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FLECTIONS By H. J. Wible r, Vv'HERE? or WHERE, mr way the question is put. Pertimmt one right now. know how you feel-- FEEL LOST ! 1 like the ocean would ff dropped out of it-- mnpty. ff a lot of Mount don't feel that way, having built themselves a high pitch in pre- bx the Sll-Teunial--- going thru the various of the nmy activities fo period, wooer foUm have a or empty feeling. we were looking fo- the morning of luly 30th shouting and tumult all be over, g the tim celebraUou ws such a that folks were still cloud for several days • oveg -d and rehashing this : Plmse of the Sil.Tmmial the pagemlL ow that tlmt exhlUm OVer, another nmction sets  wind up in several replaced with a feel- €ompmceucy--resu on It  be a feeliug that, re doue our share t- the comunity band- let sememse else keep , / VOL. 59 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961 'NO. 5 ENROLLMENT OF 210 EXPECTED LAKE FORK SCHOOL AT MOUNT PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL To oPm AUG. 28 School will open Monday, Aug. 28th for a half-day session at the Six Buses of Grade M.B. Drake, 72, ,.ake Fork Grade School And High School To Books will be rented from the Speed Transportation Former Cornland schOOlbring paymentand studentSfor aretheiraSkedbooksto An estimated opening enroll-knker, Died on the first day. The rentals are as follows: ment of 210 is expected to be on M. Bogarto Drake, 72- vice-pros- hand when Mount Pulaski Town- ident of the. Farmer City State 1st grade, $5.00; 2nd grade, ship High School opens its Iall Bank, died at 2:45 p.m. Saturday, $5,50; 3rd grade, $4.80; 4th grade, term Monday, Aug. 28, according Aug. 12, 1961, in Brokaw hospital $535; 5th grade, $5.50; 6th grade, to Lee Taylor, principal. 70 fresh- at Normal, Ill., where he had $550; 7th grade, $6.35; 8th grade, men are enrolled along with 50 been a patient for 10 days.. $6.35. seniors, 50 sophomores and 40 Decedent was born Aug. 11, Rental prices include all books, workbooks and Weekly Readers. juniors. Due to a heavy increase in the 1889, in Plum Tree, Ind., a son of the Rev. W and Abigal Mount Hot lunches will be served school curriculum the school per-Drake, starting Tuesday, Aug. 29. Lunch- iod will be increased to 25 rain- Mr. Drake, who had moved to es will agaifl be 25c per day and utes each day. This will enable Farmer City, from Comland, in are to be paid for weekly. the assignment of classes to be 1949, was a former cashier of the School personnel for the corn- made so that all departments will State Bank of Comland. Before ing school term includes: Robert have more opportunity to do a that he had been cashier at the Gasaway, Principal and 6- 8th better job of teaching and in" Bank in Chestnut. grade teacher; Mrs. Lois Schmidt, structing. His first wife was Alma K. 3rd, 4th and 5th; Mrs. Ethel Bry- One of the most pronounced Leimbach of Chestnut, whom he son, 1st and 2nd; Willis Gaffney, changes will be the granting of married Apri 25, 1911. She died bus driver and janitor; Mrs. Mable a regular school period to the in 1913. In Beason on Feb. 22, Manley, cook, and, Mrs. Virginia band, which will rehearse from 1920, he married Clara Belle Handlin, bookkeeper. 8:28 to 9:10 each morning. She survives. In the afternoon a period for He is also survived by seven cfiorus work will be from 2:58 sons, namely: Michael Warren ITH_M FV[ to 3:43, and with some 120 en- of Chestnut; David L. and Robert BRIIGS HIGH PBIC rolled for this department it will of Beason; Donald L. of Godfrey; still be a problem for Dan Mc- Richard K. of Farmer City; George OF $730 PER ACP .. Nabb to take care of this large E. of Cornland; Andrew V. of De- number. However, all participat- catur; two sisters, Julia A. Drake Eighty acres of the Charles A. ing in chorus work will be thru and Grace E. Drake, of San An- Culp estate, located south of La- in time to leave on the regular gelo, Texas; 22 grandchildren, tham, sold Saturday, July 29, for an acre. bus. and four great-grandchildren. Six Buses