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.._.({continued from page 1) KIL TI:NNIAL LETTER COMMENTS I TM annuaI dinner of the Un-, .__.:=._..7__ / YOUth - w. --------- I iversity o! llllno TM Agrlcmture I Monday iouna clear skies alia a er - in Mount Pulaski, and aft- _ ............................ ---- ..... - ....... - .... -:_- .......... --------------[Alumni of Logan County will bet50 degree temperature, but not lJ ,. mentioning the recreational ................... --[- .... -- 9  gtnte St.[held at the Hotel Lincoln, Thurs-If or long. The sun disappeared/ "mdes enthusiastically com- uiame, ansas I c&apos;'.--- I day, March 23 at 6:30 p.m [ b 9"30 a m and black clouds m ' - - o ,u,,,,, Ill. Y . ,.o ,.o ,s ,or ........ - ,,r,d ,,,e,r w,v00 a00,ga,,,er00 ,o ,:,,,m,,',,g J pioyed a special teacher, Mrs. Souvenir Edition anu member- [. rncit.., __,, '-*i^n [ invited to attend I rain which continued thrd ) -uson of S .... shl m Sil Tennial Association 11or your ,,-e--,,- ,, ..... aker will be Joe Muttl, w .. pringfield, as speech "P " " ..... "  .......... o I The spe " [the day. Very mdy. Tempera, ; tinrr, onist, a much needed add- Mt. Pulaski is my D lnnpla.ce[ ve: Vrb:a'.Redeke r [Prof. of Marketing at the U. of L]tur e began dropping early in t.e  "2 to any school faculty, where most or my remuves stn[ " " "[ Reservations by Marcn zum I morning. Was a little foggy m  .._s. Fuller, a housewife and live. My grandparent, Mr._anu] --v , No 1 [  [evening. ,,utaer of four children, takes a Mrs. Christian ueQmemr and .vlr  "ro,-, I11 [ IN AIItECIATION [ Wednesday, March LS---Pal'tly>! at interest in the youth of our and Mrs. Conrad Vetter were a- [ .... ,.o ,., ,o annotmceWment ! I want to say 'hanks" to all I cloudy, mild wind and a temper :i umtry, as well as those of her mong the early resiaens _ . ] -":'' "--"f-': 'ank of the[those who sent me cards and[ature of near 40 . Wind W: _ COmmunity. Her message M rs. Edmer-peelan*--ye^en'eil" the priv-Inowers, while X was in the ALM] stronger by mid.afternoon and O,ne norngreat importance. Lrene veterJ lilege[Celeuxat"'oI joinut ...... ,,,^ .,,,.,e, mo,,nial[, hospital and since returning to lstarted raining about 2 pan. ! o inating committee off-  , ........... ,.^  .... plmy home. [ temperature had reached to ? . a slate of officers to be elect- 874 Stuart Dr. [ Ass.n. njvy-_ 7: F ie [ Robert W. Shanle. [ most 50 degrees but as the : mr the coming year, and then South Euclid 21, Ohio [that we reau ourUu-d;; of [  [ began it descended rapidly :: [ f;reo!eeeredsibY acclamation, as The enclotd Cl.CkenOa r en" [?: :vngdition. v [ NO'I OF ,,]_, .... [ atT2his3  v::AbaUt4:rnaVa s IL*-" ent, drs. rugene triDution to t e -. - "[ The Eugene Seiler family.[ I want to say l'namcs o au[ ...... # , __ .L_":m get; Vice-Pres., Mrs. Ro- bration with kindest peronsai re-[ [ th, who remembered me with [ Httle aierent rom previous oays.:/ . Werth.; Secretary, Mrs. Elmer gards. - ..... [ 411 Whitney [c'ards on the occasion of my 87th Our weather has. been_ quit : ,-'._enaeKer, Treasurer, Mrs. C. Julius and Edith Vonaerimm [ .,,. ohr-le [ birthday I really enjoyed them. [changeable recently wltn ra :i - H21dreth; -- i .- -""ehsu'es.s-.[ ...... " Villiana E Stolllhigh wind, cloudy skies, surrey:  Diectors( serve 2 years): Mrs. Fort Smith, Ark. [ .Best ws.es Iora :ry.__.. a [  " [ skies, warm temperatures, and ur E. Stoll and Mrs. Oswald Enclosed herewith is a contri- [ fur cemra.:on-^  =7 t'as [ RECEIVE 57 VARIETIES [cool temperatures. Tolay we had : ( :.__ . . bution to the Sil-Tennial. My [ alarnn 2 JUc n ";;;iate the [FOR WEDDING sNNI%RSARY [ a frosty momlng,an remperat .:! 7-'tment chairmen" ,,^. ,.,h Se-fer was born in  .......... . . -r -  ,r. nnd Mrs Fred Stoll of this I in tne upper zus. un was ou  am er.c.. Citizenship, "Mrs. Dale er'manyAug. 8: 1848. My moth-[enrmUSuTeKxngeowever, [ City:" w'-ho o--br, erved their 57th [bright and early and a .beautiful ( . -,vue ' - wtherine Jane (Paranteau) [ r rum t,u, = x- , ' ........ I .... -,-,- annlversa on Thurs- l aay is in me making as tne pa ] I n2erlcan "Home, Miss Violet evfe'r  was born in Mt Pulaski, ] I. can assure you a cemvrtao, , [ ,-,,F-eb 16 recentl "v received a [ goes to press. ::i or,   " " Ithis tvne is Well woltll ule etvt.l.t#, " ' " -- I ::1 Ci "-' 3an. 2, 1853. ll-like to attend the cele- box of choice varieties from tne vii Defense & Public Welfare, Both were associated with the [I wou [HI Heinz Co 57 Products. [ Sell it with a Classified aS'Mrs.ESoseC(.Dwning- early history of Mt; PulaSrolinel rtnmse d is my contribution for[ i:i pn LoUa. My sister, Meora . Co'OPeration with War Veter- tSevfer) MaeAlister, wife of Wal-[ the Souvemr Ed,tmn.r, m Witt !1 _. !1 ,'Service, Mrs Rinaldo Ber- ter" D MacAllister, who resides [ """ [ [    '[' |  1 r.:.- nl" at Aricansas City, Kansas. Robert[ oo,5 pe,n Driveli - ._ III II | * I/ I' V "  ._ ,,,_ Ii "voions . ooxa -- , Mrs. Clarence Bow- Paranteau Seyffer born m Mt. Pul-[ Too, 24 Texas 1| C -    I ][ [1 ][ t' G - Aql .| e,n. i, Au . 3, 1872. Home address, ' ..... In,rn.ational Relations Mrs . No 3rd St Fort Smith, Ark.l. Enclosed m our..co_ntribut,on for l llis Br ' ...... "' ated the ouvemr r_luou.  LI)--- ecl enstlner. Both my sister and I gradu. .1 Mr and Mrs Gordon Otto.l| / i, ". tture, Mrs. George A. Voile from the Mt Pulaski high scnoo [ " [ rarlialxt ....... ,, entanan: Mxss Scrota B under our mother, m the early[ Rid ecrest Rd.I ::i horn s 666 g < PUblic Health, Mrs Gene C. 90. .... II I - .lear. " I uur contrlout/on "I I I _ . Am il<l Book, Mrs. Oswald Brook- 650 Stiteswood Aile.mrhditin L enclosed. 11 I s to z Pria,. d meeting is planned for Mr and Mrs Murray Hills. [ Y ........... success in [ l     [ Onq'laTN 1313g 1 'l ;_ $, april 7, in the club room. " " __ I ana wren y:kne_.-e would like| | exr- -oa" [ ............... |. \\; W. ae Heart Fund drive, which 104 Five Mile River Road l Your. unaertaK g; ,,._ C,.Tennial [ | ]E RODS |": el sPo.rmored by the Woman's Darien, Connecticut [the.Douna copy of the o- /I ' '* I I:00l Ly"on ad headed by Mrs A. ;/. Here's to the success .of your lEdtinko members of the Rupp [ I  D " r 11 ,-u Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, re- undertakinff Please sena IsounQ], '"--" ....... 11 and are/I IXW il ::" a to - family nere, u ,-,- 13 tal of $435 as of Mar uvemr Editions to Mrs Almal ....... t -eta l1 . m m I  :,I? So . ve wishing-tnat they mgn g :: The,. ..... Cunnmgham, 591N'Ve-rmntA,'l,,--,^-tan,,exeessrainthatyoull Z) 11'0 )l.qY l DAMAGED ] Chemical Meefin,, eaf 'nCterest inlther all winter. Best Wishes,[ +0 Puhlle your celebr:ter A. Vonderlieth ] Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gregory.[ " -- ..... [  - " t [ Emden, Illinois[ omlcal control meas- i hts I11 The forme ] ure for w Arhngton He g , tn Mr. Pulaski tllned for lac,.  .... ),, ,,. , Certainly hope to spe - - [---1 * the daughter of Mr. and[ oU eeds and irmects will be . nd a few saess was born _.MOnday -(-lI-c=2 a !='"1: [days in Mt. Pulaski and. ne_lp [ = 'iui s Neldeigesaess, who [ :hztahni!ip t["l-_Grssmann of Bloomington" [celebrate your 12oth AnnlV,eer " ]Tere life long residents of the ) Beging at 7"30 p m in the t i "  --   I I lr--- I i I - L/l,l .inseet "'-- ann High will and 00hool " 00feteria. II discuss weed and control ex- .. .... _ _ 'il., .oo, Uiv recommended by the I I .... _ e I I I ...... 1? A']tY e's =._ parative " Slides and will touch on the I CUlture talk Will of adva Illinois be ta illustrated es College and dis- by of[[ [ e,,,, I 'l t Ill Zlgesofthnetrolmater.[I @M U|| ....u ..... l " orae"-t"L methoasrrentlyavailabletlllinisll't beeonsldetPlonsofdiscusseda licationareto 'nardbe _ a "g III 00il14p00l0000 ;o= "trOl . ) DUSllfor Weed and insect in "'ations. - II .... F_ Ill tof; Tyr?:mtaa::: something , toOu;nics re what I raah: Sloppy 3oes on bun, l Drt eet potatoes and butter, car-[ els, sweetened cherries, and [ GA q: Ham sandwich, [ I . I dern'plaingelatin'cleJmilk. II .-, u corn, bananas and grape- rt l and butter, milk. [I H A R D W A K I ... .,=, L. i i : Cheese and spaghetti, I [ ala( rldWlch, bu.ered s, Peach half, rmlK [