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5/=  .... : Anderson.-- (Continued from page 1) brother as best man. Dwayne Tur- was groonsman. Don McCain Kent Anderson, brother of the bride, were ushers. Mrs. Anderson, mother of the chose a beige broacaded llwnt IMedd, IlL, TINItSAYo  2, t_! I GII00 SCOUTS TO COOKIES MARCH The Girl Scouts of Mount Pul- aski will be selling three varie- ties of Girl Scout Cookies, from March 3 thru March 20. The cook- ies, a vanilla and chocolate sand- wich, Scot-Tea, or chocolate-coy- W E A T H E R l Ring aubs Held I Potluak at miopolis Thursday, Feb. 23---The warm- The Mt. Pulaski Riding Club est and most comfortable day of the winter season thus far. Sunny most of the day with a temperature of over 60 degrees. There was a fine mist falling dur- Hargraves Left For California and the Illiopolis Riding Club, Mr. and Mrs. Harold held a combined meeting at the bit. Pulaski, and Loren Illiopolis grade school, recently. Lincoln, left Monday, Feb. A potluck supper was enjoyed car, for Alameda, Calif., and the film of the 1960 100-mile the former's daughter trail ride was shown, band, Mr. and Mrs. Don with a matching flower hat accessories. She wore a tang- carnation corsage. Mrs. mother of the groom a navy print dress with navy accessories and a white car- harlem corsage. A reception followed the cere- mony in the newly completed Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church. The bride's table, cover- with a green net cloth, was with a wedding cake, encircled with green and white flowers. A silver punch bowl, sil- Ver coffee service and white in candelabra, completed table setting. a short honeymoon trip they will reside at Ohlman, near Nokomis, where the is engaged in farming. For traveling the bride wore a with brown access- Mr. and Mrs. Rentmeister are graduates of Mount Pulaski school. The bride graduated Southern Illinois University, t Carbondale, with a degree in Training. She is em-" as Assistant Buyer of Ac- at Bressmer's Depart- store in Springfield. The served four years in the Navy. SMORGASBORD TNUT CHURCH reservation Smorgasbord will held at the Methodist Church :in Chestnut, on Friday, March 17. will be at 4:30 p.m. and at 6 p.m. Contact Mrs. Reidle, Phone PY6-5637, or, Mrs. Robert Myers, 12-X.12 Beason, for reser- Something that mak. I failures of many men. ered mint, will sell for 40c per box. The profit from the sale will be used to help support the Camping Program. In 1960, the money was used to build an addition to Dad',, House at Camp Widjiwagan, in Springfield, which is used by Scout troops for overnight camp- ing. Last year over 1800 Girl Scouts enjoyed camping experi- ence in seven Day Camps, Camp Widjiwagan and year-round troop and trip camping. All this was made possible through the pub- lic support of the Girl Scout Cookie Sale. These cookies are delicious, so why not buy some and help sup- port their Camping Program? School Reorganization-- (Continued from page I) schools with a district showing more than 1,000 inhabitants. The highest school tax rate in the state is at Park Forest with a $3.774 rate. The lowest rate in the state, believe it or not, for schools in the dual system, is the school tax of the Mount Pulaski Township High School and Con- solidated Grade School of $1.212. Fhe local schools are the sixth. There are only six schools in the state with a lower tax rate in dual and unit systems, than Mt. Pulaski. Sunday was a nice day altho chilly. Sun was bright and warm when out. Temperature rose to between 30 and 40 degrees. Monday dawned cloudy and chilly. Warmed up from an early temperature of 30 degrees to be, tween 40 and 50 degrees. Tuesday--Temperature was be- tween 30 and 40 degrees. High for the day was about 46 degree. Sun was shining during morning but clouds moved in after dinner. Wednesday's weather brought back that Spring feeling as the began to rise from the 30 degree mark, early. The sun came out brightly and added warmth to the atmosphere. A very very beautiful day for the first day of a new month, March. There was no disputing the say- ing that "March came in like a lamb." Usually it comes in like ADULT HOMEMAKING CLASSES START AT ELKHART According to the homemaking instructor at Elkhart Commun- ity High School, Adult Home- making Classes began Monday Feb. 27, at the school. Th Course runs through eight con- secutive