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! 6--TIMES.NEWS 0tit. Pulaski, In.) THURSDAY,JULY 29, 1971 ASSESSMENT ROLL for 1971 (Continued from page 15) Same. Lt 8 500* George R. Hamlow, Lt 9 900-7320-8220 Wayne C. Harris, Lt 10 440* Lyle C. Doom, Lt 11 870-7080-7950 Ronald L. Cook, Lt 12 830-6710-7540 James E. Gleason, Lt 13 1300-8370-9670 Wayne C. Harris, Lt 14 610" Same, LI 15 460* Same, Lt 16 430* Same, Lt 17 510" Harry A. Cummings, Lt 18 920-11250-12170 Wayne C. Harris, Lt 19, 570* Same, Lt 20 630* Same, Lt 21 640* Same, Lt 22 730* Same, Lt 23 420* Same, Lt 24 440* Village of Cornland Block 1 La D. Lanham, Its 1, 2, & W 3 370-2940-3310 Wilbur D. Oglesby, E Lt 3, all 4&W 5 300-1600-1900 Same, E Lt 5 & all 6 220.6480-6700 Block 2 Gertrude A. Alexander, et al, Lt 1 &W25 ft Lt 2 220-2120-2340 Sidney R. Olson, et al, E 25 ft Lt 2 & all 3 220.3290-3510 Russell Memersmith, Lt 4 150-4360-4510 Joe Molnar, Lt 5 150.1290-1440 Wayne Shanle, Lt 6 150-4850-5000 Block 3 Henry J. MeCurry, Lt 1 150-2140-2290 Alva Nilhas, Lt 2 150-1230-1380 George Gibbs, Lt 3 150.2080"-2230 George D. Gibbs, Lt 4 150 F. D. Collier, Lts 5, 6 300-1890-2190 Block 4 Delmar L. Veech, Lts 1,2, 3 450-13000-13450 Jessie Moore, ec al, Lts 4, 5 300.1540.1840 Carl Criland, Lt 6 150.770-920 Block 5 E. E. Criland, N Lts 1, 2, N of W 44 ft Lt 3 220.5840-6060 Clyde B. Perkins, S Lts 1,2 & SofW44 ft Lt 3 220-2890-3110 Harold W. Walker, E 6 ft Lt 3, & all Lts 4, 5 320-2370-2690 Joseph V. Hickey, Jr., Lt 6 150-3010-3160 Ida M. Ramthun, Lts 7, 8 300-2260-2560 Francis Nicholson, Lt 9 150-1740-1890 Hugh C. Tungate, Lt 10 150-2770-2920 Kelly L. Robinson, Lts 11, 12 300-4240-4540 Block 6 Delbert Ford, Lts 1,2 4004320-4720 Grace Rice, Lt 3 200.1820-2020 Same, Lt 4 & S I02 ft Lt 5 360-2440-2800 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Prot. Dht., N 50 ft Lt 5 40 State Bank of Comland, S 102 ft Lt 6 380-12300-12680 Bernard L. Bertsche, Lts 7 thru 11 750-2310-3060 R. IL Powers, Lt 12 150 Block 7 Elmer Fulseher, Lts 1,2 400.4560.4960 John R. Ford, Lts 3, 4 40O-674O-7140 . Alma V. Petenton, Its 5, 6 400-4610-5010 Block 8 John C. Roher, et al, Its I, 2, 3 450-1710-2160 Charles L. Bohn, Lt 4& W%5 220-7220-7440 George Drake, E Lt 5 & all 6 220-8470-8690 Henry Lee Littedy, Lts 7, 8 300-2300-2600 Hattie J. Peters, Lts 9, 10 300-1800-2100 Roy O. Phares, St., Lts 11, 12 300-1920-2220 Block 9 Lewh L. Ramthun, Its 1,2 300-6700-7000 James E. Elards, Lt 3 150 Carol Dennison, et al, Lt 4 150 George I.reher, Its 5,6 300-3860-4160 Temple Am'n. Inc., Its 7, 8 300-1700.2000 Block 10 E. A. Haynes, Its 1, 2, 3 450-3720-4170 ]1 D. Bryson, et al, Lt 4 150-3020-3170 Cules Ramthun, Lt 5 15O48O-630 )try A. Albert, et al, Lt 6 In Whose Assessed Name Assessed Val. Dol. 150-1580-1730 Carl Crlland, Lts7, 8, 9 600-5910.6510 Inez C. Johnson, et al, Lts 10, 11, 12 600-4420-5020 Block 11 Ed Harris, Lt l 70 Cornland Farmers Grain Co., Lts 2, 3, 4 770-1190-1960 Curtis Arney, E 20 ft Lt 5 Ex N 41 ft 80.560-640 Harry E. Peterson, W 30 ft & E 20 ft of N 41 ft Lt 5 & E 9 ft l.t 6 400-980-1380 Delbert Ford,W 41 ft Lt 6 340-1850-2190 Evan Gibbs, Lt 7 & E 8 300 Alice MeCain, W Lt 8 & all Lts 9, 10 500-2440-2940 Block 12 Louis Ramthun, Lts 1,2 290.4200-4490 Fred Bohn, Lts 3, 4, 5 920-8140.9Q60 Ferdinand Wiebking, Lt 6 170-2180.2350 Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., Lt 7 280 Cornland Farmers Grain Co., Lt 8 430-1650-2080 Block 13 Louis Ramthun, Lts 1,2, 3 100 Fred Bohn, Lts 4, 5, 6 100 Block 14 Ed Harris, Lts 1 thru 5 670-5130"-5800 Block 15 Ed Harris, Lt 1 100 Joseph Molnar, Lts 2, 3 . 