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M.P.T.H.S. NOTES* Annaa  -- and M The Order of Eastern a I11" inh00"L00 M00rHS A,umni Star wi. meet Monday, August 9 at 8 p.m. Mr. " - '(tion now boasts a and Mrs. Fran Myrick will v t' aaUp oVf"32f-aem" be in charge of the, social esetteWXteh  eXcepti [11917 is-bdiong- and 1937. "rae--n hour and the Davis are in charge of refreshments. - .as the membership Members of the M t. Pula- .... o"..n, Class of !929 to ski Junior Woman s Club 1-''" J .,,nm ;," ..... .v. .- - --.- who have not yet paid noos qg'm narrowing it down r,.o,,-,MB:t, ,,.2:..:_-_,-S. their dues for the coming who o remaining classes, year, should mail their ddon'swill be next? check to Mrs. Cheryl Mc- J._ w.e welcome the entire Cue, Box 22, Lake Fork, "u'--a--a-ndIMrs'Kel'x c Illinois 62541. Deadline .... uaa,uerson to the Alumnli ,,MuclIa r:n tlreA s for payment of dues is Z'3-h'"AiU, ndt, Monday, August 16. beth aret K Waddell Ander- HILLTOP CLUB MEETS Jr. RaY -Katheryn Anderson moved. , Judith Anderson ffter reSa d, Barbara Ander- Mic00/,; R0ntmeister, Kent An- ;. She o 10n, and Stephen An- ,me wi . w. Class of 1951 is class with 16 now Shirley Marshall was inadvertantly last week. can be ob- mailing $1.00 Alumni Associa- Box 98, Chest- Iiinois 62518. Please your complete address, and year ire family to are: Mr. and Mrs. (Virginia Fost- Mr. and Mrs. David fJoyce Milk.r) and the new postage Went into effect it is for you to sub- a copy of this for the absent of the family than to mail your cop)' to . and you save a lot )ther besides. The Hilltops Club will hold their regular meeting Tues., Aug. ! 0 at the Tom- linson Recreation Center with weigh in 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. The "County Fair" is under way, with one blue ribbon and five red ones. Also there was one consolation prize at the Aug. 3rd meeting. Baseball outs were paid by those owing af this meeting. Still have a few who do owe. so please get your money in so the awards can be given. Two members received jewelry charms for the month of July. A summary of gains and losses weekly and monthly was read by the weight recorder. Also all old dues and fines were read. An exhibit of "hobby- like" articles were shown by last weeks gainers. Gainers penalty, do a series of exercises, starting with 5 minutes the first day. and increasing it one minute each day. also that calorie sheet. The picnic will bc held Aug. 17 so keep thi s date in mind. More on this later. KILIMAN WEDDING (Continued from page t) With green and yello flowers and a corsage of gladioli. Both irandmothers of the bride present. Mrs. Harry Hyde from Sebring, Ohio. John Khile from Des Moines. efore settling in Springfield. the newlyweds a week's honeymoon in St. Louis. bride is a graduate of Arlington High School has her student teaching to do before receiv- degree. The groom attended Beason High Lincoln Jr. College and he has his thesis r his master's degree yet to write. They both at- Southern Illinois University. .couple are living in Springfield. Illinois where Is working with the Sangamon County Plan- the wedding a champagne reception for was held at the Ramada Inn in Lincoln, 111., later the groot's mother hosted a buffet supper MRS. MARY SHEW of Lincoln. and Gene Stone of Mt. Pulaski were married July 10,. 1971 in the Lincoln'Christian Church with Rev. Keith Davenport officiating. They will reside on R. R. 3. Lincoln. 111. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, AUG. 5,1971-3 M,rlen Sle'll , .A.XJ'sT'rl'ff" Honored at Sboww X,,TamWS..... A miscellaneous shower was held on Saturday, July 31st at 7:30 p.m. in the 7ion Lutheran Church Basement at Chestnut, Illi- nois in honor of Marian Mae Stoll who will become the bride of Steve Mueller, of Elmhurst on Sat., Sept. 4 at 7:30 p.m. She received many lovely and useful gifts. A piano solo was present- ed by Joan Roos and. a duet by Cathy Ruwe and Joyce Roos who were ac- companied on the guitar was also given. Aldon Ruwe gave a reading. All are cousins of the bride- to-be. Refreshments of Angel Food Cake, topped with blueberries and whipped cream, nuts, mints and lemonade were served by the matron of honor, Mrs. Dqnna Wachter, Karen and Marilyn Stoll, sisters of Marian. Hostesses were Aunts of the bride-to-be, Mrs. Harold Stoll, Mrs. Raymond La- kin, Mrs. Olga Irwin, Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and Mrs. Charles Roos. t Copeland Christian Church Revival Aug. 22 thru Aug. 27. Hattie Kerwood Aug. 2. Mrs. Coy - Clara - Galloway of Decatur is in hospital, underwent surgery Wednesday. The Alsup family re- union was held Sunday, Carol Alsup of O'Fallon was home for weekend. Sixty or more attended reunion in Fairview Park. Carol has been working in Springfield. W.S.C.S. meets Thurs- day at 2 p.m. with Helen Rau. Ruby Rau is the lad- er. The Rau family reunion will be held Sunday Aug. 15 at the Firehouse in Latham. Arthur Galloway visited son, Arnold and family, in Olney Sunday. They have moved to a different ad- dress. Mrs. Wm. Heft and son, Bill, were in Vandalia Wed- nesday' where he will at- tend Jr. High School. Ron Atchison, who has taught near there, was to leave last week for Turkey, where he will teach. S. S. attendance 22. For church, 23. A guest was Bobby Johnston of Floris- sant, Mo. Next Sunday, "Our Jim" will be guest (Continued on page 8) \\; PREVENTION OF POLIO Igas Only Dream. UNTIL JONAS SALK MADE IT HAPPEN. I registry fills a whole deposit box at the /Bank of (Ohe00tnut Y For many generations, polio, the great crippling disease, visited American com- munities each summer and left stricken children behind. Parents, struggling to re- construct young lives, dreamed of a time when this dread disease could be stopped. Then medical researcher Dr. Jonas Salk made the dream happen. In 1954, massive immunization, began with the antipolio vaccine he developed. Sangamon at Broadvy lincoln, Illinois 62656 Ph: 735-2326 \\; A savings account at Lincoln Savings can make dreams happen; a better home, a better life, something special that's a little out of reach. Starting a savings account at Lincoln Savings is the first step toward making your dream happen. Regular sav- ings deposits make it come true. f