The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on May 14, 1968 · Page 7
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The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois · Page 7

Bloomington, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 14, 1968
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l W 'Mr? ; V ft n.wM- l1 4 v -'4 7 . . : ' - i v fire MarsAa To Address Firemen lh Pantagraph 7 BloomlngtorvNormal, III. Tuai., May 14, 1961 rONTIAC - Illinois Division Fire Marshal Joseph Dfikman of the Qiicago Fire Depart- 'i . u , in a nui ovi merit win upeak at a joint session of the regional fire school and the McLean County Fire men Association monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in Pon-tiac. The workshop, at the National Guard Armory, Is sponsored by the University of Illinois and the Pontlac fire department. Puffy Potatoes Add an egg to that batch of leftover mashed potatoes; turn Into a shallow baking dish. Dot with butler and heat and brown en. tor really pufty potatoes, separate the cpg; add the yolk, then the well-beaten whle. ! ' f ' - ' ' ' i , . Mrs. Rufh MatMs . . . touches up one of her five portraits in preparation for Saturday event. Chanute AFB To H onor Five Heroes on Armed Forces Day RANTOUL Rededication of .hero who was well known in five major academic buildings the Champaign-Urbana area; will highlight Chanute Air Force Capt. Carl E. Jackson, first man Base's celebration of Armed i from Chanute to give his life Forces Day Saturday. in Vietnam; and 1st Lt. Walter E. Truemper, World War II Medal of Honor winner from The buildings will be named in honor of deceased Air Force heroes associated with the Central Illinois-Indiana area. They are Gen. Thomas D. White, former Air Force Chief of staff and son of a Rantoul minister; Lt. Col. Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom, astronaut and resident of Lafayette, Ind.; Lt. Col. William E. Dyess, World War II Aurora. Prd; Fly-0vr Other highlights of Armed Forces Day at Chanute's all- day open house will include a 5,000-man parade; a fly-over by jet fighters; technical displays in aircraft hangers; and dis plays of flight simulators, mis siles, jet engines and fuels in'the heroes in the respective. Armed Forces Day this year buildings named after them. celebrates the 21st anniversary band Mrs. Ruth Mathis of the train- of the Air Force as a separate the rededicated buildings. There will also be a concert by Chanute's Band of the Midwest, drill team! ""u " . . c,V. " iZ each service celebrated on exhibitions and a USO show.i"": Vl v'v i separate day. ..... 1 1 r H T 1 1 in i neutral ici emuiucs win tiusc a enc.Jing aids branch at Chanute has .... . - Smide a fivefold contribution to military service In the past HEA Unit Sets Decatur Trip MORTON (PNS) - The Mor-ton Unit 1 of the Homemaker's Extension Association has planned a bus trip to Decatur for May 22. The bus will leave from the First National Bank at 7 a.m. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Robert StiegliU or Mrs. Carroll Mangold. NOTICE Air condition your car for only $210.00. Complete Installation! This is a $269 air conditioner for $210. No hidden dim-micks. W Rmirt AU Ail Air Condilloarn Ward Full; Uaartatetd BAIRD'S All CONDITIONING A IADIATOI SIIVICI 309 W. Beaufort St., Normal, III. rhone 452-2975 Sentry even has roller skate insurance Doi your inurnc covr you if omeont slip on a roller skt and breaks a I'g on your front tep? If It doesn't you could end up paying a strainer 5 year' sa'ary in damages. Cet tha protection you need with Sentry instance for tha home. Call your Sentry man today. HALSWEARINGEN Box 321 Normal, III. Phona 452 2765 . 4r- SENTRYJJ, INSURANCE full day's activities. Relatives of the deceased 21 tt Anniversary When the services were com-' bined under the Department of heroes will be on hand for the dedication. Included in the ceremony is formal Installation of bronze plaques and portraits of A Chanute illustrator for near- i 1947. the second ly four years, she painted the;Sa(urday ,n May w deslg. portraits of the five heroes naled Forces Day. which will be displayed inside buildings bearing their names. i ' " " ' ' ft ';.': -i J 7! I - ' f - ' ' r ' , f ri-'i , .,. ' i - ' .-' , ' " - " ....; , ... '.i , , .- r .1. '.; r , .;, : ... ,. f r ,. i. 