210-2190-2400 Block 16 Roy L. Henricksmeyer, Lts 1,2 & E 10 ft 3 330-2960-3290 Anna Guseman, W 40 ft Lt 3 & all 4 270-1900-2170 Myrtle I. Smith, Lts 5, 6 300-1620-1920 NON-CARRIER REAL ESTATE Allison & Co., Imp: only on G. M. & O. RR Co., Pt SW SW 7-18-3 191540 Wayne C. Harris, Imp. only on G. M. & O. RR Co., Pt SW SW 7-18-3 4340 Elkhart Lumber Co., Imp. only on G. M. & O. RR Co., pt SW 7-18-3 1290 Cornland Farmers Grain Co., imp. only on |. C. RR Co. pt SE 11-17.-3 53130 Edna Smith, Imp. only on I. C. RR Co., pt N SW 11-17-3 1480 ELKHART TOWNSHIP Personal Property In Whose Assessed Name Assessed Valuation School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Elkhart Corp. Elkhart Lumber Co. 3990 Patterson Bros. Oil & Gas Co. 1110 Veff Vending Co. 220 School Dist. 34 School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulaski Fire Pro. Dist. Agrico Chemical Co. 3170 Cornland Farmers Grain Co. 2260 Patterson Bros. Oil & Gas Co. 400 Hartford Fire Ins. Co. 1026 School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Elkhart Corp. Central III. Light Co. 15300 General Tele. Co. of Ill. 9940 Western Union Tele 8. Co. 240 School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Central Ill. Light Co. 8310 Commonwealth Edhon Co. ' 5440 General Tele. Co. of Ill. 6230 Illinois Power Co. 24840 Menard Elec. Coop. 1620 Same 6960 Western Union Teleg. Co. School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Mr. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Commonwealth Edison Co. 2830 General Tele. Co. of Ill. 180 lllinoh Bell Tele. Co. 60 Manard Elec. Coop. 1800 School Dist. 68 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Elkhart Ftre Pro. Dist. Commonwealth Edison Co. 1270 General Tele. Co. of 111. 330 Menard Elec. Coop. 450 School Dist. 34 High School Dist. 28 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Commonwealth Edmon Co. 230 Power Co. 2390 Menard Elzc. Coop. 450 In Whose Assessed Name Assessed Valuation School Dist. 34 High School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Commonwealth Edison Co. 3950 minois Bell Tele. Co. 1580 Menard Elec. Coop 960 School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 28 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Commonwealth Edison Co. 580 School Dist. 264 High School Dist. 28 Junior College 526 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. Illinois Power Co. 2390 School Dist. 202 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Elkhart Fire Pro. Dist. General Tele. Co. of 111. 40 School Dist. 202 High School Dist. 406 Junior College 526 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. General Tele. Co. of Ill. 850 Unit 15 Junior College 526 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. General Tele. Co. of Ill. 510 Menard EIec. Coop. 660 M.P.T.H.S. ALUMNI NEWS The total membership of the MPTHS Alumni Association is now 308 members, with all classes represented now except, 1917, 1929, and 1937. We gained the membership of Mrs. Lois Huck Scroggin, this week, representing the Class of 1910. The Class of 1951 re- cently held its 25th reunion and it now has a total membership of 15 Alumni members, making 1951 the biggest class to date. The members are: Mariann Da- na, Robert Camden, Bar- bara Harvey, Verna Man ley, William Dittus, Rich- ard Ey, Vera Mercier, Rob- ert Holmes, Vivian Rent- meister, Joe Lucas, Betty Waddell, William Rent- meister, Delores Hein, Ray Richner, and Wayne Shan- le. We encourage any class holding their class reunions to join enmass. We do not have any 100% classes yet, but 1951 is close. If the class secretary needs ad- dresses of fellow class- mates, our members' ad- dresses are on file and we will try to help. The Class of 1965 is now 2nd highest with 11 members; 1969 has 10; 1968, 1940 and 1939 have 9 members each. 1956 and 1926 have 8 members. Classes with 7 members are: 1971, 1970, 1964, 1961, 1947, 1945, and, 1931. Membership is made by mailing $1.00 lifetime mem- bership dues to: MPTHS Alumni Association, % Sec- retary, Rural Box 98, Chestnut, Ill. 62518. Please include your complete name, address, and year graduated. 