Rau, 59, Mesa, Ariz., on Friday. Leav- wife Fern (Welge), his mother, Rau, Decatur; brothers, arence of Warrensburg and of Indianapolis. Ind. He had been ill three weeks. They moved from Decatur to Arizona last fall. Funeral will be in [: Decatur. , Sandra Kay Emery and Ronald [: : Swanson were married June 241 t!:: : in St. Matthews Lutheran Church ] (:  Urbana. Rev. D. Griffin offici-]  ted in presence of the immedi-I  family. The bride is the dau-[ ihter of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren[ "ery. She attended U. of L and]  completed her sophomore I Mr. Swanson is the son of' and Mrs. Howard Swanson of Ill. He is a junior in tinary medicine at U. of L couple will be at home at 211 St., in Urbana. 93 and 95 , Tuesday to A shower and thunders Another, shower Sunday Wheat fields are beautiful and standing up well. a pity to mow down so oats, but that's in this program. Clear and nice A. M. Raspberries are so its pick and pick. CARD OF THKS Mere words cannot express the feeling that we have in our hearts for all our friends and neighbors, for their words of sympathy, the beautiful flowers and the many expressions of kindness at the time of the tragic death of our one, Dennis Scheuler. ' The Family. CHARLES F. SHIELS, shown to'the right, with Petroleum Salesman, Harold Mann, assumed the duties of Sales Manager for the Logan Farm Service Company on June 1, 1961. He was formerly Operations Manager for the St. Clair Service Compaany at Belleville, Illinois. "Chuck" was raised on a farm in Shelby county, receiving his edu- cation at Shelbyvillle, where he was active in 4-H, FFA, and other youth activities. The Shiels' are now residing in Lincoln. Leffer Box Tuesday, INDEPENDENCE DAY, was just 4th of July this year. It is the anniversary of our inde- pendence. I know our city is having a big celebration with the Sil-Tennial coming up, but SHOULD we have let this day go by so quietly? Where were the flags, with the :exception of those around the square? How many homes even own a flag? A Springfield paper mentioned this celebration, as being a thing of the past! I don't think Mount Pulaski should let it be a thing of the past. Next year, I hope we will have a real Birthday on our country's Independence Day, not just fire- ! Calendar Events 1or THINGS TO SEE AND DO throughout llUnois are listed in the Calendar of Events booklet, available upon request from Illinois Information Service, 406-M State Capitol, Spring- field. Among events listed for July are: (1) Ravinia Music Festival, Highland Park, and Grant Park Concerts, Chicago, July 1-Aug. 15; Music Under the Stars, Joliet, July 11 and 25; (2) Firemen's Picnic and Homecoming, Staunton, July 3, 4; Firemen's Thrill Show, Chicago, July 29, 30; (3) Hk- torical pageant, "Echoing Hills," Galena, July 4-8; Summ of Musicals, Sullivan, July 7-Aug. 27; "Kismet," Quad-City Music Guild, Moline, July 13-16; (4) Rodeo, 125th an- niversary, Petersburg, July 15-16; and 125th aanivena celebrations, Virginia, July 21-24 and at Mt. Pulaski, July 22-28; Annual homecoming, New Athens, July 15-16; Old Settlers Remion, Vandalia, July 1-4; (5) Boat parade and ski show, Crab Orchard Lake, July 9; Mackinac Ra Chicago, July 15; (6) Public events celebrating Indelndence Day with parades and fireworks will be held by hundreds of communities throughout llliaois. works at night, but a parade, speech, games for children, and the "Flags Flying" kind of cele- bration. I don't think the citizens of the city should let the Glorious Fourth be a thing of the past! I know Russian citizens given this great heritage would cherish it. I think we as a city and nation should revive the Glorious Fourth. Mrs. Herloph Sather. couL00Y--0000A DROWNING VICTIM? Drowning victims are not by a long sight just little children or showoff teenagers. And most victims are not swim- ming in the water when they fall prey to a killer that takes rough- ly 6,400 lives a year. Those frequently twisted facts are two of the misconceptions many people have about drown- ings. No one should be lulled by false facts into thinking -- over the summer months or any time in the year  that because he's in the prime of life, or just walk- ing near water, he is in no dang- er of drowning. Even farm ponds can be dangerous. Many grown persons "-- nearly HOME BUREAU JULY MEETINGS During July there are no lar planned programs in Home Bureau units. This in the county an the 4.H'ers portunity to apnear on the program, since units sponsOr 4-H clubs in their commuli In many cases the 4-H clubs tie this in with their re achievement program, in$ the Home Bureau units as  guests. In some units, 4.H'e give demonstrations and and perhaps have a dress ' of the garments they made their clothing project. .i i The homemakers are urged attend their July meetings observe some of the fine worg_a  4-H'ers have done. You can your appreciation to the 4-H leaders, who spend many teer hours helping these people, through your atten at these meetings. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this ity to thank our friends atives for. words of flowers and all other during the illness and at the of the death of our loved Frank Waddell. 1,500 persons 25.44 years of age The F alone -- drown each year. Four I out of five victims are males, lf.,Iiqrilhlf.2, FIEC  And only about 2,400 of the year's I .,v A 8 ,=.., 6,400 drownings happen to per-IFUTURE ROSES sons swimming or playing in the l The way you cut water, affects the beauty and Here's what to do if a water future blooms. I emergency should rise: Since the leaves turn --Throw a person struggling in energy from the sun into "t the water anything that will material for the plant, it t,$ sirable to retain as many . as possible on the plant  you cut the blooms, sayS Caza" # E. Ackerman, University  float--a board, branch, large thermos jug. --Or, hold something out to him--an oar, branch, end of a piece of rope, even a sweat shirt. Best way to help make such such emergencies don't occur? By learning to swim ! Even if you're middle-age, you are certainly not past danger of drowning--and neither is it too late for you to learn to mvim. Chruropodt: A man who knows his bunions. inois floriculture specialist During the first se..a,. bloom, cut the flower wiu',nl short sterns. After that yotl cut longer stems, but never ,y er than necessary. Leave two five-leaflet leaves 0e*: the cut and the main stern- Hybrid tea roses a 3-leaflet leaf at the top stem and a spray of leaves below that. Safest Place To Keep Whether it's the deed to your house, yO port-folio of securities, yo.ur insurance policy your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. . iog In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposltr @ will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all t yet readily available to YOU whenever you .7 to refer to it. This solid protection means pu to you.., but costs little! WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS . . OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans . Savings Accounts Home Imp'L LO FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Lif Retir Busir Rrae i 80 aior ! i