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i  ' i! ,ii i i i  ,, !/ i,)!  i 2-TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971 MOUNT PULASWl TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaslh, 111. 62548 Pubtlshed and entered as second class matter in.the post office at Mount Pulaski, IL1inola, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congreu on March 9, 18"/0. JAMES V. DODGE Editor KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher Subscription Rates Three Months $ 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank Yon Notices $ 1.50 Advertising Dlaplay Rates upon request Publlsbed Every Thursday NOTICE TO HELP THE TIMES NEWS STAFF TO MEET THEIR DEADLINE - WE i 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. " I THANK YOU [ TIMES-NEWS STAFF ! ---%=--%-- ----%- -- % "- -----%%%%%%%--------%----%--.r%%----.: LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Henry Dammermann, Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker, Mt. Pulaski, Herman Dammermann and son, Justin Dammermann, of Lincoln were in ARamont last Friday to attend the funeral of the former's brother-in-law, Justin Dammermann at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Harold Wubben was ,,Mest of her son, Julian, at om's Weekend" Banquet at Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity Sunday. Mrs. James Green of Lincoln, and Mrs. C,ne Irwin and son, Scottie, of Springfield, visited last week with their Grand- mother, Mrs. Virgie L. Follis of Springfield. Wendell Follis of Springfield visited his mother, Mrs. Virgie L FolKs of Springfield. Mrs. Helen Buckles attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  McDanial Sunday, April 25th at Buffalo Hart Lodge. Mrs. Helen Buckles of Mt. Pulaski attended a 50th reunion of her class at the Unaline Academy in Springfield, lllinois April 24 - 25tlL She graduated in 1921. Of the original class of 12, eight were present. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horn re- turned Sunday nite from a two weeks vacation with their son, Mr. James Horn and children, of Mercer Island, Washington. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Follis spent last Saturday and Sunday touring the southern part of Illinois. Mrs. Lester Downing visited the put weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Rodewald and family in Steelville, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jannazzo, Kathie Stoll, Mark Dumonceaux of Springfield, Ronald Stoll, Bucldey, Illinois visited Sunday in Mt. Pulaski with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll. Several birthdays and an early Mother's Day were celebrated. i iii i ] B.W. ELY I INSURANCe. [ P}tON] 792.3216 Mr. I Mr. and Mrg Robert Daily were in Abingdon Saturday to attend the funeral of his grand- father, Charles W. Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. John Poffen- barger of Lincoln were in St. Louis over the weekend where they attended a Cardinal Base- ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wubben of Mt. Pulaski and Miss Lou Ann Maxheimer of Champaign at- tended Honors Day Convocation on Friday with Julian Wubben. Ryman- Fuiten 447 Met Monday, May 3 Ryman-Fuiten Unit 447 met on Monday, May 3, 1971 at the American Legion Home. Hazel Froschauer gave her report on Credits earned for our unit by sending different items to the V. A. Hospital at Dan- ville. Credits for Rehabilitation projects earned for our account is 1,016.67. Treats were taken to Alice French Cottage at the Soldiers and Sailors home in Blooming- ton, Illinois on Sunday, April 25, 1971, by Dorothy and Kathy Brooker, Dolly and Jill Buckles, Genie and Marl Jo Lynch. A report was submitted by the Nominating Committee. The Ways and Means Committee re- ported plans were complete for the Bake Sale to be held Satur- day, May 8, at 10:00 a.m. at Susan Collier Dance Studio on the square. Any questions con- cerning donations, please con- tact Dorothy Mason. Poppies have arrived for our poppy sale to be held on May 21 and 22. Eleanor Durst was nominated as Delegate from Mt. Pulaski to the Dept. Convention to be held July 29 - 31 at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago. July meeting date has been changed from July 5 to July 12 at 8:00 p.m. at the Legion Home. Hostesses for the May meet- ing were Connie Fisher and Dolly Buckles. Hostesses for the June meet- ing are Mary Anne Romer and Pauline Bender. STEVEN LAWRENCE, 4, and KIMBERLY LYNN, 18 Mo., are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Collier. