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PAGE EIGHT MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MAY TOWNSHIP TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT Of Funds Received and Disbursed , for the Fiscal Year Ending March 26, 1951. STARE OF ILLINOIS, County of Logan ss. Town of Moun;Pulaski Office of Trearer of the Road and Bridge Fund of Said Town To the Highway Commissioner. ,{ Town of Mt. Pulaski, County of Logan, State of Illinois: I, A. F. Dillsaver. Treasurer of the Road and Bridge Fund for the Town of Mt Pulaski, County of Logan, State of Illinois. being : duly sworn, depose and say that the following statement by me subscriled is a correct statement of the amSunt of road and bridge funds on hand at the be- ,ginning of the fiscal year above stated; the amount of road and bridge funds received; the sourc- es from which received; the a- mount expended, and the pur- pose for which expended, as set forth in said statement. A. F. Dillsaver, Treasurer.  Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of March, 1951. A. W. Schaffenacker. Statement of Receipts, Summary  of Expenditures and Balance on Hand RECEIPTS 1950-- Mar. 28, Bal. in Road & Bridge Fund $5394.41 Bal. in Road Bond Fund 516.61 June 9. Co. Treasurer Road & Bridge" Fund 10.200.00 Co. Treasurer. Road Bond Fund 4,800.00 May 8. Harold Tendick, back fill tile ditch to Road & Bridge Fund 55.00 Sept. 21. Co. Treasurer, Road & Bridge Fund 56.62 Co. Treasurer, Road Bond Fund 55.10 30, C.o Treasurer, Road Bond Fund 14.93 Co. Treasurer. Road & Bridge Fund 12.70 Oct. 14, Frank Turner, (Stickel Acct.) for ter- racing to Road & Bridge Fund 70.00 Nov. 25. Co. Treasurer, Road & Bridge Fund 2.653.10 Co. Treasurer, Road  Bond Fund 2,051.87 Road Bond Fund No. 3. Lease on equipment for No. 3 gravel project to Road & Bridge Fund 2,000.00 1951m Feb. 19, Road Bond Fund No. 3. Lease on equipment for No. 3 gravel project to Road & Bridge Fund 1.830.79 Total Receipts $29.711.13 Summary of Expendi. tures $,22.777.68 Balance on hand $ 6.933.45 Distribution of Expenditures Maintenance of roads $ 6.139.48 Maintenance of bridges 1.486.45 Machinery purchased 6,830.79 Machinery repairs 913.69 Maintenance of build- . ing 106.60 Administration 388.67 Miscellaneous 12.00 Retire ($6000.00) Bonds and Interest ($900.00) 6,900.00 Totals $22.777.68 Bond Issue No. 3 (10,000.) Sale of bonds August 17, 1951 $80,063.11 Work completed to 3-27-51 40,856.45 Bal. 3-27-51 $39,206.66 PT.AN.q IN MAIUNG FOR BAND PICNIC The band is plannin to have their annual picnic 3une 1 at Nelson Park in Decatur. Betty Waddell is chairman of the food committee. Serving with her on the committee are Lois Schaffenacker, Don Lee, Mariann Dana, Mary ChrIstensen, and Mike Drake. As in the Past they- "re looking forward to seein what the committet will "cook up" for them. On the entertainment commit. tee headed by Hazel Reinders are Dick Ey, Ray Richner, Vera Mercier, Gordon .,ier. and Ken Stewart. is planning far differ. ent than in the LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers left May 23d on a vacation trip to states in the southwest and into Mexico. They expect to arrive home about June lt0h. Miss Mertis Whitaker, who lives northwest of Chestnut, has written a patriotic song, "rhe Land For Me." The song was rendered Tuesday evening at the annual banquet of the alumni association of the State Teach- ers' College in Winona, Minn. Miss Whitaker is a graduate of that school. Mrs. Ed Ruwe, president of the Womans Club. and Mrs. Harold Haynes, president of the Junior Woman' Club. left for Chicago Tuesday to attend the annual convention of the Illinois Feder- ation of women's Clubs, being held in the Sherman Hotel. Ira Veail and cousin, Miss Aud- rey Veail, returned last Thurs- day from a two week's auto trip. After visiting relatives in Well- ington and Great Bend, Kas., they went to Oak, Nebr., and