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*-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, !11.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1971 Ohe00mu00 Rebecca Drake Next April, Chestnut will observe its 100th An- niversary. If enough com- munity interest is arous- ed, it might be possible to hold some sort of homecoming or Centennial Celebration. Some of our neighboring communities have enjoyed centennial celebrations this past year. A meeting is being held on Wednesday, October 6th at 8:00 p.m. at the Chest- nut Grade School cafeteria to get ideas and the gen- eral feeling of the citizens of this community on such an undertaking. Kenneth Gerdes has kindly consented to Chairman this meeting. Please attend and bring any suggestions that you might have. Some mem- bers of a neighboring com- munity will be present to tell us of plans that they are carrying out. The Chestnut - Beason American Legion and Le- g ion Auxiliary will meet October 4th, Monday. evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shanle. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shanle hosted his sister this weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Pelerson, Stromsburg, Nebraska. Midge Lock and Carol Leimbach co-hosted a sur- prise birthday party Satur- day evening, September 25th at Bill Howe's cabin on Salt Creek in honor of Ethel Buehler, whose birthday was Sept. 30th. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc- Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knovak, Mr. and Mrs.-Nelson Lock, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Buehler and Rexie. Unable to at- tend were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoll and Miss Theckla Stoll recently vacationed in Cali- fornia witl) Mr. and Mrs. Stoll's younger son, Charles, at Livermore, California. They also spent one day in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. AI Has- sebrock and daughters, Ta.nmy and Robin. spent Sunday visiting the new sightseeing facilities at Dixon Motmds. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gerdes, St. attended an Air Stream Trailer Rally over the weekend in Ken- ton City Park Kenton, I11. They were there along with 57 other Air Stream Trailer owners to enjoy this annual event with a pancake breakfast and pot- luck suppers for the callipers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mundt. Indianapolis, In- diana, were weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Marten. Mrs. Mundt is Mr. Marten's cousin. The Logan C o u n t y Sheriff's Department wishes to remind parents in our community that mini-bikes, and go-carts cannot be licensed and are not allowed by law to be driven on any public property, streets or alleys. No one under the age of 16 years of age can be licensed to operate such a vehicle. Anyone who al- lows people to drive their mini - bikes, go - carts, or small cc motorcycles on their property must have their insurance in order to cover accidents. Lalham Cl6vereltes Held Hayrack Ride The Latham Cloverettes held a hayrack ride and wiener roast Sept. 17. The tractor was driven by Robert Taylor and rack wagon and bales were furnished by Wilbur and Darrell Seefeldt. The first meeting was held Monday. Sept. 20 with I 1 members. The home advisor, Mrs. Mc- Elhaney was present. Officers for the coming )71-,_ were elect- year 1  -7 - ed. They are as follows: President, Ann Mears: Vice Pres.. Lyn Ribordy; Sec., Beverly Kopp: Treas., Donna Mears. The 4 H window dis- play will be shown in Rau's Hardware in Lath- am. Tile display depicts tile history of the katham 4 H which origin:,ted in 1922. M.P.I.H.S. ALUMNI NEWS The MPTHS Alumni Association now stands at a membership of 388. We gained another two genera- tion family of alumni this week with Mrs. Hazel Froschauer and her sons. Edward, Rihard and Eugene. The biggest Class is still 1951 now at 17 mcmbers. Class of 1960 is now 2nd with 14 members and 1964 is now 3rd with 13 mcmbers. Class of 1965 is 4th with 12 members. To obtain your mem- bership, mail $1.00 mem- bership dues, with your complete name and ad- dress and year graduated to: MPTHS Alumni Asso- ciation, Rural Box 98. Chestnut, Illinois 62518. AUSTIN NEWS..... Hattie Kerwood Sept. 27. Sympathy to the Disbrow families. Chancy Myers, N. W. Kenney, was a caller here Wednesday a.m. Jim and Steve Ruberg of Aurora came home Fri- day p.m. til Sunday after dinner. Richard Rau was hcune from I.S.U. A birthday dinner for Jr. Johnston in his home in Latham Sunday. Their four sons and families were present. Arthur Galloway went to Decatur Sunday to take his mother to see her sister in Mulberry Grove. Mother not able to make the trip so the sister came to Decatur to see her. S. S. attendance 29. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnston, 2 chil- dren of Florissant, Mo. Birthday song for Jr. J. tho not present. Harmony is invited to the revival meetings at Kenney U. M. Church begin Oct. 3, 7 p.m. Special music each night for half hour. 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