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THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- N EWS, MOUNT PULJULKL ILOIS THURSDAY, MARCH ii i  iJ i I JOHN VETTER-- (Continued rrum page I) ding celebration Oct. 25, 1931. For a number of years Mr. Vetter served as a custodian at the Mt. Pulaski township high school, giving up this work because of advancing age. During the years the h e w a s affectionately known to all the students as "Judge Vetter," a term which greatly pleased him. All these boys and girls, many of whom are married and have families, will ever remember him for his great kindness toward them. Surviving are the following seven children:- Mrs. John T. Downing, Mrs. Glenn Mc earthy, Mrs. Walter Hagenbuch Sr., and Miss Frances Vetter. of Mount Pulaski; William, of Den- ver, Colo.; Mrs. Edmur Beebe of Olathe, Kas.; and Mrs. Russell Miles of Chicago. There are al- so seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home and to- day (Thursday) were taken to the residence where friends may call. The casket will not be opened at the church. Mr. Vetter was a member of the St. John's Lutheran church, where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday, March 30, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Ray O. Zumstein. Burial in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court Of Said County: In Probate Chestnut Unit Meeting Mrs. Henry h'euschafer, at her home in Chestnut. was hostess to the Home Bureau Unit Wednes- day, March 21. Miss Anna yon Thun assisted. Mrs. Lavenda Taylor of Lin- coln, assistant county home ad- viser, gave the major lesson, "Planning Emergency Meals," and Mrs. Edward Fetzer present- ed the minor lesson, "Picture Framing." Guests of the unit were Mrs. Huston of Springfield; and Mrs. Jess Malone of Chestnut. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Elmer Roos on Wednesday, April 18. at 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Raymond Koenig assisting. Guest leaders will be Mrs. Clifford Leimbach and Mrs. Eu- gene Stoll of Chestnut Happy Homemakers, who will present the major lesson, "How Life In- surance Aids Family ecunty. Mrs. Elmer Roos will give the minor lesson. "Program Plan- ning." All who can respond to the ur- gent call for blood for the blood :bank are asked to contact the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln, or, Mrs. Edwin Rentschler unit president of Chestnut. 1 GEORGE A. PALMER AT GREAT LAKES George A. Palmer, seaman re. cruit, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester N. Palmer, route 1 Chestnut, is receiving training in Naval life and traditions at Great Lakes training center, un- der the Navy's recruit training program. THOMAS H. MINDER DIED AT SPRINGFIELD Thomas H. Minder, 65, of 1607 West Glenn Ave., Springfield, Ill., died at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 15, 1951, in the St. John's hos- pital in that city. Mr. Minder was born June 8, 1885, in Sangamon county, a son of John and Elizabeth Minder. October 26, 1925 he married Marie Stoll of Chestnut vicinity. He was employed as a carpenter at the Baker Hardware and Lumber Co. in Pawnee. Besides his wife he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Thornton Ford of Pawnee; and two brothers, George Minder, Springfield and Mansford Minder, Melrose Park. Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary's church in Pawnee with burial in the Calvary cemetery there. Ernest Branmier and Mrs. Lyd- ia Branmier of Wilton Junction, Iowa, came to attend the funeral. Decedent was a brother-in.law of Mrs. Branmier. WORDS OF APPRECIATION We wish to thank all our many friends and relatives for the many congratulatory cards we received when our daughter, Linda Louise, was born March 16 in the Decatur and Macon coun- ty hospital. Raymond and Verna Stoll, Chestnut, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Kinnett of Summit, and Donald Kinnett, of