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...... IT!ME-NEW$ (Mr. Pulaski, M.) Rolary Club News Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club met Thursday, Nov. l l th at the Methodist Church. President Jack Amos was in charge. Guests from the Lincoln club were Donald Cudsworth and Lew Horton. Scott Stein- fort was a guest from Mr. Pulaski. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Follis and Jack Amos pre- pared and served a very tasty lunch of vegetable soup and open faced sandwiches with cake for dessert. Program chairman was Ray Lynch who intro- duced Logan County Clerk, Weldon B. "Pete" Frantz. Mr..Frantz gave a very enlightening talk on the coming election for the new County Board members. This was an in- formative meeting as very few people really realize the effect this new Coun- ty office can have over our day to day living. Mr. Frantz explained how, under the present guidelines, the thirteen members to be nominated from each politica ! party with thirteen to be elected at large, could make the thirteen member Board the most powerful group ever elected over our day to day living and busines- ses. Therefore, he stated it was his belief that all the citizens of our County should make every effort to find out all they could about each person running for this new office so they could do their best to elect the thirteen people who would best serve the citizens as a whole of Logan County. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1971 Next meeting will be Thursday noon, Nov. 18th, at the Methodist Church. Two weeks ago Gene Downing explained the new Illinois "Modified No- Fault" plan for automo- bile insurance rather than the uninsured motorist plan as stated in the article. M.P.T.H.S. ALUMNI NEWS r The MPTHS Alumni Association held its sixth bi-monthly meeting Tues- day, November 2nd at the high school. President Hank Buckles brought the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with another fine attendance. Rebecca Drake, Alumni Christmas Dance chair- man, announced that the upcoming dance will be held Saturday, December 18th from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the Eagles Lodge, Lincoln, I11. The band contracted to play is the "Echoes IV". Ticket Chairman is John Ed Ten- dick and tickets are avail- able from all committee members: Loren Meister, Hank Buckles, Carolyn Powell, Marilyn Schaffe- nacker, Kent Anderson, and Jerry Maxheimer. Other Alumni selling dance tickets are: Delores Max- heimer, Larry Cyrulik, L.K. Buckles, Allan Schaal, and Ed Schaffe- nacker. Refreshment committee for the dance is Mr. and Mrs. Ed Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maxheimer, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Anderson. The E,,les Lodge has recently been remodeled, expanding floor space, paneling the walls, build- ing a new auxiliary bar, and new restroom facili- ties. So, the lodge will provide space for a large crowd of Alumni dancers. Be sure to get your tickets soon. This is a public dance - not for members only - you are most wel- come. So get up a group and plan to attend this evening of enjoyable danc- ing and reunion with your MPTHS friends. Ed Sehaffenacker, Spring Alumni Banquet Chair- man, announced his com- mittee, that soon will be- gin planning for a ban- quet, are: Kenneth Con- nolley, Anna Lou Max- heimer, Harriet Manes, Robert Lee, and Allan Schaal. President Hank Buckles announced that ac- cording to the constitu- tion of the Association, offices of Secretary, Trea- surer, and Board Members 3 and 4 will expire at the January meeting. There- fore, e!ections will be held at the next regular bi- monthly meeting to fill these offices. The next meeting will be January 4, 1972. MT. PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL 1971-72 WRESTLING Nick Arnett - Coach Mr. Pulaski High School wrestling team will hold their first match Nov. 29 at Hartsburg. Shelbyville will be here Wednesday, Dec. 2 instead of Dec. 1 st. Nov. 29 At Hartsburg Dec. 2 Shelbyville 4 Mapleton 6 Cumberland 9 At Mason City 11 At Green Valley 16 At Wa.wensburg 20 At Tri-City Jan. 7 At Mr. Zioaa 8 Tremont I0 Argenta 13 Green Valley 15 At Monticello 17 Mason City DANOK To The Music OI The Fri- THE DELMARS II sat. ROXIE & 5'0. FrL and Smuzthty nights at IS:SO P. M. CHANNEL CATFISH Served on Wt4. mad FrL Startha 9 zt 5:00 P. M. ] We are now booking parties for the holidays. I Winter's Care Ph. 672 - 3511 Wtstemburg, nL i 20 Pleasant Plains 22 Tri-CRy Tourn. 24 At l.atlceview 27 Tri-City 31 Taylorvflle Feb. 3 Hmrtsburg 5 Conf. Tourn. at Green Valley l 1-12 District Wrestling All meets start at 7 p.m. unless other-wise indicated. Ivi'r. l..gal CmADIIS WIN 01. LOSE Olq Mt. Pulaski Grade split with tham in games played Thursday night, 11. Mr. Pulaski won game by a 53-35 while Warrensbur rebounded to take contest 46-25. It was first games of the for both clubs. Gabatoni'sl Famous for Hot Beef Sandwiches ! Beautiful Gas Light Dining Room ! Carry Out Orders - Pizza for your FreeSa NOTICE! Due to retirement of Mr. Herbert Smite is Superlntendant o Maiptenat for County Cen terles, the Cemetery Committee of tSe County Board is receiving applications for position. CONTACT LOGAN COUNTY Ct.Ze WEIJX)N B. FRANTZ COURT HOUSE, LINCOLN, K.LINOI5 Jqotx p  t, otqN $ lO I0 KXINDS lkdmt, Irlm GRADE A TIMED PB IUeD nc e Cake ; CRISP vel .... --- r.A00m,v,u., uranges ..... ---- DAYS- 8:00 AM. to 9.-00 P.M. BUNDAY$ -- 9..00 A.M. to 1.0 P.M. GEORGE'S FOODS MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS