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i 3 i) 7 l i!i ii!  tl00! 10,.TIMq- (bit. Pulatki, I11.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1971 F r A Mombers M&RY HAMM W1NS Attend Conservation CH/kMPIO SINGLES Show Wdnesday  1 Fifteen FFA members In the tennis tourna- from Mt. Pulaski attended ment, sponsored by the the Illinois Land Improve- Lincoln Tennis Associa- ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Holy Communion - Re. ment Contractors Soil and tion, Saturday and Sun-  Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor in charge. Water Conservation Show day, Aug. 28th and 29th, Sun. 9:00 a.m. Sun. Church School Tues. 10 a.m. Private at Monticello on Aug. 25. Mary Hamm of ME. Pulaski 10:00 a.m. Worship Service in Pastor's office. The group toured the won the Champion Singles Sermon: "Who Is My Neighbor?" Wed. 4 p.m. Conf. Clare Charming Acres farm and by defeating Mike Paulis, Tues., 9:30 a.m. Morning Circle Thurs.,Sept. 9,2 Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Sunday School observed Pro terracing, who was a 2-time cham- tiling with plastic and clay pion. The scores were 6-1  Teachers and Officers Meeting. ST. PATRICK tile, grass waterway con- and 6-3. ,,  A cordial invitation to alL Rev.Elkhart'EugenelllineilKa# struction, pasture improve- Mary Hamm and Bud    LAKE FORK CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sat. - 6:30 p.m. Mass ment, no-till cropping, Harris, ME. Pulaski, won Allen Minor, Minister Sun. - 7:00 a.m. Ma pond construction, grass the Doubles Division when sun. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School waterway maintenance and they defeated Mike Paulis 10:30 a.m. Worship Service UNITED Forestry management. Also and Dan Nikols. The  :; 6:30 p.m. Youth Meeting D. Dean Folli, Sun. 9:00 a.m. Sunday an interesting session on scores for the matches were LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 10:00 a.rr Wildlife management and 6-4, 4-6, and 6-4. MR. AND MRS. RAYMER (PAT) O'BRYEN of Mt. Rev. Bruce Bigeaow, Pastor MI.PULASK Fishing were attended. Pulaski, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver- Sunday: Ken sary with an open house, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, 9:30 a.rmSunday School Sun. The FFA members were   September 12, 1971, at the Mt. Pulaski Christian 10:'30a.m. WorshipScrvice 10:00a transported by Mike Herrin, A.'IINrD M] Church. 7:00 p.m. Worship Service Dean Sasse, student teach- ME "5:00 p.m. _ ers, and Lee West, voca- 1 The couple were married September 14, 1921 at Wednesday: 6:00p.m. VouthCYB the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Felts 7:30p.m. Prayer'Meetang. 7:00p tional agriculture teacher. F.A. Lipp, John All- of Mt. Pulaski, Ill. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Wed'6:30p'm'BleB! spach, Mr. and Mrs. Gary They are the parents of three sons, Dale Wesley CATHOLIC CHURCH 7:00 p.m. Bible Studff ASTINS ENJOY Zimmermann. Mr. and Mrs. of Decatur, and Roland and Wendell, both deceased. Rev. Eugene Kane, Pastor 8:00 p.m. ]l'tJ] 3hrlTH Kenneth Breaker, Kent There are four grandchildren and one great-grand- sun. 9:00 a.m. Mass. NI]mI{Y and Kathy and Mr. and child. M.P.T.H.S. Mrs. Harry Van Hook, all Mr. O'Bryen is retired from the Illinois Terminal COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH After a 35 year separa- of Mt. Pulaski were in Railroad of Springfield, Ill. Harold Eye, Minister tion, and a determined Motiroe, Wisconsin last Friends and relatives are invited to the open house. Sunday ALUMNI search in Kentucky, Mr. weekend, where the fire- 9:30 a.m. Bible Study and Mrs. Earl Bastin of'men attended a Fireman 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Just a reminder ME. Pulaski were united School and Demonstration  SII 6:00 p.m. Family Fellowship with three nieces, held by the Wisconsinand S 0 1' |  I Navy Seaman Apprentice 6:00p.m. YouthFeUowp oftheMPTHS The three are daughters Northern Illinois Fireman's Parents at stuaems at- Daniel Ketcham, son of 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting sociation will be of the late Oscar Bastin, Association. There were tending Mt. Pulaski Grade Mr. and Mrs. William M. