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Mount Band Operating On Full Schedule The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band held a re-organization meeting :on Wednesday evening at the brary. Mrs. Tom Havener, Sr. and Mrs. Lee McCain were elected co-chairmen; Mrs. Byron Downing was named secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Herman Wood, telephone e0mmittee chairman. : Members are to notify Mrs. Wood when they cannot partici- pate in a coming engagement. The band members will meet at 2:15 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 28, on north side of the square, to go by cars to Kenney for the Old Settler's program. At 7:15 p.m. that same day, y are to assemble at the high school gym, where they will give half-hour program from 7:30 to . 8:00 prior to the showing of Jim Coogan's colored movies of the Sil-Tennial, and the Communist On Saturday, Sept. 2, at 2 p.m. band will decorate a float be. used in the Edinburg Labor parade on Monday, Sept. 4th. Sunday, Sept. 3, they will pre- sent a program for the Ridgeway reunion and other reunions be- held at the Douglas Park in Springfield. This band group has also been to play for the Kewanis lr in September, and Rotary Club in Springfield, in the near future. They entertained approximate- Shriners and their wives on evening, Aug. 19, at the Nicholas Hotel in Springfield. were requested to play sev- encores. At the end of their they were given a rising of thanks (first time for this ntce gesture). The Sil-Tennial Band was an advertising group for recent Sil-Tennial celebration Mount Pulaski, traveling many in all directions to enter- longet trip was to Her- I, some 80 miles south. Schedule L Illinois State Department Instruction has approv- of transportation to Logan county schools 1960-61, County Superintend- of School Donald W. Splain of has announced. The total $55,873.80. Re various school districts will reimbursement as fol- Grade $1632.64 Grade $2530.00 Unit $4733.76 Fork Grade $ 771.52 Lincoln $4426.80 Grade $ 640.00 Grade $ 732.50 Grade $2087.96 Holland Grade $2424.00 Colmland Grade $ 792.00 West Lincoln Grade $1993.92 Grade $ 894.04 Elkhart Grade $29582,0 Mr. Pulaski Township School $3712.00 -Emden Unit $5686.52 Community School $9660.50 Community School $1709.44 Community School $1536.00 Holland High School $1376.00 High School $ 332.48 lVmsUez: A man whose work that he keep his ear to USE REDI - MIX CONCRETE SAVES ,Time. Labor. Money !Phone 2-3260 IlL, TIlURSDAY, AUGUST R 1861 TIMES-NEWS LETTERBOX Aug. 14, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: My check in the amount of $3.00 is enclosed for anuther bound edition of the Times-News Souvenir edition. Both the regular and the bound souvenir edition that were pre- viously received have been loaned out and I want to be sure that I have an edition to keep. I spent an entire Sunday read- ing the Souvenir Edition and it brought back many memories, some of which had been half forgotten. It also contained much history and information that I had not known before. You and Mr. Beidler as well as the rest of the staff are to be high- ly complimented for putting out such an outstanding edition. I look forward to receiving the Times-News each Saturday. Al- though there are many new nam- es I enjoy reading of the people done. The Sil-Tennial edition was really a masterpiece - and took lots of work to do such a com- plete job. If you should have one of the bound editions left please send it to us and bill us for it, we would like to keep it and will gladly mail you our check. Best regards to you and all our good friends in Mt. Pulaski. Yours sincerely, C.E. Eminger Washington, Illinois Mr. Harry J. Wible, We have enjoyed our. Sil-Ten- nial edition so very much. It was superbly done. Also the Aug. 3rd edition and we would like 7 cop- ies of it, so we may mail out and we will pay when you send the amount due. (Sorry, we sold the 275 extra copies we had ldmtetL) Hope some one took the parade in color, it was lovely and your that I remember so well. . ,black and whites are wonderful uongratutations on your won- shots of it. derful celebration I ... " ed our s .... . _ t we enjoy ray wnue incerew, rom Witt . :." . [home and saw qmte a few for P.O. Box 65, Penner, menr. lsuc h a torrid day. In all the Sil- '  ....  ....... [TenniaI was quite a success and z uia auonal la ast [all should get a lot of praise as Richmond, Indiana it meant long hours and hard Hello, Harry: Am very sorry I have not sent in for paper. I really did enjoy the large edition you sent out. I was unable to attend the cele- bration due to the wife still being in the hospital, but my heart was with you people every minute of the time. Keep that paper coming as with it I can somewhat keep up with what is going on in the old home town. As ever, H.L. Cull. 8-14-61 Dear Mr. Wible: Thank you for a nice job well work. Sincerely, Emily Scroggin. (Mrs. Arthur M. Scroggin) Aug. 16, 1961 Dear Friend Harry: I received my copy of Times- News Souvenir. Thanks. It is a beauty and you deserve a whoop- ing lot o' credit for the success of i the celebration, and  grand suc- cess it was, too. Mount Pulaski is and always was a very worthy little city. And m a great old state. Love, Harry M. Blout. RETURN HOME FROM TRAIN TRIP TO CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schaffe- nacker have returned home from a train trip to Walnut Creek, Calif. They were accompanied by their grandchildren, Nancy an,d Kurt Walker, who had spen"c sev- eral weeks visiting them, includ- ing the Sil-Tennial week when they were part of the cast of the Pageant. They were also accompanied by a daughter, Mr. and Mrs: Rob- ert Hemphill of Newman, Ill., and their children, Phoebe and Billy. All visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker in Walnut Creek and the Walker children remain- ed at their home. While in California the Schaffe- nacker's called on former Mount Pulaski residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hargrave and their dau- ghter, Mr. arid Mrs. Donald Beall in Alameda, Calif. i i i REAL ESTATE LOGAN COUNTY GOES TO STATE Th o Logan County Farm Bureau softball team beat out the Mc- Donough County Farm Bureau softball'team, 3-2, in a thrilling two extra inning ball game. The game was played under the lights at Havana. The Sil-Tennial Belles minded that they will have picture taken on Saturday noon, Aug. 26, on the steps. Belles should wear Sil-Tennial dresses if they them, although dress is "BUD FARRAND SAYS" ORDER YOUR COAL NOW! "Reduce Your Cost of Living'" Fill Your Coal Bin Now ! 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