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April 22, 1971

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4-TIMF.,S, NEWS (Mt, Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971 Michele Purcell Married April 10 To R. Goodman Repeating wedding vows on April 10 at the United Methodist Church in Mt. Pulaski were Michele Purcell and Robert Goodman. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Purcell and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodman, Sr. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Dean Follis of Mt. Pulaski. Attending the couple as Maid of Honor was Judy Kirmunen of Chicago; as Best Man, Edward Koehler of Lincoln. Attendants were Mrs. Edward Koehler of Lincoln and Daniel Walton of Mt. Pulaski. Guests attended from Chi- cago, Berwyn, Wood Dale, Lin- coln, Beasoh, Dawson, Spring- field and Lincoln. After a reception in the Church Fellowship Hall, the couple left for a wedding trip. The young couple will be living in their borne in Chestnut,_ He is employed at the Mt. Pul- aski Farmers Grain & Elevator Co. of Mt. Pulaski. W..L HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS TO PRESENT ANNUAL MUSICAL Fill. The Annual Musical of the WarrensburgJ.,atham High School Chorus will be presented on April 23, 1971 at 7:30 p:m. at Warrensburg - Latham High School. Tickets for adults are $I.00 and 50 cents for students. /R. and MIIS. F H A Held April Meeting At School The April meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was held Thursday, April 15 at 3:30 in the Home Ec room at the high school. The business discussed during the meeting was the annual F.H.A. trip, which this year is to Champaign and also Formal Ini- tiation which is to be May 6th. Lisa Rau, Secretary I1 CR)ODMAN CHESTNUT L W M L MET THURSDAY The Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League met Thursday, April 15 at 1: 30 p.m. The Society's special collec- tion this year will sponsor a seminary student in Brazil. The chairman, Mrs. Marvin Jansen, reported that the Annual Convention will be at Buckley, Wednesday, June 9 at 10 a.m. The convention theme is "The Word for the World". Delegates are .Mrs. Robert Wurth and Mrs. Carl Sto[I. Alternates are Mrs. Edwin Rentschler and Mrs. Alvin Rent- schler. Reser'ation fee of $3.00 is to be paid to Mrs. Marvin Jensen or Theckla Stoll by" May 16th. The nominaling committee is btrs. Alvin Rentschler and Mrs. Wilford Dittus. NOTE OF THANKS 1 ish to thank the Ward 3 for their confidence me and for their vote. ! intend to continue for the good of all the the best of my ability. Sincerely' Charles E. Hohnes. Bank of Chestnut lank of hetntrt ATTENTION: NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC !!!! This Notice Is Published In Concern For The Uninformed Public On The Proposed Busin Situation Created By School District NO. 34 Of Mt. Pulaski Grade School. It Seems A Busing Situation In The Mt. Pulaski Grade School Has Been Created As Always Without Concern For Public Sentiment. Thus If We Must Act As They 9o In Larger Cities By Busing It Would Seem The Public Should Show A United Front Through An Organization, Also As is Done In Larger Cities. The Newly Formed Citizens For Progressive Education is Now Being Formed. Petitions For Opposition To This Busing Situation Will Be Drawn Up. Any Taxpayer In The Mt.Pulaski School District May Gather More Information Or Join The Concerned Citizens By Phoning 792-3315 After. Five P.M. On Weekdays Or Any Time On Weekends. THIS An PAiD FOIl BY CITIZENS FOIl PROGRESSIVE EI)U CATION