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4--TIS. Mount 1  THURSDAY. MARCH IG, 1961 SUNDAY AT HOME HERE DROBISCH, 89, EDW'ARD G. WOLF DIED IN SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY, MAR. 11 Mrs. Emma Drobisch, a resi- dent of Mount Pulaski most of her life, died in her home on South Vine St., at 6:25 a.m. Sun- day, March 12, 1961, aged over 89 years. Her health had been failing for several years. Bauer was born June 16, 1871, in Columbus, Ohio, a dau- ghter of Gustave Bauer and Amelia Barth Bauer. At the age Of 14 years she came to Mount Pulaski to make her home with grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. M. Duering, he being pastor of the St. John's Lutheran Church. In Mount Pulaski on Oct. 18, 1893 she married Gustav D. Drobisch. He passed away March 31, 1939. Mxs. Drobisch, who spent her en- tire wedded life in Mount Pul- :mfld, was a member of the St. John's Lutheran Church and the ladies' Aid Society of the chur- Decedent is survived by two daughters, Mrs. J. H. (Fern) Mt. Pulaski, and Miss Viola Drobisch, at home; one grandson, Gustavus B. Stuart, of Tokyo, Japan and one grand- daughter, Mrs. Art Stuckel of Mt. Pulaski; also, three great-grand- children. The body was removed to the Funeral Home. Funeral services were held at 3 pan., Tuesday, March 14, in St. John's Lutheran Church, conduct- ed by .the pastor the Rev. Ray O. Zumin. Appropriate organ music was played by Dan Mc- Nabb. Burial was in the Mount Pul-  Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Charles Schultz, Dean Schultz, Rayraond Hahn, Glen Mason, Russell Shull and Harry VanHook. THANK YOU I want to thank everyone for card_s, visits and flowers, I was a surgical patient in DecatUr-Macon county bus- and since returning home. : Charles Newell, Chestnut. ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that on April 18, 1961 next, at the following Precincts: No. 1 City Hall; No. 2 Minnesota Tool Co.: : No. 3 Myrick's Hatchery, in the of Mt. Pulaski, in the Coun- ty of Logan, State of Illinois, an Election will be held, the purpose 0f electing the Mayor, City Treas- Urer, City Clerk, Aldermen ol 1, 2, and 3. Which Election will be opened o'clock in the morning, and be closed at Six o'clock in afternoon of that day. Dated at City Clerk's Office this of March in the year of our Lord one thousand nine and sixty-one. Carleton E. Drake, Clerk. Edward G. Wolf, 69, of 1522 Vernon Ave., Springfield, Ill., died at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 11, 1961, in St. John's Hospital in that city, following a heart attack. He was born during the year 1892, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Wolf of Altamont, Ill., and had lived in Springfield for a number of years. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, and the American Legion Post 32. Mr. Wolf was a veteran of World War I, and was formerly a bottled gas distributor. Besides his invalid wife, Mar- tam, he is survived by nine brothers, namely: Bernhard, Er. win, August, and George, all of Altamont; Henry, of Effingham; Rhinhart of Wheeler; Arthur of Baltimore, Md.; Hug of St. Charles, Me.; four sisters, Martha wife of Wilbert Yagow, of Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Louise Beccue and Mrs. Lydia Ishmael, of Spring- field, and Mrs. Alma Pencek, of Baltimore, Md. The body was taken to Bisch Memorial Home in Springfield, where funeral services were held Tuesday, March 14, at 1:00 p.m., in charge of the Rev. Rudolph A. Haak. Burial was in the Roselawn cemetery east of Springfield. The funeral was attended by several relatives and friends from Mount Pulacki. SIL.TENNIAL KITCHEN BAND REHEARSING The Sil-Tennial Belles Kitch- en Band met Monday evening, March 13, at the library, for an- other practice session. The group is beginning to make real music. So far they have five numbers pretty well rehearsed. The Band will have its next practice on Thursday evening, March '23 at the library. Belles who would like to participate in! light entertainment that will give l them a lot of good laughs during the Sil.Tennial Year, should join up with the Kitchen Band. Mrs. Kenneth Stoll is the direct- or; Mrs. Tommie Havener, St., is chairman. ANNUAL TOWN MEETING AND ELECTION Notice Is Hereby Given To the legal voters, residents o* the Town of Mt. Pulaski in the County of Logan and State of Illinois, that the Annual Meeting and Election of Officen of said Town will take place or Tuesday, April Fourth, A.D. 1961 being the first Tuesday of said month. The polls will open at 6 o'clock A.M., and will close at 6 o'clock P.M., on said day in the place or places designated as follows: First Precinct . Minnesota Tool Co. Second Precinct - Chestnut Hatchery. Third Precinct - Ladies Aid Bldg., Lake Fork. Fourth Precinct - Hilltop Elec- tric Co. The officers to be elected are: One Supervisor One Town Clerk One Assessor Three Auditors The Town Meeting for the transaction of miscellaneous business of said Town will be held at the hour of 2 o'clock P.M. on said day at Township Office {Hilltop Electric Co.) and a mod- erator having been elected, will proceed to hear and ports of officers, to money to defray the expenses of the Town on such measures as pursuance of law, come the meeting; and consider and decide the Special Gravel Tax Given under my hand Pulaski, Ill., this 8th March, A.D. 1961. Dale D. Fuhrer, Oon'00 Let Them Fly Away... clip th udns on so of those hard-earneaf dollars../e em work - hare., ui INSURED SAFET'00,, plus /#/ve Aro, WHEREyou save DOES ma/cea Logan Co.'s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Sin BROADWAY & KICKAPOO . LINCOLN, ILL. 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