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/ ii :  i u00nt Pu.laski Times-News MOONT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1951 NUMBER 4 80. Took His Lite Sometime Monday Was Found In Store Base- Late Tuesday. 80, was found midnight Tuesday, hanging in the base- Frank Turley Appli- on South Washington, the alley from where a tenant for several the lines-News apart- He had been in sometime but hid overly despondent. who had been help- Turley store, was last four o'clock Monday He did not return to room that night and as he had removed of his dresser, it that he had gone a visit. But despite all no one had seen him he had left no word as so speculation was his whereabouts. the disappearance about midnight at the Coffee Shop, Jr., stated that Reen a light thru a coal the Turley store base- having a key for and Dick Mueller, Jr., to investigate. They hanging from With a porch swing his neck. A bucket by on which he must BETTY AYLESWORTH iAND ROBT. SCROGGIN MARRIED YESTERDAY Miss Betty Jean Aylesworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy MRS. G. S. CONNELLY Aylesworth, and Robert A. Scrog- gin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley MEMBER OF EUROPE Scroggin of Mount Pulaski, were united in marriage at 1 p. TRIP TOUR GROUP  Wednesday, August 22, 1951, Mrs. Julia Bock Miller of De- in the Christian church parson- catur, met on Wednesday even on North Lafayette street. of last week in the home oz double ring ceremony was J. Wilbur Simpson, with the by Rev. Robert Wilkes. ople who are going on her Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. European trip. A. Scroggin, brother and About 20 persons will make of the groom. Also the trip, which will begin when g the ceremony were tley sail from New York City on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shanle Jr. the Queen Elizabeth Tuesday, The bride wore a green gab- August 28. erdine suit, with an orchid cor- After a tour of Central Europe, sage. the grotlp will return early in Beth are graduates of the Mr. October. Pulaski township high school. Discussed at the meeting were The groom studied agriculture at currency exchange, customs regu- Iowa State College in Ames, la. lations and application for Ger- Following a two weeks' auto man visas, passport cases were trip to points of interest in the distributed as a gift from the western states, they will live on United Travel Service. Scroggin farm southwest of In addition to heading the a Community Asked To .Cooperate Old Settlers' Day" During OTTO BANDELOW IS "NIerchants and Publio MARRIED TO WOMAN Asked to Dress Up In FROM ALTAMONT Old-fashioned Garb. Mrs. Ella Bigelow, daughter of Old Settler's Day is to be re- Mrs. Mary Stuemke of Altamont, rived in Logan County on Fri, and Otto Bandelow of Mount Pu- day, September 7, the second day laski vicinity, were united in of the annual Fall Festival in marriage Sunday, August 12, Mount Pulaski.  1951, at 6 p.m. in the Emanuel The event will be held in the Lutheran church parsonage in afternoon and D. F. Nickois Altamont. The ceremony was president of the Logan County performed by Rev. John W. My- Historical Society and E. H. Luk, ers. enbill are making a strong dfort Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. to secure an outstanding speaker Raymond Yagow of Beason. for the afternoon, as well as oth- The bride wore a Navy blue ;er personages who would add to :. dress and a white gladioli cot- the enjoyment of the day. sage. Old Settlers' Day in Mount Pu- Mr. and Mrs. Bandelow are at laski was a big affair in home on his farm three miles Logan county a number of years southeast of Mount Pulaski. ago, and it is quite fitting their revival be inaugurated here. Merchants are asked to fix up Good Will Truck To their windows with appropriate displays, such as relics, souven- party, Mrs. Miller will take mov- Mount Pulaski. Visit Pulaski Aug. 30 irs or memories of the "good old ies oz the different countries 'IFinel n po00es--nse In l Truck from St. days." An effort wlll be made to preparation for her fall illustrat- Louis, Mo., will be in Mount have merchants, their clerks, as ed lecture, which she will give