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i' 4-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, JULY 15,1971 by REBECCA DRAKE The July meeting of the Chestnut-Beason American Le- gion Auxiliary met Tuesday, July 6th at the home of Mrs. Earl Holmes. A report was given by Mrs. Richard Baker on the 17th District Convention, held at Normal, 111. Attending from the Chestnut-Beason Unit were Mrs. Earl Holmes, Mrs. Dallas Knoy, Mrs. Richard Baker, Mrs. Everett Homey and Mrs.Duane Shanle. A letter was read from the Department Headquarters stat- ing that the unit's candidate t'or the $500 Nursing Scholarship be awarded to Miss Sherie Byrne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Byrne. Miss Byme attends the Methodist School. of Nursing, Peoria, Ill. Mrs. Richard Baker assisted by Miss Rhonda Knoy, installed the following new officers: President: Mrs. Earl Holmes; I st Vice-Pres.: Mrs. Dallas Knoy; 2nd Vice-Pres.: Mrs. Norton Shull; Treasurer: Mrs. Everett Horney; Secretary: Mrs. Duane Shanle; Chaplain; Mrs. Wayne Rodman; Historian: Mrs. Clif- ford Leimbach; and Sgt. at Arms: Mrs. Harold King. The August meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clif- ford Leimbach. I received a nice letter this week from Dr. and Mrs. V. J. Soukup. They send greetings to all in Chestnut and tffeir new address: Dr. and Mrs. V. J. Soukup, 1100 North College Ave., Veteran's Administration Hospital, FayetteviUe, Arkan- ms 72701. Dr. Soukup's mother is residing near them at Ham- mond Nursing Home, 1127 Lowell Road, Springdale, Ark- ansas 72764. I'm sure they will enjoy hearing from you. This area f'mally received a good rain over the weekend. Sharp lightning knocked out I electricity for residents on the west side of town last Thurs- day night. Power was off again Friday night for 45 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schaef- er, Branda and Chris, Baton Rouge, Louisana, returned home Saturday after an'extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Op- perman. Robbie Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Smith and daughter, Lisa, visited this weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis, having returned from vacation- ing in Miami, Florida. The Smith's then returned home to Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schroth, Springfield, left Saturday from O'Hare Field for a vacation in Bermuda. From there, they will visit her parents in Houston, Texas before leaving for Tokyo, Japan where Larry and his wife will teach for two years in the American School. He will be head guidance counsellor and she teaches English. The Chestnut U.M.Y.F. will be leaving for the Red Bird Mission in Beverly, Kentucky on Wed., July 21st. The youth group of the Methodist Church _ha s been conducting a clothing drive the past few weeks and will deliver the boxes to the mission. The group, under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes, will stop en- route to visit in Marshall, 111. with Rev. and Mrs. Robert Beasley, the former minister here. The Mission, under the spon- sorship of the United Methodist Church has nine community centers which will distribute the articles. The youth here would like to thank all who donated clothing, toys, money, etc. to help these people. Richard VanRheedan, Troop 125, returned home Friday even- ing from his 2nd week at Boy Scout Camp at Camp Heifer- man. Attending Campfire cere- monies were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis MRS. CURTIS ALLEN MAUS - Miss Janet Kaesebier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kaesebier, Mt. Pulaski, and Curtis Allen Maus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maus, Chestnut, were united in marriage June 22, 1971 in the St. John's Lutheran Church. Rev. Ray O. Zumstein performed the double ring ceremony. - Dorothy Bender Photo VanRheedan and Mark, Mrs. Flossie Voile, Eddie Volle, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowe Mi- chael, MicheUe, and Craig. Members of Boy Scout Troop 125 are selling tickets for SALE. SALE- SALE l GIRLS & LADIES JAMAICAS & TOPS 20 % REDUCTION MrEN & BOYS WALKIN SHORTS 14N & ItOY SORT SLEEVF.,D SHIRTS 20 % REDUCTION DOUD CLOTHING STORE their Ice Cream Social to be ltlLi ]ettlti held July 31st at the Fire. House. Serving will begin at To Be Held 6:00. Raffle tickets for several major prizes and several mer- chant prizes are also on sale. Watch for a complete listing of prizes at a later date. The Chest- nut Community Club will be sponsoring a Cake Walk at the same event. Proceeds will go toward the "Piano Fund." Descendants of Henry Fuiten will annual reunion in pavillion at catur, Sunday, Ju potluck dinner at 12:30 p.m. ! A Need a home improvement loa  00ank of FDI00 ' GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE c0000Ni, .,s. 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