't . s - , -- - J - - h s V, r' V .;, 'lis : V'V ? - ' k - VJ a s 4 v " K p "t' ;'"'.' ' V hi . - " - ' . ' ' ' v's-' i i , ' , " , - A Forrest Woman's Club Chairmen Announced FORREST (PNS) Mrs. Ver-; federation art school; Mrs. Lu na Waechter, president of the!cjie King, music; Miss Burta Forrest Woman's Club, Monday announced her committee chairmen for the coming year. They are Mrs. Margaret Koehler, program; Mrs. Aldine Nussbaum, membership; Mrs. Opal Austman, social; Mrs. Lillian Tharp, revisions and bylaws; Miss Mabel Marlar, meditation; Mrs. Eva Jane Follmer, Crouch, literature and drama; Mrs. Hazel Metz, home life; Mrs. Gene Rieger, Park Ridge; Mrs. Kathryn Fahey, Lincoln Lodge. Mrs. Helen Hoke, youth; Mrs. Gladys Lindsey, international affairs; Mrs. Mabel Gee, public affairs; Mrs. Audrie Zorn, leg- community council represenw- , , , Mabe, stewart. tive; Mrs. Mary Stanford, com-Ln)im niptnrM. mriin nnrf fjio- munity improvement; Airs Pol-Lision; Mrs mWed Met2( na. ly Steidinger, float; Mrs. Vivian' tk,., ripfpns(, fln(1 vetprans: Broadhead, publicity; Mrs. El- Marie Kinate 8afetyf and sie Shambrook, scrapbook, and M Vivian Broadhead press ivirs. maruia nanuiwu, oum. relations. bar. ( Department chairmen appoint- j " 1 1 ti n ti Ix ed are Mrs. Hazel Karcher. con- "U,UUH servation; Mrs. Elvira Metz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goliwas gardens and beautification; , returned to their home in Wash- Oricll Mrs. Marie Helmke returned Saturday evening from a I months visit with friends in j Daytona Beach, St. Petersburg, Englewood, and Key West, Fla. En route home she visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Lanahan and family, Lake Forest. Mrs. Helmke resides with her sister- in-law, Mrs. Anna Robisky in Odell. , , .- : . iUifcai rA i " CT"! -i I ' ;V4 I 1 1 r m , u WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING! 1 TV (k APPLIANCE STORE 422 N. Main St. Bloomington Mrs. Tilhe Rieger, education; Mrs. Elizabeth Hoke, public education; Mrs. Anne Bach, arts and crafts; Mrs. Alma Haab, injzton D.C., Saturday, after spending several days with his brother and family, there, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Goliwas. Air Force Repairmen . . . shine Minuteman for Armed Forces Day. Air Force Photoi FEDDER'S CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 30,000 BTU's 5373 Value $492 HORIBER AN! North Main St. North of Normal NE Corner 1-55 & U.S. 51 Fireman's Auxiliary Changes Meeting KENNEY fPNS) - The date of the Fireman's Auxiliary's regular May meeting has been changed to Monday, May 20. It will meet as usual at the Ken-ney Fire Hall. The meeting date has been changed so as not to conflict with the revival meetings at the Christian Church. Band Boosters Plan Potluclc CORNELL (PNS) - The Cor nell Band Boosters Club will sponsor a potluck dinner at! 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Cornell; Community High School. There will be presentations of! awards to students who placed j in the various contests this 7b ""attention i farmers..-Small Businessmen... n,aon.ioonTreosers... -4 Individuals. Get information! NOW about f fcU-M AUTOMATED S A S H FACTS ... fiie modem-convenient and accurate way to keep financial records! Write, phone or call CORN BELT BANK EAST AND JEFFERSON STREETS BLOOMINGTON, ILtlNOI PHONE 967-6011 MEMBER F. 0. 1. C H ai ilii inn Me MWE G W GGafia Dili ttiOB 'Hi M DID ttl "(gDOl (DILI EMS." Prices of just about everything we use have gone way up since the "good old days" of 30 years ago. Everything, that is, except electricity from Illinois Power Company. Our electric rates have been reduced 40 since 1937. They've come down 10 just in the last 10 years. So how come your electricity bill is higher than "the good old days"? An average household today uses 700 more electricity than it did 30 years ago ! Your electric dollar today buys a lot of good modern living ... at prices lower than those of "the good old days". (That "4.6e" per KWH" tag on the electric light would read today). This decal, markinf Illinois' 150th year a stats, is avai'aWa it your IP off ica. It's fret. Just ilk. IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SERVE VOU BETTER ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY ' spring.

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