vis- ited Mrs. B. F. Scroggin. J. Dalen Shellhammer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- mer, south of the city, returned home last Thursday from Wash- ington, D. C.. where he complet- ed the course in "Foreign Serv- ice" at the Georgetown Univers- ity. The young man is await. ing call for army service. Mrs. Anna Ryan was in Lincoln Saturday and attended the funer- al services of her sister, Mrs. Hil- da Elizabeth Walters. held at the Wright funeral home at 10 a.m. Burial was in Union ceme- tery. Mrs. Walters died in the St. Clara's hospital on Wednes- day, May 23 at 11:45 p.m. A son, Frederick Baker. died May 8, 1951. Mrs. Joseph Higgins and dau- ghter. Kathy, of Ladd. who visit. ed for a month in this locality, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ridgeway, left Sunday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. They will make their home in the Missouri city, in the trailer camp inside the post. Mrs. Laven French and nephew Fred Shaffer, of Farmer City, were callers in the city Tuesday. They went to the local cemetery where the former's parents and other members of the family are buried. Mrs. French is the form- er Laven Newton of this city. Sunday. June 17 MEN'S SHIRTS Mark Twain & New Era White and Patterns $2.95 to $3.69 m REGAL NECKWARE All New Patterns $1.00 and $1.50 w Initial and Plain HANDKERCHIEFS LARGE SELECTION IN HOSIERY SHOES and HOUSE SLIPPERS PANTS See New Hand Washable Slickcord of Nylon and Viscose Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Allsopp, Jr., and daughter Connie, and Mrs. W. D. Allsopp, northeast of the city, visited in Dayton, O., from Friday to Monday with the latter's daughter. Mrs. George J. Schmitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Gulso, who live northwest of the city, had as supper guests Sunday their nephew, Pfc. Robert Larrison of Ladd. and two friends Pfc. Win. Cocheram, of Maryland. and Pfc. Harry C. Lowe, of Knoxville, Tenn. All three boys are station- ed at Chanute Field. Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dammer- man visited relatives in Effing- ham and Altamont, recently. DISTRICT HOME BUREAU MEETING, CHESTNUT, JUNE 15 Home Bureau Units I and II of Mount Pulaski, Cornland, Lath am, Chestnut and the Chestnut Happy Homemakers, will hold a district meeting Friday, June 15, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chestnut grade school. The program will be as follows: Roll Call: "Your Maiden Name" Major Lesson, "Home and Com- munity Beautification," Mrs. Ma- bel Albrecht. County Home Ad- Viser. Minor lesson. "Demonstrations by three 4-H Girls' Clubs. Light refreshments will be served. All members are urged to at- tend. It was formerly announced that the meeting would be held in the Chestnut American Legion home, but plans were changed. CO-OPERATION It ain't the guns nor armarrient, Nor funds that they can pay, But the close co-operation, That makes them win the day. It ain't the individual, Nor the army as a whol I But the everlasting Of every bloomin' Announcing...... WE WILL BE CLOSED EACH THURSDAY AFTERNOON DURING JUNE - JULY - AUGUST CLEAR'S TALMAGES iir ,I(L.v,-  HAc'JT THAT I: "'"  THAT PtA'.E , aeo ,,_...._ j aq,, "l% otrr PIF.I FO MY HF.,ALTH Q LOCa, t m Im, ME HOW TO GET "15 CAR MO1NQ WHEN . WAJ4T TO- rT P.VEIY I 5TOR. TAKE |T SPECIMEN BALLOT Logan County, minois Election Monday, June 4th, 1951 COUNTY CLERK. REPUBLICAN PARIY DEMOCRAT FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Third Supreme Court Judicial District (Vote for One) r" 3._ GEORGE W. BRISTOW FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPRE  Third Supreme Court Judicial (Vote for One) -7 CHARLES M. WEBBER FOR JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Vote for Three) ["-] WILLIAM C. P0000)UFF t...=-J ; FRANK S. BEVAN J H. FOR JUDGES OF THE CIRCUI Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Vote for Three) r-1