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December 9, 1971

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Chalet Chestnut Corn- Christmas Chorus with 25 women and 10 men. Mrs. Downing has been Rebecca Drake, accompanist for The Chorus is for a Christmas to be presented December 19th P.m. at the Chestnut Church. Next date is Saturday, llth at 1:00 at the Lutheran basement. O'Bery con- another public Wed. December 7:00 .m. at the School for Chestnut More informa- Will be available next Minister at Zion this past Sun- night was Pastor Kirchner, nephew E. Kirch- Sermon was en- and Mrs. Raymond Saturday from a two-week With their son and Mr. and Mrs. Doug, and pe, Ariz. and Mrs. Michael little daughter, Was dismissed from Lincoln Memor- Sunday, fol- about with trachea- much news this I guess everyone is from their holiday and easy this week. sure to give me a your news next Chestnut - Beason Legion Post and hosted the an- party for for the Troop No. 125 families Mon- Dec. 6 at the Grade School. affair was very well with eighty per- present. Tom Lowe a Court of Honor the supper. badges were to Keith, West, Shanle, Steve De- Rick Travis and ltaley. class badges awarded to Michael Terry Allsopp, Plleee 792-S418 Robert Saulsberry and Luke Vradenburg. First Class badges were a arded to Dennis Shull, Kevin West, and Richard Van Rheeden. Camping, hiking and swimming merit badge was awarded to Richard Van Rheeden. Cooking merit badge was awarded to Robert Saulsberry. Patches were presented to Senior Patrol leader, Doug Graff and Ass't. Senior Patrol leader, Kevin West. Rattlesnake patrol lead- er, Michael Lowe and Ass't. Rattlesnake patrol leader, Robert Saulsberry. Scoutmaster Lowe gave a report on the many activities that the troop had participated in during the past several months. A gift exchange was held and the Legion pre- sented treats to all present. AUSTIN NTm.WS--. Dec. 6. Busy Bee Club had a Christmas dinner in Magill Hotel in Clinton Thursday with nine pres- ent. (H.A.K. had to miss it.) S. S. attendance 25, for church 19. Guests were Mrs. Harold (Pat) Alsup, Michael and Brent Johns- ton of Forsyth Estates. The leaking water pipe from Parsonage to church was dug up Friday and new pipe installed, some repairs in pump, etc. Sorry to learn of serious illness of Homer Crubaugh of Kenney area, is in hos- pital in Clinton. Some read in Bloomington paper Mrs. B. C. Dutton is in hospital again in Gibson City. Home Bureau meets Dec. 14 in fire house in Latham, potluck dinner, gift exchange, time to pay dues, etc. W.S.C.S. potluck supper Thursday p.m. in the Church. (Can have water at least.) Mr. and Mrs. Marion Alsup, Carol of O'Fallon and Mrs. Harold (Pat) Al- sup attended on Dec. 3 graduation ceremony at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., where Harold had been in basic training. He has now been transferred to Fort Devens, Mass., where he will attend school in the Army Security Agency. Will be home for Christ- mas. Pat returned to Ma- comb Sunday afternoon. SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 mmun hd00d, Ul. DANO| Winter's Cab 671 - 3511 Wlmmudtll, HL Well folks the gas furnace (so tall) was de- livered about 11 a.m. Thursday. At 11:30 came Carl Pense, Ross Ferrill and his man with load coal; at 1:30, Clarence Rau came to get leaves off porches and valleys and to patch hole in shop roof (good thing didn't go to B.B. club dinner). Win. Heft and son, Tom, worked all day Saturday installing furnace, had it running by 4 p.m. Do we like it? Not yet. No heat unless fan runs which is disturbing. All say you'll get used to that (we hope so). A mixture of weather, rain, froze ice few nights, some fog, moon light nights, then be cloudy by 11. In 30's and 20's. Sun- day 37 Jog and mist and sprinkle'. "Monday, 40, rained all night, fog too, so is wet. The Arnold Galloways of Olney spent Nov. 25 with the Arthur Gallo- ways. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Alsup, Mrs. Mildred Ru- berg and H.A.K. attended the Charge Conf. at Ken- ney U. M. Church Sunday night. Ten of K. were present. Dist. Supt. Patti- son presided after the opening service. This is his last year as Dist. Supt. Pastor Tim said Mr. Cru- baugh died afternoon to- day. Sympathy to all. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Miller, Marianne and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller of Macomb, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Miller and Mrs. Glenn Bradshaw and Mrs. Lois Kiick of Decatur were guests of the William Kurds of Downers Grove for Thanksgiving Day. Keep them 0 going If anything happens to you, your family is almost sure to have financial problems--unless you have enough life irtsur- ance to see them through. How much is enough? That depends on a lot of things--the size of your family, how old your chil- dren are, whether you have a mortgage. I can help you figure it out. Let's sit down and talk about a policy that'll keep your family going if you're not around. Give me a call soon. Your Compames . Agent C .rgig A. Dopp Lincoln, Illinois Tickets for the Second Annual Alumni Christmas Dance are now being sold. The Dance is only one week away, so get yours soon. Tickets are available from John Tendick, Re- becca Drake, Carolyn Powell, Marilyn Schaffe- nacker, Kent Anderson, Loren Meister, Jerry Max- heimer and Hank Buckles. Other Alumni selling tick- ets are Ed Schaffenacker, Allan Schaal, L.K. Buckles, Larry Cyrulik and Dolores Maxheimer. The Dance will be held Sat., December 18th from 9:00 to 1:00 at the Eagles Lodge, Lincoln, Ill. Music will be by the "Echoes IV". Tickets will be sold at the door also. Drawings will be held for the Alumni coming the farthest to attend and the lucky ticket number. Tickets are $5.00  couple. The Board of Education of Mt. Pulaski High School No. 28 met Monday, De- cember 6, 1971. The Min- utes of the last meeting were approved as read. TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1971-5 Bills for November were checked and approved in- chiding a partial payment for tennis court repairs. Tennis court acceptance and final payment will not be unti the summer of 1972. Adult courses to be of- fered after January I, 1972, were approved and plans were made to offer as many as possible to community adults. The request of an in- dependent basketball team from Mt. Pulaski to use the old gym was approved and regulations were es- tablished. Pictures were taken of the board members for the school annual. The next Board meeting will be January 3, 1972. MAC & MARGE SPAULDING INN Fea/uring Jack Collins and R51ftSm Beys 1:. & SAT. STARTS AT 8:00 P.M. SUN. 2:30 til ? Give your furnace a breather. Change its filter. Your furnace works hard for you during the cold winter months. Why not do it a favor by making its job a little easier? Change its filter at regular intervals. Of course, your furnace will still operate with a dirty filter, but not as effectively. So, to insure dependable and efficient service from your.furnace, change its filter regularly. You'll breathe easier for it. mm r00mv ... where ideas for batter living begin