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Mount Pulas IlL, TIiURSDAYo APRIL 6 1961 NEWS-- (Continued from page 1) as Town Clerk without op- Fok Township Fork Township voters two Democratic auditors i only contest on the ballot. Buckles and Kermit Voile R!::each received 34 votes. Their Re- i lmblican opponents were John R. li, 24 votes, and Henry Hall I[, 9. : Sheehan was elected i; Clerk and Ira Howe, Super- Both are Democrats and unopposed. Henry Hall was non-partisan cemetery i Aetta Remains Dry Aetna township 226 voted ,and 100 wet, on the special Harry M. Randolph, was elected Supervis- over his Republican Dwain Marten. Other elected without opposi- Wilbur Maus, Republi- for assessor; Avoldt Ulrich, town clerk, and, Ro- Sr., Emanual Hunter lvin Rentschler, auditors. township elected Re- bliean Everett L. Cherry, over bent Democrat Thomas J. ar, for supervisor, 254 - 231. Lanterman, Republican, Wim named town clerk over Ver- o A McCray, 281 . 171. Earl : ,t'man was named assessor William M. Drake, Carl Cri- 1 and Herman Girdler were ted auditors, all without a Towaship bent Illini Austin Town- ,upervisor William B. Jones, blican, easily won re-elec- /o a new four-year term in township voting. 106 votes to 34 for Alsup, the Democratic Democrat Town H. Southern also won re- defeating Robert E. by a vote of Assessor, Wm. Heft, 98 votes to 41 Charles Cross. Democrats also elected two of members of the town- board of auditors, Victor with 70 votes and Harold Burgett with 68. William Disbrow Harold Rotz tied for third place with 67 votes apiece and the tie will have to be broken, prob- ably by a coin toss. Democrat Charles W. Emerick 63 votes, and Republican Lauren Emery, 59 votes, were the losing auditor candidates. Chester Township For supervisor: Harold Fue, (R) 55; assessor, BurrelI Miller, (R) r52; town clerk, Mrs. Mayford (R) 53; auditors, Tony Werth (R) 54, E. T. CUlnan (R) 49, Raymond Gimbel (R) 58. (No opposition). Several Contests In School Elections The election of members of tim boards of education are scheduled for this coming Saturday, April 8 with four contests in this area. Four candidates are vieing for the three positions on the Mount Pulaski Township High School Board. Candidates are, R.N. Hamm and John Bryson, Jr., seek- ing re-election, with Harold Mann and Kenneth Connolley the other candidates. There is no election contest at the grade school with Leland L. Cross, Harry Martin, Jr., and Harry VanHook the candidates. Another area contest is at the Chestnut Community Consolidat- ed grade school, where six candi- dates are seeking the three vacan- cies. Candidates are, John W. Howe, Walter Jaggi, Albert J. Buehler, Wayne Rodman, William McKinley and Dwain Marten. The third contest will be at Lake Fork Community Consoli- dated with four seeking election to three vacancies. Lindis Ogles- by, Lowillis Handlin, Milton French and Harold Moore, are the candidates. The fourth contest is in the Warrensburg-Latham Unit Dist- rict with three seeking the posts of two members to be elected. Candidates are Herschel Emerick, Charles W. Gallagher and Charles McQuire. With no contest at Cornland Community Consolidated, the candidates are Carl Braehear, George E. Drake'and Albert John- son Three are to be elected at the Birks school with Edward Hawk, Kermit Volle and Ed Sheehan the candidates. [ Poll hours are from 12 noon to 7:00 p.m. 1blest Pine To Keep It! Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. ' In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box 111 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 |i. to you...but costs little! iI:: WE RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN i|  SO MANY WAYS . . . -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account e Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. Loans FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASF ILLINOIS MENTOR.GRAHAM POTLUCK DINNER The Mentor-Graham Unit of the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hos- pital Auxiliary will hold a pot- luck dinner at St. John's Lutheran Church on Tuesday, April 11, at noon. Please bring a dish to pass and own table service. Mr. Stahlhut, administrator of the ALM hospital and other re- presentatives, will be present at this meeting to bring facts about the hospital and to answer any questions. This is an endeavor to better inform members. There will be no plea for money or additional volunteer services. This is not a membership drive, although friends are welcome and if interest, may join. Area Auxiliary officers will be present and possibly will give brief auxiliary information. There .will also be a short busness meet- rag. Dr. and Mrs. Leland Cross and family made a week's Easter- time vacation trip to points of interest in Florida. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Willman and three daughters of St. Joseph, Mo., visited over Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finke and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Opperman and son David. ELKHART SENIORS TO PRESENT PLAY APRIL 21 A three-act play, "Good Night, Ladies," will be presented by the senior class of the Elkhart high sctmol on Friday, April 21 at 8 p.m. in the school gym. Bruce Roberts is director and Fred Giavaganoll is assistant di- rector. Having leading rollsl are Sue Schroth, Mary Smith, Roger Olt- mans and Hugh McCue. Others in the cast are Marilyn Wise, Lar- ry Damarin, Judy Shawgo, Jackie Iinds, Eugene Lewis, Sandra Baumhardt, Gary Yard and Wil- ma Hunter. I am Sincerely Grateful to my LOYAL FRIENDS who supported me in the election Tuesday. THANK YOU! T. D. HAVENER, SR. 6. E. UPRIGHT FREEZER 11 CU. FT. 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