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Mount  nL, TIIRSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961 =! MANY WINNERS SHOW The Flower Show presented by the Mount Pulaski Garden Club on Friday, July 28, at the Mul- loon Memorial Building, proved an itteresting part of the Sil- Tennial activities. Originality and imagination, artistry, played a big part the over all effect in table and buffet arrangements special occasions. Irene Garvey of Spring- field Garden Club, was the judge, 81d was assisted by Mrs. Morrell Deibert and Mrs. William Myrick. At a round table, beautifully decorated with a wreath of ivy and pink roses-encircling the bowl, set on a white em- organdy table cloth ov- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger ahairman of the serving commit- tee, served refreshments to the who seemed to come far and near. To mention a states, they came from Iowa, Colorado, Minne- :sota, Virginia, Kansas,, several California, and Ontario, Can- The state of Ililnois was al- represented, particularly central area. Several hun- dmd attended the show. : In charge of the "Store" were . G. T'. Wait and Mrs. Harry "who dispensed many items  interested Such items as shells, drift- wood, dried plant material, plants and home-made jellies and flow- AT SIL.TENNIAL AT LIBRARY er arrangement items. The library room, as well as the club room, were used for the! displays. Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Miss Marie Sams and Mrs. Orville Martin were co-chairmen of the displays and properties commit- tee. Mrs. George A. Volle made all of the signs, and Mrs. Paul Gru- :ber was chairman of the commit- tee to provide bottles of horti- culture specimens. Hostesses from the Woman's Club and the Garden Club were on hand to greet visitors during the show hours, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Winners in the various classes were as foUows: Division I - Arrangements Class 1--Pioneers: 1- Mrs. Orville Martin 2- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger 3 - Mrs. Oscar Fleagle 4- Mrs. A. J. Lyons Class 2--"Gay Nineties" 1- Mrs. Charles Anderson 2- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger 3- Mrs. Orville Martin 4-.Mrs. G. F. Wait Class 3--"19th Versus 20th Cen- tury" 1- Mrs. Orville Martin 2- Mrs. A. J. Lyons 3 - Mrs. Frances Nitzel Class 4---"Summer Kitchen" ,1 - Mrs. Orville Martin 2- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger 3- Mrs. Oscar Fleagle ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE An ordinance termed the combined annual budget and Ptpziati ordincmce, in and by which the govrDing y does appropriate such sum or sums of money as may be deemed necessary to defray all necessary inc. peuses and liabilities of the "Latham Fire Protectio District of Logan and Macon Counties, Illinois- for the fisc year beginning the first day of June, 1961 mtd emiing the lst day of May, 1962, mad specifying the ob- Jects and purposes fo which such approprialimm are made and the amount appropriated for each object or purpose. BE IT ORDAINED by the President and Board of Trustees of the Fire Protection District" of Logan and Macon Counties, $kion 1. That the fiscal year of this District be and the same is fixed and declared to be from June 1, 1961 to May 31, 1962. Secth - A. Cash on hand at the beginning of the fiscal year on June 1, 1961 ........................................ $1,104.34 B. Estimate of cash expected to be received from all sources during the fiscal year of June 1, 1961 : to May 31, 1962 .................................................................... $5,3999.66 C. Estimate of the expenditures contemplated for the fiscal year of June 1, 1961 to May 31, 1962 ........ $6,504.00 D. Estimated cash expected to be on hand at end of the fiscal year on May 31, 1962 ............................ $ -0- $ectkm 3. That the following sum or sums of money, or so much as may be authorized by law, be and the same are hereby for the objects and purposes herein specified to,defray necessary expenses and liabilities of the "Latham Fire Protection of Logan and Macon Counties," Illinois, for the fiscal year the first day of June, 1961 and ending the last day of May, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FUND (a) For the purchase of new fire fighting equipment ................................ $2,458.87 (b) For maintenance of fire fighting equipment .................................................... $ 500.00 FIJE HOUSE FUND (a) Repairs .......................................... i. .............. $ 100.00 (b) Heating ........................................................ $ 658.13 (e) Water and light ........................................ $ 325.00 g (a) (b) ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE FUND Telephone .................................................... $ 312.00 Insurance: (1) Compensation for firemen....$150.00 (2) Firehouse ................................ $100.00 (3) Fire truck ................................ $325.62 (c) Compensation of Volunteer Firemen $ 600.00 (d) Salary of Attorneys ................................ $ 75.00 (e) For salaries of Trusteees .......................... $ 750.00 $2,958.87 $1,083.13 $ 575.62 $2,312.00 CONTINGENT FUND For miscellaneous and contingent unforseen expenses not included in above items .................................... $ 150.00 ;!': TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ........................................... Section 4. That the unexpended balance of any items or item of appropriation made by this ordinance may be guaranteed in up any deficiency in any item or items under the same gen- and for the same general purpose or in a like made by this ordinance. 5. That should any clause, sentence, paragraph or a part ordinance be declared by a Court of competent jurisdiction to such decision shah not affect the validity of the ordinance a whole or any part thereof other than the part so declared to be 6: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect rom after the date of its passage and approval as provided by law. : PASSED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND APPROVED BY PRESIDENT OF THE "LATHAM FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT" the 24th day of July, 1961, and debited and filed with the See. of the Board of Trustees of stud Fire Protection District this of July, 1961. GLENN BRADSHAW President of the Board of Trustees CLARK CURRY. District Secretary  _ 4 - Miss Marie Sams Class 5---"Roaring Twenties" 1 - Louise West 2- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger 3- Mrs. Frances Nitzel 4- Mrs. Orville Martin Class 6---"Depression" 1- Mrs. A. J. Lyons 2- Mrs. Andrew Wiggers 3- Mrs. Orville Martin 4- Mrs. Oscar Fleagle Class 7--"The Green Years" 1- Mrs. Orville Martin 2- Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger 3 - Miss Marie Sams 4 - Louise West Class 8---"Sil-Tenniar' 1-Mrs. Clyde Febus; 2-Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger; 3-Mrs. Or- ville Martin; 4 - Mrs. A. J. Lyons. Class 9---"Memories." 1 - Miss Marie Sams; 2 - Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 3- Mrs. Orville Martin; 4- Mrs. Frances Nitzel. Class 10--"Meditation" 1-Mrs. Oswald Brooker; 2- Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 3- Miss Marie Sams; 4- Mrs. Orville Martin. Division II"Tables" Class l'"rable Set for Threshers" 1-Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer; 2- Mrs. Oscar Beaver. Class 2---"Child's Party Table 1-Mrs. George A. Volle; 2- Mrs. Kenneth Brooker. Class 3--Buffet Table for a , Special Occasion 1-Mrs. A. J. Lyons, Golden Wedding; 2 - Mrs. George A. Volle, Sunday Supper; 3-Mrs. Orville Martin, Mothers' Birthday; 4 - Miss Marie Sams, Homecoming Reception. Division HI--Horticulture Class 1--Roses, Hybrid Tea, Red 1 - Mrs. Kenneth Johnson; 2 - Mrs. Frances Nitzel; 3- Mrs. Ern- est Edwards; 4- Mrs. A. J. Lyons. Pink: 1-Mrs. C. M. Merriman; 2- Mrs. Ernest Edwards; 3 - Mrs. ! Hawk. Richard Edwards. ] Any Other Yellow:  i-Mrs. Rachel Little; 1 - Mrs. Richard Edwards; 2 ] Dallas Kuntzi; 3 - Earl Mrs. Frances Nitzel. 