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If-TIMIW-NEWS, Mount PulaskL Iil, TIlURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 it Jt (Continued from page 1) g on a special tax for road to be levied for the next years. This is an important for Mount Pulaski town- gravel bond issues that been voted in the past have full.9 paid off. The special be voted on next Tuesday the most common sense ap- to the assurance of good 'round roads in the town- at the lowest possible cost. the bond issues that been used for this purpose been much costlier than the plan, for it was necessary interest on those issues. the proposed special tax .10 (which is 10c per $100 valu- all interest charges will eliminated, and all money's will go directly to road keep. Aetna township is having a contest for supervisor Harry Randolph, Democrat, opposed by Dwain Marten. Maus, for assessor, and '&Veldt Ulrich for town clerk, both are unopposed. is a three-way contest for with Robert Myers, Sr., Emanuel Hunter, Republi- and Alvin Rentschler, Demo- Two to be elected. Laenna township has a three. contest for the office of as- sessor. Robert W. Jones, Demo- ltt, and Guy O. Hathorn, Re- and Floyd Buckley, a tein, on the Republican ticket involved. Waddell, Demgcrat, is for re-election as town Six candidates are out for three auditorships u Vincent Robert L. Howe and Ida _ Maske, Democrats, being op- by Grace Chloe Hoaglin, L. Rager and Evelyn Mur- Republicans. Fork township, a Demo- stronghold, has a minor con- Ralph Buckles and Ker- Democrats, being op- by John R. Pope and Henry Republicans, for auditors. Shoehan, town clerk and Ira assessor, are unopposed. In Elkhart township, Everett r is running against Thomas for supervisor. ]ustSce of the Peace race of unusual interest in 'the townships of Mount Laenna, Lake Fork, Elkhart an( tIurlbut townships, is for th( newly-created office of Justice of the Peace. Two candidates from Mount Pulaski are contesting for this office. Francis H. Myrick, Re- publican, and George F. Wolcott, Democrat, both well-known m this area, are the candidates. Circuit Judge Ballot One ballot to be voted upon will be a mere formality. That is the ballot for Circuit Judge, with Leland Simkins of Mount Pulaski, being the only candidate. It is a rather unusual situation for there is only one ticket -- the Republi- can u with Simkins' name on it The Democrats failed to nominate anyone. It's no wonder folks get confused on election laws and ballots. Polls are open from 6:00 A.M. to 6 P.M. School elections will be held Saturday, April 8, with the city of Mount Pulaski and Latham elections on Tuesday, April 18. MOTHER OF DR. H. H. MADDOX SERIOUSLY INJURED IN ACCIDENT Mrs. Anna Maddox, 88, of Oak- land, Mother of Dr. H. H. Maddox, of this city, and a frequent visitor here, was seriously injured Mon- day in an automobile accident near Oakland. She suffered a broken pelvis, cracked shoulder bone, broken ribs, facial cuts and body lacer- ations. Mrs. Kate Shuman, 85 her sister, a passenger in the car suffered a fractured skull, bmk. en jaw, broken wrist and ankle. She was in serious condi- tion. The accident occurred when a tire on their car blew out. A heavy wind was thought respons- ible for the car turning over. The two ladies were taken to the Community Hospital in Charleston. Dr. and Mrs. Maddox] were called immediately and have been there since. NOTE OF THANKS I wish to thank all my neigh- hers, friends, and relatives for cards, letters, gifts, and visits while I was a patient in the De- catur - Macon county hospital, and for all they did for my fam- ily. It was certainly appreciated. Mrs. Joe Cardoni. LUNCH ELECTION DAY Lunch will be served at the Lake Fork Christian Church on election day. P-TA ORGANIZATION NEEDS PRESIDENT FOR COMING YEAR The Mount Pulaski Consolidat. ed Grade School PTA, met Fri- day, March 24, at 7:30 p.m. with Cub Scouts Donnie Vandevender John Schlitt, Bobby Goodpaster, Tommie Connolley, presented the Flag. The nominating committee re- ported that they have been un- able to get a complete slate of officers for the coming year. President, Mrs. Emmitt Shell- hammer announced that the ex- ecutive board, in a special meet- ing with the District Director, re- commended that if no officers can be found by the April meet- ing, it will be brought before the unit to vote on whether to contin- ue the Mt. Pulaski PTA. At that time she will again ask for nom- inations from the floor. Mrs. Ocal Eastman, District