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! (t  nt). TffUDAY. MAY 18, 1961 H. DUNHAM, JUDGE, SUDDENLY Logan County Judge Leland H. of Atlanta, died enroute the Abraham Lincoln Memor- Hospital in Lincoln, Ill., on night, May 11, 1961, a heart attack. He was age. Dunham had been mow- in his yard, and had the house when he was An Atlanta doctor or- him to the hospital. His and daughter were taking to the Lincoln hospital when he ffered a second attack and pronounced dead on arrival The body was re- to the @uiram Funeral in Atlanta. Dunham was serving his term as Logan County having been elected in the Republican ticket. He born in Atlanta where he at- and graduated from Atlanta High School. After from Illinois Wesley- in Bloomington he i admitted to the Illinois bar hJgh school and college he outstanding athlete and one time played professional for the Philadelphia in the National League. Dunham was born in At- and was a resident there of his life. He had been a of the Atlanta school Logan county board of justice of the peace, also Logan board of review. He was active worker in the Atlanta Church, was a member A.F. & A.M. lodge, and the County Bar Ass'n. him are his wife, the r Lesher of Nor- one son, William, and two Carol, a student at the of Illinois, and Mar. home. services were held on 13, at 2 pxa., in Methodist Church, the r Burwill officiating. Bur- i in the Atlanta cemetery. SON OF CATES' DIES - The- infant son of Dean and Schroth Cats, who reside the northeast part of Mount Ill., died at birth at 7:05 Sunday, May 14, 1951, in the and Macon County Hos- Decatur. Besides the parents, the baby survived by the grandparents, and Mxs. E. D. Cates, of La- ; Mr. and Mrs. Rell Schroth Pulaski; great-grand- Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hilllard Pulaski, and Mrs. Wilda of Johnsville Ill. remains were removed to Schahl Funeral Home in Mt. where private funeral were held Tuesday, May at 11 aJn., in charge of the Martin Rothe, pastor of the Lutheran Church. was made in the Mt. Cemetery. CHORUS TUESDAY Pageant Chorus will hold on Tuesday, May 23 It is hoped that more will be present than at practice. There will be no on the following week Memorial Day coming on practice sessions are very due to the fact that in June the music will be USE PLANS INTERVIEWS J. B. Lloyd, of Springfield, Ill. State Manager of the Americar Republic Insurance Co., is visit- Ln 'in Mt. Pulaski, this week. While here, Mr. Lloyd is com. pleting arrangements for repre. sentatives of the American Re- public Insurance Co. to person- ally interview all residents of Lo- gan county, to fully explain the various plans of hospital, surgical and nursing insurance that are a- variable to those who can qualify. Mr. Lloyd said that several, different plans of protection are available to suit the varied needs of families or individuals. For fur- ther information see full page announcement elsewhere in this newspaper. CORNLAND SCHOOL PICNIC SUNDAY. MAY 28th SALVATION ARMY FUND DRIVE OPENS Plans for the Sah'ation Army Drive are to make one dri\\;e only, the evening of Wednesday, May 24, at 5:30. There will be 12 Army per- sonnel girls from Lincoln and some local help, call at each home starting at 5:30 p.m. This drive will be made only once, so please have your porch light on and your contribution ready. The Army was short last year for this city. Please give just a little bit more if you can. I am asking all the organiz- ations in town to mail your check to me at any time. If you desire to help on this drive we can al- ways use )'our assistance. I appeal to you again, as your chairman, give to this worthy cause. Thank You. R. S. "Bob" Keck, Chairman. MRS. EUGENE MANES ON WESTERN'TRIP Mrs. Eugene Manes accompan- ied by two of her grandchildren, Terry Lynn and Jimmy Hayes, left by train this Thursday morn- ing, for Tacoma, Wash., where the youngsters will remain with their parents, Pvt. and Mrs. Jim Hayes. After a visit there Mrs. Manes will go to The Dalles, Ore., where she will spend some time with her brother Mr. and Mrs. : Damon Capps and meet her sister and husband, Mr,- and Mrs. Paul Shelley of Wichita, Kans. From The Dalles, all will go to Portland, Ore. to visit their i nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Capps! and family, and witness the Rose , Parade on June 11. After the par- The Cornland Grade School will ade the group will leave for Van- hold its annual picnic at the cover Canada where thev will school house on Sunday, May 28, I take a boat for A|aska on a sight. at 12:30 p.m. (DST). I seeing trip. A basket dinner will be served, t Mrs. Manes expects to return Coffee and iced tea will be furn. I home in time for the Sil-Tennial ished by the club. (5-25) [Celebration in July. 5c-I0c I JOHN C. MAUS, 84, CHESTNUT RESIDENT, DIED SATURDAY John Conrad Maus, 84, a life- long resident of Logan County, Illinois, who had been a resi- dent of Chestnut for 60 years, died in his home in Chestnut at 10:15 p.m. Saturday, May 13, 1961. His health began to fail some months ago. Decedent was born April 29, 1877 in Mount Pulaski. Ill., a son of Phillip and Caroline Myers Maus. In young manhood he lo- cated in Chestnut and operated a general 'store until recent years when he retired. In Springfield on Dec. 30. 1920, he married Ber- tha Higdon. Mr. Maus was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut. Surviving are his wife; a dau- ghter Irs. Treva Armstrong; one son Wilbur of Chestnut; and sev- en grandchildren. The body was taken to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mount Pulaski and at 10 a.m. Tues. day, May 16, was removed to the Zion Lutheran Church in Chest- nut, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rex'. D. E. Kirchner. Two hymns, "The Lord's Praver" and "The Old Rugged Cross," vere sung by Mrs. Itubert Stotl with organ accom- paniment by Mrs. Robert Wurth of Chestnut. Burial was in the Laenna ceme- tery west of Chestnut. Pallbearers were: Ralph Donnan, Ed Schroth Ralph Aughenbaugh, Jotg er, James and John CROWN QUEEN--- (Continued from page The dance band Dust" as the Queen's song. Preceding the crowning d Queen, the dance band half hour program. The girl s Sharon Green, Sue i Bonnie Prather sang, "Blue and "You, You, You". Members of the National or Society were installed lows: Sheryl Davis, Marian er, Darlene Downing, Janet win, Linda Harem and Rockwell. The present are, Lois Ahrens, Ray Deibe Kelly, and Nancy Walch. The Totem Pole was to the junior class Downing, by Blaise senior class president. Ray Deibert installed the Student Council President, Davis. After the program a style J was given in the gym. shown by Harry Lucas, !of classrooms and r i were served m the Home room. ROLLER RINK NEWS Roller skating - Friday, 19 from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 25: WHY WA IT,P See RAY HANSLOW MACKEY'S ,o-,oc Today[ Yes. whether you are interested in a new or used car or truck. RAY probably has what you are looking for at the present time. This is just. few of the A-1 USED CARS RAY HANSLOW would like to show YOU ! 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