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i IJ--TIMES.NEWS. NOuat  IlL, THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 1961 REFLECTIONS (Continued from page 1) ! lltmmt lqtusld hs w1tneued a 9Yeet  In the chu.h Ufe J U,e ,:mnmuaity. iF   .0 ch.,h m. r me almoet omptely m- moddled plus -,, added ed.- ! ,,,mr . and the oth two with added modern fa- iUtfes and refmbishg. It took a calamity in the corn- to accomlsh most of Uric--Use nr nl,t of 19set. h it going to talm a calamity Jim Net to awalam the om. edu field? us the ,   hh ta the .et tee dlsat fu- i U,a,m,,. we meet thet threat i':4to might say that "we can  unU1 the threat bocomes an heroes we do anything xmtL" Ihat if by that time it is not lato...-d we do place our ms a building program' faces us this coming Btdlding costs compared to to- &ay's costs will be much more ve, foc building ts li g else, ceattnue to bgber ee Tee,. veu in thee high school  I|m in do,bt us to the aeed   maua pUmt Uem. A Ut muS Um-Um of tha  k,mUe, U ,pink UrnS- wears that something be dano.-=d.  the soan ibetturt to an alzoad wandedul lSStkenmmmary year.  W. MILNER IS  PROMOTION Airmau 2je Harry W. Milner of VIi Pulaski recently was promot- !NINE HORSES DIE IN LINCOLN FIRE AT FAIRGROUNDS Nine head of saddle horses and ponies died in a barn fire at the Logan County Fairground Sun- day night, Oct. 22. John Wade of 534 N. Jefferson who lives across the street from the barn, called firemen about 5:08 p.m. Damage to the barn, used to house show horses during the fair was estimated at $6,000 by Fire Chief Edgar Smith. He could not put a value on the horses until their owners had been contacted. The barn, constructbd in 1937, housed saddles and equipment, which also was destroyed. Chief Smith said the interior of the building was gutted and the fire burned through the roof in several places. Two horses were saved. i All off duty firemen were called i to fight the blaze until 7 p.m. on Sunday. Lincoln Rural firemen were also called. Owners of the horses were Don Thornton, Don Sank, Nancy i Brown, Junior West, Betty Rich, Harold Holland, Pete Hutchcrafi: and Jack Esham. ORAN SCROGGIN 93 YEARS OLD OCT. 17 Oran O. Scroggin, well known resident of Mount Pulaski and community of Mount Pulaski and observed his 93d birthday anni- versary Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1961. In honor of this event a din- ner was served in his honor on Sunday, Oct. 22, at the home of! his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ! and Mrs. Russell Buckles at the i end of North Spring St. I Those present were: Mrs. Jen- nie Smallwood, of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schroth and son, ! Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dit- tus and children, Lynne, Robert and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Buckles and children, Crystal, Stanley and Stephanie. SCHOOL LUNCHES FOR OCT. 30 TO NOV. 3 Monday: Beef hash, green beans, cheese, apple sauce, bread and butter, milk. Boy Scout Drive [Still In Progress The annual drive for the Boy Scouts is now in progress with the advance drive being in charge of Robert Steinfort. He is being assisted in this part of the drive by members of the Rotary Club. A house to house canvass will be made Monday under the di- rection of Dean Cates, drive chair- man. The goal is $550. Benefits to be derived from the funds contributed include person- al service to the Bob Scout units by the Corn Belt Scout Personnel; summer camping facilities, year- round facilities for outdoor train- ing, district supervision and de- velopment, special area wide ac- tivities. The above 'mentioned benefits will make possible a full program of Scouting for every boy who wishes to become a Boy ScOut. FHA CARNIVAL AT HIGH SCHOOL NOV. 4 The FHA of Mount Pulaski township high shool, is sponsor- ing its annual FHA Carnival on Saturday, Nov. 4, 1961 at 7:30 p. m. in the high school gym. The carnival is open to the public. There will be 10 booths and donation to each booth is 5c. There will also be a food booth, a fish pond for boys and girls, and an exciting side show. The girls are working harder this year to make it one of the most successful carnivals they have ever had. Come and see what a fine job the FHA girls are doing toward a better FHA, and join in an even- ing of fun.  OFFICERS ELECTED AT MISSIONARY LEAGUE At the Lutheran Women's Mis- !sionary League meeting at the Zion Lutheran Church, last Thurs- day, the following officers were elected: Chairman, Mrs. Wilbur Hoff- meister; vice-chairman, Mrs. John Biesemeier and Secretary.Treasur-, er, Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker. Members enjoyed a luncheon at noon in the church basement. Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker assist- ed by Mrs. Byron Downing show- , Tuel: Hot dog on bun, to the rank o Airman First creamed peas, baked apple, milk. ed slides of her trip as delegate while serving with the 56th Wedmmd: Chilliburger on a from this area to the Internation- -Weath Reconnaissance Squad- bun, hot potato salad, carrot stick, al LWML Convention in Pitts- at Yokota Air Base, Japan. pudding dessert, milk. e Squadron Promotion Board Thursday: Chicken casserole, but- DOGS NOT WELCOME .ed him for promotion not- tered succotash, perfection salad, AT GRADE SCHOOL that he does an excellent Job bread and butter, milk. The City Council took action at an airborne radio operator on lklg: Cheese and spaghetti their Tuesday night meeting to -50 weather reconnaissance vegetable beans, egg salad sand- alleviate the accumulation of aircra, wieh, pineapple slices, milk. logs in the grade school area as Airman Milner, the son of Mr. i  the result of an episode involving Mrs. Harry E. Mllner, 410 N. THANK YOU a dog and a cat, with a child be- iayette St., Mt. Pulaski, arriv- I am very grateful to whoever ing bitten by the cat, in the in #apan almost two years filled my oil tank last Saturday. I melee. He is due to return, to the!sure appreciate it more than any- The council has issued a warn-  united States in December. one will ever know. ing that all pets must be kept at :  i Mrs. Ollie Hinds, home during school periods, or a Pads at NmVl--I Comland, Ill. they will be picked up by the city. :!* SPORT COATS IFrNh new eOtO and Gmmtten are i  amblned ith the British kmt.., for the saas Jr. $17.9,5 Sxt Coet Jr. $13.q5 HUSTON & PAOLONE  Men's & Boys' Store lll i Ir. KL XLL  tUJn , APPAREL for real beyo burgh, Penn. in July this year. Blesemeier talked about the Lee Taylor, principal of the high'[ ial Reformation services to school, explained the proposed[held at the grade school g3   high school addition and John l2:30 p.m. Oct. 29th. STAHL'S "RANGE BARGAIN OF THE YEAR" DELUXE 30" G.E. ELECTRIC RANGE Retail Price $349.95 AND YOUR OLD RANGE -- Feeh00res- BUILT-IN ROTISSARIE FULL OVEN BROILER 4-HR. TIMER - MINUTE MINDER PIANO-KEY PUSH-BUTTON CONTROLS HI-SPEED BURNER TIMED OUTLETS "WE HAVE JUST ONE OF THESE RANGES" STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS "WASH AND WEAtt" dress shirt i APPAREL IO ,ea0 boys A lmpe dmu mhb4 d ue combed cotn lcld Die, cckly  ,lube,.IRtAe or no ninll Uaeomo,udl.v ,,uhable ,tJ, ,.v blm! e eoal e m,e edb emm be wom wUh e e 'm,d  oos TO 8AWY]m stJ to deign mine toS0 S.00 HUSTON & PAOLON| MEN'S & BOYS' STORE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS !,