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6-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ig.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971 National Library Week Observed Here National Library Week - April 19 to 24 - was observed at the Mt. Pulaski Library-in a number of ways. Refreshments were served at the Library every after- noon, with members of the Mt. Pulaski Library Club, the Mt. Pulaski Garden Club, the Wo- marts Club and the Jr. Woman's Club acting as hostesses. Cookies for this event were furnished by members of the clubs men- tioned, as well as members of the Library staff. Mrs. Gladys Lyons, librarian, would like to thank all those who helped in any way. On Wednesday afternoon, the first grade pupils, with their teacher, Mrs. Wolf, visited the library, and on Thursday after. noon the first grade pupils and their teacher, Mrs. McGee, visit- ed. All were interested in books and those children who do not have cards are anxious to be- come borrowers. !P come borrowers. Bookmarks, lollipops and literature on li- brary services were given to all the children. Mrs. Lyons announced that there would be a summer read- ing program and as soon as plans for this are completed there will be a notice in the paper. Mrs. Lyons also announced that there would be children's fdm hour one afternoon a week during the summer. As soon as the day is decided upon it will appear in the paper. LATHAM NEWS lll OTI G. IIOWE The family of the late Mrs Cora Waddell attended a Mem- offal Service Sunday, May 2nd, in the Latham Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Culp re- turned to their home in Latham after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rust and family in Seattle. Mrs. Rust is the former Pat Culp, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kruger and family, McMinnviUe, Oregon. Mrs. Kruger is the former Peggy Culp. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Jr. of LaSalle, Illinois and Cheryl of ME. Pulaski, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Sr. Mrs. Flora Rager has returned to her home in Latham. She formerly made her home with Mr. and Mrs. "Hap" Garvin in Granite City. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Buckles are patients in Decatur Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary SchroU and Mr. and Mrs. Clay Colebar and son were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Waddell and Johnnie Sunday. Our sincere sympathy to the Seefeldt family in the loss of Mrs. Charlotte Kattner. O. G. Howe, Sr. wishes to thank Lake Fork Twp. for their support and his reelection of Road Commissioner. 4-LEAF 4-H CLUB MET APRIL 15 The 4-Leaf 4-H Club met April 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Welch. The meeting was called or order by President Randy Cowan and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Larry Kraft followed by Mike Cowan leading the 4-H pledge. 18 mem- bers and one guest were present. Following the business meet- ing talks were given by Dennis Opperman "Cattle Parasites", Jeff Litterly "Corn Blight", Wayne Cowan "Market Hogs", and Scott Cowan "Baby Pig Care". Refreshments were served by Mrs. Welch and Mrs. Allspach. The next meeting will be held May 13 at Birks School. 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