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Cross work, meeting in township[of Latham, died in Decatur and Of high t Macon County Imspital. school. 20--Central Rebekah Lodge No. J 6--The left leg of Willia m F. Year 313 celebrated 89th anniversary of I Stoll was fractured when kicked the founding of parent organiza- I by a cow on his farm east of city. tion. 1 7--Leland Simkins, lawyer, of 20--Over 400 persons attended iPeoria, opened law office here Dwight Green reception in spa- 1 above Farmers Bank. cious yard at Harry J. Wible 9---Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells home. I observed 45th wedding anniver- 21--}Lrs. Esta Cleo Walcer, 68, ]sary. widow of John Walker, formerly I 9---Miss Adelia Schultz, Deca- of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died tur, formerly of Mount Pulaski, near Chestnut. and Latham, and Donald Martin last week, here is some I 21--Wamen's Club held annual Decatur, were married in St. Lou-' information that cache to lsilve r Teat at home of Mrs. IAI- attention in looking over the lian Goetz, as first event of 1940- files: 41 club season. II -- ]Kiss Maxjorie Williams, 21--Miss Anna Marie Stach, Final Months Listed In This Issue Diego, California, and Ben Mount Pulaski vicinity, in Yuma, Arizona. M i as June Ridgeway, Pulaski, and Dale Boyd, married in St. Charles, ourl. 2g---Mi Emagene Buckles and ]Wtene Weckel of Mount Pulaski vicinity, married in Troy, Mis- Sourl. 2g--Otto B. Fuiten, 65, born near Lake Fork, died in portland, Oregon. 31 -- Mias Annabelle Dayhuff Louis A. Moore, Jr., Mount married in Bowling Mimouri. t 1 Annual -- Copeland family re- eld at home of Charles southwest of city. ng family reunion held In Chautauqua grounds. W 1--Descendants of Henry and . i. Elizabeth Kraus Horn held family in 'airview park, Deca- Springfield, and Cleatus French of French's Chapel vicinity, mar- ried in Springfield. 21--Miss Jessie Duff, Spring- field, formerly of Mount Pulaski, and Tyler Matney, SPringfield, married in that city. 21--M_iss Helen Luby, Chicago, formerly of Lincoln, and Samuel ouis Bertoni, Mount Pulaski, married in Seneca, Illinios. 22--Zion Lutheran church cel- ebrated annual MiSsion Festival. 22--Miss Dorothy Monroe, Ar- thur, and Wilbur C. Tracy, Wy- oming, Illinois, married in Metho- dist church parsonage, Mount Pu- laski. 25---Ms. Lydia Allison, 69, died suddenly at home in Latharm I 25--Miss Thelma Shawgo and Wilbur Shull, Mount Pulaski, married in Bowling Green, Mis- souri. 25--Started paving Route 161 slab from Cornland six miles to- ward Mount Pulaski. 27--Mount Pulaski Chapter No. tur. 466 Order of Eastern Star, cele- t lWilliam T. Miller, 35, of brated 40th anniversary of formal- Springfield, killed in auto collision ing of local lodge. on Route 161, one mile south of I 27--Mr. and Mxs. Albert Shell- Mount Pulaski. t hammer celebrated 40th wedding 1--Coats and Burcham families  anniversary at home northeast of i held reunion at home of C. W. I city. Ckmta in Lake Fork. 1 29--Ninth annual' Curtis ftmAly 1---roggin, Wyland and Mc-ireunion held at home of F, clward ]lilk families held reunion at!Curtis south of city. ihome of Thomas McCurry in 30- MLss Imogene Pollard, " -enchs Chapel community. I Staunton, and Don O. Leonard, r 2  Albert McKinney, former Mount Pulaski, married in New Mount Pulaskian, killed by fall London, Missouri, bridge in Oregon, Illinois. ] -Township high school began I OCTOBER new term with enrollment of 1801  Illinois Centrars atudents, largest in school's his-' --. . -- Daylight peciai passenger tram demolisl- try. ed truck of Jake French at cross- 8-Fuiten family reunion held in Lincoln park, Springfield. - Audrey Gilbert, Vin- ':' cenn, Ind., and Robert Abel, In- diapolis, Ind., formerly of Mount Pulaski, married in Hen- demon, Kentucky. 10---Annua2 Mount Pulaski Fall Flesta began five-day series of eventa on public square pavement, with large carnival as one of the attractions. l--Mias Elizabeth Lee Cour- y, Atlanta, Georgia, and Byron lout of Presque Isle, Maine, for- ratr Mount Pulaskian, married in l Bton, Mass. l--Miss Doris Schultz crowned queen of the I0 Mount Pulaski Fall Fiest l-J. V. Wright and daughter 1=by, of Vienna, Illinois, injured in auto-truck collision at Narita, fmlr m/les east of Mount Pulaski. 18---Mtm Hazel Stratton and ::: Dick WLlham% Mount Pulaski, married in Bowling Green, MIS- amtrt. 19---Members of Moun Pulaski Woman's Club and others in the townlp commenced new Red A. F. LIPP ing in e Fork. 3--Ladies' Aid Society of Meth- odist church celebrated 57th anni- versary of the ociety's founding. 4--Wiima and Welby Moore, Jr., twins, attained 16th birthday anniversary. 6---Everett William Holmes, 26, is, Missouri. 10--Miss Iona Kiick, Latham, and Robert Seefeldt, Mount Pu- laski, married in christian church, Latham. 12--Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards of this city. 12Miss Mary Ellen Shehorn, Lincoln, and Donald Deibert' Mount Pulaski, married in Bowl- ing Green, Missouri. 