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Is msch an imupenw zmng ss00z00. r hls ahool lmz lm au um- pup as  WALCH ILL. FItES00 Nancy Walch, North La- St., Mount Pulaski, is par. as a freshman in cere- the one hundred year at Illinois in Jacksonville. This year school is expect- enxollment of 600 students one hundred of a larger en. the new 1000 seat chap- under construction, in December. fall term construction addition to one of the residence halls and a hall will get under- rain fell" last night a,total three inches the days, thus stopping about 50 degrees. VOL. 59 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1916 NO. 9 "GET ACQUAINTED" PARTY OF JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB A large crowd attended and en- joyed the "Get Acquainted" wien- er roast for Junior Woman's Club members and their families, last Thursday evening at the Recre- ation Center. After the meal, games were enjoyed by the men and children and visiting by the ladies. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John West and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Talmage d family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cline and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Letterle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and family, Mr. md Mrs. William Howe and faro. fly, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voile, Mr. and Mrs..Dee Buckles and ram.' ily, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brook- er and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Singley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cates Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phaxis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riehner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Armstrong and [am- fly, Mr. and Mrs. John Bender Mr. and Mrs. William Dittus and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shanle and family, Mrs. Nancy Hein, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tabacchi and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and family. ANNA M. GLOSE, 93, DIED MONDAY AT NURSING HOME Mrs. Anna M. Glose, a well known resident of Mount Pulaski all of her life, who resided on North Vine Street, and had been in failing health for several-years, and three years ago became a patierrt in the Mary Henry Nurs- ing Home at Lincoln, Ill., died thee Monday, Sept. 11, 1961, at 2:30 arm at the age of 93 years, Memorial Trophy To F00mily Af Iowa Fair The Harold Ingham family liv- es in Greenview and Mrs. Ingham is a daughter of Mrs. Clarence Bowers of Mount Pulaski. They raise and exhibit Shetland Ponies and the Greenview Review, issue of Sept. 7th, carried the following article about the fami/y attending the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines "Last week the Harold Ingham family, accompanied by Pat and Maureen Meehan, competed with Shetland pony exhibitors from 19 states at the National Shetland Pony Congress held at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa. Charles Ingham drove Playboy to a 4th and 6th in Single Shet- land under harness. He also drove !Playboy and Playmate to 3rd i place in Shetland tandem pair. "Judy Ingham showed Playboy and Playmate for the blue ribbon in Shetland harness pair under 42 inches. "Pat Meehan drove Playmate to a 5th in children's competition, and Playboy for 2nd in Fancy Turnout. His partner in the latter class was Vicki Adams, Gaines- ville, Texas. 'rhe Ingham family was fur- ther honored at the Iowa [air by being presented with I'he David Berry Memorial Trophy', inscribed 'Perpetual award with annual replica for an amatuer exhibitor displaying showmanship, sports. manship attitude and conduct, punctuality, stable management and cleanliness'. This trophy was presented by Mrs. David Berry, Berryland Farm, Oakton, Va, and will be .displayed locally Sept. 19, in the Johnson and Denton Store window. ACCID0000'T Accidents took their toll in this community the past week, none, 4 months and 16 days. however, fatal Anna M Klotz was born April He " Pulaski Ill I  Frank Buckles got in- 25 1868 m Mount , , , , " . [ volved with a riding lawn mower, a dau hter of Dawd and Mary Su g _  J nday, at his home southeast of Lutz Klotz, who came trom uer the cl an . "  ty, d had a tendon cut In many to Mount Pulaski auring his right foot. the 186ff. There were a num- Andrew Wiggers is nursing a her of ehildn in this family, M Glose being the last mem- ber. She attended the local schools, and during the year 1891 married Grant Glose, who preceded her in death in March, 19"20. Decedent was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Luth- eran Workers of the church, and lad been honored with a 50.year pin from the local Rebekah lodge. Mrs. Glose is survived by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Pearl G1ose of Mount Pulaski; two grand- children and five great-grand- children; and several other rel- atives. The body was removed to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mount Pulaski, where funeral services were held at 10 azn. Wednesday, Sept. 13, conducted by the Rev. Ray Zumstein, pastor of the St. John's Lutheran Church. Appro- priate organ music was played by Mrs. J. H. Stuart. Burial was made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were: Russell Curtis, Louis Sams, Edward Fraschauer, Jr., Orville Gasaway, Eugene Connolley and Harold Park. GIRL .,oIlr ffND DRIVE WEEK OF OCTOBER 1 to 7 Th Girl Scout Drive will be held the week of Oct. 1 to 7th, with door-to-door canvasing by mothers of the Scouts. Ken Johnson is chairman of the drive and the quota is $546. (9-28) badly mangled little finger on his right hand as the result Of getting it caught in a corn augur. 