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and Mrs. Elmer Meister and children came home Sunday from an auto trip to D C., Baltimore, other easte:n cities, Ntaga'a Fs!Is. "x ]tL Eugene Molloy, daughter and grab.cLam, Bobby Mol- t of Linc:,n visited northwest the city T'msday with Mrs. E]- C. Down g and Mrs. C. C. Kiplinger. him mother, Mrs Kfpling.,r of W?st W. " . ad P, obert Can- nmx of New MartinsviHe, W. Va., their homes Tuesday after visit of several days with Mrs. mother, Mrs. Susan Upp and fy. Mr. and Mrs. Austin W. Sch.f- daughters Jane and departed Monday on an trip to points of interest in Colorado. Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose was to the Ace High Bridge last Friday afternoon at her on North Vine street. The went to Mrs. Claude Bowles Buffalo vicinity, Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. George Snyder. Mrs. Russell Ross visited in Cdaton Wednesday and Thursday her htmband's mother, Mrs. Ellen Ross, and sister, Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schafer, now live near New York City in Mount Pulaski last Friday attended the funeral of his Mrs. Fred A. Seha- They also visited her father, KautL C. R. Gilchrist of Lincoln, Mrs, Lorah Z. Lipp, were din- Wednesday of Mr. and Paul E. Bidler. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rogers ad daughters of Stuttgart, Ark., here from Friday to Tues- with friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. Buckles. All the above in Springfield Tu'esday and the State Fair. Members of the A. V. Class of Methodist church enjoyed a rdpper  evening in yard at the Harry J. Wible In north part of the city. state Fair in Springfield week is being attended by a number of people from Mt. and vldinlty. Selma Biesemeier of Moor- I, ad Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Biesemeler of Freeport, at- to visit for a frw with the formers son, John and family. Marion Snowden of Chicago ar- rived Tuesday to visit near the city until school time with h'er aunt ad uncle, Miss Sciota B. and Oscar Horn: r. and Mrs. Carl Groth of To- wanda, visited northwest of the city Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dammermann, and Thursday all of them went to Springfield to attend the Stae [Fair. Mr. and Mrs. eorge Rupp re- turned Saturday from a week's vacation trip to Friese Lake in Wisconsin, about 30 miles north of Milwaukee. They were accom- panied by their daughter, Miss Irm Rupp, of Chicago. On MaT 17, 1936, the Illinois Central railroad put into service between Chicago and St. Louis the Diesel streamlined train, the Green Diamond. During all this time Art Miller, as night clerk at the station, worked the south- bound train in the evening, but never rode on it until Wednesday niglt, when he made a trip to Springfield. This seems like a strange record. Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Benjamln were callers Sunday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Martin and Mr. md Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas south of the city. Mr. Benjamin, a former township high sclmol coach had been employed in the high school in Menatlhee, Wash., for! several years, but is now located in Belleville, Illinois, being in the service of the government as a physical education instructor arc Scott Aviation Field. Mrs. S. A. Worley returned on the bus Wednesday to her home in Peoria following a visit of three weeks with Irer sister, Mrs. An- drew Vogeisang. Mrs. Lulu Hoist of Forest Park arrived Tuesday to visit for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Gott- lieb C. Zah, and brother, Mayor Willimn F. Binder. Oeorge D. Connolley, who ha been employped since May by the city as street superintendent, re- signed his position to accept work in Peoria. Mayor William F. Bind- r has appointed I T. Waddell to fill this place, as he is familiar wih the duties on account of be- ing an assistant about five years in the street department. Elberta Ayers will help Mr. Waddell with the work. Henry C. Christensen, who is employed as a crane operator on construction work near Madison, Iriaa, was home Sunday. His wife and clMldren went back with ham for a vacation visit of two vreeks. IF YOU NEED i FACE BRICK (ALL COLORS) = COMMON BRICK m CONCRETE BLOCKS m FOOTING SLABS CONCRETE POSTS ASK YOUR DEALER OR SEE US Lincoln Concrete Products ALL PRODUCTS STEAM CURED "Concrete For Permenence" Former Resident Dies at S James Harvey Goddard, 