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(Mount  nL) TIIORSDAY, IANUAIff 5, 1961 JOZ-m sR. 1960 IN COLORM)O Mrs. John Rames, Sr., a long re,dent of Springfield, IlL, the death of her hus- left a few years later for Colo. to make her home where she died on Sunday, 25, 1960, according to word in Mount Pulaski a few ago. No further word has received that that this news- can print a complete Funeral services were and burial was made in the cemetery. Rames was born in IAn- Ill. a daughter of Samuel l lltkl_n Guttery and Lizzie J. Guttery. During the 1880's her father was superintendent of Logan county schools. She grew up in her home city and aft- er her marriage to John Rarnes, Springfield to reside. ). Rames was a sister of the Fred W. Meister, of Mt. Her son John, came to from Springfield and here at the Meister home for y while attending the Pulaski township high from which he graduated. the present time John is liv- Casper, Wyo., where he is of the faculty at the Wyoming. is also survived by Henry, with whom she home. opinion: Private opinion noise enough to at. converts. We  ptea yew' duebles wh FARMBtS AUTO " Ali.2 P foe R. Moore INSUIU00CE Stetistics Of Logan County Here are a few statistics for Logan county for the year just closed, 1960. 16 out of 23 inquests intd deaths in the county were held for victims of traffic mishaps according to Coroner John Barry. U3. 66 continues to lead in the number of traffic fatalities in the county each year. Four deaths occurred on that route; two on! U,S. 136; two on Route 121; one on Route 54; one on a Chestnut Street; one on a Lincoln street; one on a farm; and two on a Bmadwell township gravel road. Other deaths investigated in- cluded two from drowning, three suicides, one by asphyxiation in an apartment in Mount Pulaski where a fire broke out, and, one in a timber accident involving a. bulldozer. County Clerk Leonard McCann reported at the courthouse in Lin- coln that 278 marriage licenses were issued in his office during the past year. June was the high month with 37. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES CHORUS TO MEET JANUARY 10th The Sil-Tennial Belies Chorus twill meet Tuesday evening, Jan. [ 10, at 7:30 for rehearsal. J This is the last practice before [ singing for the Junior and Senior Woman's Clubs combined meet- ing Friday, Jan. 13 at 7:30 p.m., so it is hoped that there will be -a good turnout. Mrs. Julian Sams is director. HOSPITAL NEWS Austin Opperman, living east of the city, was admitted to the ALM hospital, Lincoln, on Friday, Dec. 30, for surgery. Everett Brooker of Elkhart en- tered the ALM hospital last Fri- day for medical care. Erich Hein of Chestnut, was dis- missed from ALM hospital Mon- day, Dec. 31, after a week's stay there. Mrs. Pearl Waddell was ad- mitted Dec. 31 to the ALM hos- pital for medical care. Raymond Kusterer entered the ALM hospital for surgery, Mort-! day, Jan. 2. Mrs. Troll Turner was admitted on Monday to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, for examination and lhedical attention. STATISTICS OF LOCT. FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR YEAR 1960 --2TY-- Alarms ........................................ 21 Fires ............................................ 14 Loss ...................................... $8,585 Rescues ........................................ 1 Lives Lost .................................... 1 RURAL-- Alarms ........................................ 10 Fires ............................................ 7 Loss ...................................... $18,050 Rescue .......................................... 0 Lives Lost ............................... :.. 0 There were fewer fires but greater loss both in city and rural for 1960. Fritz Lipp, Fire Chief. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Tomlinson Siding Farmers Cooperative Com- pany will be held in the Elevator Office, Mount Pulaski, Ill., on January 28, 1961, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of other business which may come before the meeting. Louis E. Sehafer, (1.6) Secretary. NOTICE APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED Applications will be accepted for Janitor's position at the Chest- nut Consolidated Grade School District #10. Application forms may be obtained from the Sec- retary, Clifford Leimbaeh, at the Bank of Chestnut. Board inter- views will follow. The position will be open as of March 15th, 1961. All applications must be Wed with the Secretary by February, l 1961. Salary will de- pend on skills and qualiflcations. Clifford Lelmbach, (1-12) $eemry. NOTICE! By provisions of existing ordin- ances, every owner, possessor, or person who harbors or keeps any dogs within the limits of the city is required to have such dog reg- istered in the office of the City Clerk and pay the required fee, and every dog so licensed shall have a collar around his neck with the registration tag attach- ed, and every dog found in the city without such badge shall bg deemed an unlicensed dog and shall be disposed of by the City Marshall or other police officer. It is the duty of the City Mar- shall to cause every owner of any dog who has not paid the license fee to be prosecuted, and all dogs found running at large in the city and wearing no badges, and for which no owner can be found, up- on reasonable inquiry, shall be slain by the City Marshall. All persons who come within the provisions of said ordinance are notified to comply with the same forthwith. The City Council. i Legion Aux. Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening in the Le- gion Home for their regular meet- ing. Mrs. Ellis Downing gave a report on the Christmas baskets. There were 29 baskets delivered by the Legion. Those who donat- ed and assisted in packing bas- kets were members of the FHA, Junior Woman's Club, Senior Wo- man's Club, Fire Department. I.O.O.F., Salvation Army, South Side Club, Rotary Club, Jabez Capps Barracks, Lions Club, American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Frank Hutchison, reported that 14 boxes were filled with donated home-made candy and !distributed to disabled veterans at the State School in Lincoln. Mrs. Karl Dittus and Mrs. Frank Hutchison, were hostesses for the evening. Administrative Job At Buena Park, Calif. R. Thomas Tyre, of La Mirada Calif., son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCarthy, of Mt. Pulaski, has been appointed to the posi- tion of Administrative Assistant in the city of Buena Park, Calif. Mr. Tyre is a graduate of Western Illinois University, where he re. ceived his degree in Education. He taught for two years in the La Mirada school district. At the present Mr. Tyre is working to- ward his Master's degree in Pub - l lic Administration. He was employed by the Call. fornia State Personnel Services prior to his appointment by City Manager, Vince Erdelyi. Mrs. Tyre is the former Patricia McCarthy. LT. TROY REYNOLDS, FORMER CHESTNUT RESIDENT, DIED LL Troy Reynolds, of San Diego, Calif., and a former Chestnut res- ident, died Nov. 25, 1960. He was 67 years of age and was born near Chestnut, the son of Lecca M. and Jasper N. Reynolds. He was a nephew of the late Fran Laughery of Chestnut. LL Reynolds was a member of the San Diego Chapter of the National Sojourners, the Retired Officers' Ass'n.. the George A. Dental Lodge No. 764, A.F. & A.M., of Illinois, and the Kensington 'Community Church. Lt. Reynolds is survived by his 'widow, Lillian, of San Diego; a daughter, -Mrs. Marjorie Phillips, W. S. LITERARY UNIT MEETS NEXT TUESDAY MET ON TUESDAY The Literature Unit of the Wo- man's Club met on Tuesday even- ing, Jan. 3, at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker. Mr Eu- gene Kretzinger reviewed John Noble's book, "I Found God In Russia." Mr. Noble was a prisoner in a Russian Slave Camp and tellsl a vivid story of those years, and bow his faith in God brought comfort to him and to those whom he was privileged to bring the word of God. Mrs. Kretsinger was privileged to hear a talk by Mr. Noble a- bout his book and she gave a very good review of his story. The next meeting will be at the of Missouri; a son Lt. D. C. Reyn- home of Mrs. Oswald Brookev on olds, USN. and four grandchild- Tuesday, Feb. 7 with Mrs. Fran- ren. Funeral services were conduct- ed at the Johnson Saum & Knobel Mortuary and burial was at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES HAVE POTLUCK The Sil-Tennial Belles me1 Thursday evening, Dec. 29, at the Legion ttome, holding a POtluck supper. Though the crowd was small, those present had a delic- ious meal and a nice time. The next meeting Will be Wed- nesday, Jan. 25, at 2 p.m. at the township library. All Belles are urged to attend. If meetings are well attended, more enthusiasm will be shown. There are three new members, Mary Havener, Margaret Waddell and Anna Hassebrock. cis Myriek as reviewer. SCHOOL LUNCHES FOR IKN13'ART 9 to 13 e Monday . . . Sc Goulash, buttered corn, apple sauce, bread and butter. Milk.  a Tuesday . . .  vi Meat salad sandwich, mashed  ti potatoes and butter, celery stick, peach half.  h Milk Home-made vegetable soup, h crackers, peanut butter sand- wich, apple crisp, th Milk Thin.lay... is Turkey and dressing, green beans, mixed fruit, bread and H butter.  v Milk ti rrid... Fish stick, s potato salad, pears e in gelation, bread and butter. Milk S4LE SALE 2S% Reduction ON BROKEN LOTS OF YOUNG MEN AND MEN'S SHOES 20% Off On LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES 20/0 Off On BOYS' POLO SHIRTS Long and Short Sleeves Sizes 1 to 18 50o/o Off Jewelry 250/0 Off CHILDRENS AND LADIES D00ES DOUD'S CLOTHING and SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Douds" MOUNT PULASKI, ILl. Little by.little adds up to a lot Every.-pay-day deposits in your savings account plus interest compounded regu- larly, will soon add up to "what it takes" t(; make a cherished dream come true ! Systematic saving is the key to successful living. T:y it ! Join the ranks of systematic savers here ! Set your sights on a worth. while objective . . . the schedule your saving to achieve it ! i !lllll I li THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mount ]Pulaski, Illinois \\; d th t f el d A L t e