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I00OTES* Abraham Lincoln hospital will annual Auxil- Nov. 20, start- to 4 p.m. from the Graham Unit in is urged to and attend. dues are still being receiv- Albert Horn. ast Noble Grand meet Tues., Nov. home of Mrs. Hill Tops Club will 23 at the Rec. Center, in 6:30-7:00 p.m. bring your calorie under 1200 Per day, or pay be sure and so you will to earn that Thanks- to who ever the book, but we two more out and could use Neighbors of will meet Tues., at the home Buckles. Literature Unit of Club Nov. 15, at the home of Ey. Mrs. Russell gave a review of but a Cry" Dambrosis. Was an interesting of books being the ladies present. served delicious next meeting of Unit will 21 at the home of Hassebrock Ray Zumstein Review. to serve the of Mt. Pulaski No. 466 Order of- Star were e- at its annual meet- Nov. 8th. Elect- the following: matron, Shirley worthy Davison; as- matron, Lee Davi- patron, Ed- see., Mildred treasurer, Francis conductress, Mae and associate Lo/s Wills. and appointed will be installed Dec. 1 !,8 p.m. Rehearsal for installation will be Sunday, Dec. 5, 2:30 p.m. Retiring from the East will be Betty Atwood, worthy matron and Louis VanRheeden, worthy patron. The San Souci club met last Tuesday. Mrs. Ruth Berry was hostess. 500 was played and the prize winners were Mrs. Vernita Wachter, Mrs. Vincent Stoll, Mrs. Fred Froeblich and Mrs. Karl Dittus. The next hostess will be Mrs. Harvey Robinson. The Mt. Pulaski Junior Woman's Club reminds everyone interested in the bus trip to Chicago, that reservations and the $10 bus fare must be in by Monday, November 22. Any interested person may contact Mrs. Michael Cyrulik, Mrs. W. Richard Edwards, or Mrs. Jerry Sams for reservations. gecr/o0000 r by the late r H. J. WIBt (Continued from page 1) friendships was broken by death before we could seal that friendship with a clasp, But our memories will be all the more precious Thanks to those friend- ly and heart - warming letters. "So, set yourself down and write 'yourself a let- ter to someone - Today!" CARD OF THANKS We are indeed grateful for the many kind words of sympathy, the floral offerings and other expres- sions of kindness extended -to us at the time of the death of our loved one, Lulu Day Lanham. All these kind deeds will long be remembered. The Family. THANK YOU I want to thank the J-C and all concerned in picking up the rubbish in my back yard. It was a very kind deed. (p) Wilford E. Ryan. i . i NOTICE We are listed under FI. J. Wible Printing Co. instead of Times-News in this year's telephone di- rectory. 792-5414 I I I SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM REFERENDUM DECEMBER 11, 1971 Story, Pictures, Details next week. YOU LEND A HAND ? Mayor John Biesmeier and the City are going Io try to have the most free cry in Illinois, (with your help Mount ..Pulaski.. has.. alway been as The Community where things done. and done right whenever a an/t t project is undertaken. Be- everyone in Our Cry pitches in and their share. So, please lend a hand. If you see paper, cans, bottles, etc. lying on lhe street or walk please pick/t up and it in the proper trash containers lo- Cated around town, and lets try t teach another by example not to be a .... BUG" TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY: NOV. 18, 1971-5 houghts .......... t Class A Chest- Brown 30, Rein- li:iii ByJimDodge nut (12)- Ford 5, Troy- hrt23 W Wilson 2-W-  ...... er 4, Innan 7, Lowe 2, land 20, Landers 10. Mt: Pulaski is very for- whereby the State would Buse O, Brown O. Bean tunate in having a very capable doctor to tend to their medical needs. I don't know if it is gener- ally known or not but there are a lot of towns this size and smaller who have no doctor and have been trying for years to obtain one. Illiopolis has just recently lost their doctor and St. Vincent's Hospital in Talorville is being forced to*close their doors because they do not have a sufficient number of doctors to staff it. At the last Illinois Press Association meeting, one woman told how they have been trying to obtain a doctor ]'or their town for the last twelve years to no avail. One reason for this is that the new doctors, as soon as they can, either move to larger cities, to more attractive positions in another state and/or specialize in a particular medical field. Lincoln,llli- nois had over twice as many doctors in 1929 as it has now. Lt. Governor Paul Si- mon has suggested that legislation be passed i give grants to deserving persons wishing to be doc- tors with the provision that they be required to practice at least two years m the State of Illinois after receiving their M. D. degree. This way when one doctor moves away to an- other State, there will al- ways be a new graduate to replace him. This idea has merit and should be put into practice and then maybe some of our smaller towns could have a doctor of their own. CRITNLrr GR2II spI,rr GAMI Beason Grade School split a pair of games with Chestnut, Thurs. night, Nov. I Ith at Beason. The hosts won the A contest, 85-12, as three players hit for 20 points or better. Chestnut won the opening game, the B clash, 49-30 with Haley pumping in 24 points to lead the way. Class B scoring: Chest- nut (49) - Haley 24, Clements 10, Lowe 9, Murphy 2, Saulsberry 3, Travis I. Beason (30) Lessen 16, Wilson 3, Southerlan 3, Barger 2. i ii i, iiii iii iii TURKEY FRY VFW STAG Deoember 8, 19"/I All you oan eat and drink DONATION !! DONT FORGET THE METHODIST W S O S BAZAAR on Dec. 4th. starting at 9 a.m. Holiday sweets, eautiful decorations, lovelyhand- mades, all kinds of gifts - and stay for lunch. Hot ham sandwiches, Chilli- burgers, Baked beans, salads galore, every kind ofpie and cake... The ladies will use all of their profits for the Missions. Old paper is recycled here. Salvaged paper is dumped into vats where it is turned hack into pulp. The pulp goes through a thorough washing cycle. / And out ceme rolls of fresh paper, ready for reuse. Know how many pounds of paper can be made from the average tree? ,ounds. So taking 1 ton of old paper rning it into new paper will save 17 trees from being cut down. It's called recycling. A.nd the power behind recycling7. It's electricity. The machines that take out the foreign material--the staples and paper clips-- and de-ink the paper and turn it into pulp. are powered by electricity. The complete cycle takes about 90 minutes. And nowadays, we have paper mgls devoted exclusively to recycling old paper and turning it into rolls of bright fresh paper. We're proud that electricity helps make all kinds of recycling possible. Because reducing litter and conserving resources is as important to us as it is to you. Commonwealth Edison COnCefl3 lOf )/Our lolal environment %  illl i i fl j