750 .A.UEtTIN Iql IAlrTI IEIIWII July 26. Next Sunday will be Aug. 1. - so soon? Sympathy to the family of Mable Montgomery. The Win. Raus went to Tulsa, Okla. last week to bring Mark home and visit- ed over Sunday. The Lyle Flach's of Clayton, Ohio, were here Thursday till Saturday with the Ross Raus and H. Flachs. S. S. attendance 21, an- other good sermon by "our Jim". A guest was Carol Trowbridse. No Home Bureau regular meeting Tuesday unless 4-H achievement day at Warrensburg. It's a lunch- eon in Aug. Mrs. Mildred Ruberg drove to Galesburg early Saturday a.m. to visit her mother, sisters, and the brother and family from Phoenix, Arizona. She came home Sunday p.m. Jim and Steve Ruberg and mother later helped Richard Rau ceiebrate his 2Oth birthday Sunday p.m. Ice cream and cake were served. Over Tuesday night guests of Myrtle Rau were Forrest, Dorothy Fern, arfd Marshall Provine, and Sibel Wauson of Olney. Wednes- day a.m. all went to Detroit, Michigan to visit sister-in- law, Opal Berry, and two nieces and families. They drove over into Canada, returned here Saturday. A nice trit so M. reports. Our E. and W. road was coated Tuesday. A big crop of apricots, some good, some full woody fibers. John Rau - a tree full, nice size and perfect. He gave to all the neighbors. What ails the sugar? Not sweet as usual. Why be so careless with cigarette stubs? If must toss ou t , please put fire out. A,s to church one p.m. in road was one still burn- ing, if a sparrow had taken Team Series: Co-KatS it to a nest - result, a fire Mamas & Papas, in some building, toppers, 1912. Was 52 Tuesday, dense l,tham fog, more Saturday and Sunday. A real rain at 4:30 alnd p.m. Friday - didn't need The Latham more now. How ears have attended the 4-H grown on corn, 2 to a stalk. Show held at the Cloudy all day Sunday till tion in Lincoln 4:30, sun "out and warm. Donna Mears 64 Monday a.m. A on her wheel cookies. Janet ly received an A box cookies, away, an A for cookies. Sandra Hacke an A for ******** wheel cookies. Tanli WEDNESDAY NIGHT heimer will be MIXED DOUBLES Vickie Taylor was oel July 14, 1971 tion but sent her Two & Twos 35% cookies and received Resands 34 Mrs. Jack Knisely Hilltoppers 34 ed the girls. Scrubs 34 On Thursday, Mamas & Papas 33 the girls were Born Losers 26 the clothing they ha Co-Kats 23 Brenda Altig Splits & Gutters 22 A. She is a first D - E - N - T's 22 dent. Sandra Odds& Ends 16V2 has been a Individual Game: Gene for three .years Kattner, " " B. They also ,3,, Bill Mc- Kinley, 222; Aaron Riggs, style show in the 209. noon. Team Game: Co-Kats, 725; Mary Ann Mamas & Papas, 700; Hill- Nena Skaggs toppers, 669. dresses in the Individual Series: Bill Me- each received an A. Kinley, 610; Gene Kattner, ing the girls were M r 577: James Jackson, 549. Knisely and Mrs. Hacke. Sandra Hacke, Natural Gas Has No Odor. So, Why Does It Smell? It smells because CILCO has an artificial odor added as a safety measure. With this ordorant it is very easy to detect a gas leak that creates only a 1% concentration in air. This smell, though unpleasant, has no harmful effect& Natural gas is non-toxic. However, in an extremely rare instance ... with most or all of the air ha a room replaced with gas... a person could suflicate from lack of oxygen. The same could happen with your head under water. But neither water nor natural gas is poisonous. If you should smell gas -- or think you smell it -- telephone CILCO. Our servicemen are on eall every hour of the day, every day of the year. They will trace down the leak and stoP it. Of course, there's never a charge for the investigation. When your well-being and efficient usage of natural gas are a stake, one phone call is worth a lot.