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Elkhart High School Education met at the buildifig May 10. amountin to $1,878.00 Fund and 4 in Building Fund were payment. was offered Learning Center and history teaching resolution was adopted to warrants as the Building Fund $30,000.00. approved renewal of in Illinois High tion and partici- 1 Lincolnland Area Vo- and Tri County Special Association for the Year 1971-72. committee con- Supt. Davis, Wayne Conrady, John and Delmar Davis was and meeting date of set to prepare tentative Adoption of tentative been set for May 25. been made LCarol Tours of St. Louis go on guided tour Ly 23 through May grade and high school will meet with the Unit School Dis- later in the summer w . . reorgamzatmn. discussed briefly No. 1018 which has With state assistance to a discussion on use of car, the suggestion by a board member ear be garaged in the at all possible. 1)o it today. inSUrance is an im- snt.But an easy one to put because it's to figure how h your family and what type of should have make that job the help of ntry Life's top in- specialists and equip- tell me about r Situation, and we'll up with a program r family's needs wait until to- Do it today. Agent M. P. T.H.S. Alumni News The MPTHS Alumni Associa- tion now boasts a membership of 85 members, representing classes back to 1909, and from 14 states. We are continuing to accept memberships. Mail $1.00 lifetime membership dues, with your complete name and address, and year graduated to MPTHS Alumni Association, % Secre- tary, Rural Box 98, Chestnut, I!1. 62518. Classes NOT represented by a single member are: 1910, 14, 15, 17, 20, 23, 27, 29, 32, 37, 42, 53, 57, 59, 64, and 66. We would like to have members from every class throughout the history of MPTHS! Will you join? No class is 100% as mis, takenly stated before. Let your class be the first! Lester Downing, '34, and daughter, Dadene D.owaing Thompson, '62; Harold Braun, '36, and son, Leslie Braun, '65; Floyd Schaffenacker, '26, Helen Dammerman, '28, and son, Ed Schaffenacker, '56; and Wilna Emery Streenz, '40, and son, Kim Streenz, '68; Betty Keck Taylor, '44 and son, Robert Taylor, '67, and daughter, Susan, '70; and Earl Maxheimer, '48, Delores Hein Maxheimer, '51, and twin daughters, Lou Ann and Anna Lou, '70 are the only families representing two genera. tions of MPTHS Alumni. Harry Lucas, teacher at MPTHS for 30 years, now of Mesa, Arizona, is the only former teacher to join. AUSTIN NEWS l'l"l' IIZlIWOOD Attendance at S.S. - 23. Guests at church were Mrs. Max- well and Miss Ula of Galesburg and a Mrs. Rohrscheib, was here recently. Mary Ellen Heft gas Monday to serve on the Jury. (Since she doesn't have enough to do any- way!) Steve Ruberg went alone to Aurora Thursday to bring Jim home. Got here just as M.-D. program over. The 2 boys left early Saturday a.m. for Gales- burg to bring grandmother Max- well and Miss Veda for a weeks visit. Mrs. Ruberg has a weeks vacation too. (Were back at 10:.) Callers at H.A.K. Friday were Myrtle Rau, Sibel Wauson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trowbridge. Mrs. Wauson left Saturday for her home in Olney, will return Sun- day, Monday afternoon last week Mary E. Heft, Maxine Johnston, H.A.K. went to the timber N. of Kenney. Wild flowers and a sea of, bluebells in the valley. Buckeye trees were in bloom. Called on Mrs. Ethel Hildreth TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, !11.) THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971-9 too. Hear the Butler timber has been sold. Ruby Rau and H.A.K. attend- ed open house at Latham Es- tates Sunday afternoon. Saw Clarence and Norma Rau and Albert and NeUie Anderson and sister. Sure is nice and also the school house for Vocational Center. An ideal p.m. for M.-D. supper and program Thursday. 37 attended. Oh what a suoper! An exchange student, Miss Fidelina Acosta, goes to W-L H.S., stays with the Rev. Zinn family of Boiling Springs, gave a talk and showed slides. Maxine Johnston leader - organ music - Virginia Alsup, poem- Maxine, piano number, Cheryl Johnston. Duet by Jo Johnston and form- er school chum. Miss Acosta is from Dominican Republic. WSCS meetsin June with Maxme J. Tuesday 58, shower in nisht., Wednesday 44, rain and 3 claps thunder at 8:15 a.m. Thursday 37, no frost - ideal day as left church 8:45 beautiful pink in N.W. Friday 48, clear, S.W. Saturday 56 clear. Sunday 58, wind N.W. as church out. As left Latham 2:15 black in S.W. such black cloud went around S - rained in Decatur at 3. Few drops here Monday, 56, clear. Announcement is out of the coming wedding June 19 in Macomb of Patricia Kathleen Logan and Harold Alsup. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Win. Logan of Macomb and Mr. and Mrs Marion Alsup of this area. Carol Alsup of O'Failon was not home last weekend - our mistake. Sunday dinner guests of the Jr. Emrick's for his birthday were: Mrs. Laura Kuntzi of Chestnut, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clausen of McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Schaefer, Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Morthland of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndel Emrick and son of Mr. Pulaski. - NOTICE- The Board of Supervisor's of Logan County will have a special meeting in the Court House, Lincoln, Illinois, on May 24, 1971 for the transaction of busi- ness and the-payment of bills. All bills must be filed in the office of County Clerk before 4 p.m. Friday, May 21, 1971 in order to be allowed at this meeting. Weldon B. Frantz Logan County Clerk MAY 21 - 22 Does it mean conserving Mount Shasta, Lake Erie, and the Everglades? Or cleaning up the air and the water? Or keeping chewing gum wrappers in your pocket? Environment is much more than mountains, forests, and rivers. Environment is each little world every person spends his life in, his shop, office, kitchen, corner store. Environment is the small as well as the big-as-all-outdoors. Commonwealth Edison is concerned bout both parts of the environment--the big and the small. You may already be familiar with the facts about the coal boilers we've retired, the new fuels we've been using, and the fumeless, clean, nuclear plants we have in operation or under construction. And, of course, you're familiar with the important things electricity does when you turn on a light, or go to an air-conditioned theater, or have need of a hospital. While we are working on ways to help clean up the air and the water, we're also involved in all the things that people use to make their worlds easier, healthier, more comfortable, and just a little brighter. Commonwealth Edison concern for your total envtronment 0 What does "concern for the environment" mean? C.E. Co.