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L. W. Fletcher Died In Iowa Lafayette W. Fletcher. former Well known resident of the Chest- nut community, died Saturday orning, March 8. 1941, at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Louis BUeb.ler. in Alleman. Iowa Al- though failing health for many months, his last serious illness was of Only two days, duration. He was aged 83 Years and 20 days. Mr. Fletcher, known to hosts of Lgan county friends as "Lafe." Was born Peb. 16. 1858 in Aetna t'nship, about five miles north- east of Mount Pulaski being a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Fletcher. He married Miss Phidelia Downing. and for many years they farmed in his home vicinity. She preced- ed him in death in 1932. Mr. Fletcher was a prominent and highly esteamed Farmer etna townshi- ;-- .. of d=.L P. nortiy after the --La of has wife, he left for Alle- man, Iowa to li e at the hem his dan ' " ' e of tov, m_. ghter. He served Aetna _ -nxp as highway comroi ' approxaa._" _  --- -sinner Ly 20 years. Surviving are thre follows. . e children, as - " Artie Fletcher Anken , L; Ott Fletcher, 'St. paYl, ler ,eta; and Mrs. Louis Bueh- ' -aeman, Iowa; also ten anddcCh:Idren and two great zl{lren. ber: 2 etcher bad been a mem- I0W;I 'e MOunt Pulaski Odd FeN _ "e since 1902. A, eral ser,ices were h@ld in aeman SUnday afternoon, after the body was brought to Where another service held at 2 p. m. :Monday in the church, conducted by Family Custom MOUNT PULASki YOUNG MAN ItITES POEM I ma ttanslow of Bloomington. "The l were guests Saturday night and In V. Y. Daiiman', ,lumn, page ! Sunday of the latter's parents, Mr. Lighter Vein' Jn the editorial and Mrs. Charles Hanslow. of the Illinois State Register' I " Mrs. Hester A. Evans left Sat- Springfield, last Friday appearedurday for her home in Champaign a poem written by John E. Dill-t !saver, son of Supervisor and Mrs. I after a week's stay in the city on !business, and visiting old friends t Albert F. Dillsaver, of Mount Pu- *and neighbors. ..... ? PAOli. THRI /'; Miss Martha Reis and Miss Era- NOTICE OF PUBLIC Notice is hereby given that tentative budget and approp-o.} tion ordinance for the Town Of Mount Pulaski in the County Of Logan, State of Illinois, for ths) fscal year beginning March 1941, and ending March 25, 194  will be on file and 9onveniently laski. It is as follows: available to public inspection at .................................. Dillsaver's Shop from and after 11 "John E. Dillsaver. Mount Pu- NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE o'clock A. M., 25th day, March, " :laski, paints this idealistic word State of Illinois, County of Logan, 1941. 'picture of the--- ss. In the County Court of Said Notice is further given hereby I CONQUFACORS County: In Probate. that a public hearing on said In Re.: Estate of Eldorado ,MLiller, get and appropriation ordinaame 1 These conquerors destroy like Deceased. some destructive rust; The undersigned Administrator will be held at 1 o'clock P. !of the Estate of Eldorado Miller. 25th day, March. 1941, at Dill.vo They understand their schemes of deceased, having been appointed er's Shop, in this Town, and that  i treachery and lust. as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and having final action on this ordinance ut why the warbling thrush was duly qualified, hereby gives pub- be taken by the electors at the an- I made to sing his song, lic notice that the first Monday of nual town meeting to be held at 2 ; ..... . ; %hy sunflowers nod, why good theMaY'5thA'dayD" of1941'saidtheMonth,same isbeingthe o'clock p. M., Tuesday, April 1 i:i: :::..ii - : "- ......  nen try to right what's wrong; i!::::ii}.i:#*..:;: - :. claim date in the estate of said 1941. What calm content lies in the deceased and that claims may be Dated this 7th day of March, i!:ii::i:!:i :!!/ " " " ..... i peaceful Pleiades-- . filed against said estate on or be- 1941. , :: : In scent of clover wafted on the I fore said date without issuance of summons. A.F. DILLSAVER, Summer breeze; MERLE E. MILLER  Supervisor. The lesson that are taught from Administrator. tales that children tell. Leland Simkins. Attorney, DAN tYHRF, R, :From simple tales that spring Mount %tlaski, Illinois. Clerk. from minds where truth and . I i beauty dwell; : why painters 00int, why I GOFF FUNERAL HOME proud of fine work dons " | i Why trees shed leaves, why God J 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" Dn Jan;s is ernuaf;nq the ac- I gave up His Christ-born Son-- il r,C ,,,'',, - -- - - L^.  .......... in ElsieThey do not unaerstana. I ., ,V=L t."'',,."Jt.' I.)'t Janis, who was acclaimed by the _" ................................................ ., Pastor, Rev. F. H. Higgins. songs were rendered Y'rancis composed of William My-rick; Merritt M. and Fred Morris, with accOmpaniment by Mrs. Myrick. The Mount Pu- Odd Yellows lodge conducted service. Interment was in the Laenna cemetery of Ohestnut. The pall bear- Were Orville Heft, Eugene Leonard McCann, John James Robson and Henry from a distance attending erVices in Chestnut were as Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bueh- n Robert, AJleman, Iowa; and Mrs. Otto Fletcher, St. Minn.;, Mr. and Mrs. C. %'. Mrs. Mettie Herber, Mrs. Mrs. Harry Cur- Myrtice Whitaker, De- ,4ouqhboys dudnq the last war as e ' Sweetheart of the A. E. F." El_Te vcenf from one Army camp fo aofher s;nqTnq her way ;nfo the hearts of the soid;ers. Now young Cousin Dean ;s doing if, foo--n t941 f.ashion--as a mem- ber of the traveling unb of CoL umbra nefwork's "Your Hit Pa- racle" program. Every Saturday dio's favodfe 'enors for more than a decade. Dean and her colleagues sfaqe their port'on of the program af a . cr amerenf service camp. years. He has served as Mount Pulaski's police magistrate. Ar- nold furnLshed a bond of $5,000 for his new" duties. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Baumann returned home last Thursday from a ten week' stay in New Smyrna, Florida, greatly enjoying the climate, and the former espec- ally the extra good fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Manes, daughter Juanita, and son Vernon, of Warrensburg vicinity, and Miss Frances Hawkins, of Decatur, vis- ited in the city Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Manes. NAMED OFFICER Arnold, Well known Mount attorney, and member of firna of Smith & Arnold, appointed prol?ation e Logan county cir- COUrt by Judge Frank S. Be- ArnOld succeeds Charles E. of Lincoln, who served as fficer the past ten--00 .. Ambulance "" OF CLAIM DATE County of Logan, Court of Said of IAlltan Moore, Administrator of Lillian Moore, been appointed County Court of and having gives pub- Monday of il, the same being" said Month, is the the estate of said that claims may be said estate on or be- Without issuance of ALBERT MOORE, Administrator. Sedan Ambulance Service Any Hour Of The Day or Night. i OUR PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE. SCHAHL Funeral Home Phone 235 Mount Pulask; MARCH 13 THRU 22 IS ASSISTANT MANAGERS SALE I! LINC( DURING THIS SALE, JACK SIF_ERT, FARM STORE MANAGER, OFFERS THESE MO- SAVING LALUES: LIMITED TIME: DAVID BRADLEY 7-FOOT TANDEM DISC $89.95 $9 DOW.; $8 MONTH Save money on this superior harrow. Hard maple bushings in all bearing.. 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