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,14--.TIMES-N]EWS. Mount Pulaski. 111.. THURSDAY. JULY 6, 1961 J SCHEULER--- (Continued from page 1) respects to a good friend to express their sorrow to members of the family. Because of condition of the body, the cas. ket had been closed and a large picture placed on the casket. Dennis was a member of St.  Thomas Aquinas Catholic Chur- ch and was regular in attend- ance. ent is survived by his i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheuler; two sisters, Phyllis, wife D Of  Howe, Jr., and Miss Bar-  bara Scheuler, all of Mount Pul- aski; his grandmother, Mrs. Mary  Scheuler of Fairbudy, Nebr., and many other relatives. Funeral services were held at  9:30 ad'n. Monday, July 3, in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, i; the Requiem High Mass being !' said by the pastor, the Rev. Ed- : ward M, Krewer. Interment was made in the Pulaski Cemetery. Pall- were: Marvin Scheuler, at Nebr.; Vernon Dierk- of Chestnut; Kent Anderson, Leonard, Richard Romer and Kelly, all of Mt. Pulaski. i Relatives from-a distance who " came tO attend the funeral were: Fairbury, Nebr: Mrs. Mary Scheuler, mother of Harold Scheuler, and, Charles Scheuler. Thompson, Nebr.: Omer Scheul- er and son Marvin. Omaha, Nebr: Bernard Seheul- ere Council Bluffs, Iowa: Mrs. Aug- ust Schwartz. Hebron, Nebr: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Scott St. Louis, Me: Mr.  and Mrs. Melvin Callison, Mr. and Mr Joseph DeRiezio. Perioa, Ill: Mr. and Mrs. Bur- dette Maske and family, Mr. and Robert Noble and family. S]tV[C'ES FRANK WADD]L services for Frank L. North Washington St., away in the Mary g Home, Decatur, on Wednesday afternoon, June 28, held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, i Jttly 1 in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Mount Pulaski.  The Requien High Mass was said by the pastor, the Rev. Edward M. Krewer. Interment was made in the Mt. ...... Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were, Norbert Sehroth, William D. Miller, Louis F. Sarns, Wilbur / Schroth, Eugene Connolley and Glover Matthews. i Coming from a distance to at- tend the services, were: Chicago: Mr. and M William Considlne. Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waddell and daughter Dorothy. Danville: Mr. and Mrs. Henry :Walters. ) Taylorville: Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Sams. South Bend, Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allen. Idaville, Ind: Mrs. John Erd- 1Tlall. ", Logansport, Ind: Miss Dora . Blumhardt. Denver, Colo: Mrs. Grace Wad- efaell" ' lmirnold, Ill: John WaddelL  corl. POOD'SAI _ JULY 7th. br The Loyal Daughter Class of Christian Church will sponsor isa Rummage and Food Sale all nsday and evening, Friday and Sat. y urday, July 7-8th, in the IOOF building, north side square. Bring rummage to building on ursday, July 6th, and, food on and Saturday. Donations welcomed from anyone. All members of the class are to help. you cannot bring articles call 25772, 25969 or 2-3272. GRAND NRCH PRACTICE THURSDAY. JULY 13t:!1 The Grand March practice for all the Queens, Ladies and their escorts, the Brothers of the Brush, will be held on the square, Thurs. day, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. Any of the above should make it a definite point to attend. Star:One prominent in ear. LEGION AUXILIARY COMPLETES PLANS FOR SIL-TENNIAL The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, July 3, for the regular meeting, in the Le- gion Home. The president, Mrs. Ellis Downing, opened with the usual procedure and business ses- sion, calling for reports of various chairmen. Early in the plans for the Mt. Pulaski Sil-Tennial celebration, the American Legion and Auxil- tory promised help for its pro- motion, since community service is a par of their permanent pro- gram. An old-fashioned box social was given, the proceeds going to the Sil-Tennial, sometime ago. They planned publicity for the Sil-Tennial, and Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker was chairman of this project. She reported having engaged a bus to carry the 26 Ladies over Logan county, stop- ping at Elkhart, Middletown, New Holland, Ernden, San Jose, Harts- burg, Lincoln, Atlanta, Beason, Chestnut, and Latham. The Ladies, including 17 mem- bers of the Sil-Tenrdal Kitchen Band, left Mr. Pulaski at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 1st. The band in their usual good form, gave out with music and fun while the Auxiliary Ladies paraded the streets and stores with banners advertising various programs of the Sil.Tennial and placing pro- grams in the windows all thru the business section of each town. The Brothers of the Brush ac- i