to Operate Funeral services were held at 2 Cecil F. Littleton of Decatur, The transportation of pupils at pxn., Monday, Aug. 14, in the who purchased the ground, said pennammt condition both high and grade school will Farmer City Methodist Church. In- improvements including a mod- tam'Us can take or- be accelerated this year with torment was made in the Mount em house, were unusually good. The land is near a highway, the addition of a new school bus Pulaski Cemetery. and just one-haLf mile south of by each school, thus making it thai  lu- necessary for the six buses to Latham. activity will be mako only one trip each morning  0 GOING Hube Elliot, auctioneer from De- catur, said the price is the high- for some time to and one trip in the afternoon. ON EUROPEAN TOUR est that he knows of in the area. This will not only get pupils to Juzt bem the school on a more uniform time, The Ililnois State Journal, at is over is no * but will also get them home more Springfield, in a recent issue had C00lebr00ing 50th out mz the "bride". uniformly, the following to say of interest to Students are asked to be ready Mount Pulaskians: Anniversary nmlly love the "gof" to board the bus from 7:30 on un- '¢Willard F. Ice, 1937 Bates Ave., Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hutchins to keep  of til a regular schedule can be Springfield, and Ion C. Rowers, of Watson, Ill., former residents worked out, in order that you will Mount Pulaski, will participate in of Mount Pulaski, will oelebrate m prove it. know approximately at what jtiil a 24-day concert tour through their 50th wedding anniversary mean you have to they will be picked up. All pup Europe, with the "Singing Illini" on Sunday, Aug. 27, at their home a diamond  everT will leave the school at the same of the University of Illinois. The time 3:45. tour began Wednesday, Aug. 9. in Watson, with a basket dinner at noon.  your de- N Tltng p.l "Directed by Prof. Harold A. They were married in Spring- doing a h and New teaching personnel at the Decker, the group will give con- that will make high school will include: certs of folksongs, spirituals and field Aug. 26, 1901. Mrs. Hutchinn to eaJoy ULucJ with Raymond Tabacchi of Auburn, contemporary sacred work in was the former Cordia DeFrees. They would appreciate hear- vho will take up coaching duties Edinburgh, Bergen, Oslo, Stock- hag from their friends, relatives, holm, Copenhagen, Lubeck, Ham- on page 12) (Continued on page 12) burg, West Berlin and Pari and old acquaintances. Harem of this city. 'l'hree summers ago the chorus SARC00EANT ..-RUSHED TO therepresentedBrussels theworld,sUnitedFairStateSand theat SECOND ALL-STAR LITTLE BY OVERTURNED !l00ACTOR Charleroi,Internati°nalBelgium."Music Festival in GAME THIS FRIDAY EVENING Members of the American Ac_dent Tamazatas of Springfield, july , Stars Of National gue teams are: Near 3, 1957. Surviving are his wife ; his fath- Wll Y'ou Paid To Play Against Yamks: Mike Buehler, Jl[_Jl S._rs Buehler, Randy Marten, Friday'. er Wm. Sargeant of Mt. Pulas- Yous $5 For Stauffer, Danny k i; two sons by a previous mar- The All-Star game of the Mount E. Sargeant, formerly riage, Thomas and Edward Sar- We have had m lnqubt Pulaski Little Leaguers will be and Mount Pulaski, geant, of Decatur; two brothers, relative to tl Tlm-News held on Friday evening of this on a farm 6 miles John S. of Springfield, and Merle Bound Souvenir book that week at the Little League dia- of Petersburg, IlL, was Sargeant of Jacksonville; two sis-  be  mond back of the high school, Friday moring, Aug. ters, Mrs. Irene Shanle of Corn- crushed to death under land and Mrs. Wallace Kautz of We have been asked why we starting at 6 o'clock. George Rogers and Lake Fork- are only  $3.00 fo Teams composed of five boys discovered the body. The body was first taken to the the bound- edlUms now, wlm from each of the three National who was employ- Satoius funeral home in Peters- before the Sll.Tmmial we were league teams'and five each from Fisher & Stone Con- burg, then on Sunday removed to