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JULY 26, 1951 T/ MOUNT PULASKI T/MES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE SEVEN This Land" Is Proving An g Success At New Salem of the New Life of Abe Is Splendid. Is The Land. This Is Earth. Trees. grass, are the garments her. Rivers and lakes. of hills and wood- eternal reach of lone are the living sym- These are word that are whispered by the invisible narrator in fis Land," begins the on of the theme of lis Land," a dramatic )f pioneer Illinois, it the history and of Abraham Lincoln&apos;s being staged in at New Salem every night except August 25th. his interpretation, the invisibile nar- Voice of deep expres- makes one instant. and reverent, relates: teeming goodness, and loam and clay of life---sleeping un- of winter, warmed waves of rich sun gleaming ways of is the thing God gently His hand dark waters and re the land. Salem . . . Here for a few years lived a community of people---all kinds of people: boors, dolts, clowns -- scholars, craftsmen, farmers--bumpkins, braggarts, idle dreamers---Christ- ians, drunkards, blue-nosed puri- tans--the good and the badmthe wise and the foolish -- all the whole boiling stream which God created as keepers of the land. '5rhy do we remember this spot. down the dirst street up there, into those log houses, a- mong the people here, walked one man -- a strange lonely giant who rose up out of the frontier of 1830, and who took into his strong gentle hands the whole heart of humanity. Not all the armies of time will ever wash away his footprints from this place. Surely this spot is holy ground." That is the prologue of this wonderful production, and as one feels the deep import and the magic of these words, they are in some mystic fashion car- ried in spirit to the top of the hill where lies New Salem's his- torical village, and for more than two hours one is an eye- witness to the historical events that marked that era. Professional Performance So professional is the enact- ment of the numerous characters portrayed under the direction of Samuel Seldom nationally known producer, that you will be completely under the spell of its magic every second. Three stag- Even its price makes eyes Up es enable the production to move  Knudson. Gladacres, Springfield. I Frank Weishaar and wife of along without any break in the Mrs. William Bach, Blooming- i Perus, Ind., are expected ,home this week end from a vacation intense interest that is built up as the twelve dramatic scenes are highlighted. If you see "Forever This Land" once, you will not be content un- til you have seen it a gecond time. It is that type of dramatic production that leaves you with a deep sense of good feeling all over and a renewed reverence for the heritage that our for- fathers strove so valiantly to be. stow upon us--a heritage we are so 'diligently' trying to squander. This is no amateur perform- ance  its is strictly profession- al from start to finish with light- ing effects comparable to big. time theatres and the singing of the invisible choir cornr, inihg with the enactment of the var- ious scenes by the actors to make it live forever in your memory. CARD OF THANKS [ To all my good friends and: neighbors I want to express my heartfelt thanks for their acts of kindness during the il]ness l and following the death of my beloved wife and for sympathies i i extended. Sam Zimmerli. NOW IS TIME TO VIEW BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS Mount Pulaski Woman's club members who are also members i of the .Springfield Civic Garden Club, are advised to go now to see the Hemerocallis plantings as they are more beautiful now, than they wll be in a few weeks. The listed gardens are as follows. Miss Irene Garvey, 1029 Will- I iams Boulevard. and Mrs. T. J. ton .Mrs. Ralph Schroder. trip to Yellowstone Park and Warrens" Iotherl points in the northwest. burg. i Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Dro.  Pictures and News are Always bisch, city, and her brother, appreciated, PARTITION SALE ESTATE OF ROSE A. COLLINS, Deceased 117.60 ACRE IMROVED LEVEL FARM Located three and one.half miles North and one-qum-ter mile West of East boundary of Illtopolis Tuesday, July 31, 1951, 2:00 P. M. (Daylight Saving Time) South Door County Courthouse, Springfield, Illinois The farm is m two tracts, a 40-acre tract South of township road and a 77.60 acre tract North of township road. The 40 acre tract is brown silt loam and the Northeast corner thereof is one- quarter mile West of the county road to Illiopolis. The East part of the 77.60 acre tract is brown silt loam and the West part, black clay loam: the Southeast corner of this tract is one-half mile West of the county road to Illiopolis and contacts the Northwest ,orncr of the 40 acre tract Improvements on larger tr ct include a good farm house and barn. Coal and minerals in,ct. This ]and is in one ef the best farming sections in S:.namon County. Samuel Swanson, Tenant. Dc:<ription: The E*z of the SW of Sac. 19, and the NW' of the NE',I of Sec 30, all in T. 17 No., R. 1 w of the 3rd P. M., situ- ated in San4amon County, Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Twenty per cent on day of sale. balance in forty days Merchantable abstract of title furnished. Growing crops go with land. ROY M. RHODES, Attorney, Springfield, Illinois. GEORGE C. 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