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F. MUNYON, 87, I MANY ACTIVITIES OF b DEAD IN [AUXILIARY LISTED LAST FRIDAY I The American Legion Aliary Franklin Munyon, 87, resident of Lake Fork, was found dead by his wife home at 9:00 am. Fri- 5, 1961. His death ap- was caused from a heart His health had been fail- some time and he was the care of a physician. .1 a: was born June 25, hl Lake Fork, hi. a son and Martha Manley He was well known in Cnunity and for many was a merchant in Lake Mr. Munyon was a mem- I the Four Square Gospel in Lake Fork. IH., Nov. 2, 1904, Inez Manley of Lake with two sons, of St Louis, Mo., and of Lake Fork; two dau- Mrs. Eva Duncan of De- and Mm. Myrtle Shrader, two brothers, Clyde and Ray of Montua, a sister, Mrs. Blanche of Chicago; nine grand- and 10 great-grandehil- body was removed to the funeral home in Mount where funeral services . held Sunday, May 7, at PJ1, emldueted by the Rev. Barnes of Decatur, pastor , Lake Fork Four Square a. Two hymns, 'Be- lmeSunset, '' and "When They rm Golden Bells," were : Dorwin Pope of miopolis, I,tan accompaniment by llL- *" zl. Stuart of Mount Pulas- ent was made in the cemetery west of Mount Pallbearers were Lawr- .1 2ad Larry Wilham, Patrick  Manley, Andrew Shel- '  Robert Allen. 4 _h. of the Altar and Ros- i. of the St. Thomas Catholic Church, will 13r. a bake sale Saturday, I, beginning at 9:30 an.  Will be held in the room the First National Bank. Imds eft T1meNewL met Monday evening, May 1st at the Legion Home. At the busi- ness session, members voted to donate $,2.00 to Auxiliary Loan Fund; $3.00 to Normal Spending Fund for the children in the home and $4 for a roll of stamps for Veterans to use at the Dwight Hospital. Mrs. L. K. Buckles, Sr., reported mailing 26 pairs ol scuffles that were made, to the Danville Hos- pital. On April 19th, Mrs. Frank Hutchison assisted by Mrs. Ellis Downing, went to Lincoln State School with food and a program for the Veterans hospitalized there. The Sil-Tennial Belles Kit- chen Band gave a program for them which they enjoyed very much. The date of the Auxiliary's next meeting will be published later as there seems to be some conflicting dates. The local Legion and Auxiliary were hosts to the County Council on April 27th. There was a very good attendance. The Sil-Tennial Belles Kitchen Band gave the program of the evening. The mus- ic and costumes were appreciated by all. The Auxiliary will soon be sell- ing Poppies. The Poppy chairman is Mrs. Eugene Connolley. Mrs. Albert Horn reported a sum of $7.59 thrown in the float to "Sink K_rusehev". This amount was sent to Radio Free Europe through the Legion Auxiliary State Department. Darlene Downing was chosen to be sent to Girl's State, by the organization for a week. Mrs. Charles Hanslow and Mrs. Loren Hassebrock were hostesses l for the evening. ELKHART HOMECOMING SET FOR H.Y 14- 16th The annual Elkhart Homecom- ing will be sponsored by the American Legion Post and its Auxiliary, and the Sara Bush Auxiliary of the Abraham Lin- coln Memorial Hospital, on July 14, 15, and 16th. Events include a fish fry, talent show, dance, baseball games, old timers' baseball game, "kiddie" parade, concessions, queen con- test and carnival tides. ;HOOL LUNCHES FOR AY 15th TO 19th Monday--Hot sliced beef, cream- ed potatoes, celery stick, pine- apple slioes, milk. Tuesday--Ham and beans, cole slaw, cherries and bananas, cornbread and butter, milk. Wednesday--SlopPy joes on bun, creamed peas, apple crisp, milk. Thursday---Chicken and noodles, green beans, pears in gelatin, bread and butter, milk. Friday--Fish sticks, potato sal- ad, mixed fruit, cookie, milk, bread and butter. Township Report- (continued from preceding page) TTMES-NEWS. Mount  IlL, THURSDaYo MAY 11, 1961--1S i , u * -meet., etc. 40.00 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., supr. G.A. meet. 175.00 Irvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Roy Aylesworth, Bd. of H. meet. 5.00 Paul Davis, hy corn 164.69 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., Bd. of H. meet. 25.00 June, Roy Aylesworth, assessing in part 291.00 H. J. Wible Print. Co., printing 176.88 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 Clyde Shreve, serv. 14.60 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 Irvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Dale Fuhrer, clerical 30.00 Roy Aylesworth, assess- ing in part 