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2--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IU.) THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, nl. 62548 Published and entered as second class matter in "the post office at Mount Pulask/, nllnots, Nov. I, 1930, trader the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. JAMES V. DODGE Editor KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher 8ubscrLptton Rates Three Months $ I. 50 stx Moths $ 2.5o! One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advert/stnl D/splay Rates upon request Publishod EverT Thu, NOTICE TO HELP THE TIMES! NEWS STAFF TO MEET THEIR DEADLINE - WE REQUEST NEWS ITEMS, ETC. TO BE IN OUR OFFIC E BY NOON TUES. ITEMS RECEIVED AFTER THIS/ HOUR WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE. THANK YOU TIMES-NEWS STAFF LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Alice Brown visited in LeRoy, Ill. on Sunday with her cou,in Mrs. Margaret Meats. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, with their grandchildren, Ryan and Mitzi Read, all from Kings- ton; Idaho, are visiting for a week with Guy and Gladys Hat- field in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hat- field and children from Livonia, Michigan were also weekend guests. Mrs. Lucy McCormick enter. ed Latham Estates, movin 8 from Lincoln Manor in Decatur. Also a new resident there is, Miss Lottie Hahn. Visiting the new residents at Latham Estates, were Mabel Pmett, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc- Cormick and family. Mrs. Alice Brown spent Mon- day in Decatur at the home of her sistem-law Mrs. Jessie Page. Mr. and' Mrs. Dave Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Brown of Effingham also visited there. BAKE SALE The Yearbook Committee of the Chestnut Grade School are sponsoring a Bake Sale this Saturday, May 22nd from 9 a.m. til ? at the Chestnut Cafe and Hayes Auto Supply in Mt. Pula- ski. Your support will be great- ly appreciated. Everybody sets out to do something and everybody does something, but no one does what he set out to do. I I I I " I " iii | I -II Celebrated 251h. Wedding Annivenmry Mr. and Mrs. Louran McQuaid of Larose, Louisiana celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary April 27th with a dinner party in the Blue Room of the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Mr. McQuaid is assistant busi- ness manager of Directional En- gineers, Inc. of Morgan City, La. and is also on the board of dir- ectors. He is the son of Mrs. Wilma McQuaid of California and grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Drobisch. Visitors in the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer home Tuesday afternoon were as follows: Mrs. Leta Moore of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. John Cobb, Den?born, Mi- chigan; and Mrs. Howard Gray- bill from Cincinnati, Ohio, who had been to see their brother, Charles Meyer and family in Gordonville, Mo.,about 12 miles from Cape Girardeau, Mo. They had also seen a sister Mrs. Albert Schroeder and hus- band in St. Louis, Mo. Another sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dean. who live in Patterson, Calif., could no[ be included in this trip because of distance. They are all children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Meyer, and Mrs. Meyer was the sister of Rev. F. E. Neumeyer. ENJOY TRIP Mr. and Mrs. John Hasse. brock of Mt. Pulaski enjoyed a three day stay inHolland Michi- gan attending the annual Tulip Festival held there last week. Returning home Friday even- ing, they were weekend hosts to their granddaughters Paula and Pamela Hein, their friend, Lynn Hodonsky, all from River Forest. Also weekend guest of the Hassebrocks was John Lueck of Milwaukee, Wisc. Sunday afternoon callers were, Mr.and Mrs. Don Oppedal, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roos and son, Robin, all of Decatur. Happy Anniversary JEll Love, Okey I I --: ! B. W. ELY i INSURANCE PHONE 792.3216 MT. PULASKI, ILL. ii Rmm ocwuc/ SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Itene 792-5418 Mount PulukJ, m. . I I MR. AND MRS. FRANKLIN BOHN of rural Elkhart will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 23, 1971 with a family dinner given in their honor. They were married in Salem, Ohio May 19th, 1946. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. James (Charlotte) Baldwin and one grandson, Jeffrey. Mrs. Bohn is employed at Lincoln State School and Mr. Bohn is employed by the Logan County Highway and is an auctioneer. SCHOOt HAVE OGRAM Birks School will hold Recognition Program May 28th at 8 p.m. Mrs. Collier, a former Birks will present dance numbea her younger students and High School Dixie Band perform. Refreshments will be following recognition of t student at Birks School. former students and as well as friends and of this year's students, vited to attend. There no potluck supper NOTE OF THANKS I would like to thanks to all those whO cards, flowers and made while I was a patient Decatur Memorial since returning home. thoughtfulness is very preciated. Boots No man becomes a without his own Some people are grumbling because ro thorns when thankful that Happy 25th. Wedding MOM & Jim, Charlotte It NOTICE TO TAXPAY'ERS YOU MAY PAY YOUR Real Estate and Personal Property Tax at Our Ban.k! ---Just Mail or Bring Notices to Bank with Your Payment. Keep Tax Funds In Your Community FIRST NATIONAL BANI( Fodoml I)elxt  llmmmed  $ 29,000 _ PHONE: Y8-3216 )40qTNT  ILLS w