Pulaski Thursday, August 30, to well as townspeople, to dress in collect materials you have say- old time costumes, or overalls lDfive For Library v ed to give work to handicapped and gingham dresses that after- ity Women. Included in the group to make the journey are Mrs. George S. Connolley, Mount Pulaski, and Lulu Day Lanham, Corn- ten from Decatur; one from irden; one from Moweaqua and one from Louisville, Ky. Dr. Geo. S. Connelly was to make the trip but was advised by his physician Funds Reported However, Added Contributions Asked To Reach Coal. Members of the Mount Pulaski fie. noon to add color to the day. The need for clothing, shoes, Awards of medatls will be electrical goods, wheel toys, etc., made for the oldest resident is the greatest righnow, and the oldest married couple If you live in the city, please who have lived in the county the mark your donation for Good- longest. A Registration Booth will, put your name and address will be setup for everyone to on it and leave same on your register who has been a resident porch. If you live out of town, of the county 50 years. take your donation to the Meth- A basket dinner at noon in the odist church, courtyhrd and a Gay Nineties before completing his to forfeit the trip. ! Library Club, making solicita- All donations to this cause are square dance, as well as sing- t ions of funds to furnish the new Donald Holland and tMIIA J. PEASE__ Muldoon Library, reported this Smith were called DIED AT E. MOLIN00 Thursday morning that two- will be held to- thirds of the goal had been Schahlfuneral home. Mrs. _Arm.inta J: P, afe reached. They are very grateful on page 6) erly of Latham, I., ,,  .... to the people for their contri- East Moline hospital a : P- butions and interest in the CLOSES' m., Tuesday, August 21, 1951, at the age of 76 years. SEASON Arminta J. Kretzinger vs born library. A house to house canvass was made Tuesday and Wednesday greatly appreciated, ing of old songs will be the features that are being LAURA V. RIDGEWAY ned for the day. Anyone having any relics of DIED THURSDAY the old days in the county, can be of very much help in the cele- Miss Laura Viola Ridgeway, bration by calling who made her home with her these items that may be brother, Azel Ridgeway, four in some store window. Any aug- miles northwest of Mount PUlas- gestions will also be gladly ac. 26, 1875, at Latham, a with a splendid response, ki, died in the St. Clara's hospit- cepted. ghter of Mr. and Mr Will- Succesl season clos- -Kretzinger. In November, They have not been able to al at 2:25 a.m. Thursday, Aug. Mount Pulaski play- t914, she married A. J. Pease covttact those in the rural area, 23, 1951, after a surgical opera- LATH YOUTH IN and anyone wishing to donate tion. Miss Ridgeway was taken Friday afternoon when leave funds at either bank. to the hospital in Lincoln Tues- XIC G of Latham. md contests were cli- Decedent is s.ive.d byone r can Chrlstzan r More detailed information a-day. She was aged 44 years, 7 Moi bout the drive for funds will be months and 5 days. The News Bureau, Cal.Aero With a feast of water, daughter, 1 Decedent was born Jan. 18, Technical Institute, Box 3157, of Kent, 11 given later. Berry of Springfield, The body was removed Wed- 1907, in Sangamon county, south Grand Central Station, Glendale, and Mariann Dana nesday to the Schahl funeral of the Copeland Christian chur- Calif., sends the Times.News the of the summer home in Mount Pulaski, where GRADE SCHOOL TO ch. a daughter of Arthur and following in, formation: a fine Job. Tourna- services will be held at Anna Van Hook Ridgeway. She "Donald R. Pollard, son of Mr, in the various Friday, conducted by Rev. OPEN SEPTEMBER 4 had always lived in the Mount and Mrs. Clarence L. Pollard, Badminton singles, O. Zumstein. Burial will be laski area. Latham, Ill., has arrived at Cal. A " "- : - -n .,diss tcidgeway is " ed y Aero Technical Institute, first; Dick Camden, Illini cemetery near War- ccordmg to S L Ketchie, " - survey b i al the Mt FulasKi o - " princ p , " ..... n two brothers, Azel and Marshall dale, for a 36-week course Linda Stivers, third; rensburg. . ted ads scnooi writ ope solida gr - -- - t of Mount Pulaski; two