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OCTOBER 16, 1941 THE MOUN PULASHI TIMES-NEW. MOIYN'r PULAKL ILLINOI ]PAGE BOHAN, tual care of the Curphey fam- ily lot and general maintenance of DIES the cemetery; $500 to the Holy THE 01 "   Cross cemetery at Lincoln for gen- " Bohan, one of the best era]. maintenance purpose and $1,- residents f Elkhart' died 500 t  friend' Edward Barry fElkhart. ,'//'YI  Clara's hospital, Lincoln, The balance of the estate is to i I _t   : a. m., Thursday, October be divided between two cousins: ,, agedover 73 years. He JohnCurphey of Beason and Hen- I r4--. -' f " 'f Q ...,P' a hospital patient Sept- ry B. Curphey of Cornland or des- ...- '- ?   " ?. ((|xCC c endants. The property is to be . _. "  '. EVERYBODY IS BUYING ........  "'--h"---------- l, \\; Bohan was born April 4, sold.held in trust for two years, then / 7\\; ( " jL Elkhart, a son of James I --- -4/--J L citizen of that town. *, a,^:e.  - "  ,  the late summer his new ,. . z )k_ ),I completed, but becom- Shrine, the o he never got to occupy it. Logan County  PROCTI:R  AMBLE..'. had for many years Courthouse, (inl farm manager for Miss 1848-1854)inthe TOILET SOAPS BAR LAUNDRY SOAPS * PACKAGe SOAPS mett. Mr. Bohan took Mount Pulaski 0 CTO BE R 17 interest in things pertain- public square, " 18 schools. When the Elk- has been visited High school dis_ by another, Was formed in 1920, he was its most ardent supporters, served as a member of of directors continuous- civic matters as well as he was also active, and called on to preside at banquets. are three second- as follows: Carl Curphey, Mrs. J. C. Cassity, Texas; Mrs. Virgil Beason. body was removed to the funeral home, Lincoln. services were held at m. Saturday, October 11, Patrick's Catholic church, conducted by Rev. J. W. Burial was in Elkhart and Schools +o by Bohan Will Will of the late Patrick Bo- ot Elkhart, who died last Was filed in tl Logan coun- in Lincoln Tuesday after- October 14.The fill disposes y $25,000, includ- to schools, churches, cemeteries, benevolent friends and rela- Dee of Elkhart was by the will as executor. Keays, now deceased, was along with Dee in ue serve as executor. of $1,000 was left the Community High school the annual income for prizes to encourage grade of scholarship. A of $500 was also left to the income to be used of athletics in was for many years a of the board of education Community H i g n No. 406. The Elk- district No. 64 was the income to be used a better' grade of of $1,000 was made Catholic church of to the pastor of the church of Elkhart; the Christian church of $500 to St. Clara's hos- $500 to tl Evangelical hospital of Lincoln; the Lefira Parka GiI1- free public library $500 to Lincoln lodge B. P. O. Elks, of which was a member; $130o cemetery, $800 of which tlsed for the construction fence around the and $500 for the per- of interested per The Abraham Lincoln Memorial t sons, coming from coast to coast. Those registering at the historic old structure since Wedneday, October 8, were as follows: Oak, Nebr.--Mrs. Ben Scroggin, IMr. and Mrs. Leonard K. Scrog- gin. Summit, New Jersey--Doris E. Schumacher. Baker, Mirm.---William A. Wil- son, George H. Maruston. Los Angeles, Calif. -- W. H. Craw-ford. %raterville, Ohio--Fred G. Bale. Meriden, Conn.--Mr. and Mrs. tester Salk_a, Mrs. Herman Bock, Mrs. Eva D. Morse. From Illinois Chicago--Mr. and Mrs. I T. McKiernan, E. S. Peterson, Abe Yergin, M. Bragin. Decatur--V. E. Litz, Fred M. Stout, Mrs. W. E. Greenwalt, Mino Greenwalt. Ellisville--Mrs. Ellen Knott. Fairview--Rev. and Mrs. Will- iam N. King. Berwyn--Florence Krueger. !Bloomington--Mrs. Stella Don- ovan, Edward J. Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Kalahar. Champaign--Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin E. Volle, Merna Volle. Lincoln--Mrs. Frances Field, J. D. Field. PetersburgMr. and Mrs, F. E. Beekrnan. Spffmgfield--Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Georg, Mrs. Alf Johnson. Downers Grove--Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Meskody. Peoria--Mrs. Mary Yaucl Chestnut--Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Yauch, Miss Clarice Yauch. Mount Pulaski -- Henry J. Kautz, Jr., Robert Shanle, I)enzel Erlenbush, Mable Krueger, Vivian RentmeLster, Neta Lindsay, Mar- ilyn Manes, Miss Winifred terle and Harry B. Capps. The great Aurora just a stratO- sphere ,strlp-tease-' Lots of queer Ideas about what makes the spec. taenlar Northern Light, but they are only the sun tearing the clothes off of atmospheric atom males over our heads. Don't iss this popular . science article, in American Weekly, the nmg zinc distributed with next week's Sunday Chicago Herald-Amerlcn. ,%"aught in the Draft" with Bob Hope at Mount Pulaski The- atre, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. CONSTIPATED? e, hlla, cbe,  ., .... ,___ fmr gentle but .k bavm CON'OLLEY DRUG CO. HERBERT LENZ & FOOD CENTEI00[ HONE 166 WE DELIVEI Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician WARD DELUX FLOUR 24-1bs. 95c WARD ROSE PUMPKIN No. 21/2 can 2 19c WARD ROSE RED BEANS No. 2 cans 3 2C Smitty's CHILLI with beans No. 2 cans 3.C 2 No. 21/2 cans 47c MEXENA CHILLI POWDER 2 Regular cans 25c Li RED CHILLI BEANS 4 LBS. 27c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 21c LIBBY'S DILL PICKLES t-qt. iar 18c WARD ROSE JELLY I-lb. glass 13c i ,i STOKELY'S Cranberry SAUCE No. I can lSC r-LGER'S COFFEE 1-LB. can 33c OXYDOL ' large 21c ' small 9c ' ,INII'!iO00 ( 3 Irge hers 2SC CLEAN QUICK lrge pkg. C small pkg. 2 3,1C The Soap of Beautiful Womeu , reg. bars 28c iiii i MORTON'S SALT lod;d or Pi|n 2 boxes 15c i WARD ROSE TOMATO JUICE No. 5 can 17c DROMEDARY DATE NUT BREAD Reedy to Serve 2 regular cans 29c i I i i Choice Roast Beef 23c I Lean Pork Roast (Butts) ........ 28c Pork Chops ..... 29c Sliced Bacon (l-lb. layer) .... 32c , Picnic Hams ..... 27c Picjs Feet (qt. jar.) 27c Corned Beef 12-oz. can .... 125c Fresh Oysters, pint 35c FRESH FISH THURSDAY AND FRIDAY DRESSED FRYING CHICKENS SATURDAY P&G00SOAP 6 large bars 25c O.K. SOAP 6 large bars 25c m.i r S Regular pkg. 21c FLEECY WHITE ' 2 querfs25c AMMONIA 2 quarfs 25c I ) SEALEX TISSUE 6 Regular Rolls 25c HARD WOOD ROUND TOOTH PICKS 2 pkgs. 9c MALTA MEAL with beautiful shell dish Bofh for 25c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 regular cans lSC ,,,Jmmmmm GOOD LUCK SALAD DRESSING 1 full quarf 29c m SURE GOOD APPLE BUTTER 2 full quar+s 25c Broadway Lincoln, I!1. Phone 1062