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OFC. M. NAMED OF YEAR Arthur K. Merrlman, Sulli- ,eterinarian, has been nam- v'eterinarian of the Year" by IllinOis Veterinary Medical He will be honored at annual meeting of the associ- in Chicago, Monday, Tues- and Wednesday, Feb. 20, 21, Merriman is superintendent the Division of Livestock In- of the State of Illinois, an he has held for the past years. He is immediate past of the Illinois State Ass'n. and third vice of the United States Sanitary Ass'n. Merrirnan has lived in Sull- since 1922, and practiced medicine there before in the state office. is a native of Willliamsville brother of Dr. C. M. Merri- er Mount Pulaski. He is to many Mount Pulaski PULASKIAN IS IN CALIFORNIA and Mrs. George Minter Un- formerly of Mount Pulas- residents of Altadena, announce the marriage of daughter, Mrs. Jane Under. Abrams, to Master Sargeant W. Ervin, U.S. Marine Corps, in Las Vegas, Nev., on Sat- Jan. 7, 1961. Ervin is stationed at Camp Oceanside, Calif., is Division Chief of the System on the Maritie Base. couple are residing in Vis- Calif., where Mrs. Ervin is an in Political Science at College. PARTY SCHEDULED FRIDAY. MARCH 17 St. Thomas Aquinas Cath- Church will sponsor a,,card to be held at the former Coffee Shop building on i south side of the square, Mar. and Five Hundred will played. Refreshments will be and prizes given. Pro- will be used to help furn- i the new church building. public is nvited. HOME FROM MILE TRIP and Mrs. Carl Maxheimer Lanesvillle and Mr. and Mrs. Hawk of Mechanicsburg returned from a 6500 mile through the southwest. took the northern route many points of interest, them - Mount Whitney, -Tahoe, Boulder City, Lake Hoover Dam, Death Valley, Francisco, San Diego, Calif., a CBS Studio. also visited relatives and They returned home by southern mute. ii i  ii NOTICE cans should be placed the street for collection as : city department doesn't want to pass down ungraded up until May 1st. You ! Goodman Garbage Disposal. LOW COST PROTECTION guarantee covers costs to house, g or contents uld further termite occur. PULASKI FARMERS & ELEV. CO. Mr. PULASF.L ILLINOIS T,,.i hw-,,* ROBERT HAMM ONE OF TOP FORTY-FIVE Robert L. Harem, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert. Harem of this city, is among 45 outstanding students, who will attend the Sixth Annual Honors Dinner at Westminster College, at Fulton Me., Thursday, Feb. 16th. Students receiving invitations to this dinner must have achieved a grade average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 system during their resi- dence on the campus. Member- ship in Zeta Tau Delta is con- ferred upon those students who attain the 3.3 average for three consecutive years. LOUIS E. HUNT DIED: FORMERLY OF LATHAM Louis E. Hunt, 92, of Tinley Park, Ill., a former resident of Latham, Ill., died Saturday, Feb. 11, 1961, in St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur, Ill. The Warrensburg Masonic Ledge No. 959 held services in the funeral home at 8 p.m. Monday. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 1 p.m., in the Dawson & Wikoff funeral home in Decatur. Burial was in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. Peoria Dinner To Observe Anniversaries In Peoria Sunday, Feb. 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble and son, a dinner was served honoring the 5th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bur- dette Maske and the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Noble and Russell. Dierker. The Following were present:. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dierker and children, Marion, Ronnie and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dierker and children, Candy and Russell. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheuler and son Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Howe, Jr., and daughter Cheryl, Miss Linda Kuhns, Miss Bonnie Prather. Peoria: Mrs. Goldie Maske, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Maske and children, Theresa and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Major Crawford. VALENTINE DANCE HELD AT CHESTNUT GRADE SCHOOL The upper four grades of the Chestnut Grade School held their i annual Valentine Dance on Sat-: urday evening at the school. During the evening J. Eldon Stoll and Mary Connelly were crowned King and Queen. There i were 33 children, six room moth- !ers and the teachers, who enjoyed the affair. Refreshments were served. MI. LYDIA BAHN, 67, CHESTNUT RESIDENT, DIED TUESDAY Mrs. Lydia Bahn, a resident of Chestnut, Ill. for one year, but formerly of Kenney and Beason, died