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/ iii!!!: the Girl Scout Round-up that she thorn s Variety store in honor of / B [ R T H S 'PITA ASKS COOTION ON Lttended in Colorado. Natlonal 4-H heeK. " -- li  Wedding bells are ringing a- :,i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hahn are PROPOSED STATE LEGISLATION ,,,etu IMILmqJ gain. The engagement of Mt of a son, born Thursday, dllkU U gl Ii VV  Betty Jo Sullivan and Michael E. 2, in the ALM hospital. At the recent P-TA meeting  (The major change in this law By   Johnston has been announced. and Mrs. Kendall Wiggers are parents of a boy, Thursday, March 2, in the hospital, Lincoln. and Mrs. George H. Hub- 62 Greenridge, Decatur, are of a son, born Thursday, 2 in St. Mary's Hospital, t Pulaski grandpar- are Mr. and Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Philip Clark, As. Colo., are parents of a dau- born Friday, March 3. The is the former Barbara daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waish of Mt. Pulaski. and Mrs. Glen Rice are the of a son, born Friday, 3, in Brokaw hospital at This is their second child and Mrs. Richard Connolley are parents of a born in Perry Memorial Princeton, Sunday, Mar. has been named Elizabeth They now have four daugh- ' Mr. and Mrs Eugene K. Con- this city, are grandparents. and Mrs. Eli Dale Brough- Pulaski, are parents of a born Saturday, March Memorial Hospital, Spring- and Mrs. Orville McVey are of a son, born Tuesday, 7, in St. Clara's hospital at and Mrs. James Brown are of a daughter, born Tues- 7 in the ALM hospital I'IOSPITAL NEWS held at the blt Pulaski Cons. Grade School, a report was made concerning proposed legislation which the P-TA felt was import- ant. The P.TA urges you to read the proposed legislation, then de- cide your stand on the matter - and finally to write your Repre- sentative or Senator. Resolution II. For Revocation of Drivers and or Chaueffers Li- cense of Child Molestors. Therefore, Be It Resolved that the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers urge the Illinois Legislature to pass legislation which would deprive anyone con- victed of the felony of child mol- estation the right to obtain or revoke the right to hold a driver's license, and or a chauffeaur's license permanently, or for a per- iod of probation to be determined by proper judicial authority. Resolution III. Therefore be it resolved that in seeking to pro- tect children, the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers in Con- vention Assembled go on record as urging legislators, law enforce- ment and other public officials to cooperate diligently in an effort to solve the problem of sex offenses, work toward better methods of diagnosis and treatment of sex offenders and prevention of sex would provide that drivers must stop for a bus receiving or dis- charging school children in a business or residential section as well as on a highway.) Resolution VI. Therefore be it :resolved that the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers support any and all effective legislation forbidding the sale or distribution of obscene materials to children and youth. SURPRISE DINNER ON MRS. ABNER HOWE On Saturday evening, Feb. 25, a group of relatives and friends called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Howe, North Belmont St., to congratulate Mrs. Howe on her 76th birthday annivers- ary. Nothing was mentioned then, but the group returned to the Howe home on Sunday, Feb. 26, for a surprise potluck dinner and the surprise was genuine. The following were present:- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe of La- tham; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe of Warrensburg; Mr. and Mr Gene Howe and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilham and family of Mount Pulaski community. crimes committed against child- Afternoon callers included Mrs. :en. Otis_  A .--,ht,Hwe' Sr., Mrs. Ralph Buck- Resolution V. Therefore be it i leirnandlI'i.iowe formerly re. resolved that the Illinois Congress . ." .... " ...... *-,,o .... ,_e,sioeo ]n the lake areu ,,u,-,,- of Parents ano leacners urge tn I ...... -,o; Illinois General Assembly to a--I  Moun ru,u.--. mend Atricle 29, Section 12 (a) J TMAnL .... vv"^w a School Code of Illinois to read' as follows: We want to thank our friends Other drivers to stop whe bus and relatives for cards, gifts and the nice supper that was held ,_ E. McMillin, Sr., 46, of left- , sustained injuries to his receiving or dischm'ging children. Ca) The driver of a vehicle upon on the occasion of our 55th wed- tot .leg last Friday, when a trac- a highway upon meeting or over- ding anniversary. 1 turned over, and pinned his from either direction, any Mr. and Mrs. Will Guseman. la.tLUder the fender. He was taking' ILI at St. Clara's hospital in school bus which has stopped on I. m and then returned to his the .highway. for. the purpose, of FATHER.DAUGHTER BANQUET k where she had been a ............. , .... 