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I..TIMES-HEWL Mt Pu]md  THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! SUMMER LEAGUES (Mixed Doubles) W L Oops 9 6 Outlaws 9 6 South Enders 9 6 The Dubs 8 7 Waehers 8 7 The Goofers 8 7 The Doubtfuls 7 8 Bowl Better Co. 6 9 Rots O'Ruckers 6 9 Little Potatoes 5 10 i Ind. high game: Tom Tibbs, 218 and Charlotte St. Pierre, 202. Ind. high Series: win. McCub- 559; Charlotte St. Pierre, 506. High team game: Little Pota- 744. team series: Bowl Better HURCHES XION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour . Mtin Rothe Ph. SW2.5965 9:00 ann. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10 a.m. Worship Services Deut. 14, 2: Titus 2, 14. "Chosen to be a Peculiar People". 6 p.m. Young Married Couples Outing at Shelhammer Pine Lake Farm. Tues. 8 p.m. Adult Class Thurs., 2 p.m. Ladies Aid. CHRISTIAN CHURCH School Sc.rvices Endeavor p_m.--.Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) of the Lutheran Hour D. K. Archner, Ph. PY6-5911 :9:3Oa.m. Sunday School and ; Bible Classes LO:30 a.m. Worship Service You are invited to worship with Us. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Clifford Smith, Pastor 9:00 azn. Sunday School lO:OOaxn. Morning Worship THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH P. Burdick. Minister 9:30 axa. Bible School 10:35 am. Morning Worship Sermon: "Jesus Only!" ! 6:30 pJn. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Living Within Our Limitations!" . ANNOUNCEMENTS - The Logan County Christian YOUth Group will meet for a wiener roast on Monday night, 26. We will meet at the @hutch at 6:15 pan. Sunday night, July 2, will be Old Fashioned Night. This service will start at 7:30 p.m., and the theme of the evening will center around the daya of old. Prayer Meeting service is held each Wednesday night at 7:30. THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illinois ,.v. Roy W. Trueblood, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School )0 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rmv. Edwml M. Kxewer, Pastor Mass Sunday, June 25, will be held at 8 a.m. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Latham, IIUnois Louis E. Eroft, Pastor axn. Bible School USE ROTHWELL'S REDI - MIX CONCRETE SAVES Time - Labor. Money Phone 2-3260 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship A cordial invitation to all[ LATHAM METHODIST Paul Du Bois, Pastor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship---9:30 a.m. Sunday School--10:30 a.m. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. The Senior Choir will sing: "O How Amiable Are Thy Dwellings" by Barnby. The pastor's sermon will be, "The Christian and the World." Willis O. Galloway June 13, 1909 plaints. (4) Consideration of peti- in Warrensburg. She was a mem- ber of Harmony E.U.B. Church. She leaves, husband, two sons Coy of Austin Twp. and Luther i of Jacksonville, Fla.; two brothers Oscar Young of Monticello, Ky., and Leon Young of Decatur; and two grandchildrein. Funeral ser- vices at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Daw- son & Wikoff funeral home. Bur- ial was in Graceland cemetery. The clergyman was the Rev. Louis Kraft of the Latham Bap- tist Church. Hymns were "Beauti- ful Isle" and "Whispering Hope." Pallbearers were: Ross Rau, William .Miller, Junior Marshall, Delbert Southern, Neff Goretzke tions or complaints to increase or reduce assessments. (5) Equaliz- ation of Assessments of Town- ships. (6) Hearings of owners or their agents. Third:- Any person or corpor- ation desiring to complain to said Board because his, her, or its property having been assessed too high, shall file with the Board of Review his, her, or its complaint in writing, duly sworn to, between the first of July and the first of August. Fourth:. As to complaints con- ceming real estate or improve. ments thereon, they shall contain (1) A description of said Real A cordial invitation to all. and Ernest Byme. The Family. Mrs. Galloway pieced and --' [quilted many quilts the latter ... CARD OF THANKS [years. Did excellent work. She had we take tnis opportunity t[ one in frame when she had back thank our friends and relatives trouble three vears ago and had for the words of sympathy, flow-lto give up q'uilting Had been ers, cards and all other thought, l ailing since then. " fulness at the time of the death of our loved one, Tillie England AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Recent visitors from Wednes- day till Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rau were her aunt Mrs. Mrs. Vera Lewis and children left Tuesday for home in Texas going by St. Louis to visit rel- atives and M. Isenhour. The Au- brey Taylors also left for home