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16--TIMES-NEWS, Motmt Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 5,000 SERV AT BIG BARBECUE WEDNESDJI ]. D. ROBERTS, left, of McLean. who cooked the various foods in a very palatable manner. ONE OF FIVE SERVING LINES that speeded up the serving until food ran out. CffARLES F. CARPENTIER, Old Settlers Day speaker on Friday, has just been introduced by N. L. Hubbard, a former colleague in the Illinois Senate. Rep. Hilmer Landholdt of Decatur, was also introduced. + : .,++ -.,  . v FIRST SERVING LINE to get in action at 4:]0 ahead of schedule y "., ++ ++ ] ++ L+ + + /+ +++ t,t+ .+/ ++ I] ++:%j1111111+ +++++i +++ J! . +++ tUllllll ++++ + + IMU m ++f + p+Jl, + + m+++++++  Ill ]++ ++ ++ +++ I++++l m+% +++ + + >+, + :+- - : ,+ . :-++ +++ ++++|+ I + + L + ++++++++ ::+ + + ........ ,P r+ + I + I SWEET CORN DETAIL was an important phase of the barbecue I and corn was "quick-cooked". , / I PIONEER FIRE TRUCK driven by Carleton Drake, Ass't. Fire Chief, and his passenger, Mrs. Fred Holmes. VOLUNTEERS help hold balloon at it fills up. CAPT. EDDIE ALLEN leaves the ground in a balloon took off for the stratosphere Friday aftem chool grounds. +