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S0--S-NEWS. Mount Pulaski. Ill.. THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1961 SEE PAGEANT-- EDrrORIAY SPEAKING .... CARPENTIER CITES- (continued from page 1) CONGRATULATIONS TO (Continued from page 1) MOUNT PULASKI "We need more of that spirit in Capias' store, and laid out the We doff our hats to the good America today, more of that de- town with the well known people of Mt. Pulaski for tht shin- termination, more of that intes- "mound" as its center, ing success of their Sil-Tennial final fortitude, more of that re- Scene 3 bursts in a lively celebration. Stretching over a fusal to give-up or be discouraged square dance, flanked Cinarama-week, it provided varied and in the face of adversity," he add- with a quilting party and praiseworthy entertainment for bee. Following is an on- thousands, ed. "This is a time for all Ameri- of one of young Abraham More noteworthy perhaps, is the cans to do as the residents of Mr. circuit rides to the Mt. fact that those who have con- Pulaski have done for 125 years laski court house. But history tributed to the history of Mt. __ pick ourselves up, dust our- Lincoln's wry jokes are soon Pulaski over the years were re- selves off, and march resolutely pleasantly interrupted by music membered and honored. In large forward,, he concluded. again with a stirring "Jim- force the citizenry gave much of my Crack Corn" number, themselves, as is usual in Mt. Balloon Ascension History is then accelerated to Pulaski. They showed the kind of Carpentier was introduced by in a colored-packed Fourth public spirit which knows no Nicholas L. Hubbard, who served July celebration scene The fatigue---only exhilarated fun. with him in the Illinois Senate ' e several years ago. Rep. Hilmer "turk y rot," was the dance For such a big celebration, Landholt was a guest on the of the time and was re-on- there must be able and energetic speakers platforhl, and was in- acted well by Mount Pulaski leaders. There must be just as troduced. people, able and enthusiastic followers. Later that afternoon, Capt. And so it went with surprise The Sil-Tennial success keyed to Eddie Allen recreated the atmos- and dances just around the two words -- community cooper- phere of the original Old Settlers right down to the last ation. Plans were made long a- Days as he seared to lofty heights go, then carefully executed to in his balloon. While the balloon The pageant was paced well handle the throngs and see they was inflated with the electric excellent speaking voice were entertained, safety pump, he was inside with narrator, Dale Volle of La- The governor of the State of a torch, heating the walls. Once "The Spirit of Mount Pul- Illinois lent his prestige to the:the balloon was inflated, it was was written by Gone C. celebration, the dedication of the freed from its mooring and he a great-grandson of Jabez recreation center ....... te b Mrs Ph 1 " wt a serious height of some 2,000 : Capps, and direc d y o "tie I ]part,l--so was the pageant which rose to a lis Edwaras, a memoer oi t "] so well rtra--ed the ._ . feet before drifting gracefully ?llatki ctwlsthippehigod h cohmm 1 ] Mt. PulaskPi through mor:na I back to the ground inn para- chute. The spectacle was enjoyed ty. " |century Mt Pulaski is well by the large crowd which gather- lag and excellent sets on the wide " " .. [known for the quality of]ts par- ed at the grade school grounds. e'at added nmch to putting me j_. ............ ......... ! ctu---ute ll-lennlal processxon in me top-ingnI crass. |outshown them all. Doris Awe Elected Organizations and individuals PARTY can rest on their laurels for a President of Lutheran SCROGGIN HOME long Ume to come. The SU-Ten- Deaconess Association nial is something that will not be of the most heart-warming forgotten--ever. It will be re-lived Miss Doris Awe, daughter of get,together affairs of form- time and again by those who put Mr. and Mrs. Albert Awe, Elkhart, Mount Pulaskians, was the it over--and by those who wit- was elected vice president of the given Wednesday, July 26, nessed the various presentations. Lutheran Deaconess Ass'n. at the ; the country home of Mrs. Wil- Sil-Tennial congratulations are Deaconess Conference held at Scroggin, Sr., southwest of due and the Courier herewith ex-i Concordia Collegiate Institute in city. tends them in true good neigh- Bronxville, N.Y. in July During :This Sil-Tennial party was bur form. the Conference she was metier- possible by so many "Old --The Lincoln Daily Courier. ltor for a Bible Study Panel. coming back to the Miss Awe graduated from Val- anniversary celebration of BROKE RIGHT WRIST DURING )araiso University in 1958 and in August of that year began her founding of Mount Pulaski. SIL-TENNIAL PARADE duties as a Deaconess in St. Paul's recording would furnish a Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connolley Lutheran Church in Enid, Okla. deal about this 'historic and family of Princeton, visited At St. Paul's church she teaches :here during the Sil-Tennial with Saturday Confirmation Classes many were present as Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and the Junior High Sunday could find at the time. Connolley. While the parade was School class, as well as, assisting included: Mrs. Edmur Bee- in progress Saturday afternoon the pastor in making calls, keep- of Olathe, Kans.; Mrs. Paul their 8-year-old daughter Angola ing church records, and other Wichita, Kans.; Mrs. fell over a ladder at the Dean office work Stuller of Thessalon, On- Foster comer and broke her right Following the conference Doris Canada; Miss Bess Ralston wrist, spent two weeks vacation visit- Iowa; Mrs. Gene She was taken to St. Clara's ing with her parents and her bro- Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. hospital in Lincoln for X-ray ex- ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfs, Santa Barbara, amination and treatment. Paul Awe of Springfield; and her Miss Sheri Wolfs, Santa Calif. or NO need to carry large sums MEN'S PAGE o, ,AGhast Row (1. of cash when you pay by Earl Riggs, RaymOnd Kust- i Charles Stopher, L. K. Buck- ! Jr., Howard Bryson, John John Bender, Jr., Kenneth James Jackson, Harry Melvin Hassebrock, Eugene 2nd row (1 to r): James John Bender, Jr., Vernon Franklin Shanle, Don Earl Phillips, Ralph Winifred Allsopp, Guise, Willard Remmert, Hassebrock, Harry Van 3rd row (1. to r.): Fred Cedric Bohn, Clyde George Westenhaven, Hassebrock, Sr., George Me- Billy Joe Mason, Earl Phil- Harold (Red) Braun, Alva Harry Van Hook. 4th Row, to r): Ezra Oglesby, Harold Jr., Alfred Maxheimer, Holmes, Bill Boughton, W. E. Otto Bandelow, Otis Howe, Leland Leggett. Don't risk the theft or loss of large sums of BOTTON OF PAGE--left Money when shopping. Just take your check r): Glen Mason, Todd Buehl- book and pay-by-check as you go. You'll al. Oscar Henrichsmeyer, Harve SO find it a great convenience to pay all your Darrell Knauer, bills by check. Sames time and steps. Gives Ivan Leimbach, Dalen Don Snyder. you bonafide recepts. SIDE (1 to r): Bob Jr., Herloph Sather, When you pay by check, your stubs give Kepner, The Howe Twins, you a permanent record of all transactions. Bryson, Loren Holmes, Guise, Gene Manes, Don- Simplifies your budgeting. Look into this! Copeland.  WANTED The Times.News office is want- copies of July 20th newspap- of their records. They will refund 6c for the copies. THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Mount Pulaski,* Illinois sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. ist, wishes to thank all James Hodgin, Monee, Ill. She ed him get his balloon returned to her duties in Enid on air Friday. He says that July 29th. his wife enjoyed very m visit with the folks here. ONE THING THAT THE Mount Pulaski SIL-TENNIAL CAUSED ter than anywhere he The people of Mount Pulaski during his 65 years. wanted to have the city look at its best for the Sil-Tennial cele- !bration and this caused a great deal of painting to be done, es- pecially in the business district. ! 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