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/i11 deaV0t AUS11N NEWS i ' RTHottSe TTwood Y. Our mistake. Win. Raus' oned in Missouri--not in 0Vin. !,  I - Rau reunion was on Sun- Aug. 20. The Lakin reunion ; nt.  Y, Aug. 27. ]el Southerns were Mr. and erbert Burwell, son Billy, is. Dick Burwell, all of all. k ield. I .tcia Heft left Friday for [ITS IL. Where she will teach in m I lligh school. She did not J at Streator for the theatrical I ' but with girl friend from i .T ,nd I k._, drove to New York to visit vice . ! ta Kubulnieki" Latter at" " Austin school when a shipCitb i  girl. i -News sidetracked---did- ] ).$ae until Monday. Maroa I L " didn't get here yet Mon- I _Sture missed them. (Publish-  Were cavorting around be. ,_ they got to Latham.* Left --" Thuay night`) ,   ssa Gray of Maroa, sis- ['",al. , Rena Fazellthey now ident = ! inDecatur at 2229 Grand" 7- tta Drive, Home Park Ave., and ski and three children of :g daughter, Mrs. Mary Wy- . urch, Va., called on HAK afternoon. heldi5  " Tlen who helped on Rev. DUtton's new house at Say- I   and families went Wed- for a picnic supper. Pres- i  re Arthur Galloway, Mr.   Clarence Rau, the Mar- ; md_  RipS, Win. Raus, Harold Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fer- 1I YOOI"BkI. CAPTAIN, Taelfle Cry Brown of Moli, here with Coach Pete ElUott, is not related to  year's leader. Brown of Mendota. But he is the same type of rugged, hard-hltting tFt and will be another captain who will sct an exsmple for " on the field. "The ]Fighting Ilunr' will be playing o of their finest home schedules In years, opening with defending Rose Bowl champion Washington Sept. 30. other games in Memorial Sta- dlum: Oct. 7, Northwestern; Oct. 21, Minnesota (Homecoming); Nov. 4, = k.rr:.arrd Mrs..Jas. Fink of Purdue; NOV. 11, MJclxtg (Dad's and "1  Men's Dsys). !  napel, Mr. and Mrs. Ted = ._____" .__ ! 2' new garage ...... i----,-;- ..... n , ............ BELTS ! .. SUnday is Promotion Day Le?l"er pox I FOR MOTORISTS | ., $ S picnic is set for Sept. -:--- ................................ --I !/xa. Marion Alsup and Jack a140 E Waverlv St I Summer months---with several ! ,'.. to see about place, etc. - Turn AriT.na!holidays--mcan a lot of travel- I  -a.a Rau, in place of San- r x# Wible" ' ling for you and your loved ones. 'mares and Carol Aisup ............ I  the YF convention at We have enjoyed your special Heavy traffic usually results in | i Y Camn Sturdav and edition very much, as no doubt an increased number of accidents l'aY Rev %,,-' * them thousands of others have You [Seat belts are your best insur- | O'  Ra,, w,nt f,r them did a free job. lance against injury and possible B I .11 o--uthe'.-re'nhe'l " a The John Suedmeiers. death in case of an accident. I .lUber for . S  IDT I Contrary to popular belief, seat $ t[IC " SISTER OF CARL SCI . v  i,_ meets Thursday mght ,,,., T TV'Pf'I [belts are important when tra el- --"qr Ch on "" "" .... mS i .q apel and at Harm y / ing at low speeds. Remember I. ,W night. Mrs. Augusta C. Steele of 1016 that most accidents occur within i la...le fleet view of the moon' Clinton street Lincoln, died at 25 miles of home Whether you're i | .:iday night. Saw Echo 12:25 p. m., Monday, August 28 planning a long trip or just mak- 1.'l-"e fog Thursday ana in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln.  ....... h, viit buckle your II it.-rfl W - " ....  ...... " -" - " |  _ . Cooler then arm Among her survsvors Is a broth- .^,. A. **.^ *,,.,o fe*,, | , _ day and Monday. er Carl Schrnldt, of Mount Pu- .......... gal'de Council aaan, ][ you aon  nave |  . n put in at parsonage lski Services were held at 1:30 | L_R. Soon after new pas- this Thursday in the Fricke Me- a belt to buckles, buy otto. |  Wilbur Rau plowed a modal Home, b, incoln, the Rev. . | eetPatch. Pastor planted it Arthur E. Neitzel, officiating. Thrift: An excellent virtue, es- | / 0%1, beans and flowers. Burial was in Zion cemetery. ,ecially in an ancestor. ]   dry thateameit never came -----v ! l _ rains and how it holds off---a I J.s. Fink spent their vacation | 'q to Colorado. Chancy |  their chores. hereby given that a and Appropria- tor Road Pur- Fork Township, in of Logan, State of the fiscal year be. 5, 1961, and end- 1962, will be on file TIMId-NEWS, Mmmt Pulm Ill., THU1LqDAY, AUGUST 31, ANNUAL MEETING OF HB AND HOME EC ON SEPT. II County homemakers will be ob- serving the :lSth Annual Meeting of Home Bureau and Home Eco- nomics