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\\; I 8-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I1.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971 JUNIOR WOMEN'S ENJOYED SPRING The annual Spring Banquet of the Mt. Pulaski Jr. Woman's Club wlu.laeld Thursday evening April ] h 6:30 p.m. at the Heri- tage House in Springfield. Mrs. Vaughan Walch returned grace. A delicious smorgasboard meal was enjoyed by all present. After the meal, Mrs. Paul Voile, president, introduced the following guests: Mrs. Richard Baker, Sr. Woman's Club presi- dent; Mrs. Vaughan Walch, con- tact chairman, Sr. Club; Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, Logan Coun- ty Federation President; Mm Harold Chenoweth, Miss Rose Marie Chenoweth, Scholarship recipient and Miss Kim Wilson, speaker for the evening, Miss Marilyn Yocom of Springfield, former club member and former department chair- man of Motion Picture, Radio and TV introduced Miss Kim Wilson of WICS Channel 20 TV Station of Springfield, who gave a very interesting talk on her career in television and adver. tising. A short business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Paul Voile, president, who also presented the perfect attendance awards. Nine members received awards for 3 years, and less perfect at- tendance, however, Mrs. Jerry Sams received*an award for seven years and Mrs. Larry Mont- gomery and Mrs. Franklin Shanle received an award for ten years perfect attendance. Mrs. Paul Voile presented each of her executive officers a small gift and turned the meeting over to Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger who installed the following new officers for the ensuing year: President Mrs. Richard  arilyrl) Edwards. Vice President - Mrs. Franklin Shanle. Secretary . Mrs. Carl Good- man, Jr. Treasurer Mrs. Robert MeCue. Wage and Means Chairman - Mrs. Glenn Mason. Mrs. Lewis Van Rheeden pre- sented Mrs. Paul Voile, retiring president, a pin and invited her to join the Past President's Club. A special thanks was made to Mrs. Glenn Mason and Mrs. CLUB MEMBERS BANQUET APRIL I Larry Montgomery and their committee for the lovely decora- tions of Spring cut flowers and favors on all the tables. Mrs. Paul Voile, outgoing president, presented Mrs. Richard Edwards, incoming president, with a pin and a gavel. Mrs. Edwards then adjourned the meeting LOCAL STUDENT WINS SCHOLARSHIP Rose Chenoweth, a senior at Mt. Pulaski High School, has been named winner of the Golden Jubilee scholarship of District 9 Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation. Miss Chenoweth received the highest evaluation on her appli- cation from among 20, repre- senting 11 schools in Macon, Piatt, DeWitt and Logan coun- ties. The winner of the scholar- ship is selected on the basis of the following qualifications: de- sire to become a teacher, scho- lastic standing, character, health, leadership ability. To insure im- partiality, names and schools are withheld from the committee. Slfels the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chenoweth, Mt. Pul- aski. The student is interested in becoming a high school teacher. Anita Shei>pard, a student at Blue Mound high school, was chosen In-st alternate. Sharon Oxendale, a senior in Lakeview high school at Decatur, was chosen second alternate The $1,000 scholarship is presented each year to a public high school senior in the upper 20 percent of the class. The recipient agrees to teach in an Illinois public, school for one semester for each year the schol- arship is used according to Mrs. Everett Morgan of Mt. Zion, Illi- nois, PTA District Director. aMBdZD SEII00CU Pvt. E 1 Roger J. Bates 361-44- 3025 Co. C 3rd Bn. School Bde Ft..Gordon, Ga. 30905 24-Hour Service to this community is not a mere phrase - IT'S A FACT. Your Telephone is at your service DAY and NIGHT, whether your call is due to an emer- gency, or is just a friendly one. Make use of your Telephone DAY or NIGHT - it is your privilege. Mount Pulaski Telephone hmlmy lqlONIh I-MIII I Local talent volunteers are needed to entertain at the Mary Henry Nursing Home on May 16 at 2:00 p.m. Individuals, groups to sing, dance, play an instrument or any other talents are tact Mrs. Adolph Lincoln, I11., Phone Rides to the will be furnished. Don't judge appearances -- the may simply have night. I Now Have A Denlerslfip FOR YUKON DELTA TRAVEL TRAIIZRS MR. AND MRS. DAVID A. LARSON, R. R. 1, Havana, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Ellen, to Mr. Carl E. Febus, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Febus, R. R. 1, Buffalo, Illinois Miss Larson graduated from Havana High School in 1969 and is now attending Lincoln Chris- tian College. Mr. Febus graduated from Illiopolis High School in 1967. He has recently returned from two years service in the Naval Reserves and is now farming near Buffalo. An August wedding is planned ttatm SIlIOIISASIIOIID mmv 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday Jr, Sunday tl F AVAUlU I llrsl m. 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