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SiI-Tennial Visitors Registered in the city who register- Big Tent during the Sil- celebration were: Mann, San Diego, Calif; D. Allsopp, Avon Park, Sylvia Schmitt, Jim of Macon, Ga; Mr. and Loetterle, Lincoln, Ill; Frye, Mrs. Boyd Frye, Harold Trapp, Lin- Ralston, Estherville, Mrs. William ScheHert, St. Io.; Mrs. Rosemary Bode, Gilbert Roberts, Canton; Julian Dubois, Latham; Tokyo, Japan; Lloyd Lincoln; Marjorie Post, N.Y.; Nancy Combs, N.Y; E. H. Luben- Mr. and Mrs. Springfield; Mr. and Arvidson, Chicago; Mr. Henry Stolz, Muncie, and Mrs. C. Haines, St. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. W. IN. Siev- Dorothy Barber, Mr. and Mrs. C. SI field; Mrs. Ira Mrs. Ernest Lara- ancy, Marlene, of Spring- and Mrs. Fred Burdick, Vernon Munyon, St. Mrs. L. T. McCoy, Lin- Lottie Sexton, Lincoln; l Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Lin- Barger, Lincoln; Mr. Harless McKinley, of Orville and Bernice Mr. and Mrs. Will- three sons, Oxnard, and Mrs. Edwin Rath, Mr. and Mxs. Will- Chicago; Richard Washington, D.C; Culbertson, Thomas Shumway; Fred of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Howe and three child- Estella Clear Wolfs, Calif; Cherie Anne Calif; Mr. and Kaufman, Argenta; J. Nehas, Jr., and ; Gwendolyn Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riverton; Mr. and Mrs. Latham; Mrs. R. E. Bentress, of Mr Lester Iggs Springfield; Rosa blrs. R. D. Mrs. V'era Stull- Ontario, Cnada; Mayer, Champaign; Mayer, Elmhurst; Mrs. Carl Yoder, Peoria; H. Wolaver, Spring- H. N. Smallwood, De- Hedden, Decatur; Ginther, Lincoln; Mrs. Lincoln; Mrs. Geo. and Louise, Lincoln; Mr. O O. MaIIinson and! Mrs. Lorena Vetter Kansas; Katherine ; Mrs. Orena Mc- Riverton; Mr. and Mrs. Rochester, Minn; Mrs. Jimmie Patterson, blr. and Mrs. Murray Hill Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Flat Rock, Mich; G. D. Scott, LaCrosse, Wisc; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Addle- man, Joliet; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brock Niantic; H. L. Lukenbill Spring- field; Dr. Oscar Zelle, Springfield; Dorothy Curtis, Colorado Springs; Colo; Howard L. Dondeville, De- catur; Clevis Bailey, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mehrholtz, De- catur; Helen and Paula Dexter, Hobart, Ind; Sgt. and Mrs. I. Hunter, Fort Benning, Ga; Mr. !and Mrs. Roland Sandel, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Irving, Spring- field; Mrs. Evelyn Brown, De- catur; Mrs. Lela Downing, Springfield; Mrs. Richard Downing and Susan Kay, Springfield; Mrs. Hubert Suedmeier, Mitchell, S. Dak; Mrs. John Boyer, Maroa; Mr. and Mrs. Emar Alls, Pawnee; Miss Diana Dexter, Hobart, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hargis and family of Clarendon Hills, Ill; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gauliard, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Maske, Peoria; Keith Leesman, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Montgomery, Tom- my and Danny, Lincoln; Vernon Rubenking, Beason; Mr. and ,Vim. Arthur Seroggin, Washington, Ill; Delmer Stockton, New Castle, Ind; Oleir Sulteen, Indianapolis, Ind; Katey Stockton, Knightow. n, Ind; Valeria Armstrong, reran;: Jess Stockton/ Rushville, Ind.; Ethel Caudle, Neoga; Gary Caudle, Decatur; Earl Kinder, Lincoln; Lina Pattlson, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Otto, Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Nels G. Berg, Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pattison, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Delmar Veech and daughters, Jupiter, Fla; Ninnian Larson, Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hawk, Buffalo, Ill; Mr. and Mrs. John Head, Decatur. SERVICES MONDAY FOR INFANT GIRL Betsy Elaine Maier, two-day- old daughter of Vernon and Beth Tomlinson Maier of Forrest, Ill., born Thursday, Aug. 10, 1961 in the Fairbury Hospital, died there Saturday, Aug. 12, at 1:40 p.m. The baby is survived by her parents, one brother, Marcus, at home; materl grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Tomlinson of Wenona;. paternal grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Maier, of