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CLASSMATES FOR 12 YEARS 4--TIM_Y$.NEWS (Mmmt Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, JUNE 1, SEVEN W-L GRADUATES who spent 12 years of school together, starting in the La- tham grade school, and receiving their di- ulomas at Warrensburg-Latham high school, May 31. 1961. Top Row, left to right---Jessie Hughes. Bernadine Letterly, Bill Mock, Nancy White. Bottom---Jim Kelley, Jim Seefeldt and Mary Ann Maske. MR. APPAICHIAN Richard Davis (Rick) Howe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Howe of Latham, Ill., and gradu- ate of Warrensburg-Latham High in 1957, in Warrensburg, Ul. Mr. Howe was a Senior at Appalachi- an State Teachers College, Boone, N. C, and graduated May 28, 1961 with a Bachelor of Science Degree. Mr. Howe was a social studies and physical education major. Mr. Howe was recently select- ed in a campus-wide election as being the student most repre- sentative of Appalachian State Teachers College and was there- fore presented with the title of APPALACHIAN. Some of Mr. Howe's honors and activities while at Appala- chian include the following: Pres- Ident of Newland Hall; President of the Young Democrat's Club; a Junior Marshal; a member of the Student Council, School Coun- cil and Chi Lambda Club. Bas. ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; All.Conference Team 2, 3, 4,; Captain, 4. All- Di,trict Team 3, 4; Captain, 4; All:State in North Carolina, 4; Little All-American Nominee 3, 4. This year he was the leading scorer, rebounder, and free-throw shooter and was elected by his teammates as the Most Valuable Player. This year, also, Mr. Howe was selected to appear in the 1961 Edition of Who's Who Among Students In American Universt. ties and Colleges. A.S.T.C., located atop the Blue PAdge Mountains, is a college in North Carolina solely dedicated to the preparation of teachers. Dr. W. H. Plemmons is president. " cALL " NEW LOW COST PROTECTION Insured guarantee covers repair costs to house, building or contents should further termite damage occur. IUiCOMMliNDIED BY 164 ILUNOIS LUAUIEII COMPANIES MT. P FARMERS GRAIN & ELEV. CO. Mr. PULASKI, ILLINOIS COUNTRY DEL..VGHT LEMONADE POT PIES - I Beef, & Turkey ICELANDIC Bflnflnus Slicing ONIONS  10e JIF CRISP - GREEN PASCAL C CELERY 2 , 29c PEANUT BUTTER dRA'$ ,.o,. 2 POTATO J^ CHIPS Reg. Price 59 SPECIAL 10c "' u  PICKLE 3  690 , s,zE !i Sticks FISH STICKS 3 /E 99c 0. c MINUTESTEAK 69 c :u, 59 Fat C Open Pit Removed Bar-B-Oue - SAUCE Matchless GROUND BEEF Do 3-lb. $1.19 BACON PORK LOiN ROAST Lo:" lb. 45C soo, lb. 39 PORK STEAK co, 2 890 Sirloin or ,,Gs. BEEF STEAK "r-o,,e lb. 89  "// SHORTENING /'Y " i" 'E 2 ,.G^L 1 SPAGHETTI -:=:- ' earn t beet v*l with  Gram mainly.