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Y. ATWOOD CO , DIED William Yates Atwoed, a form- of Cornland, Ill., died 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, 1961 at his home in Granite City, Ill. the age of 76 years, 2 mon- ths and 22 days. He had been snow and suffered a i attack. Atwood was born Oct. 28, in Sonora, Ky., a son of and Cynthia Yates At- After reaching young man- he came to Logan county. Burchum of Lake Fork Atwood were married in on Dec. 18, 1939, and . preceded him in death Aug. 1945. Mr. Atwood was a car- and contractor, and had in Lake Fork, Buffalo and Cornland. He located City about 18 months He was a member of the church. Atwood is survived by one Mrs. Ethel Schrumpf, of City; and, two brothers i Hilleard Atwood, of also one step-daugh- Miss Louise Faysash of Ak- Ohio, one step-son William Bellflower, Calif. body was removed from City to the Schahl Funer- Home in Mount Pulaski, last afternoon, where funer- services were held on Tuesday, 24, at I p.m., conducted by Rev. John Horton of Cornland. hymns "The Old Rugged and "Beautiful Isle of " were sung by Papl Moore of Mount Pulaski, with accompaniment by Mrs. H. Stuart, also of Mount Pul- Burial was made in the Mount cemetery. Pallbearers Delbert Ford, G. R. Batter Raymond Lanterman, Carl Harry Peterson and A1- Johnson. 4 DAYS LEFT on our NEW SALE. Hurryl Jan. 31. We still have D sizes in Men's and Boys' J md corduroy pants Jackets. shirts. Hustler & Pao- Meu's and Boys" Store, ML IlL NOTICE Anyone having pictures of the g Dance, held in Dec- for the crowning of the etc., at that time, at the school, please contact Nancy or Ronald Stoll, as they these pictures for their year REBEKAH LODGE INSTALLS OEFICERS The annual installation of off: icers of Central Rebekah Lodge 313, was held Friday evening, Jan. 13, in a very impressive cere- mony. Officers installed were:- Noble Grand, Mildred Wilham; Vice Grand, Mae Robinson; Past Noble Grand, Ethel Downing; Re- cording Secretary, Mary Veech; Financial Secretary, Grace Baker; Treasurer, Marge Kuhns. Appointed officers are: Musici- fan, Nelle Vandevender; Chap- lain, Mildred Myrick; Warden, Lethia Drake; Conductor, Lucy Deibert; Right Support to Noble Grand, Frances Thornton; Left Support to Noble Grand, Hilma DePoister; Right Support to Vice Grand, Ethel Hutehison; Left Support to Vice Grand, Madge !Deibert; Inside Guard,'an, Mae Kretzinger; Outside Guardian, Bessie Kinert. The officers were installed by District Deputy President Mildred Maddox of Beason and her staff consisting of Deputy Marshall Lennie Hess, Clinton; Deputy Chaplain, Mary Kenning, Lincoln; Deputy Recording Secretary, Mary Veech, Mount Pulaski; Deputy Treasurer, Ruth Bidner, Lincoln; Deputy Warden, Mildred Myrick, Mount Pulaski; Deputy Financial Secretary, Florrie Larry, Clinton; Deputy Musician, Helen Kemp, Clinton and Deputy Inside Guard- ian, Leah Vaughn. The soloist for the evening was Maxine Schultz. The flag bearer was Donald Wilham, son of the incoming Noble Grand. The ] candles were lighted by Connie Shanle, niece of the Noble Grand. A corsage was presented to the Noble Grand by Leslie Thornton. At this time the Past Noble Grand Pin was presented to the retiring Noble Grand, Ethel Downing. WE TRANK YOU We wish to thank the cousins, friends and neighbors who help- ed Karl Bender during his long seven months of illness. The many hospital visits, the farm work all thru the summer, and then the preparation for the sale, and all thru the sale. We wish also to thank Austin Schaffenack- er for his daily care of the hors- es. Without your wonderful help, Boys, we could never have man- aged. This has been a thoughtful kindness we will never forget. John and Ruth Bender John and Harriet Bender Russel and June Rockwell Dorothy Bender Pauline Bender. WE HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD FRESH PORK COUNTRY SAUSAGE ........................ 43c lb. SAUSAGE .................................. 55c lb. 'IOK]) SAUSAGE .......................... 69c lb. H PICNIC ROAST ...................... 29c lb. SPARE RIBS - Meaty .......................... 43c lb. GROUND BEEF .......................... 3-1bs. $1.19 CUBE STEAK ...................................... 89c lb. MINIT STEAKS .................................. 59c lb. Custom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 1/z BEEF - Choice ............................................ lb. D QUARTER ............................................ lb. FRONT QUARTER ........................................ lb. Hours: 8 to S Monday thru Saturday 47c 55 43c MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI -:- ILLINOIS WEATHER Thur., Jan. 19. The sun and clouds played hide-and-seek most all afternoon with the clouds be- ing the victors. Snow flurries most of day and evening. North wind was strong and cold. Friday, Jan. 20 was a cold day with the temperature of 8 de- grees. A few snow flakes from time to time until noon when a real honest to goodness snow set in,_ and wind seemed to slow up !some. High temperature for this day Was 16 degrees. Begansnow- ing quite hard by mid.afternoon and continued into the night, and a strong northwest wind pushed it along, Saturday found a low of near zero and a high wind out of the northwest. Snow had ceased with approximately 1 left on the remaining white stuff of previous snow storms. Sun came out but the day was cold. Sunday found the temperature at the zero area again, with a daily high of 15 degrees. Around the supper hour another snow storm began leaving about Vz an inch of dry whiteness. Sky clear- ed by mid-night. Monday was another zero morning with the sky clear and sun shining brightly all day. The thermometer registered a 20 for high during the day. Winter is really upon us once again as the temperature stays near the zero mark most of the time. This Tuesday found the reading below zero again and the mercury was quite heavy and on the uphill trip only reached a few degrees above the zero mark. Sun was out but could do little to warm the atmosphere. A cold north wind kept the temper- ature low. Wednesday was much the same as yesterday but without the cold high wind blowing. The temper- ature hit the 5 below zero mark and climbed to a daily high of 14. The day was cold and clear. This Thursday morning found another layer of snow, approxi- mately 1 inch. The temperature was around 10 above the zero reading. Sun came out and was shining brightly as the paper goes to press. OSCAR J. BILLINGS DIED IN LINCOLN Oscar J. Billings, 79, of 151 Cen- tennial Court, Lincoln, Ill., died at 3:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, 1961, in the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, Ill. Decedent was born in Mount Pulaski township, near Lake Fork station, April 24, 1881, a son of George and Fannie Billings, and grew to manhood in his home community. In Lake Fork on Dec. 11, 1919, he married Nora Fuit- en. After leaving the home neigh- borhood they located on a farm near Emden. Retiring from the farm they moved to Lincoln. His wife preceded him in death on July 14, 1955. Mr. Billings is survived by one son, Everett, of Emden; a daugh- ter, Mrs. Alberta Matlock of Em- den; a step-daughter, Mrs. Ulferts, of Lincoln; three b ers, Lynn, of WilliamsviUe; of LeRoy; and Clyde of De_ two sisters, Mrs. Elsie M of Springeld, and Mrs. Fay / i strong of Chestnut; also, grandchildren. __4 The body was taken to the  land & Barry Funeral Home,  VC coln, where funeral services  - held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, J 22, conducted by the Rev. L. [ Appel, pastor of the First C ' fan Church in Lincoln. . p Interment was made in  =" Steenbergen cemetery, four southwest of Mount Pulaski. : ---CINDERELLA AND  GREENAWAY DRESSES at 1.i off. All children's oaluroT i lnter pray thes, grmUy  t duced. Hustom & Paolone  Lil AppareL Mr. PulmdcL J ] BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glea m of Elkhart, are parents of acla$ ghter, born Monday, Jan. 23, $i St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. i BUY NOW AT OUR * BOYS' CORDUROY PANTS * BOYS' AND MEN'S FLANNEL AND COTTON SHIRTS * BOY'S AND MEN'S WINTER CAPS WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF C)ATS and CLARKS CROCHET THREAD EMBROIDERY FLOSS SEWING SUPPLIES . HAIR NETS DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES THIS IS "FoUow The Crowds To Douds" MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD PLANS NO00! SPONSORED BY YOUR LOGAN COUNTY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Enrollment Dates--from Feb. 1 to Feb. 15 You may have the protection of these fine health care Plans on a group basis through your HIA...if you are under 55, live anywhere in Logan county outside of Lincoln, are self-employed or work in a group of less than 10 people. Enroll your wife, ff under 65, and un- married dependent children under 19 years of age on the family certificate. They will be entitled to the same benefits as you are. Get an application at HIA headquarters, Farm Bureau building, Lincoln...call Mrs. Amy Girdler, HIA secretary, 732-7326 Lincoln, for information...or contact one of the following volunteers: Aetna Township Atlanta Township Broadwell Township Chester Township Corwin Township Eminence Township Hurlbut Township Laenna Township Mt. Pulaski Township Oran Township Orvil Township Prairie Creek Township Sheridan Township East Lincoln Township West Lincoln Township MRS. HAROLD SCHMIDT MRS. ROY COLAW MISS THERESA MALERICH CHARLES GEHLBACH JOHN KEEST MRS. MERLIN WARRICK MRS. EVERETT MILLER EUGENE STOLL OSCAR HENRICHSMEYER MRS. KENNETH BURWELL JOHN RADEMAKER ELMER KRUSEMARK MRS. ED GINTHER RUDOLPH C. EBEL MRS. ELMER WILMERT Chestnut Atlanta Broadwell R. 1, Beason Middletown Atlanta Elkhart Chestnut Mt. Pulaski Beason Emden Emden New Holland Lincoln Lincoln HIA ! JOIN NOW...THROUGH YOUR BLUE CROSS Plan of Hospil Service Corp. BLUE SHIELD Plan of Illinois Medical Service Headquarters: Chicago, minois