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WOmen's Society of Service of the Church Tues., Aug. 3 at the Fellowship leader ord Smith are Mrs. Mrs. Margaret lad Mrs. Clair Carter. San Souci Club met Verneta Wachter, uly 20. 500 was winners were Martin, Mrs. Mrs. Dan and Mrs. William The- next hostess Frank Buehler. of the Mt. Pula- Woman's Club ly their dues by 13 in order for to be in the Zhould be sent to McCue, P.O. Fork, Illinois Society of uinasChurch With Miss Emma Aug. 4th Club will 3rd at the Cen- in 6:30 to 7:00 business meet- Gainers pen- to the meeting "hobby-like" done the past few SUch as, sewing, Painting, collec- and a calorie winners will and a sum- ga;us and losses read. Also anyone fines or old dues COllected at this come and join "County Fair" many colored win. the ;fleted, the aurna- SCOre of 5-3. The will enter- with a in Au- cash winners announced later, Owe anything be- YOur outs, please to the com- ,hs from spices wfre Tues., eve. meeting.. Jewelry awards were gaven out to those who had earned them for the month of June. SEWING CIRCLE TO HAVE LON The Sewing Circle So- ciety of the Zion Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday, August 3rd at 1:45 p.m. for a noon luncheon at the Mason City Restaurant. Pastor and Mrs. Martin Rothe will be the laonored guests as they will be leav- ing soon for their new home in Indiana. Reservations should be made with Miss Norma Schahl, chahman, by Mon- day noon, August 2nd. Farewell Dinner The choir and their fam- ilies of the United Metho- dist Chruch enjoyed a car- ry-in dinner in honor of Mrs. Beth Hammond and children, Mark and Melissa on Monday evening. The Hammond family are leaving Sunday, August 1st for Kalamazoo, Michi- gan, where they will make their future home. TIPPING THE BELLBOY The bellboy had just de- livered Mr. Stope's baggage to the room, and was get- ting ready to leave. He paused expectantly. Mr. Stone reached into his pock- et. "By the way," he asked, "what is the average tip you get in this hotel for bringing up a guest's bag- gage?" "Two dollars and fifty cents," replied the bellboy unhesitatingly. The guest handed over two dollars and fifty cents. "Gee, thanks," shouted the bellboy joyously. "You're the first man who has ever come up to the average!" SAFETY... A FLYING MACHINE Was Only Dream, UNTILTHE WRIGHT BROTHERS MADE IT HAPPEN. / . 7.'-:: " - temper... bank by mail at the of 00hmnm FDJ00 Queen Candidale MARY FAITH, 18, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faith of Mt. Pulaski. She is a 1971 graduate of Mt. Pulaski Township High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, G. A. A., French club, Pep club, Li- brary club, junior and sen- ior class play casts and served as class secretary when a junior and a senior. She was also elected junior homecoming atten- dant and May queen candi- date and voted "Most De- pendable Girl" by senior class members. Mary is presently employ- ed at the Farmers Bank in Mt. Pulaski and her hobbies include; sports - baseball and basketball; cooking; bicycling and movies. D OOVElmCm GUEST AT LOCAL IK)TAHY THURfDAY District Governor, Ira Langston, made his annual club visit to the Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club on Thursday, July 22nd. Dr. Langston is President of Eureka Col- lege at Eureka, Illinois and is now serving his 18th year as president. A highlight of his visit here was when a guest, Rev. Martin Rothe, recall- ed a statement Dr. Langs- ton made in a speech 17 years ago at Eureka College. Dr. Langston gave a most interesting report on the Rotary program for the '71 and '72 years. Two new members were voted into the Mt. Pulaski Club, James V. Dodge and Keith E. Richardson, Editor and Publisher of the Mt. Pulaski Times-News. A delicious Barbeque sandwich lunch was pre- pared and served by the Past President, Bob Stein- fort. Next meeting will be at 12:15 p.m. at the Metho- dist Church on July 29th. o o o o o o TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1971-3 Family Reunions The Mileham reunion will be held Sunday, August I st at l p.m. at Memorial Park in Lincoln, Ill. Friends and relatives are invited. The Payne Reunion will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center in Mr. Pulaski on August 1st with a 12:30 potluck dinner. Drink will be furnished. The 35th Wilham-Beck reunion will be held Sun- day August 1, 1971 at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- your reunion to hold your reservation for the coming year. It not made within one week, other parties may make reservations for that date if so desired. Aug. 1 - Payne Reunion Pavilion 1. Wilham-Beck Reunion, Pavilion 2.. Aug. 8 - Foster Families, Pavilion 2. Aug. 15 - Erlenbush Re- union, Pavilion 1. Aug. 22 - Danner Re- union, Pavilion 2. Aug. 29 - Dittus, Pavi- lion 1. ter. There is to be a basket &Y---YY-----wY------Y3ff-- dinner at noon. 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