24 stitches were necessary to patch up the damage and save the finger. Kenny Katka is on crutches after having broken a bone in his right foot while delivering papers the past weekend, stepping in a hole. This is his second episode with a broken fool the other hap- pening two yea ago. John Holmes is getting around on crutches after suffering severe burns when he stepped into scald- ing water mixed with chemicals, at the Holmes Garage, a short time ago. I.a00am To Be Really 'Ut Up" Latham's new stree[ lighting project began in AugUst and is almost completed. Seven 6,000 - lumen laml are being installed for the downtown district and new 1,000.lumen fix- tures are being placed in the rest of the village. The work is under contract with the Central Illinois Electric and Gas Co., Lincoln. Latham's former lighting sys. tern included only small over- hanging tights. The village board has initiated plans for tem and basketball facilities at the village park. A pavilion and ravings are the only present facilities, according to Richazd Purcell, board president. Maxgaret Washbond Sunday To Victor Sc00" hulm Miss Margaret L. Washbond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Washbond, Sr., of rural route 3, Lincoln (northeast of Mt. Pulas- ki), and Victor L. Schrishuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schris- huhn, St., of Mount Pulaski, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Sun- day, Sept. 10, 1961 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Mount Pulas- ki. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ray O. Zumstein before an altar decor- ated with pink carnations, white gladioli, white mums and palm branches. Wilbur E. StolI, Mt. Pulaski, sang "I Love You Truly" and 'l'he Lord's Prayer," with Mrs. J. H. Stuart as organist. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a dress of blue brocaded taffeta with a scoop i aeck (made by the bride), double pleated skirt, street length. Her nylon tulle shoulder length veil was held in place by a crown of lillies of the valley. Her acces- sories were white and she carried a cascade of white daisy pore poms. Her only Jewelry was a single strand of pearls, gift of the groom. The bride's attendant was Miss Rose Marie Lowe, formerly of Mr. Pulaski, now employed in Chica- go, who wore a brown embossed taffeta dress fitted bodice, box pleated skirt, and jacket, with large collar, pink accessories and cascade of pink carnations. The best man was Robert Schrishuhn, brother of the groom. Ushers were George Washbond, Jr., brother of the bride, and Stephen' Lynch. The bride's mother wore a dress of pink and white nylon organza, white accessories and white gladioli corsage. The groom's mother wore a dress of lavender batiste, and white gladioli cor- sage. Following the Wedding, a re. ception was held at the country home of the bride's parents, where the Air Force theme was carried out. The table decorations included a simulated missle from which punch was served by Miss Judith Maxheimer; coffee was poured by Miss Sandra Musick, and the bride's cake, which cent- ered the table, was served by Miss Georgia Washbond. Both are graduates of Mount Pulaski Township high school. The bride was previously employ- ed as bookkeeper by the Cyrulik Bros. Construction Co. in Mount Pulaski. Mr. Schrishuhn has just completed 19 weeks in the study of Fundamental Electronics at the Air Force Base in Rantoul, where the couple will reside for the present. He is studying to be a missle system analyst. i00THAM COUPLES ON 5600 MILE TRIP TO WEST RECENTLY Mr. and Mrs. John Scheetz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wachter re- cently returned home from a 5600 mile trip through 14 of the north and western states. They took the northern route to Washington where they visited with relatives of Mrs. Scheetz in Raymond, Wash. Among the different points the magnificent Red Woods in Cali- fornia, the Salt Desert in Utah. At ,Sag Lake City they a tour and lectures on the beau- tiful grounds of the Mormon Temple and attended the organ recital at the Tabernacle. They returned home by way of Colorado Springs and viewed the Cyenne Canyon and the Seven Fal Christmas To Be Ore Responding to the request many who participated in pageant chorus, which was posed of singers from all churches, the Ministerial ation placed their stamp proval on the combining of choirs of the city to Christmas 'program. Representatives of the ?rotestant churches  St. Zion, Methodist, and met together with choir sentatives of their Tuesday to formulate date set was Sunday Dec. 17th. Dan MeNabb, vocal in the local school ha to direct the chorus. Singers from the are Sre vited to join this gup : though they did not in the pageant chorus. erful showing the chorus was the incentive to combine singing talent for another standing musical event. LINA J. WATSON, LIFELONG OF CHESTNI/T, Mrs. Lina J. cnown and esteemed Chestnut community all her died suddenly at 8:35 day, Sept. 8, 1961, at her Chestnut, Ill., from a tack. Her health had been for many months, but she active almost until the enjoyed a visit in Peoria ly, attended the Old Meeting near Kenney, and Mount Pulaski Saturday, to witness the wonderful nial Parade in connection the 125th year of the Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Wats W almost 90 years of age. Decedent was born Oct 1871, near Chestnut, IlL, a daugh* ter of Alfred and Nellie Ayres, early day residents Chestnut vicinity. She Chestnut schools. In 1896, she married ;on of Chestnut. i a time they movel into Watson preceded her in January 18, 1942. Mrs. Watson continued to Chestnut her home, part of the time while her hter, Miss Nellie, who ;raduate of'M0unt Pulaski ship high school, was retarial work in She was with her during recent winters, spent three years In Florida. Watson came back many ago to be with her mother, Surviving are one Miss Nellie Watson of one son, Merle Watson, two grandchildren, and grandchildren. : The remains were the Schahl Funeral Pulaski, where funeral were held at 2 p.m. 10, conducted by the Trueblood, pastor of the nut Methodist Church. Two hymns, "No Night and "Abide With Me," by Alva Trowbridge Of with organ accompa Dr. V. J. Soukup of Chestn Interment waS made in Laenna cemetery, west nut. Pallbearers were: ( Heft, Todd Buehler, McCann, Wilbur Schroth Randolph and Francis Souvenir Books Still Available The price mmaim 160.pago fltlem ca vaflable at the  who havo osdm mam ham not yet copy my pick it up time. Fofk out of tho ha faed  drsd opy to get It  t wr.