in her home, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1961, at 12:50 a.m. She had been ill for a long period of time. Mrs. Bahn was over 67 years of age. Decedent was born April 19, 1893 at Lamar, Ind., a daughter of Peter and Lena Roos Conner. On Jan. 20, 1915 in Tell City, Ind. she married Edward ,Bahn, who survives. She had lived in Logan and DeWitt counties for many ),ears. Mrs. Bahn was a member of the Kenney Christian Church. She leaves the following child- ren: daughter, Mrs. Erma Bak- er of Creve Coeur, Ill. and six sons, Lloyd Bahn of Las Vegas, Nev.; Albert Bahn, of Chestnut; Leland Bahn, of East Peoria; By- ron Bahn, of Chestnut, and twins, Uernell of Lincoln, and Verneil of Chestnut; a brother Walter Conner of Dayton, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Luzetta Puff of De. troit, Mich., Mrs. Essie Creek and Mrs. Ethel Conner, of Dayton, Ohio. The body was removed to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mount Pulaski, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. this Thurs- day, Feb. 16, conducted by the Rev. Roy Trueblood, pastor of the Chestnut Methodist Church. The hymn "In The Garden," was sung by Mrs. Trueblood, with organ ac- companiment by Mrs. Byron Downing of Mt. Pulaski. Interment was made in the La- enna cemetery, west of Chestnut. Pallbearers were: Lawrence Whitesides, William J. Howe, Eugene Kretzinger, Clifford Leim- bach, Raymond Koenig and Or- ville Heft, all of Chestnut. DEMOCRATS REPLACE REPUBLICAN EMPLOYEES The new maintenance crew of the Division for Highways of U.S. Route 54, has been named and have taken over their duties. They are Keith Howe, Paul Baker and Richard Froschauer. These three replace Franklin Davis, Raymond Wines and Charles Moore. i CABINET SINKS REDUCED AS MUCH AS SSO.O0 AT STAHI SAFEST PtACE FOR ALL YOU00 VALUABLES... j . . . is in a safe depos box. Costs so '*:" little, means so much   Of II In our massive vaults your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire, or loss, at all times, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you.., but costs little ! Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box, ' FARMERS BANK --MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP..-.--- / ii i iii i BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maxheimer east of city, are parents of a dau- ghter, born Thursday, Feb. 9, in ALM hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Elk- hart, are parents of a daughter, born Thursday, Feb. 9, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Don Olsen, city, are parents of a daughter, born Sunday, Feb. 12, in the ALM hos- pital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bottrell of Elkhart, are parents of a daugh- ter, born Sunday, Feb. 12, in St. John's hospital, Springfield. REV. BLOUT WILL BE 90 I YEARS OLD MARCH 5th Rev. Harry Blout, at one time a pastor of the Methodist church in Mount Pulaski, is now living in Miami, Fla. He will observe his 90th birthday on March 5th. Rev. Blout is quite active, still able to do a little garden and lawn work, and - according to his son, Byron, who lives in Californ- ia - his only complaint is that he was recently deprived of the priv- ilege of riding his bicycle on the streets of Miami. His address is:- Rev. Harry Blout, 2924 Center St., Miami 33, Florida. SINCERE APPRECIATION Words cannot express our feel- ing of gratitude for the many kind deeds after the loss of our home and furnishings. To all we want to say thanks for the many gifts of furniture, food and cloth- ing, and the cash donations that will help make us a home again. Also, to all those who cared for members of our family while our own place was being made ready. God Bless You All. The Raymond Creager Family Golddigger: A girl who's torn between love and booty. NOTE OF THAN My sincere appreci thanks for the many ers and visits from my while a patient in the pital and sincve coming Blanche IN APPRECIATION We want to thank remembered us with 'flowers while we were in ALM hospital. Mrs. Jerry daughter, Tammy NOTE OF THANKS We want to take this ity to thank the Mount Pulaski Fire and all others who helped time of the fire at our house. Mr. and Mrs. Russell SIL-TENNIAL BELLES TO MEET WEDNESDAY, FElL The Sil-Tennial Belles their regular meeting Feb. 22, at 2 p.m., in the All Belles are urged to IF they have their attire to start wearin it. New members are join, and many do so, by 50c to Mrs. Oswald Mrs. Ellis Downing. Your will be put on the next er that is to be printed near future. for measuring for melting $1.98 value STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS