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2-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill. it . , ' ' N.W8 mou} Ki TIMES- ML Pulaak/, 111. 63548 Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, nlinols, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 18'79. JAMES V. DODGE Editor lmlTH E. RICHARDSON Publisher $ubsertpUon Rates Three Months $ I. 50 Stx Months $ 2.50 Oae Year $ 5. O0 Thank You NoUces $ I. 50 Advertlatng Display Rates Ulme request Published Every Thursday NOTICE TO HELP THE TIMES NEWS STAFF TO MEET I 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. Fred Kiick of Latham returned from West Hartford, Conn. where they at- tended the wedding of their anddaughter, Judith Ann Heft. ey stayed for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Eidon Heft and family after the wedding. They made the trip by jet plane. Mr. and. Mrs. V. U. Barr and Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer of Pana were Sunday dinner gliests of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford D. Smith. Miss Debbie Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn and Miss Heidi Schilt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schilt, Mt. Pulaski, were weekend guests of Debbie's sister, Linda and Miss Marlene Pfiefer at Eastern Illinois Univerty. This was little sister weekend. Both girls enjoyed the visiting of many "of the other girls in Andrews Hall. Mrs. Harry J. Wible had as dinner guests Sunday evening Ray. and Mrs. Follis, Mrs. Hammond and two children, Mark and Melissa. On Easter Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott entertained the following relatives with a ham dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Lyndel Emrick and Timothy, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe, Susan and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Scott and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cowan and Debby Scott, all of Mt. Pulaski; also Mr. and Mrs. David Reynolds. Janet and Billy of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. i i THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971 Cletis Howe of Latham and Mr. Chuck Kirk of Hartsburg. Mrs. Frederick Zimmerman went to Burt, Iowa last Friday where she visited her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gupton IIl and daughter, Angle. She returned on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillich and daughter, Jewell visited in Hot Springs, Ark. over the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Hall. Mrs. Hall is the former Sarah Voile. On the way home they stopped at Bald Knob, Ill. to view the beautiful cross up on the hill. 50 lb. ANNIVERSARY TO BE OBSERVED SUNDAY APRIL 25 Mr. and Mrs. Levi McDaniel of Fairview, Illinois will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 25 at the Richardson Club House at Buf- falo Hart, Illinois. Mr. McDaniel and the former Mary Stengel were married April 27, 1921 in Buffalo, Illinois. They are the parents of five children: Robert of Buffalo, Betty of Fairview, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Fishburn of Springfield, Kenneth of Fairview and Mrs. Kenneth (Pat) Murphy of Farm- ington. They also have 8 grand- children. LADIXS ATTENDED WOISHOP APR. 15 Mrs. Albert Gluick, Miss Char- lotte Hanslow, Mrs. Edna Reiter- man and Miss Nelle Vandevender attended the Spmlgfield District Women's Society of Christian Service Spring Workshop, Thurs- day, April 15th held at Spring- field First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This meeting included an "Idea Shower", members attend- ing gave written ideas to share, ideas too good to keep on such matters as projects, worship ex- periences, promoting missions, recruiting members, good pro- gramming, and meeting the bud- get, etc. Mrs. Charles Whitworth of Mason City, President of Spring- field District and Mrs. Fred Hoppin of Lincoln, Vice Presi- dent, were among the presiding officers. Hosplfal News Mrs. Alice Meister returned to her home Sunday from the ALM Hospital in Lincoln. ii i B. W. INSURANCE Agent 'PHOIqE 792-316 }fir. , ll&. i , I I ur C-a//Oa. ,4w... o w6o av-a/ SOFJ" WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Phone 792-5418 Mount Pulaski, Ill. III II Cancer Benefit Enjoyable Affair Due to other events in Mt. Pulaski, a mediocre crowd at- tended the Cancer Benefit Variety Show held Friday eve- ning at the grade school gym. However, it was thoroughly en- joyed by all those who did at- tend. Thanks goes to the partici- pating talent: Mrs. Genevieve Olson, Latham, humorous read- ings; Mrs. Dean (Susan) Collier, cute dance number; Kitchen Band, popular songs; Mrs. Robert Lewis and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, peppy piano duet; Mrs. Beth Hammond, popular songs; Darrell Knauer and Tom Ohler, country music; Celeste and Kevin Etheridge, piano and voice duet; Mrs. Dean Follis and Phillip FroehJich, songs as Gladys and Dirty Old Man from Laugh In; Grace Hamm as Ella Mae from Laugh In; Larry Henrichsmeyer, Gayland Green and Mrs. Jacque- line Kapper, country music; Dean Scotts, Winifred Allsopps, Nelson Locks and Bill Steven- sons in Sqtlare Dance Numbers; Mrs. Franklin Naylor and family (representing M.P. Community Players) with jokes between acts. Also thanks to Mr. Kafka, Mr. Tanner, Ken Stoll, Bob Ayles- worth and Times News for their good publicity and all those who donated to the Cancer Fund. Many compliments have been received regarding Mt. Pulaski's talent. Anyone wishing to donate to Cancer Fund may still give since there will be no door to door I II I II II II solicitation. Money can be given to Mrs. Kenneth Stoll who was chairman of this event. JOHNgONS OBSKRV1 25111. WED. ANNIV. AFR. 18 On Sunday, April 18th, an open house was held honoring the twenty-fifth wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Almen Johnson of Esmond, Illinois. The affair was planned by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blazier, Genoa, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Rochelle, Illinois, and Arvey Johnson t home. It was held in the gymnasium of the Esmond Grade School. Attending from this area was Mrs. Sidney Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Vaughan and daugh- ter, Lee Anne of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer, Williamsville, Illinois. Mrs. Johnson, the former Maude Herring, is a sister of Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Henrichs- meyer and an aunt of Mrs. Vaughan. WILBUR LAYMAN SPEAKER AT LOCAL ROT&RY G Wilbur Layman, Vice Presi- dent of Lincoln College, was the speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club last Thursday, April 15th. He spoke on the physical plant at tht, college, what they have done in the past and their plans for the future. He invited the club as a group or as indi- viduals to visit the McKinstrey Library. RENT A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX L UNFAIR TO Mr. Tim Tomlinson, of Mt Pulaski, who is Administrations Dept. of College, accompanied him, Guests attending the were John Zumstein, a trooper, Emil Stahlut Lamothe, the Assistant Administrator Hospital. The men enjoyed a meal of Chop Suey Bob Steinfort. The club will meet Methodist Church next day, April 22nd. AUXIHARY NO. 477 TO BAKE SALE There will be a Bake sponsored by the gion Auxiliary- Unit 447, held at Susan Dance Studio, May 8, 15 10:00 a.m. All Auxiliary bets please have your bake at the Studio by 10:00 Saturday, May 8, 1971. Literature Unit Monday Evening The Literature Unit of t Pulaski Woman's Club day evening in the home John Biesemeier with man Peters as co-hostess- members attended the Mrs. William the book entitled of The Noatak" by CLd Mrs. William Myriak cationed in Alaska at the ! where the author liv call writing the book. L ! Get One For Yourself! FIRST NATIONAL