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Mow   DXY, jm..Y  su s -- ................... - .... - ........... [ ly outstanding. This certainly TIMS FORCE I should win one of the awards for AUTO CRASH I the Illinois Press this year and qt]Y '"PI4AItrI4r V|T** [frankly we hope it is one of our Earl Lercher of. Lincoln, deputy .... ____'"_''_ _" ____-- ..... [ plaques. and day gadio operator at ................................... I Again, very many thanks. Leroy, Illinois [ Kindest regards and County Jail, was seri- injured when his car sud- swerved from Route 66 and hed into the Salt Creek bridge a half mile south of at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. who for a number of had been in ill health is to have been stricken driving down the Salt Creek in the southbound lane. He was slumped over uncon- in the front seat when motorists halted their Cars and found him. He was tk- to St. Clara's hospital where is reported  have sustained ! skull fracture," broken ribs, con- on his right knee and Hoe, Otis G. Howe, Thomas D. Lowe, Silas M. Lyons, Mae Munyon, Chester Phillips, Bessie Frank H., Jr. John R. Leonard Purvianee, Dwight Reeves, Wilfred E. P. Harington, The Decatur Paper House, Inc OFFICIAL PURLICATION OF Rentmeister, Wm. Seefeldt, Wilbur ASSESSMENT ROLL OF  Shehom, Robt. W. YEAR 1961 IN THE TOWNSHIPS Seltzer, Herbert J. OF  PORK, LAENIA Stahl, Bruce H. I AND AETNA [In the County of Logan, Wachter, Frank Westen, Robt. W. State of Illinois. School Dist. 204 Hicf,, Schl Dist. 28 Ladx,,m Fire Pro. DIt. Cowan, Robt. A. Gollings, Marie Hubbard, G. Harold McDermott, Helen Maser, Herman W. Nelligan, Margaret July 15, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: After going through your Sil- Tennial issue I feel compelled to write and tell you what a truly wonderful job you did. Although I have no direct connections with Mt Pulaski I found much of in- terest to read in your historical edition I don't suppose anyone who is not in the publishing business knows what a tremendous job it is to compile and print such an edition. I went through such a project once. The coverage, selection of stor- ies and pictures, editing and The following is a list of Per- sonal Property in full and a list of Real Estate on which assess- ments have been added or chang- ed since the last preceding ae- ment, together with the amounts of the assessments as made, as they now appear on the 1961 Assessment Books. 3o']70 High School Di$-_,.., 4740 Lacma Fire Pro. 12 1380 Awe, Fred 470 Awe, Helen 490 Cowan, Ferris 74. I00 Dierker, Alvin 7110 5660 Jaggi, Walter 4510 Lukenbill, H. D. Miller, W. D. 350 Schroth, Edward . 810 4150 Tertocha, Eileen 74o 1230 Waddell, Nellie 4180 School Dist. 3-155 4310 High School DiSt. .0_ 73o Mt. Pulaski Fire I 1_. 1420 Allsopp, Winfred, Jr. _ 6530 Alisopp, Sr,, W.D. 4. 470 Bobell, Gary 11 Duncan, Harry Durchhol, Elmer W. Laughery, Elmer R. 3780 Marten, Arthur A. 1380 Marten, Dwain 6570 Mayer, Minnie L. 470 Schaffenacker, Lucy 380 Schmidt, Paul O. 1250 Shellhammer, Emmitt 81 i Stoll, Carl W. Stoll, Clarence D. Stoll, Eugene K. 4 Stoli, Raymond - l Wiggers, Andrew & Racine School Dist. 3 , High School Dist.  Latlmm Fire Pro. " .. Ahrens, George C. Anderson, Albert Auer, O. F. Aughenbaugh, Clifford . Ayers, Loren D. Baker, Carrie J. Barrels, Walter Biesemeier, J. D. Braun, Leslie H. Buchholz, Wm. C. Burdine, Arthur J. Clayton, Dean Perry Dingman, Duane Dingman, Harley Elliott, Harold W. Eliott, Hubert Erlenbush, Don Ey, Pauline Finke, Herbert Fisher, Helen Burke Ford, Delbert L. Geyer, Alvin & Lillie Geyer, John Grathwohl, Albert Hale, Clarence A. Heft, J. B. Hild, J. Lee Hickey, Harold & H. V. & K. A. Tomlinson Horn, Reuben & Lydia Horn, Reuben Horn, Norman Hoffmeister, Wilbert C. Howe, Robert W. Jackson, B. C. Jackson, James Abner Leimbach, Deard [Leimbach, Wm. H. 6 1170 [ Lelmbach, Ivan 3200 [ Lillich, A|bert 730[Matthews, Wm. Joseph II 8720 [ Mat-thews, Wm. Glover 300 [ Mercier, Louis 11oo I . - 4660 [ (Continued on page under the chin and on right side of his forehead. regained semi-consciousness in the day and his condition reported improved at the He has been unable to an account of the accident. locating in Lincoln, Mr. had lived in Mount Pul- and Cornland. ORDERED BY TO PAY