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- BEASON DISTRICT MAY 17 organizational meeting of eason Park Dis- was held on May 17th at House. Warren Peters from present and ex- of terms for trustees. Two to lix year terms, two to and one trustee year term. The first expire in 1975, as elec- o be every two years election, but red year. were drawn and are as Marten, Wayne Rod- ires '79. Jack Southern, 4 Lowe, 2 yr. expires'75. rs were elected as fol- West, President; Marten, Vice-President; 5, Secretary-Treasurer. to serve one year Warren Peters was re- as attorney for the Park other business was con- at this time. OF DIED M. Rath, 60, of Athens, of, Allis-Chalmers Co., died at 2:40 June 3, 1971 at )ital. was born in Menard the son of John and Rath. He was a of American Legion and Athens and Local No. are his wife, Janice; of Springfield; one Mrs. Joyce Lott of Mrs. Marie Rath two brothers, Athens and Ellis of two sisters, Mrs. Doro- of Springfield and Kerschner of Mount four grandchildren. were held at 2 p.m. 6, 1971, at Mort Funeral Home at Hall Ceme- Judith A. Maxheimer Initiated By Alpha Phi Miss Judith Ann Maxheimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron P. Riggs, R. R. 1, Mt. Pulaski, was initiated by Alpha. Phi Fraternity for women at cere- monies on May 22rid. More than 40,000 other col- legiate and alumnae members have been initiated by Alpha Phi since it was founded in 1872 at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y., one of the first social sororities. Alpha Pl-d has installed more than 90 chapters since its founding. Cardiac aid is the Alpha Phi philanthropy, and the Alpha Phi Foundation its newest project. The Foundation is to provide fi- nancial aid for deserving stu- dents' higher education and to institutions of higher education. Miss Maxheimer is a freshman at the University of Illinois. Her campus and sorority activities in- clude Fencing Club and Little Sister of Theta Chi Fraternity. FORMER RESIDENT RECEIVES DEGREE Darrell Lynn Hanslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow of 903 Lyle St., Fulton, Mo., re- ceived his B.S. in Education on May 27th at Northeast Missouri State College at Kirksville. The Honorable Gov. Warren E. Hearnes gave the address to over 950 graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow and Mrs. Darrell Hanslow attended the ceremony. Darrell will be at- tending classes starting June 7th at N.E.M.S. College working on his Masters Degree. He is major- ing in Physical Education. Roger Lee graduated May 28th from Fulton High School with 161 seniors. He will be at- tending N.E.M.S. college at Kirksvilte starting in September. CARD OF THANKS May I express my sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for the many kind- nesses extended to me at the time of the death of my brother, Harry M. Rath. Your acts of love and friendship were deeply appreciated. Mrs. Ann Kerschner -- EMDIN-- CATFISH & CHICKEN Frl. & Sat. 5:PM to 10:00 PM Phone 44 Pauline & Frl, z SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Ieae 792-5418 Mount PuluJd, m. M. P. T.H.S. Alumni News The MPTHS Alumni Associa- tion now boasts a membership of 128 members from 17 states. The class with the most mem- bers is still 1965 with 7 mem- bers to date. But, classes of 1910, 15, 17, 20, 27, 29, 32, 37, 57, 59, and 66 still have not one single member. Where are you? We wish to have every class from. MPTHS represented in the Alum- ni Association from 1909 to 1971. Records of MPTHS show alumni back to 1888 but the earliest memberships have been from 1909. The Alumni Christmas Dance committee has been formed to begin plans for the next annual dance. They are: Rebecca Drake, Chairman, Jerry Maxheimer, Carolyn Powell, Marilyn Schaff- enacker, Kent Anderson, John Ed Tendick, and Loren Meister. The first committee meeting will be Tuesday evening, June 22nd at 7:30 at the home of Rebecca Drake. Your support and continued enthusiasm will be appreciated by the committee to make the dance the huge success that it was last year. Larry Cyrulik, chairman for the Alumni Association Member- ship Campaign Booth, will be asking for volunteers to help man the booth at the fireworks display July 5th and at the Ice Cream Social on the square. The chairman would appreciate as many as possible to help solicit new members, so that everyone working won't have to work v, ery long. If you can help, July 5th, give Larry a call. Are you planning your class reunion? The Alumni Associa- tion will try to help with finding addresses of classmates. All As- sociation members are on file. We would appreciate class re- union committees to encourage their fellow classmates to join the Alumni Association. We hopesyour class will be the first with 100% membership. To obtain your lifetime mem- bership: Miil $1.00 with your correct name and address and year graduated to: MPTHS Alumni Association, c/o Secre- tary, Rural Box 98, Chestnut, Ill., 62518. In return, you will TIMES-NEWS (kit. Pulaski, III.) THURSDAY, JUNE I0, 1971-3 receive a wallet-size membership card. The membership fee is funded to defray the expenses of operating the organization. We appreciate your support. OPAL RAY UNITID IN MARRIAGE TO EARL M. GRIC Miss Opal F. Ray and Earl M. Grigg were married Friday eve, ning June 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Grigg. Rev. Bruce Bigelow officiated at the double ring ceremony. Their attendants were Miss Ida Grigg of Mt. Pulaski and James Shelton of Springfield. A reception followed the cere- mony. They are residing with Mr. and Mrs. H. Grigg. Mr. Grigg is engaged in farming. OtrK/S FOR 1971.72 ELECTED BY FFA The following were e'.%-ted by the FFA to serve as officers for the summer chapter activities and the coming 1971-72 school year: President, Don Wilham, Dar- rell Bree,Jr., Vice President; Ron Schaffenacker, Secretary; Henry StoU, Treasurer; Gary Mileham, Reporter, and Allen FoUls, Sen- tinel. Don Wilham and Gary Mile. ham were selected as chapter delegates for the 43rd Annual State FFA Convention June 15 - 17. The Convention will be held at the Assembly Hall on the Campus of the University of Illinois. "Never mind your daughter's hand.., just give me a check from 00lank of 00hestnut hratma. ]llinob I m,o tmuaq m MT. PULASKI THEATRE FRI..SAT.-SUN. AT 7".30 P.M. Regular Admission 19321 The Moor00hine War The 18th amendment prohib!ted drinking. It didn t say a word about killing, double-crossing or blowing things up.