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TOP, BECK BESIDD;T SUNDAY C. Torbeck, 77, of Ill., formerly of died at 3:15 August , ,ette Coun- in Vandalia. orbeck was born Township and of the Holy Church in married Leona October 5, Augsburg. his wife; sons, Aurora; Virgil, Lloyd, Mor- ; daughters, Mrs. Decatur; Mrs. Koehler, Mount ssters, Mrs. Au- St. Peter; Vandalia. grandchildren and al- were at 1:00 August at the Holy Cross Church in Van- was in Mt. Berry- Home was services. NEWS to Mrs. for omitting the list of Extension in last wdek's col- Was installed by Seefeldt as of the Latham on the Sr.'s were O. G. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. and Terry, War- Mrs. J. W. Uad Darlene of and Eldo Howe, gives a great You to all who made visits and the Dr's. and the staff at De- hospital. m is m Decatur Me- THANKS sincere appre- we wish to for their expressions of extended to us of the death of One, Lena Veail. The Family. M.P.T.H.S. ALUMNI NEWS The Class of 1939 is the only class in the history of MPTHS to have not one single member represented in the Alumni Association. We gratefully received the membership of Byron Downing, Chestnut, Ill. and Clara Kusterer Schafer, Lakeland, Florida this week, representing the Class of 1917. Total mem- bership now stands 335 members strong! We welcome another three generation family of MPTHS Alumni: Mr. and Mrs. Byron Downing (Ade- lia Stoll), Harriet VonThun Winkelmann, and Louis K. Winkelmann. q The Class of 1951 is still Number l with 16 mem- bers. The Class of 1969 is 2nd with 12, overtaking the Class of 1965 with I l members. 1939 and 1940 are close behind with 10 members. We have a few classes now that are only repre- sented by one member: 1910, 1914, 15, 17, 19, 27, 29, and 35. Can you help change these statis- tics? Membership can be ob- tained by mailing: $1.00 lifetime membership dues, your complete name and address, and year graduated to MPTHS Alumni Associa- tion, % Secretary, Rebecca Drake, Rural Box 98, Chestnut, Illinois 62518. The next public meeting of the Association will be held Tuesday, September 7th at 7:30 p.m. at the High School You are en- couraged to attend these meetings. Plans are now in process for the next annual Christmas Dance to be held Saturday, December 18th. Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome. CARD OF THANKS It is with deep apprecia- tion that we wish to thank our friends and relatives for their words of sym- pathy, floral offerings, and all other kindnesses extend- ed to us at the time of th( death of our loved one Elmer Meister, Sr. The Family. WASHINGTON -- Die- sel trucks manufactured in the U.S. totaled 114.870 units in F969, more than four times the number pro- duced in 1961. b buildino, on IS colorful acre-,. trained attimal circus, elephants, and horses. a calliope and brand organ concerts. world-- s lrqest collection ot over 65 magnificent displayed in one huge building. the 8 Horse Team of Percherons. loading and unloading real circus train. animated miniature circus. I laieaic area--with'benches. ! 'I'u Sept. 12--7 days a week OR SHINE- plan to spend the day 7 miles from the North Freedom KEVIN LITTLE, 4 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Little of Maroa. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letterly, Latham; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Little, Maroa; Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Orval Taylor, Latham; Great- great grandmother is Mrs. Lelia Canoles of DePaw, Indiana. REGULAR MEETING OF AUXILIARY # 755 HELD RECENTLY The regular meeting of Auxiliary No. 755, with President Melba Henry pre- siding, received the report from the Department Con- vention held recently in Chicago. Membership of the Auxiliaries in the state reached 35,593 - an all time high. The Cancer Research and Aid program exceeded previous records and the Auxiliaries will continue to sponsor a fellowship at the Wisconsin School of Medi- cine in Madison in memory of Dr. Henry Sjowski whose cancer research work at Holy Cross hospital was an Auxiliary project for several years. One