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2, Hml JE"E MAY, 86, LENTEN CHURCH OF LOCAL STUDY TO START Jeie May, 86, of 4305 Mrs. Donald Burks, chairman of Ave., Decatur, Ill., died the Commission on Missions of tur and Macon County First Methodist Church, is happy Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1961 to announce that beginning this an illness of three weeks. Sunday evening, March 5th and MrS. May was born in Dawsor continuing on each Sunday even- 12, 1874, a daughter of ing through Palm Sunday, Mar. A. and Sarah Katherine 26th, her Commission will spon- Constant. In Dawson on sor a church wide study on Choir will meet at the church for rehearsal at 6:30 pan. Thurs., March 9th: The Youth Choir will meet at the church for rehearsal immediately fol- lowing school. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edwm'd M. Kzewer, Pastor Mass Sunday, Mar. 5, at 8 a.m. Lenten services each Wednes- al- day at 7:30 p.m. 17, 1891, she married Ivy T. ochol and Christian responsibil- He preceded her in death ity. June 10, 1938. Mrs. May loca- The study will begin each Sun- in Decatur in 1906. She at- day evening at 7:00 o'clock with the Lakeview Church of a period of worship. Then a dis- where she was a member cussion will be led by various senior adult class of the members of the church on the school. Also was a mem- text book "Stumbling Block" by of the Women's Christian Douglas Jackson. At 7:45 each evening a special speaker will talk on the subject. Dr. Leland L. Cross will be the first guest speaker on Sunday evening, March 5th. His talk will be '"rhe Effects of Alcohol on the ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2-5965 Fri., 7:30 p.m. All Bible Class Teachers. Sat., 9-11:15 aan. Saturday School. 1-5 p.m. Communion An- noucement Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes for all ages. 10 a.m. Worship Services with Communion. Sermon Text: Hebrs. 11, 23-37. "Moses' Choice". Council. Decedent leaves five daughters, Mrs. George (Gladys) of Casey; Mrs. George Laird and Mrs. Lonnie McClellan, both of De- Mrs. Jessie Powell and Human Body". (Viona) Chatham At 8:30 each Sunday evening .. refreshments will be served by is also survived by different organizations of the Ray F. May of Hous- church. ; Cecil R. May of Baton Mrs. Burks would like to ex- Oscar C. May of De- tend a cordial invitation to the and Ira T. May of whole community to attend this Texas.; three brothers, study and to hear our special M_ Constant, M. A. Constant speakers. The problem of alcohol FORM R]I[Dk 14, A.D. 1961 for the of business and the DIF, D IN CALIFORNIA bills. All bills must be Miss Gayetta Mayer, North office of the County Washington St., received a let- 5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday, ter Thursday, Feb. 23, from her cousin, Miss Josephine Webster, who lives in Lost Angeles, Calif. stating that her brother, Julian Webster had passed away Wed- nesday, Feb. 15, 1961. He was a- bout 58 years old. His health had been failing for some time. Julian Webster was born in ML Pulaski, II1., about 58 years ago, the son of J. C. Webster and Grace Fryer Webster. He attended the Mt. Pulaski schools and when a young man left to work in Ohio. He had also lived in Pennsylvania before moving to California. Funeral services were held in Los Angeles Saturday, Feb. 18, The body was cremated and at a later date the ashes will be received at the Schahl funeral W. Constant, of Decatur, of the Dawson and Hart communities; one Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger of ; 31 grandchildren great-grandchildren. 80n and three daughters pre- in death. services were held at Thursday, Feb. 23, in Funeral Home in De- i Burial was in the North attending the funeral Mount Pulaski were: Mrs. Poffenbarger, Mrs. Oscar and son John, Mr. Charles Stopher, Mrs. Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Will- ; and, from Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffen- had often visited in Pulaski with her sister four days here during LUNCHES FOR 6th to 9th buttered corn, cherry peanut butter sandwich lolf, mashed potatoes and spinach, raw apple, butter, milk. beans'and wieners, cole !Sliced peaches, bread and milk. and noodles, buttered cookie, sliced apples, butter, milk. is a major one in our country oOday, and should be of interest everyone. NOTE OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends an( relatives for their cards, visits flowers, and any other assistanc that has been given to me or my family while I was a patient in the ALM hospital at Lincoln. Sincerely, Mrs. Harry Peterson. HAM  EC BREAKFAST AT ST. PATRICH'S HAL ELKHART The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Patrick's Church of Elk- hart, is having a Ham and Egg Breakfast Sunday, March 12, at St. Patrick's Hall. Serving will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Everyone is cordially invit- ed. (3-9) Sell it with a Classified Ad. CHURCHES FIRST METHODIST CHURCH John Muir, Pmtor Sunday, March 5th: 9:00 aan. Sunday School. We have classes for all age groups and cordially invite everyone to attend. