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14--TIIMS-NEWS, Mouut Pulaski, IlL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1961 H. $. Class of '51 ILETTERLY WEDDING-- H H's Fi t ewski and Miss Kay Israel, th nu =1 Reunion tgift table; Mrs. Sandi Southern [and Mrs. Judy Nailer, cake; Miss' Th, first reunion of the Class J Sue Sessions, anal Miss Marlene /Bloye, punch. Miss Karen Hilliard Of 1951 of MPTHS was held the [and Miss Marsha Anderson also weekend of August 20th, starting "assisted. a banquet Saturday even- at the Garden Room in the The bride graduated from the Leland in Springfield. Fol- Warrensburg-Latham high school, and attended Illinois State Nor- "Operation Abolition"-i2 Car Accidents (Continued from page 1) [As s =a camam May, 1960, when the House Un-r Three persons were injured American Activities Committee I none seriously, in a collision of met to conduct a hearing. a car and truck, at a country Accordina, to the H .... U A C , these i road intersection, one-half mile Los Angeles student riots were in- I west of Latham at 6:30 p3n. Men- spired and led by trained Corn-Iday- munists Several leading Corn- i Leland Parker, 52, of rural Clin- murrists, subpoenaed by the H. U. ton and Willard Todd, 48, Clin- A. C. to testify, are shown in the ton were taken to John Warner lost control of his car, erturned and struck a pole in Latham. ., He was taken to DeCal  be Macon County Hospital w received X-ray examination.. ,- James Ellis Thomas, 18,  catur, who was a passengera- car, was brought to Mount  ki in a Schahl ambulanCe, m Dr. Cross took three stitc,,$ the back of the injured head. the banquet a short pro- and business meeting was d with Joe Lucas as MC. It to have another re- in five years (1966) which consist of a picnic. Mrs. Delores Maxheimer was named of this. The class will prophecy, that was written in : 151, was read arid provided laughs. Small gifts were presented members who had traveled the farthest, had the family, was married the time, married the short- :  youngest child, bachelor, and girl, and baldest person. Booklets (compiled and typed by Mrs. Loren Holmes) which the history of the class the last 10 years, were out. These booklets were to the memory of John only deceased class After the banquet, all attending were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe at the 170th Officers Club, Airport, Springfield. A snack was provided by and Mrs. Loren Holmes at home in Mount Pulaski. Sunday afternoon an in- get- together was held 2 to 4 at the Recreation Cen- refreshments were serv- by the committee in charge for the afternoon were teachers, Mr. and Mr Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Herb- of Mount Pulaski, and, Miss Clara Martin, of Lincoln. Those attending the reunion Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- (Delores Hein Mr. and Bill Dittus, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holm- Marshall), Mr. and Froschauer, Mr. and William Rentmeister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Richner and Robert Hes, bf Mount Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shanle of ; Miss Betty Waddell, Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Norrington (Verna Man- of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. McCain (Vera Mercier), of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bushell of Urbana; MX. and Mrs. Loren Sehroeder Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Younger (Mariana Dana) were received from sev- members. The committee in charge of the was Mrs. Loren Holmes, Mrs. Younger, Mrs. Bill Dittus, Robert May- Joe Lucas, Edward Froschauer Ray Richner. COUNT1 v FARMER I[[A BOARD E. Stoll, Logan county in the Chestnut vicinity, been named to the Farmers Administration county according to Grant the agency's county sup- in Lincoln. The appoint- is for three years beginning Uly 1st. i Compased of three members, the is set up on a rotation with one new member ap- each year. Mr. Stoll suc- Orville Atteberry of Bea- iKm, who lqas served on the com- mittee the past three years. Other members are Delmar B. wait of New Holland, and S. Harmer of Elkhart. JAMES PHELAN STATE CHAPLAIN James Phelan, 806 Pulaski Ill., and a