sessions, each one last- ing two hours. ing the early part of the morning. Friday was a little different with a low temperature of 32 degrees. Cloudy and stormy looking all day. Wind was song and cold. i Startd snowing about 1:25 p.m. becoming steadily heavier until the ground was white. Stopped and there was no more. Saturday was very cold with slippery walks and streets. There were a few snow flurries during the morning but nothing came of them. Warmed up some but re- mained mostly cluody. Harry Creager, president of the From there they will go Kickapoo Saddle Club, was a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tribbett guest, and gave a short talk a-t erside, Calif., then on to bout his club and its activities I Spring s where the Hargra during the past year. He spoke a. ake their future ho_me. bout the chicken fry and dance t argrave has accepted e that their members had sponsor-!ment as a cashier in D ed and issued an invitation to lPantry Mr. Birnbaum will thoce ,present to lslt their club lhTm:e bYataames have been l at an3 tme  g The next meting will be held !ful employees of the Times- at the Mount Pulaski Appliance and we "hate" to lose them. Shop, March 15 at 7"30 p m At Hargrave had been with date will be set at this time, for tganization the past 25 the ride to Springfield. while Harold was with us seven years until health tions made it necessary to continue his work about a ago. School tax rates in this area a lion. Of course we must not Garden club members have will be of considerable interest, forget what happened one year priority on bus seats. Any left and are as follows: ago the 15th of March?? It can over can be had for non-mere. Decatur 2.450; Niantic-Harris- happen any day. Also, a year ago bers. Membership dues are 50c. town 2.045; Mt. Zion 2.007; IllS- the temperature was zero. A small opolis 1.983; Springfield, 1.920; Thursday was rather crispy Lincoln 1.914; Blue Mound 1.909; with a light frost and tempera- Warrensburg-Latham 1.868; Will- ture at 31 degrees. iamsville 1.838; Clinton 1.741; Mama 1.694; Argenta 1.684; Greenview 1.562; Mason City IN MEMORIAM 1.556; Athens l.506; Atlanta 1305. In lovtj mmnorT of Harvey Walk, who passed away Feb. 27, 1959. ook... GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS SHOULD RESERVE TICKETS Mrs. A. J. Lyons and Miss Marie Sams will be at the Con- nolley Drug Store on Saturday afternoon, March 4, from 1 to 3, to receive money for reservations for the bus trip to the Chicago Flower Show on Thursday, Mar. 16. The show, will be held at the McCormick building on the Lake Michigan front at 23d Street. AT THIS BARGAIN AT STAHL'S GET $250.00 for RETIRES AS DIRECTOR SERVING FOR 35 YEARS Edward Schroth of who has been a director Chestnut Farmer Grain the past 35 years, resigned annual meeting held last Ed has served not only as rector but as president, ident and secretary, during period. Robert Myers was fill the vacancy. NOTE OF THANKS Thanks to Andy WiggerS all those who gave the time of the sale of the YOUR OLD WASHER on a DELUXE G.E. So silently you slipped away That sad day two years ago So calm, serene, courageously you left this world below. You have gone to the "Home" in the Great Beyond To serve and to wait for us there And though, sadly, we miss you We know that someday We shall all meet again some- where. Sadly missed by Wife and Family. WE THANK YOU We wish to express our thanks appreciation to all our kind frieinds who remembered us with flowers, cards, and candy during our stay at ALM hospital. at his recent sale, for our daughter, Patsy Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Earl and family. WHEAE DOES-m?00 a DIFFEREN00 Mrs. Jim Koch and son, WASHER and DRYER Stephen Lee. ' BROADWAY,KICK$OO. LDNrCOLJN., OLD WASHER --: Wmher Features :-- 5 AUTOMATIC CYCLES . FILTER.FIXYW BLEACH DISPENSER 10-LB. LOAD RINSE DISPENSER COLD WATER SETTING ETC. --: Dryer Features :- SAFE HIGH-SPEED DRYING AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER AIR FRESHENER CLOTHES DE-WRINKLER STAHL HARDWARE MT. POLASKI, H.00OIS Logan Co.'s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Sinoe 18 TO CELEBRATE OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY We Are Giving Away QUARTERS FREE from March 4 March 11 with Each and Evez 7 Dollars Worth of Merchan00 Purchased MACKEY'S Sc-10c WEST SIDE SQUARE MOUNT PULASKI