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UWouat  m. aT, APmL fT. Ires t lhaflfld,  j Gehlbach of Beason. Records in | lq PKI TIMId-NEWS I Logan county court show value of I the estate is undetermined. Bond !Shmaedttrnd entered as _sond I for $10,000 was furnished. a m rle. l.t onlce at [ Mrs. William Considine return- tmk"  a, e ttmom, o..1, [ed to Chicago Sunday after a ...... "'"'=:' [visit of four days east of the city 9, 1879. with her mother, Mrs Frank HARRY J. WIBLE : Zdll mad Pablish of SulumrlpUa: Months. .......................... 75c $1.50 Year .................................... $3.00 Ea./ Thursday MAY 1961 M l W T F S "1 23456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1F 18 19 20 2122 23 24 2526 27 30 31 " - - o o o NEWS and Mrs. Peter Menneci of visited west of the city t and Sunday in the home i Mrs. Wilford Tendick, accompanied them back to for a visit. Wilson returned to home last Thursday from orf, Iowa where she visit- weeks with her niece, Sams. Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbard of Decatur visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- bard. The Rev. Martin Rothe, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church, and his wife, Friday, April 21, went to St. Peter, to attend the funeral of his aunt. Mrs. Chris Rothe. On Monday, April 24, they went to St. Peter to attend the funeral services for another aunt, Mrs. Charles Quandt. The will of the late Ernest Campbell of Latham, was file( Monday, April 24, in county court listing personal property value at $20,000. Mrs. Mildred Campbell the widow, was named executor of the estate, with bond fixed at $4O2OO. 21 members of Home Bureau I Capfains Make f Appoinfmenh In Several Precincfs Chief Julian Sams of the Key- stone Cops, who will work pre- vious to and during the Sil-Ten- nial celebration, has announced that the Captains of the various precincts have appointed most of their Lieutenants. The list of ap- pointees include: 97th Precinct-- William Rent- meister, Capt., Ottis Howe, Rich- ard Froschauer, Harold Braun Robert Cowan. 125th-- Earl Phillips, Capt.i Franklin Bohn, Howard Bryson, Harold Mullins, Robert Faith, Harvey Davis. 183rd- Eugene Stoll, Capt.; Dean Cates, Winifred Alsup, Todd -------- ..... - ........ - ......... - ......... I could propel the 400 pound RELR ]ster with a 153-inch whe fat a very creditable 115 VIEW l l)er tmur. MIRROR t There are less than 300 of fabulous cars in existence J l: ..... l ..... l .... -- ....... l---- ......... ] 1 [ we have invited the owner ore By Dalen Shellhmmmer [ James Dougherty, of Indiane One of the classifications for Ind., to our parade. We automobiles in the forthcoming show you this example of dora's finest Sil-Tennial parade is for classic cars. Just what is a classic? It is a fine and unusual car, built in limited numbers in America between 1925 and 1942, and distinguished for its superb design, high engineering stand- ards and superior workmanship. Today, the only classics still be- ing built are the Rolls-Royce and Mercedes.Benz. The Lincoln Con- 'tinental was the last American classic but in the "Golden Age" of the motor car, the United Stat- es produced several. Herman Hemple. at Eastern Illinois University .... They also called on Mrs Kell's Mrs. John rL lenaicK -arent "" - " Y in Lincoln last week end larnt s, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. J . _"  _ . . . _^1 Jonn : Moan of Dubuque Ia lemut Thursday, April zu lenrout e to .... "-' ..... ' " . i oprsngnel visirea wth of the Lutheran wo-his wife s r " "' . J ' pa ents Mr and Mrs mlSAnarYofLehge eantuer e [Steve Patterson, Tuesday. " . Edward Allspach has been and Mount PulasKI, named president of the Lake 17 from this city. A was presented. Ellis (2. Downing was in Thursday, April 20 to at- meeting of the Murchbee held at the home of Mrs. Wood. This organization that one could bu Units I and II, Mt. Pulaski, went Hayes, Gerald Phans, and-Dale rolet - " .ya Ford, Chev- ro Peoria Tuesda,, ^,  - -, Fuhrer. , or ryTnoum, /or acout $500. made a tour of th'e' Arou,n,u I 148th--Don McCain, Ca t ; Ivan The Duesenberg Company made Starting home they st,-n,a - ]Lelmbach, Steve Romer, Bill onw the chassis and the purchas- Morton and toured the'ottolBoughton, Ed Schaffenaeker, and er men_had a custom shop make plant. It proved an interestin,an l John McCain. me 3od, y_.: One model ,,*as nam- educational trin " I 52ndPick Shanle, Ca t, Paul ea tne -l)venty Grand" exact " P'" 1 "  : " "Manes Russell Cu "i .... v what it cost The strm ht Mr. and Mrs. Flovd lou, ,,, [" , rt  ao s- I " . . 