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TWO IAL NGS FAMILY AUGUST 31 annual Copeland family re- will be held Sunday, August at the home of Mrs. Blanche in Niantic. HOLD ROUNDEL AUGUST 28 Roundel will be held in the Pulaski Methodist church p.m. Tuesday, August "28. program will be presented. Ev- cordially invited to attend. FAMILY SEPTEMBER 7 annual Gasaway family re- will be held on Sunday, 7, at the home of Mr. Mrs. Roscoe Shoup about four 8outheast of Mount Pulaski. FAMILY REUNION PARK SEPT. 7 annual family reunion of descendants of Enoch and Curtis will be held Sunday, 7, in the small pavilion park on Lake Decatur. of the relationship live in Pulaski and vicinity. RAIN FELL AND MONDAY drouth prevail!qg in this several week .-" was broken the fine rains of Sunday and when more than an inch a quarter of rat,, fell It suc- in cooling the temperature helping the farm crop. SC[OOL REUNION AUGUST 24 20th annual reunion of per- interested in the Birks school seven miles south of Mount will be held at the school Sunday, August 24. All for- pupils, teachers and patrons invited to attend. A basket will be served at noon, fol- by a program in the after- AND STYLE SHOW SEPTEMBER 12 Mount Pulaski Woman's will sponsor a Flower and Show in the township high gymnasium on Friday, 12, in charg of Mrs. Oswald as head of the various The John Bressmer will present the r Margaret Rosine Laramee, of Mrs. Fred Laramee, Burtin W. Davis, both of Pulaski, were married in Green, Mo., Saturday, 9. The bride wore a light crepe dress, with white ac- Mr. and Mrs. Davis are on North Spring street. HOLZ RESIGNS O]gADE SCHOOL COACH Holz, coach at the Pulaski grade school the few years, has resigned the and at present is locat- Danville. The board of edu- l endeavoring to secure a r coach before school begins. 2UEI MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NS. MOUIWJP LODGE TO HOLD FISH FRY THURSDAY, AUG. 28 Mount Pulaski Lodge No. 87, A. F. & A. M.. will hold a fish fry on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 28, at the Volle cabin on Salt creek, three miles north of the city. Members of other central Ill- inois lodges will attend. WILL TEACH IN PLEASANT PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL Miss Frances Neumeyer, daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumey- er, will teach in the Pleasant Plains community hiffh school the coming term. She will teach in- strumental and vocal music and freshman English. The young lady graduated in June from the Milli- kin Conservatory of Music, De- catur. DOWNING FAMILY REUNION, AUGUST 31 The annual Downing family re-] union will be held t the Lincoln Chautauqua grounds on Sunday, 'August 31. Relatives and friends are invited. THE BUCKLES-SCROGGIN ANNUAL REUNION, AUG. 81 The annual Buckles-Scroggm family reunion will be held Sun- day, Auffust 31, in the small pa- vilion in Nelson park on Lake De- catur. The families, relatives and friends are inqted to attend. A basket dinner, cafeteria style, will be served at noon. The present off- mers are: John Handlin, president; Mrs. Fred Hild, vice-president; Mrs. Elmer Allspach, secreta-ry and treasurer. BROTHER OF LOCAL M)N" DIED IN SAN JOSE City Attorney and Mrs. George J. Smith v-ere in San Jose Thurs- day afternoon and attended the funeral services of his brother, Henry J. Smith, 83, in the Salem Metlgdist church. Burial was in Green Hill cemetery. Mr. Smith died Sunday evening, August 17. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gruensfelder in San Jose. He was born near that place April 13, 1858. Decedent is survived by four children, three brothers and five sisters. CARD OF TH.NKS To all those who were so kind and helpful to us during the illness and the deat, h of John E. Laugh- ery, we re deeply grateful and appreciative, of your expressions in word and deed. Miss Della Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Laughery, and Other Relatives Distinctive? FUNERAL SERVICE INFANT DAUGHTER WAS BAPTIZED At the morning service Sunday, August 13, in the Lutheran church in Eureka, the infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn was baptized. She was named Suzanne Elsie. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf W'ichma of Santa Monica, california, and Miss Ruth !Hahn of Mount Pulaski. Others from here attending were Mrs. Minnie Tendick, grandmother, Mr and Mrs. August H. Hahn, parents of Rev. Ha, hn. They took Master Richard Hahn back to Eureka after a visit here of four weeks. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE l I State of Illinois, County of Lo-! gan, ss. In the County Court of Said County: In Probate. In Re: Estate of Charlotte Ruth Potter, Deceased. The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Charlotte Ruth Potter, deceased, having been ap- pointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and having duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Monday of October, A. D. 1941, the same being the 6th day of said month, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. OMER S. POTTER Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all unpaid personal taxes and the first installment of Real Estate taxes are delinquent and drawing inter- est a,t the rate of 1% per month after June 1st, 1941; also the sec- ond instalhnent 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 ir clearing up these delinquencies before S'ep- tember 1st, 1941. I T. O. NEIWOLD, I i Is your subscription paid up in[ advance ? If not, why not ? I PUIJKI. ILLINOIb BFN BOWERS ND E HERE ON VISIT I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers land son John, living seven miles Isutheat of the city, recently made an auto trip to New London, Connecticut, to visit ,their son Ben Bowers, and wife. Ben is in the U. S. Navy, stationed on the U. S. S. Beaver, submarine tender, and being given a furlough, accom- pa'nied by his wife, returned home with his parents for a two weeks' visit. Tly will leave Monday on the return trip to New London. The unhappy young rancher and his volcanic bride---or is she? A marriage license pinned to a cor- sage persuaded her to marry him, she says, but the flowers faded and so did the bridegroom when she found he had forgotten he had another wife. Read of her swift romance and even sMter disillu- sionment in The American Week- ly, the Magazine distributed with! next week's Sunday Chicago Her- aid-American. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2L CARD OF THANKS Our sincere appreciation is tended to the many who ere thoughtful and kind to us dur our bereavement, the loss of our sister, Mary C. Volle. Your actS d sympathy and helpfulness were a/ consolation. Brothers and Sister& We can supply your GAS STOVE wlth 100 pound or 25 pound Cylinders of SKELGAS Mount Pulaski Appliance Store F. E. Turlev --------'- m GOFF FUNERAL HOME BENNY McI[)SH, Manager, M. & M. ,v to $I.00 Storb Inc., Monticello, Hlinoht 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 WILL the memorial you purchase retain its beauty through the ages? Will the wind and weather of g" turies yet to come leave its loveliness uablemish ? The answer is "yes"-- if the memorial you buy is sculptured fro Select Barre Granite, for Barre Granite is noted throughout the world  the finest granite quarried for the purposes of memorial eraftsmaa We specialize in creating and erecting memorials cut from mngnifieent stone. 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