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship. We have a friendly church and extend an invitation to every one to come and worship with us. Sermon: '"rake Advantage of Your Opportunity." Anthem by the Chancel Choir: "O Lord My Trust Is In Thy Mercy. '' Mrs. Harry Widmer will be the soloist. 7:00 p.m. Church wide Lenten Study: Dr. Leland L. Cross will I be our guest speaker. Please I see the article in this paper for I THANKS greater detail. We extend a[ to every one who sent cordial invitation to everyone I lettem and gifts on my 91st to attend. ! Y Feb. 27, and to all who Wed., March 8th: The Chancel | I appreciate every one so and may God bless you friends. Mrs. Mary E. Miller, Sop Latham, Illinois LOW COST ION guarsn coven: colts to boule, ling or contents further termHe occur. ibis home for burial in the Mount Tues., 7:00 p.m. Jr. Confirmation Pulaski cemetery. Class. He is survived by his sister Wed., 7:30 p.m. 4th Mid-week Miss Josephine Webster in Los Lenten Service. Angeles, and a son, James, re- Film strip, "Jesus Before The siding in Pennsylvania. Decedenl High Priest". Sermon, "My GOd, will be remembered by many old Why Hast Thou Forsaken schoolmates and friends in Mount Me?" Mark 15, 34. Pulaski. Zion School Choir will sing. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick. Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 aan. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Origin of Christ's Church" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 pJn. Evening Worship Sermon: '"rhe Power of Faith" $motmcemel The Church Board will meet on Friday night, March 3, at 7:00 in the Church. Tho Senior CYH will meet at the home of Mr. and Mm. Leland Leggett at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 5, for their regular social ac- tivities. The Christian Education Con- vention will be held on the cam- pus of Lincoln Bible Institute on March 6 - 8. The opening session will be on Monday night, Mar. 6 at 7:00 o'clock. Prayer Meeting services & Choir practice will be cancelled because of the convention. Those desiring to attend the Passion Play in Bloomington, are asked to hand in their reserva- tions this Sunday. Sunday, March 26, is the day we are reserving tickets for. The performance is at 1:30 p.m. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Bay O. Zumsteia, Pastor Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Ld- gan County will meet in the Court House in Lincoln, Tuesday, March MARCH OF DIMES RESULTS IN MT. PULASKI TOWNSHIP Results of the March of Dimes drive in Mount Pulaski township was $269.78, as follows: Cash Donations ................ $14.50 Organizations . ................... $38.00 Schools .............................. $162.08 Box Containers .................. $ 6.45 Box Social $,38.75 Total $269.78 summer 10, 1961, in order to be at this meeting. Leonard F. County NOTICE OF PUBLIC Notice is hereby given Tenative Budget and ation Ordinance for the Lake Fork Township, County of Logan, State of for the fiscal year March 28, 1961, and 27, 1962, will be on file veniently available to spection at Town Clerk from and after 3 o'clock day, March, 1961. Notice is further that a public hearing Budget and Appropriation ante will be held at 7:30 P.M., 28th day, March, Town Hall in this Town, i final action on this will be taken by the the Annual Town held at 2 o'clock P.M. April 4, 1961. Dated this 28th day of ary, 1961. Albert Su Edward (3-16) SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Nit. Pulaski D SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phlle Is A 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski. Illinois -- AMBULANCE SERVICE lit 1414 PUOm / WVUS & ELEV. CO. PULASZL ILLINOIS ,,Id, S.ma,Mh crabgrass Now ! Hrs, zcluslve development of Seotts Reseat, kills Crab- gram seed as it  Once or= this wim= dom it  mmlla Imnm 1,000 aq a - - - 14.95 25OO sq R - - - $9. 5,OOO El n (2  tags) - - - $r7. 8h Anverzary ,fde SCOTTS S--your &eason /nC. $12-95 xxJw $10.9 $16.95 now $13,,95 STAHL BROS. HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI, SAVE FOR A SUNNY DAY We think that banks have talked enough a- bout "saving for a rainy day". We prefer to talk about the happier prospect of the "sunny day" that will result from a consistent, persistent program of saving. Write your own ticket for your particular kind of a "sunny day".., a trip around the world, happy retirement years or whatnot. Whatever the dream, systematic sav- ing will make it come true! OTHER SERVICES LOANS TRAVEL CHECKS CHECKING SAFE DEPOSIT THE FARMERS BANK OF Mqr. POT.IKL .Member Federal Depit Znmzmnce Cp,