1 simal I -^d' chicken supper, Saturday. - ,. . -- Sall2 Scnool uub  vJua ,, ,{ LL . ,t or. paIlent for a weeK. as specified in Section 11301 of I March II, at 6 p., in [ne,zt" I. Ann Armstrong, 10, of "An act in relation to the regula-IJohn's Lutheran cnurcn at n Lt, 10, fell on the concrete ............... said drivera Pulaski " . . . : School last Thursday and non ot traltiu, aJu . ." ......... shall not proceed until such l Mo.ms and_an in, resting aen - neao injuries. ne was l .............. *ion or is | will, ne presenu ' "T .o- , senoo[ us [Ulllt,b 111 IL , i to the St. Clara s hos-is_.,.. s,,, ,s,o or,,,, bus driver lneth luller, of Lincol_n, p|low Ior e,,, ..... ,,,, care ! ,g,a*,=, uj ......... ."" ---- . J-'---- *-^ su-,r Mary Fuller, ner .... s .... : . " . .Ito proceed or the visual mgnaislin t?_ =2. ,.,m talk about tl. Curry, empmye az, are no longer actuated, oaugn[er, - .... funeral home, who ill for several days, Saturday to St. hospital for medical care. Baughman, 8, pupil at grade school, while a slide at the school March 2, fractured her and was taken to the hospital for emergency South Spring St., in the Schahl am- unday, to the Abraham )ital for medical at- Hild, Mt. Pulaski, ALM hospital Sunday 1Maus of Chestnut was ad- to St. Clara's hospital on for medical attention. Anna Eddy, South Spring had been a medical pa - Several days in the ALM l, is now in a nursing n Atlanta, where she will until weather conditions Joseph Cardoni, southwest city, entered the Decatur - County hospital, Thursday, 2, for medical care. Schroth is a patient county hos- was admitted Monday. IN MEMORIAM qlllLl.er, St. who passed a- I mm ymrs ago, March 12, Yotl faced your pain with cour- y age, yU.r Courage did not bend, ' suffered much in silence,  ntil the end, flght was all in vain. took you to your heaven- - Y home, rd {reed you from your pain. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. CONVERSATION TIMING Conversations over our free lines between Mount Pulaski, Latham, and Chestnut, will automatically be disconnected when the conver- sation has progressed from 6 to 8 minutes. Two warning tones will be applied to the line; the first tone at one minute before disconnection; the second tone at 10 seconds before disconnec- tion. Mount Pulaski Telephone Oompany Mrs. Leona Hoaglin of War- rensburg spent over Sunday night in the Bill Heft home. Ross Rau and sister, Mrs. Pearl Nowlin of Decatur returned on Thursday from spending the win- ter in Arizona. The Home Bureau met last Tuesday with Mrs. Wm. Rau. A measles epidemic for Aus- tin. Mrs. Maxine Johnston, cook at school usually has 47, now only 17 for dinner. Some are very sick with measles. Nancy Foster, daughter of Mrs. Harold Clark, was crowned Queen at Maroa H. - "Won- derland by Night", sponsored by FHA and FleA. Nancy is a sen- ior. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rau and two small daughters have been vacationing in Florida. Had quite an experience - baby sick with almost pneumonia and was in the hospital and Mitzi had the measles. WSWS meets Thursday with Mr Mildred Clark near Maroa. Will have election of officers. The pastor-parish committee meets with Dr. O. F. Landis Mch. 15 in the Argeata U. B. Church. This meeting tells if pastor stays or moves. The Austin Ag 4-H Club has a display in the window of Ha- Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Childers of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnston Jr. of War. rensburg. Miss S. is a senior in Niantic-Harristown H.S. Mike will be farming near Chestnut where brother Gary is leaving; moves to a farm north of Decatur. March came in lamblike. W nesday a nice day. Oh wind from S.W. Thursday. To surprise saw farmers in shreading stalks, discing plowing. Yard fences full to top their blow over. A Friday night. A wind, rain ...... few hails at 5 Saturday p.m. The corn crib at H. Heilman's place leaned more with every strong wind, finally collapsed in Sat, urday's wind. Showers Sunday a. m. A thunder, rain and strong wind at 3 a.m. Monday. Calmed down then strong wind all day from S.W. Clarence Rau's were at Bills Saturday when home in Warl- burg yard was covered with hall some large as guinea eggs, water in all low places. Marion Alsup had # a row of hedge pushed out on farm of Mrs. I_ona Hoaglin and some tree stumps at H. Heilman place last week. Slatemna: One who makes thf people his big interest. Oan'00 m f// Awa00... WHEREyousave DOES make a DIFFERENCE GET YOUR CAR ALL SET FOR SPRING A tune-up and general overhaul right now will revitalize that engine and give your car a new lease on life. ? The heavy demand made on your car the, past winter months has taken something out of your car's performance. ! Our mechanics are just what the "doc- tor" ordered. HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, Ill.