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Design Waiting For Children West Hartfordite and Qther University of seniors who in interior design Credited with develop- the furnishings plan for lew "learn and play" waiting area at outpatient clinic at Hospit- Judith Heft Roz- 110 Spring La., of Mr. and B. Heft of ME. and Mr. and Mrs. of Latham, Su- of North Ha- inia Conrey were super- in their work by instructor design at the School of Home at Storrs. Mrs and her husband in Colorado at the Base. Messer, director child life program ital said furnish- playroom is not but the design apPears to be "just We wanted". to Kelley, the Used three major in their design: to be "child-proof" be reasonably and have the flexibil- Work successfully of varied ages. by RP-BECCA DRAXE error on my part in column - it's that is moving Heiden. Sound are not spelled alike. Mrs. Erma Letterle and sons, Brian and Kevin, are recuperating nicely at home following their car accident July 7th at the Corner of Bearsdale and Route 121. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rent- meister, Bill and Susan, have returned home from a two-week vacation in Cali- fornia, visiting with Bill's brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rentmeister, and Stephanie, and Mr. _and Mrs. Ray Nowick, Mark, David, and Beth, all of Torrence, California. En- route, they visited the Grand Canyon, the Petri- fied Forest, the Painted Desert, Las Vegas to see Englebert Humperdinck, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bahn, Crystal and Tina, announce the birth of a baby guinea pig, named "Dale". Now they have "Chip and Dale". Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerdes have returned from visiting with her sister, Dr. and Mrs. Donald Plackner, Brent and Andrea, in Ben- sen, Minnesota. Mrs Plack- ner is the former Ruth Stogdell. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathdny, Vick- ie, Tammy, and Steven, re- cently have been Mr. and Mrs. William Matheny and son, Pat, from Morris, I11. and Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Ma- theny and daughter, Wanda, from Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maus and Randall hosted a bar- b-que Monday evening in honor of her grandmother, Mrs. Irma DeMarteleare and family friend, Mrs. Lydie Hovart, both of Ghent, Belgium. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maus, Jody and Greg, and Pam Erlenbush, Mrs. Bertha CRAZY DAY WINNERS of last Friday's contest at the Tomlinson Recreation Center are Bobbie Schris- huhn, Penny Naylor, Roseann Dodge, Wes Gillum and Tracy Naylor. Maus, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Maus, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Remmert, Lin- da and Darrell Shehorn, ME. Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Remmert, Lin- coln, and Delbet Rem- merE. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maus and sons, Greg and Jody, have returned from a l O- day vacation in Roswell, New Mexico visiting her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Peck, Debbie and Reggie. The men went fishing in the mountains and caught their limit of trout, the boys went ex- ploring for rocks in an old Gold mining town. The girls just talked and shopped. Enroute home, they visited the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, Okla- homa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morris, Tuscon, Arizona, arrived Friday to spend some time visiting with their relatives in the area. They stopped in Lawton, Oklahoma to visit their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swallow. They will be visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morris, and Debbie in Chestnut, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morris in Beason, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vanovers, Beason, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Morris in Toluca, II1. Hap- py Birthday greetings to Mrs. Howard Morris on Monday, July 26th. Vacation time and Fair time are now at their peak - give me a call with your travel and fair news. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dittus and daughters, Mila and Dorothy, have return- ed from a 10-day vacation, touring the Western States. They visited in Pittsburgh, Kansas with Rev. and Mrs. John Miller, a former stu- dent pastor here, who is now serving as student counselor at the Lutheran College there. They also toured the Lutheran Col- lege at Winfield, Kansas. TIMES-NEWS (ME. Pulasld, Ill.) THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1971--5 They stopped in Denver, Colorado. At Cheyene, Wy- oming, they visited with Miss Lillian Johnson. The Dittus' also visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson at PlatE Center, Kansas. At Wayne, Neb., they toured the cam- pus of Wayne College, Jan- ice's Alma Mater. And fi- nally, visited Mrs. Janet Reeg, Janice's twin sister, at Wayne, Nebraska before returning home. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kindred of 1205 Tuscorra Drive, Loveland, Ohio 45140, are parents of a baby girl born July 15, 1971. She was named Debra Diane. They are par- ents also of Douglas and Rodney. Mrs. Kindred is the former Judith L. An- derson. Mrs. Charles H. Ander- son has been with Judy and her family for the last two weeks. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kin- dred of Beason, Illinois, and Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Anderson of ME. Pulaski, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilham, Jr. of 626 N. Bon- foy, Colorado Springs, Colo. 80909, are the par- ents of a daughter, Andrea Gail, born July 11, 1971. Mrs. Mice Petro is the ma- ternal grandmother and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilham Sr. of ME. Pulaski are the paternal grandparents. SAVE 20000 SUMMER SPECIAL IT'S IN THE BAG !!! ICossett's 'Hilltop' Cleaners Phone:. 792g$2 Northwest Cot. Square--MT. PULASKI (,, ]1 --j, j MAGIC PRICES & PERSONAL SERVICE" Qo CRISPY FRESH  RTIFI B00NANAS T A TOES / FREE!00, pO s,oe Jtr /* DOUBLE VALUE \\; 0F ,b.tOe 10 LB / SHOP AT HOME STAldlPS \\;j L,'BI & DUMPLIN  o  s, "h I I " ', FOII, OWING STORES: / 1 ' :r,.._.. ,,,o,, ,,. 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