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:::::. :. : ...... ::? .... . PULASKI TIMES.NEWS Mount  Illinois and entered as second matter in the post office at Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress 9, 1879. HRRRY J. WIBLE Edlt  Pub11 of SpU: Months ........................... 75c $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Evf Thursday APRIL 1961 S M 1' W 1' F S - - - o - 1 345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17' 18 192021 22 26272829 I  m, m o o NEWS and Mrs. John Curtis ar- L home Tuesday from a mort- visit with their daughter, at Colorado Springs, L. Harem, son of Dr. MI's. R. N. Hamm, is among Idents at Westminster Col- Fulton, Mo., listed on the donor Roll at the conclus- 1st semester of the cur. academic year. These honor received grade averages 350 or better on a 4.0 system. enrollment at the of the first semester at 559. Domt Zumstein, who attends College at Carthage, is home for an Easter vaca- visit with his parents, Rev. Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein. a Ham Supper at the Metho ms Wednesday, April 5p.u and Carol Biesemeier, at Valparaiso (Indiana) are home for an East- visit with their par- Mr, and Mrs. John D. Bless- Myrick, student at the of Illinois, is home for e vacation with her Mr. and Mrs. William Me LeRoy Journal, issue of 24, carried the following: "3ft. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ralston home St. Patrick's Day few weeks of southern ex- at Lakeland, Fla." Mr. is a native of Mt. Pulaski. snd Mrs. Troll Turner were Lincoln. :was announced Thursday, by officials at Chicago headquarters "of the ce Department, that Mid- , west of this city, would , a new postoffice by July 1st. According to James H. Vaughn f Lincoln, general county chair- of the Savings Bond COrn- Logan county residents a total of $1"/'2,867 in E and H United States during February. Bellatti, son of Mr. and ouis Bellatti, was one of 22 College varsity ath- receive awards for corn- on Monmouth's winter teams. He was one of sev- of them who received awards .a wrestler. and Mrs. Henry Stolz of Ind., arrived Friday on ;and to visit relatives and in this vicinity and in La- They plan to stay until of the week. Bertha Sward of Chicago Terry Sargeant, H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Hours: to 12 M. - 2 to 5 pan. (By Appointment)  Phone SW 2-5213 ,  67, Mount lhzlaski, Ill. S. WJLSI[INGTON ST. IlL, THURSDAY, MARCH,INI arrived Friday for a visit with relatives, Ellis Howell, Bud Mun- yon and William Sargeant. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Beccue and family of near Latham, enter- tained at a dinner, Sunday in honor of their daughter, Dianne, who was confirmed at the Zion Lutheran Church, at the worship services that morning. Those pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beccue and three children of Ma con, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathanial Schaal of Mt. Pulaski. --Remembers the Ham Supper at the Methodist Church, Wednesck As 5, at 5 pan. Mrs. Max Dickson of Caruthers- ville, Mo., arrived Sunday for a week's vacation with her daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Schott Jr. and family. The Schotts will take her home by car, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Egermann and son Tommy, who lived for several years with her father, Ted Duff, on South Vine St., moved to Lincoln last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Lercher and Barbara and Billy, of Pekin, entertained at a turkey dinner in and Mrs. James Huffaker and family. The Mount Pulaski Cons. grade I and township high schools and the Zion Parochial school were closed all this week for Easter vacation. Mrs. Fred Froehlich and grand- daughter, Dorla Rae Froehlich, left by train Tuesday night for Buffalo, N.Y. to make an Easter visit with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Turgeon. The latter is a sister-in-law of Mrs. "Froehlich. This is the first train ride for Dorla Rae. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bellatti, liv- ing south of the city, returned to their home recently from a winter stay in Benson, Arizona. Doa't forget the Ham Suppe at the Methodist Church, April 5, at 5  Adults. SI.50: Grade School Children, 75c. EDWARD GUFFEY, 78, DIED ON MARCH 22 Thomas Edward Guffey, who had lived near Athens, Ill., the past seven years, died at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday, March 22, 1961, honor of Billy's 13th birthday, Sunday, March 26. Present were, in the St. John's Hospital, Spring- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arney of Buff-Jfield, where he had been a pati- alo; Mr. and Mrs. Veto Arney!ent for three days, suffering from and Marilyn, and Mr. and Mrs. an apparent heart attack, He was Rufus Arney, of Comland; and[aged 78 years, 5 months and 12 the Lercher family, days. The following enjoyed Sunday i dinner with Mrs. W. J. Jenner Mrs. J. G. Wills and daughter, Kathleen