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'TWO Huston In Decatur , ; Eli Delbert Huston, former well resident of Mount Pulaski, who located in Decatur a number of years ago, where he owned and manager of the Square Deal market, 545 North Water street, at 3:45 a. m. Friday, Jan. 3, 1941, in his home at 1553 North, street, following an ex- illness. He was aged 71 10 months and 28 days. Mr. Huston was born Feb. 5, 1889, in Latham vicinity, several mflU southeast of Mount Pulaski eing a son of well known Logan county pioneers, Mr. and Mrs. .James Huston. In Lincoln, Illinois, 14, 1894, he married Miss Yo'rtle Rebecca Sims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Sims of his old home community. After farm- lng in that locality for a number o years, he gave up that occupa- tion, and the family moved to Mount Pulaki, where he was iden- Ufied with the business interests for ome time. They then located in Decatur. His wife preceded him in death Nov. 297, 1936. Mr. Huston was a member of the Kniglts of Pythias lodge in Itham for 40 years. He is survived .by one daughter, Pauline, wife of Jack Doran, De- catur; and one sister, Mrs. Lavina Pdmaway, Latham. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday, Jan. 6, in the Daw- Son & Wikoff funeral chapel, De- catur, and burial was in Graceland cemetery, tha city. A number of Mount Pulaski and 1atham relatives and friends at- tended the funeral. jOHN LACIENMYER DIED IN CAI2[FORNIA John Lachenmyer, 77, a former resident of Logan county, died at his home in Artesia, California, near Long Beach, at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1940, according to word received in Lincoln by his -other-inqaw, J. A. Bucke. Decedent was born in Chester townLhip Jan. 14, 1862, a son of Joh and Magdalena Rentschler \\; Laehenmyer. Following his mar- rlage to Aaelia Bucke of Lincoln. he farmed for several years near the county seat, and then located in California. ide his wife, he is survived by four daughters and four sons; and the following sisters and bro- the: Mrs. John Damarin, living north of Mount Pulaski; Charles and Miss Lena Lachenmyer, of Lincoln; Wiilian Lachenmyer of Mercedes, Texas; Adam Lachen- myer of Orlando, lffornia; Mrs. Rosa Bock, residing in Nebrasla; end Mrs. Ralph Lambert of Ven- ture, California. Burial services were held and burial made in Artesia, California. We Are A Walgreen Store Visit Us When in Lincoln FEOEIIBACHEIrS Lincoln  Pulaski St. A.F. LIPP INSURANCE mm OF ALL KINDS MOUNT PULASki NEW MOUNT PULASKI, O18 THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, FORTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Birks, who live six miles south of Mount Pulaski, observed their 40th Wed- ding anniversary Tuesday, Dec. 24, 1940. A poem was dedicated to tlem in honor of the event, with due respect to the unknown auth- or of "Katie Lee and Willie Grey," as follows: Two bright heads with eyes anew, Two young hearts so brave and true, Two bright faces terlbly blushed, Two pairs of lips so suddenly hushed, Happy boy and girl were they Forty years ago today. Standing whore the breezes blow Where the rippling waters flow, Standing by the winding brook Bending life a shepherd's crook. Half in thought and half in play, Forty years ago today. They had cheeks like cherry red, He was taller, 'most a head. She with arms like verea'-s of snow Swung a basket to and fro, As they loitered 'half in play Forty years ago today. .Pretty Jennie," Herbert said, And then there ame a dash of red. "Boys are strong and girls are weak," And tien again a flush of cheek. "And I'll carry, so I will, Your big basket up the hill." Jennie answered with a laugh, "You shall carry only half." Then with a shake of her bright curls, "Boys are weak as well as girls." Then up she started bright and gay, Forty years ago today. Do you thing that Jennie guessed Half the wisdom she expressed ? Men are only boys grown tall, Hearts don't change much after all So they started, half in play, Forty years ago today. It is strange that He.bert said, Then again a dash of red, "Life is but a slippery steep Hung with shadows cold and deep." But he didn't get his way Forty years ago today. Will you trust me, Jennie dear, Walk beside me without fear? And I'll carry, so I will, All your burdens up the hill." And they started on their way Forty years ago today. Close beside the winding brook Bending" life a shepherd's crook he still answered, with a laugh, "No, but you may carry half." So they each did have their way, Forty years ago today. Still they carry up the hill All their burdens with a will, And still she anwsers with a laugh "You may carry only half,- As she answered light and gay Forty years ago today. Joyce Bowers, Dec. 21, 1940 HELIX)! HELLO! ELEPHONE OPERATORS REMEMBERED The operators employed by Mount Pulaski Telephone and El- ectric Co., were again remember- ed with gifts at Christmas time by a number of appreciative pa- trons and friends, and they are very grateful and wish to thank everyone. Following is the list: Mount Pulaski Telephone and Electric Co. Myers Bros., Frank Talmage. Frank Horn & Sons. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Cox. C. F. Schafer Hardware Co. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman. Sclmhl Funeral "Home. Times-News, Harry J. Wible. Orville-E. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey. Roy Carter. Mount Pulaski Appliance Co. Connolley Drug Co. Veil's rodery. F1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sams. First National Bank. Sheets Funeral Home. Dr. and Mrs. George S. Con- nelly. Virginia's Beauty Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Fred Holmes. FIREMEN HELD FIRST MEETING OF NEW YEAR The Phoenix Fire Department of Mount Pulaski, the city's 55- year-old volunteer organization, held its first business meeting of 1941 in the city hall headquarters last Friday night, Jan. 3. There was nothing of importance in the session, only regular business. Oscar W. Mayer, clief, reported that during 1940 the department answered 31 alarms in the city, and the loss from fire was ex- tremely low, amounting to $421. There were also 10 calls answered on account of fires in the country or neighboring towns. BASEBALL PIgEIER TO ATTEND MEETIN HERE Tlie next regular meeting of the Lutheran Laymen's League of Zi- on Lutheran church, sqll be held in t church at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 14. A special guest will be Walter Beck of Decatur, who will give a talk. Mr. Beck is a mem- ber of the pitcKtng staff of the Philadelphia Phillies. At the close of the evening's activities refresh- ments will be served. B KRS. NANCY A. GREENIN DIED IN DlgCATUR Mrs. Nancy A. Greening, 80, formerly of Dawson and Cornland, died Thursday, Jan. 2, 1941, at her home, 1045 North Monroe street. Decatur. She had been a resident of that city for 36 years. I Mrs. born Dec. Greening was 31, 1860, near WilliamsvilIe, San- gamon county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks. In, 1888 she married Zachary T. Greening of Cornland, who pre- A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln, Ililnois. ceded her in death. Mrs. Greening was a member of Lhe Central Christian churelX and the W. C. T. U, Decatur. She is survived by one daugh- ter, Neina Greening, Decatur, and a step-daughter, Mrs. O. E. Hall, Mechaniesburg. One daughter, Ruth Greening, preceded her in deatl Funeral services were held at 3 p. m. Saturday in the Monson fu- neral chapel, Decatur, and inter- ment wa in Fairlawn cemetery, that city. CHRISTLN CHURCH J. Wayne Staley, Pastor Bible School at 9:30 a m. What a wonderful book is the Bible, Coming doom from the Fath IVll above, For it tells not alone of His gio ]But it tells of His wonderful lovYd Church serJces at 10:30 a. m.EBy Behold tly King cometho unOyd , thee.--Matt. 21:5. chair ! an NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of th gan, ss. --lUary In the County Court of Sace CIRCUIT COURT B.[LIFFS County: In Probate.  and , NAMED L&ST FRIDAY In RE: Estate of May Connt ] Ded. Martin Dougharty, former chief The undersigned Administrat LU of police in Lincoln, was named of the Estate of May O'Conn The bailiff of the Logan county air- deceased, having been appointeton as such by the County Court  - cult court last Friday bY Judge Logan County, Illinois, and Frank S. Bevan of Atlanta. Mrs. Ethel Coddington of Atlahta was reaplointed woman's bailiff by Judge Bevan. They reported for duty Monday when the petit jury appeared in court for trial service. Mrs. Hattie Layman, numbered among the sick for two weeks, is now much improved. duly qualified, hereby gives notice that the first Monday February A. D. 1941, the same ing the 3rd day of said month, the claim date in the estate said deceased and that claims be filed against said estate on before said date without of summons. LOIS SCROGGIN ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Tomlinson's Siding Cooperaitve Elevator com- pany will be held at the City Hall in Mount Pulaski, qlinois, on Sat- urday, January 18, 1941, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the year and the transaction of such other and further business as may come before the meeting. WILLIAM H. LEIMBACH, Secretary. (ZRD OF APPRTION I am very grateful to my many friends who so kindly remember- ed me with gifts, flowers, letters and cards while I was a surgical patient in St. John's hospital, Springfield, and wish to express my sincere thanks. Miss Barbara Phinney CARD OF THANKS We are deeply grateful to the many friends and neighbors who were so thoughtful and kind to us during the dea'h of our loved one, Clarence Tomlinson. Elmer Tomlinson and Cousins. Distinctive FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE II HERSHEY HOME Phone 83 or 90 kdB malt. c Feokt 1 GARMENT We Live Our customers llke to I|ve . . dress well . . . Ioofwell. That's why tEev prefer our -Jean- inq. It not only cJets tee dirt, i destroys tee cjerms. Thelr  : ments are cleaner and stay -ger . Ionqer when cleaned by us. Theno e 2,s One Week Spe January 10-11 , PLAIN DRESS, SUIT: S I AND TOPCOATS" DELUXE CLEANED 2 for $1 '11 MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER CALL