62, for- mer resident of Mount Pulaski, who lived at 1720 East Mason street, Springfield, IllinoiS, dfe in St. John's hospital in that city at 10:35 p.m. Frida% August 8, 1941. He underwent a surgical op- eration several clay tbefore his death. Mr. Goddard for the last 33 years had been employed in the signal maintenmace department of the Illinois Central. He was locat- ed in Mount Pulaski for several years, the family living at the corner of Cooke and Man-ion street. In 1923 he was transferred to Clinton, and 10 years ago went to Springfield. He was out on some signal repair work at Springfield when he was suddenly taken ill, and he was taken to the hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mary; two sons, Harvey and Edward Goddard of Harvey; one daughter, Mrs. Josephine Wilson, Spring- field; one sister, Miss Minnie Wil- helm, Springfield. The remains were removed from the hospital to the BUsch Memorial home in that city. and early Sun- day were shipped over the Illinois Central to Harvey, where funerad services were held Tuesday morn- ing. Burial was made in Harvey cemetery. AN APPREC'IATION We wish to thank the neigl bors, and townspeople and the fire department for their strenuous efforts in our behalf in assisting us in saving our tenant house and outbuildings when fire destroyed our tenant barn last week. Mr. and Mrs. .e Buckles and Family. DELINQUENT TAX NOTIC Notice is hereby given that all unpaid personal taxes and the first installment of Real Estate taxes are delinquent and drawing inter- est t the rate of 1% per month after June 1st, 1941; also the sec- ond installment of Real Estate taxes will be delinquent after September 1st, 1941, and will like- wise draw interest at the same rate if not paid by that time. The County Collector will ppre- ciate your co-operation in clearing up these delinquencies before Sep- tember 1st, 1941. T. O. NEIWOLD, County Collector. Life means--learning to abhor the false and love the true-- Robert Browning. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. F. SCHAFER Funeral services for Mrs. IAlli*e Clara Volle Schafer, 66, wife of Fred A. Schafer of South Lafay- ette street, Mount Pulaski, who died at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug- ust 6, in the Deaconess hospitad, Lincoln, were held at 1:30 p.m Friday in the Mount Pulaski Meth- odist church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. F. E. Neumeyer. Two hymns, 'Rock of Ages" and "In the Garden," were sung by Mrs. Harry J. Wible, with Mrs. G. F. Wait as organ accompanist. There were many beautiful floral trib- utes. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were Albert Shellhammer, Benjamin Schrotl% Floyd Schaffenacker, Fred W. Stoll, Albert Buehler and Rell Schroth. COUNTY FARM BLrREAU BAND GAVE CONCERT day, August 6, with Cooney at SL Patrick's Elkhart. The business followed by Five prizes going to Mrs. Sams, Mrs. Dan J. Mrs. Lena Cosby. In Mrs. Theres Weidenbaclr be hostess. CARD OF THANKS To the many, were so kind and many years in helping one to bea her burlen tience and had adored of cheerfulness to her life, tlmse who were so and helpful to us in our ment, we are deeply Fred Schafer and ST. JOHN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, ptor- The Worship Service John's Lutlran church discontinued for the next The Logan County Farm Bu- day's, August 17 and 24. reau Band, a large organization day School will be held usual time, 9:30 a.m. composed of musicians from all over the county, gave a con- cert at the southeast corner of the  m public square in Mount Pulaski at 8 p.m. this Thursday. This concert was first announc- d for Aug. 21, but the date was advanced one week. GOOD WILL M:EMBERS MET IN T The members of tl Good Will Society of St. Thoma Aquinas Ctholic church of Mount Pulaski met on the afternoon of Wednes- o#1 GAS AND REFRIG Housewives Call 187 HIIIT PULASKI APPLIAIICE RENT A TYPEWRITER 3 Months $7.00 MACHINES IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION i Lincoln Office Supply 214 S. KICKAPOO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK The Splendid Success OF THE Logan County Fair the past week will undoubtedly be he subject of many such "hnce" dscus- sions as pictured here. We wish to extend our heath/ con- qraulafions to the farmers, the farm wives and families and to all other ex- hibitors who made this fine Fair pos- sible. THE FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASKI