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00oA, o c 16 1971 ii . By Rebecca Drake The community's sym- /athy to the family of Mrs. Orena Opperman, .o , ;ed away Sunday morning. Sympathy goes, too, to Dr. James Borgerson, on the bereavement of his mother, Mrs. Mbel Bor- gerson. The Chestnut Com- munity Christmas Choir will present a concert of Christmas music Sunday afternoon, December 19th at 2:00 p.m. at the Chest- mlt Grade School. The -,.)-voice choir is being directed by Mr. Shockley Flick, a junior at Lincoln Christian College, major- ing in Music composition. Accompanying the choir is Miss Debra Hacker, also a student at LCC. Come, hear traditional Christmas music sung and let the choir lift your Christmas spirit. The concert will be presented free of charge, however, a free will contri- bution will be taken to defray expenses incurred. Miss Cheryl Stoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll, is home from Western Illinois Uni- versity on quarter break. Mr. and Mrs. David Donnan returned last Sat- urday from vacationing in Key Largo, Florida. Their son, Eric Stieninger was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis, Rick, Lori, and Jerry for the duration. The public meeting of the Chestnut Centennial met Wednesday evening at the Chestnut Grade school at7:00. Mrs. Gladys O'Bery conducted the busi- ness meeting. Treasurer Alvin Rentschler reported a balance of $1204.23 in the Chestnut Centennial Corp. Fund. Clifford Leimbach ex- I ! I I plain'ed the" Charter of the Centennial Corp. and that it was set up in the charter that residue funds after the Centennial were desig- nated to the Chestnut- Beason Park District and that the motion made at the previous meeting, re- garding this issue was in error. Therefore, Mrs. Ida Wurth, corrected the mo- tion, stating that the funds go to the Chestnut-Beason Park District with the stip- ulation that the park dis- trict building be built here in Chestnut. Mrs. Betty Koenig seconded the mo- tion. Bill Howe also added that the Boy Scouts be an alternative recipient. This motion was seconded by Fred Stogdell. Ida Wurth reported that the Lutheran Church will host a traditional German Dinner, seed family- style for $1.75 during the celebration. They will also have souvenier menus available. Mrs. Jean Stoll, Enter- tainment Chairman, an- nounced that plans are being m',de for a Para- chute Team to perform during the celebration, as well as a singing trio, and a band. Mrs. Betty Koenig showed a sample of the history books that will be sold. Ollie Letterle, Conces- sion Chairman, reported that Ride and Food Con- cessions are lined up with rides donatiag 25% and Food 15% in to the Corp. Fund. Alvin Rentschler re- ported how antique and Flea Markets are operated for the benefit of those attending. Dallas Knoy, Chairman of the Brothers of the Brush, announced his com- mittee: Rex Buehler, Fred Stogdell, Joe Hunter, By- ron Bahn and John Troyer, I I I I el le H. HERDERT F. LEHZ and DR. LOUIS W, C. LENZ GLASSES PRESCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSES HOURS: 9 N. t S P.M. Except  9-11 Phone 732-6062 518 Broadway L.INCIUl, ILUIIOI$ L i FOR SALE Red DooF Restaurant On The ? Square.!n Mt. Pulaski, III. This newly remodeled reslauram is off- conditioned mad is equipped with new stainless steel equipment. Ira.go seining ca;mcUy ImmedioSe pomulon REASONABLE ----TERMS E. L. Rothwell Tele. 799. -5792 .Mr. hu, Tll. II I II I I II I Rules for the B of B's will be established by January Ist. Betty Beaver, Chairman of the Chestnut Centen- nial Belles announced her committee: Virginia Sch- midt, Ethel Buehler, and Marilyn Chandler. She then presented the fftrst membership pin to Gladys O'Bery. She also present- ed Alvin Rentschler the lust Centennial Souvenier pin. Dallas Knoy present- ed co-chairman, Clifford Leimbach, with the first B of B's pin and will pre- sent William Baker with an honorary pin. Reports were also given by Faye Donnan, Arts and Crafts; Clifford Leim- bach, Insurance; Orville Heft, Parade. Bill Howe, Finance Chairman, re- ported that $272.18 pro- fit was made from the Thanksgiving Raffle, held Nov. 19th. Jesse Ruth Stogdell announced the formation of the Kitchen Band, to meet Tues., Dec. 14th at her home. After the meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler showed movies of Chest- nut in years past, which were interesting to many there. Attend the Alumni Dance December 18 The Alumni member- ship now stands at 435, including another two generation family: Mrs. Maxine Campbell Down- ing and son, Michael Schultz, Class of 1965, and daughter Denise, Class of 1968. We are continuing the member- ship program, so it is not too late to join. Mail $t .00 lifetime dues, with your correct address, and name, and year graduated to: MPTHS Alumnf Associa- tion, Rural Box 98, Chest- nut, I11. 62518. Just a reminder that the Alumni Christmas Dance will be Saturday night from 9:00 to 1:00 at the Eagles Lodge, Lin- coln. Tickets are $5.00 a couple and will be sold at the door. The Echoes IV will be providing the music. Come out and have a lot of fun. The Eagles recently remodeled their building, providing more space, new restrooms, an auxiliary bar, and a lovely decor. So, get up a group and we will see you there. The public is invited. Sell it with a Classified Ad. The Logan County Abraham Lincoln Heritage Foundation board met at the Mount. Pulaski Court- house Shrine Thursday, December 2nd. Mrs. Annie Buckles, custodian at the Shrine, took the members on a tour of the court- house whose rooms have recently been renovated. Bob Sherman, of the State of Ill. Department of Con- servation, who was in charge of re-doing the rooms, was also present and told of the various things he had done to up- date the rooms of the courthouse. Les Sheridan, President of the Foundation, pre- sided at the business meet- ing. Light refreskmaents were served. School Board and I would like to the people who the of the Referendum the people committees and door-to-door. A special ni predation to who was Central nlan. Actually, all in the S should be for their exce out, regardless they voted yes ot think we ed. that we have future and that children. The Board of Joseph Kafka, Gabatoni's! Famous for Hot Beef Beautitul Gas Light Dining Room ! Carry Out Orders - Pizza for you, 300 E..Lauml Ph. 528. 9629 Miracle Prices are Everudau Savings/  is ALWAYS... USDA CHOICi - IXTRA VALUII 11HMMI \\; Chuck Steak - 75 Pot Roast - 85 USO OeOl OOSION VY Pot Roast - 95 Creme ,- Roast00- eNkm Ckk W - 95 Morsels ,,---   Iin rs so tndyl Eisner Foil ""'* ,.**y o.. 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