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i'il 2--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill. MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS! Mt. Pulaski, 111. 62548 Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, IllLnols, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. JAMES V. DODGE Editor KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher Subs crlptlon Rates Three Months $, 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 Oue Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advertising Display Rates upon request ]Published Every Thursday NOTICE TO HELP THE TIMES NEWS STAFF TO MEET THEIR DEADLINE - WE REQUEST NEWS ITEMS, ETC. TO BE IN OUR OFFICE BY NOON TUES. ITEMS RECEIVED AFTER THIS HOUR WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE. THANK YOU TIMES-NEWS STAFF LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Naylor have purchased the former H. H. Maddox property and will move by the first of May. Mrs. Harold L. Hargrave left by plane, Wednesday, April 7, for Kiffisia, Greece, where she will spend six weeks with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Beall and David Harold. Donald Letterle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Letterle and the husband of the former Janet Bowles of Mt. Pulaski, left for the army March 23rd. He is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. for his basic training. His address is: Pvt. Donald Ray Letterle 361-44-2690, Co. A., 5 Bn, 1 BDE, Fort Lewis, Washington 98433. Mr. and Mrs G. T. ShuU of Chestnut and Mrs. Charles Hanslow of Mt. Pulaski visited | THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971 over the weekend in F,I,on, Missouri with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanslow and son, Roger. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanslow from Kirksville, Missouri arrived on Saturday to visit their par- ents. Darrell began his student teaching this past week near Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wachter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bauer of Decatur last Friday. Marimarlene Peters, Lake Fork, Illinois is spending her Easter vacation at Fairport, New York with her brother, Norman H. Peters and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Bates of Lake Fork, Illinois entertained their son, Thomas, in their home Sunday with a Ham Dinner in honor of his being confirmed on Palm Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church. Also attending wereMr, and Mrs. Everett Grand- field of Warrensburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bandelow of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Mrs. Ernest Easter returned home Friday from Cedar Hill, Missouri where she had spent the winter months with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Easter. Miss Marlene Pfeifer, Cham- paign, and Miss Linda Duma, Eastern Illinois University stu- dents were weekend guests of Linda's family, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn and Debbie. Fred Froehlich returned Monday from Scottsdale, Ari- zona where he visited his son, Dave Froehlich and family. While there he and Dave drove to Sierra Vista, Arizona where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ayers. D. Shellhammer Named Music Director Of Kappa Delta Miss Debbi SheUhammer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett SheUhammer, 520 N. Vine, Mt. Pulaski, has been named music director of Kappa Delta social sorority at Eastern Illinois Uni- versity. A sophomore majoring in music, Miss Shellhammer is also a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, a musig honorary. CAR WASH Saturday, April. 10 9A.M. to 3P.M. sponsored by Chestnut U M Y F at Chestnut Grade School r g'/ ,z.. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Phone 792-5418 Mount Pulaski, !II. Engagement Told The engagement of Linda Kay Koger of 950 West Main St., De- catur to Gil Rosenberger of 1102 North 34th Street, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koger of Latham. The future groom is the son of Mr. and Mm Earl Rosenberger of MRS PAUL SIMON (Continued from page I) Illinois Bar in 1947. After serving as assistant state's attorney of Cook County, Mrs. Simon-then Miss Jeanne Hurley--was elected state repre- sentative from the 7th District. She was re-elected in 1958 and in 1959 received the "Best Legislator Award" from the In- dependent Voters of Illinois. Prior to her marriage in 1960, Mrs. Simon was president of the Illinois Women's Bar Association. She presently is active in the League of Women Voters, Amer- ican Association of University Women and-because of serving from time-to-time as a substitute teacher-holds an honorary mem- bership in Delta Kappa Gamma, an organization of women teach- ers. The Simons reside at Troy in Madison County. They are par- eats of two children: Sheila, born in 1961, and Martin, born in 1964. In 1967 the Simons shared authorship of a book titled riages Can Succeed." Prior to his wide office in Simon served eight Illinois House of and six years in Senate. At the time riage, the Simons in the KrrCHIa The band will play Society April 16th st On April 18th they Lincoln Heritage Radio Club (: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. They will leave 12:15 on the band go to nois to play munity Club P.T.A. cated on the runs thru Band to leave I'll see you at School Cancer program. Mrs. chairman. Warrensburg. hek last Both are graduates of War- CL0S[ D rensburg-Latham. . High. School lThe Hill" Mtss Lmda Koger Is a secretary PII6qPII IB/BPBEBBWlill Inite fo for Federal Mutual Insurance goir-w Wglff-r--NU  neal Company in Decatur. Her fiancee l_ offi,- attended Eureka College and is  lfo.  employed by Caterpillar Tractor  lUt Company in Decatur. He attends ,/I-T_  Millikin University. R il lamlll a iRap dm I .. A 2:00 p.m. wedding on July RII l l;leer. * 17 in Warrensburg United ......... Meth- -- ............. ! FT. r nj P . odist Church is pl-med. Easter Sunday On this most holy day of days, To God your hearts and voices raise, In laud and jubilee and praise. Alleluia! 15th Century Hymn FIRST NATIONAL raimul Dmtt Zmmanm Sncmm to aU000 "PHONE: 79a-16 Moqncr