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ept idler,  trve "- LECTIONS By L J. Wible some of our Re- have beeu rathe omy this one we will go from the very begin. unto the end. heard of the poultry- keep his lights burning loug to simulate day- us get his heauery keep on the Job 24 to be quite success. for the the is the farmer who bovine harem to the g from renditions. b sakl to make Betsy and she gives to the til her owners pail is Overflowing.  se thoee kds of Betsy bad kked it her resentment of the of old hands. rlbbou is the fanner we the other day raising corn with muM- and love songs. is a fellow (but his idea isn't a Oue), maklng that noble ex- now and will have prove it thla fail so he that orn will grow with music than of oaal two pots ot g the same and planted alike. he has poles aloug from which loud speak- to carry the music the pt attuned to ra/se 22 per cent snore the one not having to it "oars" clahns that the soil to muslc is warmer and e0zn crone up 12 hours the sell without Mso causes the corn to mine sturdy roots. sdanUag rune he play- in Blue," and when Started shooting out of he played chs mu marches. clahn we can under- pollination seas smsgs. thor's because its SUch cm I Can't Give But Corn. Daddy'; Cield Hm A "Sfl- t we'd this farmer play some szh a lore+ sour notes if it would sour the t the growth. that he isn't sure is the tone that ap- "em'o rhythm which would to the rlng ml:kxlly whes a W'md is blowlng. eXPeriment does work govenunt will have oblem cm its hands-- cut peoducti while the mus//ans un- Showing will please forget to heading relative list. They were placed over reports of it! ! i ! R I s df N DIED SUDDENLY ans e ea e or ew 00r00eStp00er'00rthW0000'IHigh School Addition ington St., Mount Pulaski, ILL, was taken suddenly ill in his home about 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. : 2, 1961 and was removed to the Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos- ICLASSROOMS NEEDED TO MEET pital in Lincoln, by the Schahl ambulance. Mr. Stopher passed JOE MATTHEWS WED JlPRESENT DAY REgUIREMENTS away at 9:30 o'clock, ten minutes TO AU GIRL fter arrival at the hospital. His death was caused by a heart at- IN ST. LOUIS SEPT. 9 [-[ - Plan To Install tack. He was aged 86 years, 7 _ e Hot Lunch months and 16 days. Miss Jean Ogden, daughter of/I[l  lro(Jllll Although Mr. Stopher's health Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ogden, of J Op Monday had been failing for some time Melbourne, Australia, became the Badly Neededens and he had been a hospital pati- bride of Joseph Matthews, son The Girl Scout Drive will be Final plans and 'blueprints for ent at various times, he was up of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Matthews, kicked off Monday night. The an addition to the existing Mr* tnd about. Only Saturday, the living east of Mount Pulaski, on Girl Scouts will go door-to-door Pulaski Township High School day before his death, Mr. Stopher Saturday, Sept. 9, 1961, in the St. starting Monday night at 6:00 p. Building facilities are neazitlg and his family went to Cisne, Ill. John's Methodist church in St. m. They will continue each night completion and on the 28th of Oc' to attend funeral services and Louis, Mo., at 4 p.m., in a candle- thereafter until all people have tober, 1961, voters livlng within burial of a younger brother, Frank light ceremony. The double ring been contacted. Let's help them the high school district boundat. Stopher, who was found dead in vows were received by Dr. H. go over the top. ies may cast their votes on the his home Wednesday, Sept. 20, at PowelL Business and Industry will be proposal that a bond issue t[ 9 aa. He had been dead several The bride was given in marri- contacted by men, during the $496,000 be issued to pay for the hours as his TV set was still age by Verne Hannah, a close week. building of the addition. friend. They approached the al- running and was tuned in on liar on a white carpeted aisle dec- Remember, you can buy a sus- The proposed addition has been one of his favorite programs, orated on both sides with white taining membership for $10.00, or in the planning stage for several George Stopher was born Feb. streamers and candle hurricane an individual sustaining member- months and after consulting with 8, 1875 in Delphos, Ohio, a son of lamps, ship for $25.00. If you are not con- state officials and school author. William and Catherine Loy Stoph- The bride wore a white Chan- tacted please send your eontribu- ities, the Board of Education er. In Enterprise, Ill. on April 12, tilly lace dress over silk taffeta tion to Dean Cates, treasurer, at it is necessary that an addition be 1899, he was united in marriage with a short veil and white lace the First National Bank, Mt. Pul- built. Not only do the preset eg, to Dora "Nicholas. Thirty-six years isting facilities fail to meet all ago they came to the Mount Pul- mitts. Her bouquet was white or- aski. chids and stephanotis with white Several contributions have al- of the needed requirements, ki community, locating on a streamers, ready been received, the increase in enrollment and trend in school organizatl farm in the Birks school neigh- Mrs. Robert Matthews, of St. The following men have volun, throughout the state stress the borhood, 6 miles south of Mount Louis, attended the bride. She teered to help with the drive, need for the addition. Pulaski. They remained on the wore a royal blue French silk They will be calling on the busi. farm for 27 years, and nine years chiffon gown with matching hat nessmen and women and indus- The addition is planned to tin- ago moved to the present family and slippers and carired a bou- try: Lee Cleveland, Dale Fuhrer, prove the following common pro, home. His wife preceded him in quet of pink sweetheart roses. Dean Cates, Lee Taylor, Ray blems recognized both by death on May 2, 1960. Robert Matthews attended his Lynch, Weldon Bowles, Robert school authorities and state ln Decedent is survived by one brother as best man. Dale Voile of May, Ken Johnson, Van Froehlich. specters. Adding facilities f son, Charles Stopher, Mount Pul- Latham and Norman Hampton of girls' rest rooms, (there is now (Continued on page 16) St. Louis, were ushers, one girls rest room in the base, The bride's proxy mother, Mrs. W. S. ELLIS, FORM ment of the existing building), moving the overcrowded Verne Hannar, wore a light beige COUNTY JUDGE, DIED tion of the science laboratorieS Jane+ Downing jacket dress wtth a white orchid. and improving the science de- Mrs. Matthews, mother of the William S. Ellis, 63, of 215 May- partment facilities in keeping Married Sunday groom, wore a dark sheath dress fair, Lincoln, Ill., prominent at-with the trend of increased nuln, bi with black accessories, green hat tomey and former county judge bets of students entering To Leroy Ru n and a green orchid, of Logan County, died suddenly fields; improving existing A reception was held at the at 4 axa. Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1961, ieal education programs relfl[lony Pelion-s! Gatesworth Hotel for about 100 in Billings Hospital, Chicago, ing every student to have guests, where he had been a patient since ieal education as a regular At C (lu The wedding cake was a three- Sept. 13, for treatment of a heart of their program and at tiered fruit cake sent from Mel- ailment, time; creating a new By Rev. Burdick bourne, Australia, by the family Funeral services were held at English department with An impressive wedding eere- of the bride. mony took place at 2 pan. Sun- The bride is a graduate 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Holland & equipment for the language Barry Funeral Home, Lincoln. English classes; building a day, Sept. 24, 1961, in the Mount anesthetists and taught anesthes- The deceased was born Nov. 9, and chorus room, Pulaski Christian Church, when ia at Barne's hospital in St. Louis. 