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N WRITES INTERESTING TO FRIENDS and ALUMNUS Iowa 1, 1971 and alumnus, this as a the graduating 11, Mt. Pulaski The high burned the I have many memories of my no favorite enjoyed all of grade teach- Rigdon. I the year before a a Kinder- in summer. th, later l Vaughn DeLeath, on radio was in grade teacher Tutwiler. I re- her always wear- tWatch fastened to a the belt of her year was Clara teach- Hassett, the year I had fun, conse- I stayed with her second year. My lade teacher was Zelle, and was Lou Wei- Wilson. As to and eighth think that was taSJunior high, don't teachers they were the high school Supt. of the high Was Mr. Wolf and others on the Were Miss Marie Miss Worthern, V. Lindsey, Harold Headly, Grace Keator. Winters was music and leter BESS F. RALSTON It i .CLUB//0TES, The Never Grow Old i21ub will meet with Mrs. Kelsey Anderson on Fri- day, Sept. 10th. The Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church will hold a rummage sale Frida afternoon, SepL 10 and Sat., Sept. 11 from 9:30 to 5:30. You will find many articles for sale. The Past Presidents Par- ley of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 447 will meet at the home of Mrs. L. E. McEwen on Thurs- day, September 9 at 7:30 p.m. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the United Methodist Church will meet Tues., Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellow- ship Hall. Program leader will be Mrs. Mine Gruber and hostesses are Mrs. Al- bert Gluick and Mrs. Her- schel Hahn. The DWYW Club will was back to Mt. the Siltennial, the 50th anniver- my class of 1911. that the ones there could have but that _meet Tuesday, Sept. 14 at Close 1:30 p.m. in the home of mine thru school Mrs. John Waddell. Gene Connol- Clark, Mildred Foster, Irma Clyde Huck Scrog- K. Stuller, Jose- Leahy, beside many the years. now residing in a home, Good Center, a won- for anyone of My par- and sisters Passed away. I graduated .Working as an ap- m the millinery to Mrs. My pay was for the spring and and one hat fall and winter begin- :ray millinery career ears, up until retirement. doing various and I am that I to do that. bring this to a Ralston. Center . Iowa 51334. Reuniens was held Sum Park with present. David of Harristown, the oldest member and Deanna Lynn Thethe youngest afterooon was visitin Hugh J. Was elected pres I972. The A. V. Class of the United Methodist Church *'ill meet Thurs., Sept. 16 instead of their regular day. The Hilltops Club will weigh in 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Tues., Sept. 7 at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- ter. The gainers penalty, a calorie sheet and a 10 fine each day you eat over 1200 calories. Money to be do- nated to TOPS Research. Jackpot drawing will have a sum of $6.00 in it, so be sure and lose that weight. Division winners for the month of Aug. will be an- nounced and jewelry a- wards given at this meet- ing. II II, OCa!,JllWll Joe Alan Bannon return- ed to his home in Ttmin, Califorrua, Thurlay after spending the summer months with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Musgrove and other rela- tives. Bernie Caudle, his grandfather, of Decatur, I11. accompanied him home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ginder of Oakley, II!. visit+ ed Mr. and Mrs Troy Mus- grove Saturday evening. Mrs. JaCk Pope of La- tham and Mrs. Troy Mus- CLASS OF 1911 - Mount Pulaski Township High grove of Niantic visited School - left to right, back row: Goldie Mason, (Mrs. Mrs. Harley McKinley in H. L. Diller); Ruth Snyder, Jessie Hahn, Lelia Heft, Decatur on Friday after- Bess Ralston; front row: Aldrich Clark, Harold Ross, noon. and Gene, Connolley.  _ Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mrs- Bingo will be played after Downing Ins. 12 grove attended a seed corn the business meeting. Bring Times-News 9 dealer's dinner meet k, g a 25 gift. Bo-Jac Hybrids 7 Games were played after Curtis Oil 2 ' the Aug. 31 st business Ind. Game, B. McCubbin, meeting with everyone par- 223; Ind. Series, B. Mc- ticipating. Cubbin, 611 ; Team Game, Bo-Jac's, 898; Team Series, Bo-Jac's, 2569. LET'S GO  from v,on Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Caud- IV L BOWLING ! le and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Toppette Bowlers will start this season on Wed- nesday, September 8th. The Monday Night Hill- top Loafers League will begin this year's bowling season on September 13. Bowling will begin at 7:30 "on to Seattle, Wash., where p.m. Jone Ubbenga, a former TOPPERS LEAGUE Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1971 Chestnut Fire Dept. 14 Al's Conoco 14 Stoll Coal & Gas 14 P.A.G. Hybrids "12 li li i I Glenn Northcutt of Cleve- land, Ohio, returned home Tuesday evening, after a fifteen day vacation. They visited friends in Boulder, Colo., then a tour through Glacier National Park and Niantic friend,joined them. They took the ferry across Puget Sound, and drove around the Olympic Pen- insula. They returned home through the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone Park. II LABOR DAY 6, 1971 Tmesday night at the Herit- age Inn in Springfield. Mm. Harry Martin, r. and Mrs. Veto Lanille of Rome, Italy met for lunch Tuesday in Mason City, 111. They were former. roommates at MacMurnty Collese. Mrs. Raymond Mattingly and son, Mark, from Palos Verdes Estates, California, visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lit- terly. While here, they visit- ed in Indianapolis, and Sullivan and with fOIi in Lincoln. Mrs. Margaret Wibl en- tertained the Ruth Circle A small Tribute o a very Big Person .... THE AMERICAN WORKER James . l l I III I I I II II II II II IIIII II ON LABOR DAY A day to ea the bletmp that come born work well done mad a chay to be gnUSd for the privilege of Uv- hag in our wonderJM! bad od Ameteia lm Bettom , ,, ram, III II + SepL Spedal 1611n, ,AgaLn, we are 9' our permanent ! ! SFEClAL ! I Pormnmts SILO0 toSIS.00 Rcor Hr Cut $1.50 Modernaire Beaufy Salon phone 792. 3387 i ON LABOR DAY LET US PAY TRIBUTE TO ALl AMERICANS, WHO BY THEIR SKILL AND EFFORTS, HAVE HELPED TO MAKE OUR NATION THE ENVY Ol  THE WORLD. Husten's Apparel I II I I I of the UnRed Methodist Church on Tuesday with 10 present. LABOR DAY A DAY WHEN A GRA'I'EFV3 NATION PAY TRIBUTE TO THOSE WORKING MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE IBUTED SO GENEROUSLY TO THE WELL BEING OF OUR COMMUNITY AND TO THE STRENGTH AND.. PROSPEP, ITY OF OUR NATION. DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. I I III II wwd  Boa umaH to Z X  nol,'s sims S to 18 HSVD Men's ]=sit lktehcmYl'.ligta, Grfpper retorts abo aols mle cmd T. drifts cIOrlaNCI & SlIOB ml i i ii DANCE faptember 4, 1971 TOt4,nUOW lmC.  f, the g U I L O ph,s book up brad 8:00 P.M. -.- II:00P.M. Admimkm- U Per pomen Labor Bay, Sept.t;, 1971 Rnt National Bonk Flmnen Ikmk State halt of Latham of Ckestmlt State lak of Condond