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ANN VAN DELEGATE TO STATE /Ann Van Hook has been as delegate and Lisa has been chosen as alter- e to attend lllini Girls State by Ryman Fuiten American Legion Aux- of Illinois. State is to be held on of MacMurray Col- Illinois from to June 22, 1971. purpose of ILlini Girls to provide citizenship for Illinois girls of high ', juniors; to afford an to live together as citizens to become about the duties, privi- rights, and responsibilities in order may understand and in the functioning er government." vAnn Van Hook is the er of Mr. and Mrs. Harry She- ook, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. ,, ta a Junior at the Mt. Pulaski Wp. High School. t, Li Milner isthe daughter of  aneta Milner and the late the M. She is also a Junior at Se.hooL t- Pulaski Twp. High . is State Univers;.ty an- 1 today that 545 students fessional education are atmg their teaching in- ,L 1 in more than 325 "0 t thronghout Illinois. _ thl Cecilia J. Lauby, head of 00t00o"ment of Vrof000o00 ury t'xperiences, said the ["  involves student teach- tt.  Otervation, participation, :of individual pupil, and h" Professional Laboratory r races prior to the intern- tet:l nemselves are usually in- 'g,Parts of specific college ents on teaching intern. te,, or the second nine-week "'l'|,,,.t the second semester are: 14OeSa Co. - Lincoln- Carole .helran Hurley, 302 Delavan, ia a'esan.elera ent a ry education  I/tki - Kathryn All- elementary edu- Legion Anadliary Ask Your Help In Prayers For POWs The American Legion Aux- Unit 447 proposes that every citizen of Mt. Pulaski allow a few moments of their time to read the following prayer: AN AMERICAN LEGION PRAYER FOR OUR PRISONERS OF WAR Lord, shelter the prisoners of war in Southeast Asia. Open the hearts and minds of their captors theft they may be restored to their homes and loved ones. Each has carried the burden of battle. Each has discharged an obliga- tion of his country. Each has been subjected to haz- ard, pain, and imprisonment beyond the lot of the soldier. 0 Lord, these gallant men who bear so great a burden must not be forsaken. God of Justice to whom we pray, Thy compassion we be: seech; Lift thcir burden, give them strength and strike the shackles that deny them free- dom. In accordance with the Amer- ican Legion, the following ad- dresses may be used to forward any letters concerning the Viet Nam P.O.W.'s. Aleksy, Nikolayevich Kosygin, Chairmn, U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers, Moscow, U.S.S.R. Andrey Andreyevich Gromyko, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mos- cow, U.S.S.R. Nikolay Vikterorevich Podgorny, Chairman, Presidium of U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet, Moscow, U.S.S. R. Semen Alglreyevich Skechkov, Chairman, Committee for For- eigh Economic Relations, Mos- cow, U.S.S.R. The following is a suggested form letter. We really believe it would do just as much good to express your own individual i- deas and beliefs in your own handwriting to any of the above addresses. Dear The people of the United States - while varying in opinion on the Vietnam conflict - are un- varying in their desire and de: termination that U. S. pdsouers of wag receive the basic, humani- tarian treatment guaranteed by the Geneva Conventions. SPECIMEN Further, becau U. S. prison- ors of war in Southeast Asia have lost all military and intelligence value and because settlement of the Pew problem on both sides could provide a new basis for ne- gotiations and renewed trust on the part of the conflicting no. tions, 1 suggest that the Russian government request the immedi- ate repatriation of all prisoners of war in Southeast Asia. I strongly believe that your intercession in tiffs cause would serve the best interests of all mankind. (Your signature) tIjZABETH HAlmt00I FORMER lmmDXN'r INES IN CALIF00 Mrs. Elizabeth O. Harden. Pomona, Calif., died Saturday, March 27, 1971. Mrs. Harden was born July 22, 1885, in Mt. Pulaski, IlL, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Oyler. Mrs. Harden, weighing only 1 Ibs. at birth, was given very little ch,3. pce of survival but went on to outlive her brothers and sisters by many years. She taught school in Rouse, Colo., before moving in 1910 to Long Beach where she also taught for several years. She had lived in Pomona since 1954. She was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Mrs. Betty Preston of Pomona and Mrs. Rosella Jordan of Anaheim; two granddaughters, Mrs. Mary Sandhagen of Chino and Mrs. Virginia Johnson of Reseda; three grandsons, Philip R. Preston of Montclair, Jack Preston of Pomona, and Gary Jordan of Fullerton; and eight gre at-grandclu'ldren. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. in Todd Memorial Chapel, Pomona. Com- mittal was private. AUSTIN NEWS l.rtlE l,lwooD Ap/fl 5. S.S. attendance 23. If Dist. Supt. Pattison can be here will have communion serv- , ice April 18th. Busy Bee Club met Thursday noon with Jessie Brelsfoard. Such good dinner, nine present including 3 guests. For May 6, it's a May breakfast with Goldie Pfieffer in Kenney. BALLOT ANNUAL SCilOOL ELECTION DISTraCT NO. 28 Mount Pulaskt T Nigh Scho:d Mmmt PulaskL llllnofa PIC INCT Nil. 2 All of Mount Pulaski Township, all of Lake Fork Township, Sections 24, 25, 36, 1, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in Elkhart Township, all territory In Sangamon County in Distri 28 shall constiqute prezinet No. 1 and. polling place shall be at MOUNT PULASKI TOWlqSHIP HIGll SffOOL SUILDING Ilats of Eisction Aoril 1O, 1971 Scretary. Board of Education FOR MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION (Vote for Two) JOHN POPE EVERETT STREENZ D | TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971--9 Word came of death of Howard Ferry at 12:40 p.m. Sunday in D.M. hospital. Body is at Dawson-Wikoffs. Leaves wife Bernice and a son, Jack of Warrensburg. They resided in this area till moved to Cullom few years ago. He was a member of Harmony Church till years ago. Funeral Tuesday at 1. Burial Boiling Springs. Neighbors - 30 men with 28 tractors plowed the farm of and for Vernon Butler Saturday. He is hospitalized with a heart con- dition. They also plowed some for John Crowell in afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Kret- zinger of Mason City, la. called on H.A.K. Saturday a.m. Were returning from 3 months spent in Clearwater Beach, Fla., went on to Latham and Mt. Pulaski to see relatives and friends, back to Clinton, then on home. Monday 29, strong N.W. wind. Tuesday 27, clear S.W. wind, oats sown. Wednesday 46, S.W. wind a gale, Thursday 52, thunders and a rain at 3 a.m., Friday strong S.W. wind, Satur- day 30, froze in. ice in bird pans. Sunday 30, surprised to see mow, inch, stuck on every- thing, still for once, soon melted. Sun shone till noon. This No. 15 IOW. Blue bells are up. snow drops blooming, heard a brown thrush Saturday a.m.C. Cross have planted glad bulbs. Evelyn Era- rick planted peas, lettuce, radish and onion plants Thursday a.m. Del Southerns have garden in tOO. Monday 29, ice in pans, cold N.E. wind, cloudy so no work in our truck patch. Cleared it off Friday and Saturday. Carol and Allen Alsup, Richard Rau are home for Easter vacation. Jim Ruberg comes Thursday from Aurora, Steve and Bill will go get him. Wedding bells are ringing! Guess who! Dear Sir: Regarding the letter published last week from William Humble, the MVI'HS Alumni Association wishes to clarify one fact with him and others who may have misunderstood our intentions. We do not wish to exclude any- one who desires to become a member of the Alumni Associa- tion. Article II of the Associa- tion by-laws states that "anyone who is interested in the commum ity of Mt. Pulaski and MPTH$ is welcome to join". This in- cludes anyone who considers MPTHS to be their Alma Mater whether they graduated from the school or noL This also in- cludes teachers or former teach- ers, spouses of an alumni, or people who have resided in this community for yean and con- sider Mt. Pulaski their home- town. To join, we request that am interested member send us hit correct name and addre with a dollar lifetime membership fee, and the year he graduated. If he is not a graduate, just name years you did attend MPTHS. We have been receiving a gratify. ing number of membenflfip m- uests from all over the country. e hope many more will Ntn soon. Records show graduates of MPTHS as far back as 1888 m we expect to hear from rmmy. Thank you. Sincerely, Officers and Board MembeN MPTHS Alumni Auoclatimt 00ama00altm ts Board members and O of the MPTHS Alumni tion, Inc. are rendnded t the board meeting The, April 15th at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Earl Max--. Memberships into Ahmmt Association are being for $1.00 fee to be.mall t Alumni Association, c/o gebecoa Drake, Secretary, Rural Box 9, Chestnut, Illinois 62518. The Board requests that when apply- ing for memMrship that you in- dude your correct name, rrden name for the women, correct address and yur gralhv ated. Membershil arriving from Texag ImlfmNe- bru, VL, gha, Mtmmrt, AdUa- sas, and Michigan with represented from: 1922, 24, 25, 31, 40, 41, 43, 44, 51, $$, ul 65. You will notice a decade of alumni not reWNmt- ed from 31 to 40 and yean 55 to 65. So we expect to be hring from many more. SPECIMEN BALLOT AImUAL aCllOOL N DIgrlIICT NO. Mount  Towml  Mount PuhmkL PRZCINCT NO. 1 All of Mount Pulaski Townlp, all of  Towrmhip, 2tions 24, 25, 36, I, II) 12. 13  14 in Elkhart Towrnthip, all cerrltory in mg Coumy in District 28 shzll eortRute  No. I and polling place ahall be at MOUNT lgl YOWNMggP l gagOg IUILDIIO Boto of Election A)rll 1O, IB71 S>e.,,rary, Board of F, dueatlon FOR MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION (Vote for Two) JOHN POPE EVERETT