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MAY SL 1951 OF CLAIM DATE Attended Graduation ss. Of Granddaughter Court of said Mr. and Mrs. George J. Smith In Probate. &apos; visited several days last week in of Frances Dix Col. Chesterton, Ind. with their son, Julian F., and family, and attend Executor of ed the graduating exercises of Frances Dix Collier the high school there, Thursday, been appoint- May 24. Their granddaughter, the County Court Sheila Smith was a member of Illinois, and the Class of 1951. qualified, hereby Sheila completed her freshman notice that the first I year in the Evanston high /uly, A. D. 1951, the lschool, and the remaining three the 2nd day of said years in the the Chesterton high the claim date in the school, where each year she was deceased and that be filed aga|nst said or before said date of summons. F. COLLIER, Executor. OP PUBLIC HEARING given that a and appropri- for road and of Town of Mt. the County of Log- Illinois, for the fis- g March 27, ing March24, 1952, and conveniently Public inspection at from and after M., 26th day, May, Lrther given hereby hearing on said appropriation ordi- be held at 1 o'clock Y, June, 1951, at Dill- in this Town of and that final ac- ordinance will be Highway Commis- to be held'at at 1 o'clock June, 1951. Ii PAUL DAVIS, lglIWay Commissioner. -,T. DEIBERT, Clerk. DF CLAIM DATE No. 967 given to all the Second: D. 1951, is the m the estate of Downing, deceas- in the County County, Illinois, may be filed a- tate of the decedent said date without of summons. , DEAN DOWNING, 1. ARNOLD, Executor. ttorney. News are Always , ' / ,:  i  : i<{ i;:; THE MOUNT PULASKI - NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS P,q4g AMOUNT TO $110,000 ]pital, Lincoln. She returned to SCHOOL IN I Federal and state inheritance I her home Tuesday. J Daily Vacation Bible School at taxes will take nearly $110,000 of [ Mrs. Edward Gimbel, south- the.Latham Baptist church, will the estate of Carl R. Dick of De- 1 west of the city was admitted to begin Monaay morning, June 4, catur, it is shown on an amend- [St. John's hospital, Springfield, according to the pastor, Rev, Ed- ed inheritance tax return filed IWednesday of last week, as a l win Groenhoff. !in Macon county court last week. medical patient. listed as an honor student. She ranked 10th in the class of 66 members. Miss Smith was tend- ered a scholarship at the Indiana State University, but the curricu- lum offered at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, was preferred, so she has enrolled there for the coming term. Miscellaneous Shower For Cozette Rothwell Miss Cozette Rothwell, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rothwell, west of Mount who is soon to be married to Leslie Slack, Jr., of Indianapolis, Ind., was honored at a miscel- laneous shower held in the Leg- ion home Thursday night, May 24th. Hostesses were Mrs. Hiram Day and Miss Donna Day of Decatur; Mrs. Archie Van Ness and Mrs. Harland Hammitt of McLean; Mrs. Herbert Holz and Mrs. Rob- ert Shanle of Mount Pulaski; and Mrs. Fred Hild and Miss Charlene Hild of Lincoln. The program was furnished by cousins of Miss Rothwell. Mrs. Shanle sang "Because" and 'rhe Desert Song," accompanied by Mrs. Frank E. Turley. Teddy Griffin of Atlanta played a saxa- phone solo, and Mrs. Shanle gave a reading. A large number of relatives and friends attended the show- er, and Miss Rothwell received many lovely gifts. BIRTHDAY PAIR'I'Y AT REBEKAH LODGE JUNE 1 The regular meeting of the Central Rebekah lodge will be held in the IOOF Hall, Friday evening, June 1st. Following the lodge work a birthday party will be given for Billy Hopper of the Odd Fellows Orphan's Home at Lincoln. He will observe his 13th birthday anniversary Monday, June 4th. Billy is a charge of the Central Rebekah lodge, and they buy his clothing, school books, etc. Children of members of both the Rebekahs and the Odd Fellows are cordially invited to attend. 1'Our 'Phone Personality... h,.there is any place in the world where one h. be natural it is when speaking over a tele- "v bon't to create a oi-,, make the mistake of trying .... at;;Y. when using the telephone. JUSt spea chflly, with your lips approximately one-haft rora the mouthpiece. i Yttr telephone is an electronic instrument, eered to properly record your voice to the to whom you wish to deliver your message. all. DON'T SHOUT -- and DON'T Pulaski Telephone Co. Heirs will share .an estimated net estate of $269,393.26. The There will be :tories, games, Neal Gulso, southwest of the and things to make for all boys widow, Mrs. Margaret W. Dick, who was the former Margaret W. Wood of Mount Pulaski, will receive $91,911.86; a daughter, Margaret J. Dick, will "receive $58,521.22; a son, Carl R. Dick, Jr., $59,214.64; and a grandson, Carl R. Dick III, $56,313.72. All live in Decatur. Mr. Dick, vice-president of the Citizens National Bank, Decatur, and a retired official of the Mis- sissippi Valley Structural Steel Co., died Nov. 29, 1949. CITY COUNCIL MET TUESDAY NIGHT The regular meeting of the city council was held Tuesday night, May 22. The following re- appointments were made and ap- proved :- City Attorney: Leland Simkins. Supt. Water Works: M. J. Shaf- er. Day Police: Fred Roth. Night Police: David Connolley. Superintendent of Streets, no regular appointment was made at this time. HOSPIT/E NEWS Rinaldo Bertoni was brought home in the Schahl ambulance Sunday afternoon, from the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. He had been a vatient there more than two weeks. Mrs. Eugene Bryne, the form- er Lois Hahn, underent an emergency operation Wednesday city, was admitted the first of this week to Memorial hospital in Springfield. WARNED NOT TO PICK UP HITCH-HIKERS Don't give way to a generous impulse and pick up hitch-hik- ers. warns the Chicago Motor Club. You never know whether the rerson looking for a lift is a thief, narcotic, or potentially a murderer. Even shiny-faced high school boys and girls may not be safe passengers, if you don't know them. Thrill-seeking kids of both and girls from 4 years old to high school. Classes will meet frtm 8:45 A.M. until 11:30 A.M. each day, from June 4 to 15. A demonstration program is plan- ned for Sunday night, June 17, 8:00 P. M. No pre.registration is neoml- sary for Bible School. Every boy and girl within driving distance is welcome. ZION LIFFHERAN P-TA PICNIC JUNE 10th Sunday, June 10 the Zion Luth- eran P-T.A. will sponsor a picnic at the Tomlinson Rec. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. sexes with no previous delin-There will be games and con- quency record have attacked hos- tests for young and old, also a nitable motorists within the past refreshment stand, white ele- several months, phant booth, and a fish pond. Your dollars will b e "happy dollars" when they find out what bar- gains they get when they are left at our store. Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor HOWS THE TIME" TO TRADE! ..::. : ....... , .............. .,,,:,:. ......... ,,,:,.:.::.::.:..,: .2;"/,,,6 WITH YOUR PRESENT CAR AND JU00. A FEW DOLLARS A WEEK YOU CAN OWN THIS 616 HEW DODGE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON MOST MODELS Yes, dgh! now   time to come in and see m. You'll be smised at the liberal allowance we'll make on your present car. 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