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'aG'z six ..... SmT.S S I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schmidt, living between Mount Pulaski and Chestnut, are parents of a daughter, born Thursday, Jan. 25, in Decatur and Macon County hospital. They now have two boys and two girls. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCurry of Cornland, are the parents of a son, born in St. Clara's hospit- al, Lincoln, Thursday, Jan. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Huelskot- ter of Beason, are the parents of a son, born Friday, Jan. 26, in Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. A son, first child, was born Monday, Jan. 29, in St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bertsche of Mount Pulaski. Thb mother was form- erly Miss Lorena Durchholz.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buckles of Mount Pulaski vicinity, are the parents of a son, born Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1951, in St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln. Their first child. The mother was formerly Miss Irma Jean Baker of Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Letterly of Beason are parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Jan. 31, in St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. WILL MEET IN LINCOLN MONDAY, FEB. 5th Another meeting, probably the last before formal reorganization, will be held Monday, Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple in ' Lincoln, for the purpose of ex- plaining White Shrine of Jerusa- lem affairs, and to answer all questions pertaining thereto. A cordial invitation is extend- eel all Eastern Star members and Masons in the District, which in- eludes, Mount Pulaski, Atlanta, [ Elkhart, New Holland, Chestnut, and other surrounding towns. The speaker will be Carl R. Funk, Deputy Supreme W.C.S., White Shrine of Jerusalem. PURCHASES PROPERTY Walter Warren, manager of the Chestervale Elevator Co., between Mount Pulaski and Lincoln, has purchased from Mrs. J. M. Ruth- well, the property at the end of West Jefferson, occupied for sev- eral years by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gasaway and family. Mr. War- ren will make improvements to the two-story frame residence as soon as possession can be given. There are three lots.  CARD OF THANKS We deeply appreciate the word% of sympathy and the many acts of kindness extended us dur- ing our recent bereaevment, the loss of our darling baby, William Robert Miller. The Family. THE MC)UNT PULRKI TIMES. NEWS. MOUNT PULRKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAT, FEBRUARY |, JOHN B. INGRAM, Graveside Services GEOR LAKE FORK NATIVE, For Miller Infant DIED DIED IN DECATUR William Robert, infant son of F o r Y o u r John B. Ingram, 67, rural route 3, Decatur, Ill., retired Wabash railroad conductor, died at 1:55 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1951, in the Wabash hospital in that city. He was born July 16, 1883, in Lake Fork, Ill., a son of Samuel and Malinda Ingram. During the year 1908 he married Alta Buckl- e of Lake Fork. Mr. Ingram was a resident of Decatur for many years, and a Wabash railroad employee for 35 years. He retired from the rail. road in December, 1948. He was a member of he Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Besides his wife, he is surviv. ed by one son, Kenneth, of Peoria Heights; two sisters, Mrs. Em- ma Litterly of Onawa, Iowa, and -Mrs. Otto Allison, of Mount Pu. laski; three brothers, Arthur, of Assumption; Dexter, of Riverton; and Samuel, of Minneapolis, Minn.; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1, in the Monson funeral home in De. catur, and burial was in Grace- land cemetery, Decatur. HOSPITAL NEWS * Mrs. Jacob Stoll of Chestnut entered Deaconess hospital in Lincoln last Thursday, for medi- cal treatment Frank Van Fossan returned home last Thursday from St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, where he had been a patient several days. Eugene Stoll of Chestnut en- tered St. Clara's hospital last Thursday as a medical patient. Miss Cozette Rothwell was ad- mitted to the Deaconess hospital last Friday for medical attention, She was dismissed Saturday. William Opperman, North La- fayette street, was removed to the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, in the Schahl ambulance last Friday, for medical treatment. FREE SUNDAY PAPER| St. Louis Post.Disp=tch will be given wrlv FREE Sunday at the East Side Snack Shop, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller of Artesia, Calif., was born Wednes- day morning, Jan. 24, 1951, and lived only eight hours. The remains, accompanied by the father, arrived by plane in Springfield at 9:35 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, and were removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski. At 2:30 p.m. burial was made in the Mount Pulaski ceme tery, graveside services being conducted by Rev. Verne Barr of Lincoln. Besides the parents, the baby is survived by one sister, Sandra, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Miller, Williamsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gulso, Mount Pulaski. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF DOROTHY DIERKEH Mr. and Mrs. Henry.Dierker, of i Chestnut, announce the engage. ment and approaching marriage of their daughter Dorothy to Neil Shaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shaffer, Marshall, Mich. Both are employed in Marshall. The wedding will take place this month. CANCER FILMS TO BE SHOWN IN LATHAM The Films, "The Doctor Speaks His Mind" and 'ro Save These Lives," will be shown in the La- tham high school, Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. A. F. Williams of Latham, will speak about "Cancer" fol- lowing the showing of the films. Eeryone invited. INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski i DR. S. GARD OPTOMETRIST will be in Mount Pulaski every Thursday, starting January 9.5, from 5 to 9 p.m. Office at Miss Rose Gulso's home, 307 So. Wash- ington. An appointment suggested. THOS. A. GUPTON. Sr. (Veteran of World War I) CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Between Hours of 12 Noon and 4 P. M. Georg I11., vo Nichols I Tesda from a" mg his Decec and Mr Years a laski v: the cit ed Mol and Li taught of his l the Cur Mr. ? ed for coal in Peabod He is One SOl A brott and tw Fun 1.p.m. ell fun Brial tery. FORM] MARRI Mr. , of Wa Mount the m Henrie Jewell, Jewell, Weddir on Sa Single formec Attend ents. The taffeta and ft SOries. The their t The MOunt tfillsb uniti P % %i!i!L ! POWER We usually think first of steam or electricity as the powers that mean progress for our economy. Yet these could not be without savings wisely in- vested in the industries that produce them. It is the function of your bank to help make your savings work for the good of all, while interest is also paid you on your deposits. FAR.MERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corporation Announcing.... The Opening Of A  Physio-Therapy & Health Service Office STEAM BATHS The proper prescription for losing weight and ridding the body of toxins. MEDICO TRONIC Very helpful in relief of sprains and stiff- ness of muscles and joints. GYRO-ORTHOPEDICS Troubled with foot and leg aches? Then you should use the Gyro.Orthopedie treat- ment, COLONICS For relief of constipation and ridding the body of wastes. GYRO-DUCING The right way to take off inches n spots or the entire body, VILALITONE This Service for the rheumatism and arth- ritis sufferers. TECA For fractures,  breaks, Polio, etc. A. C. HAWKINS 10 Private Treatment Rooms --Member of the Notional Medical Society 911 - $th STREET LINCOLN, ILLINOIS PHONE 274 X aor: heeD: 5th s tr 00CoL e CC ,i,!:/:/!il !ii:i: ,