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1926 I00nion Township Class of 1926 45th reunion on 5, 1971 at in Mason City. classmates guests enjoyed attractively dec- tables in which Peas, the class Were used in the Jt acted of Ceremonies. class member up-to-date a- family and Cullen read greet- former teachers The class as read by Ruth the composers. led by Wil- were enjoyed. A of silence was in memory of classmates. who attep.ded Mrs. Dwight Ill.; Hutchcraft of Missouri; Sam Sparks Holmes), Mr. 1 Hild (Louise and Mrs. Lakin (Elsie )f Lincoln, I11.; Mrs. Noel Her- Mrs. Sydney (Alberta Voile) Mrs. Richard (Mary Lucille of Ohio; Mr. oe Mittelsteadt Robert Ill.; Norma I11.; Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Gene and Mrs. John (Helen Rupp), Floyd Schaf- fenacker, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stoll, Mrs. Sidney Lee (Ruth Herring), and Miss Louise Ey, all of Mt. Pulaski, Ill. The class voted to have a 50th reunion. ItA  AT mllAI, O OCt. tO The third annum flea market sponsored by the Town and Country, Women's Club of Buffalo will be held on Sunday, October 10, 1971, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Buffalo Park, Buffalo, Illinois. Antiques, furniture, clothes, odds and ends - all will be for sale or can be sold. Any items are wel- come. Persons desiring to sell at the flea market need not make reservations but must provide their own tables. More information about selling can be obtained by calling 364-4601 or 364- 4826. Coffee, doughnuts, sand- wiches, and drinks will also be available at the park. In the event of rain, the flea market will be held on Sunday, October 17th. The public is welcome to come to BUY and SELL! ! General co-chairmen of the flea market are Mrs. Loren Shanle and Mrs. Ray Theobald. Other commit- tee chairmen are: Mrs. Lee GaMe, Mrs. William Vetter and Mrs. Charles Harris. TOMLINSON REC SCHEDULE Open Swimming Friday and Saturday 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. SWEEP/ it the best time of the year new Case compact tractor A deal you'll like on any new 7-10-12-14 hp model ' A FREE $130 lawn sweeper, or 114 dump cart or $100 credit tOward the Case attachment of Your choice.., with the p.c.ase ' Of any model Case compact. OFFER... see us today! SPRAY PAINT Open Skating Friday and Saturday, 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday afternoon from 2. to 4 p.m. Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Adult swim- ruing. NOTE OF THANKS We wish to thank every- one who so kindly gave of their time and energies r our Ham & Bean supper, the ladies of the com- munity for baking pies and all those eating with us, for making our even- ing such a success. Thank you. Co-chairmen Food Event of Latham Centennial: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beccue Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Letterly. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, !11. Swim Team To Practice on Sat. Mt. Pulaski Swim team will practice every Satur- day afternoon from I to 3 p.m. In case its raining, the practice will be cancelled. THURSDAY, SEtrl ". 30. 1')7 I- i SE Your a,.:t'.lJb: O AND RURAL LAND *Actedded ,'arm arid m Brolt II E. i ROTHWELL (&F & LB) Box 301 Ph. 792 - 572.2 Mt. Pulaski. IU. !- : ALL-NEW STYLING... SAME OLD PRICES. attitude of distinction with clean, fresh lines. And while the styling is all new, the prices of the '72 Polara and Monaco, and all Dodges, will remain the same as those offered on comparably equipped 1971 models. Prices may never be lower. 1972 DODGE MONACO Designed for the man who wants excellence without extravagance. The restyled 1972 Monaco has a look that sets it apart from the rest of the medium-priced field.., like smooth lines, hidden headlights, and a streak of protective side mould- ing. It's equipped with the features you'd expect in a car as distinguished as Dodge Monaco. The new 360 two-barrel V8 engine, precise power steering, power front disc brakes, and Dodge's famous, smooth TorqueFtite automatic transmission are all standard. In a year when most new cars look a lot like last year's, Dodge Polara and Monaco do not. They've been restyled for '72. The emphasis in the design of these new cars has been on strength, solidity, and silence. Their strong, expressive styling achieves an 1972 DODGE POLARA Dodge builds the Potara with a little extra size and riding comfort, and at the lowest possible price. You get such easygoing features as power steering, TorqueFlite automatic transmission, and a powerful, yet economical, 318 V8 engine standard. CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION DART DEMON COUPE Our lowest pricedDart. It DODGE DART Dodge Dart for '72 has the styling, just goes to prove an economy car doesn't have to size, comfort, and performance to be your only car. be a little car. Dart Demon seats five adults comfort- Untemperamental and predictable, it does what it's ably. Dart Demon. It's very big about saving you money, supposed to--give you economy and dependability. E)ODGE CHARGER The Dodge idea of what a faro- DODGE CORONET The convenience car. The per- ily-sized sports car should be. It's large enough to fect idea for a family car because Coronet is designed seat six, and its sporty styling adds a new dimension solely to be a four-door family sedan Full-sized room to the old-fashioned family cars. Check it out today! for six people, and styling that you'll be proud of. Dodge. Depend on it. " DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. l at the factory, Byron J. Nichols, Vice Prl,i-| dent of Consumer Affairs. He'd I ke to hear/ Cook and Lafayette Mt. Pulaski, Illinois ,.ore ,oo .,,. ao, o-,o.. o, oo..,.l l you have about Dodge. You can reach him/ [bY writing: Mr. Byron Nichols, My Man in J Phone 792-3314 ,oo,,o,, c,,,,,., co,o o | [ Detro t, M chigan 48231. ] Don't miss the Baseball Plapffs, World Series, and AFC Football on NBC. ;{