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH September 7th at who lived in Mt. Pulaski 1777 firemen in attendance. School, please do notsend Ketcham of 1715 N. Kan- Church of Lutheran Hour School. President with his family until his ,, Book Rental fees and kakee St., Lincoln, Ill., Rev. Kirchner-Vacancy Pastor Buckles will call death in 1937. The widow- Lunch money for another participated in the first Phone 796-3386 ing to order at ed Mrs. Bastin, (now de- The Vinegar Hill Open, week, as we still have not night operation which si- Sat. 2:30 p.m. Beccue-Bryson Wed- The Dance ceased), then moved the September 25, 1971. De- received word from the multaneously employed tio.g. present their Sun. 9 a.m. Bible & Sunday School annual Alumni family to Kentucky and State concerning the price dual methods to refuel and cruses. Dance at this eventually contact was lost. tails in the paper next The three former Mt. Pula- weekend, freeze, resupply an underway air- 10 a.m. Divine Service and craft carrier, are welcome ski girls are Mrs. Les (Fan- hie) Richardson of Upton, " Kentucky, Mrs. Hillard (Errana) Caswell of Glen-  OOWNING dale, Kentucky, and Mrs. James (Deana) Bryant, INSURANCE AGENCY Bonnieville, Kentucky. PltXNI. 792 - 5119 Mr. and Mrs. Bastin are now home after their five- DAY on Nlll'r day stay in Kentucky, Auto Boat Travel Workmen's Camp. where they also visited Mrs. Bonds Life Liability Motorcycle Kathryn Kinney in Horse Farm Hail Homeowner. All Other Cave, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jewel and family of Hardy- ville and Bob Bastin, who is a patient in the Glas- gow Hospital. LABOR DAY ! SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (Continued from page 1) This Labor Day we salute all working Neaville, Jean ConnoUey; people of brain and brawn who bring Bus Drivers: Harold US the good things of life. Scheuler, Jackie Anderson, Joe Matthews, Janet Open Labor day, September 6, 1971 Schahl and Udell Bellatti. Lee Taylor, principal of L0nnle and aQ$ .the Mt. Pulaski Township High School, announces the enrollment for the / mm IIII Jl school term 1971-72 at 290 students. Following is the enroll-.__ ment of the various classes: Freshmen, 86; Sopho- mores, 61; Juniors, 74; \\; .d S_enlcii' 6_9_ ....... AN,,, Is Your House Suffering HOSPITAL0000NEWS from Growing Pains? Mrs. Austin Opperrnan has returned to her home Family on the grow and no place to go? Before you toss from ALM Hospital, Lin- coln, where she was a sur- Mark special occasions in the towel, stop! Buy a home of your own. Mortgage Deal patient, with a lovely bouquet of Dennis Stewart under- fto wr chosen from our money is more available now. Or, add on to your went surgery. .Wed., Aug. wide ieetion of every- present home. Talk over a Home Improvement Loan 25th at the Decatur Me- morial Hospital. He return- one's favorites. You'll with us. Buying? Adding on? We're the folks to lee. ed to his home Saturday. tmale a real hit!  ;. James J. Kelly of Lath- am returned home Friday lifter spending several days at the Decatur Memorial    mid lid 01 I1 Hospital PHONE--7002.0032 r,00ma A badreputationisthe TOMIS FLOWERS The Farmers Bank eattest thing to get these days but the most difficult  wmtwsmt_m= w_,,,,..rg  tO pt rid of. Wmt  itmm I/T. P ILL.   H, !