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Chatter Rebecca Drake bells will be Septem- Miss Marion of Mr. and Stoll and Mr Mrs. Ed Stoll moved !ast residence F. Leimt-?.:. i Beason. Drake and attcnjcd thc r. hon- Laura Drake. Mr. and Mrs Beason. Fri- 27th at 7:30 Beason Metho- Miss Drake lovely, and She will be of Marc Enger, 5th. James Bueh- Kathy were in St. to do some visit Six Flags Mcra- and tour the Brewery. visited this his sister and and Mrs. John and Andrea. He 'ed this the Illinois and will to Northern as a Junior Onth. thy to the Letter- m this area on of their Mrs. Louis Van- received their at summer at Eastern y this received his On and Carol re- in Education Voile re- :s Week from a vacation in North Caro- With the Leslie transaction of business. Directors whose term will expire and who are up for re-election are: Harold Opperman Edwin Rent- schler. Marshall Morthland. William B. Jones, Robert Myers, Walter Jaggi and Vvilbur Schroth. Tile Chest- nut Volunteer Fire Depart- ment will again be serving the dinner. RL.,USH FAMFt, Y REUNION HELD The 16th an::lal EiJcn- bush reunion was held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center with 61 member_- and six visitors present. Th3s past year..riere 'were three marriagca and tvo births. Those attendn,.g were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shanle and children. Julie and Di- ane, Kirksville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Erlenbush and chddren. Mark and Natalie, Sullivan, Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dill, Sher- man. II1.: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dill and children, Becky and Bruce. Modesto, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Park- son. Springfield, I11.: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Griffith, Mrs. Jane Fox, Kenney, I11.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder and son, Daven, Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Erlenbush and son, Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mason, all of Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. David Er- lenbush and children, Mar)', Dennis, Karen. Brenda and Dale of Mechanicsburg, I11.; Mrs. Edith Erlenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shanle, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shanle, Jr., Vicki. Glen and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shanle. Jodi and Gall, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Erlenbush. Bill and Sandy, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wilham and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Ju- nior Erlenbush, Stu and Pam, Mrs. Dean Hild. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Laatsch, all of Mt. Pulaski. a weekend AUSTIN Volunteer N I.,WS****" tn Monroe, Wis- Mr. and Mrs. , ,,,t . Mr. and Aug. 30. Sympathy to and the Clark families and the Dwain Mar- Herman Letterly families. Mrs. Sibeth Wauson of Fire W. Salem is visiting sister- a fire in-law, Myrtle Rau. ' morning at The Wm. Hefts returned Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday P.M. from vaca- Where a corn tion in Wis. back thru tre. Iowa. Grain Com- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence will be Rau spent Tuesday, Wed- annual Stock- nesday and Thursday with Iing at the her brother, Dr. Glenn Mar- School Sat- shall in Carbondale. Members of Hornc Bu- Return From Trip reau, numbering e. a..-.c v little grl, attenc!e.) the an Mr. and Mrs. Gone Manes nuailunchcor,,; ;: ,, r:.,:ud home Sunday gae :c i,:,.,::,; ;.': -.,=:. :ught frc, m a four-weeks Meet in Sept. '.:,::: .;:', ,:-::,,;; trip with their Shimer it; e'a.;. t'rother-in-law and sister, :: : f :  = r,man Is a Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Shel- brother cn ", . Arthur ley of Wichita, Kansas. The G,d!ov.a\\;'.not..,Ir. G. tot.r drove to Vancouver 3!r. M .,=r,c, t:',,c:g J:,d L-/. Leaving their car there, t;, ,-,-- S: ...... ',::;-.::: :::,, bearded the S.S. [.r. ,11il A,L'[I[ alter droner [iL;,. The Wm. D. Millers wcrc in Kansas a f'.' 