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M. Daueherty g r y, 22, daughter of Mrs. Chris ,Beck liv- ing two miles east of Mount Pu- laski, was found dead at 8 p.m. Monday, April 7, in the borne i where she was employed in Park Ridge, a suburb of Chicago. An inquest held at 11 a.m. Tuesday disclosed that death was caused by a heart attack. The body was taken to the Haensel funeral home in Macki- naw Tuelay afternoon: and fu- neral services were held in the Christian church there at 2 p.m. Thursday, conducted by Rev. A. L. Crown. Burial was in Macki- naw cemetery. Miss Daugherty was born March 30, 1910, in Renfrow, Kentucky, a daughter of Selton and Anna Embry Daugherty. Her mother is now Mre. Chris Beck of Mount Pulaski vicinity• She went to Mackinaw a few years ago, and then came to Mount Pulaski, re- maining for many months before going to Park Ridge. Two brotI- eru, Cecil and Stanford, live at Mackinaw, and one sister, Miss Loin Daugherty, spent some time here with her mother, and attend- ed school. She went to Park Ridge about one year ago. Decedent was a member of the Church of Cist at Horse Branch, Kentucky. APlWlt Frank Cop*land, who was dee- ted as one of the alderman in the fit ward at Tuesday's election, wishes to express his appreciation of the support given him and prom isem to work for the best interest of the city and to be worthy of the ©onfidence placed in him. i lyre EASTER SUNDAY DINNER GUESTS OF MRS. BARTON At her home on East Jefferson street Easter Sunday Mrs• Lila Barton entertained members of her family with a dinner. Those present were Woodrow Barton and Miss Eleanor Steuder, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Elton Barton and daughter Mary Ellen, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Glick, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bobell and son John Frederick. AX'gENDED EASTER SERVICES IN LATHAM The members of Mount Pulaski Commandery No. 39, Knights i Templar, in full regalia, went to Latham last Sunday and attended annual Easter services at 11 a.m. in the Methodist church. FAM3X,Y NIGHT AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The members of the Christian church will hold their Family Night supper in the church at 6.30 p.L Tuesday, April 22, and each family is requested to bring a covere dish and own table serv- ice. The hostesses will be Mes- dames George Under]M)l, William McGee, C. M. Merriman, George Mfllard, Oran O. Scroggin, Charles Kenuner, Ida Scroggin, Harry S. Martin, Charles Hanslow and Miss Della M. Anderson. FAgM HOME DESItOYBD BY FIRE FRIDAY The two and one-half story frame farm home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bryson, located between Elk- hart and Cornland, was destroyed by fire last Friday morning, ap- parently caused ,by a defective flue. The loes was estimated at $3,500. Hugh Bryson, living one- fourth of a mile away, saw the fire break out on the roof and hastened to the farm to give aid. Mrs. Bryson, alone at the time SHl0000J FUNSAL HOME I IIII I I i I I II III AR Profitable Raise Chicks. CHICK RAISING IS EASY AND PROFIT- ABLE. IT'LL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE THIS FIELD. Healthy Chicks THAT WILL GROW AND PRODUCE ARE OUR STOCK IN TRADE. "IIHEY'RE INEXPENSIVE, TOO. That is, Why YOU SHOULD INVEST YOUR MONEY IN CHESTNUT CHICKS INQUIRE ASK US CHESTNUT HATCHERY Chestnut Phone SGOB unaware the house was on fire. Fire trucks from both Lin- coln and Elkhart were called, and farmers operating tractors in nearby fields, abandoned their ma- jchines and fome ,bucket bri- gades. The fire ld such a good start that the house could not be save MISS ELDRID KEMMER NOW IN SPRINGFIELD Miss Eldrid Kemmer, nurse in the Michael Reese hospital in Chi- cago the past seven years, is now located in Springfield, assisting in the operating rooms in Spring- field hospital. Miss Kemmer visit- ed in the city Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kemmer• ton. Mrs. Alleyne V. Nugent, Chairman of the Campaign's Pub- licity Committee, stated that in order to stimulate Community in- terest in the xalue of the hospital, an Essay Contest will be conduct- led in which all the public schools of the county, including Mason i City and Armington will partici- pate. The pupils of the parochial schools have also been invited to enter the contest. Deaconess Hospital- (Continued from Page 1) $150,000 by public subscription and carry a debt of not more than $50,000. Included in the Expansion Program will be a new laundry, a heating plant, and the erection of an addition to add 35 beds to the hospital. An organization that will assist in raising the funds is headed by Waiter Faster acting as eneral Clairman. The Vice-Chairmen are D. H. Harts, Mrs. Natalie Pegram, and Dr. R. Lynn Ijams, Atlanta. Campaign Headquarters for raising funds has been opened at l15X/ S. Kickapoo Street with Dr. Charles A. Haney acting as Di- rector for the campaign. 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