young doctor has been graduated under the fellowship and now another is working-to cancel the dread disease. A citation Certificate from the National Presi- dent, May Cottone, was presented to the Voice of The matchless brilliance of Bohemia lead crystal by proqress LIOHTINO An old world treasure im- ported by Progress Lighting. Genuine Bohemian crystal-- the world's finest--hand-cut and polished by the same artisans who decorate Eu- rope's royal palaces. See hundreds of Progress ideas in our showrOOm, Our lighting experts will show you a collection of Progress Lighting to suit your special style at,d brighten your e indoors and out. Come in soon. 792-3260 Democracy chairman, Pau- line Dennison, who also re- ceived a flag pin from the Department chairman for Americanism. State Officers elected and installed for '71-'72 term of office were; Pres., Etheljane Tebo of Midle- thian; Senior vice-pres., Frances Roche of Chicago; Junior vice-pres., Marian Pollman of Belleville; See.- Treas., Lillian Bucznski of Chicago; Chaplain, Margar- et Valentine, Rockford; Conductress Catherine Tetzloff of Bensonville; Guard, Mildred Left of Berwyn and lOth District President, Marilyn Homey of Lincoln. Some appointments in our area were: National Home, Doris Lagenbahn of Lincoln, hospital chair- men: Lincoln State School, Lois Allen and Marilyn Homey of Lincoln; Jack- sonville, Adeline Warmeth and Marge Hull and Quincy Soldiers and Sailors, Althea Hudson and Leola Neece. Following installation, President Tebo introduced her family and received gifts from Auxiliary and post members. In her ac- ceptance and installation talks she asked all chair- men to go back to the Auxiliaries and work for gain for Etheljane. She ask- ed that special emphasis be placed on Youth Acti- vities and Junior Units as they will be the ones doing our work in the near fu- ture. The Department voted to support past department president, Glenn Grossman for National Guard at the Dallas Convention. Past Department President, Nor- ma Hayne was elected Na- TIMES-NEWS (bit. Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1971-7 tional Councilwoman. The retiring Department Presi- dent, Jeanne Dunnigan has been appointed National Home Chairman for the Big Ten area. President Henry has set Wednesday, August 18th at 7:30 p.m. for all ctudr- men of the Auxiliary and Past Presidents to meet at the Post Home, 2211 Old Jacksonville Road, to out- line and formulate working programs for this year's projects. Area Notes: l Oth Dis- trict Junior Vice-presdent, Jacqueline Creager, repre- sented the District at the Council of Administration in Chicago Friday and Sat- urday because of the illness of District President Mari- lyn Homey. MSGT. Garnet L. Denni- son and family are now at home in Aurora, Colorado, Sgt. Dennison, his wife, Claudine and sons, Gerald and Patrick have been sta- tioned in Munich, Ger- many for the past 3 years. Following a few weeks visiting Alexandria, Va. and Washington, D. C. where they have friends and rela- tives in this area, he will now be stationed at Fitz- simmon Hospital. Sgt. Den- nison is the son of Mrs. Pauline Dennison of Spring- field and the brother of Mrs. Dave Creager of Mt. Pulaski. cAmmMa RAVI The Cardinals finisht:d the Little League season with ten wins and no losses. Dave Welch and Scott Moore were the pitchers. The batting averages were: Hits At Bat Scott More 21 for 32 .656 David Weh:h 28 for 43 .651 Mike Toohey 15 for 35 .428 Mike Cyrulik 10 for 25 .400 Tom Moore 12 for 33 .364 Jeff Litterly 10 fo 29 .345 Bill Mason 8 for 27 .296 Roy Chaudoin 6 for 25 .240 Mike Welch 2 for 13 .154 Kelly Ford 1 for 12 .063 If you are tempted to criti. cize the fault, of others, before doing it, ttop and count ten-of your own. i DART SWINGER AUTOMATIC. $191" OFF! There's no other deal Caite like our all.time success, Swinger. Buy the, specially equipped Swinger hardtop--we'll give you the automatic transmission at no extra charge. (Just like having $191 taken off the sticker price!) Hurry--before they're all sold. URRY. 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