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|ILL DOWNING a l, mcL JIM KOCH, li ducatlcm l- ru, at the Mount Pulaski Township High School, admire the trophy presented to the high school, by Bill Harsha, President of the Lincoln Jaycees. Bill won a trophy for himself and the one he holds for the high school at the Jaycee Teen.Age Driving Rodeo held recently in Lincoln.Times-News Photo. z ii,i TIMES-NEWS (Mount Ihilanki, IlL) THURSDAT, JUNE 10 INi--0  HjIrL North Washington St., will celebrate her 100th birthday on Saturday, Sune 3. This will make two Mount PulaSki residents who have reached the century mark. The other is Miss Christina Start, who will be 103 on July 20th. \\; \\; 4 1I]t1[ GRADE GRADUATES at Birks School, who received diplomas Thursday iht May 25 Left Dean Romer Steve Gulso Janet poffenbarger, Steven to right ' ' --t Times-News Photo. qua--' " " " Nancy Green was unable to oe presen . o, Ronn Baker. 8ERVICE 2-5418 $dINOUNCE ENGAGEMEITMr. and Mrs. Victor Maxheimer of Lansville, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred Ann, to Carl R. Hampsmire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loran R. Hampsmire of 1865 W. Division St., Decatur, Ill. Mists Maxheimer graduated from Illiopolis High School and is now employed at Public Finance Corporation in Decatur, Ill. Mr. Hampsmire gradu- ated from Decatur High School and is now a brakeman on the Wabash Railroad. A summer wedding is planned. i i?:!! i!;i : Ji i i} ! ,