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.... (Mount PulaskL COMMUNITY ay MrL Otis G. Howe. St. and Mrs. Kenneth Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of Peoria, attended gradu- exercises in Boone, N.C.. Howe, former star has- player for Warrensburg- graduated from the Ap- State Teachers College 27th. and Mrs. Ralph C. Buckles daughter, visited with the Waddell family, Friday. 1. and Mrs. Derward Sandifer Washington, D. C., arriving Wednesday evening, May 31st, Will visit with relatives. A lunch- in their honor will be given the home of Mrs. Mary Miller nd daughter Mable, on Thurs- day. Friday, with the Wilbur See- family, Mr. Sandifer will Eureka where he will give Commencement address at College. Flora Seefeldt and sister Kattner, went to graves in Springbank :ad Lincoln cemeteries. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeldt ! l,e on a fishing trip to Havana : Jim and Anita Seefeldt visited : their grandmother, Mrs. :;:Flora Seefeldt, while their par- were away. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Behrens sons visited in Kirkwood, Me. Vern Lee Garrison and and Mrs. Albert Reiterman Flora Seefeldt. visited the Wilbur Seefeldt's and :kms. Mr. and Mrs. David Erlenbush as Memorial Day" guests, i flom Lincoln and Mr. Pulaski and Mrs. Wilbur Horchem [i:d children, Lincoln; Mrs. Edith [ rlenbush, Mrs, Gladys Erlein- !:u&, Mrs. Eva Pugh, Mr. and  Do. n Erlenbush, all of Mt. and Mrs. Don Howe and of Warrensburg, visited the Sr., on Memorial .  Forrest Cox and step-fath- Stroh of Decatur, visit- e O. G. Howe's, Sr., Memor- i y. Florence Rau and Mrs. lntrout will entertain the Class of the Methodist on June 6th. :M. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of McHenry, visited Johnson, Latham. Loy Games is improving confined at home by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughan, Smtonio, Texas, are visiting Mrs. Yaughan's parents, Mr. M Graver Woodrum and Mrs'. Kath- Vaughan. The attitude of a toward a strange woman. A man who reaches hat when the after-dinner says, "I will now con- IlL) THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961 ESSAY CONTESTS ARE BEING PROMOTED IN JUNE BY DHIA Youngsters in Logan county are eligible to enter the DHIA Essay Contests during June. Awards will be made to those considered the best. The following essays have al- ready been sent in, entiled: "Why I Would Like to Visit a Dairy Farm". I would like to visit a dairy farm because there would be a lot of adventure. Maybe I would get to milk a cow or take the cows to pasture. If the dairy farm has a pond then I could go swim- ming or fishing. Or if the dairy farm had a pony, I would ask politely and they might let me ride it. Maybe I could get up in the hay loft or go for a ride or. the tractor. It would be fun to feed the chickens and gather the eggs. I will have just a good time there. By Timmy Dugan, Lincoln. I would like to visit a dairy farm because I like cows and the other animals. I like the milk and the other products made on a dairy farm. I like to see the green grass and brooks. The people on a dairy farm are friendly. I like the country, air, which is fresh, the trees, barns, milkhouse, and farm house. I have often wondered how to milk a cow by machine, or by hand. Even though I have never milked a cow. I think it would be fun. If the cow did not kick me or swish her tail at me, it would be fun. By Cindy Mueller, Mt. Pulaski. i I would like to go to a dairy farm because I would like to see them milk the cows and put the rOWS in stanchions. How do they take the milk out of the milkers and put it in the milk trucks? How do they wash all the equip- ment and still keep up with all the work they have to do? I wonder when the milk truck com- es. I wonder what they put the milk in before h goes in the trucks? I would like to know how they get the cows in the stan- chions. Well, if I win I will see all of this. By Kirby Bruce, Beason. I would like to visit a dairy farm because I do not know any. thing about one. I would like to know how you get milk from a cow using machines. HOW do you put milk in the carton? How does the milk get to the store? Milk is good for strong teeth. I would like to know as much as I can i about a dairy farm. I have seen pictures of dairy farms in maga- zines, but I have never seen a real dairy farm. I think it would be interesting. I have never seen an automatic milking machine. Do you have the Health Department check the milk every month? By Steven Jensen, Beason. ENGAGEMENT OF MARILYN KAY REEVES ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reeves of Broadwell, announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Kay Reeves. to Donald Garrett Lanter- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Lanterman of Elkhart. Miss Reeves is presently era-' ployed in Springfield. Mr. Lanier- man will graduate in June from Western Illinois University, Ma- comb. A summer wedding is be- ing arranged. MEET TUESDAY, JUNE 13 The Democrat women of the 22nd Congressional District, will meet in Lincoln on Tuesday, June 13, at a luncheon at Guzardo's. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Robert S. Keck, Mount Pul- aski, the Logan County Democrat- ic Chairwoman. She requests that reservations for the luncheon be in her hands by Monday, June 12. Partisan women from the coun- ties of Logan, DeWitt, Macon, Moultrie, Champaign, Coles, Douglas, and Piatt, will be in at- tendance. ---SPORTS WEAR FOR JUNIORS and MISSES. Jr. Sizes 5- 15. Miss. es sizes, 8 to 44. Single or Co- ordinate sets, $1.98 to $7.98 each, We give S&H Green Stamps. Huston & Paolone Ladies Apparel LAKE FORK HONOR ROLL The honor roll for the sixth six weeks at the Lake Fork Grade School is as follows: A Averages 1st Grade---Jane Ann Ridgeway, lulie Follis, Gene Chenoweth. 2nd Grade---Rose Chenoweth, Loy Wahlsmith. 3rd Grade--:dy Cardoni, Bren- da Baughman, Brad Welch. .4th--Linda Allspach. 5th--Marilyn Gill. 6th--Danny Phillips, Kathi Welch, Kay Allspach. 7th--Bob Cardoni. 8th--Cheri Welch, Charlotte Bohn. Mar:,, Ann Phillips. B Average 1st grade: David Allspach. 2nd: Jerilee Allspach, Billie Moore. 3rd: Ada Moore, Mark kwe, Ter .ry Moore. 4th: Ala Jacobs, Sandra Turn- er. 5th: Patty Creager, Gloria Moore, Lloyd Moore. 6th: Shirley Follis. 7th: Carolyn Follis, Peggy Neal. 8th: Phil Austin. Brad Welch, Judy Cardoni, Lin- da Allspach and Kay Allspach have been awarded Perfect Spell- ing Pins for the past six weeks works. 30 NIGHT HOME TRIAL Phone 497 1 Mile South Clinton on Route 51 Liar: A man who has no par. tition between his imagination and his facts. Dangerous Age: When a man starts to regre the things he did- n't do when he was younger. Weather Bureau: Where casters guess the right on the wrong day. Hypochondriac: A person enjoys poor health and of feeling be INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE SW 2-5113 MOUNT PULASKI, It's Getting lime for that Annual SpringTune,up il J Unior _2 ......... .R. ' q Bring Your Car in Before  the Spring Rush starts and be .'. have us put it n first class shape. h e_Opho: II i HOLMES GARAGE II Mount Pulaski, Illinois | -'"I"" THE ONLY HOUSE PAINT with FUME-RESISTANT PIGMENTS and VITOLIZED OIL* $5.98 Gives your home years and years of crisp, clean beauty-adds dollars to its valuel Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevater Co. HARDWARE STORE South Washington SL Phone SW 2.5911