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4-TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1971 FJ,EWELL BY FRESENT OF ffrUDENT CO BY GREG MARTIN Fellow Students, Parents, Faculty, Friends: First, let me tell you what a pleasure it has been to serve as your student council president. Thanks a mil- lion for your cooperation. If I were to give a title to my talk to you tonight, it would be "Please Don't Worry About Us-- We'll do OX." Too many ,people toaay worry about a so-called genera- tion gap. But is there really one? And if so, is it any different in 1971 than it was in 1941 or 19317 1 think not. We are referred to as the pampered generation. It is true that we have more spending money, more flothes, more forms of entertainment, better housing and more freedom than any other generation. But the most important thing is missing, I'm afraid. That one missing in- gredient is parental concern; not just the pats on the back and financial handouts, but the sin. cere love and concern for our emotional and spiritual well behlg. It isn't good enough for parents to shirk their responsi- bility of parenthood in payoffs of material goods. The attitude of "Do as I say, not as I do, or did" is a poor example to set. When we are told "don't smoke" and watch our elders squander hundreds of dollars on tobacco each year; when we are told "don't drink" and see our elders drink; when we are told "don't lie" and he.r our elders lie; when we are told "don't cheat" and see our elders cheat; what kind of respect is requested of us? We do one little mischievous trick and are reprimanded for it, and then hear our parents tell of overturning privys (when they were young), outdoor toilets, as it were. Don't you suppose we wonder a little at this double standard. Our grandparents were just as worried about our parents as our parents are now worried about us. Let me reassure you of one thing - we all love and respect you, our parents, even though we sometimes do not say so. We love our country, our flag, and our church, yes, even our school, not to mention MOST of our teachers. We intend to see that our great system of government lives on and prospers. Won't you give us time to grow up? Please don't worry so much. We won't let you down. We'll do OX. Thank you. NOTICE Mt. Pulaski Conservation Club Clean Up Day Saturday, June 12. Come Early, Avoid the I-It. Several members and families were on hand June 5th to start the work. Much was accom- plished. Let's all get out this Saturday and finish the job. Thank you, Christian J. Edenbush President Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lowe of Arlington Heights, Ill. welcomed their first child, a daughter, born Tuesday, May 25th. The young miss weighed 6 lbs. 9 oz. and has been named Debra Jean. Grandparents are Roy Lowe of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. John Daly and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drain, all from Massachusetts. AUSTIN NEWS ]uTrlE KEIWOOD June 7. Mrs. Marion Alsup and Carol spent Wednesday in Macomb. Ate dinner with Pa- tricia ogan and her mother. Highway mower on our road sides Friday. Glad didn't mow our pinks, sweet rocket and holyhocks off. Mrs. Wm. Heft and son, Bill, were in VandaLia Thursday get- ting lined up for school this Fall and place to room. Busy Bee Club met in Clinton Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Hoge. Seven present, one guest. Meet July 1 with Mrs. Hill E. of Maroa. Whee. Real summer, in 60's of a.m.'s to 80 and in the 90's all week, clear and dry. Bad dust storm from S.W. Wednesday at 6 p.m. Few drops rain. To 95 Sunday. 75 early Monday, windy clear. S.S. attendance 24. A guest for church was Mrs. Rohrscheib. No word about new Pastor yet. Pot luck dinner next Sunday, a farewell to Pastor Jim Coortrad. i i ii ii ii i i i Regular Meetings MAS(:IC Fust ThundaT 8.-OO . M. P,. A. CHUPTF.E Zast Mondmr 8:OO P. M. . st'- T. COMMA/fD. EZY Second Thum 7:30 P. M.  KI'AR 8:00 P. M. " Fourth Th 8:00 P. 1 I I _ _ II A letter of transfer was granted to Judy Sue Cross Smith to Ar- genta N. M.E. Church. She joined at Harmony in 1949 under pas- torate of Rev. W.M. Robinson. WSCS meets Thursday with Max- ine Johnston in Latham. Relatives here for graduation of Stephen Ruberg Friday p.m. in Warrensburg were Rev. and Mrs. Delbert Ruberg, Rochester, Ind., Rev. and Mrs. Rodney Ru- berg, son Joe, daughter, Dorothy of London Mills. They remained overnight. Sympathy to the Buckles family of Latham. NOTICE The Board of Su Logan County will have I meeting in the Lincoln, Illinois on June 14, 1971, 2:00 the transaction of the payment of bills. must be t'ded in the the County Clerk p.m. Friday, June 11, order to be allowed ing. Weldon Lo GET READY!l! MICHIGAN'S FAMOUS Blossom CHILLED AND FROZEN Preferred by those who want the .best.  tt heart of Michigan's lt fruit area. Packed 111 cans at the peak of freshness and flavor. Make ing. arrangements now. Remember, Blossom Queen are the first choice of those who know. WHOLE STRAWBERRIES 30- lb. 1in PLACE YOUR ORDER -- Closed Saturday at Noon -- MT. PULASKI FOOD t ]PHONE --  Sdl9 MOUNT IPULASKL IIOIS aAr. x.,. x'r DOUBLE VALUE PEAR HALVES k w. 39c SHOP AT HOm STAMrs |ITH SAUCE 25-Oz. J nzm,. . ram-r Tm ON  NEXT MONDAY 2  so  BY  RAGGEDY ANN FOLLOWING S'J['O]ES: (No Coupon Melded) PORK & BEANS 3 o. 350 DAI.E'S HOM AND AUTO STORE DOUD CLOTHIERS Folgers COFFEE 2  $1.67 KED RIPE - 17 lb. AVE. 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