companied the group with their Paddy Wagon, and was quite an added attraction by sight, as well as sound with the clang! clang of their bell and an occasional use of the siren. Mrs. George Meister, chairman of the Open House to be held in the Legion Home during the Sil-i Tennial Week, said the hours would be 3 to 7 part. on Tuesday, July 25 thru Friday, JUlY 28, and on Saturday, the hours will be from 11 a.m. to 2 pan. and 4 to! 7 p.m. Perhaps out of town guests or anyone wishing a quiet spot to rest and visit may like to drop in at the Home, and will be qui welcome. Mrs. Edward Froschauer, pres- ident of the County Council Aux- iliary announces the next meeting for both groups will be in Lincoln Legion Home on July 19th, with installation of officers for the new year, and a chicken supper. Sup- per will be served from 7 to 8 p. m. Reservations must be in by July 15th, for the supper, and Mrs. Freschauer may be contact- ed for tickets. Plans were completed for the chicken supper to be held in the Mr. Pulaski Legion Home July 22, starting at 4:30 p.m. The group made plans to serve Governor and Mrs. Kerner and their party, who are guests of the American Legion, Ryman- Fuiten Post #447, that evening. Lions Club Has Received Letters From 16 Countries The local Lions Club has re- ceived letters from 23 states and 16 foreign countries, sending best wishes during the Sil-Tennial. Following is one of the letters that is typical of all the rest re- ceived: Middletown Lions Club Middletown, Delaware Mount Pulaski Lions Club Mount Pulaski, Illinois. Robert Shanle, President W. H. Vandevender, Display Chairman William G. Dittus, Secretary. The Middletown, Delaware, Lions Club wishes to extend its Greetings and Well Wishes to the Mount Pulaski Lions Club on the occasion of the 125th year of the city's founding. This 'lil 'el' town of 2000 (founded way back in the 1600's) by the Colonists in the smallest state in the Union, (and the very First State to sign the Constitu- tion), takes this opportunity to ,salute the youthful 125.year.old i Mount Pulaski. May we all, Young and Aged alike, continue to do good deeds to those in distress, or in need and to extend our hands in warm cooperation to those whom we can help. May we all be worthy of being called Lions and to en- joy inwardly the rewards of striv. ing to help our fellow men ' Cheerio' Youngsters ! ,00T..TORE! 0000vtR- ,0015 BUY TWO OR MORE ULTRA M :ZOO TIRES. DIUVE FOR 10 DAYS. IF NOT CONVINCED THEY ARE THE FINEST TIRES YOU EVER HAD, mm MD 0Er {BI WKg. (,v mr,U ,,,,,iaJ*,,,e We btevQ the amain8 dtff In the pertormance of theUltra M 200 tire will lm ao apparent after Just a short time on your car that we want you to  it for 10 dv-4t our expense! 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Leonore Vonae was born in Mount Pulaski, | went to Los Angeles, calif. |  her mother, Mrs. George WL  derlieth. Leonorecity,finally   in New York and -;.i well-known in the theatrical  ll iness. She became knee. iJ Vaughn 00Leath. Recogn0000| the soft qualities of her 1   Forest had her sing into the!  ! to see if her voice could be w i in urope. The exrent _| ,,, out as a successful venttU i she became known as I -" in radio", to be heard  girl ;I 1 seas. r',,,itor. A man who u! the bottom and warms uP. House Warming: A wedding presents. JASPER W. MANLEY, VETERAN FROM LAKE FORK, DIED Jasper W. Manley, 67, a native of Lake Fork, died in the Vet- erans Hospital at Dwight, Ill., at 7 p.m., Saturday, July 1, 1961, where he had been a patient for about five months. Mr. Manley was born Oct. 27, 1893, in Lake Fork, Logan Coun- ty, IlL, the son of Granville and Jeannette Neeley Manley. He was a member of the Lake Fork Christian Church and served in the U.S. Navy during World War I. Mr. Manley married Maude Mills n Windsor, Maine, April 24, 1919, and she preceded him in death, as did one son. Decedent is survived by two sons, William and Wilford, both living in Windsor, Maine; one daughter, Miss Mabel Manley of Washington, D.C.; 4 sisters, Mrs. Lillian (Jay) Goodpaster, Dwight, Mrs. Mamie Coats, Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Edna Frost and Mrs. Ruby Larkin, both of Hammond, Ind.; two brothers, Lelon Manley of Hammond, Ind. and Nyne Manley of Colorado Springs, Cole; and, four grandchildren. Funeral services were held at "4 p.m., Tuesday, July 4th, in the Behrendt Funeral Home at Pon- tiac, Ill., with the Rev. Ned Gil- lure officiating. Burial was made in the McMillon Cemetery near Pontiac. Attending the funeral from Mt. Pulaski, were: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goodpaster and son Robert. Sell it with a Classified Ad. up instant spray no mix--no dip--no waste! iStahl Hardware Mount Pulaski, Ill.