former Mt. was recently appoint- Chaplain of the Amer- Legion Auxiliary. an Auxiliary mem- Phelan served as presi- of Logan Unit No. 263, Lin- in 192,6 and 1934, and since then has been president of her county, district and division. lVlr. and l',L3. Phelan were pre- ranted Gold Lifetime Membership by Logan Post and Unit, in mal University in Normal. The groom graduated from Bremen high school in Midlothian, Ill., and graduated from Illinois State Normal University. The newlyweds took a wed- ing trip to South Carolina. The bride wore an aqua and white Dacron dress with a full skirt and wide aqua belt, and had white accessories. They will reside in Oak Lawn near Chicago, and he will teach mathematics in the Argo high school. HOSPITAL NEWS Ira Howe, living southeast of the city, was removed to the DMC hospital, Decatur, Sunday morn- rag, in the Schahl ambulance for medical attention. Mrs. Vernon Cooper, west of the city, entered ALM hospital, Lin- coln, Wednesday, Aug. 16, for surgery. Floyd Kelly, city, was admitted Aug. 16, to St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, for medical care. He was dismissed the following day. Mrs. Lottie Hahn returned home Saturday from ALM hospital, where she had been a surgical patient several days. ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL TO BEGIN NEW YEAR SEPT. 1 The Elkhart Community high school will begin the new school year with a half-day session on Friday, Sept. 1, announces the principal, W. W. Ritchie. He ex- pects the enrollment to number 80, a slight increase over last year. film as they appeared at the hearing; but instead of answer- ing the questions put to them, they delivered wild tirades again- st the Committee, and encourag- ed the students in noisy disturb- ances, which made it impossible for the hearing to proceed. The students picketed the H.U. A.C. by parading outside the building, carrying hand-made placards, and milling around in the lobby and hallways, shouting and chanting loud objections to the proceedings. They defied pol- ice orders to leave, until they were forced out, by means of streams of water from fire hoses. Many were arrested for question- ing, at which point they lost their bravado and mob-spirit, and ap- peared to be quite uncertain of the wisdom of their rash actions. The American Legion believes that this message is one which the citizens of our country should have  in order to help prevent the spread Of subversive influence among our young people and in all segments of our society. BOYS IN SERVICE John D. Davis, guided missil- man seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Davis, r.r.1, Mt. Pulaski, is now serving in the Pacific aboard the heavy cruiser USS Los Angeles, operating out of San Pedro, Calif. Work: An unpopular way of making a living. Spendthrift: A person who never gets his wage. "Isn't it fun to romp on warm, cozy floors F:I HEATER hospital in Clinton. They were treated and released. Thomas Dillman, 21, of Decaturl was taken to the DMC hospital irL Decatur where he "was treated and released. Larry McIntyre, 19, of rural As- sumption, who was with Dillman escaped injury. State Trooper Bob Cline inves- tigated the accident. Second Accident Joseph Heveran, 29, of War- rensburg, was injured slightly a- bout 6 p.m. Wednesday when he Home Adviser NoW On Radio Program Miss Genevieve Gentes, County Home Adviser, has ed a spot on radio station Lincoln, for a weekly gram. For up-to-date on home economies nouncements, tune in nesday morning at 10:30 er WPRC and listen to yoUr Adviser. Back to School Boys' Oklahoma TUFFIE SLACKS $9.98 $4.98 Boys' BVD Briefs .................................... 69c Boy's BVD T-Shirts .................................. 69c V Neck or Round Neck Boys' BVD Athletic Shirts ...................... 69c Girls' Blouses - Corduroy Slim Jims $9-.98 and Up BOys' Washinglon Dee Cee Long.SleeVed Wash and Wear Shirts $1.98 to $2.98 Boys Calumet Shoes $6.95 to $9.95 DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Douds" LAN6ELLIER'S OF UNCOLN and Ray HansloW "YOUR LOCAL SALES REPRESENTAT Ivy'# Are Cleaning H Yes, All 1961 FORDS, FALCONS MEROUIIYS, COMETS and NEW TRUCKS MUST GO! 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