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PAGE Eli t'llZ XOI[rNT  TJ[X. NEWS, XOlnlT  ][LLINOJ TWO WSCS GROUPS INSTAL OFFICERS Installation services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morning for the two WSCS or- ganizations of the church. Those installed by the pastor, F. E. Neumeyer, were:. Senior and Junior WSCS President: Mrs. J. B. Heft, Mrs. Winfred Allsopp. Vice-President: Mrs. Oscar Shul], Mrs. Norman Horn. Secretaries of Spiritual Life: Mrs. Henry C hristensen. Mrs. Herschel Hahn. Treasurer: Mrs. George Rent- meister, Mrs. Walter Dannen- berger. Recording Secretaries: Mrs. Walter Bartels, Mrs. Harold Don- nail. Secretaries of Missionary Edu- cation: Mrs. George Volle, Mrs. Van Froehlich. Secretaries of Christian Social Relations and Local Church Ac- tivities: Mrs. Paul Gruber, Mrs. Oscar Rickords, Mrs. John Gulso. Secretaries of Local Church Ac- tivities: Mrs. Clarence Clark, Mrs. Andrew Wiggers, Mrs. Dean Scott. Student Work: Mrs. Walter Sams, Mrs. Harry Long. Youth Work: Mrs. John Curtis Mrs. Vaughan Walch. Children's Work: Mrs. Will Jenner, Mrs. Frank Passmore Jr. Lit. and Publications: Miss Charlotte Hanslow, Mrs. Kathryn Kinert. Supply Work: Mrs. Ambrose Witt, Mrs. John Romanotto. Status of Women--Jr. WSCS-- Mrs. Charles Anderson. Promotion Secretaries: Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer, Mrs. Wade Schott. Membership Jr. WSCS: Mrs. John Gulso. ATTENDING CONFERENCE IN JACKSONVILLE Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, pastor of the Mount Pulaski Methodisl church the past 14 years, ac- companied by his wife, left Tues- day for Jacksonville to attend the 128th session of the Illinois Annual Conference of the Metho- dist churches, being held at the MacMurray College Chapel. The Bishop J. Ralph Magee, of Chi- cago, resident Bishop, is presid- ing. Pastors and lay members from 468 pastoral ehargep in Central Illinois comprise the membership of the Annual Conference. Members of the local congre- gation, and hosts of friendst will be greatly pleased if Rev. Neu- meyer is returned to this charge. PLAYGROUND.-- (Continued   I) Bud Manes A Director Harry "Bud" Manes, who graduated from Western State Teachers College at Macomb last week, will have charge of the boys' groups, He will give in- structions in baseball, basketball and tennis, and other sport events. "Bud" is one of the best athletes Pulaski high has ever turned-out starring in both base- ball and basketball and playing on the varsity team while in college. In order to get a line. up of the number of boys of all ages interested in playing ball and tennis this summer, Bud will appreciate your registering at the Times-News before June 15, so that a schedule may be drawn up before opening day. Play Hours Registration will be made on opening day for all other young- LEVI B. HARDING, 71, FORMER RESIDENT, DIED IN IOWA Funeral services for Levi B. Harding, 71-year.old, a retired farmer of Rockwell City, Iowa, were held Monday, May 28, at 2 p.m., in the Morton funeral home in that city, conducted by Rev. H. E. Whyte. Burial was in Rosehill cemetery. Mr. Harding, who for many years was prominent in Calhoun County Farm Bureau and affili- ated affairs in Rockwell City, died early Saturday morning, May 26, 1951, in Colonial hospit- al in Rochester, Minn., where he had been a patient more than one week. He had been in fail- ing health for a number of mon- ths. Decedent was born Oct. 16, 1879, in Mount Pulaski, Ill., son of Benjamin and Mary Ellen Harding. In 1894 the family mov- sters, by Miss Berry. The play- ed to a farm near Rockwell City. ground will operate five days a On June 10, 1903, he was united week with no Saturday super- in marriage with Bertha Rebecca vision. The hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 12 nool% and from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Handy Hands Met At Recreation Center The Handy Hands 4-H Club met at the Tomlinson Recreation Center the last two Saturdays in May. Organization work for the coming year was planned, and the following officers were elected :. President: Irene Henriehsmey- er. Vice President: Norma Schroth. Secretary: Alice Goodman. Treasurer: Doris Shreve. Program Chairman: Eleanor Tendick. Reporter: Chartha French. Recreation: Nancy Conaway. Song Leader: Irene Shreve. The club will meet on Wed- nesday afternoons. We decided on our projects for the year, and filled out our cards. Had two .topic lessons on sewing, and a demonstration on quick breads. The club will meet with Chartha French on Wednesday, June 13. Chartha French, Reporter. SERVICE MOTHERS TO Memorial Day visiting his grand ]father, George Kiick. He is the ..... , companled b a friend Mothers of World War tt wltt l .... "_. ." Y " , ....... I lVllKe rewman, ne is drivin thru sponsor a r ooa 5ale aruraay, J, ...... g / irom talornia to Fort Mon- June 16, at Cullen's Meat Mar-rmout h New .... , Jersey, ro take ex ket on the west side of the pub-[ .... - lie square. Anyone wishing to ,renmve training in Signal Corps help in any way may do so. Keep photography. this date in mind. FI[ERAL SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. MARY SWAN IF YOU PLAN TO GO EAST .... WEST.. NORTH OR SOUTH .... Carry funds the wise way.., in the form of safe, convenient traveler's checks from our bank, These checks are the same as money--but ONLY YOU can use them ! This protection costs pennies --may save you hundreds of dollars. Come in be- fore you leave on that vacation J Ramige, and they farmed in Rockwell City community until last September, when they built and moved into a new house in that city. Mr. Harding was a past presi- dent of Calhoun County Farm Bureau, and for several years was president of the Rockwell City Fair Association. He was ac- tive in the promotion of rural electrification and assisted with the organization of the Farmers Co-operative Elevator Co. in Rockwell City. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Lewis and Wilbur, both of Rockwell City; four daughters, Mrs. Virginia Haggard and Mrs. Charles Cooper of Rockwell City, Mrs. Robert Waiters, of Spencer, and Mrs. Orrin Stephen, of Cedar Rapids Iowa; and six grand. children. Mr. Harding had made many trips back to Mount Pulaski and community through the years. Attending the funeral from Mt. Pulaski were his nephew, Ellis C. Downing and wife. They re- turned home Memorial Day. 1st Lt. Edgar Kilck of Los An. geles, Calif., was in the city on FA00RMERS BANK Mer Federal Deposit Corporation Funeral services for Mrs. Mary K. Swan, 70, of San Jose, were held at the Salem Methodist church, San Jose, Friday June 1, at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev Olin Lee. She was the widow of Michael Swan, and a former resident of Chestnut. She died in an Elgin hospital on Saturday, May 26. Burial was in Laenna come. tery west of Chestnut. OIL, GAS LEASES MADE ON FIVE LOGAN FARMS O11 and gas leases for 582 acres of land on five Logan Co. farms in the Mount Pulaski, Latham and Cheitnut areas, were $iled in the 'ounty record. er's office in Lincoln on May 29, by Samuel D. Jarvis of Decatur. i Leases were made with Mar- tin Grathwohl and other, and Waiter H. Richner of Chestnut; Mrs. Walter Voile, of Latham; William Opperrnan of Mount Pu- Iaski; and Mrs. Alvena Moody of Los Angeles, Calif. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket No. 967 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the Second day of July, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Samuel Nelson Downing, deceas. ed, now pending in the Court of Logan County, and that claims may be filed a gainst the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of summons. DEAN DOWNING, Executor. LLOYD F. RNOLD, Attorney. THURSDAY, Our New Telephone Closes June 8 For Listings Please Check Your Listing If you have considered adding an extra ing for another member of your firm or or changing your present listing, Call Our ness Office. Be Sure that your business is well re ed in the classified pages. Space and listings put your products and service in easy reach of your prospects. Mount Pulaski Telephone Tell .the world's best Dad how much you thi of him  with a perfect gift -- to make l day a gala affair ! Choose his gift from otu Father's Day selection. 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