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PAGE SIX RELL C. BEIDLER-- (Continued om page I) he was a grandson of Jabez Capps, who founded Mount Pu. laski in 1836, and that his mo- ther was the first girl born in the city. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Everett, of Mount Pulaski, and Samuel Linn, of Chicago; one daughter, Mrs. Graham Eddy of Arlington, Va.; five grand- children; and two brothers, Geo. C. Beidler, of Chicago, and Paul E. Beidler of Mount Pulaski. The remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home and at noon Thursday were taken to the family residence, to be re- turned to the tuneral home at 9 a.m. Friday where funeral serv- ices will be held at 2 p.m., con- ducted by Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, pastor of the Methodist church. Burial in Mount Pulaski ceme- tery. BIRTHS , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stengel Jr., of Lanesville vicinity, are par- ents of a son, born Tuesday, Mar. 13, in St. John's hospital, Spring- field. A daughter was born Wednes- day, March 14, in Deaconess hos. pital, Lincoln. to Mr. and Mrs Emmitt Shellhammer, who live northeast of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shull are parents of a son born Thurs- day, March 8 in the St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. Sunday, March 11, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hinds, of Elkhart. Miss Minnie Hullmann, Pasa- dena, Calif., who came to Mount Pulaski recently to visit her sis- ter, Mrs. Otto Knauer. is now living in Chestnut with her niece, Mrs. R. E. Gerhardt. FRIDAY. SATURDAY DILL PICKLES ........ qt. jar 25c, CHERRY CHOCOLATES ...... lb. 47c SNOSHEEN CAKE FLOUR ............ 35c SWIFTNING .... 3-1bs. 98c Place Your Order Now for Emrter Ham GET READY FOR SPRING BUY GARDEN SEEDS NOW | UI,MER'S MARKET Mount Pulaski MOUNT PULASKI "r/MES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASICL ILLINOIS EVANGELISTIC MEETING AT COPELAND CHURCH You are reminded that a pre- Easter Evangelistic meeting will be held at the Copeland Christ- ian church, six miles southwest. of Mount Pulaski, beginning on Sunday morning, March 18, and closing Sunday evening, March 25. The services will be held at 7:30 o'clock each evening except Saturday, and the public is in- vited. The meetings will be in charge of the pastor, Rev. Vern Barr, of Lincoln. Larry Schnautz, minister of the North Hurter Christian church, will be the song leader. Special music each evening. There will be Bible preaching and good old gospel singing. OUR WEATHER March is one of the most un- and sleet Other and this the temperature has not been dis- agreeable. One need not zip or button his jacket to tight TO HOLD ANNUAL EASTER KITCHEN MARCH 24 The women of St. John's Luth- eran church will hold their an- nual Easter Kitchen in the chur- ch basement Saturday, March 24, beginning at 10 a.m. A wonderful opportunity to get good things for your Easter din- ner. In case you want to order colored Easter eggs, contact Mrs. Chris Weller or Mrs. Walter A. Schafer. Among the 93 members of the internationally famous U. of I. Concert Band, which will present its 61st annual concert Tuesday and Wednesday, March 20-21, is Win. T. Myrick Jr., of Mount Pu- laski, who plays comet predictable months of the winter season as far as weather in con-]] I.IIICOLII  K I cerned, and the brand is a vWPRC 1370 good demonstration. Following a 20-degree above zero temperature last Friday I|LL|| s  morning, with a day of sunshine, the weather every day from Sat- urday on has brought rain, snow THE P2AIRIE RADIO COBP,= INSURANCE OF EVERY Phone 46 Mount NEW HO LLAND The World's Fastest HAY BALER CLARK IMPLEMENT CO. Mount Pulaski Phone f Notice Of Special Election NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on March 26, 1951 a special election will be held in and for Community Consolidated School District Number an County, Illinois, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of said School District lowing proposition: Shall the Board of Education.of Community Consolidated School District Num- TREAT YOUR OATS ber 33, Logan County, lllinoss, issue School Building Bonds of said School Dis- trict, in the amount of $95,000, maturing serially on January 1 in each of the wilh "CERESAN" NOW I I II To Check Losses Igmw b lm lime to prolm your oat :   aut-borne Helmin- tlmorium blight and other di 4mmm that Can cause it to produce poor stands and low yieldL DuPut"Cemsann Seed Dirlnfeo. mt and rolzctant by reduci seed decay and blight on actually hell to step up and yields. And its profit- qm is lwa effectiveb no matter bow bad tim weatbor. EQUALLY EFFECTIVE on wheat, berby, rye, mJUets and . Fcr   a eec-  gnng 'ce Ln US TREAT YOUR SEED WITH aCERESAMn NIANTIC FARMERS GRAIN CO. Phone 56 NIANTC. ILLINOIS years and bearing interest as follows: $ 5,000 - 1953 through 1959 bearing interest at 2% per annum 5,000 - 1960 through 1964 bearing interest at 2V4% per annum 20,000 - 1965 bearing interest at 21/4 % per annum 15,000. 1966 bearing interest at 21/4 % per annum such interest payable semi-annually on January 1 and July 1 of each year? That for said special election this School District shall constitute one voting precinct polling place therefor is as follows: MOUNT PULASKI CONSOLIDATED GRADE SCHOOL The polls at said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon to seven o'clock p.m. of Dated this 13th day of March, 1951. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD Attest: R. F. DITTUS, Secretary of the Board of Education of Community Consolidated School District Number 33, Logan County, Illinois OF EDUCATION. HARRY W. VAN HOOK President of the Board of Education of Community Consolidated School Number 33, Logan County, Illinois I