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DE LEATH-- from page 1) who died in 1943. D mles-News" of Mt. Pul- will be devoting several her life in the Sil.Ten- of that paper to be July 13 of this year. 18_there,. Lenore Von- in is credited with writing I 500 songs, many of :sUll unpublished. One of famous is "Honey". And years she was the fea- ger on Monday even- of Firestone program. De Leath had this to radio: "It is the larg- to American cul- mce the invention of too- The movie educat- yisual side of culture; to the high, educa. Note--Vaughn DeLeath .eatured in the Sil-Tennial Times-News of July ,this year, a tribute to her accomplishments in the world and her m personality, which en- to all who had the Of knowing her. met a gentleman, widely in the newspaper realm, week, who knew DeLeath personally, and was, "Vaughn was the loveliest women I ever DONALD HUSTON MOUNT PULASKI and Mrs. Donald Huston, lived on a farm so'uth- Mount Pulaski for the years, moved to the Bill in the southwest part : city this past weekend. Mr. has lived on the farm his 1re over 50 years. and Mrs. Bill Howe and have moved to the farm vacated by the Hustons, continue the farming of YOUTH SWIM PKR'I' Methodist Youth Fellow- p and their guests en- a swimming party at the Recreation Center on evening of last week. were 31 present. games and refresh- were enjoyed in the new building of the Meth- :Church. FOR 15 to 17th sausage, mashed po. FAMILY HISTORIES GIVEN AT LIBRARY CLUB MEETING The Mt. Pulaski Library Club met in the club room of the Mul- doon Memorial building Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7. Mrs. Gayland Green, president, conducted the business session. The new slate of officers for the ensuing year include Mrs. Clar- ence Bowers, vice-president; Mrs. Francis Myrick, secretary; Mrs. A. J. Lyons, treasurer. Miss Florence Wynd, librarian, reported on new books on the shelves as memorials to Mr. and Mrs. George Schahl, many of them on gardening. Also, a His- tory of the American Indian, as a memorial to Karl Bender. The book circulation for Janu- ary was 1600. Miss Wynd report- ed the schools of this and adjoin- ing communities are using man books of reference, etc. The club donated $5.00 to the Heart Fund. Also, they planned to purchase a new United States Flag for the club room. Mrs. Russell Curtis had charge of the program which started off with Miss Sciota B. Horn giving a history of the Horn family. Mrs. John Bender, Sr. gave the history of her husband's ancestors, the Daffner family. Mrs. Eugene Manes read the essay her son Paul had received a prize for in a contest at the township high school. The essay was the History of Jabez Capias, one of the found- ers of Mt. Pulaski. He was the grandfather of Mrs. Manes. Mrs. Curtis read a poem called "Little Town," being very appro- priate for this time. Mrs. Charles E. Hildreth led the group in the singing of "Love's Old Sweet Song," "In the Gloam- ing, .... Battle Hymn of the Re. public," and ending with the theme song of the Sil-Tennial "Just A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet." Mrs. Leroy K. Buckles, Sr., was pianist. Lunch was served by the host- ess committee, composed of Mrs. Russell Curtis, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Logan Edwards and Mrs. William B. Jenner. The March hostess committee will be Mrs. Win. Myrick, Mrs. Harold Hubbard, Mrs. Oscar Shull and Mrs. John B. Biesemeier. CARD OF THANES We want to take this opportun- ity to thank friends, neighbors and relatives, ]or the flowers, the words of sympathy, Memorials, and all other kindnesses at the time of the death of our loved one, Hester Arthur Key. The Family. CAUCUSRS-- (Continued from page I) 61 to 40. Sandel is present chair- man of the board of supervisors. Others nominated without op- position are Irene Davis for town clerk; Burrell Miller for assessor, and Tony Werth, E. T. Culnan and Raymond Gimbel for town auditors. Dwain Marten (R), will oppose Harry Randolph (D), for super- visor in Aetna. Guy Hathorn and Robert Jones will contest the assesorship in Laenna. LAKE FORK TOWNSHIP CAUCUSES ARE HELD At a Caucus of the Democratic Party of Lake Fork Township on Tuesday, the following nomina- tions were made for the follow- ing offices: Town Clerk: Edward Sheehan, Mt. Pulaski (incumbent). Assessor: Ira Howe, Mt. Pulaski (incumbent). Auditors: Ralph Buckles, Lath- am; Kermit Voile, Mt. Pulaski. Cemetery Trustee (non-Partis- an)--Henry Hall, Latham. At a Caucus of the Republican Party" of Lake Fork Township on Saturday, the following nomina- tions were made for the follow- ing offices: Town Clerk--None Assessor--None. Auditors: John R. Pope, Mount Pulaski; Henry Hall, Latham. I Brother of Mrs. Wilford Tendick, Died Harold Over of LaSalle, Ill., brother of Mrs. Wilford Tendick of Mount Pulaski community, died in St. Mary's Hospital in La Salle, Monday, Jan. 30, at 12:20 ...... He had been ill two weeks. Funeral seryices were held on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Peru, II1., with burial being made in St. Joseph's cemetery, there. Mr. Over has visited with his sister' and her husband on many occasions, and had made many friends around the Mount Pulaski community. Besides Mrs. Tendick, he is sur- vived by two other sisters, Mrs. Peter Minneci of Rockford, and Mrs. Anthony Schlatt, of Home- wood, Ill., and one brother, Henry Over, of Peru, Ill. U. of I. grain marketing econ- omists point0ut that the nation's real wheat surplus probleb does- n't involve al ltypes of wheat. They say hard wheat is the main type in surplus on the market Heart Fund Drive Underway The heart and blood vessel dis- eases, the nation's No. 1 Health Enemy, strikes in the home, the office, and in industry. No one is immune! Medical research, supported by contributions to the Heart Fund, has produced new arid improved methods of diagnosing, treating, and controlling heart and blood vessel diseases. Remember these facts when you receive your letter from the Heart Fund committee and use the return envelope for your con- tribution. These letters will soon be sent out by a group of volun- teers, who will assist the officers in charge of the drive: Mrs. A. J. Lyons, chairman; Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, treasurer; Mrs.: Paul E. Beidler, publicity. Your contribution may mean the prevention of rheumatic fever in your children or grandchildren, as well as prolonging the life of a loved one with a heart ailment. Drop your change in the plastic hearts in the business places. VALENTINE DANCE HELD SATURDAY NIGHT A nice crowd of students at- tended the semi-formal Valentine Dance held Saturday evening at the high school gym. The decorations include Val- entines, Cupids and a red and white color scheme, arranged by the M Club and FHA. Ray North and his dance band from Tuscola, played for the colorful affair. Sheila Bryson and Kent Ander- son were chosen as Queen and King during the evening. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served. LIST OF SCHOOL HERE, MARCH 8 The annual schedule for Logan county children, starting Monday, 13, has been announced by Irma Potter, county nurse, Miss Serena Wertheim, public school nurse. ation will be given for polio, theria, whooping cough, tetanus. The schedule for this the county, follows: Tuesday, March 7--Beason. Wednesday, March 8--(at Pulaski)Mount Pulaski, Cornland, Lake Fork and Lutheran. Thursday, March 9--- and Broadwell, at Elkhart. Thursday, March The second round will be a week later and the third the following week. MOVING DAYS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jr., ,who have been living Tendick tenant house west of city, moved recently to the Moore farm 4 miles west Mount Pulaski. Mr. and McCain and children had occupying the Moore farm. have moved to Kenney McCain operates a gas Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lovelace lived in the l_#_ster Starr just west of the city, moved the house vacated by the icks and Mr. and Mrs. Don Cain have moved to the property. Pretzel: A cracker with TOMMIE O. HAVENER, SR. Republican Candidate for SUPERVISOR OF MT. PULASKI TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN CAUCUS AT CHESTNUT I[AY BUILDING, MT. PULASKI., SATURDAY, FEB. II, 1961 1:00 to 2:00 P.M. YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED i gravy, celery, apple and butter, milk. hamburger on bun, alaw, upside-down cake, rice, green beans, cher- bananas, bread and but- and noodles, lettuce dressing, fruit gel- and butter, milk. soup, crackers, toasty undwich, celery With pea- raw apple, milk. LOW COST guarantee overs costs to house, or contents jr termite occur. 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