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ll_ e and Charlene | invite all their -, |: ,, in the community ""] I:l,ltl Open House at Lawn Garden / |/,." on Route 121 in | | llaski, Sat., Novem- / | 27th from 8:00 a.m. [ I |'bP.m. and Sunday, / |i_ er28th from 1:00 held Friday evemng at 7:00 at Dot and Vern's Chestnut Cafe for the Thanksgiving 20-lb. tur- key, won by Dorothy Balm; 10-lb. ham won by Margaret Pharis, Decatur; goose won by Jerry May- field, Kenney; and the duck won by Ray Richner. The Raffle was the first money - making project sponsored by the Finance Committee for the Chest- nut Centennial. Over 300 member. The next meet- ing will be December 8th with luncheon at the Ho- tel Lincoln and visit of Karen's Floral Art Shoppe afterwards. The Lutheran Ladies Aid Society gave a pro- gram at the Mary Henry Nursing Home Nov. 18th. Ladies who participated in songs and skits were: Mabel Buth, Adelia Down- ing, Fern Maus, Elizabeth Kiliman, Margaret Kirch- over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Doty, Cowden, Ill. Hap- py Anniversary to Rich- ard and Connie on Nov. 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. AI Ha_.sse- brock and Tammy and Robin spent the weekend in St. Louis, visiting the Arch, the Art Museum, Plantetarium, and Jeffer- son Memorial. They ate dinner on the Golden Rod Show Boat on the fiver TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, lB.) THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1971- I11.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robinson, Bethany, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wick- line, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cramer and Lisa, Lincoln, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young, Monti- cello; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young, Jr., Champaign; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Gar- rett and Karen, Gays, Ill.; Mrs. Wilma Startz, Tim It pays to advertise in the Classified Ad Section! iii i [TaenMo-tltt] STYRENE CEILING TILE Snow white color. Con- trasts beauti- fvlly with ! I Na- to 4:00 p.m. The |..'s recently purchas- raffle tickets were sold. ner, Goldie Meyer, Helen Mr. and Mrs. Bunnie /Mtu, Thank you to all who Opperman, Anita Rentsch- Murphy hosted a Thanks- i | business from Mr. | i_ Mrs. Walter Moll and made this first endeavor let, Helen Rentschler, giving dinner Sunday. Dorothy Schroth, Eda Those attending I ime you in ro look a ?aSd Mrs. Nelson Stoll, Jean Stoll, Norma Russell Young, Towleo re:, ski; Roger, Allan | ntr new stock Ill.; Don l Shanle and Bill Lock, Jr., sons Eddie and Stoll and Verna Stoll. Young, Sullivan, Greg Murphy. |, co-chairmen of the Shawn, visited over the The monthly meeting I Committee for weekend with her parents, of the Lutheran Ladies Aid DAN i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bur- will be held at 1:30 on Chestnut Centennial OE E  dock, Wheaton, Ill. December 2nd. The topic i Itions such as: Lions, I !., Jr. Woman s I !, St. Woman's Oub, I !/ , Rotary, .otemal ! i--'aaizations, school or- I I00?on00, Depts., I |LPlease send them a ! ! of their events. I l "  enable commit- i I for the Centennial ! [nten tins  .u nd Ya  I 00-Prevent "nflicts. I Ik"W request this infor- l L i! from all surround- Ia,.ramunities, also: ' E' Beason, Kenney I I.a' Mt. Pulaski. If I  etary of each or- I on would assist in I il'a- eavor, the co-chair- I I tu that all local or- Congratulations to Mr. for discussion will b'e and Mrs. Edward Buehler 'q'he Multitude of Fish". on their 50th wedding an- Election of officers will niversary November 29th. be held. There will be a They plan to celebrate silent auction Cookies for with an Open House at the State School will be the Zion Lutheran Church packed at a later date. next Sunday from 2:00 John Paul, infant son to 4:00 p.m. of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Meyer, Beason was bap- The Chestnut Unit of tized during worship ser- Home Extension met at vices at Zion Lutheran the home of Mrs. Wilbur Sunday morning. Spon- Smith November 17th at sors for John Paul were 10:30 a.m. with eight Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll. members present. Roll Call News of your Thanks- was "The Best Thing That giving must be in by Tues- Happened To Me In 1971". day for next week's The major lesson, "Crys- column. talline Cookery", was giv- John Troyer and Alan en by Mrs. Alvin Rentsch- let with the help of candy I Roos returned Sunday greatly appre- samples from the Chest- evening from a deer hunt- ing trip to Alton, Mis- I  yYo r,- coop.eration. u12PnnHomemaee  souri. Alan got a 8-point o urgamzauon s . . buck but John just got a I  f vents as soon at noon. Mrs. Emil Kih- _ , , . I dwings for the sm enr i s ath SMe t aide oTnLead TSC ttrCn i a aMh P .htr d / NOTICE OF / i SPEOIAL SCHOOL __ELECT!ON ..... / NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Saturday, the l lth 1 ter designated in Community Consolidated School District Number 34, and Sangamon Counties, Illinois, for the purpose of voting upon following proposition: and Jim, Lockport, Ill.; Betty Startz, Nauvoo, I11.; RexAnn Handlin, Mrs. Irma Murphy, Mt. Pula- and Easy to instalI-A housewife "do-it-yourself'" project, Featherweight-Glues directly to sheetrock and plaster ceil- ings, or may be stapled to suit- able base. Competitively priced-Cheaper installed because It eliminetes furring strips. Shall the Board of Education of Community Consolidated School District Number 34, Logan and Sangamon Counties, Illinois, build and equip additions to the existing Grade School Building of said Dis- trict for such purpose in the amount of $925,000? For the .pjpose of this deetion, said School District shall into two voting precincts with the boundaries of each such votin s and the polling place therefor being as follows: PRECINCT NO. h Comprising all of the territory of Community Consolidated School District Number 34 of Logan and Sangamon Counties, Illinois, lying South of the Mt. Pulaski-Elkhart Black Top Road and West of the ML Pulaski-miopolis Black Top Road, excepting any of the incorporated area of the City of Mt. Pulaski, illinois, for which the piling place shall be the Lake Fork School, Lake Fork, illinois. PRECINCT NO. 2: Comprising all of the territory of Community Consolidated School t N 34 of Logan and Sangamon Counties, IBinois, not included within the boundaries of Precinct No. I, for which the polling place hall he at the ML Pulaski Grade School, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Voters must vote at the polling place designated for the precinct within which they reside. The polls will he open at 12 o'dock Noon "on the day of and closed at 7 o'clock P. M. of the same day. By order of the School Board of said DistricL Dated this 16th day of November, 1971. EDWARD ALLSPACH, President MILDRED BROUGEITON, Secretary. To The Mu= Ol lte ROXIE & gO. aad IuzdaT uighls at I:SO P. I CHANNEL CATFISH Served on Wed. aad Fri. latting al $:00 F. M. i ii i i I We llre nw l)king l)arti fr the hlidays I i i i i Winter's gate l)h. 672 - 3511 Wbm'g ,IlL , i , = , Moistureproof-Can be used in bathrooms, baseroents, or damp places. Pa intable-Washable- Inmdatn See your building supply dealer today n LUMBm CO. Mlr.  II.t,/NOll Check your gas flame. It may be trying to tell you something. If the burners on your range are clean and properly adjusted, the gas should burn with a clear blue flame and a sharply defined inner cone. If there are traces of yellow, the burner holes may have become clogged with food particles and 'should be cleaned. If the yellow persists, burner adjustment may be necessary. Keeping your gas range operating efficiently improvea its performance and saves gas -- which saves you money. Afl all, why waste a good thing? .. where ideas for better living begin .7. i:!