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]v&ekner To Alphi Phi imer, daugh- and Mrs. Aaron P. I, Mt. Pulaski, IlL, Phi Fraternity at University of :"i- Phi, one of the oldest women, was m 1872 at Syracuse Syracuse, New York. more than 90 initiated more than aid is the Alpha Phi and the Alpha Phi its newest project. primary pur- f'mancial help education of higher ed- a freshman. activities include: and Theta Chi AG. 4-H 9 4I-I Club met 9, at 7 p.m. Grove School. members, four leaders was present. The were elected: Westen, Vice- Stoll, Secretary, Treasurer, Gary Karen Stoll, Waddell, Kevin Barry, Fed- Julian Stoll will participate in and Marflyn named chairman of Her assistants are John Waddell and attend State paign, Illinois, theme this "Get It All Togeth- 'lake the last time good look at insurance pro- it's been more of years. it needs revising. tily keeps kids get Maybe you've tition. financial situa- too. Per- YOU've taken on a Or gone into insurance should Pace with your I can help you it does. Give a call SOon. You,.  Country. Kevin St611 gave a talk on "Wildlife Conservation The Bison", and Julian Stoll gave a demonstration on "The Expan- sion and Contraction of metal with hot and cold applications". The next meeting will be held in the home of Cheryl Clayton on March 23, at 7 p.m. If you are interested in 4H and would like to join the Narita Ag 4H Club, please call one of the following 4H leaders: Harold Stoll, Mt. Pulaski 792-5128, Albert Grathwohl, Mt Pulaski 792-5527, Mrs. Everett Stoll, Chestnut 796-3372 or Mrs. Dean Clayton, Latham 674-1944. Members not mentioned above are Randy Westen, Louis Voile, Gay and Randy Barry, Diana Powel, Greg and Julie Howe, Jr. Leaders are Julian StoU, Karen Stoll, John Waddell and Terry Westen. Karen Stoll, Reporter FHA The March meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was held Thursday, March 4, 1971, at 3 o'clock in the Home Ec. room at the high school. The business discussed during the meeting was the annual F.H.A. trip Cathy Buehler thanked everyone for serving on the Hat Check. The guest speaker was Mrs. Kay Schahl. She gave an interest- ing talk about wigs. Lisa Rau, Secretary NOTE OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends for the cards, letters and visits, also Pastor Rothe for his prayers and visits extended me while I was at St. John's Hospital. Mrs. Elsie GrathwoK1 SPRING MEETING AT HERITAGE HOUSE The Spring dinner meeting of the Springfield Area Chapter of the Western Illinois University Alumni Association will be held on Thursday March 25, 1971 at the Heritage House, 3851 South Sixth Street, Springfield begin- ning at 6:30 p.m. The Dinner meeting is being dedicated to Mr. Allan Lafiin, Director of Alumni Affairs at Western, for his thirty years of ervice. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1971-5 LAKE FORK GRADE HONOR ROLL A Average - 6th - Dave Welch 5th - Janet Allspach, Lynnea Oglesby, Susan Toohey, 4th - Paula Creager, Mike Welch, 2nd- Steve Tendick. B Average - 8th - Joelten Allspach, Debra Cardoni, 7th - Joan Oglesby, 6th. Scott Moore, Mike Toohey, 3rd Jean Mileham, Randy Bates, Charla Brown, 2nd- Laura James. Emily Toohey, Caryn Creager, Sandy Koehler, 1st - Dawn Brown, Ron Follis. Perfect Spelling- Dave Welch, Susan Toohey and Jo Allspach. "John," wailed the wife, "that woman next door has a hat just like mine!" "Well," sighed her husband, "I suppose that means you want to buy another one." "Well, it would be cheaper than moving." i i i ii i I MT. PULASKI T"HEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY---7:00 P. M. ALL NEWHITS - Regular Admission a WIMB OF i A-CAgE-MY S ! INCLUDING BEST SONG! i i I II II i i i | It" ., . . 00reat Decisions Tor.00 Better Tomorrow Abraham Lincoln was born in 1809 in Kentucky and later moved to Illinois. Hm he educated himelf, worked hard, developed grea, ohysical strength and earned the nickname "Honest Abe.' He entered politics and, opposed tO slavery, be decided in 1858 to cludlenge por_'eal leader, Steveh Douglas on the issue. Lin- coln's brilliance at debate brought him to national attention, split the Democratic party and united the new Republican party be- hind him. Two years later he was elected President of the United States. He preserved the Union fltrough the dark days of the Civil War abe"ended slavery. Five days after the war ended, he. was assassinated but his decision to debate Douglas started a course of events that ultimately made a better tomorrow for this country and its people. Abraham Lincolr Savnujs BETFER TOMORROWS BEGIN TODAY AT LINCOLN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Decide now to make your own tomOrrOW better. Invest.part of each i paycheck in your future by saving at Lincoln Savings. use our corn venient drive-up teller window. You'll receive the same prompt courteous attention as ff you come inside. For saving or borrowing, see the leader.   ''w I.io,  62656 I: 735-2326 i i i ii ii ii iiii iL i i I I