12--Miss Helen Mae Fleming, Decatur, and John H. Rolofon, of the Mount Pulaski Times-News force, married in Decatur. 13--Oscar Campbell, 67, living between Mount Pulaski and Illi- opolis, died in St. John's hospital, Springfield, following auto colli- sion evening before on Route 36 near Buffalo. I 13--Daughter born near Beason ito Mr. and Mr. Roy Clements, !formerly of Mount Pulaski. 16--Mrs. Mary ulso celebrated 81st birthday anniversary with family dinner. 18--Two hundred persons as- sembled in Zion Lutheran church to celebrate 20th anniversary of the paztorate o'f Rev. H. Wittrock. 19--Mrs. Helen Obermiller Har- 29---Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nieder- gesaess marked 55th wedding an- niversary. 29--Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Schafer quietly observed 49th wedding anniversary. 23--Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Eau- mann, former Mount Pulaskians, celebrated 50th wedding anniver- sary at home in Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. NOTAtIBER -Mrs. May LeMaster O'Con- nor, 75, widow of Al. O'Connor, died in St. Clara's hospital, Lin- coln. 3--Wilford Scroggin and Merle Handlin injured in auto accident near Riverton. 4--Miss Opal Jane Moore, 32, died at home west of Lake Fork. 5---Nicholas L. Hubbard, Mount Pulaski, re-elected State Senator. 7--August S. Combs, 78, died suddenly at home on East Chest- nut street. 9---Ocar Anderson, 78, of Chest- nut, died in Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. 9--Mrs. Mary Mayer, Mount Pu- laski's oldest citizen, observed 96th birthday anniversary. 10--Mrs. Helen Luhbaugh Rals- ton, 85, born in Mount Pulaski, died in Estherville, Iowa. 10Mr. and Mrs. John Lassen, daughter Marjorie, son Dallas, of Newcastle, Indiana, former Mount Pulaski residents, injured in auto accident on Route 36 near Baffa- lo. ll--Errol A. Ryan, 50, World War veteran, Mount Pulaski, died in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. i ll--Fred Alispach, 62, native of Mount Pulaski vicinity, killed in i per, 48, wife of Ward Harper, died auto accident in Los Angeles, Cal- at home after short illness. [from]a. , 19--Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. Med- i 12--W i 11 i a m Baker capps, ford quietly observed 23d wedding ] Mount Pulaski' oldest native bern anniversary. [resident, observed 94th birthday 20--Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mueller anniversary. celebrated 25th wedding anniver- sary with dinner in Methodis't church basement. 22--Kenneth W. Donnell, form- er Mount Pulaskian, died in Ken-i osh, a, Wisconsin. 24--Mrs. Lora A. Wilson, of Ba- ker, Minnesota, ,born near Mount Pulaski, died in hospital in Far- go, North Dakot 25--Two contracts let to con- struct remaining 12 miles of Route 161 slab from Cornland to Springfield. 26--Mrs. John McPhillips, 62, born near Mount Pulaski, died in Webster City, Iow Was form- erly Grace Maybelle Rigdon. 29--Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. ReinderS of this city at Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. 12--Miss Ruth Davidson, 38, of Latham, killed in auto collision four miles wet of Mount Pulaski, at intersection of Elkhart and Primm roads.. 14--Mrs. Elizabeth Gsaway, 88, DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS Saturday, February 15 FROM 2 TO 4 P. M. AT REGULAR POLLING PLACES FOR SUPERVISOR -- ASSESSOR TOWN CLERK -- CONSTABLE {2) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (2) Candidates names must be qiven to Townslip Clerk by February II, 1941 to be put on ballot. born near Mount Pulaski, home in Decatur. 15--Firemen extinguished on roof at home of Charles ler. 16--Charles Otto Henrict| 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. ( er, Henrichsmeyer living 7 '--- southwest of Mount Pulaski, ed in gravel pit accident nearU playing with two de i-- catur while sins. 21--Mrs. Arthur Ridgeway, 'H living 4 miles northwest of M Pulaski, died in St Clara's  f ay pital, Lincoln. 0 wit 21--Mrs. Robert Lee Holm p formerly of Mount Pulaski died at home in GettYu_ ity, South Dakota. nt 21Mis Hildegarde Wynelt horr Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Alvi t --- th (Conitnued on Page 11) jan --- --- %b =- o" -"- fo :to Distinctive " fro FUNERAL lon SERVICE ter. .an te AMBULANCE ep SERVICE ,te t" HERSHEY 'd: HOME ld i: Phone 83 or 90 pat.i '  nt. Dr. Margaret Lushbaugh e CHIROPODIST -- FOOT SPECIALIST I 420 N. LafayeHe St. PHONE ll. a Is your bank. account hibernating? SOME ANIMALS, such as bears, go to sleep for long periods. Some bank accounts do, too. If your account is slumber- ing, a deposit will wake it up. And regular deposits every pay day will keep it "on the go". tries : in sp 00sons. hoo] Mrs. yea] day, of 'clo] eral rs, 15, a *a K. M. ANDERSON J. H. STUART H. C. KECK S. S. PATTERSON Precinct Committeemen. The First National Bank Mount Pulaski, Illinois