asking  the three American league teams Decatur, had done the Bisch funeral home at Spring- We did not cmk $5.00 foz the will battle it out for the cham- his spare field, where funeral services were edittm -- we  mzly $3.00. pionship of the 1961 season. two years. His wife held Monday, Aug. 14 at 2:30 p. Members who will represent of the Sangam¢ m., conducted by the Rev. Cliff- the oth $2.00 wmt io a Chart Membship to tim SU- the National league teams are: Springfield, believed ord Janssen. Burial was in.the TemdaL The News re- Cubs: Steve Stuckel, Darrell had gone fish- Oak Rridge Cemetery, Springllela. €oived oly $3 of youz $5.00. Hanslow, Ray Shull, Roger Shull, he did not return home night. SIL-TENNIAL COLORED Over $800 was turm hn to Jim Fuhrer and Edwin Horn, al- ternate. Cmxls: Gary Jackson, Wts born Jan. 7, 1919, MOV][ES FOB THE IKING the msodllon l: the Times- Danny Jackson, .Dick Luster, Jeff Fork, Logan County, Jim Coogan has colored movies News  this turce. and we Martin, Steve Shehorn. Braves: of Mr. and Mrs. Will- of the Sil-Tennial Parade and are  to Umm folks who 3im Zimmei-mann, Ronald Bowl- He had lived in other interesting events, taken mme this €otrUmtl(m to tim es, Stuart Erlenbush, Richard vicinity, Mount PUl- during the Sil-Tennlal celebrafl(m old  town  all over Schroth, Bob Taylor, Norman Wil- and he will be glad to show them the United Stato ham, alternate. Manager, Carle- , ton Drake; Coaches, Mel Singley, a veteran of World War to clubs, churches, or at organ- , Bound editimm still  !Joe. Schroth. the former stena Ization meeting High, Grade Parochial Schools Open Augusf 28 The Mount Pulaski Town  high school, Consolidated gr i school, and the Zion Lutherart  Parochial school, will have opening day of school Aug. 28. Buses will run and lunches will be served. In week's paper there will be a plete schedule of the bus rou The staff at the grade is as follows: Kindergarten, Sue Beaver; 1A, Mrs. Florence Martin; 1B, Mrs. Marie McG 2A, Mrs. Wilma Cullen; 2B, lVI; Frieda McGee; 3A, Mrs. Marg Lanterman; 3B, Mrs.  Schroth; 4A, Miss Jessio 4B, Miss Norma Stoll; 5A, Wilma Long; 5B, Mrs. Laura Baker; 6A, Mrs. Mildred Merry; 6B, Miss Marjorie Bingham; 7A, Reno Torricelli; 7B, Glen 8th, Miss Mildred Kurtz; pal, Joe Kafka; Coach, John West; vocal instructor, Dan McNabb; Band, Claus Tanner; Speech rectionist, Mrs. Elda Wilson; off, ice secretary, Mrs. Doris Berg. Bus drivers are Harry (James Jackson will Bob Keck and Harold Scheul. Cooks are Mrs. Vivian and Mrs. Irene Holmes. Janitors are Ted Aderman Gus Luebke. TEEN-AGE BACK-TO- SCHOOL DANCE ..... A "Back-to-school' dance be held at the Tomlinson ation Center, Saturday, Aug. from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. John Coleman of Channel Station, WCIA, Champaign, H :be the master of celemonles the "Record Hop". CHESTNUT GRADE SCHOOL TO OPEN AUGUST 30th The Chestnut grade school will have their opening day, Thurs- day, Aug. 30, with school to in session for only a few Busses will rtin their schedule. On Friday, Sept. 1, there be a full day of school ! J. Wayne Mitchell is thu principal, replacing Joe strong, who retired last Harem Sisters Win Tennis Matches Diane and Linda Harem ed Gay Reynolds and Montgomery, 6-3, 9-7, for girls 18 and under Championship in the Recreation Junior tennis ment in Decatur, August 9th. Mary Harem beat Jill 6-0 in Girls 11 years and singles semi-finals. Diane, Linda and Mary children of Dr. anti Mrs. • i ,ii White Sox: Eddie Scott Stein fort, Dick Jeff Laatsch, Bill Erlenbush, Miller, alternate. Indians: Bowles, Larry Baker, lips, John Schlitt, Eddie Manager, Chas. Holmes; Ray Hummell and Ronald caid. To Compete at Beason The two All-Star teams been entered in the Little gue tourney to be held at next week. The American league play Waynesville at 6 p.m. day, Aug. 21. If they win will play Aug. 23 with the of the Atlanta . Beason The National lea an Atlanta team at 6:00 p Aug. 22, the winner to ville Aug. 23 at 9 p.m. under lights. The will be played at (Continued on page 12)