291.00 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., NEW & USED supr., G.A. meet. 180.00 July, St. Emp. ReL Sys. -County taxes 71.61 & S.S., withholding 241.70 County taxes 4,049.98 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 Library 5626 Dir. of Int. Rev., with- holdings 220.70 Total 196.87 Paul Davis, hy corn 8.00 Expenditures 12,047.25 Township Officials, sub 15.00 Clyde Shreve, serv 22.00 Mar. 28, 1961 - Balance Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 on hand $ 7,539.62 Irvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Expendltuzes Dale Fuhrer, clerical 30.00 Mar. 1960 - Paul Davis, Roy Aylesworth, assess- hy corn $ 5.00 ing in part 240,00 Dale Fuhrer, clerical, Roy Aylesworth, ss- aud., etc. 70.00 ing in part 273.10 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., Aug., Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 supr., G. A., Aud., etc. 235.00 Roy Aylesworth, assess- Irvin Rowland, J.P., etc. ing in part 150.00 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 aud. 22.50 Township Officials, sub 5,/ Apr., Dir. of Int. Rev., t Township Official, sub 12.00 withholdings 203.70[ Dale Fuhrer, serv. clef- Paul Davis, hy corn 230.47] ical 55.00 Rowland. mod. 5.00[ Roy Aylesworth, assess- Irvin ing & weed comm. 300.00 Dale Fuhrer, meet. 5.00 1 Richard Mueller, Cir. Irvin Rowland, meet. 5.00 Def. 15.00 Thos. A. Gupton, Sr., Sept., Irvin Rowland, JP meet. 5.00 aud. 17.50 St. Emp. Ret. Sys. of IlL Dale Fuhrer, aud. 10.00 & S.S., withholding 202.08 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., aud. G.A. superv. 190.00 Treas., of St. of Ill., 13.50 Roy Aylesworth, assess- per. cap. Paul Davis, hy. com. 253.13 ing in full 100.00 Roy Aylesworth, assess- Thos. A. Gupton Sr., ing in part 300.70 aud 10.00 Dale Fuhrer, meet. Bd. Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 of H. 5.00 Wilham Const. Co., serv 86.85 Thos. A. Gupton, Sr., Robt. Horn, pst. etc. 23.20 meet. Bd. of H. 5.00 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 Paul Davis, hy corn 170.60 Roy Aylesworth, meet. Bd. of H. 5.00 Dale Fuhrer, clerical 35.00 Paul Davis, hy corn 164.69 Dir. of Int. Rev., with- Irvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Dale Fuhrer, clerical 30.00 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., supr. G.A. meet. 180.00 Dale Fuhrer, meet. 5.00 H. O. Elliott, prem. on bond 80.00 H. O. Elliott, pre. re- 50.00 ports May, Paul Davis, hy corn 164.69 Clyde Shreve, serv. 4.80 Dale Fuhrer, cler. & HOMES New Ones ' - 50 & 55 FL $37OO to $72OO K'YERAL USED _  TRAILERS sa mw Mode F up to 7 low  $65.00  new atom. 00MPBELL RAILER HJJ2(OIS  zImmuffi to buy a good too. worth the should be a time for doing all the things you never had time to do when you were working. Saving regular- tY today assures you of the opportunity to carry out those special projects. Reg- uhr additions to a retirement savin account, plus our high earldags, lets you enjoy your retirement without financial won-Ira. Open yom todd! holding Thos. A. Gupton Sr, supr. G.A. etc. 185.00 Irvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Oct. St. Emp. Ret. Sys. & S.S., withholding 199,58 Paul Davis, hy cam 170.60 Paul Davis, hy corn 1"/0,60 Dale Fuhrer, clerical Clyde Shreve, serv. Lrvin Rowland, JP 7.50 Becky Com. SCr., inst. car Radio-Civ. Def. 25.00 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., superv. G.A. Nov. Connolley Drug Co, sup.. Paul Davis, hy corn Dale Fuhrer, clerical Paul Davis, hy corn Dale Fuhrer, clerical Irvin Rowland, JP Thos. A. Gupton Sr, supr. G.A. met., office serv., travel & tele. Dec., Paul Davis, hy 170.60 corn Paul Davis, hy corn Dale Fuhrer, clerical 35.00 Thos. A. Gupton Sr., superv. G.A. i_. : Irvin Rowland, JP 7,5O Paul Davis, hy tom 222,50 Jan. 1961 - Dir. Int. Rev., withholding 17{k50 St. Emp. Ret. Sys. & S.S., withholding Paul Davis, hy corn Thombor Co., sup. Roy Aylesworth, assess- ing Paul Davis, hy corn Dale Fuhrer, clerical Thos. A. Gupton St, G.A. superv. Irvin Rowland, J.P. Feb. Farmers Bank, Dep. box Paul Davis, hy cam Roy Aylesworth, asse- ing Paul Davis, hy cam Clyde Shreve, serv. Irvin Rowland, JP Dale Fuhrer, clerical Thos. A. Gupton Sr., superv. G.A. Mar., Paul Davis, hy corn Downing Ins. Co., bond Wendell Diez, Pep on Poll. P1. #3 3"/.06 Paul Davis, hy corn 164.69 $12,047.i PEACE OF , !. MIND.., in a package! 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