Extension in Logan coun- ty on Monday, Sept. 11 at the First Methodist Church in "Lin- coln. Regiscration will be at 9:30 a.m. and the program will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Jesse R. Johns, President of the Logan County Home Bureau, will pre- side. The morning session will be devoted to business, including re- ports of various officers and com- mittees, adopting the 1961-62 budgets, and election of officers for Home Bureau for the coming year. Mrs. Francis Wilson, chair- man of the County Home Eco- nomics Council, will report on Extension work in the county the past year. Homemakers will also have an opportunity to meet their new home adviser, Miss Gene- vieve Gentes, when she gives her report. The noon luncheon will be serv. ed by the ladies of the church. Reservations are $125 each for this luncheon. Paid reservations may be made with the unit chairmen or directly at the coun- ty office. Deadline for reserva- tions is Wednesday, Sept. 6. Tho afternoon program will be called to order at 1:15 p.m. The highlight of this program 'will be the featured speaker, Mrs. Paul Simon, of Troy, Ill. who serv. ed as Representative of the 7th District in the State Legislature. All homemakers will benefit very 1961 and ending July 31, Be it ordained by the Board Park Commissioners of the Mmmt / Pulaski Township Park Logan County, State of Illl Section I. That the sums or as much thereof as  ( be authorized by law be and :: same are hereby appropriated the fiscal year beginning 1, 1961 and ending July 31, for all corporate purposes of the said Mount Pulaski Park District as follows: ...... I. Adminlstxative-- Postage, Printing, Sta- tionery, Supplies $ Telephone, telegraph Insurance Secretary- treasurer : salary Social Security 2. New Equipment Permanent Improve- men Salaries of Recreation Supervisor and Assts. Eelctricity and water Recreation Activities Repairs Fuel Maintenance and sup- plies Park Main Labor $2,500;00 1,00050 2,000.00 i 3. Mt:ellemeot C.eem $. pense--- Rent $ Miscellaneous State Park Membership Dues much by hearing her address. In addition to Mrs. Simon's address, $ there will be some musical num- bers on the program. Attendance Grand Total award will be given again this l Amunt to be Included year. in Tax Levy 10 Section 2. This ordinance be in full effect and force and after its passage acem'd NOTE OF THMKS My sincere thanks to all mY to law. friends and neighbors for remem-Passed August 20, 196L bering me with cards, visits and i . . ,Published August 31, 1961. flowers while I was a patient in I the ALM hospital, and since re-] Dorothy L. Hanslow, turning home. I Secretary-Treasure# Mrs. Lettio Hahn , Thanks to all who remembered :!! me with cards, visits and flowers ] I l S U R, l C - while I was a recent surgical pa- tient at AML hospital" They were ] 1. all sincerely appreciated. ge Lueille Cooper i w. An Ordinance making appro- I Dial SW 2-,. [ priations for all corporate pur- l Corner Cook & Springs Sl , [ poses of the Mount Pulaski Township Park District for the fiscal year beginning August - ava*able to !i at Cle,00's II after 9:00 o'clock A.M. II DO YOU HAVE A RETRACTABLE CORD 1961. v ' further hereby g" en[[ YOUR CAR'S IN GOOD HANDS ON YOUR TELEPHONE ? blie hearing on saidli 'd Appropriation Or-|: WHEN YOU BRING IT HERE ! Why not have the convenience of one at a very small cost. They are available in several 'ill be held at 2:0011 p linance will be taken ] [ r different lengths. I in this Lake Fork i| YOU always feel satisfied that your car is getting and that final action IJ TELEPHONES IN COLOR .... dinance will be taken |i the best of care when you bring it to us. We not :tghway Commissioner I| only have the equipmeut but the "know how" to g to be held at Town [[ make any necessary repair quickly and properly, to match or contrast in your decorating scheme, P. M, Sept. 5, 1961. [J Available in 12 decorator colors. ,* ' tt.O "HOWE, SR. II BRING your car in for a check-up today, and We will mail you, upon request, a descriRtive fold. t,,, ghway Commissioner |1 drive out confident that you are getting max[- er showing the telephones in actual color. Just 4}WARD SHEEHAN, il mum performance, and that every safety feature call our Business Office. Town Clerk. is working to protect you. a Classified Ad. MERRIMAN out OF ray crrY PIST OF OCTOBER HAYES GARAGE Phone S W 2.5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL Mount Pulaski Telephone Company