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BUCKERT THURSDAYI m cmCAGO kmhardt Buckert, better to his friends as "Ben", o lived with his daughter, Mrs. ph Doud, South Garden St., Pulaski, Ill., died in her home It 9:10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19, 1,%'1. He was aged 82 years, 2 ths and 7 days. His health been failing for many mon- and at times he had receivea ital care. Decedent was born in Germany ug. 12, 1875. In his early years came to the United States and ted in Chicago where on Oct. 1899, he married Louise letke. She preceded him in th Dec. 18, 1944. Mr. Buckert lived at 1939 Cuyler Ave, in Chicago. Seventeen years he came to Atlanta to make home with his daughter, Mrs. I)OUd, and five years ago came With her to Mount Pulaski. L He was a member of St. John's Utheran Church in Mt. Pulaski. la Chicago he belonged to Con- ttellation Lodge No. 892, A.F. & AM, and Fort Dearborn Chap- No. 245, Royal Arch Masons. Surviving him are one daugh- ter, Mrs. Joseph (Lauretta) Doud Mt. Pulaski and one sister, Bertha Beeker of Chicago. lhmeral services were held at p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in the aehahl Funeral Home, conaue[- I by the Rev. Ray O. ZumStein, lr of the St. John's Lutheran Church. Appropriate organ music Was rendered by Mrs. J. H. Stuart. he services were attended by kVeral Masonic members and friends. Frly Saturday morning the - were taken to Acacia FarK Cemetery in Chicago for inter- ,lent at i p.m. Masonic mem- there acted as pallbearers. REMN GO TO tATE CoON llliThe annual convention of the nois State Firemen's Associ- was held in Peoria on Mon- Tuesday and Wednesday, 23,24,25. Attending from the Phoenix Department of Mount Pul- were: Frederick ,Lipp, chief; VanHook, Fred Holmes and Schultz. Mrs. Holmes was with her hus- Monday, and in the evening visited in East Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee. Lipp has a collection O f el the State Firemen's As. conventions dating back 1890, and of other firemen's since that time, which the State Firemen's which the Mount firemen took such and part in the 1890's. He took badges to the convention him, and they proved to be at attraction. ON MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert H. Schahl Thursday, Oct. 19 for Minne- Mins. to attend the BOth convention of the Na- Funeral Directors Am'n, in the Radimon Hotel. Oe featurl pekers was Wal- Cronki*.e. The  U#ay of funeral rViee suppI[ and equipment r asembled at a national con. Vention was made this year, the .OWin, takin vlace at the itMinaolis Municipal Auditor- | Mr. and Mrs. Schahl are return- 11[ home this Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis, Sr., in their ear recently to spend winter in Mesa, Arizona. USE ROTHWELL'S RE)I.MIX CONCRETE SAVES Time -  - Money Phone 2-3260 ALM BAZAAR IS PLANNED FOR NOV. AT LINCOI Mrs. Richard Baker, chairman of the Mary Todd Unit of Chest- nut, attended the regular month- ly board meeting of the ALM hospital auxiliar on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21 and assisted with plans for the bazaar to be held Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Woman's Club Building in Lin- coln. Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich and two workers will assist. Mrs. Galen Shirley, the bazaar chairman, announce that all ba- zaar articles are to be taken to the west room of the building by 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18th. Bakery goods can be brought in on each of the days. Units may mark their own articles before they are brought, if they so desire. On Friday the bazaar will open at 4' p.m. and close at 9 p.m. On Saturday the hours will be from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Mary Todd Unit will work on Saturday. Workers names should be sent to Mrs. Shirley a week before the bazaar. Uniforms should be worn. Saturday workers will clean up and pack the unsold articles which will be taken to the gift shop at the hospital, to be sold. The grand opening of the "Pink Shutters" Thrift Shop will open Nov. 30th. The shop is located on the comer of Pulaski St. at #629. Units having articles for the new shop are to bring them on Thursday, Nov. 20th. Articles stil needed to equip the shop are: broom, wet mop, bowl brush and container, sponges, chamois, step-stool, two large an d small waste baskets, large g.aro.-. age can, two small ools, a I cups and dispenser, lUll tengn mirror, clothes tree, childrens and adults clothes hangers, three kitchen chairs, drop-leaf table, a vanity mirror to put on vanity or table, desk lamp, electric iron and ironing board. Anyone hav- ing these articles please contact chairman of the various units and they will pick them up. These articles are needed as soon as And Community News By ]dam.  G. Howe, St. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Black of Logan, Iowa, have been visiting Mrs. Flora Rager in Latham. The women are sisters. Mrs. Flora Rager visited re- cently in Granite City with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. "Hap" Garvin and Sancy. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kimery, Diane and Anna Marie, of Neoga, and Mrs. Julia Cole of Mattoon, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fellows, near Lathan Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Sr, were dinner guests of Mrs. For- rest Cox in Decatur Sunday. Mrs. H. A. Trimby and children were also guests. Mrs. Trimby is a daughter of Mrs. Cox and dau- ghter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Howe's and the children are their grandchildren. Latham Home Bureau unit will have a Craft Day in the home of Mrs. Henry Hall - Christmas Ideas will be exchanged. A sack lunch will be held at the noon luncheon Oct. 25th. Members of Latham Home Bu- i reau will go to Chestnut Oct. 26 to the Legion Hall where there i will be an exhibit Christmas by the yal. Children of the Latham Metho. dist Church up through inter- mediate grades, will have a UNICEF solicitation Sunday, Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. They will be accomp- anied either by Sunday School teachers, or, their parents. There will be refreshments served in the church basement afterwards. Mrs. John Scheetz is recovering at her home from an auto acci- dent in which she sustained in- juries in Texarkana, Texas. Mrs. John Kiick, Sr. was guest organist in the Latham Meth dist church on Sunday: We extend our deepest sympa- thy to the Reiterman family in the loss of their father and hus- band. Harold Brock will be soloist "Sunday, Oct. 29th, in the Latham Methodist Church. The title of his song will be "How Great Thou Art". 80 CRIPPLED CHILDREN IN ST. CLARA'S CLINIC Mrs. Irma Potter, Lincoln, Lo- gan county nurse, reported Fri- day, Oct. 20, that there were a total of 80 cases at the Crippled Children's Clinic on Thursday at St. Clara's Hospital in Lincoln. Of this number there were 27 REAl. ESTATE TRANSFERS John D. Biesemeier, Mr. Pulaski, ;xecutor of the last will and testament of Claude Hamblin, county of Logan, to Everett and Helen F. Warner, Chester town- ship, north 60 acres of e.a half of northeast quarter, seenon , Township 19 north and range 2. j  ,., _-A Mar-aret E Mar- new eases and 53 old ones. The onn W. ttu , " ........ -oki to Ray-exmmining physician was Dr. tin city oI mL ru,- ........ mond and Verna Gee, city of ML Paul .LX)nsigny OZ veona. Pulaski part of block II, inl -. - ,' - - --d-"tion to Mt  nt r -t-,1 Shield s & capps A m I - laski " I We wish to thank our friends t'ul- and Audrey A. Grimes, land relatives for cards, gifts and Villae'of Chestnut, .to Wilso, nl letrs, while we we_in the Me- Rademaker, county o_[ .Logan, ,Ol morlal hospital, at Plglatlter . ,.,^. n nri,inal town Oil avian, wuoa t.   and Infant son. Chestnu INSURANCE Of Every Descdpfion Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lae-tenmy er, Agent PHONE 7-5113 MOUNT PULASKL ILL. INFORMATION FOR A LITTLE DEAF VITAL FOLKS If you have a minor hearing problem it will pay you to read 'q'rue About Hearing". This authoritative booklet discusses the uestions and problems of under.par hearing in a frank and inform- ative manner, and could contain the all.improtant answer to your nroblem If you are having trouble hearing; if you make embarr- . ,," ..... " ou hear but do not understand, by assmg hearing mistakes , ff Y all means read "True Face About Hearing". A FREE copy, sent In a plain wrapper, is yours for the asking. Write "Hearing," Box 1415, Dept. 1045, prla, mYmois, todd. The lnformatioa you gain from this booklet could change your whole life. The Weaher Last Thursda had a high tem- perature reading of 45. Sprinkles of rain were noted from time to time during afternoon with light rain falling several hours during the late evening. Friday dawned with about a 40 degree temperature, not as low as predicted (which was around 2"/). Was cloudy and windy. High 48 . Saturday was another dark morning with heavy fog. Wind was quiet for a time. Sky cloudy. Temperature reach about 45. Sunday had a 45 degree tem- perature for a starter. Heavy fog which did not leave all day, Just got a little lighter. High ther- mometer reading around 50. Monday was foggy. Tempera- ture went from 45 to slightly a- bove 50 degrees. Light rain In A. M. Afternoon was very dark, birds went to roost, cars had lights on. Fog moved back into the area. Rain begon. A dreary day. Tuesday - another cloudy day after a clear morning. Windy and rainy. Temperature was in mid- dle 40's and reached about 56 for the daily high. While weather re. ports were for clearing and cold- er; neither took place. Would you believe it? Thunder lightning and rain last nht  This Wednesday morning a48 de- gree temperature, cloud, rather' windy. Sun came out by 9 when the sky cleared. Tire nice day for some time, d was a beauty. Temperature was a beauty. Reached about This Thursday morning was & little different than pat day. A mid-30's temperature, frct clear, sunny morning. Winter again trying to take over. U. S. Navy Here On The U. S. Navy ice in Springfield, that L. D. Styron, ABHI cal Navy Recruiter will be Pulaski every Wednesday, to 12:45 p.m. to select young for enlistment in the U. Navy, The Navy Recruiter will be cated at the Post Office. Men listing prior to Nov. 15, be granted leave over the Chr- mas Holidays so that spend the holidays at their family and friends. more information on the U. S, Navy stop in at the Pot and have a talk with your Recruiter. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND REFORMATION RALLY MT. PULASKI GRADE SCHOOL GYM " SUNDAY, OCT. 29 - 2:30 SPEAKER: Dr. George J. Beto, President of Con. cordia Seminary, Springfield. IlL Chorale Selections: County Children's Chor CANTATA, "Una Sancta" - County Adult Cho i ZION Ltneom Sponsored by LUTHERAN CHURCH Xt Pukt Chesut New remand % r t. LiHIe or Bi 9 AccounCs . . They All Coun With Us l" Every account, regardless of size, is welcome here.., gets the same careful commands the same helpful, friendly service. aim: to make banking here a pleasure ! ..... Little, but oh my, how these savings started for youngsters do grow.., all tl of course, because of our interest, currently at THE FARMERS BANK Memb retinal Depom tmuranco CorpomU Mr. PULASKI, ILL. / I II Iiiii11