1897 in Logan county, a son of need for these organtzatius The groom is a graduate of the William S. and Anna Bevan Ellis. use the stage and gaml[e; Miss Janet Lee Downing, daugh- University of Illinois. His marriage to Mildred M. Mayer mga new industrial shop ter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Down- After a trip to Cumberland formerly of Mount Pulaski, took new agriculture shop to ing and Leroy Otto Rubin, son of Falls, Ky., the couple is making place July 17, 1924 in Chicago, serve the community in Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubin, Mount their home east of Mount Pulaski and following her death Feb. 2, the school is located. Pulaski, were united in marriage, where the groom is engaged in 1933, he was marired to Kathryn Along with many more The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Paul Bur- farming. Kolp, also of Motmt Pulaski, on bletns to be met will be the dick in the presence of the ira- Aug. 16, 1946, in Chicago. ishing and equipping of a mediate families. Mrs. Burdiek  YAGOW . I Survivors are his wife, three hot lunch room and was organist. [ sons, William S. Ellis III of Skok- very definite need. The new A pinacled arrangement of  IN CRASH fie; Robert M, Beach Grove, Ind.; and departments built would Kentia palms was used at the Mrs. Wilbert Yagow of Mount[ and Daniel William, Lincoln; one old rooms, such as the three back of the chancel, and tall Pulaski, was injured Sunday, daughter, Suzanne, Lincoln; three ence rooms, and these white wrought iron Cathedral Sept. 24, when the car in which brothers, J. Hardin and Harry, converted into regular vases were filled with modernistic she was riding with her husband both of Atlanta; Mark, of Bloom- classrooms. These needed arrangements Of white chrysan- was struck in the rear by a car ington; and two sisters, Mrs. At- provements coupled with the themums and pompons with scat- driven by Everett Williams from thur Applegate of Atlanta and jeeted increase in tered accent coloring of the fall Toledo. The crash happened at Mrs. Ada Coe of Dwight. There point up the necessity for tones of bronze and gold of the the Sangamon Ave and Peoria axe six grandchildren, ed school facilities. same flowers, with the velvet like Road intersection in Springfield Blueprints and plans for Salal foliage used. Seven branch at I:L5 p.m.. proposed addition may be lighted candles stood on either Mrs. Yagow was admitted to SO][ BOOKS the high school office; and i side of the chancel. The center St. John's hospital for treatement ARE STrI AVAILABLE voters are encouraged to Rive aisle was lined on either side of back and neck injuries. At last lous consideration to the vith white satin, floor length pew report she was improving nicely. The Times-News Souvenir of the district's students, the Mr. Yagow had stopped his car Bound Editions are stil available, needs of the community and the tyes. Given in marriage by her lath-when the signal light showed red, If you are away from here and sincere proposal to build now the bride chose a floor length nd the Williams car aproached would like to have one sent to the present and the futme. of ChantillY lace. The bas- from the rear, smashing into the you, they are $33. The 33 cents le bodice was styled with long Yagow vehicle. Williams left the covers the postage. Those in Mt. TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE sleeves and a scalloped scene but was soon caught by Pulaski and vicinity who haven't SATURDAY AFTERNOON sabrina neckline. Tiers of lace police, their books let, may pick them Donald E. Howe, who cascaded to the floor in a bouf- up at the Times.News office, pointed Acting Postmaster rant skirt. The silk illusion veil ANOTHER BASEBALLCASUALTY The Bound Edition with the Warrensburg, Ill., Aug. 18, was held by a crystal crown. The Mike Schultz, first string catch, beautiful picture of the court is holding Open House at bride chose a brief cascade at- er at MPTHS, will be out the resl house in its natural color on the Warrensburg Post Office, rangement of large white Fujii of the season as the result of a front cover would make nice day afternoon, Sept. 30th, oWh sprained ankle during yesterday gifts, for those who have every- 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. chrysanthemums and_ f evening's practice, thing. The public is invited. p?00p00n bouq t. over the sides in a star shaped design, and rl rl was finished with a mile bow.  r[ The matron of honor, Mrs. Mer- wyn Dean Leckbee, wore a street ll length mint green sheath dress of chiffon over taffeta with a match- ing veiled head piece, and car- ried a dashing triangle design of gold and bronzed toned pore pops and deep green, speared leaves " of foliage. -- VOL. 59 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 (Continued on page 13)