4 - Mrs. Clyde Febus. Blend . Two Entries: Class 5---Potted Plants, 1-Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 2-Mrs. African Violet- Double C. M. Merriman; 3-Mrs. A. J. Lyons. Floribundas - One Spray 1-Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 2-Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 3 - Mrs. Vallas Kuntzi. Grandifloras - One Spray 1-Mrs. Oscar Brooker; 2-Mrs. Ernest Edwards. Miniature - One Bloom 1- Mrs. Dallas Kuntzi; 2- Mrs. A. J. Lyons; 3 - Mrs. Orville Mart- in. Division lll---GladiolL Large mad Gkmt Type, 1 Spike I - Mrs. Vallas Kuntzi; 2 - Mrs. Oswald Brooker; 3-Mrs. Mollie Myers; 4-Mrs. Richard Baker. Medium Type- 1 Spike 1-Mrs. Frances Nitzel; 2-Mrs. Louis Bellatti. Collection of 5 Spikes, Any Type 1-Mrs. Frances iNitzel; 2- Mrs. Fred Bellatti; 3-Mrs. Louis Bel- latti; 4-Mrs. Oswald Brooker. Miniatures - One Spike 1- Mrs. Louis Bellatti; 2-Mrs. Vallas Kuntzi. Miniatures - 5 Spikes 1- Mrs. Vallas Kuntzi. Medium-- 1-Mrs. Fred Bellatti; 2-Mrs. Frances Nitzel. Small-- 1 - Marge Edwards; 2 - Mrs. Frances NitzeI. Class 4--Perennials Hemerocallis (day lilly) 1- Mrs. Oswald Brooker; 2- Mrs. Walter Sams; 3- Mrs. Dallas Kuntzi; 4-Sue Parish. Phlox - 1 Stalk 1 - Mrs. Louis Bellatti; 2 - Mrs. Dallas Kuntzi; 3- Mrs. David lower cost per hundred weight with healthier ed cattle that you've 1- Mrs. Oscar Fleagle. African Violet---single 1-.Mrs. Oscar Fleagle.  Begonia--Tuberous ROOV- ; 1- Mrs. Herbert Shellhatm 2- Mrs. Louis Bellatti. HOSPITAL NEwS ' e MlyS EtaU P nVhu_as_   the time of the Sil.Tenm" t ade on Saturday July 29, . ALM hospital, Lincoln, for 'M cal care, returned to her hO Frinday, Aug. 4th. ... Mrs. Jerry Sams is a patient in the Memorial at Springfield. ..,- Mrs. Kenneth Lakin otl nut vicinity was remOV h'Dl Friday afternoon in theh_:l " ambulance to the ALM _;u in Lincoln, for medical atte' Mrs. Lottie Hahn of Norg-rl Street, was admitted to AI pital, Monday, for surgerY: . Mrs. Glen McCarthy .: fd the ALM hospital Monday, medical care. e  Mrs. Floyd (Glad) BUC._., ceived a broken toe on S at when a spade fell on it. /, taken to the ALM hosPl.., l X-ray and treatment and rett-- home. Ires shown many farmers that good pasture will substitute for as ranch all half the grain.., and essentially all protein supplement.., required to fatbm cattle on dry lot. Now we're not recommending that you stop corn plus pt feeding, but we are suggesting that animals might be pasture fatten kmb due to economy--especially with present reduced corn acreage.  would mean pasture must be up to peak producing power. it can't do extra duty. what's best for pastures? Well, certainly one recommended ep should be application of finely ground rock phosphate. Rock phosphate helps build strong roots.., increases ()ught resistance.., speeds maturity. Perma-Phos rock phohate--ground finer than flour--ifts quickly, into soil and gives in- (med yieldl from the first year. But besides what it does for your grass and dov--remember--R's a necessary dement in animal nutrition that must be made avaible through grazing.., or added as a feed supplement. But let's get .back to yie1. University of Missouri figures show that between 1946  1949, m a wheat-dlover rotation, dover yidds jumped 753 pounds per acre as a nmult of rock phosphate. Planted as part of a mix pasture, we antid" pate you can get just as good clover result. RED CLOVER RESPONSE TO ROCK PHOSPHATE** Trlment Red Clover Yield--lbs./acre Mine, 0-40-40 with wheat ............. 2 437 1500 rP, 0.0-40 with wheat* ........................................ . 3,190 elm lime used increase 755 Pay while you profitl MAe  Add rock phosphate to your fertility program, now. Chances are ,you're elisibie for long term financing. Why not visit us and your local bank or Production Credit office today? tey Wound rock phosPre e4Tests made bf Unhm of Mkmouri--South l FMm Omla. NO. Publtshld InoId W. Klemrno SUR r WAY TO INCREAS iN'IOS-FERTI LITY FULLER SEED CO. t The Kid Or Oshkosh nsllsJ $. 1 Paolone's Men's  LINCOLN, ILLINOIS