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PA DR. FRED REINDERS--- (Continued from page I) the wedding taking place in Pool Kentucky, Oct. 1, 1935. Decedent in his young man- hood was one of the city's well knowm baseball players. He was a former Mayor of Mount Pulas- ki, and for many years was ac. tire in Republican politics in Logan county. He served as chairman of the Logan County Republican Central Committee at one time. He was-a member of Mount Pulaski lodge No. 87. A.F. & A.M.. and the Order of East- ern Star. Besides his wife, he is surviv. ed by two daughters. Hazel Jean and Joann. at home; two step- sons, Roy and Don Beckers; one sister, Miss Agnes Reinders; and two brothers, John and George, of Mount Pulaski. The remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home, where funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. today, Thursday, conduct- ed by Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, pas- tor of the Methodist church. Two hymns. "Abide With Me." and "No, Never Alone.'" were sung by Paul R. Moore, with Mrs. G. F. Wait as accompanist. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers were: Dr. C. M. Merriman, Dr Gee. S. Con- nelly, Dr. C. E. Hildreth, Omer Potter, Merle Watson and Charles A. Ey. TO BE RE-APPOINTED TO BOARD OF REVIEW Louis Sams will be re-appoint- ed a mere ber of the Logan Coun- ty Board of Review, according to a report in Lincoln Saturday by Judge William E. Ellis. The Board of Review, which reviews county tax assessments, will convene Monday, June 4. Other members are Fred Arm. brust of Lincoln, chairman of the board of supervisors and O. L. Andes of Broadwell. Mr. Arm- brust is chairman of the board THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT s, and Mrs. Orville Cutright, Ken- hey, Saturday, May 5, in Dea- coness hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawk of Buffalo, are the parents of a dau- born Sunday, May 6, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. A. F. Lipp returned home from the Memorial hos- pital, Springfield, where she had been a medical patient for five days. =, , BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD ENROLLMENT SCHEDULED FOR LOGAN COUNTY RESIDENTS General Nursing Service an Important Blue Cross Benefit Tuesday, May 15, will mark the beginning of a special en- rollment in Blue Cross Plan for Hospital Care and the-Blue Shield Medical-Surgical Plan, sponsored by the Logan County Health Improvement Association. Blue Shield, the doctors' own Plan, is being offered for the first time to county residents. It provides generous allowances toward the doctor's bill for in-hospital medical and surgical care and for treatment of fractures and dislocations and ob- stetrical care in or out of the hospital. Liberal allowances for hundreds of operations areprovided by Blue Sh/eld. Among the many benefits which Blue Cross provides in terms of the hospital care services usually needed is general nursing service provided by the hospital. Membership in the Blus Cross Plan for Hospital Care entitles each enrolled mem- ber of the family to 30 days of benefits in each calendar year plus an additional 90 days when benefits are provided at half their regular cost. Drive will open Tuesday, May 15, Booth will be set up on west side of square in Mount Pulaski. ENTERTAIJNED AT -ttl FARM IN DECATUR George E. Kiick of Mount Pu- laski, recently entertained a group with a 5 o'clock chicken INJURED ARM WHILE PAINTING AT WATERWORKS While doing some interior painting in the city waterworks of review, dinner at The Farm northwest of pump station on North Marion Decatur, representing the first I street about 1:30 a. m. Thurs- BIRTHS and second generations of the l day last week, Ernest Bartels Matthew Vaughan family. I fell to the floor from a board George Vaughan of Latham, land fractured the bones in his Mr. and Mrs. John Stengel of and George Kiick, represented[left arm just above the elbow. Elkhart vicinity, are parents of the first generation. The others I The board had been placed on a son born Wednesday, Ma.v 2. present were Mr. and Mrs T. F. [two stepladders. in St. John's hospital, Springfield. Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. George ' Mr. Bartels was removed to the A daughter was born to Mr. Bosler, Latham; Mrs. Edith Mad. St. Clam's hospital in Lincoln DR. S. G. GARD, Jr. den, Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Kiick. Springfield; Mrs. George B. Stod- dard. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kiick, Mr. and Mrs. John Durchholz of Decatur. lqJ_ t; rr.v TNOIS Trim, smart in appearance . . . fits both her hand and handbag. Writes so evenly, at the lightest, pressureless touch. A jewel-like gift for a gentle hand, for Mother. Bulova - Hamilton - Elgin and Grant Watches 15.21 Jewels  $33.75 to $71.50 F.T.I. Elgin American Compacts, Speidel Watch Bands, Lockets, Earrings, Bracelets, 1847 Rogers Bros. and Community Silverware JULIAN E. DOWNING JEWELER MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS Exmnination and Correction of the EYES SEE Miss Rose Gulso -or. PHONE 8-3233 Springfield (Collect) for Appointment 307 South Washington MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS LICENSED Chiropractor DR. F. A. EBERHARDT 615 So. 7th St. SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Hours: Daily 10 - 4 Except Thursday. Sunday Eve. 6-8---Mon.-Wed.-Fri. PHONE 8-7615 THURSDAY, SUSAN DRAKE WILL MARRY NEW YORK CITY MAN JUNE 30 Mr. and Mr William McClel- lan Drake, Old Gillett farm, Elk. hart, have announced the ap- proaching marriage of their dau- ghter, Susan, to Gordon Bent, son of Maurice H. Bent of New York City, and Mrs. Bent of Lake Forest. The wedding will take BIRTHDAY PARTY MARION MAE STOLL Marion Mac Stoll second birthday 8. Her parents, Mr. erett Stoll of gave a basket dinner her honor. Those present were: Mrs. John Ha, son Ray, Mount Mrs. Frederick Hein, Paula and Pamela, place Saturday, June 30, in the St. John's Episcopal Chapel on Elkhart Hill. Miss Drake is a graduate of Westover School, Middlebury, Conn., and attended Mills Col- lege in Oakland, Calif. Mr. Bent attended Hill school at Potsdam. Pa.. and was gradu- ated from Princeton University in 1942. During World War II he served as a captain in the field artillery, and at present is in the investment banking business i "" and associated with Bacon Whip- I CARD OF AP )le & Co.. of Chicago. [ While a surgical Folowing the wedding cere.]Deaconess hospital [turning home I have mony the couple will reside in | many cards, letters and Lake Forest, near Chicago. I from friends and relati v__J_ "-.'- ---".,. [ to express my sincere I JuQe ]r]Is|OW was [ Mrs. Vin Visitor In City Friday I [ A couple of years In the interest of his candidacy [was a campaign to Judge George W. Bristow, of Par- common fly. Let's is, Ill., Republican candidate for clean up again this year. Judge of the Illinois State Su- preme Court was a caller in Mt. Pulaski last Friday. He was ac. R U P T U companted by Judge Frank S. Bevan of Atlanta, judge of the Logan County Circuit Court; Judge Herbert'Edwards, of Pen. tiac, and Oscar W. Mohr, of Lin- coln, chairman of the Republican Logan County Central Commit- tee. Judge Bristow has been a third supreme court district circuit judge since 1927, or a period of 24 years; was also judge of the Appellate Court for one term in southern Illinois, and more re- cently in Northern Illinois, a period of nine year. Judge Bris- tow and wife have three children. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold children. Harold, Janet ith and J. Eldon Stoll, Evening callers Mrs. Harold Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Win. children, Alan and and Mrs. Charles RooS ren. Janet and Daryl, Birthdays of Carol Daryl Roos are close date so the dinner alSO them. SHIELD EXPERT IL M. SHEVNAN, expert of Chicago, will be at the Orlando Sunday and Monday 20 and 21 from 9 AM. 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