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Tendick and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Collier. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gluick, all of Mt. Pul- aski. MYmCI00 RETURN PROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Fran Mynck have returned home from their two week vacation trip. Their first stop was in Tampa, Florida to visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Captain and Mrs. Dennis Myrick. They also visited with Mrs. Myrick's sister, Mrs. Marian Trottnow, in Largo, Florida. Leaving Florida, they drove to Wilton, Conn. to visit another son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Myrick and family. Mrs. David Myrick and youngest son, Darin, returned with them to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles BiUington. DANCE I'VUE HIE MONDAY MAY 17 When the curtains open for the two performances of "The Jumpin' Jack Dance Revue" a toy shop setting will provide the background for animated china dolls, jumping jacks for a box and even dancing donkeys. In one number baby bumble bees will buzz about adding a little sting to the entertainment. Sponsored by the Fine Arts Center of Clinton and Susan Collier's Dance Studio, Mt. PUl- as, "'The Jumpin' Jack Dance Revue" will have two perform- ances: Monday May 17 at ML Pulaski grade school and Wed- nesday, May 19 at Clinton Community High School. Both performances will begin at 8:00 p.m. This is the sixth dance revue :=:__-_ .... -_---_-_---_- ....... -_--_-_- by Fine Arts Center students and the first time the Fine Arts Center has presented a com- bined revue with students from Mrs. Collier's Mt. Pulaski studio. Mrs. Collier, who is complet- ing her first year as a member of the Center faculty, has ch6reo- graphed and directed the revue. Hosl00tel News %% ..%%-_ __ --__.r% _- _%----% _ ..--.--.,,%--r -_- Mrs. Melvin E. Singley, 17001 Magnolia Drive, Hazel Crst, is a surgical patient at Ingles Hos- pital, Harvey, Illinois. i ! She will appear in a solo dance number called "En Pointe". Dance soloes by Fine Arts Center students will be per. formed by Sandi Taylor in "Sheik's Delight", Shelly Bor- ton, "Military Polka", and an acrobatic solo "Slinky" will be presented by Susan Hickman. Dance students from Mt. Pul- aski will perform in several num- bers including three called "To- day's Mombo", "Talk to the Animals" and "It's Delovely." State sets are being con- strutted by Dean Collier, Mr. Pulaski and Walter Perkins, Clinton. Tickets are now on sale and may be purchased from the dance and acrobatic students or at the Fine Arts Center of Clin- ton office: adults $1.25; stu- dents 75c. ON IJST Donald, Goodman, 219 N. Mason, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, a junior at Southern Illinois Uni- versity's Carbondale Campus, was cited on the winter term Deans' List for academic achievement. His name was omitted from an earlier listing because of a computer error. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 lqume 19Z-5418 Meut Pulaski, IlL I I ....... II ............ I LADIES orvr WME00I00 LIrCOLN ON The Ladies Auxiliaries i lOth District of the Foreign Wars met at Post 1756 Sunday, May and elected the followin cers for the '71-'72 term: President, Marilyn of Lincoln; senior Marge Hull of junior vice-pres., Creager and Henry, both of S iliary; Treasurer, of Jacksonville; Lois Allen and Long, both of Li Trustees: Althea HudsOn, cy; Lola Yaeck, Doris Langenbahh, Some appointments were: Secretary, CatherLae and she was also Poppy and Sunshine Musician, Althea bearer, Barbara Weaver torian lative, Lola Yaeck froth Auxiliary; Banner beaer, Roberts, Safety Chai queline Creager; Velma Gaffigan; stmctor and chairman, Pauline Springfield Aux. 755. Hull was appointed and Community Eleanor Hayes, Other appointments Public Relations, Lois Voice of De Langenbahn, Past District Allen served her as Installing officer. Chaplain, conducted the for deceased sisters trict at 11 a.m. impressive. Retiring Yaeck received a padded ',h staff of, counties council Allen was from her officers. A THANK YOU To everyone who bered me with cards while I was a John's Hospital in Illinois. Mrs. Claude Happy Mother's DaY to the one whose arras were always ope whose love knew no bounds. Her was a refuge in any storm, her na.,'a engraved in our heart. Next Sunday is Mother's Day. By some word or gift, let's not forget that it's HER FIRST NATIONAL BANK