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TI]DAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1951 THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES - NEWS. MOUNT PULASXL ILLINOIS ........   ............ PAGE $I#KN GEORGE E. NICKOLS DIED SUDDENLY George Elva Nichols of Auburn. I!l., younger brother of D. F. ichols, Lincoln. died suddenly TUesday Jan 30 at 7:15 a.m. .from a&apos;heart attack, while back- mg his ear from the garage. Decedent was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols Sr. who years ago farmed in Mount Pu- laski vicinity nd later lived in the city. At "this time he attend- ed Mount Pulaski high school and Lincoln College, and then taught school a few years. One of his positions was principal of the Cornland school. Mr. Nickels had been employ. ed for a number of years in the coal industry, and was with the Peabodv Coal Co., at Auburn. He is'survived by his wife; and one son John, of Los Angeles. Cal. A brother. D. P. Nickels. Lincoln and two grandchildren. Funeral ;erviees were set at 1 p.m. this Thursctay in the Van- ell funeral home in Springfield. Burial was in the Auburn ceme- ry. i ORMER MOUNT PULASKIAN ARRIED IN KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. Crofton Wilham f Walshville. Ill.. formerly of ount Pulaski vicinity, announce l e marriage of thei daughter. I j enrietta Joy to Albert Weldont jewell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert i ewell, of HardyvilIe Kv. The Wedding took place in Hardyville on Saturday, Jan. 6. 1951. the single ring ceremony being per- formed bv Judge Roy A. Cann. Attendan{s were the groom's par- ents. The bride wore a deep blue taffeta dress, with plain bodice and full skirt with black acces- SOries. The newlyweds are making their home in Kentucky. The bride has many friends in :M_Ount Pulaski. Bptler. Coffeen, rilllsboro and Walshville corn- rnunities. Phone Us Your News! I I i IT'S GOOD I TRY SOME TODAY Nothing Better t Than Good Food, Says Ohio Man foodsa man isn't able  eat the he likes he's in mighty rry shape--imagine going Ough life without being able enjoy a fine big platter of con and eggs That is the way JOseph N Da-" _.tiller '14 E. th Street Day. ton, Ohio, used be, but since ae has been t-a- "ng HADA- yOL, he says feels just e and is able t?__ enjoy lots <ud lots of fine IWcls Mr Da- illot found that taking HADACOL helped h Ystem overcome a deficiency oz Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin andiron. Here is Mr. Darnillot's state- cnt: "My first bottle of HAD- OL convinced me that HAD- LkCOL was what I needed for the gu..On stomach at nights. I my a not keep food on my stom- tte, but after the first bottle " WILL CELEBRATE 60TH FAMILY GATHERING v a Y Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing twEDDINGG ANNI ER$ R :entertained a group of relatives Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maxheim- on Sunday. Jan. 28, at their rural er, well known residents of Mt. home northwest of the city. The l Pulaski, will celebrate their 60th following were present:. :wedding anmversary, Sunday, Detroit, Mich.: Mrs. Eloise C. Toole, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bielas. Mrs. Wanda Peppenhorst and daughter. Judy. D,catur: Mr. and Mrs. William Atwood and children, Terry Lee and Kerry, and Cheryl Lynn. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Er!enbush, gins. Margaret Graul. Albert Ryan and Ivan Ry. an. TheIichigan folks, who came especially to visit their grand- mother, Mrs. Lillie Ryan, return- ed to Detroit Monday. Correction A correction in identification on grade basketball picture last week. should have been Jimmy Mitchell instead of Scroggin. Sorry. .eb. 4, with a family dinner to Be served at the Legion Home at noon. Open house will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. All friends and rel- atives are invited to call. ANNOUNCING Dr. A. C. Hawkins, Naturopathic Physician, of Evanston, Wyoming has moved to Lincoln. I have opened an office in the newly constructed building at 911 - 5th Street, with 10 private treatment rooms, for the treatment of All Unhealthful Conditions of the Body. A. C. Hawkins 911 - 5th Street Lincoln, Illinois Phone 274 X. CARD OF THANKS I MARRIAGE LICENSES We wish to express our sincere [ ISSUED IN LINCOLN thanks to the many good friends l Marriage licenses were issued for their acts of kindness, and for I at the Logan county court house the sympathies extended, in our l in Lincoln during the past ten recent bereavement, the death of/days, to: our father, Frank Bohn, ] Bernice Gimbel, Mount Pulaski The Family. ! and Wayne Blanford, Decatur, _ m m ii i,i Schahl Home For Funerals - - AMBUL/U00CE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 235 - MOUNT PULASKI Long-term Investm that pays daily dividends HESE days thoughtful people turn their minds to the durability of things they purchase. But it's rare when doing your duty turns out to be the best way to satisfy your heart's desire. That's what's so marvelous about this '51 Buick. If you picked a car just for the lift it gives you-- your pride in its power--or its generous comfort-- you couldn't make a better choice. But make note of this: That gleaming new push-bar lore[rent, which greets your eye with flashing beauty, contains 25 grille bars mad6 of stamped steel, individually mounted to "give" and come back unharmed. Combined with a massive, wrap-around bumper, fortressed by two stalwart "bumper bombs" and two added uprights, it gives unsurpassed protection. Springs o[ stout spiraled steel on all four wheels let your wheels curtsey over bumps, while you ride level as a lance. But they also need no servicing, and breakage is virtually unknown. Buick's great-powered engine is a Fireball, won- drously lively and eager at the mere touch of your toe--but it also wrings extra power from every drop of fuel, and has the mechanical perfection Tune J. HENRY J. 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Now I eat - and eggs, and other foods '' .,u/r never would stay with me, can sleep well at nghts. @&. to HADACOL. I will be without it, and can ,,#/iJ l .'._" i00,o I the above ailments that I l I know because I have i for quite some time." Augspurger & P leines, Inc. ' AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS- LINCOLN, ILLINOIS