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2-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1971 MOUNT PKI TIM)gS-NEWS Mt. ]Plaakt, hi. 83548 Published and entered am second e.btam matter in the po office at Momt Pulas]d, nuao4m, Feb. 1, 1971, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1870. JAMES V. DODGE Editor KErrH E. RICHARDBON Publisher Bubscription ltes Three Months $ 1.50 Six Monttm $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advertising I)isplay Rates upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Ethel Biedler is now re- siding at Latham Estates at Latham. Mr. and Mrs. John Hahn and son, David John of Elgin, were weekend visitors with his mother, Mrs. Lottie Hahn. Lt. and Mrs. Wade Schott III are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Schott, Jr. in Mt. Pul. aski. Lt. Schott received his wings May 1 lth at Chase Field. Thurs- day, Lt. Schott and his wife will leave for E1 Toro, California. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cox, Jr. and son, Clay, of Quincy, visited with Cleatus Clobes on Tuesday. They were enroute to Lafayette, Indiana to get their son Jack, who has been attending Purdue University there. Melissa Shellhammer, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalen SheUhammer was omitted from the Citizensliip Awards list of the Birks School. Paula and Pamela Hein of River Forest, John Lueck of Mil- waukee, Wisconsin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hein, San Jose, Cali- fornia, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock Latham, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Nelson of Maroa were in Indiana attending the wedding of Miss Carol Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomas of Kingman, Ind. to Ronnie York, also of Kingman. Carol is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gooding of HiUsboro, Ind., formerly of Latham, Ill. The Dunn family stayed for a short visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gooding and with Mrs. Robert Gooding and son, Allen of Kingman. Miss Linda Duma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn of Mt. Pulaski, left by plane Wednesday morning to go to Dulles Airport, Washington, D. C. She will spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and family. Mrs. Nelson will be entering the hos- pital for surgery today and Linda will be taking care of Lee Ann and Cindy. Class Reunions Due to the recent fire at Dante's in Decatur, the class of 1941 of the Mr. Pulaski High School, will hold their reunion at the Blue Mill in Decatur Satur- day, June 26th at 7 p.m. The MP.T.H.S. Class of 1960 will hold their reunion on June 20, 1971 at Tomlinson Recrea- tion Center at 1:00 p.m. This will be a Potluck dinner with drinks available. NOTE OF THANKS Carolyn and I wish to extend our deepest appreciation to those who sent expressions of love and concern, through cards, flowers and especially prayers, while Philip was in the hospital for surgery. May God richly bless you for your love and con- cern. Harold R. Eye (p) Thursday evening til Sunday noon of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roos and family of Beason, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hassebrock and family of Decatur, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Bloomington visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hasse- brock on Saturday of last week. Mr and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and Debbie of Mt. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letterly, / Helpin'est Hand In Town especially when it comes to assisting you with a finan- cial problem. Talk to us. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Fleml Deposit Imumnee Inermud To $30.000 ,Phone 792-3216 -- Mr. m. III I I00GA00 AJ41O00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Dittus of Indianapolis, Indiana are an- nouncing the engagement of their daughter, Diane Lynn to Frederick David Magee, Jr. of Richland, Indiana. Miss Dittus is a senior at Purdue University and a mem- ber of Alpha Lambda, Delta, Sigma Delta P. and Pi Delta Phi honoraries. She attended the University of Mexico City, Mexi- co in the summer of 1970. Mr. Magee is the son of Mrs. Frederick D. Magee of Richland and the late Mr. Magee. He was graduated from Purdue Univer- sity and is a member of Eta Kappa Nu honorary and is pre- sently employed as an electrical engineer at Alcoa's Lafayette Works in Lafayette, Ind. The couple plan to be wed August 7th in Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dittus and family formerly lived in Mt. Pulaski and the bride-to-be is a granddaughter of Mrs. Edna Buckles and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dittus. Kathie Stoll To Be Married Saturday Miss Kathie Stoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, Mt. Pulaski, will become the bride of Mr. Mark Dumonceux, Springfield, Saturday, June 12th, 1971, at the Blessed Sacrament Church, 1725 South Walnut Street, Springfield, at 1 p.m. Friends and relatives are in- vited to the wedding. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors who extended their sympathy during our recent be- reavement, the loss of our be- loved, Melvin E. Rohlfs. During a time of such sorrow we do realize just what true friends mean. The Family ./ All about Money Wahher Hold Ice Cream I'll tell you what's There's this Ice Crcn Friday, June 18 at the Zion Lutheran Social will be Walther League See you there! Pie nations are app NOTE OF I would like to friends, neighbors for their cards, while I was a Lincoln Me1 since returnin Your thou be remembered. Mrs. NOTICE The annual Howe to be held June John's River BottOrn Whitney Hill. Overnite are welcome. noud'8 New Store For June, July 8:30 to Every Th e Wo rid's Smallest Coin This tiny coin, valued at one-fifth of a fanom, is minted at Traven- core on the Malabar Coast of India. It's value is very low by U.S. standards. It weighs only one grain which is 1/148 of an ounce. MANY LARGE SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TODAY AT LINCOLN SAVINGS STARTED AS VERY SMALL ACCOUNTS SOME YEARS AGO. REGULAR ADDITIONS EACH PAYDAY PLUS COMPOUNDED INTEREST HAVE CAUSED THE MODEST BALANCES TO GROW AND EVENTUALLY DOUBLE IN SIZE MANY TIMES OVER. IT'S EASY TO SAVE AT LINCOLN SAVINGS, THE FINANCIAL CENTER THAT CARES ABOUT YOU. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Lincoln, Illinois 62656 Ph: 735-2326