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./ PAGE TEN Music Director Employed for Full.Time Service MOUNT PULAfKI TIM%-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, I D. Barringer Elected President The annual meeting and dinner of the Logan county Tuberculosis IIA.JOIS THURSDAY, LATHAM ,Margaret Bar00 on  lwere Mrs. Jim Chumbley, Catons and wife, son Mr. and Mrs. George shimer en- t and wife and baby tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. dra of Stanford, Mrs. and Mrs. George Shimer Sr. Mr. na of Colorado. Mr. and nd Mrs. Fred Caffell, Miss Helen Chumbley and daughter Brundage and Miss Mable Brund- of Decatur. age, all of Decatur, and Flora Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Innis of Harristown. I and daughter Janet spent  Mrs. Delmar Phillips underwent with Mr. and Mrs. Sam a major operation Saturday at the Mrs. Vilson and Janet acon County hospital. She is nesday for Springfield to doing as well as could be expect-{eral days. ed. Mrs. Celia hyer went Mr. and Mrs. Roy Games and tur to visit for several I Howe, 82, when children, grand- family spent Sunday with Mr. and Sam Jarvis. , hildren and great grandchildren Mrs. Carl Miller of Decatur. Mrs. Claude Rimer gathered to sped the day with I Mr. and Mrs. Preusse of Perry-!om home Tuesday her. ville. Me., and Mr. and Mrs. Men- Clifford Games The following were present: Mr. roe Wills of Charleston. Me., spent farm Monday. Dave Brashers and Mrs. D. W'. Phillips, Mr. and Sunday with John Sheetz and faro- Mrs. O. T. Buckles and son, Mr. fly, and brought back Marilyn Walt Allison place in and Mrs. V. Pyles and son, h'. who has been visiting there for part of towm and will occupy the BrasherS and Mrs. Leo Buckles and daugh- the past three weeks. Paul Day of Wood tar, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Howe and Rev, John Staring of Chicago, the week-end with Mr. family, Mr. and .Mrs. F. ufles who is the new Baptist preacher Oren Day. will move in the Clara Galloway Mrs. Wendell Duncan i and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe and 'esidence some time next week. sick list. Tom Isreal is to be the princi- Mrs. John Baldwin and sons, Mx. and Mrs. Earl Edwards pal of the Latham grade school ter Patricia spent and daughter, Mr- and Mrs. I. L. for the coming year. He succeeds noon with Lida Little. Howe: Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- Robert Hamilton. ham and son, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Mrs. Alvada Crowe of Lincoln Howe and sons, Mr. and Mrs. O. spent Thursday evening with R.D. Harry J. Wible was Turner and family. Waddell and family. I Denver, Colo., last Friday Mrs. Clarabelle Crowe and Bar- / illness of his mother, Mrs. .NNUAL ELECTION OF bara Biedler attended the senior BEASON 4-H CLUB play at Latham Friday night and | Walter whose husband Beason, Ill.--The organization Barbara spent the rest of t away the day before. AJ meeting of the Beason Boys' 4-H week-end with Betty Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Richardson tending to some busineSS Club was held recently, and the of Decatur and Mrs. Celia Shyer Mr. Wible returned following officers were elected: spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella Birks. Iing. President- Lewis Wurth. Callers at the home of Mrs. Vice President -- Wallace May- berry. Secretary - Treasurer -- Calvin Lowery. her, Ellis C. Downing, and their wives, Mrs. Chris Weller, Mrs. Or- ville E. Martin and son John, Mrs. George Snyder, Patricia and Bet- ty Downing. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowles, of Buffalo vicinity, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Werntz of Freeport, Association was held at the Hotel Floyd Dowrdng, of Illiopolis. Lincoln cafeteria " er  MOTHER'S DAY AT HOME as been employed by the board on the evening, of May 6. Dr. Donald M. Barring . . . ; . . , of education of the Mount Pulas- -- " ted resident to }O1 MRS M C HOWE as musical director of bands and r :f orchestras in both schools, i w Lincoln. Dr. Barring " -Icinity at the home of Mrs. M. This consolidation of the musical law of Mr. and Mrs. John T. efforts in the high .and grade Downing of Mount Pulaski. stmols should mean the opening The other officers all re-elected, up of a new and much improved and residents of Lincoln, are as musical setup in both schools with follows: Dr. Deane Doolen, vice- -- president; Albert Schweikert, treasure:; Mrs. Elmer Brown, sec- retary. Report Given By Nurse. Miss Rea Snyder, R. N., in her annual report said 400 persons in Logan county are under observa- tion, 300 being persons who have come in contact with the disease and 100 who had tuberculosis and healed or under treatment. She reported of eight cases giv- en sanitarium care in 1930 six are ..... living and two are dead while of eight who received home treat- ment during the same year and did not care to have the nurse call. seven were dead and one is alive. During the past 10 years the atti- tude of persons afflicted has changed and now they want the nurse to call on them. During the past year Miss Sny- der reported she had lade 1000 calls on patients; 60 X-rays, paid in part or all by the association, wer made" tuberculin spin tests Reporter- Lyle Staats. of 1"25 students were made in the There are fourteen members th31 schools and as many more by dec- rolled with Mr. Breithaut as the music