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._fl, Mount  IlL, THURSDAY, JUNE I5, 1961 Classes Monday For er Season classes for the summer a large enrollment, but is room for more in some the classes, which will start week. Contact Bill Wheeler. Monday - 8- 9 P.M. - 6th Grade Intermediates Winkleman, Terry Van Gary May, Danny May, Voile, Dennis Werth, Mary Stengel, Donna Ann Wit- Mary Beth Witten. Instructor, Sams. Monday - 9- 10 P.M. Grade Beginners da Trowbridge, Debra Leim- Marcia Troyer, Mary Bur- Dorla Ray Froehlich, Gloria Sheila McCarty, Debra Mary Spenler, Tania Kathy Voelker, Carolyn McGee. Instructor 10- 11 AM., Beginners (Girls) Marcia Trowbridge, Gayle Jack- Georgianna Sprague, Gay Marsha Cleveland, Sandy Ronda Rogers, Vickie Mar- Marcia Brachear, Jean Gay Ruple. Instructor, ] Monday - 11- 12 P.M. i -, ! Grade Beginner (Girls) Diana Wilham, Diana Grussing, Wieber, Darlene Howe, Skaggs, Brenda Bennett, Stengel, Susan Rankin. In- Bill Wheeler. . 9. 10 P.M. 6th Grade Beginners (Boys) John Carter, Steven. Bertsche, Martin, Lyle Fout, Gary Steven Voelker, Allen Op- Richard Schroth, Billy Jo Larry Riggs, Dominic Keith Cross, John Buck- Pauline Rothwell. Tuesday - 10- 11 AM. .* 4th Grade Beginners (Boys) Gary Burgett, ln, Randy Cowan, Irving, Gary Sotzen, Rich- ,Harbarger, Andy Buckles, Buckles, Chuck Alberts, Laun. Instructor, Bill 2.dG0000--e "" 12 P.M. Beginner (Boys) Jimmy Allsopp, Ton3," Allsopp, Laatsch, Mickey Irving, !1 daims or Mg ones... FARMERS AUTO settles fast! i/ ii Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phone SW 2.5215 liT. PULASF ILL, Tommy Romanotto, Jeff Ayers, Greg Holmes, Johnny Holmes, Gregory Burgett, Danny Leim- bach. Instructor, Bill Wheeler. Wednesday . 9 - 10 P.M. 7th Grade thru High School Beginners Tony Wieber, Carol Trowbridge, Carol Dierker, Linda Grussing, Manda Kay McGee, Linda Lein- inger, Sharon Sotzen, Dale Hans- low, Daniel Row. Instructor, Paul- ine Rothwell. Wednesday . 10. 11 P.M. 3rd - 4th Grade Beginners (Girls) Diane Hanner, Barbara Hanner, Charlott Behle, Rhea Loheide, Bar- bara Oltmanns, Marsha Warner, Janet Dierker, Susan Van Hilsen, Sandra Van Hilsen, Sara Beth Oltmanns, Mary Beth Cross, Joyce Riggs, Connie Hanslow. Instructor, Bill Wheeler. Wednesday - 11-12 P.M. 1st - 2rid Grade Beginners (Girls) Janet Villiams, Lavone Cross, Elizabeth West, Mary Harem. In- structor, Bill Wheeler. Thursday . 9-10 P.M. 3rd - 6th Grade Intermediates Laurie Cross, Charmel Loheide, David Sheller, Phyllis Maxheimer, Leland Ford, Pam Scroggin, Su- san McGee, Rindy Bryson, Roger Hanslow, Mark Dannenberger. In- structor, Bill Wheeler. Thursday . 10 - 11 A.M. 3rd . 4th Grade Beginners (Boys) Mark Williams, Frank Hasse- brock, Bobby Cowan, Kirk John- son, Douglas Beaver, Mike Ayers, Steve Anderson, Jerry McCain. In- structor, Betty Taylor. Thursday - 11 - 12 P.M. 1st . 2rid Grade Beginners (Boys) Donald Sheller, Tom Letterle, Steven St. Pierre, Phillip Froeh- lich, Greg Marshall, Chris Nea- ville, Nick Hanner, Gus Curry, Tim Scroggin, Thomas Pruney. Instructor, Betty Taylor. Friday . 