Director of District 9, has given the local organization an exten- tion of 30 to 60 days to find someone who will consent to taking over the president's and vice president's offices. The PTA would like to thank Mr. McNabb, Mr. Tanner and Mrs. Handlin, teachers, and the stu- dents, who gave such a fine pro- gram with their operetta, "It's A Woman's World". It was enjoyed by a full house. FATHER OF MRS. M. SINGLEY DIED Alvin Logan, 81 years of age, of Lincoln, father of Mrs. Melvin Singley, died Wednesday, March 22 in the St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, Ill. He was a retired min- er and former employee of the utility company in Lincoln. Deceased was born in Lincoln, Ill., Aug. 31, 1879, the son of Alexander and Elizabeth Russell Logan. He married Sarah Hattie Pollock in Lincoln, Dec. 24, 1901. She survives as does a son, Edgar L. Logan of Lincoln, and a dau- ghter Mrs. Melvin Singley, Mt. Pulaski; three brothers, Grover, of Pekin; Arnold and Thurman, of Lincoln; two Sisters, Ferdella and Julia Logan of Lincoln and six grandchildren. Mr. Logan was preceded in death by five brothers and four sisters. Services were held at the Hol- land & Barry Funeral Home, Lin- coln, at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Mar. 24. The Rev. L. H. Appel officiat- ed. Burial was in the Union ceme- tery. Does Your Car Have a Case of I To Wear Sil-Tennial Dresses Two Days Members of the Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band have set Wednes- days and Saturdays as days to wear their Sil-Tennial attire, to help the publicity of the celebra- tion which will be held July 22 thru 29th. There will be no fine if dresses are not worn. It has also been suggested that all other women and girls in the community who wish to cooper. ate, wear their dresses on the same days. ATTENDED WSCS MEETING IN LINCOLN MARCH 22 Nine members of the WSCS, Mount Pulaski Methodist Church, were in Lincoln Wednesday, Mar. 22, being guests at a meeting held by the WSCS of the First Meth- odist Church. Those in the Mount Pulaski group were Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer, Mrs. Logan Edwards, Mrs. Walter Bartels, Mrs. George A. Volle Mrs. Bessie Kinert, Mrs. John All- sopp, Mrs. Fred Froehlich, Mrs. Oscar Shull, and Mrs. L. McCorm. ick. CARD OF THANKS We would like to take this op- portunity to thank our friends and relatives for the words of sympathy, cards, flowers and all other kindnesses shown at the time of the death of our loved one, Edward Guffey. The Family. Exams For Carrier Peoria Establishment the Seventh U.S. Civil Region, has announced ination for the positions tute Clerk and Substitute for duty in the Mr. Office. Applicants must reside the delivery area of the named post office or be patrons of the office. Starting salary rate is hour, with opportunity f vancement. Applicants must have their 18th birthday on or the date of receipt of tion. There is no maximt limit. A written test is required termine eligibility. Applications must be filed the Executive Secretary, of U.S. Civil Service Post Office, Peoria, IllinoiS, will be accepted until notice. Further information and cation forms may be the post office, Mt. Pulaski, EASTER KITCHEN AT ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN The annual Easter sponsored by members of John's Lutheran Church, held in the church Saturday, April 1, starting 10:30 a.m. Don't forget; secure good for your Easter dinner, I Will Appreciate Your Vole ON TUESDAY, APRIL 4 FOR ASSESSOR OF LAENNA TOWNSHIP Guy O. Hathorn Small dabm or blg ones... FARMERS AUTO .... settles fosfl Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phmae SW 2-5215 MT. PULASKL ILL. aml  Insurr.e iii i!: SPRIN6 FEVERP If it has, you better bring it to "Doctor" Hayes and let his "Hospital" staff get fight to work on it and have it fully "cured". Let us get rid of those "aches and pains" that have accumulated this winter. Safest:Place To Keep Id' P .... Whether it's the deed to your house, yoUr or-mno or securities, your insurance policy or your wife's re " " p cmus jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Bog will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all timeS, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you . . . but costs little.' WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS . . . HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. Loans FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASICL ILL/NOIS #