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PJIE TWELVE  MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- N EWS0 MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, Schulze Driver Killed-- (Continued from page 1) unaware of the approaching train and pulled directly in front of the engine. The dragging truck knocked out the signal controls along the side of the track and carried it down the track. Robert Claypool, a veteran of - World War II, was born Jan. 22, 1922, in the vicinity of Williams- ville, Ill., a son of-Joseph and Edna Slaughter Claypool. He had been employed for several years by the Schulze Baking Co. of Springfield and had made many good friends along his bread route. He would arrive in Mount Pulaski about 6 o'clock each morning, and after supplying his customers, would go on to Clinton and other towns in that area. On his return trip in early afternoon he would again stop and check the supply of bread in the stores. Decedent was a member of the American Legion, Local 532 5f the Chauffeur's and Teamsters Union, the Methodist church, and was president of the River- ton Community Club. Surviving are his wife, Ann, two sons, Robert Jr., and David, and one daughter, Donna, all of Riverton; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Claypool; and one sister, Mr Charles Ford, of Springfield. - The body was removed from the Schahl funeral home to the Bisch Memorial Home in Spring- field, where funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, conducted by Rev. Charles Withrow. Burial was in Oak Hill cemetery. },: FRANK I. STORK OF STONINGTON DIED MONDAY Frank J. Stork, 84, of Stoning- ton, died at 12:45 a.m, Monday, April 23, in St. Vincent's hospital at Taylorville, Ill. He was born in Mount Pu- laski, a son of Conrad and Mary E. Schick Stork. When quite young his parents moved to the Stonington area. In Decatur on June 10, 1903, he married Agnes Fitzgerald. Surviving are four daughters, three sons, one sister, and 14 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Thursday in Holy Trinity church, Stonington, in charge of Rev. Oscar Schubert. Burial was in the Calvary cemetery, Decat- ur. CARD OF THANKS We want to express our sincere thanks to friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness, and sympathies extended, during the illness and following the death of our beloved brother, Joseph R. Dunn. The Family. H. S. BASEBALI,-- (Continued from page 1) Games To Come They play Elkhart today, and Tuesday play Springfield high a double-header, there. Wednes- day the locals go to Niantic and Beason comes here Thursday of next week. Mount Pulaski AB R H Armstrong, ss ................ 4 0 1 W. Brown. cf .................. 3 2 Dittus, If .......................... 3 3 Richner, lb ...................... 4 3 Mason. 3b ........................ 4 1 J. Brown, p ...................... 4 0 Romer, 2b ........................ 4 1 Froschauer, rf ................. 0 Hahn, rf ............................ 2 1 2 Veech, c ............................ 4 0 0 Totals 33 11 12 Lcmphier AB R H Seiz, 2b ............................ 2 1 0 Pavlik, 3b ........................ 3 I 2 Werner, c .......................... 4 1 1 Hardin rf ........................ 4 0 3 Phillips, cf ...................... 3 0 1 Crowe, lb ........................ 2 0 0 Schaive, ss ...................... 2 0 0 Beck. p ............................ 1 0 1 Stinnet. p ........................ 2 0 1 Snodgrass, If .................. 1 0 0 Totals 33 3 9 Mount Pulaski AB R H Armstrong, ss ................ 3 1 0 W. Brown, cf .................. 3 1 1 J. Brown, p ...................... 3 1 0 Richner, lb ...................... 4 1 2 Dittus, If .......................... 4 1 1 Mason, 3b ........................ 3 0 1 Romer, 2b ........................ 3 0 0 i Lowe, c .............................. 2 0 0 Veech, c ............................ 1 0 0 Froschauer, rf ................ 3 0 0 Hahn, ph for Lowe ........ 1 0 0 Totals 30 5 5 Niantie AB R H McCangil, 2b .................. 4 1 1 Tienkosky, ss .................. 3 0 0 Workman, p .................... 4 0 1 Congil, p .......................... 3 0 0 Musser, If ........................ 3 0 0 Sniden, cf ........................ 3 0 0 Wheeler, 3b ...................... 2 I 1 Matchleder, rf ................ 2 1 0 O'Dell, lb ........................ 3 1 I Totals 28 4 4 Mount Pulmlki AB R H D. Froschauer, 3b .......... 3 0 0 Bob Lowe, 2b ................ 3 0 1 Gerhardt, If .................... 2 0 0 Lucas, If .......................... 1 0 1 Bill Lowe, c-2b ............ 3 0 1 Hayes, c .......................... 0 0 0 Hahn, p-cf ........................ 3 0 0 Holmes, cf-p .................... 3 0 0 Defrees, rf ........................ 2 0 0 Guffey, rf ........................ 1 0 I Stoeckel, lb .................... 2 0 0 Romer,, ss ........................ 2 0 0 26 0 4 Willimnsville AB R H Vignal, ss ........................ 3 0 0 Black, 3b ........................ 3 1 0 Fawns, e ....................... ;..3 2 1 Tobias, 2b ........................ 3 0 1 Dunlap, p ....................... .3 0 0 Dennison, rf .................... 3 0 0 O'Neal, lb ........................ 3 0 0 Sherrock, If ...................... 3 0 0 Turnbul, cf ...................... 2 0 1 26 3 3 LAWN and GARDEN SUPPLIES POWER LAWNMOWVERS GARDEN CARTS FERTILIZER and SEED SPREADERS Guaranteed Socket Sets $2.98 and up i i ,llll im Elecc Drills - See Our New Speed Sander HHn Boys and Girls Bicycles, 24 and 26-in. size ii PAINTS AND WALAPER IN STOCK Vaughan Walch . - Owner CHESTNUT HOME BUREAU MEETING The Chestnut Home Bureau met with Mrs. Elmer Roos on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 17. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Raymond Koenig. Mrs. Eugene Stoll and Mrs. Clifford Leimbach. guest leaders of the Chestnut Happy Home- makers unit, presented the major 1 lesson, "How Life Insurance Aids 2 Family Security." Mrs. Elmer 4 Roos gave the minor lesson on 1 "Program Planning." 0 Mrs. Clarence Winkelman be- 1 came a member of the unit. Oth- 0 er guests were Mrs. Everett Lak- in and Mrs. Ed Jonahsen. Cook books, a collection of fav- orite recipes of the members. were distributed. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Edwin Rent- schler on Wednesday, May 16. at 1:30 p.m Mrs. Steve Southern will be the assisting hostess. The major lesson, "Home Care of the Sick," will be presented by Mrs. Elmer Roos and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams. The minor lesson, "Hard Meringues," by Mrs. Ed- ward von Thun. The roll call will be of current events. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abel and family of Lawrenceville visited in the city Wednesdav and Thursday of last week 'ith his mother, Mrs. Maude Abel. They were accompanied home by his, brother Carl, who remained un- til Monday. JANE PRITCHETT IN RECITAL Jane Pritchett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pritchett of Niantic, and Barbara Weill of Decatur, were presented in a piano recital at Kaeuper Hall at the Millikin University, by the junior department of the Milli. kin School of Music, Tuesday evening, April 24th. Ben W. Ely and Miss Florence Lachenmyer attended the con- cert. CORRECTION It was stated in the Times- News of last week that Mrs. Vic- tor Stoll was a hospital patient. Mrs. Stoll called the Times-News office and stated that she ap- preciated the cards that she had been receiving, but that the news paper was in error, been ill. Excuse us, LICENSED DR. F. A, 615 So. 7th SPRINGFIELD, Hours: Daily 10 4 Eve. PHONE Schahl Home For Fu -- AIVIBULANCE SERVICE- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 2S5 - MOUNT PULASKI EXECUTORS' SALE Of Farm Land And Residence To settle the estate of William H. Williams, Deceased, THE UNDERSIGNED EXECUTOR WILL SELL AT Public Sale at the Williams Residence IN THE VILLAGE OF LATHAM, IILINOIS, ON Saturday, April 28th, 1951, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, the' foUowing described real estate: 160 acres of good, level black land, 2z/z miles south and 1 mile west of Latham, Illinois, on a good gravel road all under cultivation. Improvements consist of an 8-room all modern residence, large barn, corn crib and outbuild- ings. This farm is described as the South half of the Northwest Quarter and the North half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 15, Township 17 North, Range 1 West of the Third Principal Meridian. This farm will be sold on the following terms: 20% casB on date of sale with balance due when merchantable title can be give_, about October 1, 1951. The unpaid balance to bear interest at 5%. growing crops, corn, beans and wheat to accrue to purchaser subje to tenant's lease expiring March 1, 1952. Taxes for 1951 to be assumed by purchaser. Also to be sold at the same time and place is the Williams Rest" dence in the Village of Latham, Illinois, consisting of a large 10-roo$ all modern residence in excellent state of repair in good location on two lots, 90 by 150 feet in Latham, Illinois. The residence will be sold on the following terms: 20% i cash on date of sale with balance due when merchantable title ca be given, about October 1, 1951, with unpaid balance to bear interest at 5%. Possession within 30 days from date of sale. Abstract of Title may be examined at office of Attorney R Patterson, 440 Standard Office Building, Decatur, Illinois. Additional information my be secured from undersigned at La tham, Illinois, or by Phone 108, at Latham, Illinois. Additional information may be secured from undersigned at Latham, Illinois, or by phone 108 at Latham, Illinois. HUBE ELLIOT'I'. Auctioneer i LELAND D. WILLIAMS, Executor LATHAM, ILLINOIS