Forrest; great-grandmothers, Mrs. G. A. Tomlinson and Mrs. Samuel Earles, of Mount Pulaski. Funeral services were held on Monday, Aug. 14 at 10 a.m. in the Culkin funeral home in For- rest with the Rev. Henry Kil- gus, officiatidg. Interment was made in the South Apostolic Christian cemetery near Forrest Mount Pulaski relatives attend- ing the funeral were Mrs. Sam- uel Earles, Mrs. G. A. Tomlinson, Mrs. Dean Foster, Mr Earl Jack- son and daughter Sharon, Mr Waiter Sams, Mr. and Mrs. Jul- ian Sams. SEE US BEFORi00 BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS ML Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Ph Is A 24 Horns A D 7 DaAWmll: Schebl Funercd Home Mount PulgsL% Illinois AMBULANCE SEBVICE ------ Family Gathering A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holmes and son, in Mount Pulaski. A potluck dinner was served at noon to the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bristow, Susan, Jimmy, and David; Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Brlstow, Gary, Ronnie and Patty of McLean; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bristow, Bobby, Billy, and Dan- ny; Randy Price; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bristow, Jerry and Linda; Nellie Wilson, Florence Wilson, of Waynesville; Maudo Wilson of Beason; Mrs. Ralph Holt of At- lanta; Mary Wilson, of Lincoln; Mrs. Lois Gulso and Nelsom Art Moreland of Ramsey; Mr: and ,Mrs. Vernon Voelker, Steven and Alan; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holmes and Marty, city. ---We have "Back-to-School" Na- t:tmmUy Ad,vtfsed loth/rig needs for high school and ollege stu. deers. Hustmz & Paoloae'e Meu's and Womea's Stores. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Numl: 2264 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 4th day of September, A. D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Tillie England, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before I said date without the issuance of I summons. ] . A.W. Schaffenacker, Executor. ] Llo F. Arnold, r YOUll UNINVITED GUEST TeH me, how's your generosity? Will it be at its best On the day when you'll be jgreet- ed by Your UNINVITED guest? He will be a man past sixty With no other place to roam Who, when he has retired, Will be living at your home! He'll be quite apologetic And so sorry to intrude To impose on you for shelter And to share your clothes and food. He'll provide Social Security To help you pay his bills-- Still, a houseguost is expensive Even living without frills. For that governmental pension May not quite provide the means To support your future guest unless He's realy fond of beans). He'll require extra money Which will have to come from yOU, After all, he can't earn money When his working days are thru. Did you say that it's an outrage? That it ought to be your right To refuse to board a houseguest Whom you never did invite? I'm afraid you've no alternative To keeping this old man; H needs someone to keep him-- You're the only one who can! Since you know that he'll be coming You'd best take each monthly wage Model HUX.11T o And put a little bit aside So you can set the stage. For that poor retired stran !When his working days ar You can't refuse this stranger, He's no one else but you! DR. S. W. OF ELKHART, DIED STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Funeral services for Dr. W. McArthur, of Elkhart, ly of Chicago, were held at p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5, 1961, the Gillett Chapel in Cemetery, with the Rev. E. Berger of Lincoln, Mr. McArthur died in Aug. 1, 1961. Decedent was bern 1880, in Chicago, the son of l and Mrs. Louis Linn He graduated from ical School in Chicago and the surgical staff at St. hospital in that city in 1915. became consulting surgical chief of surgical staff before his retirement 12 years ago. He married Gillett Barnes of Decatur on Jan. 1, 1916. leaving Chicago they moved their home on Elkhart Hill. Dr. McArthur was an Army tor during World War I and prominently identified with Presbyterian Hospital before two hospitals merged. Besides his wife, he Is by two daughters, Mrs. McKinnon and Mrs. Dunshee of Glenview; "one ther, Billings McArthur of ter Park,, Fla.; three ren.