in' Lebanon, Tuesday, after spending the week end at Goretzke's. A week of real weather and real Mary (Gus) Schivenn of Ham[l- cold Friday. Rain Tuesday after- ton, Ohio; and cousin Ruth noon. Sunday a perfect day and Stehenv of Cleela' nu, ..... umo. lney- x a gorgeous sunset.. Raining oeiore went to Decatur then to visit I10 p'm" Monday, 11 7.. _. beveral diu go o uenrer nap- Clara Potter and LucHle Eaton ..... HAK accomuaniod Mr Wm ]el Ior all day servmes an( some Heft "and Patri'-cian--to--Clin"to"nlfer afstertnusDroLtan2iSioftare Monday (they had dental au-[ g g pointments) and attended tleiburning, but a promissory note, funeral services for John V. Ire- or, the facsimile of it. land, 77, of Tunbridge commun- ity. He lived on the Kerwood farm north of Kenney for 21 years before moving to Jas. Brothers farm east of cemetery. They planned to move to Clinton this fall. Sunday visitors with the Eu- gene Raus were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jack of Charles- ton; sister Mrs. H. Phipps of De- catur and two children, brother Dick Jacks and Robert Jacks of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rau. Mrs. Earnest (Alta) Kikowsky is bereft of her sister, Mrs. Ray- mond Wattles, 47, of Warrens- burg R.R. 1. Funeral was Mon- day in Maroa Methodist Church. Burial in Weldon cemetery. Mrs. Nettle Galloway Died Mrs. Nettle F. Galloway, 84, died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 18, in the Mary Henry Convales- cent Home, Decatur, where she had been since Nov. 2. She was born Aug. 19, 1876 in Wayne Co., Ky., a daughter of Gee. W. and Nancy Hurtt Young. She married Mrs. L. Hartsock as delegate and Mrs. Linn Rau as alternate, were to accompany Rev. Don Fer- rill of Olney, Tuesday, to attend annum E.U.B. Conference. Mrs. Rau will visit relatives till Sun- when Linn will drive down for her. Gloria Stogsdill left Sunday for Collinsville to attend summer school at Southern Illinois Un- iversity. RULES GOVERNING THE BOARD OF REVIEW FOR THE YEAR 1961. First:- Said Board of Review shall meet on or before the third Monday in June of each year, in the Court House in Lincoln, Ill- inois, the sessions of said Board to be held daily Monday through Friday, from nine o'clock A. M., to twelve Noon and from one P. M. to four P. M. Second:- Order of btsiness (1) Reading and approving of minutes of previous meeting. (2) Presen- tation of petitions or complaints. (3) Reading of petitions or corn- Estate as described in the Assess- or's Book giving Section, Town and Range, and all school and other taxing districts. (2) If Vill- age or City Lots, the number of Lots, Blocks, and Addition, and all school and other taxing dis- tricts. (3) The assessed value as determined by the Assessor and its fair value, estimated at the price it would bring at a volun- tary sale in due course of trade. Fifth:. As to complaints con- ceming personal property, they shall contain (1) A list of the personal property of the com- plainant in detail, the name of the Township, all school and oth- er taxing districts, and the resi- dence of the owner or agent, and its assessed value and fair cash value. Sixth:. Complaints of too low asesnents may be made and shall cont;,in (1) A of the real estate, the character of personal (credits and money) and cash value, the name and of its owner or agent. EaC h plaint shall contain such and circumstance as to the Board of Review to whether or not to notify the a er or agent of its pending date of hearing. Seventh:- Complaints made concerning the reduction of the entire ment; either real estate al property, or both, or included therein or portion County may be made as inequality of the tween townships. Said shall contain such facts as enable the Board .of equalize same. Eighth:. Each complain be numbered and upon a docket kept Each complainant, owner, gent may appear in person Attorney. Ninth:. All parties owners, complainants or es introduced to give or evidence to or before Board shall first be duly These rules may be any time by giving one notice thereof specifying the pased amendments. BOARD OF REVIEW A. J. Engelbrecht, James R. McMath, Eugene Kretzinger. FREE BOWLINE at HILLTOP BOWL Effective at Once Anyone bringing a carton or label of Brylcreem or Silvikrin Shampoo will be entitled to ONE FREE GAME This Offer Expires August 15th ID BLOAT Feed the new Faultless Anti-Blogt Mixer... For Top Profits. Help prevent or control bloat. Just feed one pound per head per day  mixed with ground farm grain or roughage as directed. Tested and proven on Illinois farms, Faultless Anti-Bloat/VUxer is another fit for Faultless. For top pasture and feed lot profits, get your supply today at your MOUNT PULASKI FARMERS GRAIN & , ELEVATOR CO. PHONE SW 2-5711 MOUNT PULAS/