'g 8 sons Joe and John:visi(J( the'i ,path Hank Buckles, Tom Haven-supercnargea motor of the last son and brother, Jim, in Charles- er. years rated 320 horsepower and 69th -- Walter Dannenberger, ton last Friday. Jim is a student Capt.; Dutch Grathwohl, Darrell of women from central Illiopolis have moved to an apart- Worthy Matrons j ment in the Times-News building. |the yEaseaten93tar Chapters J Mr. and Mrs. Fred Connell of Y [Chmago, parents of Mrs. D. J. and Mrs. Carl Goodman [ Montgomery, this city, are mak- four of their children visited [ing their home with and caring week endwith his father[for Mr. and Mrs. Win. F. Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. James|east of Mr. Pulaski. Mrs. Chloe in Rockport, Indiana. [Robson and son Gilbert, who . Adye Suedmeier, who re-made their home with the Stoll's r returned home from St. the past three years, at present, Buehler, John Troyer, John Howe, Ray Letterle, Butch Haynes, Hat- Perhaps the most famous was very Robinson, Oliver Letterle, the Duesenberg, manufactured in Carleton Drake, Richard Edwards. Indianapolis from 1921 to 1936, 23rd--Paul Volle, Capt.; Dale and selling from $10,000 up. To Neaville, Joe Matthews, Richard appreciate this price, remember Fla. visited Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ten- Frank Stone, daughter of I,: and Mrs. H. H. Maddox, and 5.yem'.old son, from Mico, are visiting her parents out while her mother from recent surg- is the former Clara Maddox. Zunmtein, son of Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein, Cooke St., has been select. B a member of the Carthage Concert Band, under the of Merrill Brown. Zum- plays in the baritone of the band, is a sopho- the. college majoring in The college band pre- concerts in several Ill- high schools during the spring tour. and Mrs. Chris Eck, Clin- Sunday afternoon call- the home of friends, Mr. Charles Kernmer. and Mrs. B. W. Gillum, Jr. of Fort Worth, Texas, his parents, Mr. and W. Gillum, Sr., of this city. and Mr& John Semple, of visited in the homes M. $. Sharer and Mr. and Bender, Sunday. Gehlbaeh, Elkhart, has executor for the his mother, Mr Hester USED T,V.'s $$9.9S AND UP STAHL'S Mr. ]PlaskL IlL Fork school board. Lowillis Hand- lin is secretary. Darrell Neal has been appointed to fill the one years term on the board of Lloyd Baughman, who moved to Miss- ouri recently. Mr. and Mrs. BiN Landruth of Knauer, Harry Hahn, Wade Schott and Bud Passmore. 33rd---Charles Holmes, Calt. 81st--Bill Howe, Capt.; Don Neaville, Orville Bandelow, Jim Jackson. A number of the applicants were unable to pass the security test, mental and physical require- ments. We are wondering how the Chief got by! REGISTRATION DATES FOR CAMP WIDJIWAGAN SET Registration dates for Camp Widjiwagan, the resident camp of the Land of Lincoln Girl Scout Council, have been set for all towns outside of Springfield. Reg- istrations should be mailed on, but not before, April 28, and no later than April 30. The registra- tion fee of $4.00 must accom- pany the completed registration form. The remainder of the fees are due the week before the camp period the girls will be attending. Any registered Girl Scout (Brownies, Intermediates, or Sen- iors) who did not receive a camp folder should inform the office at 730 E. Vine St., Springfield, Ill., LA2-6831, immediately. THANK YOU I wish to sincerely thank every one who voted for me and helped ,me in any way in the April 18th city election. Elmer Schaffenacker. are visiting relatives in Lincolr and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hassebroc and son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Johr Geyer visited in Effingham Sun- day with Mrs. Cordelia Poos. Miss Sophia Guise spent Sun. day with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Wilham and all attended the funeral services of Jesse Crain Quisenberr in Lincoln. Girdle: A device to keep an unfortunate situation from spread lng. Sc - 10c SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF LOGAN COUNTY FAIR The year 1961 will mark silver annniversary (25th of the Logan County Fair, in Lincoln. At the Elks Lincoln, on Tuesday evening, 11, a kickoff dinner was members of the fair to make further plans for coming exposition. The fair will take place first part of August this new member on the board rectors this 3"ear is Alvin schler of Chestnut. Osteopa: Someone who rub: you the right way. MEAT SPECIALS*! Irritated patron in "What is this fly doing in SOUp?" Waiter: "The breaststroke, "We must "do something remedy the status quo." "What is the status "Tlat, brother, is Latin mess we're in." 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