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4-.TIMES-NEWS (kit. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971 GARY JACKSON IN STATE F F A BAND Gary Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson, R. R. Latham, has been selected for the State FFA Band. The band is made up of FFA members selected from over 150 applicants. They will provide music for the 43rd Annual State of Illinois FFA Convention. The convention is held in the University of Illinois Assembly Hall from June 15th through the 18th. Other Mt. Pulaski FFA mem- bers attending are: Don Wilham and Gary Mileham, official dele- gates representing their chapter, Glenn Sharde, usher corps mem- ber, and Scott Cowan, chapter exhibit representative. Lee West, FFA advisor, will accompany the local members. The State convention is ex- petted to have over 3000 in at- tendance for the various Chapter Awards, Member recognitions and Presentation of State Farmer Degrees. The 80 piece band will present various programs at these convention sessions, high, lighted by the half-hour concert on Thursday afternoon. M. P. T.H.S. Alumni News The Alumni Association is growing every day with a total now of 138 members. The mem- ber living the farthest from ole MPTHS is Mrs. Ann. Hargrave BeaU, now residing at 18 Kiffi- son Street, Kiffisa, Greece. The youngest alumni to belong is Darrell Shehorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shehorn. He is the first 1971 graduate to join. We did gain memberships from two more elassesthis week with Virgil Connolley, Henry, I11., Class of a i , 1915, and Mrs. Ann Hargrave Beall, Class of 1957. Classes STILL unrepresented by a single member are: 1910, 17, 20, 27, 29, 32, 37, 59, 66. The class with the most Alumni Association members is still 1965 with 7 members and Classes of 26, 60, and 70 are second with six members each. We suggest that classes hold- ing their reunions this year, join the Alumni Association en mas- se. We hope your class is the first to have 100% membership. The Alumni Association will have a booth at the ice cream social and the fireworks display July 5th to acquire memberships from those interested attending the festivities. So look for us and join up. LarD&apos; Cyrulik is chairman of the booth. The next bi-monthly meeting of the association will be held July 6th. Please mark this date on your calendar and plan to attend. We would like to see you there. AUSTIN NEWS TTIE ERWOOD June 14- Flag Day. Sympathy to the Auer family of Latham and to the Myrick family in Mt. Pulaski. A large new machine shed has been built at Delbert Southerns. Earl Fenton will be on milk route this week. Ronald Mc- Kenzie has been substituting for several weeks. One of our housewives went to the garden for lettuce one day, to discover someone had been there first. The Wm. Hefts and Steve Ruberg arrived home 6:30 p.m. Saturday from a weeks vacation to Horse Shoe Bend, Arkansas and other' places. (Hot there.) LT/COL ROBERT L. KOGER, JR. was recently promoted to his present rank while serving as "Chief of Standardization" for 306th Bomb Wing, McCoy AFB, Fla. He is an instructor pilot with over 7400 hours of flying time. He attended Latham Com- munity High School and Florida Southern University. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Koger, Sr. of Latham. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trowbridge were in Centralia and on to West Salem. Attended church there June 6, met Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk, then visited them in afternoon. W.S.C.S. met in Latham Thurs- day with Maxine Johnston. Nine present. Helen Rau the lesson. Meet in July with Lenora Rau. Maxine has Home Bureau June 22. Mrs. Everett Lawrence came home Friday from Mercy Hos- pital in Urbana, following sur- gery for the third time, now, since in a car accident months ago. Surprises never cease - was looking over S. to Neil Goretzke's Wednesday p.m. and saw huge piles dirt in front yard. Landlord is building a new house for them, basement is du. S.S. attendance 23. For the potluck dinner 25. Pastor Jim was presented a nice Bible from Harmony folks. Jim Ruberg will be our speaker next Sunday till a new pastor is appointed. An- nual Conf. was held in Bloom- ington last week. We'll sure miss our Pastor Jim Coonrad. The miscellaneous shower Saturday night for Pat Logan and Harold Alsup was attended by 35. Such a nice variety of gifts. Refreshments of coffee, punch, cookies, mints and nuts. Pat's mother was The wedding is Saturday, 19 in Macomb. Two more swarms of but Maroa bee man has can care for. Warm, then be to 93. A few helps some, wind to day afternoon thunders in] 4:20 p.m.,wind and power off at 10 to 4: p.m.] day, 68, cloudy. l@,do . .... :: ;A %: o - ,.. . ,o il  --. .,-.', :.:-:." o  V < 1,4 ,:: :; z-' ." .I..,.""9  .;,,dP _"% .. 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BLUE BELL SKINLESS ( WIENERS  or  PLUMROSE IMPORTED SLICED BACON . oz. , FREEI / DOUBLE SHOP AT ON ALL NEXT ALSO GIVEN BY FOLLOWING DALE'S HOME AND AuTO DOUD'S CLOTHII WASHED RED POTATOES o,- '` CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS WHITE GRAPES lb. 59 NEW LONG WHITE POTATOES lO Ln. 8% FRESH 8 ROW APRICOTS Ib 49 RED ROME APPLES  t.B. nAG 6% 3