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6-TIMES-NEWS (bit. Pulaski, RI O THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1971 7, A. mICES HELD TUESDAY, OV. 3 Riley A. Newland, 79, of 1616 E. Main St., Deca- tur, Ill., died at 1 1:40 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19, 1971 in St. Mary's Hospital. Funeral services were at l0 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1971 in St. James Catholic Church. Visitation was from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday at Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home in Decatur. There was a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. Mr. Newland was born in Foosland, the son of William and Mary New- land. He was a member of St. James Catholic Church. He retired from Norm's Camera Shop where he had worked for 14 years. Mr. Newland ran a custard stand in Mt. Pulaski for a few years. Surviving are a brother, Hanson Newland of Miami, Fla2; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Bentz and Miss Elizabeth Newland of Iowa Falls: Mrs. Iowa Kelly of Clear Lake, Iowa. One sister and four brothers preceded him in death. LATHAM CENTENNIAL TO SPONSOR PRINCE AND PRINCESS CONTEST Girls and boys who will be 15 years of age before January 1, 1972 and 18 before September 1, 1972, and live in the Latham Fire District are eligible to enter a Prince and Princess Contest for the Centen- nial. For applications, con- tact Mrs. Dorothy Potter, Box 42, Latham, I11., 62543. Applications must be in by November 30, 1971. The Prince and Princess will be chosen sometime in January, 1972. SGT. DONALD HINDS RECOGNIZED FOR SPECIAL SERVICE The article listed below was published in a Viet Nam newspaper. Sgt. Don- ald D. Hinds is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Hinds, Williamsville, 111. "591's loss is the 526 Engineer Detachment's gain, or so was the case recently, when Sgt. Hinds went from his job as main- tenance supervisor for 591, to the 526 Detach- ment (U), at Phu Bai. Upon his arrival with the 526 he faced a 56% deadline ratio on his ve- hicles. And in his short time with them, that fig- ure has dropped to 5.2%, a fantastic achievement. Sgt. Hinds came to us from Co. D, 1st Maint. Bn at Fort Riley, Kansas, and has been in the Nam now for almost two months. He has certainly built a reputation for him- self already as a fine NCO and Motor Sergeant." mCH 1t1'H AITENDED MEEIIN'G IN MISSOUI Rich Schroth, President of the Western Illinois Uni- versity Park and Recreation Society, recently attended the Illinois Park and Recrea- tion Conference at Stouf- fer's Riverfront Inn, St. Louis, on November 17, 18 and 19. Dttring the conference, he attended extensive ses- sions on tax rates and levies, revenue facilities for parks and a study-tour of the Urban areas of St. Louis, East St. Louis and Granite City. While at the convention, he was chosen acting chair- man of the Student Illinois State Parks and Recreation Society which has approxi- mately 925 students from all colleges and universities in Illinois. Rich is a Junior Parks and Recreation Administra- tion Major at Western Illi- nois University, Macomb, Ill. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroth of Mt. Pulaski. MR. AND MRS. ED BUEHLER, 227 Peoria St., Lin- coln, Illinois will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anni- versary with an open house Sunday, November 28, 1971, from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church, Chestnut, Illinois. Friends and relatives are invited. The former Ella Boehm and Mr. Buehler were married Nov. 29, 1921 in Lincoln, Ill. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. John (Edna) Gustafson. and Mrs. Thomas (Dorothy) Komnick, Emden, I11. They also have three grandsons, Paul and James Gustafson, and Lee Komnick. The couple re- quests no fts. **** Cowan, George Mlspach, Louis Voile. and the only Greg Howe. Tom Martin. girl from the chapter was  Glenn Shanle, Danny Becky Musick. "LETS Shanle, Terry Allsopp, ********** FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES November 19, 1971 No. 2, Cyrulik-Stratton 52 No. 5, Holmes-Holmes 51 No. 9, Jackson-Steinfort 49 No. 6, Bigelow- Zimmermann-Lake 46 No. 4, Potter-Purcell 43 No. 3, Hunter-Morris 42 No. 1, Shull-Davis 41 No. 10, Leesman-Wmchel 38 No. 7, Spear-Jackson- Gibbs-Utterback 33 No. 8, Marten-Lock 25 M. Ind. Game. A. Potter, 213; M. Ind. Series. B. Holmes, 550; W. Ind. Game, H. Cyrulik. 182; W. Ind. Series, H. Cyrulik, 496: Team Game, No. 10, 638; Team Series, No. 6, 1770. HILLTOP LOAFERS Monday, Nov. 22, 1971 Cyrulik Bros. 52 Lincoln Land Agency 46 Howe Auctioneers & Ins. 44. Fire Dept. 41 Statd Furniture 40 Welcb's Chargers 39 Custom Builders & Int. 36 Stahl Hardware 31 Hilltop Bowl 27 F.S. 27 ind. Game, T. Trago, 247: Ind. Series, M. Cyrulik, 600; Team Game, Howe's, 938: Team Series, C'rulik's, 2558. MIRACLE PRICES l " 12': Tomato Soup , c. CREST T,,,,. , -. 74 TlOf ,,-. 81 =,=----.-,o 11 Mod Sat , o,.,. ,__..,o. ,.. 76 Baled Ill ,... Pumpernickel EACH UNIVERSITy FFANews By Mick Shewmake. On November 18th the FFA Chapter of Mt. Pulaski Twp. High School, went to New Holland-Middletown for a judging contest in which Mt. Pulaski and the eighteen other schools had ten contestants. Even though the contest was over that day, the contestants will not know who won. LATHAM CLOVERETTES The Latham 4-H Clover- ettes met Nov. 15 at the Latham Community Bldg. Honor awards, pins and seals were handed out. Christmas articles to be sold were distributed. Recreation for the ev" ing was planned by J Gasaway. Tami Maxheimet, Reporter. OPEN HOUSE MOLL'S LAWN & 6ARDEH CENTEI! nt. 121 MI. Pulaski Duane & Charlene Shanle. owners SAT. NOV. 27 8 A.M.. 4 P.M. SUN. NOV. 28 1 P.M.. 4 P.M. COME HAVE COFFEE WITH US & SEE OUR SELECTION OF: Live Christmas Trees Landscaping Shrubs Grave Blankets - Christmas Wreaths Flowers & Potted Plants Hand Made Ceramics REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZE EACH I)A A Miracle Price"700'00 00ou:' SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THItU NOV. 310 FROM ALL THE FOLKS IN EISNtRUt! slgnlflcm'e of Ttkvlg, oll folks  Elmer Food Storm wish to exprms their appreiatlon for your Menclip, onfldem, and patronage ls b/yeor. FRESH LEAN HILLFARM VAC PACK FRESH SLICED TEXAS JUMBO $00n,sh ALL V|ll HILLFARM EISNER CASCADE The judges are going over Pork Potato French Canned 2% . the contestants choices of g the livestock., & Beans Chips Fries Pop Milk Mt. Pulaski s contestants III' 8' I! " were Scott Cowan, Mike MT. PULASKI ), ROTARY CLUB J Commends the behavior d our youth J i J during Halloween and thanks the J PSI -QUA $1 ,, /fl00rllofourlooaipoll'Offll"alsand 'GE NRP, F'R FNNIIR  m v =   nw v MOUNT till