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Letter Box Buffalo, Illinois Fred Holmes , Illinois Holmes: was certainly wonderful of representative of the Mt. Fire Department, and the wonderful ladies represent- oranizations from Mt. to help us in the fine. did with our Home- here at Buffalo. It is appreciated and one of of our Home Tal- I have heard so many Caments on the beautiful Worn and how charming weet each of you looked this I can only add my appreciative acclaim. I did not have the chance down the names of each ladies would you please thanks of the Buffalo along to them and my own personal appreei- and thanks for helping show the success it was. you need any help in Celebration, we to know so that we contribute in some way. can be of assistance too, let me know. It is quite that our Methodist Chur- want to enter their if this would thanks to you and other ladies represent- various organizations Mr. Pulaski. Sincerely, Raymond L. Cox, _ Program Chairman. l.Ladies who made an ap- at this Homecoming on k'aY night, June 3, besides ,.lcl Holmes, were: Mrs. _W,,Idler, representing the Sr. s Club; Mrs. George ',., Legion Auxiliary; Mrs. I Brooker, St. John's Luth- . haurch; Mrs. Loren Holmes, ms. Lee Taylor, --' aub. 00.00N00DAY OF ON WOMAN Curphey, well known resident of Beason, ' Years, observed her 90th anniversary Wednesday, born June 7, in 1871, in Mo., a town that Mrs. Curphey remembers as a youth, the trains that passed that town headed for Nebraska and Colorado. remember Frank and and their family, nearby. a YOUngest daughter of Elizabeth Henderson as a child, she accomp- mother to Comland to her eldest sister, Mrs. J. In Springfield, m., in married John Curphey She spent a number school. They lo- where Mr. Cur- a grocery store Years. He died in 1936. two daughters, Mrs. San Antonio, Texas, Gehlbach of Bea- Whom she resides. Mrs. a member of the Corn- Church and has the Beason Methodist is a charter member of Eastern Star at : One that gets the on your side of the MADGE ANDERSON DIED THURSDAY; SERVICES SATURDAY Mrs. Madge Anderson, West Cooke St., Mount Pulaski, Ill., died in her home at 5:15 p.m., Thursday, June 15, 1961, aged over 63 years. Her health had been failing for some time. Madge Martin was born Dec. 24, 1897, in Latham, Ill., a daugh- ter of Drew and Anna Gasaway Martin. She attended the Latham schools and over 40 years ago, in Lincoln, Ill., was united in mar- iage to Wilbur J. (Dewey) Ander- son. She lived her entire married life in Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Ander- son was a member of the Christ- ian Church. Decedent is survived by her husband; one son, Loren, of Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Edith Gilbert, Mount Pulaski; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Saturday, June 17, at 1:30 p.m The Rev. Paul Burdick, pastor of the Christian Church . officiated Appropriate music was rendered by Mrs. Burdick. Interment was made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. Pall- bearers were: Roy Gasaway, John West, Loy Dunn, Arie Deibert, Austin W. Schaffenacker and Dr. C. M. Merriman. APPRECIATION I want to take this opportunity to thank friends and relatives for their cards, flowers and visits while I was a patient at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos- pital. {p) Henry Schafer NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2254 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Frances Richards, deceased,, now pending in the County Court of Logan Cotmty, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of sum- moils. Truman C. Richards, Administrator. Lloyd F. Amold, Attorney. (6-29) FI00THAM COMMUNITY ]-s. Otis G. Howe, Sr. Miss Alice Shimer, formerly of Latham, and daughter of the Geo. Shimers, and friend Miss Eleanor Seminar, stopped and visited Miss Shimer's parents enroute to Ni- agra Falls, N. Y. where both of them will enter the teaching field. Alice will go to school in Buffalo this summer. Mr. and .Mrs. George Shimer were in Louisville, Ky. to at- tend the graduation exercises of their son-in-law, Frank Lehn, who graduated from Medical School in Louisville. The Lehns are leaving that city and will move to Miami, Fla., where Dr. Lehn will intern in Jackson Me- morial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Getorge Shimer will go to Louisville, Ky for the three daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Lehn and will return with them to Latham and keep them until their parents are settled in their new home in Miami, Fla. A potluck supper was held in the Methodist Church to honor Rev. Bernard Wahl and family who are leaving for their new pastorate in Colchester, Ill. Mrs. W. Duncan entertained members of her family with a Sunday dinner. Those present were: Mr.and Mrs. Donald Dun- can and family of Mama; Mrs. Margaret LaMar and family of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilham of Lanesville, and Mrs. Georgia Purcell of Mr. Pulaski. Saturday evening a picnic sup- per was held in Fairview Park, Decatur for the families of the O. G. Howe's Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Win. Howe and Darlene of Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe, Terry and Danny Howe of Warrensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howe, Linda, Randy, Donna, Latham; O. G. Howe Srs., and Otis G. Howe, Jr. and daughter Cheryl. Sunday evening the family gathered again in the O. G. Howe Sr., home for Fathers' Day, for a cook-out. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Trimhy, Kerry Lyn and Kathy of Decatur, were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barrels of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Taylor of Mr. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan of Chestnut, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Cowan and family in SAVE " NOWU o .O" Spend later BUY Morel IT'S A FACT! Money saved with us is money earning for y. I.ater, you save again when you use accumulated savings to pay-in-full, minating all interest chargssl Open your special purpose account todsy! orrg =te 3'h% Macon, for a family cook-out - Fathers' Day. Mrs. Chas. Gresse, formerly of Latham, passed away June 2nd. Burial was in Mechanicsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiterman have guests from Turlock, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mitchell. They will visit friends in Indiana and Ohio, and will stop for a short visit with the Reiterman's before returning to California. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan of Chestnut, visited with the Albert Reiterman's Saturday, June 17. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Behrens and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stogdell and two daughters visited with the Albert Reiterman's. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Behrens and sons visited with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Behrens, of Middletown, Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dial had his parents from Illiopolis for Fathers' Day supper. The men folks attended the ball game in Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Montgom- ery and son Danny visited the Wilbur Sc-efeldts on Monday. Mr. Montgomery helped in the hay fields. Mrs. Flora Seefeldt and sister Mrs. Charlotte Kattner, Latham, had guests for Fathers' Day. Pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur See- feldt, Darrel and Dick, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawn, Sr. and dau- ghter, Dorothy of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Carol Litwhiller and family of Delavin. James Seefeldt was an after- noon caller Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Flora See- feldt. with the Tri.Tones of Mount Pul. aski, who are, Phyllis _xlward June Boyd and Janie Ka.a, Sunday afternoon, June 25, the : Kitchen Band will be supper guests of the 8 and 40 Club In : Chestnut, then present numbers, as well as marches mid religious selections. Monday, June 26, is one of their highlights, when they will be luncheon guests of the Club of Decatur. They will be . :: tured on the program. Mrs. Tommie Havener, 5r,, IS chairman of this popular Mrs. Kenneth Stoll is director Mrs. Byron Downing, asistant  rector. Mrs. Dale Boyd ies them on her aecordian Mrs. Ellis Wood is assistant companist on the piano. KITCHEN BAND-- (Continued from page 1) NOTICE OF PUBLIC ON TENTATIVE BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANa NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the Mr. Pulaski Rural Fire Proteetiffa District of Logan County, IIlinoi has prepared a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance the District's fiscal year ning June 15, 1961 and ending June 14, 1962, which Ordinance is now on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the home of the District Presldetlt Thomas A. Gupton, Sr., in Northeast comer of Section Township 18 North, Range 2 of the 3rd P.M., (Mt. Township) Logan County, 1 mile west of Mr. it has and will continue to re leave on Clark Curry's bus, at 1 p.m., for Mechanicsburg, to be in the Homecoming Parade there, nd on a later program. From Meehanicsburg they will go to New Berlin where in the even- ing they will appear on a Water Town Dedication Program along main for more than 30 days to a hearing thereon; that a lie hearing thereon will be at such home of the President on Monday, the, 3rd of July, 1961, at 10:00 A.M. light Savings Time) and after final action will be thereon by the Board of DATED this 19th day of June 1961. CLYDE FEBUS, YOUR "GOLDEN CAR KEY" AVA,LABL, NOW,' , !?: Beautifully Mongrammedl- Custom-Cut to fit the ignition of your own carl -- Complete with safety-locking 18-Kt. Gold-Plated Key Ringl + i! Our present depositors will be entitled to a key, new customers opening an account with a minimum of $50.00 will receive their "Golden Ke'. WE PAY 3/o ON SAVINGS Sa.k .f