9- 10 P.M. 7th thru High School Interm. Delores Leimbach, Geneva Troyer, Mary May, Nancy Olt- manns, Connie Allsopp, Dennis Leever. Instructor Rhoda Mueller.. Friday - 10-11 P.IL Swimmers Larry Shull, Jo Ellen Shull, Eli- nor Troyer, Gary Baumhart Rodger Behn, Cindy Muelle Terry McCain, Carol Schaffenack- er. Instructor, Rhoda Mueller. Friday - 11 - 12 P.M. 1st - 2rid Grade Begimrs John Hamm, Henry Belfanc. In- structor, Rhoda Mueller. Saturday - 10- 12 P.M. Junior Life Saving Scott Steinfort, Crissy Mueller, Jack Stengel, Eddie Stengel. LOCAL MUSICIANS IN DECATURE RECITAL Students from this area, who are participating in a recital of some 150 musicians, at the Eisen- hower high' school auditorium, at Decatur, Sunday, June 18, at 2 p. m., are: Pam Erlenbush, Nancy Febus, Linda Allspach, Steve Bertsche, Rita Boyd, of Mount Pulaski; Linda Bobell of Broadwell; Ros- anne Bahn, Carol Rodman, of Chestnut. They are students of Mrs. Dale Boyd, who teaches accordian. At intermission time the Sil- Tennial Belle Kitchen Band of Mount Pulaski will play sever- al numbers. CARD OF THANKS " We"are indeed grateful for the words of sympathy, flowers, and other remembrances at the time of the death of our loved one, Mrs. Cora Tracy. The Family. THANK YOU I want to thank friends and rel- atives for the cards, flowers and visits while I was a patient in the Decatur-Macon county hos- pital. Lois White. ROGER KRETZINGER TO MARRY JULY 8 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohlfs, Sr., of 215 S. Maple St., Lincoln, Ill., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene Kay, to Roger Eugene Kretzinger of The wedding will take on Saturday, July 8th. Miss Rohlfs is a Lincoln high school and is ployed in the Boas Drug Lincoln. Mr. Kretzinger v'a the Cutler - Hammer plant, E. Kretzinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. coin. GARDEN CLUB TO MEET FRIDAY, JUNE 23rd There will be a meeting of the Garden Club, Friday, June 23, at 2 p.m. in the Muldoon Building. Plans will be made for the coming Sil-Tennial Flower Show on Friday, July 28. A workshop will be held at this meeting in preparation for the flower show, and members are asked to bring containers, needlepoint holders and plant material. Arrangement demonstrations will be given. ICE CREAM SOCIAL AND BAZAAR JUNE 17th An ice cream social and bazaar will be held Saturday, June 17 at the Lake Fork Christian Chur. oh. Pie, cake, tee cream, sandwich- es, coffee and tea. Everyone is invited. 'Servingi starts at 5 pan. (6-15) Another mouth Cause for congratulation: /our deci- sion to SAVE regularly. Double cause for congratulation: your ability to hold steadfast to your program of :systematic saving until you achieve your goal. Darrell HanslOtv, Susa.__._nn Ayers_._.__ L to heed__ BAR6AIN ABC's FOR -HUNTIN6 6R0WNUPS THE FARMERS BANK OF Mr. PULASF,.L ILL. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Carp,--- --- FULL-IZE DODG DART A is for Alternator. Charges battery even at idle. B is for Bargain. The great deal you get with Dodge in June. C is for Comfort. Chair-high seats. O is for'Dependable, the way Dodge Dealers are. E is for Economy. Gas.saving engines. F is for Fun. You'll have plenty in a Dodge. 6 is for Gala savings you get now! H is for HandF!ng. Easy. True. I is for Interiors. Plush. Roomy. J is for June. Best lime to get a great deal. K is for Kick you can feel. L is for Luxury. M is for Many models. N is for Now. Never a better time to deal on Dodge. 0 is for Opportunity. Yours! P is for Parking. Dodge does it easily. Q protect you in case of blowouts. T is for Torsion-Aire ride. Smooth. U is for Unitized body. Sturdy. V is for Value. High trade. Low price. W is for Welme. The way you feel  OR at your Dodge Dealer's. X marks the spot. Your Dodge Dealer's. Y is for II[A61ENIU.IRlil Yours-a Dodge at June bargain prices. Z is for Zip. To your Dodge dealer, s. Now, DOD6E for R i ,or rust-p'roofed bodies. S is for Safety-rim wheels that DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. COOK & LAFAYETTE / MTo PKL