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ii .-.TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulai IlL, AYo APRIL 13, 1961 L. BENSON, 77, DIED IN LINCOLN L. Benson, of 1014 Tre. St., Lincoln, Ill., a retired ! died at 9:30 p.m. Sunday, 9, 1961 in the ALM hospital at Lincoln, aged 77 years, 3 mon- th and 8 days. He was known to many here. Decedent was born Jan. 1, 1884, at Hallsville, Ill., a son of Sam- uel: D. and Mary Turner Benson. Leda JohnsorL in De-i catur on Feb. 28, 1929. lVlr. Ben-I had lived in Latham and l before moving to Lin- years ago. He was a of the First Methodist in Lincoln. Besides his wife, he is surviv- one daughter, Mrs. Ailene Vlsintine, of Columbus, Ohio; a step,daughter, Mrs. Maxine Wie- Lincoln; one brother, Er- of Decatur; two grand and three great-grand- services were held at a.m. Wednesday, April 12, Holland & Barry funeral Lincoln, with the Rev. H. eldon Pattison officiating. was in the Fairlawn in Decatur. Heater O. Gehlbach Mrs. Hester O. Gehlbaeh, 78, of Ill., died Sunday, April 9, in the ALM hospital, Lin- O. Keys was born June 9, 1882, near Beason, a daughter Andrew and Parmelia Johnston Her marriage to Frank took place Feb. 28, 1905. He died May 13, 1953. She a member of the Beason Methodist Church, and the WSCS that church. Surviving are three sons, Virgil "MARIE DEAN SCHOLARSHIP" IS OFFERED LOGAN COUNTY YOUTH ILLINOIS LEADS CHURCH ATTENDANCE IN FLORIDA The Carmi Time, Carmi, II1., in one of its daily issues last week carried an interesting item about Illfnois people wintering in Flor- ida. Mount Pulaski and neighbor- ing towns have their quota in the large number of Florida visitors from Illinois. Here is the article: "The First Methodist church of Fort Myers, Fla., recently took a roll call of their visitors from other states. Illinois had the most with 72 people. 27 of this group were from the First Methodist Church of Robinson, Ill. and their church received a bouquet of gladioli for Easter. "A reception was held for the visitors after the church service." Scholarship Will Be To University Of Chicago CHURCHES ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2.5965 Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible classes for all ages. 10 aan. Worship Service Is. 40, 11. "Jesus Tender Shep- herd, Lead Me." 7 p.m. Quarterly Congrega- tional meting. Tues., 7:30 Spring adult class. Wed. No School. Thurs., 1:30 LWML, Chestnut. Sun., 9: a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class for all ages. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick. Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Principles of Christian Stewardship" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 pzn. Evening Worship Sermon: "The Cost of the Cross" . ANNOUNCEMENTS - Our Senior CYH group will visit the Senior CYH group of the Lin- coln Christian Church on Sunday, April 16. Cars will leave from the church at 6:00 pan. The Junior CYH and the Adults Study Groups will meet at 6:30 p.m. in their usual places. The Logan County Christian Men's Club will meet at the Lin- coln Bible Institute on Monday night, April 17. Supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the pro- gram at 7:30 p.m. The Loyal Daughters will meet at the Church on Tuesday, April 1S, at 2:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting and choir prac- tice on Wednesday night at 7:30 and 8:30. Larry Ball will be in charge of Prayer meeting 19th. Missionary Sunday, being the third Sunday on the fourth Sunday for Ronald Butler, who is now i to go to Africa as a Missionary, will be our s both services. St. THOMAS AQUINAS Rev. Edward M. Krower, Mass Sunday, April 16, held at 8 a.m. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumsteln, Sunday School 9:30 ! Worship Service 10:301 You are cordially invited to our services. A scholarship fund to be known as the "Lucia Marie Dean Me- morial Fund" has been set up under the terms of the will of the late Lucia Marie Dean at the Un- iversity of Chicago. Miss Dean received an A.M. degree from the University ol Chicago in 1933. She formerly taught in the high school here. She was the daugh- ter of the late Ezra Dean, living southwest of Mount Pulaski. She died Aug. 15, 1959. The last will and testament of Miss Dean said, in part: 'rhe selection of the individu- als to receive the scholarship a- wards shall be under the direc- tion of the President of the Uni- versity, and in the making of such awards I direct that prefer- ence shall be given to students from Logan County, Illinois .... " The will also directed that secondary preference should be given to an eligible student in the medical school of The Un- iversity of Chicago if there were no elegible students available from Logan county. Leland Simkins, of Mount Pul- aski, Ill., served as attorney for the executor of Miss Dean's es- tate. His address is Farmers Bank Building, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Aplication for admission and financial aid should be made to the Office of Admissions, The Un- iversity of Chicago, 5801 Ellis Ave., Chicago 37, Ill. The next deadline for such applications is AMERICAN LEGION POST 447 ROAST BEEF Raymond of Beason, and R. of Elkhart; a daughter, Virginia Gleichman of At. Heights; a brother, Elmer of Bloomington; two sisters Ethel Allison of Mattoon and Keys of Kansas City, Also, seven grandchildren. For BETTER gardening . . . p'iced and powered for i'uburban gardening Better gardening because TILLSMITH really "digs in." Blazes a 22" swath, 91/2" deep. Makes every phase of soil care easy.., pays off with a better garden, better produce! All you do is guide. Fingertip con. txol center and balanced weight design make olr- ation effortless. See TILL. lmlTH today for better gar. dening. There's a model for every size garden. COSTOM $119.9S FRED BOHN SERVICE STATION CORNLAND 364-43Zl Jan. 15, 1962. STAG Tuesday, April 18 AMERICAN LEGION HOME Mount Pulaski, Illinois S1.50 PER PLATE. ,MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING CHEVROLETS Serving - 5:30 p.sss, THAN ANY OTHER MAKE! AND JUST ONE JET-SMOOTH RIDE WILL SHOW YOU WHY! Rrsur, ion. If you werea't almlutl tr you'd imagine you were riding in a far costlier car. No wonder people are buying more Chevrolets than any other make! Chevrolets have more of what it takes to please CHO/Er peop! *O R. L. Polk & Co.  ft gtow [ull Ckew'ol rod.sold ke  make by a rord-breaking git in 1960--and Ck lets contin to set the paet lx the iadrW i Wben-"'e-odtmlls an the rest the way this new Chevrolet is doing*--there's got to he reason. And we can think of some pretty good ones. The clean-etched looks of the me# Body by Fisher, for example. "git" eager brand of that's under the hood. The ey way it handles. Plus the added advantage of extra-cost options like trinbine Trbogie. But to sample all these reasons together, ycm have to get a Chevrolet out on the road. And there's where that Jet-smooth ride takes over with its own gentle kind of PARTLOW & RUST MOTOR CO LINCOLN, ILLINOIS L