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PA Robert Tribbett-- (Continued from page I) Burial was in the New Michigan cemetery near Manville, Ill. Funeral services were held in the Wagner funeral home at Streator, Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. Mariott 'pastor of the Congregational thurch. Mrs. Betty Hutchison sang two hymns, "The Old Rug- '" SS' ged Cro and "The Lord's Prayer." Attending the funeral from Mount Pulas!:i were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hargrave and daughter, Ann, and J. H. Stuart. PAUL V. SHELLEY INJURED IN ACCIDENT Harry B. Capps received a'let - ter Monday from his daughter, Mrs. Paul Shelley of Wichita, Kas., saying that the first of last week she had accompanied her husband on a business trip to Topeka. They had stopped their car at a highway inter- section a few miles out of Topeka and another driver crashed into the rear of the Shelley machine, throwing both out on the sides of the pavement. Mr. and Mrs. Shelley were taken to a hospital in Topeka where X.ray examin- ations disclosed that Mr. Shelley had sustained three broken ribs. a badly cut nose, and bruises. His wife received only minor in- Juries. They remained at the hospital several days before returning to Wichita. TO THANK YOU We're home! And now we thank you For the lovely cards and flowers They surely helped us out a lot To pass away the hours.. We have a darling daughter And we named her Helen Ann, This God sent gift from Heaven, Is a blessing here for man. Mrs. Paul Schmidt. and Helen Ann. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING ILD JANUARY 27 The annual meeting of the stockholders of Tomlinson Sid- ing Co-operative Co., with eleva- tor" on the Illinois Central rail- road, two miles northeast of Mt. Hta?ski, was held in the City on Jan. 27. The following officers were re- elected: Carl Schmidt, president; W.+D. Allsopp, vice-president; L. E. Schafer, secretary-treasurer. The directors are: Albert Shell- hammer, Harvey Davis, Benja- min Schroth and Fred Horn. : PANCAKE SUPPER TO BE SERVED IN CHESTNUT There will be a Pillsbury Pan- +. cake Supper in the Methodist church in Chestnut Wednesday, March 7. T] MOUNT  - NEWL MOUHT PULASKL ILLINOIS Graders Champs--- (Continued from page I) Mount Pulaski FG FT TP Turley f ........................... 1 0 2 O'Brien f ........................ 4 3 11 Kuhns c ............................ 1 1 3 Mitchell g ........................ 0 0 0 Rentmeister g ................ 1 0 2 Riedle g ........................... 1 2 3 Chestnut FG FT TP Totals 8 6 21 Lakin f ............................ 1 2 4 Bateman f ...................... 1 0 2 Williams f ........................ 1 0 2 Pharis c ........................... 0 0 0 Gardner g ........................ 0 0 0 Koenig g .......................... 1 3 5 Ollis g .............................. 1 0 2 Totals 5 5 15 Score by quarters: Mount Pulaski 10 13 14 21 Chestnut 2 7 11 15 HOSP!T00T. I00EWS Mrs. Floyd E. Buckles. a sur- gical patient for a number of weeks in Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. was removed to her home in this city last Thursday in the Schahl ambulance. Mrs. A. C. Kolp returned home last Friday from the Deaconess hospital. Lincoln, where she had been a medical patient the past two weeks. Mrs. Richard Talmage, regis- tered nurse, employed by Dr. E. H. Cox, entered St. Clara's hos- pital in Lincoln Sunday. Mon- day morning she submitted to a surgical operation. Nelson Doxvning, living north- west of the city, entered St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, Mon- day, as a medical patient. Hugh Mooney, south of Lath- am, is a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Decatur. Harry Wayne Milner, who was taken to the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln Saturday afternoon in the Schahl Ambulance. was dis- missed Monday. He received a broken nose and head injuries when, running with his sled while coasting, the sled rope be- came entangled around his legs and threw him to the ground. Mrs. W. D. Allsopp, northeast of the city, entered St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln Monday for surgery. Mrs. Dale Fuiten of Lake Fork was taken to St. Clara's hospital Tuesday for surgery. Mrs. Jacob Stoll returned to her home in Chestnut, Monday, after being a medical patient several days in the Deaconess hospital. GIRL SCOUT TROOP 21 MET TUESDAY, JAN. 30 Girl Scout Troop No. 21, met on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 30. in the Tomlinson Rec. The meeting was opened by the president, Ann Hargrave. followed by the Pledge to the Flag and the Girl Scout Promise. There is $19.11 in the treasury. Esther Goodman and Phyllis Biesemeier were on the recreation committee. Those appointed for the next meeting were Sonja Weller and Glenna McCarthy. An election of officers was held with the following results: Don- na Ayers, president; Esther Good- man, vice.president; Linda Stiv- ers, secretary; Son]a Weller, treas urer. After the busineses meeting games were played and work was done on our maps. ---Sonja Weller, Scribe. A. ]. St. Pierre D. C. CHIROPRACTOR X-Rays -- Nervo Scope Spinographg Analysis 120 N. WASHINGTON, ST. --: OFFICE HOURS :-- 9 - 12 A.M.. 2 - 5 P.M., Monday through Saturday Evenings By Appointment TEL 157 It Is Not True To Say "WE DID EVERYTHING POSSIBLE" Unless Chiropractic Was Included BURNS MID-TOWN INC. Phone 167 ON ROUTE 36 West Edge ELLIOPOLIS, ILL, AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE BUY A BETTER USED CAR NOW BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH 1941 Chevrolet 9-door 1941 Chevrolet 5-P. Coupe 1941 Ford Sedan 1941 Ford 4-door 1941 Dodge Pickup 1949. Chevrolet LWB - Clean 1946 Dodge 4-door 1946 Ford +Pickup 1948 Chevrolet 4-door 1949 Chevrolet 4-door COMPLETE STOCK OF CHEVROLET PARTS AND ACCESSORIES !! 60th Anniversary-- (Continued from page i) Beason: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Ruwe and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roos and two children. Bloomington: Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Hein and two child- ten. Secor: Irma Wolfe. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maxheimer and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheimer and four children. Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock Jr. and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mittelsteadt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mittelsteadt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernahl and son Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mittelsteadt. Peoria: Misses Pauline and Marilyn Hutter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Maxheimer and dau- ghter. Washington: Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Maxheimer. Clar- ence and Franklin Maxheim- er. Miss Katherine Michel. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett Stoll and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hasse- brock and three children, Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Hein, Elwood and Charlotte Hein. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolk Mrs. Lulu Stoll. Delores Hein. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Maxheimer and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Maxheimer and son Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howe and son Lyle, Earl Maxheimer, Melvin and Ray Hassebrock, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Hoffman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stoeckel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bert Yagow, Margaret and Joseph Hutter Jr.. Richard Yagow. and Erhardt Maxheim- er. Chestnut-Beason Post Cited For Distinguished Service The Chestnut-Beason Post No. 848 .of the American Leg- ion is proud of its achieve- ment in attaining the 100% membership for the year 1951 as noted at its regular meet- ing Tuesday night, Feb. 6. A letter from the Organiza- tion Department of the Ameri- can Legion at Bloomington was. read commending the Post on its splendid work in attaining a 4-year average in its membership and awarding the Certificate of Distinguish- ed Service. Seal (one of the most coveted that is issued by the American Legion). The Post has a total paid- up membership of 84 mem- bers, it is with expectation that this fine record may be continued. Those who have honorably served in the Korean conflict are now eligible for member- ship in the American Legion. Dwain Marten, Post Adjutant. Sweeter T. Wiggers AUCTIONEER In buslnems since 1935 m. R.R. 4 PHONE 48F2 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT... Make a resolution now! 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