sisters, aircraft maintenance. fourth. In the the new term ...... on "lesaay, :ePooks ..... lvlrs. Alma Jenkins and Miss "Donald will take the winners were,,Dick Miqli a m ,or nalt aay Patsy Ingrain, with Hobby And e. 4 at 9 - . . ' - Mary Ellen Ridgeway, Manteno, ire technical'course along will be distributed aria may oe ,,,  more than 600 other airmen as and Sharon Mont- Show Vllll FLJival purchased orrented as desirredox i The body was removed to the part of his specialized Air Forei , runnersup. Was a new branch of The Mount Pulaski Jr. WSCS Busses will traVueltesaaPs p lasi Schahl funeral home, where Training. maety me same  . ., funeral services will be held at 'l'he course includes basic this year for the of the Methodist church is again first jew oays az girls and this tourney looking forward to sponsoring a year, for the 12 p.m. Saturday, conducted by mechanics, repair and overhaul by Barbara Cyrnllk Hobby and Antique ShoW at the least. Rev. Robert Wilkes, pastor of the of aircraft and aircraft engines, Ingrain and Alice church, during the Fall Festival, Hot lunches will be served, be- Christian church, as well as maintenance and op, runnersup. Se tember 6.7-8 ose in ed in display_ing ginning WednesdaY, Sept. 5th. Burial will be in Steenbergen eration of aircraft under, flight Pupils may pay by day, week or cemetery southwest of Mount line conditions, "Cal-Aero is located on IIOOSTRS ICNIC their hobbies and anyq%trs y. month, as preferred. Pulaski. 200 acre airport, Grand Central bring them m m ...... m , September 6. If un- A new bus was purchased dur- supper will feature morn" g ...... Clar !ing the summer and has a ca- Air Terminal, in the heart meeting of the Band to bring articles, ..'__,_'i pacify of 46. It is the latest in Three Pulaski Youths Southern California aircraft Club to be held at the ence Clark and 1. van_re' r" improved school busses. In Naval Training dustry, just a few miles from lich can be eontaetea a,u " Recreation Center on Fleet Home Town News Center, Los Angeles. Auast 27 at rangements will be made to have Great Lakes, Ill., sends the fol- will be furnished by articleSePiCkedtP.exhibi t will be BIR REUNION lowirlg to the Times.News:- kJO OS Bring own table serv- All it " '"three Mount Pulaski, Ill. insured and there will be an at- SUNDAY Naval Reservists are undergoing NORTH OF PUIaKI Booster members and tendant at the shoW day and all members night, throughout the three Pupils, school patrons and all a two.weeks' training course at John Ladd, 38, of Decatur, teachers, of the Birks the Naval Training Center,, at Mrs, Marjorie Hecht, 35, of Peoria and their families, school, six miles south of Mount Great Lakes, Ill. sustained injuries about 12:30 to attend this picnic EDWIN STOLL, ffHS__UT Pulaski, will assemble at the '"the young men, all seamen m. last Friday when the driver and meeting. " W-INS STATE FKIR pRlg school on Sunday, August 26, to recruits, are: John S. Drabing, lost control of the car on the: ,a,n D Stoll, Logan County participate in the 30th annual son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard curve on State Route 121 north ...... r son of Mr. reunion. A basket dinner will Drabing; Donald D. Salt Creek Bridge, four miles 00ntest Winner 4-H Club youngstoH of Chest- me served at noon, and those at. of Mr.'and Mrs. Dale O. north of Mount Pulaski. The car and MrS. Richard lt Us A Name" con- nut, showed Lanevi,evtffl tending are asked to ormg own and Orville O. Bandelow, son of bounded into a corn field. by Robert and senior heifer calf,  -_._.., table service. Otto Bandelow. Though not seriously inJtud 0 d on -tuu=,u " ''he training closely parallels they were removed in the Hol. Ryan, has terminat- Fair in Sprmgflel hamnion In the afternoon a program m "The Talent Work- this calf was narnw  ,- given which will include that given the regular recruit land & Barry ambulance of IAn. by Johnny Roman- Milking Shorthorn female in the to be been chosen as'the Junior department livestock Judg music by Jimmy Powell and his and is designed to increase the coin, to Deaconess hospital Hillbilly Ramblers. effectiveness of the reserves." examination and medical care. ing.