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MARCH 27, 1941 ___ People of Community United in Marriage and Mrs Louis French who were un;ted in marr;age on Sun- 16fh at the Zion Lutheran church. Mrs. French was Marilyn Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D;ck Mu- LATHAM ?Udson McCure of Waver m the new minister at the church starting Sunday and sevening services. little son of Gene Dory is the SCarlet fever. Miller of Lincoln, Hoover and Mrs. Ral- were callers in l)e- aternoor, Birks and Mrs. Sliz- were visitors o Garrison at Mount Pu- LuVCn are to Mono where he Pastor of the Baptist IiSionary Ladies of the church held a pot luck the home of Mrs. Perry Thursday. The after- wa spent sewing for the Mrs. Earl Martin spent With rs. Ella Birks, Rex te e and son of Decatur Weekend with Mrs. Missionary met at of Mrs. Roy Turner on potluck. House and baby of Lincoln, returned home Tuesday after a two weeks illness at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K ames The Eastern star of the Latham chapter celebrated their annivers- ary Wednesday with a pot luck for their families and an enter- tainment was given also. Guy Hathorn bought the home of Clifford Games. Mr. Games is going to build a new country home just east of Latham on his farm- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gareclt and daughter Mary Jane, of Spring- field spent Sunday with her par- ents, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Turner of Lincoln spent the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner. The Brotherlood of the Christ- ian churches of Logan county came to Latham Tuesday evening for a dinner given by the men of the Christian cluroh Fifty-four attended. The past Chief Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Albert Reit- erman next Tuesday evening. Mrs. [ra Howe as assistant hostess. The Dorcas Class of  Meth- odist church will meet Tuesday evening, April 1, with Mrs. John Sheet Mrs. Earl Potter is assist- ant hostess.. Mrs. Clara Belle Crowe and BLEST BE THE TIE THAT BINDS ION5 6 _ ..... ..,,.,. . .... ]Lpl rm sloume  mmm.'wa mo my,um u, niece, Barbara Beidler ofMotmtlw= taken to the rce atlSPRINGFIELD PUPILS Pulas ent Sunday teoon Broade Th,,daY t,- RE p I ...... t.IVISIT SCHOOL HE with Mr. and Mrs. Ralpl Waddell l Funeral services WUl ve conauc.. I ........ and family, led at 2:30 p. m. Friday in the t Thirty pupus rom ne 2: .... /Broadwell Christian church, Rev. ]grade of the Lincom cn, ATTENDED FUNERAL IN I L H. Hooe of ]]liopolis, officiffting Springfield, accoenanied by their BUFFALO WEIDNESDAY Interment will be in Union ceme- Relatives in Mount Pulaski and vicinity who were in Buffalo Wed- nesday afternoon and attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Ger- trude Edwards, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mrs. Leroy Buckles, Robert N. Jones, Mrs. Lfllie Green, Mrs. Sidney Lee, Mr. and Mrs Sam Gasaway, Mrs. Wil- helm Baumann, Mrs. Frank E. tery at Lincoln. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor At the service of worship at 10:30 a. L Sunday, March 30, the discussion on the Catechism will be concluded with the presenta- Turley, Miss Viola Ridgeway, At-ition of the last part of the .Lord's thur Ridgeway. t Supper. The subject for the mid-week NOAH COSBY, BROADWELL, ]service at 7:30 p. rn. Wednesday, DIES OF BURNS IAprll 2, will be ,'Christianity and Noah Cosby, 81, of BroadweU,] Salvatiom" died at I:12 a. m. Wednesday,[ The public is invited to ,these March 26, in St. Clara s hospital | and all services  St. John s Lu- Lincoln, from burns sustained late theran church. Tuesday, when his clothing caught fire while he and three other per- sons, including his son, Paul Cos- by, Sr., were burning stubbles at the Cosby farm near BroadwelL An inquest into his death will be conducted by Coroner Edwin C. G0ff. Cosby, a native of Broadwell, was married at Lincoln in 1881 to Mary Hannah Love, who suc- cumbed in 1935. He held member- ship in the Broadwell Christian i church and the Modern Woodmen of America. Survivors include his son, Paul Cosby, Sr., and four grandchildren. The body was renoved to the Sheets funeral home, Lincoln, and teacher, Mrs. Eva Clear Neal, and principal, J. C. Gannon, through special arrangements with the Il- linois Central railroad, arrived in Mount Pulaski at 11:12 a. m Thursday on the Green Diemu)nd, and were taken to the local grade school in the Harold L Hargrave bus. It was the first train ride for most of the pupils, and a great event in their young lives. The children ate their lunch in the school and visited through the building. Several parents and friends came here from Springfield in autos, and about 3 p. m left with the pupils on the trip back to ' their homes. Is your subscription paid up in advance? If not, why not? VOTE FOR H. O. Elliott DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Town Clerk Leenn.e Township ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL I. SPECIMEN BALLOT Of the Township Election of Laenna Township, Logan County, Illinois, Tuesday, April I, 1941. Town Clerk. O d DEMOCRAT FOR ASSESSOR ['--1 R. D. Waddeil FOR TOWN CLERK []H. O. Ellioff FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (Vote for Two) J--] C. A. Rimer FOR CONSTABLE (Vote for Two) O REPUBLIOAII FOR ASSESSOR [--] Harold C. Vaughan FOR TOWN CLERK [ Herschel Emrick FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (Vote for Two) [S. W. Reeves ......... . . . . . / FOR CONSTABLE (Vote for Two) '-1 Roy Turner FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE ........ ..,...*.*--o --J Thos. E. Dey FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE . . . . . , . o , , FOR CEMETERY TRUSTEES (vote for TWo) [ D.W. Phillips ;i