DAMAGES city of Mount Pulaski was to pay $4,000 to Edd Dit- and Joseph Lanterman in a Court decision Wednes- July 12. e amount represents settle- of a dispute over claimed and reimbursements re- from drainage damage on plaintiff's properties. and Lanterman, or their are also to receive $30 and per year, respectively, for obligation of keeping the ditches in good re- .and reasonably free from QUILT IN DISPLAY t the summer of 1907 the of the Cornland Meth- Church dug a basement un- ld frame church build- -and the Ladies Aid Society e a name quilt to raise men- , as their project. The members solicited names each to be embroider- the quilt. There are 100 with 10 names each, the quilt, netted them $100. names were printed on the by Mrs. T. W. McCue ' name Addie Lynn from l and embroidered by! members of the Ladies Aid of Cornland Methodist The quilt was quilted by Aid Society and sold at auc- : at their Bazaar. It was pur- by J. T. Irving for the sum the death of Mr. and Mrs. the quilt became the pro- of their daughter, Mrs. Del- Ford of Comland. Most of names on the quilt were pro- from residents of Logan mgamon counties. are quite a few names quilt from Mount Pulaski. quilt will be on display at ue show during the Sil- celebration in the First building, south side of GET PARTIAL ON CORN county farmers, who retired corn acreage under grain program this year already received $744,908 in according to ASC Manager Harry S. Martin Pulaski. who requested it were half their payments soon up for the program. balance of the payment be made in the fall. i ESTATE TRANSFERS . ashington Savage and M. Savage, Mt. Pulaski, to M. Hein, Chestnut, lots 8 to block 3, C. C. Mason's Addi- to Mount Pulaski. to the Mount Pulaski Celebration 22-29 quality of printing are a credit to your fine staff. The fact that you were able to turn out such a fine product with your regular staff is an achievement in itself. I am sure that )our,, community has reason to be proud of your fine paper and the service it is rendering the community. 'This is one of the finest historical edi- tions I have ever seen. Congratulations to you and your staff. , Sincerely, O.J. Lere. July 15, 1961 My Dear Harry: Saturday, July 15th, 1961, just received my copy of your wonder- fuI 172 Edition page, Sil-Tennial of the Mount Pulaski Times-News. MY CONGRATULATIONS:- It is a splendid piece of planning, printing and hard work as well as effort on your part. You and your associates can be proud, it is a magnificent in commemoration of the .25th Sil-Tennial year of the OLD HOME TOWN so dear to all of us. Sincerely, Robert P. Seyfer, Sr. July 15, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: My wife joins ne in congratu- lating you, Mr. Paul E. Beidler, and the rest of your staff on the colossal job of producing such an excellent edition of the Times- News of July 13, 1961. Sincerely yours, Waldo A. Rigali July 16, 1961 Dear Harry: We wish ,to extend our "Con- gratulations to you on your 172 page Souvenir Edition, issue of July 13, 1961.. It is really a won- derful achievement, and we know that-you spent many, many hours to make it the wonderful Souven- ir it is. Not only is it a Souvenir of the Sil-Tennial, but wilI serve now and in the future as a reference piece so that Mount Pulaski's history will be available for those who wish to know about it. Again, Congratulations, from C. H. and Velma Leekbee m July 18, 1961 I was overwhelmed and greatly pleased when I received your SU- Tennial Edition. What a store- house of valuable information concerning the pioneers, patri- archs and founders of our com- munity. A bound volume should be sent to the State Historical So- ciety. With best wishes to you and your most estimable paper and also regards to old-timer, Paul Beidler, I remain, Yours very truly, Lynn R. Parker. July 18, 1961 Dear Harry: I finally got around to read- ing and going over your Sil-Ten- nial edition and we want to heartily congratulate you on the planning and patience to prepare and the wonderful job that has been accomplished. This should go on record as the finest job done in the State of Illinois as far as we know. The reproduction of old photo- graphs and cuts is certainly very very clear. Not only the Black and Whites but the ads in Mea- dow Mobile This publication is made in accordance with See. 103 of the Revenue Act. The assessed values herein shown are subject to revision by the Board of Review on Cam-! plaint as provided in Sec. 107 of the Revenue Act. They are also subject to equalization by the Board of Review as provided in Sec. 108a and by the Department of Revenue as provided in tee.in 146 of the Revenue Act. Taxpayers who consider their )perty incorrectly or exceiv.e: assessed may file a ompiamt writing on forms fumishedtby the Board of Review on or be- fore August 1st, 1961, in accord-i ance with Sec. 108 of the Revenut Act. HAROLD G. PERRY, Supervisor of Assessments oi Logan County, Illinois INDEX Newspapers publishing assess- ment of Personal Property and Real Estate Valuations of Logan County, Illinois: LINCOLN DAILY COURIER Broadwell, Chester, East Lincoln and West Lincoln Townships MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Lake Fork, Aetna, Laenna and Elkhart Townships ATLANTA ARGUS Atlanta, Eminence and Oran Townships EMDEN NEWS Orvil and Prairie Creek Townships NEW HOLLAND. JOURNAL Sheridan Township MIDDLETOWN LEDGER Corwin and Hurlbut Townships LAKE FORE TOWNSHIP School Dist. Unit 11 Lehmn Fire Pr DisL Behrens, Kenneth $2230 Birk_s, Jenna & Florence 5450 Brown, Claude E. 790 Buckles, Leland E. 3500 Campbell Estate, Ernest 3580 Chadd, Mrs. V.M. 570 Dufva, Bessie I. 1320 Dunn, Bessie L. 1870 Faith, Everett 1750 Faith, Grace 500 Ferry, Lawrence 5270 Ferry, Lloyd 1990 Games, Lay A. 720 Hacke Brothers 1600 Hacke, Eugene 730 Hacke, W.T. 170 Hall, Henry 3250! Jacobsen, Charles H. 210 Halford, Keamey C. 1280 Kelly, James J. 1210 Kelly, Valette A. 9201 Kull, Adolph 44101 Letterly, Herman Thomas 150 Mooney, Frances M. 410 Mooney, Regina J. 1310 Mooney, Robt. W. 410 Musgrove, Troy D. 6750 Patterson, Lois G. 1470 Pease, Louis C. 5340 Reiterman, Albert 3520 Reiterman, Ethel 4050 Schick, Edward 1380 Vaughn, Everett G. 4290 Wachter, Eugene 2850 Wachter, Johnie J. 2200 Waddell, John G. 250 Warner, Edward 1600 Williams, James L. 570 Yates, Julia Stith 870 School Dist. $3 High School Dist, Latha Fire Pro. Dist Baker Estate, Minnie 900 Barrett Estate, James W. 3930 Beaver, Oscar 5740 Braun, Leslie H. 390 Buckles, R.C. 3320 Burks, Donald 1290 Cosby Trustee, Adele 1130 Deavers, Wallace 100 Dial, Nancy C. 400 Erlenbnsh. David 2450 Fellows, Scott G. 1060 Garrison, Bessie I00 Garrison, Veme 4320 Gasaway, Fern Eloise 200 Gasaway, Graver 830 Gasaway, Jack D. 900 Gasaway, Robert Leon 1400 Girtman, Roy 670 Gcathwohl, Albert 300 Grathwohl, George 1290 Grathwohl, Lucille 4180 28O Poffenbarger, Oscar 5830 Purviance, Glynn 3270 Purvianee, Glynn Wayne 160 Romer, J. Helen 2490 Sheehan, Edward 3530 Scroggin, G.G. 1420 Smoak, Frances M. 1540 Stopher, John A. 2830 Voile, Kermit 5800 School Dist. Unit 11 Fire Pro. DiSh Central IlL Electric and Gas Co. 2567 Corn Belt Electric Co- operative, Inc. 414 Menard Electric Cooperative 3821 Ill. Power Co. 13.5.30 Mt Pulaski Telephone & Electric Co. 279 School Dtst. 3 ma Sdaool Dist. 28 Latham Fire Pro. Dist. Central Ill. Electric and Gas CO. 4073 Ill. Power Co. 9190 Mr. Pulaski Telephone & Electric Co. 279 School Dist. 204 High School Dist. 28 Lathmn Firo Pro. Dist. Menard Electric Cooperative 1933 Mt Pulaski Telephone & Electric Co. 197 LAENNA TOWNSHIP School Dist. 10 High School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulm Fire Pro. Dist. Drake, Michael W. 21870 Frizzelle, Allora P. 100 Mardls, Cecil Clarence 300 Leimbach, LOuis F. 8260 yrlck, Ruth E. 250 pperman, Harold 9980 Rager, James D. 300 Richner, Ray and School Dist. 10 IMttus, Wm. G. Richner, Josephine Marvin Gene Fred erie Woodard, C. J. Zakrzewski, Jake 65 ISN'T OLD ANYMORE... Save #tow' Really enioY' retirement JUS BitUB people reach the "age 65" point in their lives doesn't mean it's time for tl shelf. In fact, that's when many people really start snjoyi life. Especially the people who Ntw pmpmmd for their retirement by saving for Rlm By saving part of every paycheck, you're a really carefree retirement. We ]mll%  by adding earnings at our current high rate of NtUm. And remember, when you want them, your funds are ready. Plan now to have a carefree retirement.. by savin for it hem. curnmt rate  per annum BROADWAY & ___. LINCOLN" KICKAPOO  ILLINOIS