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March 18, 1971

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(ettnut Board Of lucon Met Mar. s C LThe Board of Education of nestnut Com. Cons. School met l regular session, Tuesday night, arch 2nd All members of the board were'oresent for the meet- m& Current'bills were exan, ed bardapproved for payment, fhe approved a change in the t school calendar in ex- tding the Easter-Spring vaca- tion 5 days to take care of the mow-storm days, the vacation being to April 12th. It the tentative 1971- school calendar as present- Claflin for the term. By it, school with a teachers' work 27th,-with attendance 3Oth. Holidays, Institutes, Christmas tc., were also given on board appointed Mrs. Mrs. Geraldine and Mr. Alvin Rent: to serve as judges of the 0ard annual dec- lOth. It also went over as to school salaries, etc. as I the teaching staff .presented by Mr. Claflin. Athletic Banquet was set April 27th, and will Inn, Spring- matters discussed policy for use of the after the new floor and also the water problem south of the No definite ac- was taken as to either mat- .. candidates have f'fled for candidacy for the _litions for member of the of Education, Annual aOol Election to be held 4m, ts and Thomas McKinney -"u  again, and newcomer ----. Murphy has also fdeda '"qttOIl__ NOTICE I .pigeon will be shoot Friday, March 19 start-  4:.30 p.m. at City HaIL ('-'o-tll) only may be AUSTIN NEWS HATTIE KEItWD Mch. 15 - half gone so soon! Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Southern spent a week in Norwalk, Ohio with daughter, Connie Biscan and son, Todd, for his second birthday Mch. 6. Sympathy to the family of Cecil Davis and his two sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau visited Chancy Myers N. of Kenney Fri- day. Then Saturday he came as their dinner guest. He spent from Feb. 22 to Mch. 7 in the Carlo Clinic in Urbana, suffers from arthritis, pain in shoulder and arm. WSCS met Thursday after- noon with Helen Cross. Nine present, one guest. Norma Jean Rau leader of lesson on Cuba. Meet in April with Virginia Alsup. Harmony Church folk had a housewarming for Jr. and Maxine Johnston Sunday p.m. - 32 pre- sent. A gift of 2 bed spreads was presented to them. They were really surprised. S.S. attendance 27, for church 20. Pastor Jim was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, stayed over for the House- warming. Jessie Breisfoard will be hos- tess to Busy Bee Club April 1. Was not held in Feb. and Mch. Richard Rau was on the Dean's list at ISU, Normal, IlL for the first semester of 1970-7 I. He is an outstanding student and is vice president of the Judo Club this year at ISU. They went to Chicago last week. Tuesday 23, S. wind. Wednes- day 33, rain in night, then fog, N. wind. Thursday 27, snow No. 13, soon melted. To 69 Friday. Dense fog airtight, froze on trees, then warmer and fell off in day- light. Densest fog ever saw till near noon Saturday. Sunday 49, to 74. A S.E. wind a gale, then to S.W. all day Sunday. Let up 9 p.m. and from N.W. Geese are flying N. again. Lightning, thun- der and rain at 9 p.m., 41 Mon- day, windy S.W. grass greening up rapidly. Three highway men bobbed and rebobbed our hedge row Wednesday and Thursday, limbs hung over road. Came from WSC6 to see nice,pile wood they had sawed off big limb. Green, can burn in stove next winter. ._.__._..r.__ 24-11our Service to this community is not mere phrase - IT'S A FACT. YOUr Telephone is at your service DAY and rIGHT, whether your call ia due to an emer- tT, or is just friendly one. Make use of your Tdephone DAY or NIGHT - it is your privilege. Nomnnt Punlnki Toleplnome Oompanny Will I LOCAL SENIOR RECEIVES GRANT Miss Rose M. Chenoweth, senior at Mt. Pulaski High, has been chosen by the Tau Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma to receive their recruitment grant. Delta Kappa Gamma is a pro- fessional society for women teachers who is concerned with encouraging able young people to prepare for teaching. Each year students from all high schools in Mason, Logan, and DeWitt Counties who are planning to enter the teaching profession are eligible to apply. Consideration is given to scho- lastic ability, character, sincerity of desire to be a teacher as well as other qualifications. Rose plans to enter Illinois State University in June; where she plans to major in English in the College of Education. Rummage Sale At Lake Fork Church The Lake Fork Christian Church will hold a Rummage Sale from 1 p.m. to 9 r.m. on Friday, March 26 and om 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 27. Lunch consisting of Barheque, pie, coffee and tea will be served. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, II1.) THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1971--7 Buy, Sell or Trade thru the Times-News Classifzd. 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