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m.) AY. IxNuY Is. msl MENTAL HEALTH MEETING IN LINCOLN MlYffJ00 ON CIVIL BOARD Mueller, local CD Di- was re-elected to board Illinois Area Civil Council at a meeting Jan. 15, at Bloom- There were about 160 CIACDC consists of about minois counties. This was held jointly with Division of the USCDC States Civil Defense Parldns of Galesburg was president. Larry Shroyer, of the organiz. was elected to the board seminar was held from 10- member on the panels Richard L. Jarvis of Mich. He is a of Mrs. Blanche of Guest speaker on the occasion of the annual meeting, Monday, Jan. 30, of the Logan County As- sociation for mental health will be Mr. David Donald of the Di- vision of Instructional Services from the Office of the Superin- tendent of Public Instruction. Mr. Donald is a Supervisor in the Special Education Department and is specially assigned to the area of the mentally handi- capped. This meeting will offer an op- portunity for association mem- bers, school personnel, and lay people of Logan county to become better acquainted with the field of Special Education and par- ticularly education for the men- tally handicapped this area be- mg one of considerable concern to most folks in our country. Mr. Donald will, in his discuss- ion, deal with the objectives of a well-organized educational pro- gram for the mentally handi- capped and will also present the steps necessary for setting up a program of high standards which will meet the approval of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and meet a pressing need for an educational program designed to serve the several children of Logan county who are mentally retarded. The meeting will be held in the at 12:15 p.m. which Gem Don Carleton speaker. is to be the host next CIACDA meeting be held in April. that Mt. Pulaski a marked improvement time as most direct- towns seem to think we had the explosion see where Civil Defense to use. Mount Pulaski administration building at Lin- in its progress with coln College at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 30. Defense program. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for, by any- one other than myself. Jeff Wolcott LUNCHES FOR 23 to 27 barbecue on buttered bun i and french dressing; Ap. Cake. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2201 NOTICE is hereby given to all and beans; Buttered caul- persons that Monday, the 6th Apple salad; Bread and day of February, A. D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Oscar Edward Curtis, deceased . . now pending in the County Court chilli; Ceackers; of Logan County, Illinois, and butter sandwich; Mixed that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issu- ance of summons. casserole; Buttered i Kathryn Curtis. gelatin; Bread and Administrator. LELAND SIMKINS, Attorney. and spaghetti; Egg sal- Buttered green lima Peaches. SERVICES JAMES DOWNEY A. Downey, of Onawa of Chestnut, Ill., Thursday, Jan. 5, 1961 age of 91 years. of MY. Downey in the Times-News of Thursday, Jan. 12 with services were held at Saturday, Jan.7, in the i home at the Rev. Paul R. John- Monona Lodge No. was in charge. was then brought to Ill., arriving at ftmeral home Sunday a second funer- Was held at 1:30 p.m. 9 with the Rev. pastor of Chest- Church, in charge. in the Laenna cem- of Chesut. o T X C E ual meeting of the of the Mt Pulaski r Co. will the office of the com- January 25, 2:{}0 o'clock P. M. for of electing directors one year, and for of such business come before the (1.19} BREEDERS OFFICERS in Lincoln Wednesday the Logan Coun- Breeders Ass'n. held election of officers, Merle Key of Cornland and Henry Peifer route Lincoln as secre- treasurer. ........................ - ............ MOTHER OF FLOYD LETTERBOX ....... - ......... .................. KELLY PASSED AWAY FORMING COUNTY GLEE CLUB Mrs. Lillie Kelly, 72, of n'oU- January 16, 1961 ton, Ill., died in the Boyd Me- Dear Harry: morial Hospital in Carrollton, on A newly organized men's chorus Friday, Jan. 13, 1961, after a short to be called the Men's Glee Club illness. Death was caused from a of Logan county, will be having heart attack. She had visited in a meeting this Thursday, Jan. 19 Mount Pulaski at Christmas time at 7:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Cham- with her son, Floyd and family. ber of Commerce office, 123 N. Her son had gone to Carrollton Kickapoo, Lincoln. A club of no to see her the day she passed less than 60 men representing the away and had left the hospital whole of Logan county, will be- for home about 15 minutes be- gin rehearsals on Thursday, Feb. fore her death. He did not know 2nd. We, the temporary officers of her death until he arrived at and committee, know that men home. who like to sing seldom have the Decedents husband, Fred Kelly opportunity of singing in such a preceded her in death in 1917. She club. At the same time we also was born on a farm near Carroll- know that everyone enjoys hear- ton and had always resided in lng a good men's glee club. that area She is survived by We are asking you, as a man twin sons, Floyd, of Mt. Pulaski who likes to sing, to meet with and Lloyd of Norwalk, a suburb us this Thursday evening and re- of LOs Angeles, Calif.; one dau- present the other potential mere- ghter, Miss Emily Kelly; four bers from the Mt. Pulaski area. grandchildren. If it is at all possible please at- Funeral services were held at tend. Should you know of another 9:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16 in St. man from your area w, ho would John's Catholic Church in Car. be interested in our glee club, feel rollton, with burial in the Cath- free to bring him along, olic cemetery, there. We will look forward to seeing Atending the funeral from Mt. you this Thursday evening for a Pulaski were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd short meeting. Kelly and sons, Jim, Joe and John. Sincerely, The Committee Lou C. Horton Rich Branom Jim Camp Don Splain Paul J. Hauffe Dave Hargrove Dr. Earl Swan Omer Potter LATHRM FJdRMERS GRAIN CO. MEETING JANUARY 25th Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Stockhold- ers of the Farmers Grain Com- pany of Latham, Illinois, will be held at the office of the company. Wilbur J. Wednesday, January 25, 1961, at Dr. Dale Sunderland 1:30 o'clock p.m., for the purpose Clyde Camp :of electing directors for a term of Paul Rankin three years and the transaction of such business as may legally come before the meeting. (1-19) HLL WHEELER IS PATIENT AT ALM HOSPITAL Bill Wheeler. Recreational Di- rector at the Tomlinson Recre- ation Center, and swimming in. structor at the pool, has been a medical patient this week at the ALM hospital in Lincoln. During his absence, swimming classes have been taught by an effici- ent corp of local life guards. Toes: What you must stay on if you want to keep well heeled. WHERE 00_00DOES g, DIFFERENEE Logan Co.s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Since 1883 BROADWAY & KICKAPOO . LINCOLN, ILL. LENZ00 FORK GIDE SCHOOL NEWS nMS The next Lake Fork grade school basketball game will be played at Lawndale, starting at 8 o'clock. One more round of games will be played in the Class B Dixqsion. The 7th and 8th graders will have a party and dance Jan. 27. The high school boys from Lake Fork, that attended Mount Pulaski high, defeated an aggre- gation of Lake Fork Old Timers, 37 to 33. Brad Welch and Cheri Welch have been awarded perfect spell- ing pins. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Frank D. Horn and Lillie M. Horn to'Charles Eugene Donnelly and Edith Donnelly, by joint ten- ancy waranty deed, lots 82, 83, and 84, in Obermiller's Pulaski Heights Addition to Mr. Pulaski. 9 FEBRUARY UNIT lVlZETINGS.. Local leaders will meet all the units during February giving the major topic "Health Practic- es for a Happy Family", after having been trained the latter part of January by Miss Pauline Brimhall, Health Education Spec- ialist. This lesson should be of interest to all homemakers, there- fore, they are urged to attend their unit meetings during Febru- !ary. Short features will be selected by the units and presented by local leaders. Learn to swim, the life you save may be your own. Don lt Let This Nice Weather Fool You! Winter isn't over and you motorists will be smart if you come in for a mid-winter check- up before cold weather hits you again. HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski. IIL DR. HERBERT F. LENZ DR. LOUIS W. 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