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of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixty-one. LEONARD F. McCANN, County Clerk. ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, April 4th, 1961 at the following precincts in the County of Logan and State of Illinois: Town Hall, Broadwell -- Broad- well No. 1. 518 S. Monroe St., Lincoln-- West Lincoln No. 1. Town Hall, 5th St., Lincoln-- Wt Lincoln No. 1. B I I "I" I II  ' I ELECTION NOTICE I K/I-I 3 ! NOTICE IS HEREBY GN, ........ 1 That on Tuesday, April 4th, 1961 mr. ancl .lrS rLugene .%tatting-J at the following precincts in the ly, Atlanta, are parents of a son, ICounty of Logan and State of born Feb. 19 in St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln. He has been given the name Eric William. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Phares, Chestnut, and Mrs. James Mattingly of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lahr of Bea- son are parents of a daughter, born Feb. 21 in the ALM hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koch are[ .arnts of a son, Stephen, born[ "day Feb. 24 in ALM hospital, Lincoln. First child. Grandpar-[ ents are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Koch of Alton, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Dickerson Cashion, Okla. ! Lawndale Grain Office, Lawn- dale---East Lincoln No. 4. E Lean St., Lincoln--East Lincoln den---Orvil No. 1. No. 5. On Thursday of last week afte [ Mittelsteadt's Garage, 629 N. Town Hall, Hartsburg--Orvil leaving the post office, Mrs. Herb- Hamilton St., Lincoln--East Lin- No. 2. Town Hail Middletown---Corwin eft Holz fell to the pavement and apparently was not badly injured. She left with a carload of friends for Lincoln to spend the after- noon with Mrs. Donald Barringer. Later during the day she was tak- en to the ALM hospital for X-ray examination and remained there for medical care. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox re- turned home Wednesday of last week, from Kirksville, Me. They had been medical patients at an Osteopathic hospital there. Vernon Voelker, 34, was given emergency treatment Wednesday, Feb. 22, at St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. He was working on a furnace when a hot water pipe fell and struck him on the head. Following treatment he was re- leased. William DeSpain was admitted to ALM hospital Wednesday, Feb. 22, for medical aid. Hubert Stoll, Chestnut vicinity, Who was injured Feb. 19, when he fell from the hayloft at his farm and was admitted to ALM hos- pital for emergency care, was dis- missed Feb. 23 and returned to his home in the Schahl ambu- lance. Kenneth Chapman was in the AIM hospital a couple of days for medical attention. He returned home Saturday. Mrs. Hatless McKinley, Chest- nut vicinity, was admitted to the ALM hospital Friday, Feb. 24, for surgery. Dallas Knoy, who had been had been a medical patient in the ALM hospital, returned to his home Friday, Feb. 24th. Henry Volle, St., who had been a medical patient several days in the ALM hospital, returned to his home Sunday. Miss Kathryn Harrison, who has been spending the winter in Latham with her sister, Mrs. An- na Volle, was rmoved in the Sehahl ambulance, Saturday, to the ALM hospital for medical at- tention. Miss Katherine Jenner was ad- itted to St_ John's Hospital in pringfield, the first of this week, mr medical care. Charles Munyon of Lake Fork, was removed Monday night in the Schahl ambulance, to the .ALM hospital, Lincoln, for reed- real treatment. Mrs. John W. Martin, living in the southwest part of the city, Underwent surgery Monday at the Memorial hospital in Springfield. Dr. Carl M. Neumeyer, Bloom- ington, entered Memorial Hospit- al in Springfield, for surgery, last Friday. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neuemeyer of Mount Pulaski. USED Refrigerators and Ranges at Illinois: American Legion Hall, Chest- nut--Aetna No. i. Town Hall, Beason----Oran No. i Howser's Feed & Seed Co., At- lanta-Atlanta No. i City Hall, Atlanta  Atlanta No. 2 Town Hall--Chester .No. 1 The "Rec", Lincoln--East Lin- coln .No. 1 Cotton's Plumbing & Heating, E.P. Gehlbaeh, 632 7th St., 115 N. Sangamon St., Lincoln-- rear}, Lincoln--West Lincoln East Lincoln .No. 2 No. 3. Down's Garage, 804 N. Ottawa I Dehner's Garage, 17th & Union St., Lincoln--East Lincoln No. 3 iS s., Lincoln--West Lincoln No. 4. [ Fannie Simon's Res., 208 Ogles- [ by Ave., Lincoln---West Lincoln! tNo. 5. coln No. 6. Former Cycle Shop, 1130 Tre- mont St., Lincoln--East Lincoln No. 7. McMath's Garage, 901 Clinton St., Lincoln--East Lincoln No. 8. Eminence Town Hall -- Emin- ence No. 1. an Election will be held for: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONSTABLE Justice Distzict No. 2 Which Election will be opened at Six o'clock in the morning and will continue open until Six o'clock in the afternoon of the No. 1. Village Hall, New Holland-- Sheridan No. 1. Town Hall--Prairie Creek No. 1 an Election will be held for: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONSTABLE Justice District No. 1 Which Election will be opened at Six o'clock in the morning and will continue open until Six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day. Dated at Lincoln, Illinois, this 27th day of February, in the year same day. of our Lord one thousand nine Dated at Lincoln, Illinois, this [hundred and sixty-one. 27th day of February, in the year LEONARD F. McCANN, CounW Clerk. SPECIAY /UD ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, April 4th, 1961 at the following precincts in the County of Logan and State of i Illinois: Town Hall--Lake Fork No. 1. Village Hall, Latham--Laenna No. I. American Legion Hall, Chestnut --Aetna No. 1. Town Hall, Beason----Oran No. 1 Howser's Feed & Seed Co., Atlanta--Atlanta No. 1. City Hall, Atlanta -- Atlanta No. 2. Minnesota Tool CO., Mt Pules. kiMt. Pulaski No. 1. Chestnut Hatchery, Mt. Pulaski --Mt. Pulaski No. 2. Ladies Aid Bldg., Lake Fork-- Mt- Pulaski No. 3. The Hilltop Electric CO., Mt. Pulaski--Mr. Pulaski No. 4. Town Hall--Chester No. 1. The "Rec", Lincoln--East Lin- coln No. 1. Cotton's Plumbing & Heating, 115 N. Sangamon St., Lincoln--- East Lincoln No. 2. Down's Garage, 804 N. Ottawa St, Lincoln---East Lincoln No. 3. Lawndale Grain Office--Lawn- dale---East Lincoln No. 4. Barrick's Garage, 1019 N. Mc- Lean St., Lincoln--East Lincoln! No. 5. Mittelsteadt's Garage, 629 N. Hamilton St., Lincoln--East Lin- coln No. 6. Former Cycle Shop, 1130 "Ire. merit St. Lincoln--Bast Lincoln No. 7. McMath's Garage, 901 Clinton St., Lincoln--East Lincoln No, , Eminence Town ence No. 1. Elkhart Town Hall, Elkhart No. 1. i/ Masonic Hall, Cornland Eik- - hart No. 2. Town Hall, Broadwell--lboad-: well No. I. !I 518 S. Monroe St., Lincol1.- West Lincoln No. 1. Town Hall, 5th St., West Lincoln No. 2. E. P. Gehlbach, 632 - 7th (rear) Lincoln -- West : No. 3. Dehneffs Garage, 17th & Sts., Lincoln--West Lincoln NO, Fannie Simon's Res., 208 by Ave., Lincoln--West No. 5. :  Emden Community House, o ii! 1 den----Orvil No. I. A/ Town Hall, Hartsburg  Olll ? 1 No. 2. --l Town Hall--Hurlbut NO. L . il Town Hall, Middletown---C, / win No. I. .,:. :!l Village Hall, New Holland ;:/ Sheridan No. I. 1 Town Hall--Prairie Creek No, an Election will be hel fo:, JUDGE OF THE  ,- COURT ,  (To Fill Vacancy) Which Election will be at Six o'clock in the morning, will continue open until o'clock in the afternoon t same day. Dated at Lincoln, Illinois, 27th day of February, in of our Lord one thousand hundred and sixty-one. LEONARD F. MeCAI County Clerk. 24th Annual Meeting Of Members MEN,00RD ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1961 High School Building n|i 10:30 A.M. Petersburg, min0is Highlights Of Meeting __._- *-. - ' ..... _:  -_ _ ___: _ _- ,O JUSINESS Election  Three Ieetors. Re,- pa by mtmtxj tsd othe oificerJ. Tr such othm business as mat be . @ -- Dr.  b.l':md, u- cxalamd  fat General Motom ac - Vh, a, own  "Mtm Md Ebcuk: Co- opql'altvo  INI." STAHL'S all  br yom lpb Early Bird Award- Porfal:)le Set Rogister Before 110 A,!L m n