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REUNIONS l of Mt. Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. [ Gene Byrne and daughter Sherry, annual Danner reunion | held at the Recreation] CID CONVENTION In Mount Pulaski, Sun-|Tt oDoVYGFIELD Bring own table set- J A oraA1 will be lurnished. The Central Illinois District dinner will be at 12:30 Convention of the Lutheran C*hur- ch, Missouri Synod, is being held m annual reunion of the of the Patterson- families was held at the School house, near Buffalo Sunday, Aug. 6, with 200 and friends present. They in attendance from seven Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Jersey, Oldest member present was of near Buffalo, Mo. 86 years old. The young- was Danny 7 months old Danny Patterson, of Red business meeting was of President Mil- of Springfield, Mo. elected for the following President, Thomas Pat- Ill.; Vice Pres- Cowan, Chestnut, Sec'y., Jean Cruse, Ill.; Treasurer, Glen Pat- Ill. reunion will be held Sunday in August, at the Recreation Center in PUlaski, Ill. annual reunion of the of George H. Miller held at the Tomlinson Center in Mt. Pulaski, The meeting was in of Everett Howe, President Israel, Secretary. new officers for the year Everett Howe, President; Jr., Vice-Pres.; Esther awarded to the fol- Pele: Youngest Child, i Andrews, 4 months;] the longest, Ray Pratt, 47 years; Person distance, Del Col- Village, N.Y; Oldest Mary Miller, 91 yrs. E annual reunion of the Prench families of Logan be held Sunday, Aug. new shelter at Lincoln Park. The reunion din- be served at noon. 6th annual Miller Cope- will be held Sunday, a basket dinner at Tomlinson Recreation (8-31) family reunion of of Conrad and Hahn, who lived community, was Park in Kankakee, Aug. 20, with 47 mem- Attending from Lo- were: Boyd Hahn, St., from Wednesday to Friday, Aug. 22 to 25th, at the St. Nicholas Hotel in Springfield. Representing the Zion Luther- an Church of Mount Pulaski are the pastor, Rev. Martin Rothe, parochial school teacher Erhard Wolf, and elected delegate, Wil- bert H. Schahl. The alternate delegate, Edward Dittus and the following church members were in Springfield on Tuesday evening and attended the Laymen's meeting: John D. Biesemeier, Fred Awe, Fred Stahl, Carl Stahl, Don McCormick and Nathan Sehaal. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood The Wm. Raus spent last week at Mackinaw, Wise., vacationing. Some of us saw Echo twice Tuesday night and on Friday, too. Who knows what might happen - if every praying person would pray for the conversion of Pre- mier Khrusehev. About 30 of the Edgecomb fam- ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cross, Ir. and Mrs. Jr. Johnston are on a fishing trip into Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau, Mrs. Fern Rau attended the annual Chowd- er at West Salem, Saturday - visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk. They stopped in Effingharn on way home to visit Mrs. C. Rau's brother, Dr. Glenn Marsh- all and in Decatur at Mrs. Pearl Nowlin's - two of her sons from the WeSt were here. S. S. attendance almost back to normal though several absent. A special was a vocal duet by Jim and Steve Ruberg. The Y.F. met Sunday evening, a film was shown - "We Are All Brothers." A bouquet of hydrang- ea from Mrs. Ina Brasheafs of Latham. The .pastor, Marion A1- sup and Harold Clark, attended men's meeting at Oakley Tues- day night. Report a splendid time especially enjoyed the singing. Delegates Carol Alsup and Sandra Williams, will go to East Bay Camp, Saturday, to attend Y. F. convention. Warmer Wednesday. A show- er at 6. Thursday P.M. and at 7 o'clock, more rain .and thunders at 2:15 P.M. Saturday really rained at 4:30. Real cool Sunday and Monday. Looks rainy this Tuesday a.m. Cool yet. CORNLAND CHICKEN SUPPER The Ladies of the Cornland Christian Church will hold their annual fried chicken supper in the church basement on Wednes- day, Sept. 13. Serving will be- (9-7) gin at 4:30 pan. _....-------- MEAT SPECIALS! IOME-MADE CHICKEN SALAD lb. 69c (I41CKENS BARBECUED ................. lb. 59c (READY TO EAT) '3BE STEAK .................................... lb. 98c QtStom Slaughter Every Monday and Thursday State License No. 397 By Appointment Only----- BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE 3, E lb l EF .......................................................... 45c l_ I) QUARTER .......................................... lb. 55c -qll" QUARTER ...................................... lb. 39c -- Closed Saturday at Noon --- PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS :- 11MES.NEWS Mmmt  Il AY, IN MEMORIAM Mr. Win. SaUce "In memory of our dad who pass- ed to a higher expression of life August 21, 1931." I think of you often, dear dad Not only just today Great the blessing that was given Tho our hearts are sad Just a privilege and an honor Just to call you "Dad". Daisy, Mac, Charlie. PUBLIC NOTICE Sttate of Ilinois, County of Logan, ss. Applicatioa Under The Illinois Motor Carrier Of Property Act Before the Illinois Commerce Commission Docket No. 21616 MC To Whom It May Concern: The undersigned applicant here- by gives notice to the public that Raymond B. Kirby, Beason, Ill- inois has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission under and by virtue of The Illinois Motor Carrier of Property Act, as amend- ed, an application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Neces- sity as a Common Carrier to transport" the following commodi- ties: Farm products, farm sup- plies, livestock, hay, straw, feed, dry fertilizer, grain, gravel, sand, blocks, bricks, machinery, lum- ber, and cobs within territory or over routes as follows: between points within 25 miles radius of U.S. Post Office, Beason, Illinois, and to transport such commodi- ties to or from such radius and points in Illinois outside of such radius. Applicant row holds no other i Carrier of Property Divlst, . authority to operate as  a motor [ ond Floor, New Stato Office B carrier of property. ]ing, Springfield, Illinois. The initial hearing on the ap-[DATED this 17th day of AU plication will be held at I:30]A.D., 1961. o'clock P M in the offices of the A licant' ..... L" "  . . [ pp s Attorne3 illinOiS t:ommerce :ommlssion at t Grover C. Hoff Springfield, Illinois, on tho 6thllo4 West Main Street day of September, 1961. [ Clinton, Illinois Any further information rel-[Applicant's Name and ative to the application may be [and Principal place of obtained by writing the Illinois[Raymond B. Kirby Commerce Commission, Motor [ Beason, Illinois NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Education of School District No. 32 in the County of Logan, State of Illinois, that a tenta- tive budget for said School District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1961, will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the home of Lowillis Handlin in Lake Fork, Illinois in this school district from and after 12 Noon o'clock, on the 14th day of August, 1961. Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said budget will be held at 7 o'clock P.M.. on the 13th day of September, 1961, at the Lake Fork Community Cons. School Bldg. in this School District No. 32. Dated this 14th day of August 1961. Board of Education of School District No. 32 in the County of Logan, State of Illinois. By LOWILLIS HANDLIN0 Secretary STAHL MOUNT Model HUX.11"I i m,m i