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Mount Pulaski, IlL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 Delinquent Tax List - (Continued from page 11) Substitute Teaching: Freda McGee 4.00 Miriam Johnson 155.50 : Mrs. Kenneth Brooker 82.50 Cleda Stoll 217.50 Carolyn Buckles 80.00 Betty Sams 30.00 Mrs. C. Tanner 75.00 Betty Widmer 15.00 Teaching Duties: John West 50.00 Sue Beaver 50.00 Director of Internal Revenue, all em- ployees 14,214.00 Teachers Retirement System 6,363.98 Ill Municipal Retire- ment Fund, Em- and Board 2,073.56 Equipment: Allied School Equip- ment 447.60 Blackwell, Wielandy 319.28 Beckley Cardy Co 283.82 Burstein Appleby Co 67.78 Black and Co 104.94 Emerson Horn 412.15 Fuhr Time and Signal Corp 13.74 Minnesota Tool Co 1.15 Perry Pictures 24.68 Paxton's 170.00 [: Stahl Hardware 149.00 School Music Service 278.05 : Tiny Hill 125.00  Town Wholesale 86.38 R}  IBM Corp . 80.85 ReImtrs and Replemenm: Auburn Foundry, Inc 125.20 , Ray Letterle 678.55 Rothwell Lumber Co 937.27 Rocky Ford Limestone 27.75 Jerry Sams 59.50 Fyt Fytr Sales & Serv. ice 8.50 W F Binder 5.50 Emerson Piano House 21.50 Emerson Horn 1415.74 G M Rogers 70.81 i B M 11.55 Lyons Band Instru- ment Co 131.89 Landholt Upholstery 6.00 Leonard Radion 7.75 Mt Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator 60.39 Mt Pulaski Cleaners 10.00 Simplex Tune Record- er 37.90 Stahl Hardware 38.01 Inc 9.38 Grouuds, Buildings :and Alterations: Everett Koehler, Con- tractor 29,185.33 Emerson Horn 3,197.01 Geo S. Grimmett 340.00 Princip and Interest Bonds: u Harris Trust and Sav-""" :" " ings Bank 22,366.25 American Book Co 63.67 : Beckley Cardy 88.75 Chas E Merril 46.24 : D C Heath Co 173.57 Ginn & Co 8425 {oughton Mifflin Co 16.41 Iohn Winston 69.79 i: J.B. Lippincott Co 12.49 ::: L W Singer Co 56.26 Laidlaw Bros 39.46 Noble and Noble Pbl. Co 95.74 Row Peterson Co 53.71 Scott Foresman Co 407.68 Silver Burdette Co 24.82 The Fideler Co 84.00 W C Heath & Co 18.35 World Book Co 116.48 Warp Publishing Co 95.53 W B Read Co 4.95 Webster Publishing Co. 21.39 and Supplies: Larry Hanner, Princi- pals Assn 12.00 Allied School Equip- ment Co 314.70 Wielandy .248.33 Burstein Appleby Co 9.87 Garret Co 33.99 ital City Paper Co 294.32 ns Sundries 42.83 Dramatics Publishing Co 3.88 Douds Stores 3.30 E Bee Office Supplies 22.78 Federal Surplus Pro- 80.52 G-Srtar Supply Co 6.85 Harcourt 3.60 S Latta & Son .57 Keystone Viek 1.06 Kennedy Super Market 33.85 Lincoln Office Supply Co 5.94 V Service 2.98 Modern Plumbing & : Heating Co 7.02 %etrolxflitan Supply 106.42 National Chemsearch 52.04 Paper Co 136.05 School 20.01 Lumber Co 25.79 hl Bins Hardware 221,53 Sheer Auto Supply Co 4.60 Science Research Assn 37.14 Stock Co 1,67 Denison Co 7.65 Kramer 5.48 Visual Education Con- 12.10 sultants, Ine W B Read Co 14.95 H J Wible Printing Co 118.70 Western Auto Assoc Store 5.95 World Book 25.93 Zaner Bloser Co 155.49 Music Supplies: Ackerman Music Co 50.54 Boston Music Co 2,26 District No 28 848.42 Educational Music Bureau 90.84 Hangers 12.:h 6 Dan McNabb 16.00 Orchestration Selling Service 8.14 School Music Service 26.95 Libraries: American Educational Publishing Co 90.00 Audio Vasual Aids 1.80 Cadmus Books 141.78 Continental Press, Inc 16.90 Chas E. Merril 3.98 Field Enterprises 137.99 FFA Owens 40.00 Follett Publ Co 73.46 Golden Press Inc 39.50 Grade Teacher 17.15 Greystone Corp 2.52 Harr Wagner Pbl. Co 7.61 Illinois Reading Circle 217.44 John Winston Co 4.30 Library