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--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, AUG. 12,1971 HOLMES REUNION I,L ATTENDED The 47th annual reunion of the William and Mary Turner Holmes family was held August 1, 1971, at tile Tomlinson R6creation Center in ME. Pulaski. There were 96 members and guests present. The officers for 1972 are: Robert L. Holmes, Mt. Pulaski, president; Mrs. Norma Shull, Chestnut, vice - president; and Mrs. Elsie Leimbach, Maroa, sec- retary-treasurer. Members of the committee are Charles "Chick" Holmes, chairman, Mrs. Lu Holmes and Lionel Marshall, all of Mt. Pulaski. Members and guests who attended are as follows: Colfax, Wash.: Victor Holmes; Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marshall; Gales- burg: Mrs. William Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore and Rich; Buffalo: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomp- son, Nell and Beverly; Clinton: Mr. and Mrs. William Leimbach, Billy and David; Knoxville: Mrs. Jessie Godfrey; Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pal- mer, Jody, Vicky and Eric; Mt. Pulaski: Miss Cora Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilham, Timothy and Diana, John Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Lion-el Mar- shall and Lionel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Max- heimer, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Holmes, Ricky, Jeff and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffenacker and Barbi, Mrs. Fred Holmes, Darrell Bree, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes, John and Darren, Val, Dave and Eth- ii, i an Atwood, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sams, Jennifer and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes, Lee and Hyla, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Holmes, Steven and Scott; Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boboll; East Peoria: Mrs. Josephine Lee; Can- ton: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bobell and Rob; Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holmes, Mrs. Norma Shull, Chris, Jan, Dennis, Kathy and Colin; Hopedale: Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Maxheimer and son; Gorham: Mrs. Laura Stone, Lynn, David and Kerin; Pekin: David DaRns, Terri, Frances, Nadine and David; Elkhart: Mrs. Dorothy Dains, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dains; Maroa: Mr. and Mrs. Delward Leimbach; Beason: Susan Irwin. MISS CONNIE LETTERLE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ubbenga of rural Hartsburg, will graduate from Practical Nurses train- ing on August 22, 1971 at 3:00 p.m. at Southeast High School in Springfield, IU.  ITIAIN ham were here, they at- llJI'l'I'v'l tended the Wilham-Beck Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin had as guests, last Mon. and Tues. from Mountain View, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Croftin Wilham. Monday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phillips of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter of Riverton, Mr. and Mrs. John Connolley of Chestnut, and George Wilham of Mt. Pulaski. Tuesday guests were Vernie Davenport, Harold Osborn and Shirley Turner of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Davy Creager and daugh- ters, and Mrs. Dave Con- nolley and daughter, Ka- thryn of Mt. Pulaski. All came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilham while at the Bastin home. Mr. Wilham is a brother of Mrs. Bastin and Mrs. Wilham is a sister of Mr. Bastin. While Mr. and Mr WiN- i._ NO. 2 .... 3 Tm Wilderness OHERRY PIE FILLING (No Coupon Needed) ii 4ac100 DRFM WHIP reunion held Sunday, Aug. 1st at the Tomlinson Rec- reation Center. They left for home Wed. morning, being taken by Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Wilham and Mrs. ARleen Cyrulik. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my most sincere thanks and appreciation to the many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted me dur- ing the illness and passing away of my husband. I am indeed grateful and will always remember the thoughtfulness shown. Mrs. Jesse S. Malone Members of the Malone Family. AUSTIN NEWS- Hattie Kerwood Aug. 9. Sympathy to the Elmer Meister fmily of Mt. Pulaski and the BarRels family. Ronald McKinzie is on milk route while Earl Fen- ton is on vacation. The Jr.:and Jack Johns. toys spent from Friday till Sunday with the Robert Johnstons in Florissant, Mo. Mrs. William Heft was in Lincoln Wednesday to see Mrs. Ethel Beidler in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark have returned from a trip to Ohio, called on theLyle Flach family. Lot of traffic on our street Sunday - cars, trucks, campers and motorcycles. Only 18 for S.S., 19 for church. Guests were Carol Trowbridge and Kenneth Brown with the Glenn Raus. Vacations and Sun- day visiting sure cuts at- tendance. Busy Bee Club met Thurs- day afternoon with Mrs. Ruth Hill in their new nome m Maroa. Eleven present. Mrs. Rohrscheib (tho not a member) will be hostess in September. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau and the Marion Alsups spent Sunday at Macomb with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alsup. His birthday was Aug. 9. A surprise farewell tea for Miss Mildred Crawford, Home Advisor, was held at 1:30 Monday in Agric. Center, W. Pershing Road, Decatur. Mrs. Flora Seefeldt and great - granddaughter and Mrs. Eld Culp of Latham called on H.A.K. Friday to see the "Park". Seemed to enjoy the wilderness or Jungle. Magic lilies are in bloom. A week of ideal weather, cool, cloudy, no rain. In 50 and 60's, Monday 72, looks rainy, foggy or blue haze. Sun out at 9. Did sprinkle. Cats and more cats! Midy, the black cat at the Wm. Hefts, has a second family under the porch, could never see how many. She brought them out Sat- urday through basement. Only 2 /-u-st time. Now four of the cutest, fattest, all black kittens. Kenneth Brown of Chat- ham spent Sunday with the Glenn Raus while his parents went to see grand- mother who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis of Tempel Hill, Md., were home for 10 days. Left Monday and her mother, Mrs. Eugene Rau, went with them for a visit. JULY  IaSTID Lynn D. Gilchrist, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Logan Coun- ty, Illinois, released the follow- Gag f,,ures for the July, 1971. Fines the Magistrate D/visieal follows: County of Logsn, 1 City of Lincoln City of Atlanta, of Mr. Pulaski, Department of $90.00. Total frees $ 8532.34. The fine payable nois Department Lion is for violation Illinois Game Code. Navy Seaman Singleton, son Mrs. Jefferson of 707 W. and husband of tl Miss Cynthia of 209 Lincoln, Ill., has to his home Diego aboard aircraft carrier Hawk after an deployment to th Pacific. During the ship visited the Islands, Hong Sasebo, NOTIOE!!I Eileen's Beauty Shop Will Be Closed Monday, August ll th. Through Wednesday, September 1st AdMOUR STAR- FREE! "Amz Hams00.o. 43 SHOP AT HOME STAMi ON ALL lZDIKa4ASl3 MONDAY HAM SLICES Lb. U, NEXT NLSO GI BY TI AST . v nora  Ao, REAL WHIP "'" D E S S E R T .0v ARM STEAK U, f TOPPIN6 " LEAN j'l, BEEF ,o,. TOPPING h"m';;" ,/. s M. SHORT II/IISS . ..-- .._... ,OlnOsr--wma' ,o co.po. ,..a.a, ='v"-.',',-=tut -- ( d; ;AT 3,5. TiN S,9 ] BREAD ,," uui.reouelnlg Sknless Wieners "- 2, Ilelnke, ( /A |1 V ) lb"' "JlIIIZ"IIIIILIIJI"U' ) iNSTAN -- 89 lii; ,,. s, 0, t- t.-- '*. ......,.... o o s  ,dia- TOMATOES, Io P" 3 z* Hi-(] GREEN BEANS 4 , r, COFFEE ''1 . FRUIT DRINK ,,,.a..,, . SWEET POTATOES lb SWEET PEAS 3 n 59 .  p .. .. 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