2:,. a:J ,',,:i::. 5or,. Larr3, and wife went too. A baby daug!..c:. 'if i:,:> L ..:;. died at birth Tlmrsda>. Aug. 19 in St. JosepE hospital in Brainard, Minn. Grayside services were held Wednes- day a.m. in Maroa ceme- tery. They' were at Pine River. linn. S. S. altendace 2  "o cimrch, .22. (.,uct v,c:c Mr. and Mrs. James Fink of Clinton: Mrs. Sibeth Wauson, W. Salem: Mrs. Hazel Neumann and Kerr}' Johnston. Another good sermon lrom our "Jim". his last day with us. Happ'., birthday sung to Norma Rau. No word, but sup- pose Tim Carlson of Ken- hey will be our preacher next Sunday. Some ideal weather, cool. Did get to 90 luesday; Thunders and a shoer at I 1:15 and 3:30 p.m. Power off half hour in afternoon. i:ince George and began a very beautiful cruise up :ie inland passage. Ports of interest visited acre. Prince Rupert B.C.. Ketchikan, Alaska, Juneau, Alaska, where a side trip was taken to the beautiful Mendenhall Glacier, then on to Skagway, Alaska, and p train ride into the moun- tains. The return cruise al- so stopped at Wrangell and Alert Bay and back to Vancouver B. C. They returned to their car and drove to The Dalles, TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, S.LFI- :, i": A bathing beauty is a girl worth wading for. Woman's Club, Farm Sale Committee: Mrs. Doris Shanle and Mrs. Joyce Maxheimer. MOVING" Send us }'our new a:,: , FARM Bt,qLDmG D]EALERSHIP AVAILABLE We have a territory that is now open in the LOGAN County Area. This is an excellent op- portunity to represent an established company that is a leader in the industry. Will he working in a protected area with the farmer helping him with his building needs. Complete building package furnished. Excellent earnings. For full details write or call collect, 608-795-2294. WICK JILDING , nq. AGRI.  DIVION lVlazomanie, Wbammin S;$60 : Bernard Mc(3owa --ALSO- NEW 'LATEX HOUSE PAINT FIGHTS DISCOLORATIOH FROM AIR POLLUTION USE ON CONCRETE BLOCK WOOD BRICK * METAL STUCCO CEMENT-ASBESTOS SHINGLES ANY MASONRY SURFACE ""1 i t....,..,,o., ,0.0,,, w.....d IL roll 4 Ii ,,b,.,..,. :: / '[ Blister-reslstant. Gceoter odhettcm T  JL 1 aad dwebilil 7. fok over  merfoce I)th kl --  30 adm*m, rNdy-mlaed bnes. taller, wll worm. bedy olen Outside  " i. dL Oil Base Paint "t-,,a I IIIUlDWIII00 4th with to begin for the elec- directors and  Contemporary ] LL See-through's u00proqmss" AIN   " f) L ' G H T I N e MONTH ,:- ; . GO modern wi,h the X J ,  transparent spaciousness II  'l I of an octagonal, smoke-tinted ! lr,j /  Let our lighting experts     show yOU these and other i| ';\\; Progress fashions at prices that | r } ] are right for you.  Visit our sh Opener , cutting smooth netic 'lid lift, *,,,,. 00o,o,o, ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. t.t.. phone 792"3260 Iware mt. pulaski III. illinois ,, IX)NATION ADULTS ................................................ $2.00 .,hool Age to 1 .................... $1.00 - SCHOOL ..................................... .Rlt3t Sponsored by AMERIOAN LEGION Mount Pulaski. IlL 3:00 to 7:00 P.M. CHICKEN FRY SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1971 Oregon. where they visited , ti,e ladies brother and wife, Labor Day I Mr. and Mrs. Damon Capps. In Salem, Ore. they called on a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Damon Capps. Jr. Spe ia_l In Eugene. Ore. the)' visit- ed with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wooten. Then afterseeingbeauti- PAINT AN ENTIRE ROOM I ful Crater Lake in Oregon, they returned to Wichita via'Nevada. Utah. and $713i Colorado. Alter spending In o few hours a day ,n id, i,a. the .es' 1, for less than / returned home, I THANK YOU PITTSBURGH I We would like ,o thank //tb00 INALLnIU00 I Nice Sunday. cool a.m. - everyone who helped serve 52. Much warmer in after- lunch at the Floyd BuckIes noon. Monday 61. clear, farm A,, w.. " ? t$ t .,,,,x ,.,,,,,,,., I greatly appreciated. t_i" HAS I The Mt. Pulaski Junior  " " I Stop in ond , :, Greater Hiding Power seled ::;";+'L ,' 2 ;  , .,., o.,.. ,0..,. i