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Mmmt PulaskL 111., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 L. TRACY, 76, AT NORMAL !: iMrs Cora L. Tracy, who form- L4S$[y lived between Cornland and L W111iamsville, Ill., died at 2:30 :.p, Tuesday, June 6, 1961, at ithe home of her daughter, Mrs. i :/:Joseph Lantz, 604 Hovey St., Nor- mal, Ill., where she had been nv- the past four years. She was : 76 years, 2 months and 18 days. Decedent was born March 18, in Virden, I11., a daugh- of Enoch and Margaret Van Atta Dupy. She married Charles Lecount Tracy in Auburn on Feb.  14, 1906, and they lived for many years on a farm be..tween Corn- :' land and Williamsvflle. Her hus- band preceded her. m aeath on Sept 4, 1956. Mrs. Tracy later :wp.nt to Normal to live with hoe  daughter. She was a member First Methodist Church in and the WSCS of that ,wiving are two daughters, wife of Verna Smith of Car- Gladys, wife of Joseph of Nqrmal; two sons, Char- S and Stuart Tracy of LaGrange, one sister, Mrs. James Mac- of Auburn; 11 grandchild- W. Meyers, who sustained severe ankle injury, as well as accident recently, was re- from the Memorial hospital Lincoln, last week and return- to his home. Shelton returned home in the Schahl ambu- from ALM hospital, where had been a medical patient days. H. Tendick entered the Mary's hosiptal, Decatur, on Sunday, for surgery and medical treatment. Miss Florence Lachenmyer re- turned home May 31st after a of several weeks in a Cham- hospital where she was a and medical patient. Monte Broughton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Broughton, was a :su_,gical patient in the Memorial Hospital, Springfield. He was ad- mired on Thursday and came home Monday of this week. F.a-nest Payne, who lives just north of the Christian Church, : Suffered a stroke Tuesday morn- hag and was removed to the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, in the Scahl ambulance for emergency treatment. : Mrs. Sheldon Goodman was : taken to ALM hospital Tuesday morning kn the Schahl ambulance for medical attention. Miss Gayetta Mayer fell about 6 can. Friday, in her home. About an hour later Miss Frances Vetter at the Mayer home and Miss Mayer sitting in a r unable to summon help. She WaS taken to the ALM hospital in the Schahl ambulance, for care and X-ray examination. It was found that her right hip was frac- tured. Mrs. T. A. Gupton, St., was ad- to St. John's hospital in last week for examin- and medical treatment. Mrs. Ethel Haynes returned to :her home Friday from the ALM hospital where he had been a cal patient. Wanda Etherton, Buffalo, dau- of Mrs. Leona Green, Mt. is a surgical Patient at Memorial hospital in Springfield. : : Kay Cooper was a surgical pa- :tient at ALM hospital this week. e returned home Tuesday. AN OMISSION $ohn Zimmerman's name was omitted, last week, as a Freshman having re. a high honor pin. Vicki and Cheryl Sutton, should have also listed on the high honor REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS George A. Volle and Florence Volle, Mount Pulaski, to Harold Ryan, Mount Pulaski, part of lots land 2, in block 18, in the orig- inal town of Mr. Pulaski. Wallace G. and Dorothy M. Mason, Mount Pulaski, to Billy G. and Phyllis J. Tate, Mount Pu- laski, ground 25 ft. wide of C. and D. of block 7, 4th Addition to the City of Mt. Pulaski. LATHAM COMMUNITY By Mrs. Otis G. Howe, St. Mrs. Delmar Phillips of Colum- bia, Me., drove to Latham and took her mother-in-law, Mrs. Bess Phillips back to Columbia to at- tend the graduation exercises of i her grandson, Carl E. Phillips,[ who graduated from David Hick-] man high school, blrs. Phillips I remained over Memorial Day. The Howe Reunion will be held' June 11 at the Tomlinson Re.ere-] ation Center, Mt. Pulaski, serving with a potluck dinner at 12:30 p.m. Please plan to attend. The Niantie Christian Church intermediate group held a swim- ming party at the Mr. Pulaski Recreation Center pool on Friday evening, June 2. Mrs. Bonnie Pope the girls Sunday School teacher, was in charge of the girls class and paid their way. Charlie Pritchett, in charge of the boys class, paid their way. Guests were taken by the Sunday School members. The party was enjoyed by all. A potluck dinner was held Sunday, June 4, at the fire house. The occasion was to honor Mr. mud Mrs. Curtis Miller and daughters of Whittier, Calif. Curt- is is the grandson of Mrs. Mary Miller. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Burns, Merle Mill- er, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe ad sons, MrS. Fern Williams IMr. Williams was unable to at- tend), Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mc- Guire and family from Warrens- burg; also Larry Ekhart, as a 4-H exchange student from Colo- rado. From Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hieserman and daughter, Michael Kerr. From Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howe and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Wachter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wachter and sons, Mrs. Mary Miller and daughter Mable, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Israel. Miss Kay Israel of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. John Wm. Howe and daughter, Chest- nut; Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Jr., Mrs. Roy Hampton of Texas, will fly by Delta St. Lottis, Mo. where his parents Mr. and Mrs. will meet him and bring back to Latham to spend sunrT:rnd Mrs. Curtis Miller daughters will spend the ) Tuesday, with his gradmO ., Mrs. Miller and Aunt Ma They will leave for MissoUrl_. visit relatives on their way h to Whittier, Calif. Mr. Miller,, mail a carrier in Wtfittier. a the son of Mr and Mrs. "'',-,*'- and daughter, of Mt. Pulaski. Miller, formerly of Latham. J Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Sandifer Sonda Lou Buckles, daughter_i of Silver Spring, Md., are driving Mr. and Mrs. R. C. BuckleS, to Ankorage, Alaska to visit with undergo a tonsilectomy in .the their daughter, son-in-law, and lcatur-Macon County Hospi grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. John Wednesday morning. C Monroe. They will also visit with] The mo,ntnly meering= of --'S" Mr. Sandifer's mother in Green- I Latham Methodist Church, wiV view, Mo. on their journey to] held in the church with MrS. ffF Alaska. I Pope as hostess, ThursdaY, J Kent Hampton, son of Mr. and 8th. :i,,n and five great-grandsons. The body was removed Tuesday g from Normal .to the ahl Funeral Home m Mount ':aski, where funeral services i 1 be held Friday, June 9, at :: ::30 pan., conducted by the Rex,. !::iGordon B. White, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Nor- B E R K -EL IN R CL ER kle injury, as ell as about the head, in an Wayside Furniture Makes Special Purchase for Father's Day Remember Good Old Dad June 18 Covered In NYLON Viscose Frieze Only And Supported Palomino Foam Rubber HEAD REST Positive Stop Aotion Kincj Size Footrest Fits Tallest Person RELAX AND NAP YOUR CHOICE EITHER CHAIR BERKLINE SWIVEL ROCKER FULL FOAM Zippered Reversible Cushion TUFTED Smart BISCUIT READ OR LOUNGI WATCH TV GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION Dad's Day June lS - - -Dad's Day June WAYSIDE Open From 9 A.M. to 8P.M. Monday thru Friday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday 18 - . . Dad's Day June 18 - FURNITURE , Mile South Clinton on Rt. 51 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE /