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AT PARTY Roos and Cathy Ruwe Wednesday, June 2nd the Beason High School. to go to Lincoln College in majoring in Home plans to enter Eastern to.n, majoring in Spe- parents planned a honor after gradu- at the Charles Roos home. of ice cream and cake rved. were Mrs. Otto and Mrs. John Hasse- Mr. and Mrs. John Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. and Jay; Mr. and 'non Cooper and Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Jeff; Mr. and Mrs. and Kenda; Mr. Everett Stoll, Julian. Kevin, Melvin Susan Taylor; Mark Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and Aldon; Steve Cowan; Mr. and Ruwe; Mr. and Mrs. and Paul: and Roos. OF APPRECIATION I express my sincere to all who remembered Cards and gifts while I patient at the n Memorial Hos- and since returning home. thank you to Dr. Rev. Dea the nurses on the Oor at the hospital for WOnderful care and con- Mrs. Annie Buckles. d MR. AND MRS. WAYNE DOWNING were married May 30, 197 l, at the St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Steeleville, I11. The bride is the former Miss Vivian Liefer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wtlbert Rodewald of Steeleville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Downing of Mr. Pulaski. -Maybell-Richell Photo TIME: IEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971-3 WALTER LEAGtTE TO GATHER BOTTLES As a summer project, the Wahher Leaguers of Zion Luth- eran Church are participating in the "Great Bottle Round-Up". This is a nationwide project to conserve natural resources and help alleviate growing litter and waste disposal problems. The glass will be taken to a bottle factory and be re-used in glass and other products. All glass bottles are accept- able but must be reasonably clean. They may be delivered to the Dan Roth home, 312 S. Vine, or catJ 792-3328 if you have a large quantity of glass that you would like to have picked up. Please help these youth in their effort to improve our en- vironment. BARBECI HELD AT TOM OHLER HOME A barbecue was held Sunday, June 13, at the home of"- -rid Mrs. Tom Ohler. The occasion was a brief repast from various legislative duties for members of the staff of the Illinois House of Representatives. Guests included House Minor- ity Leader Clyde L. Choate (D. Anna), Representative Ted Lech- owicz (D. Chicago), Mr. and Mrs. Bob Outis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jepsen, David Epstein, Horace Martin, Barbara Mason, Kay Marin, Curt Jensen, Pat Hall, Alan Marshall, and Jane Staley. KITCHEN BAND The Kitchen Band will leave the Bowl Sun., June 20th at 4 p.m. to play for the Home- coming at Sherman, Ill. TH OPEN HOUS AT POUR HOUSE CRAMICSSHOP SAT. JUNE 19 - 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. at home of Joan Pharis, 307 E. Chestnut St. Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Come and see some of our past year's work. Many student items on display. If you've never seen ceramics, you have a treat in store. If you are taking ceramics, you may get some new ideas. Stop and  our large selection of greenware, paint and supplies. You may pre-register for new classes beginning Sept. 6. BE CAREFUL! Ceramics are catching! JOAN PHARIS AND PAT BUTKOVICH, Owners i| Int, Pulaski Theatre COMFORTABLY COOLED I:III..SAT.-SUN. AT 7:30 P.M. Sundays, they hardly  . ever kill anybody! flerc e.oMo tl00, \\; CiLUMBIA PICTURES Presents An IRVING ALLEN Ptodt,"tJon DIIBIPHRAD08 1111 XI. k k mY LlWl TECHNICOLOR" , NEXT WEEK ! 11 The Incredible 9 Headed Transplant AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AT NO EXTRA COST! DEALS LIKE THESE ARE DODGE SWEPTLINE AUTOMATIC DODGE BOY8 KEEPING THIS TOWN..4,\\; Buythis s ne pick- up, and we'll give you the automatic transmission at no extra charge. So hurry in for the .special savings. MONEY-SAVING PACKAGE INCLUDES: LoadFlite 3-speed automatic transmission (no charge) Power brakes Bright front and rear bumpers Body side, sill, and wheel lip mouldings Whitewall tires Dual bright fin- ish outside mirrors AM Radio Tinted glass Full-foam seat Cigar lighter. Dual horns Undercoating. Dodge o== i!i