student receiving much tors in their offices while movies club leader. lded benefit from the ohange, furnished by the state department The new director will have full of public health have been shown t chae of the entire musical pro- in the schools, at Parent-Teacher LOUR.N" McQUAID WAS gram at the high school, including and community meetings as visu- HOME ON SIT hand, orchestra and voice. His el- al education on tuberculosis. Louran McQuaid left last Friday forts at the grade school however, on his return trip to Camp Liv- will be confined to band and or- G.AVEY INFANT DEED ingston, Alexandria, Louisiana, where he is stationed with the chestra, with Miss Rutl Petersen FRIDAY AT BIRTH continuing her work as usual in Donald Lee Garvey, infant son 106th Cavalry, as a government the voice department, of Kent and Helen Gasaway Gar- iceused radio operator. He had Mr. Werntz, who is a graduat vey, living six miles southeast of been home on a ten-day furlough of Illinois Wesleyan, Bloomington, Mount Pulaski, died at birth at visit with his mother, Mrs. Wilma was student director while at 4:30 p. m. Friday, May 9, 1941, in McQuaid, residing six niles south- Freeport hig and directed the St. Clara's lospital, Lincoln, Illi- east of Mount Pulaski. During his Lanark high school band for two stay a party was given in his !i:i years, winning the district champ- ionship one year. FUNERAL SERVICT_ FOR MRS. DELLA ZUMNVALT services for Mrs. Della Zumwalt, 65: of Mount Pu- laski, who died in St. Clara's hos- pital, Lincoln, at 2 a. m. Wednes- day, May 7, were ,held in the Mount Pulaski Christian church at 2 p. m. Friday, conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. Wayne Staley. Two hymns, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Sometime We'll Un- derstand" were sung as solos by George Ptnney, with Mrs. Frank E. Turley as organ accompanist. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were Oscar W. Mayer, Austin W. Schaffenacker, Ennis A. Downing, Glenn Oglesby, Kelsey M. Ander- Surviving are the parents; two Willard Franklin and Robert Eugene Garvey; and grand- paxefits, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gasa- way, living southeast of the city. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home, where funer- al services were held at 3 p. m. honor. Following the playing of several games, a lunch of fruit salad, angel food cake and cocoa served. CARD OF THANKS The many acts of kindness and sympathy and helpfulness that Sunday, conducted bf Rev. O.P. extended us during the sick- Wright of Eminence township, ness aud the death of our loved near Atlanta. Mrs. Rolla Shively one, Della Zumwalt, are deeply ap- sang two hymns, "Safe In bhe preciated and we have been great- Arms of Jesus" and "Asleep In ly comforted. JesUs, '' with organ accompaniment The Family. by Mrs. Frank E. Turley. Burial in Mechanicsburg cemetery. THE CHRISTLN C HI-TH Housewi J. Wayne staley, pastor ves For Sunday, May 18: Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Worship and meditation at 10:30 . m. May we keep our hearts pure, son and Charles Kemmer. our thoughts high, and our hopes Relatives from Oklahoma and fixed on christ. Iowa, and also Lincoln and Mc- Every moral attainment is a Lean, came to Mount Pulaski to height from which another leap attend the funeral, must be taken. Tho function of religion is to draw men and wo- men to higher, better things. FORMF- BROKAW NURSE ,,Excelsior" is tho watch cry of MARRIED IN ALABAMA normal spiritual growki and de- Lincoln, Ill.--Miss Mary Hein- velopment. zel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-: You are cordially invited to at- man Heinzel, of Lincoln, and Don- tend our services. ald Werth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werth of Cornland, were married sunday in Anniston, Ala., according to word received in Lin- ENJOYED SOCIAL EkENT IN ILLIOPOL[S 5LAY 14 he members of t Ace High coln Monday. Bridge Club of Mount Pulaski, to Mrs. Werth has been employed which Mrs. Fred W. Zelle belongs. as a nurse at Fort McClellan in met in t_he Zelle home in Alabama since the first of the Wednesday night, May 14, for a year. She is a graduate of Brokw house warming event, as the faro- hospital, Normal, and was former- fly moved only recently to th.t ly employed at St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln. Mr. Werth operates the Werth Milling company. CARD OF THANKS town from Chestnut, where they had lived for a number of years. Bridge was discarded as the di- version for the evening and pin- ochle was played instead. Follow- ing cards a lunch was served. On We ale deeply grateful for the this occasion the husbands were thetic and kind words spo-[guests of the members. --'-- - .........  "-ose making the Illiopolis trip ::: ken to us aurir_ our sa.. v_ ,v_ j_ f_,, , -Uowine" John T. Her- *: merit, the loss o  arling, ,: :e_re. ,tl.A lber, Steve S. : aid Lee, and for a omer ne,pu[sneY:r Frk Copeland, Cu- ...... t ._Mr and Mrs. Kent Garvey I ncey--' 'Glose. Morrell e*eru ,, " "  family.  Glenn B. Oglesby. Henry - Are your home appl;ance$ in tip-top shape? If not, be sure to call us for a check-up. We repair all kinds of appli- ances. Reasonable and Efficient Service Mt. Pulaski Appliance Store Mount Pulaski, IlL - Phone 187 for Furnace, Stove,Stoker W. E. STOLL Ceal & ice to. 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