Publ Inc 5.50 Lore Distributors 52.15 McGreagor Magazine 69.74 Agency Model Publ & Sch Supply Co 29.70 Modern Talking Pic- ture Serv 8.73 Narcotics Educ Inc 16.39 News Map of Week 19.75 Panorama 13.49 Scholastic Magazine 105.60 Science Research Assn 44.14 School & Lib Publ Co 57.39 Scott Foresman 13.62 Sherer Freight Lines 8.09 Warp Publ Co 4.39 Custodicms and Engineers Salaries: John Curtis 2454.97 Theodore Aderman 3689.31 Gus Luebke 1315.70 Roy Jackson 66.00 Custodian Supplies: A&B Transfer 21.25 Capital City Paper Co 28.79 Churchill Co 459.72 J I Hilcomb 69.79 National Disinfectant Co 23.41 Palmer Co 95.81 Springfield Clean Towel Service 1.73 Springfield Decatur Transfer 3.91 Sherer Freight Lines 4.18 Warren Chemical Co 45.00 Western Chemical Co 284.75 Fuel: Stoll Coal Co 2048.25 Water, Light and Power: Mt Pulaski Water Dept 226.18 Central Ill Electric and Gas Co 2126.86 Insurance: Downing Insurance 1905.95 Patti Moore Insurance 598.61 A W Schaffenacker 212.00 Horace Mann Mutual Ins 348.45 Salaries of Bus Drivers: Harry Milner 2343.49 Robert Keck 2094.88 Don Neaville 15.00 Harold Schueler 17.50 Robert Keck, extra duty 47.80 Licenses and fees for School Busses: Secretary of State 4.00 ReImirs of School Busses. Dick Shull Motor Co 179.75 Fraim Standard Serv- ice 16.00 Hayes Garage 1905.67 International Harvest- er Inc 461.56 Langellier Motor Co 429.34 .7s, Oil and Supplies For Busses: Fraim Standard Serv- ice 260.39 Hahn Skelly Service 198.95 Horn Standard Serv- ice 414.14 Curtis Oil Co 220.00 Browns Service 83.18 Copeland & Hild 5534 District No. 28 15.71 Cruse Service Station 203.56 Turner Service Station 13.60 Mobil Oil Co 242.78 Phillips Petroleum Co 168.62 Medical: Dr Leland Cross, MD 179.50 Dr Robert Hamm, DDS 60.25 Food and Supplies for Lunch Proam: Revolving Fund, lunch 15,152.71 Other Disbursements: Clarence Goodart. Pie- tures 6.00 Mildred Kurtz, Picture frames 18.00 Claus Tanner, summer work 200.00 Chestnut School Dist 10, tuition 511.13 Revolving Fund, ath- leties 816.66 Mt Pulaski Township Park Dist., pool rent- al 1000.00 Total Disbursements $233,32938 Frank Passmore, Treas. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of September 1961. Mary Rowland, Notary Public Logan County, Illinois. Mount Pulaski, Ill. September 13, 196t Mr. Harry Wible Editor of Times-News Mount Pulaski, Ill. Dear Mr. Wible: The Mount Pulaski Township High School Library received the two copies of The Times News Souvenir Edition. We are very proud to have these as part of our historical literature. Thank you so very much. Respectfully yours, Karen King, Secretary-Treasurer. Mount Pulaswi Township High School Library. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATE- MENT OF THE SCHOOL TREASURER For School District No. 202, Logan County, Illinois From July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961 RECEIPTS Educational Building, and Transportattan Funds Balance June 30, 1960 $ 7,305.67 Taxes. County Collector Logan County - . 