Chicago, visited southwest of the city at Eastertime with their mother, Mrs. Walter Fisher. { Miss Rita McGee, student at Docket No. 957 I Lindenwood college, St. Charles, In Re: Estate of.Martin Grath. Misses Phyllis Dittus and Caro- tMo. ' visited south of the city at wohl, Deceased. lyn Sullivan, spent the short[Eastertime with her parents, ..... , Easter vacation with their par-/Mr, and Mrs. William McGee. The unuersgned Aaminisra- i__ t ........... or of the Estate of Martin Je,, mr. ano vtrs. :clcl Dittus { .... ....... {and Mrs and Mrs VCalter Sul- { Phone us your news Items. ramwoni, ueceasea, nawng, l' a ' : been aplmmted as such by the J J n. _ County Court of Logan County, | ................ -----U=. Illinois, and having duly quali-] fled, hereby gives public notice | that the first Monday of May, A. | ....... D. 1951, the same being the 7th| FOLKS day of said month, is the claim J A&11I# date in the estate of said deceas- { ed and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of sum...ons.-, B.F. HOLMES, Adminisator. :: Geo. J. Smith, Attorney. You "cmc" FOR EASTER ? We know the fashion trend in new coiffures and are ready to serve our patrons with the newest in permanents and they are priced from only $6.00 up. Phone 8"/1 Now. BOBBIE BEAUTY SHOP No. 13 Over Kresges RUBY CRUM !: IT'S GOOD . TRY SOME TODAY! Due to disagreements with the Fu'oger management, I am no longer affiliated with the company. I want to take this means of thanking. the people who traded with me in the past. ELECTION TUESDAY (Continued from page I) only one contest, Joe Armstrong and James Jenssen for school trustee. In Lake Fork township there is no opposition with only a Democratic ticket in the field with Albert Reiterman for sup- ervisor and Otis Howe for com- missioner. In Austin township there are two contests, Coy Galloway Democrat, and W. N. Montgom- ery, Republican, for commission- er of highways and Joe Goretzke, Democrat and H. Aughenbaugh, Republican, for school trustee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank spent Easter in her sister, Mrs. Everett Mr. and Mrs. Don George Sisk of Peoria, beth and Mary Ann coln, visited Easter father, Harry Sisk. SECOND ANNUAL RALLY AT CORNLAND The second annual Preaching Rally will be the Cornland Christian Monday, April 2 to 6. Five nights with ten ing speakers. Time, 7 will also be special "Bill, I've Cot Good News {" My-wife attended those two days of the ing school they had at the high school and Wednesday, and I'm sure glad she did. is trying out some of those recipes she picked there and so far they have been working fine. Of course, she'll probably have a now and then, but I won't say a word--I'll eat it anyway, hoping that the next attempt be more successful. "And say, Bill. It looks like we are not to have to buy a new can opener, after know something -- in this day and age when are almost living out of cans, I'll bet you th why they refer to us men sometimes as Old Goat." Mount Pulaski Telephone MOUNT PULASKI THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 30 - :51 Hershel T.T __J nayaen "ROCKY MOUNTAIN" starling . $'1" XTN SAL W ' Errol F1ynn - Patrice Wymore - plus - CARTOON ----- COMEDY SUNDAY and MONDAY, APRIL 1 - 2 Matinee Sunday at 2 o'clock &1. FOR ONLY "PAGAN LOVE SONG" (IN TECHNICOLOR) with Esther Williams - Howard Heel =also= SELECTED SHORTS DR. S. G. , Jr. Exmtion and Correction of the EYES --SEE-- Miss Rose Gulso -or o MONE 8.3233 Springfield (Collect) for Appointment 307 South WazbJngton MOURT IqTLAS](I, ILLINOIS ONE 'T TO A  -YOU GET ALL TIllS COME EARLYI THE SALE MAY NEVER BE REPEATEDI Nmyl Wwsuwdy  lrwe lul, U,qdy eVdnd, eml ee,,qple q,,mm m Ikhd. IMw 2 Iknly llalla., m IloJmliMk kd.. s mm Rm .... m Vaughan Walch Authorim Ddmr WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, APRIL 4 -  "PREITY BABY" with Dennis Morgan - Betsy Blake Edmund Gwenn - Zachary Scott - and - CARTOON -- VARIETY VIEW--- NEWS