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(! F:LECTIONS By H. J. Wible the air filled with Back- sentiment, we can't help eUrt into our thinking nr, we e going to take ach relative to this t -- oe that is quite every resident of out any comunity, for that is a school? Certain. a place where we start women of tomorrow , .... . .......... ; : .... [IN .,.,ne,,,' 00o,,s Became Bride Sunday Weddi00 Ceremony T.ook Place At Zson Lutheran Church THURSDAy, AUGUST 24, 1961 NO. 6 Richard Austin Guttschow,  *'/ |aJl l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest "OPERAlION ABOLmON COLOR. c0000ouc caltmcH of E Ash St., Norma00 ED SIL TENNIAL MOVIES SHOWINGI DzmcAzlo" DATE took as his hride'Sunday. m 20, 1961, Miss Janet Rohlfa, "TJ SXT FOR SEPT. 3 ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel-,em Public Invited To . - o .. . .. -- -- I Blessing and dedication of the Rohlfs, of near Mount Pulaski, MalA1Nm Lt _ l new St Thomas Aquinas Catholic 4 p.m. double ring core' ............... fly, ..... - ..... The -- ,-nurcn, vounz rumski, Ill., will men? took place in the they pr grade to mother until the eaimax--gradu. high school. that is the  of program as fax hem is oncerned. Just how do we get these la our oommualty for the of our lumgste? tim mosey tJmt mal ou: aud theft high come from other com- Springfield, Decatur, IAn- ms? other city, contribute dime direcUy to our Zlem? Who does contribute to our fine schools a re- Attend Program At High School Undercover activities of the Communists in the United States will be shown at the Mount Pul- aski high school in a 45-min- ute documentary film entitled, "Operation Abolition," Sunday, Aug. 27, at 8:00 pan. Another film will also be shown which could well be en- l.cdtmm Girl, Wed Scrturday Miss Marietta June Letterly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letterly, of Latham, and Mack Jerkatis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- jamin Jerkatis, of Homewood, Ill. were united in marriage Satur- day, Aug. 19, 1961, at 2 pzn. in titled, "Operation America." This St. Patrick's Catholic Church in film shows how Mount Pulaski, a Elkhart, Ill., the pastor, the Roy. I small city of 1700 in the mid-sec- Edward M. Krewer, performing tion of the greatest counlry the world, celebrates its 125th birthday, untrammelled by die- tatorship and subversive leader- ship. It's a picture of a typical American community unfettered by false & destructive ideologies, but one devoted to wholesome thinking, wholesome living and wholesome truths. In brief---this film depicts Mount Pulaski's re- cent Sil-Tennial Celebration in colored movies. It covers the par- ade and many other phases of the event. The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band will give a half hour program revious to the two movies, from 7:30 to 8 pzn. "Opemtm Nxdltkm" This 45-minute docurentary film was produced by the Capi- tal Film Laboratories, 9f Wash- ington, D. C., in cooperation with the House Un-American Activities Committee. It shows actual scen: es of picketing by college stu-. (Continued on page 14} I00ms. FLo00 tm.LY Sool better cles, up to a , more lot ?ou and your you spend at home taxes and pmvido that support assets. sbofld yoax hop- GIVN RECOGNITION AT STATE MEETING Mrs. Floyl Kelly, Home Eco- nomics teacher at the Mount Pul. aski Township high school, who served as president of the Illinois Vocational Homemaking Teach- ers' Association for the past year, at the annual convention held last week fn St. Louis, Mo., was the recipient of an award present- the double ring ceremony. On the altar were two bouquets of white flowers. The Organist was Miss Diarme Ward, Elkhart. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a gown of white Chantily /ace over white satin, floor length; scalloped neckline, I dropped waistline, long sleeves, I i whieh came to a point at the I fingers, fingertip veil of silk I illusion, held by a crown of! pearls and crystals and flowers of white roses and white carna- tions on a prayer book. Miss Bernadine Letteriy, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Judith Albin of De- catur was bridesmaid. Both wore dresses afike, street-length, of or- chid organza over pink taffeta styled like the brides gown, scal- loped neckline, dropped waistline short sleeves, short orchid veil at- tached to band of orchid bows and nosegaes of white carnations and pink roses. The bride's mother wore a blue Dacron dress with pleated skirt, i and had white aecessorles. The groom's mother wore a fight cin- namon brown dress with dark brown accessorie The best man was Clyde Burkle of Homewood. The ushers were James Jerkatis, cousin of the groom, of Hazel Crest, and Er- win Krumweide of Bloomington. A reception was held in the church basement. Miss Karen Buckles was. in charge of the guest book; Miss Barbara Wasil- (cettnued on page 14) be on Sunday, Sept. 3, 1961 at 11:30 a.m. The Most Reverend John B. Franz, D.D., Bishop of Peoria, will preside. Father J. W. McGinn, pastor of Holy Cross Church in Champaign, Ill., a former pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas, and Fath- er Daniel F. Monaghan, pastor of St. Patrick's Church, Lincoln, Ill. will be chaplains to Bishop Franz. Monsignor Robert G. Peters, edit- or of the Peoria "Register", will be Master of Ceremonies. The choir, composed of members of St. Thomas Aquinas Church and St. Patrick's Church, Elkhart, Ill., will provide the music. Visitation of the new church for the public will be Sunday even- ing eptember 3, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. BUS PARKING AREA AT GRADE SCHOOL CHANGED THIS YEAR Since. six buses are arriving at the same time, the Mount Pul. aski Consolidated grade school finds it necessary to dhange the bus parking area. All bus students will be let off and picked-up on the south side of the school grounds, in- stead of the usual west side. No parking for cars will be in effect !on both sides of the street, where the buses will park. Parents who drive, may pick up their children on the east or west side of the school, but NOT on the south side. "No Parking" signs and "Street Lines" should be completed by Monday. Please cooperete with the school on this important change. It is your child's life that is at stake. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES TO HAVE PICTURE TAKEN All Sil-Termial Belles should meet at the Court House Satur. day, Aug. 26, at 3:30 p.m to have a group picture taken. If mem- bers have Sil-Tennial dresses they are encouraged to wear them. However, dress is optional. help build up some- Community? you help them I:YI o their schoois and and you get no from them? do that every ttme leaves ed to her by the American Vo-! cational Ass'n. in "Recognition of Significant Contributions to Vo- cational and Practical Arts Edu- cation Through Service as Presi. dent of the Illinois Vocational Homemaking Teachers' Ass'n." The presentation was made by Mrs. Ardythe Browning, immedi- late Past Presiden and Counselor i of the association. speud your money is as what you Your mouey. appceckmou to your who have been you provide the tim ed of our oungster event dollax you  In ?our owa oom. SIX NEW SCHOOL BUS ROUTES IN OPERATION HERE THIS YEAR Buses Will Make Only One Trip MornLqg, Afternoon Six new school bus routes will be in effect for the coming school year. All buses will make only FORK SCHOOL I ne run, bringing all the stu- --- ........ y I dents at about the same time. At OPENS ON MUNUA Jdismissal time, all students will , otto ,',rk m-ads school will I leave at the same time. The first ,-,- ---- o .... . U e open tim 1961-62sehoolyearwRhlday.f .school, A  28, th - '--I[da'" session on Monday, lgraue scnool wiu dismiss at 3 Aug. 28. Students am asKea T.OnV bring payment t'or books, on op- The grade school routes, driv- ors and Students on the routes, are as follows: (this does not in: clude the exact order of pick-up, as them will be changes made after several days of trial and error ). Route #3: Harold Scheuler, driver; Buckles, Stopher, Haskell, Skaggs, Shehorn, Seefeidt, Yowell, Reeves, Munyon, Lowe, Gasaway, Pope, Pope, Fellows, Deavers, !Buckles, Wubben, Jackson, Cole- man, Westen, Ayers, Sams, Hlld. Route #4: Robert Keck, driver; Max helmet, Bree, Opperman, Leimbach, Volle, Lobb, Lynch, Jaggi, Dierker, Robinson, Jack. son, Stile% Ahrens, Stout, Horn, McCain, Braun, Wolcott. Route #6: Harry Milner, driver: Jim Jackson, substitute-- Howe, Davis, Lamar, FuRs, Mann, She- ening day. Bus routes will be similar to those last year. MEN'S DOUBLES TOURNEY HERE A men's doubles tennis tourna- ment will be held Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4, at the high school courts, starting in morn- ing. There is no age limit. The tourney is limted to play- ers in Logan county and vicinity of Mount Pulaski which would include I1Hopolis. Trophies for the first and sec- ond places will b awarded. En- tries should contact Dr. R. N. Harem. An entry fee of $1.00 will be required. horn, Scott, Downing, Buckner, Peterson, Beckers, Lehman, Erlen- bush, Hertzfeldt, Miller, Huffman, Musick, Schahl, McCormick, Ful- scher, Schaffenacker. Route 1, 2 and 5 will be high school routes. Route #i: Mike Koehler, driv- er: Tendick, Gfick, Vaughn, Mar- shall Tendick" Waddell, Cooper, Beggs, Hagen, Henrichsmeyer, Maxhetmer, Wilham, Butcher, Trago; Cornland students, Bryson; Lake Fork students, McAtee. i Route #2: Bert Fraim, driver: i Weckel, Seroggin, Westenhaven, :Creager, Shanle, Scroggin, Scrog- gin, French, French, Cardoni, Birks students, McGee, Shanle, Martin, Martin. Route #5: Carleton Drake, driv. or: Schmidt, Cowger, Mardis, Drake, Stogdell, Rockwell. Chest- nut students, Buehler, Stoll, Stoll, Allsopp, Bobell, Seaman, Shell- hammer, Wiggers, Davis, Schmidt and Durchholz. The exact pick-up time of stu. dents has not been determined as yet. Students sh6uld be prepared to expect the bus from 7:30 on for the first few days. Children whose names aren't listed or if the bus misses picking them up please contact either grade or high school. Pulaski Zion Lutheran with the key. Martin Rothe, offiC- iating. More than 300 friends relatives attended the wedding. Bouquets at the altar were of white gladiolus and blue with four palms at side of altar. The organist was Miss Phyllis Schaffenacker of Lincoln, former,  ly of Mt. Pulaski. The v was Miss Karen Nally, of son City, who sang "The Lord's Prayer". Given in marriage by her fath or, the bride wore a full gown of Alencon lace over eta, long tapering sleeves, i que waistline, low satin yoke !turn-back collar, silk illusion held in place by a crown of pearls and sequins. Her jewelry was a tiny diamond necklace, a gift of the groom. carried a cascade bouquet   stephanotis and a white orchid. Miss Nancy Berg of Mason cousin of the bride, was maid honor, in a royal blue silk chiffon: ! over matching taffeta dress., It ::(! featured a scoop neckline came to a V in the back, matching taffeta which continued into a large at the back. Her headpiece was chiffon bow with i She carried a cascade blue daisies. Similarly attired in lighter blues were bridesmal Miss Barbara Patterson of ac, and Miss Carol Mount Pulaski They wore of silk chillon, varying in from royal blue to light scoop necklines, dipping (continued on page 3) REC00D FAIR FLOWER SH( The special in Thursday, 17th Flower Show at the State Fair, Springfield, arrangement class, 'q'he and Mrs. Kerner, Our Blue Ribbon winner in ision was Mrs. A. J. Pulaski, with an elegant formal dinner table set The white lace Venetian i cloth used in the exhibit in the Lyon's family for than 45 years. The floral arrangement a silver container was of red roses and green dishes were white Bavarian banded with gold. gold.banded crystal the setting. NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION MEETING A National Farmers ation meeting, sponsored Logan County NFO, will Tuesday, Aug. 29, at 8 the Legion Home at aski. Edgar Wink, State and Merry Abbott, Asst. Director, will give short talk The public is invited to Coleman H, Teen-Age A Back-to-School held for teen.agers, at the linson Recreation Center on Saturday night, starting at I and winding up at 11:30. John Coleman of will be present to handle 1 cord dance - and younger set. Admission is 50 cents,