16,023,26 County Superimenaem of Schools, Distribu- tive Fund 1,631.83 State Transportation Reimbursement 606.72 State and Federal Aid (School Lunch) 625.63 i School Lunch Program Re- ceipts, sale of lunches 1,641.36 Sale of Anticipation War- rants to State Bank of Cornland 3,000.00 Other Receipts-- Insurance paid by pupils 47.00 Book Rentals from pupils 113.10 Total Receipts $30,994.57 DISBURSEMENTS Educattanal, Buildkag and Trcmsportation Funds Office Salaries: Florence Werth $ 90.0 Office Supplies and Ex- penses, Board Expense, Compulsory Attendance Expense: H. J. Wible Printing Co. 42.95 Tommy J. Ford, P.M. 3.60 Gladys Litterly 6.00 Louise Bohn 6.00 Inez Johnson 6.00 Illinois Bell Telephone Co. 57.50 Legal and Accounting Services: Minnie D. Bryson 125.00 Lulu Day Lanham 81.60 Administrators', Principals,' Supervisors', and Teachers' Salaries: Alice Smith Zenobia Zimmermann Odessa Dittus Jessie E. Cherry Director of Internal Reve- nue--withholding taxes of all employees Teachers' Retirement Sys- temTeachers' contri- butions payment Illinois Municipal Retire- men Fund--Retirement payments. Employees and Board 597.71 New Equipment: Allied School Equip- ment Co. 59.40 Waiters 53.50 Springfield Decatur Transfer Co. 9.14 Repairs and Replacements: Fred Johnson 50.00 Patterson Bros. 308.00 Fyr-Fyter Sales & Service 20.10 Textbooks: 73.68 MacMillan Co. John C. Winston Co. 16.66 Silver Burdett Co. F. A. Owen Publish- ing Co. 1.7! Ginn & Co. 41.68 Laidlaw Bros. 1,55 Instructional Materials and Supplies: MacMillan Co. 12.08 Webster Publishing Co. 15.09 McCormick- Mathers Publishing Co. 1231 John Winston .Co. 16.66 Ginn & Co. 657 Coe Book Store 2.67 Ford & Son 18.75 Jefferson Stationers 130 Metropolitan Supply Co. 146.73 Carl Hembreiker Florist 530 Libraries (exclusive of salaries) : Random House 1056 Custodians' and Engineers' Salaries: Henry Litterly 1,287f Custodians' Supplies: Stahl Bros. Fuel: Eddy Coal Co. Water, Light, and Power: Central Ill. Elec. & Gas Co. Insurance: Lulu Day Lanham Horace Mann Mutual Ins. Co. Downing Ins. Agency Salaries of Bus Drivers: Henry Litterly 1,28537 Licenses and Examination Fees of School Buses: Hayes Garage 40.95 Secretary of State 2.00 Gas, Oil, and Supplies for Buses: Fred Bohn Service Station 406.67 Henry Litterly 28.84 Salaries of School Lunch Personnel: Gladys Litterly 853.50 Food and Supplies for Lunch Program: Una Johnson 16 Stahl Bros. 10.67 Patterson Bros. 18.00 Doud's 10.62 Florence Werth 4.82 Zim's Super Market 400.72 Producer's Dairy 74037 Jageman-Bode Co. 406.57 Amrheim's Bakery 79.78 Cox Transit 27.13 Dean Werth 54.90 Mt. Pulaski Food Locker 6.1( Principal and Interest on Anticipation Warrants: State Bank of Corn- land 3,020.6", Other Disbursements: Health: Dr. L. L. Cross 12.00 i Dr. R. N. Hamm 5.95 ] Athletics: I Mr. Pulaski Park  454.00 ] District [ Total Disbursements --$2,_ 257.751 Balance Itme 30. Iml .$ Minnie af'L 68957 Tre . Subscribed and sworn to -- 46.2,5 me this 11th day of Sop w"w 104.62 1961. Louise  Notary .:,. Logan County, OUR APPRECIATION To al who remembered usWi ' cards, gifts and telephone _..d- on the o00a00ion of our ding anniversary on Sate'0 ept. 23, we wish to expresSrl sincere apreciation. MaY, , bless each and every one o . Paul and Ethel I3eil" --scrch Pads at Ttmes-N WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 am. to 8:00 p.laZ. MONDAY -- WEDNESDJ 8:00 am. to 4:00 P- FRIDAY and SATU] AT JACOB BUTTELL ELKHART, ILL. PROTECT YOURSELF .. against higher feed costs. SOOg cattle and dairY FEEDS at HARVEST prices at Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain 527.9o] and Bevcrtor Company 4213.76 2'50z112,00000.14 "BUD FARRAND SAYS" 2,267.201[ ORDER YOUR COAL NoW' "Reduce Your Cost of Living" Fill Your Coal Bin Now ! Place Your Order NOW For SEFrEMBER DELIVERY or Haul Your Coal from Our Bins at a BIG SAVINGS We are. featuring WASHED and OIL.TREATJ) COAL with Top-Rated BTU QuaUty .. 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