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:Memorial B ool00 Given To Library Several Springfield high school ;friends of Miss Louise E. Hager, daughter of the late Mrs. Margar- : et Schick Hager, of Springfield, who died May 18, 1961, establish- eel a memorial fund to be used as the two daughters thought most appropriate. Since Mrs. Hager was born and reared in Mount Pulaski of pio- neer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sehick, she was always affection- ately interested in the city, and the library, which the generosity of her girlhood friend, Mrs. Lorah Muldoon Lipp, made possible. The two daughters decided to use the memorial fund for books to be placed on the memorial shelves in Mount Pulaski Town- llip Library. The other daugh- ter is a librarian in a library at Joplin, Me., and she arranged for - the purchase of the books, the seleCdon of which will appeal to various age and interest groups. The books include the following: :: Beautifully illustrated edition of Hans Christian Anderson's Miscellaneous Shower For Margaret Washbond Miss Margaret Washbond, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. George Washbond of rural route Lincoln, IlL, was honored with a variety shower in the basement of SL John's Church on Saturday even-i ing. Miss Bonnie Prather delight- ed the guests with her songs and Floann Lynch entertained with a piano solo. Miss Washbond opened her many lovely gifts which had been placed in a large wishing well. Small wishing wells were also used on the tables which were decorated with red and white flowers. Cake and ice cream were serv- ed to 30 guests. Tiny silver pails were filled with mints for favors. Hostesses for the evening were: Mrs. Don Boyd of Beason; Miss Georgia Washbond of rural Lin- coin; Mrs. Frank Van Fossan, and Mrs. Ray Lynch of Mt. Pulaski. NOKOMIS MAN KILLED BY PASSENGER TRAIN Michael James Pavolka, 53, re- tired coal miner of Nokomis, Ill., Fairy Tales. who was recently discharged Rip Van Winkle. from the Alton State Hospital, The Man Without a Country. was killed at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, L For general reference, indexed Aug. 29, 1961, when he stepped in copy of the American College [ front of a New York Central pass- Dictionary. The Worldmark Encyclopedia of Nations. Because of Mrs. Hayer's great : interest in cooking, the Ladies' Home Journal Cook Book, was for the collection. Two books were added by John ott, a publishing company re- tatlve, as follows: Grandfather Stories, by Sam-  Hopkins Adams. :A limited edition of the poems Max Brand. Beeause Mrs. Hager especially ettyed the writings of John ]tferan, this author's books, "An Itttreduetion to Nature -- Birds, Weeds, FlOwers and Trees -- has n added to the collection. Thursday, Aug. 24, Miss Idutse E. Hager came to present books to the Public library. :She was accompanied by Miss Marguerite Zimmerman, librar- ian at Springfield high school, 'and Mrs. William Russel, also of Springfield, a former pupil and assistant of Miss Hager. The local librarian, Miss Flor- Wynd, was contacted and she :welcomed the ladies to the iibrary and showed them the wonderful setup the library now has. The visitors greatly appreci- ated their visit to the library and hospitality they received and were glad the books have been eontributed to a great and worthy The Mount Pulaski people will appreciate these gifts. DAYS CELEBRATED NEW BERLIN. SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Huffaker of New Berlin, entertainment rel- : atives on Sunday, Sept. 3, in hen- of the 13th birthday annivers- ary of their daughter, Stephanie. the evening supper was sew- eel buffet style. Other birthdays in September and also i celebrated were those of, Edward Schmth, Sept. 6; Mrs. Schmth, Sept. 12; Freder- Schneider, Sept. 18. : Those attending the celebration Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sehroth and son Meyer, of Chest- nut; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huffaker MAN, 53, DIED SUDDENLY Harry Nordyke, 53, Elkhart, Ill., manager of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Store in Springfield, was pro- nounced dead on arrival at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos- in Lincoln, Sunday, Sept. 3, at 11:15 a.m. Decedent was born in Grand Mich., and had been a t of Elkhart the past 11 Surviving are his wife, Jean; :three children, Barry Nordyke of Chtcago; Thomas Nordyke of ElkhLrt, and Mm. Ivan Grussing of Elkhart. Funeral services were held in the Elkhart Methodist church at 2  Wednesday, Sept. 6. Burial was made in the Elkhart ceme. j enger train near Nokomis. J. F. Foley of Mattoon, engineer on the train, said he saw the man come from out of the weeds, walk onto the track and squat down as the train was about 100 feet away. Pavolka leaves four sons, all of Nokomis; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Louis of Mt. Pulaski; four sisters and two brothers. FAMILY REUNIONS The 24th annual Gehlbach re- union will be held Sunday, Sept. 10, with a basket dinner at noon. net, at the Lincoln Memorial Park in Lincoln. The John Maxheimer reunion will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center, Sunday, Sept. 10, with a basket dinnera at noon. pated in Edinburg's Labor Day parade" Monday morning, besides the Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band and their float, were members of the Riding Club, A. W. Schaffe- necker, Sandra Stoll, Dean Gates as Chief Little Deer, Mrs. Leslie DePoister, Kenneth Durst and Bonnie Prather. I part of Mount Pulaski, excepting I Pawnbroker: A man Mountfii PulaskianSln I nrth and south sides. [money is the Par --pared [two strips of land _ff the full [ quality, only Edinburg Parade Mount Pulaskians who partici- AUTO FINANCING Russell Curtis was there in his Antique Model T Ford Sedan. All o'f the above except the band went to Lincoln to be in their parade at 3 p.m. After the parade in Edinburg, the Kitchen Band float parked in front of the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. SchotL where mem- bers gave a concert for the direct- or's parents. The Schotts then served the band members and, their husband's coffee. The band members were guests of the Edinburg parade commit- tee for dinner and enjoyed cat- fish and fried chicken, in the aft- ernoon they played for an hour in the new Community Building at the park. A free will collection was taken and presented to the kitchen band, and the appreci- ative listeners dipped into their urses to the sum of $36.50. These ladies have traveled near and far entertaining various groups and participating in par- ades. All are very grateful to Edinburg for the splendid recep- tion they received. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Geneva M. and Charles Leroy Aylesworth, Sr., city of Mt. Pul- aski, to Louise Christine Dunn and Loy Ray Dunn, city of Mt. Pulaski, 40 ft. off the full north end of lot 7, in block 2, in Beam's Addition to the original town, now city of Mt. Pulaski. Gladys and George F. Gielow, et el, to Glenn V. and Shirley J. HeRon, Mt. Pulaski, block 1 in R. E. Turley's 2rid Addition to the village of Mount Pulaski now a A BIG BANDANA HANDKERCHIEF Overall, Shirt, Pants, Jacket, Coverall or Jean ! See/rig is beng, so, see for rotm what fiae nmter/als tad mperb workmanship there tee ia aay Oshkosh B'gosh work garment. Learn why dhey're $o mlalgly wi W t fat So mue4k bem am:l don't mba'ink o o fL Yo rewaed wm be 8,e b'aIorf.ol baa #am above and we hand it ri OtP-4O COn--no  Come in tod m NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH M.F.A. INSURANCE 0 AT BANK RATES H m M# WITH CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE GENE B. 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