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GUSEMAN, , DIED Anna Laura Guseman, a and esteemed res- )f Cornland, Ill. for more years, died in her home pan. Monday, March 27, While sitting in a rocking During the early part of Miss Guseman had an auto trip to Mount Pul- With her brother Jesse. Her death came as a shock to and friends. She was i Years, 1 month and 11] Mi C,,-'T ma was a member of the 'd Christian Church, and e Order of Eastern Star Corn- Sit s survived by two broth- bh  and Jesse Guseman, Siam Cornland. was removed to the body FUneral Home in Mount i and at 19 a.m. this Thurs- aorning, March 30, was tak- * the Christian Church in d to lie in state until time te funeral services, which leld at 2 p.m. conducted by ev. j. H. Beckholt of Lin- was made in the Walnut etery, northwest of Wil- Lilll. The pallbearersj' ' Drake John Bryso , - .Johnson: Harry Peterson, Qf el,, tterton and Carl Brachear ""mand. Au NEWS 1e Home Bureau meets Tues- Trow- lth Ms. Pearl (Ray) ,_a: Sibeth Berry of Calhoun _ Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau , ":g es 1 vehdU eaYy niroghwt " e -' Mrs. Dick Disb , ht. and Mrs. Don Bess and _ tar Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Lar- . w'ne, all of Decatur. iii eek of pre-Easter services seerk at Center Chapel. The r at Dalton City is assist- fire department was the Ken Dierker home of Glenn Rau's, Tuesday Where a floor furnace be- Mrs. Robt. Trow- the call, rushed ov- extinguisher, and had fire trucks arrived. T. Johnston in Pine Crest Home north of Clinton burned arm, from a garage shop and wash at H. Heilman place was torn down Saturday, sav- luber. The de- crib is being cleaned up Ruby Rau and Sandra and vmited Helen Heiserman in home in Lincoln, Sunday Soon came Mr. and Heft and Bradley and Hathorn. Guy O. Longenbaugh, in Pine Crest Home. Funeral services in Clinton M. E. Church, Memorial Park Ceme- pastor of Center Harmony U.B. chur- l918.19. Later left U. B. for the Methodist. fog Wednesday, more y was nice and Crocus' were all open. nice . then oh, such a Monday. Gusts to 50 hour. Yard fences shucks again. No rain from 70 degrees to A. M. Chilly. Dust land Essa Gray of Maroa all those flowers to H. She has accom- Rena Fazel to her many flow- ;la peeking up over a aUd low in east Sunday at 6 o'clock, was qmt.e a Sun so bright was blind- Birk of West Salem Sam's mother passed 7 in Los Angeles, a died SIL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS Lincoln, Illinois I am sending my contribution for the Sil-Tennial Association. Dessie Reiser. Chicago, Illinois 3800 N. Kenmore Ave. We enjoy getting the Times- ,News and reading news from the old home town. Enclosed is our contribution, which will make us members of the Sil.Tennial As- sociation. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Creager. Springfield, Illinois. 3032 Louise Lane The representatives who ap- peared on the Bernie Johnson Show here in Springfield, March 21st, certainly did a wonderful job of publicizing the Sil-Tennial. I enjoyed seeing them. My hus- band and I are looking forward to attending the celebration in July. Maxine (Meister) Casad. Springfield, Ill. 3136 Carman I would like to have a copy of your Souvenir Edition. Enclosed SANDRA STOLL HONORED AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stoll en- tertained at a dinner Sunday, honoring their daughter, Sandra, who was a member of the Con- firmation class at the Zion Luth- eran Church that morning. Those present were: Mrs. Wayne Btanford, Cletus Clobes, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gimbel, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gulso, Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Horn and sons Eddie and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Horn, Mr. and Mrs. is our contribution. I know it will bring back many happy memor- ies. Mrs. Mabel (Follis) Zappia. Northridge, Calif. 9638 Roseda Blvd. Enclosed is my contribution for the Sil-Tennial Edition. Will try to arrange to be there. E. G. Bauman. Washington, D. C. 910 - 7th N.W. St. Enclosed is my contribution for two Bound Editions. One of these is for my brother, William, at 5206 So. Nagle St., Chicago 38, Ill. :Best of luck on your celebration. Richard Merriman. Peoria, Illinois 1311 W. Margaret St. We hope to attend the celebra- tion and to join you in paying homage to those who have made my home town great. Enclod is my contribution for a Bound Sou- venir Edition. Joseph C. Snyder. Wess Laughery, Mrs. Chloe Rob- son, Mrs. John Stoll, Mrs. Pearl Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll and children, Ronnie, Linda and Kathy, all of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. George Stoll of Lincoln, and Mrs. John Nitzel, of Normal. Confirmation Dinner At Martin Home Mr. and Mrs. John W. Martin city, were hosts to a Confirmation dinner honoring their daughter, Connie, and nephew, Donald Neal of Lake Fork, who were among the confirmants at Zion Luther- an Church Sunday morning. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Martin, Mr. and' Mrs. Aaron Riggs and daughters, Carl Fullreide, Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and daugh- ter Gayle, of Latham; Mr. Mrs. Donald Cotton and daughters of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Oltman, Jr., and children, Lincoln; Mrs. Ivy Neal, Mr. and Mrs Dar- rel Neal and daughter, of Fork. : YOUR VOTE For Me For ASSESSOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP AT THE APRIL 4 ELECTION WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED ROY AYLESWORTH CALL SW 2-5200 If You Need A Ride to the Polls-in Next Tuesday's Election MRS. ROBERT S. KECK TO AVOID DAMAGE To Our Underground Cables which are in the alleys and streets of Mount Pulaski, we would appreciate it very much if you will notify us prior to any digging or trenching for sewer connections, so that we may then locate our cables for you. Mount Pulaski Re-elecf THOS. A. GUPTON, SR. Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Election, Tuesday, April 4, 1961 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED FARMERS... GOOD NEWS! A new Farm Blanket Policy Iron FARMERS AUTO OF PEKIN We can now protect you with a new Farm Blanket Policy that covers your TRACTORS LIVESTOCK SELF.PROPELLED EQUIPMENT CROPS MACHINERY SUPPLIES WAGONS TOOLS against fire, lightning, windstorm and other dan- gers  including theft, vandalism or malicious mischief ($50 deductible). Also included: LIVESTOCK DEATH OR INJURY by dogs or wlid animals by drowning or accidental sbootisg LOSS OR DAMAGE TO POWERED FARM MACHINERY by collision or by floods ($50 deductible) yet this new Farm Blanket Policy with its added protection is still available to you at low Farmers Auto ratesas nuch as 0% lower tha other companies. Claim service is always fast, fair and courteous.., most claims are handled entirely by us for prompt, personal attention. STOP I OR PHCMIE FOR COMPLrlrlE INFORMAllOIII PAUL R. MOORE INSURANCE PHONE: SW 2-5215 MOUNT PULASki, ILL.