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b Convention Of Della IVppa kt Belleville representing the 48 of Alpha Delta Honorary Women Educators, State Conven- April 23 and Mu Chapter Randolph and Other local included McBride, Edith Green- aard, Eliza- Summers, [ and Louise Scribner. and Alpha Mu as hostesses for COnvention. Georgia n for the Friday eve- and Hyatt Lodge d of the Executive of Decatur, the Presidents' of the This was Presi- Immediate Past session was Illinois State Spies, of Belle- for officers of were planned participat- question and policies, of Alpha Segraves was She chose as her entertainment by the Free- State Band on of Henry guest at the Ruth L. Michi- is Grand of the North Central Region and represented Grand Chapter. Mrs. Edna Reiterman of Mt. Pulaski was on the publicity committee. ROTARY CLUB MET THURSDAY APRIL 29 The Rotary Club met Thurs- day, April 29th at the Methodist Church. The following guests were in attendance: Donald Cudsworth, Lewis Horton and Merle Ording from the Lincoln Club; Harper Allan of Springfield and District Gov- ernor Ed Straub of Decatur. Harold Tendick, Sr. gave the program and showed slides of his and Mrs. Tendick's trip to Europe last year. His narration and slides were very interesting. President Robert Steinfort served a delicious chicken dinner. ' STI/DIrts TO BE HONORED AT U off CERI/ONY The Elkhart Community High School has been informed by the University of Illinois that the following former lUlils will he listed on the printed program for this year's Honors Day Con- vocation which will be held in the University. Assembly Hall, Friday afternoon, April 30, at 1:30: Roy Bracey, Roger Bock, Frederick Maxheimer and Stephen R. Schilling. Besides being publicly recog- nized, this distinction will be recorded on their permanent University record. FRIDAY, MAY 8 IS NEXT BLOOD BANK Another Blood Bank is sched- uled for Friday, May 8th at the Lincoln Recreation Center. At this time the County is far be- hind their quota for the year. To keep our good record for exceeding quota's - This time "WE NEED HELP" to make our required quota. The students, faculty, em- ployees, of Lincoln Christian College are sponsors of this month's Blood Bank. This group has been one of the most suc- cessful sponsors for the greatest number of years, in the history of the Logan County Blood Bank. "They accomplished this with help!" Let's give the Blood Bank, the Sponsors, and "Ourselves" the help needed for a successful Blood Bank. Friday- May 8th 11 A.M. - 5 P.M. Lincoln Recreation Center Sponsored by Lincoln Chris- tian College. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives for their expressions of sympa- thy, floral offerings, food and all other kindness shown during the bereavement of our loved one, James O. Malone. May God Bless you is our prayer. The Family of James O. Malone (p) - BAKE SALE- Saturday. May 8 9:30A.M. TILl. SOLD OUT IN FRONT OP UP.TOWN LAUNDROMAT ON THE SQUARE .-.SPONSORED BY-- NEW TOPS CLUB MT. PULASKI THEATRE DAYS OF "DISNEY'S" FAMEY FUN! - Fill., SAT., SUN. -- 7 P.M. ONLY MAN1HE ",, AR .THUR dULL .--. ,,,,,, TY ROIH ..... ROll MILLER ,..-,, NORMAN TOKAR  t eott vrA Dmt  CO. m: 4 tent waet  Ptt;'mlm FLUS!- --ADDI2) DilgI FF.Aa'rI. "1'ltz (2[ ItOUICD". a00t'r WL,00_ Trr00 Ger00TE00CLASS00cor : ! 'HAIIIlIEr  " "UNCLE TOMS CABIN". TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAYI MAY 6, 1971-5 ROBERT O. WERNER PRESENTED PLAQUE BY VF' ,tXII.IARY State Trooper Robert O. Werner of rural Nit. Pulaski as the recipient ol a plaque and certificate of appreciation from Cronin Brothers Post 1756 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary of Lincoln. Warner was cited for "'out- standing service as a taw officer in lllinois.'" Werner has been with the state police for fifteen }ears and for the past five }'ears has spon- sored 16 boys at the Illinois i Police Association Camp. He is a member of the District q riot team. NOTE OF THANKS Thanks to all those who have contributed to the Cancer Fund- organizations, individuals, mem- orials, etc., and those who gave of talent and time at the Cancer Benefit Show. As soon as money is all turned in. there will be a report as to how much was col- lected in Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Kenneth Stoll ('hairman, Cancer Benefit Show A T THE Mr. Pulaski Theatre FRI.- SAT. - SUN. MAY 14-15-16 7P.M. ONLY ALL AGES 004,11LO'RSN e Sufienl Thrills! Chillsl You'll need your seat belt # dozen times. Oon'f d/re hl.a,e the children et home, It expl#ins whet teecher can, rh4 story Of Slevery ie te Deep South during fose yeers hen the black man': 14ferin 0 was the wh,te men's h#me} GIANT WIDE SCREEN No one could love nyone more thin Utile Ev did Uncle Total Hrold is ml in love with Virginia end Mr. Saint Claire cheats on his rmlKpng wife. And there's tom,race amend the devet, the bees, flmven and i _ | iii I