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FL00ECTIONS[ ] [ THOSE COBNEBS ! com, at auy time of the night,  at -,,y time of! ar, fs a bad hazard for ,W 1MLIB I"UCUlr ever/ aesl- the " 1 ahs  out in tJ ommt l for ! !o otto of two things to VOL. 59 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1961 NO. 8 ,- Uncoln Players ,= "&apos; Win L00bor Day of c.. Tennis Tourney The Labor Day tennis tourney shutting off all the make a ceoig prated, of U mofm you more cauUoas in slow up at uch almast at a dead stop tf Tou dms't mm mctrmne you maycou tea pa- our "lmsiQ-lmsters" would Just as Ndously and as Um of human I U do of  tim soil ofwtd b- to live m'udb lget Ixmlts of tl frufls to us that wRh all tl down In aop m wmld ho mlme me of .mle tllat's lmt's )-- tiiltj of tim J! to imtme mm wgJam e.lltDas of lmmeda for Logan county players was won by Gaffney and Plut, of Lin- coln. The other finalists were el- son of Mount Pulaski and Ace Hinman of Lincoln. Nine doubles entrants made the tourney a success. Fimt round double entrants who were eliminated: Gary Ey, and Robert Steinfort who lost to the two Romer boys, Jim and Bob, 6-2, 6-2. Pluth and Gaffney: eliminated Phillip Bertoni and Stith, 6-1, 6-0. Vinson and Gerard of Lincoln defeated Ray Hanslow and Mike Berg, 6-3, 6-3. They were in turn eliminated by Hinman and Olson, who had previously defeated Har- ris and Dutz, of Lincoln, in two different matches 6-4 and 12-10. Romer and Romer were defeat- ed by Miller. and Harris of Lin- coin, 7-5, 6-0, and Pluth and Gaffney eliminated Miller and Harris in the semi-finals, 6-3, 6-0. Olson and Hinman made a bat- fie. of it in the championship .game with Pluth and Gaffney before being downed 4-6, 9-7 and 9-7. Mount Pulaski's fine modern courts came in for considerable praise from the visiting entrants. AOUA BELLES TO ha to FORM ORGANIZATION i imdm of Iris lllf, A group of young girls and young women are planning to he  get paid for form an organization to be known so lie woulda't I as the Aqua Belles. Their purpose is to develop an active group .could lm otxofled in in synchronized swimming. !  the - Anyone wishing to join this  tim spots could to a aop of potatm o beans, doee not eome undu sdan, b,st don to astUne dowa the u,ine. Margaret Washbond To Many gundav tops of the corn ha [, and Miss Margaret Washbond, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. George our lint to the mm who Washbond, living 6 miles north- tmlms  human life east of Mount Pulaski, and Victor to mcsif a amall por- aop tins tim  of RELATIVES S00UDI, ARABI00 Mrs. C. E. Hildreth en- and friends (m alRemoon, honoring their William Flemming and Saudi, Arabia. Mrs. Flemmlng are vis- mother in Springfield, elatlves in Beardstown, montlm before retm'aing He is employed by the Company. Those com- a distance were: Mrs. William Flemm- tlue children, Mrs. Flor- of LoweIl nom, Mrs, HemT KnechL Lin-! and Mrs. Nick Warner, Don Eckhardt, Cick, Armington; Mr. Van Hook and Decatur, and, Mr. and Hildreth of Bloom- new group is asked to contact Mrs. Harmer at their organiza- tion meeting Sept. 26 after school at the pooL She will decided as to the swimmer's qualifications. Officers are to be elected. Sehrishuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrishuhn, Sr., Mt. Pulas- ki, wil be nuited in marriage Sun- day, Sept. 10,. at the St. John's Lutheran Church. The public is invited. There will be a small reception follow- hag the wedding ceremony at the home of the bride's parents for relatives. CKIKRKTD BAY p,mNRS SUNDAY The home of Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Cooper, about 5 miles south of Mount Pulaski, was the scene of a turkey dinner on Sunday, Sept. 3, celebrating the 82d birth. day anniversary of Mr..Cooper, and the 50th birthday oI his son- in-law, John Welch of Illiopolis, of which will occur on Sun- Sept. 10. The dinner was by Mr. Coopers daughter iss Violet Cooper. Guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pippinger of Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Irvin and children of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. John Welch of Hliopolis, and Hiram Shull of ML Pulaski. MKTODISTS TO SERVE CHICiN SUPPER The Elkhart Methodist Church , TRUCKS will hold their famous Family- local Ford sales. Style Fried Chicken Supper on Davenport, Iowa last Saturday evening, Sept. 30, serv. Tuesday attending ing to start at 4 o'clock. Tickets showing of are $1.50 for adults; 75c, for child- ears and lxueks, ten. DEDICATION OF NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH WAS MEMORABLE EVENT Colorful Ceremony Marked Completion of New Churc00 Home The members of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Mt. Pulaski, Ill., and the many guests who attended the dedication cere- monies and Mass on Sunday, Sept. 3, 1961, at 11:30 a.m., were privileged to see and hear the Vlost Reverend John B. Franz, D.D., Bishop of the Peoria Diocese, as he blessed the outside and in- side of the new church building on South Lafayette Street, as well as saying the Mass and preach- ing the dedicatory sermon. . ChapLains to the Bishop were the Rev. J. W. McGinn of Holy Cross parish in Champaign, and the Rev. Daniel F. Monaghan of St. Patrick's parish in Lincoln. The Very Reverend Msgr. Robert G. Peters of Peoria, was the Mast- er of Ceremonies. The Rev. Ed- ward M. Krewer, pastor of the dew church, together with several altar boys from Mount Pulaski and Elkhart, also took part in the service, i The St. Thomas Aquinas choir was ably assisted by several members of the St. Patrick's church choir of Elkhart. An Honor Guard was present from Springfield, being members of the Knights of Columbus of that city, all old friends of Bishop Franz in Springfield, where he was born and received his early schooling. A dinner was served in the basement dining room of the church by members of the Altar and Rosary Society, with Mrs. Donald Waddell as chairman, to the many visiting clergy and many relatives of Father Krewer, who came from LaSalle, Peru and other places, to attend the cere- monies. The honor guard of Grand Knights of Columbus were also dinner guests, as well as mem- bers of the choir. The young ladies of the church waited on the tables. On Sunday evening from 7 to 9, visitation was held with a large number of local persons visiting the church, as well as a number from Elkhart, Lincoln, Springfield, Illiopolis, Decatur, La- tham, Chicago, Jacksonville, etc. Punch and cookies were served to the guests by the young ladies of the congregation, at a beauti- fully appointed table in the base- nent of the church. Miss Teresa Wessbecher had charge of the guest book at the evening affair. Everybody who was fortunate enough to be present at the dedi- cation of the church, and the vis- itation in the evening, were great- ly impressed with the beuaty and spaciousness of the new edifice. Father Krewer and the mem- bers of St. Thomas Aquinas Cath- olic Church are grateful to all who have expressed so many good wishes. It is a coincidence that this GIRL SCOUT OCTOBER 1; 67 Girls In Area Interested In Girl Scouting year is the Centennial of the Mt. Pulaski founding of the Church and the 125th Anniversary of the founding of the city. When the old church, in use since 1902, was so badly damag-! ed on Sunday, June 1, 1958, by the explosion of a tank ear on the Illinois Central railroad, it was decided at once that it must be replaced by a new church. This has been fulfilled, and every ,ne is indeed happy that the re- The Rev. Joseph Farley. DRIVE TO OPEN GOAL SET AT $546 Linda Kuhns Vernon Dierker Sunday, Aug. 28 Perform Ceremony AJ Zion Lutheran Church, C"hedn00 Miss Linda Kuhrm, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Aden Kuhr, Pulaski, became the Vernon Dierker, son of Mr. Mrs. Alvin Dierker, Chestnut Sunday afternoon, Aug. 27, at 2 p.m., in the Zion .... Church in Chestnut. The doubk ring ceremony was performed the pastor, the Rev. D. E. Ktrh- ner, before an altar decorated with white gladiolius. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown featuring a fitted of chantilly lace, scalloped neck- line and long sleeves. Her hour-. ant skirt was of chantflly lace and tulle. Her illusion net tulle veil was attached to a ed crown. Sandra Kuhns, of New  sister-in-law of the matron.of-honor. She wore a pink lace dress and a wide pink organza hat. Her was pink and white carnatiml Best man was Edward Diork, brother of the groom. Ushenl Jerry Maxheimer and Bill K the latter, brother of the hrtde. The mother of the bride wore a grey lace over pink taffet dress with white accessories. Dierker, mother of the chose a pink flowered nylo - gandy dress with white ies. Their corsages wore white carnations. A reception followed mony In the church b Mrs. Robert Wurth and Mrs, O-" car Wurth were in charge. and punch were served tro table topped with a white tablecloth under white net  : suits have been so wonderful, green ivy, pink roses and ........ d of-the-valley, Silver candle Contractor v.erett oenier an o, .,n n a li<,hted candle ' ....  " the ' '"  "  his men, ShOUld De proud m  ........ ...... l" ' u [o me oecorauons wonaerlm wOrK they aeeomp ran- . ..... . ........... ew wara ierKer cut tne ea in me OUlialng oI Me n ........ - ....... i'ects were mrs Jerry Maxnelmer 2rv eolnce, ine arch t unch  Brool/.s-Miller Rubinelli, of Peoria. p . " ...... .= ' " om Alter a snort weaain trlp Former pastors of the St. Th " o,-.,,,, ; t h.m,, in M,, 11 as Aquinas Catholic Church in ""."v'L "'r'vel'il"n "tile b *'''7"'' ese t asKi for t a g rum w Mount Pulaski who were pr n " blue silk dress with whl at the dedication of the new chur- [ aeories L  ch were" " -- =" " ............. am J The bride and groom are brh ine tev J w IViC'/llll, t.lt " " "" "]graduates of the Mount pagn ..... -m. ^. x;t.^] Hadi.an [Township high school. She iso' . . - . MCembev. E. V. O'Neal, Lombard 1 !.rMgflid7 The Girl Scout Drive this year will be the week of October 1 to 7th. The chairman of the drive is Ken Johnson, treasurer. Dean Cares and Lee Taylor will have charge of publicity. The quota for Mount Pulaski is $546. The Mount Pulaski Girl Scouts belong to the Land of Lincoln Girl Scout Council, which includes Christian, Logan and Sangamon counties; Mason City in Mason county; Virden and Girard in Ma- coupin county. Mount Pulaski has 67 girls in scouting. There are 5 troops. The neighborhood chairman is Mrs. Ray Lynch, who has been in this capacity for two years. The drive for this year will be conducted on a door-to-door basis by the troops. The business men and industry will be contacted by individuals. Something new has been added this year. Individuals can receive a sustaining membership card for $10.00. Groups or business can get sustain membership cards for $25. Individuals not contacted may :send or leave contributions with Dean Cates, treasurer, at First National Barrk, Mount Pulaski. ?ATRICIA McV00, 3, INJURED WHEN ;TRUCK BY CAR Patricia Ann McVey, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville McVey, South Lafayette St., surf- ered head injuries Monday morn- ing when she was struck by an auto when she attempted to cross i the street near her home. Investigating officers said the child apparently looked one way and waited for a car to pass, th darted into the path of the car driven by Raymond J. Ford, 44, of Niantic as he approached from the opposite direction. They said he was driving slowly and his ear bumped the little girl knocking her to the pavement. State Trooper George Garvey, who investigated the accident, said her injuries were probably from the pavement rather than from the car as there were no marks on the auto. She was tak- en to St. Clara's hospital in Lin- coln for X-rays and treatment and was admitted for observation. Mr. Ford is employed by Stahl Bros. in Mount Pulaski. IL S. BASEBALL OPENING High school baseball season op, ens next Tuesday at Atlanta. Bea- son comes here Friday, Sept. 15, the Lake Fork Grain Co. SIL.TENNIAL METHODIST The A V Class of the Church is sponsoring a nial Tea to be held in the on Friday, Sept. 15, at 2 p.m. Visiting churches are relate an interesting or ant happening of their during the last not compulsory but interesting. An interesting gram is being planned. Sil-Tennial dresses may still worn as the whole year of was designed as Stl.Temldal Year. Everyone is invited to TEST-MART STORE / Stahl Hardware has ored by being selected as one 50 stores in the list of tail Hardware Ass'n. for i ship in this elite organizatl: the state. As a Test.Mart Store be able to offer their many new products they appear in other The Test.Mart has been ized by Don Hays, Hardware Retailer for the al association for many has a wide acquaintanoe hardware and can be of ance to membom Of Mart stores in  ....