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4-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IU.) THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1971 WOMAN'S CLUB (Continued from page 1) Delegates to the State Con- vention were Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger and Mrs. Robert Wurth. Alternates- Mrs. Vaughan Walch and Mrs. Dan Fuhrer. Chairmen of Departments were elected as follows:. Beautification and Recreation Division - Mrs. Hiram Shull who will serve 2 years. Education Department - Mrs. Oswald Brooker- 2 years. Public Education - 2 years- Mrs. Edward Allspach. Fine Arts Department - Mrs. Ruby Schahl - 2 years. International Affairs - 2 years- Mrs. Wilbur Stoll. Public Health - 2 years - Mrs. Edwin Rentschler. Mrs. Dale Fuiten -Conserva- tion Department and Environ- mental Restoration Division will ierve one year. Mrs. Edna Reiterman - one year, Mrs. Ellis Wood - one year, Mrs. Francis Mynck - 2 years. Home Life Department- Mrs. Clifford Leimbach- one more year. Religion and Ethics Division- Mrs. Elza Oglesby - 2 years. Young American -'Mrs. Harold Thornton. one more year. International Policy Division - Mrs. Edward Ruwe - one more year. Mrs. C. F. Littleton- Ameri- can Heritage Division, one more year. Mrs. Norman Peters on Safety - one more year. Mrs. Fred Hroehlich, one mars year on Opportunities for Women Division. Adm. of Justice and Law Ob- servance Division - Mrs. Mary Armlntrout. Nitional Library Week . The following members will serve at the Library April 20 - Violet Shull and Mrs. Herbert Shell- hammer, April 21 - Mrs. Oswald Brooker and Mrs. Richard Baker, April 24 - Mrs. Eugene Kretzing- er and Mrs. Ellis Voile. All per- sons scheduled will furnish cookies and make and serve coffee from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. County Convention March 23rd at Middletown. State Con- vention May 4 - 5 - 6, 1971 in Chicago. District Convention April 14 at Lincoln, Mt. Pulaski Senior Club and Junior Club have chat of the Memorial. April 16th is our Sp Luncheon (Note the change of date) due to Holy Week. Lunch- eon at 12:30, Official Board at lh30. Music Unit will meet April 23. Mrs. Oswald Brooker, Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker and Mrs. L. IC Buckles, Sr. have charge of the Memorial. The Mt. Pulaski Sr. Woman's' Club wishes to thank the ML PUl- ask/ Times-News for the pub- liclty coverage we were iven past year. The staff was so wonderful helping us with our publication. We thank that won- derful staff for their cooperation. Mrs. Richard Baker, President Our Tribute to Our Most Be- loved Mr. Wible whom we, as Woman's Club members, miss very much. "And love shall wipe away all tears, and the faces of the sad shall grow radiant in the light of dawn. The weary ones shall find rest, and the heavily-laden shall drop their burdens for the Land of the Blest overfloweth with boundless mercies for all who enter therein. We care and miss him very much, may his memories live on and on in the heart of all of us. Mrs. Richard Baker, Presitlent of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club 1970-1971 2S ,m nkhm Bma00 Ot Education Appmvel Salary Schedule Salary schedule which was recommended by teachers' salary committee and board salary com- mittee has been accepted by both teachers and boards of education of Elkhart High and Grade Schools. The beginning salary for the non-degree teachers is $7150 with a ceiling of $8690.00 for teachers with 8 yrs. experience or more. Bachelor's degree begins at $7650.00 with a ceiling of $9844.00 for teachers.with 10 yrs. experience or more. Bachelor's degree plus 8 hours begins at $7866.00 with a ceiling of $I0,126 for teachers with 10 yrs. experience or more. Bactmor's degree plus 16 hours begins at $8088.00 with a ceiling of $10,al6 for teachers with lO yrs. experience or more. Bachelor's degree plus 24 hours begins at $8317.00 with a ceiling or $11,023 for teachers with 11 yrs. experience or more. The Master's degree begins at $8632.00 with a ceiling of $12,825 for teachers with 15 years experience or more. Master's degree plus 8 hours beginsat $8,877 with a ceiling of $13,275 for teachers with 15 years experience or more. The schedule amounts to a minimum raise of $450.00 and a maximum raise of $850.00. Major medical insurance will be paid by the board for the em- ployees. SPRING by Janet Lynn Voile Spring is here! Birds fly here and there, Isn't it nice to get a breath of fresh air? Trees and flowers are in bloom, They weave nature's colorful loom. The rooms staging high in a tree say, "Wake up!" Spring has come to thee." People in church sing with su, : joy. It f'tUs happiness into little girls and boys. Down at the creek the fish swim about, You might catch a catfish, or even a trout. Lottie Hahn To Be 85 Monday, Mar. 22 Miss Lottie Hahn will be 85 yearsold on March 22. For those who would like to remember her with cards, her address is c/o Lincoln Manor, 438 W. North St., Decatur, Ill. 62522. NOTE OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their prayers, floral offerings, cards and food brought to our homes during the recent loss of our beloved Kathryn M. Brown. A special thanks to those who cared for our children. Lyle M. Brown Kenneth Kaesebier and Family William Kaesebier and Family (p) JUNIOR VARSITY (Continued from page Mt. Pulaski (62) lg f t Kelly 2 4 Hahn 0 3 Martin, J. 3 3 Ayers 2 3 Sheehan 6 6 Wilham 5 7 Bates 0 0 Martin, T. 0 0 Howe 0 0 Pope 0 0 Allspach 0 0 Stratton 0 0 Totals 18 26 Dee Mack (5 0) fg Mount Joy 3 4 Cumby 5 6 Hasley 4 4 Robinson 1 0 Martin, D. 1 0 Jacobs 2 1 Martin, T. 0 1 Newbeny 0 2 Torah 16 18 OOUPON D A Z E THRU MARCH !l AGO... Out on the farm, and in the barn. The ak is so fresh, It bathes your flesh. Sbring gives you a certain sting. And People say: "Gee, isn't spring a wonderful thi?" 2 More Weeks To Redeem Your Discount Coupons at GOSSETT'S Hilltop Cleanen N W Comer Of The Square---M.t. Pulaski DEALS LIKE THESE HAVE TURNED THIS TOWN A:!!!; 1971 HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: Great new shape Ventless door window= 115" wheelbase Dual headlights More room inside than in the Torino and Chevelle 2-door hardtops Family.sized trunk Torsion-AWe suspension All-vinyl upholstery. ,, 'tvlanufacturer's Susmested Retsl Price COup4. excludtna stle and IOld tltxe., whitewall Ures and wheqd ovtrs shown gl:)Ove. Oodge ._. AUn/OIVZ OF.ALB DICK MOTOR CO. Cooke & ette Sts. MY. PUI,ASIIZ II,IJOlS