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--TIMES-NEWS (Mount Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, DECEMRP. H 21, 1961 MR. AND MRS. LEONARD GASAWAY AND CHILDREN -- Florence Damarin, Elkhart; Orville, and a son Claude, who died as a small boy. Two other children were born to this union: Mrs. Hazel , Froschauer, Mount Pulaski, and Mrs. Mary Hurley, Lincoln. ROUTE 121 HARD ROAD COMPLETED (Nov. 2, 1933) It is finished! "X" marks the spot where the body was laid, is a favorite ex- planatory note of newspaper re- porters when describing a murd- er through pictures. But, in this case, straw marks the spot where the slab is laid between Mount Pulaski and Lin. coln, denoting the passing of "Detour No. 967875," multiplied by itself. Tuesday saw the completion of the Mt. Pulaski gap, which now makes Route 121 complete from one end to the other. Traffic wiT: probably be allowed on the road the middle of next week. The shoulder work, northwest of Lincoln, is being completed at present. MT. PULASKI MUSICIANS WIN SWEEPSTAKES HONORS (April 11, 1957) Mount Pulaski Township High School&apos;s 72-piece band not only won a first division rating at the district music contest held here Saturday, but won Sweepstakes as well, with 118 points. In win- ning this splendid honor, the band was given a fine assistance by the girls' chorus, which also won a first division rating. dUST TO SAY, ' FOR YOUR FRIENDLY PATRONAGE DURIN6 THE PAST YEAR SPORTS CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drake WOLCOTT GAS & APPLIANCES MERCHANTS PAY STATE 2c [Monday and Tuesday rushi I,Tl SALES TAX FOR JULY [their sales tax reports to the '"" ........ I Director of Finance as a result Mount tlgs ,7 Lle:c)hants aslof the 2% state sale, tax lnll - ' declared constitutional in a de- weft as all other merchants thru. I cisi . _ ,, out the state were ve,, bus,,[ on given Saturday by Circuit "" aiJudge Lawrence E. Stone. -- We'd like to chime in with . many thanks and !:i joy to all ol i:i:: # you whose loyal patronage we iilL i::. .:.>:.\> :, value so highly. MOLL'S GREENHOUSE S in tu pl ]u r ] In dit Inl oli m ag T Wi .'d :h ta he Wl O hz if th th er th l "@: >'+.. i:: i::iiii::iiii ::i:. 9: i II "  a i!i: :ii:ij!iii{ i]]:: : II :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..:::: ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: , I ........ o  f. /I" /I " : :i.: ql 0 ' f . > 1 D  tll ,, >::,z::iiiiiiT.iiii!ii: %7i!!!:ii i?: Our very best wishes to all our friends for rr;3 ; , .1 a happy Holiday. ll-5-i I ! I o I r. oo o d TURNER   ._._..." _- MOTOR <-i '? SERVICE i00'Yi m00y !