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4--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1971 LATHAM CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL Evangelist Joe Mark of Bloomington, Illinois will be holding a week of re- viva] meetings at the La- tham Baptist Church Nov. 28 - Dec. 5. Rev. Mark has preached in Bible con- ferences, youth rallies and revivals through the coun- try and is presently re- turning a series of meet- ings in the west. Being a graduate of Pillsbury Baptist College and Temple Theological Seminary, he is well train- ed in the Word of God. Rev. Bruce Bigelow; pastor of the Latham Baptist Church, states "Joe Mark is an excellent speaker, and I am sure that all who attend the meetings will be richly blessed." Services will be Sun- day, Nov. 28 thru Sunday, Dec. 5; Sunday services will be at 10:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday-Satur- day services will be at 7:30 p.m. All of the com- munity are urged to at- tend these revival meet- ings. The Times-News is listed in the telephone directory under H. J. Wible Printing Co., Inc. - 792-5414. F H A tvIB]S TOUR LOCAL SHOP The third meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was held Novem- ber 4, 1971 during the 8th hour in the Home Ec. De- partment. The F.H.A. discussed whether or not to sell candy bars, and it was voted "yes". They ate now selling candy bars over the noon hours at the high school. Vickie Shanle gave a re- port on the F.H.A. Fall Rally and told of the num- ber of students and advi- sors attending. Lisa Milner gave a report on the hat-check. A hat- check will be held for the basketball games and the wrestling matches. The program for the F.H.A. was a tour to visit the Putter & Clutter Shop. Go - Getlers 4. H Club Held Meeting Nov. 10 The Mt. Pulaski Go Get- ters 4-H Club met Nov. 10, 1971, at the home of Joan and Lynnea Oglesby at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was started with the pledge to the U. S. flag/and the 4-H flag, with 24 present and one guest. They disctssed and voted on a new name for the i ii ii i NOTICE! There will be no FISH FRY on Friday, November 26th. due to Thanksgiving Holidays. Thank you. DOT & VERN'S 0hestnut Oafe club, which was changed from the "Daisies" to the "Go Getters". State and Local Awards were passed out to the following: Patty Lewis, Kathy Brooker, Di- ana Hum and Debra All- spach. They also voted to write to a 4-H club in Germany and have Switzer- land for People to People. A talk was given by Kathy Brooker on "Things To Know Before You Sew Your Garment". Refreshments were serv- ed by Lindis Oglesby. BAKE SALE DEC. 21 AT LATHAM FIREHOUSE The Sisters of the Swish of the Latham Centennial will hold a Christmas Goodies Store Tuesday, Dec. 21 at the Latham Firehouse. The store will open at 8:00 a.m. and continue until every home-baked item is sold. Those helping are Col- leen Stiles, Susie Taylor, Mrs. Mock, Lois Harrell, Carol Bridges, Ida Maske and Carolyn Potter. i |[ BIRTHDAY SUPPER HELD FOR OSCAR POFFENBARGER A birthday supper was held on Thursday, Novem- ber 19th for Oscar Pof- fenbarger at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pof- fenbarger. The following guests at- tended, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shanle, Jodi and Gaff, Mr. and Mrs. John Cherry and Julie and Jim Pof- fenbarger.  sEIIVIC: Army Private Donald L. Pankey, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Pan- key, Elkhart, Ill., recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the U. S. Army Trainin Center, Infantry, Ft. Lewis, Wash. He received instruction in Drill and Ceremonies, Weapons, Map Reading, Combat Tactics, Military Courtesy, Military Justice, First Aid, and Army His- tory and Traditions. OR. HERBERT F. LENZ and DR. LOUIS W. C. LENZ GLASSES PRESCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSES HOURS: 9 A.Id. to S P.M. Except Tlbgrs. 9"11 Phone 732-6062 518 Breadwal LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Pvt. Pankey is a 1971 graduate of Elkhart Com- munity High School, Elk- hart, I11. PAPER TOWELS MOVING? Send the News Your New Gabatoni's! Famous for Hot Beef Sandwiches! Beauttd Gas Light Dining Roo i Carry Out Orders - Pizza for your Fre 300 E. Lam Ph. 528 - 96'29 Factory authorized @I off reg.price BRICK Pr. = at '" SO EASY TO APPLY... ; Apply mortar to the all- - - Slide brick or =tone into place- - - Apply coat of ZSealer and th it--- th .60 cents pw square foot. We have Dler'.W  stock . . But thlW should go fast s0 come eady Fieldstone - white Inca . used Inca old ch jolt0 Inca red Come in and Register for your choice of s Swag Lamp to be given away December 4. ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. phone 792-3260 mt. pulaski III. ,,. RED JONATHON "="="'" ' s.o,,,.o.,s,,.- .. =. ,,, v,,,,, ,iifk00o37 c=. ICE CREAM ,,o coup00. Need,, 000000TrPOTATOES lb. O00[NGE DRINK *,I ILICIII Harlwig - Sleag or ,,op ,, TOMATOES lb. 39, BAKING HENS lb. 51c s. HOME 5TAJP$ WITH PORCHASE OF WHITE SEDLESS s m FOLGER'S GRAPEFRUIT  89c =,e,. m. ov. ,, 2 ' Heinkel l WASIt llm  Sa. a:)V.  CiE Skinless Wieners POTATOES 10 lb. 49 ,,, ARMOUR GOLD BAND - " " " " " . '--  Jar - =oc..,..,..,.,, 89  _ BREAD MIXES  =*** i' P-HOME ,TA$ Ready t0 Serve / alE30 ,oo ,,- w,,, ,,c,,, oF  lb. (t ' 2 *" " SCOT J com cmm FBH ARMOUR STAR - PAN SIZE GROUND BEEF 15. 69c Lean - Boneless Beef RUMP ROAST 15. $1.15 Comt Sle SAUSAGE lb. 49 (No Coupon Needed) BACON lb. Wislo. Italian Rose' SALAD DRESSING JOAN OF ARC KIDNEY BEANS W'lLD13TNESS CHERRY PIE FILLING PHn, M3EUPHD CREAM CHEESE 3 0" I1.M She =o. S00-"1.69 MILK ENNEDY' FOLGER'S IGOOD THRU , $1.25 WlTEUT COUPON 51.S 1{5.. WITH PURCHASE OF GOLD STAR BONELESS HAM (No Coupon Heeded) i SHOP AT NOllE $TAltPS Wl TII PURCHASE OF PRESERVES (No Coupon NeededJ COCONUT ,, =. s 59c Suawlle  .ndwich COOKIES =,. s=, 4, KETCHUP ,.s 29 Monday thru Thurtty 7:3 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. FRID,Y 7:30 A.M. to 8."00 P.M. SATURDAY 7:30 A.M. to 8:30 p.M.