and son, Scott of Val- paraiso, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert C. Wills of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Rubin of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowe and children, Mary and Walter were afternoon callers. Capt. Richard C. Ey, wife and son Steven, of Winthrop, Mass., made a short visit with the form- er's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Clear and Mrs. Charles Ey, and other relatives, on their way East, after a visit in Cali- fornia with his mother, Mrs. J. A. Giorgio and family. Dick and Joe Romer and sister Lynne left Sunday for Blandens- ville, near Macomb, to make an Eastertime visit with their sister, Mrs. Forrest Suycott and family. !Mr. Suycott is music director at Western Illinois University, in Macomb, but purchased property in BlandensviIle recently where they are living. --Everyone is invited to attend the Ham Supper on Wednesday, April 5, at 5 p.m., in the Metho- dt Church. Adults, SI.50 and grade school children 75c. Mrs. Edward Schroth of the Chestnut vicinity, visited in New Berlin Saturday and Sunday with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Decedent was born October 10, 1882, in Columbus, Ind., a son of Frank and Elizabeth Smith Guffey. In young manhood he came to Logan County, Ill., locat- ing near Mt. Pulaski. In Spring- field on Oct. 9, 1919, he married Bertha Ann Geyer of Mt. Pulaski. After farming in this locality for I several years they moved to a place in the Cornland commun- ity and finally moved to the Ath- en's vicinity. Decedent is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Chancy (Marguerite) Roher, of Cornland; and Mrs. Roy (Nadine) Allen of Athens; two sisters, Mrs. Mae Houston of Lincoln, and Mrs. Hat- tie Howard, of Nashville, Ind; one brother, Orville Guffey, of Brins- made, N.D.; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mt. Pul- aski, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 24, conducted by the Rev. John Herr- on, pastor of the Cornland Christ- ian Church. Appropriate organ music was played by Mrs. J. H. i Stuart, of Mount Pulaski. i Interment was made in the Mt. I Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill McCurry and Delbert Ford, of Comland; Guy Hatfield, Charles Schultz, J. H. Stuart, and Edward Michels, of Mt. Pulaski. Tim sky is no  to the chalhges your cMMre. will find in tomonrow's worl& Help thcn prepare far all tlm ooztuncs ahead by assuring them a .ao education. BMA's Guaranteed Education 'PI provldes money for schooling, evea ff some-  lmppms to yc It's best to begin now ... II your BMA presenta- tivo today about the Cuar Education Plan. Kenneth W. Johnson MErS assmtmE C0. Momrr euLs,- sam  41,*um ehom sw 2. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brooker of Elkhart, returned yesterday from a Florida vacation that started in January. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles left Thursday morning (today) to spend some time in Detroit, Mich. WEATHER Friday was a warm day com- pared to the past several. While cloudy and stormy looking the temperture rose to almost 50% Saturday was a beautiful day. Temperature rose to past the 50: reading and the sun was shining brightly from early morning un- til it set. Wind was quite high and pretty sharp. But, the day was a beauty. A real spring day was Sunday. Looked like rain part of the time but sun managed to appear on occasion and no rain came, so the day was quite nice with a temper- ature of around 70. Wednesday was a cold dreary day. The sun made an effort to i shine but clouds won out and I the day look stormy. Temperature I started about 31 degrees and in[ fact it never got much about 40. Wind was quiet. Thursday morning had beginning with about 24 and traces of frost. Sun wind hardly blowing. WORDS OF I would like to thank who remembered me witl visits and flowers while a patient at the county hospital, and since ing home. Your thou was greatly appreciated. Orville ELECTION NOTIC Notice is hereby given, Tuesday, April 18, 1961 the following Precincts: No. Hall; No. 2 Minnesota No. 3 Myrick's Hatchery, City of Mt. Pulaski, in the ty of Logan, State of Election will be held, the of electing the Mayor, City urer, City Clerk, Police Aldermen of Wards I, 2, Which Election will be at Six o'clock in the shall be closed at Six the afternoon of that Dated at City Clerk's 19th day of March in the our Lord one thousand hundred and sixty-one. Carleton E. Drake, Vote for George F. Woloott Democratic Candidate For Justice of the Pease DISTRICT NO. 3 - COMPRISING LAENNA, LAKE FORK, ELKHART, IgJRLBUT and MT. PULASKI TOWNSH Election Tuesday, April 4, 1961 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL SINCERELY APPRECIATED May the coming of this Holy Day refresh your spirit and bring joy to your heart as once again you relive the message of life eternal this Easter Sunday. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mount llmki, Illinois