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Sunday Druggist L. Harms, druggist at ey for the past 23 years, died kis home at 4:15 a. m. Sunday a year's illness with heart lbte. aneral services were held at 2 Tuesday in the family home charge of Rev. Arthur Jern. ' body was taken to Grayville, for burial. e was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harms and was born at Ill., February 9, 1869, aria to Ella Allen May 7, 1911, Dahlgren, Ill. He leaves his two brothers, Rev. W. C. Streator; Rev. Charles Sumner, and one sister, Emma Heick, Grayville. B.Montgomery Kenney Dies Bernard Montgomery, 63, Kenney, died at 8:10 a Thursday in Deaconess hoe- ncoln, following a two illness of typhoid fever. services were held at a, Sunday in the Kenney | ! [['[ church, the Rev. H. B. pastor of the Clinton church in charge, aist- by the Rev. Elmer SheYnerd, of the Texas Chritian Burial was in Pleasant cemetery. [ Montgomery was born Jan. near Kenney, a son of H. and Anna B. Collins He was married to Mabel Derricks Dec. 24, 1902. She survives with one kh Mrs. Ruth Butler of There are three brothers five Arch and Leslie IN' M:sisterS:Park of Decatur; Mrs. YN  Lng, ]bKrs. Alta Sibthorp and . Lillian Brown, all of Deca- r;M_,. Be Buehler of Hutchln- m, Kansas; and Miss Nellie mtgomery of Decatur. Mr. Montgomery had spent hiJ qe farming and was known Xmghout DeWitt county for the ave part he took in the Old trierS Association, of which he d been an officer for many mrs. He was a member of the uonic lodge of Kenney, the Ma- nic chapter of Maroa, the Com- andery of Mount Pulaski, and the O. O. F. lodge of Kenney. He d been active for many yearS in e above organizations, and it been repeatedly said that he m probably traveled more mile assist in the teachings of Odd- llowship than any other mere- His entire life has been spent and around Kenney and he has rved his township as highway 'nissioner and tax collector. "Butch" as he was commonly knon, was truly a man among men, never tiring in his efforts to be of asmstance to neighbors or friends. He as a fine and indulgent lusband, father and the high es- teem in which he was held been evidenced by the large num- ber of beautiful tributes already made to his memory. Music was furnished by Mrs. noon witl a good attendance. Plans were made for the "Womanless Wedding" which will be Thursday night, February 20, in the high chool. Contests were held and prizes won by Mrs. Margaret Nel- son, Mrs. Eva Tucker and Mrs. Laura Nesbitt. Refreshments were Valentine ice cream, angel food cake and coffee. The assistant hostesses were rs. H. B. Rowe, Mrs. Scott Allen, Mrs. Sophia Walter Brady, violin, and Mrs. I. J Hawkyard and Mrs. Clyde Owens.. M. Kemp, piano, who played "In- I The Kenney Bridge club met dian Love Call," "God Will Take I Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. :are of You," and "Sweet Hour of Prayer." [ Pall bearerS were Carl L. Mc- l Bride, Russell Hartford, Verven I Braden, Goldie Chandler, A. N. I Rowe, and O. F. Downey. Flower girls were Mesdames R. J. Ran- dolph, Newel Braden, Furman Florey, Golda McBride, A. N. Rowe, C. F. Kemp, C. F. Alexan- der, Wilbur Hunt, Lela Splain, Ed B. Dial, J. W. Bowling, Earl Mea- dows, Walter Randall, Verven Bra- den, Goldie Schmidt, Fannie Ste- wart, Grace Stoutenborough, Ruth Perry, and Bessie Brownell. KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent George Washington's birthday Will be celebrated this year by members of the American Legion by again enlisting for National Defense work. Prof. E. H. Bur- dock will be in charge of the local recruiting station which will be located in carl Fort's barber slop md will receive registrations from 1 to 5 Saturday, Feb. 22. Regis- trations will also be received at the Legion hall in Clinton from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. the sme day. Dr. and MrS. F. M Blome cele- brated their 28th wedding anni- versary Thursday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Ar- tlmr, at Broadwell, where a din- her was held in the evening. Mr. and MrS. James Brothel celebrated their 45th wedding an- niversary Sunday, Feb. 16, by holding open house from one to four o'clock p. m. : Clarence WalterS has been transferred from Jefferson Bar- racks to Lowery Field at Denver, Colorado, where he will attend aeornautic school for about a year. Styles of a hundred years ago and intervening periods up to the present were modeled by the Jun- ior Woman's club together With a variety program at the high school Wednesday night. The entertain- ment was presented a a benefit for the Community center. W. B. Mowtgomery Pmme Awy Plan "NO Wedding" The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church met in the lmme of Mrs. Joe Kenney Friday after- E. M. Williamson. Prize winners were A. N. Rowe and Mrs. Wil- liamson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin en- tertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rowe and the Mies Jessie Junk, Jennie and Alice Rowe. ]SHRINE VISITORS Persons visiting and registering at the Abraham Lincoln Memor- nal Shrine in tl Mount Pulas- ki public square [since Feb. 12, the martyred presi- c e n t ' s birth- day anniversary, were as follow: Weldon -- Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Tilbury. Decatur--Frank Tilbury, Mrs. R. W. Personette. llliopolis--Robert Leon Cope- land. Peoria--Ray Lee. Tilden--Mr. and Mrs. T. J.  Armstrong. Bellair--E. M: Clark. Warrenville--Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Byerrum. LathamMr. Ferrill Buckles. A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The FemTly or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Morcucci Bldg. - Phone 600 Lincoln, Illlnoi$. i Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Ruth Ev-DR. AND. M]8. E. H. COX :: erly, Betty Warren, June Ann Ry-ION FLORIDA TRIp an, Rosalie Reynolds, Tommy and Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Cox depart- Jimmy Romer, Mrs. Minnie Sued- ed last Friday evening for Peter- meier. Miss Elizabeth Zah, Patri- burg, Florida, to remain a feW cia Downing, Rhoda Veech, James weel while Dr. Cox is recuperate Patterson, Larue Foter, Joe W. ing from a recent attack of pneu- Lucas. monia. Get Rid of Your... RHEUMATISM ARTHRITIS or REURITIS Natures Way Without Drugs or Strict Diet Enjoy at home the same treatment that is cfiven af expensive health resorts. These cabinet baths and massages, also clear the skin and complexion. Get rid of body toxin, relieve muscle soreness and help break up cotds. WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN REDUCING PAUL W. MEYERS Swedish Massage and Baths LADY ASSISTANT Hours 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Next to Krogers Phone 71 for Appointment START PLANNING NOW TO INTERIORS! EXTERIORS! Get New Beauty and Convenience in Your Home! Does your house look run down or seedy? Would you like more room, a play room, an aHic room? See 1"he Mount Pulaski armers Grain & Elevator Co.! We make new homes out of old, experts at repairing, remodeling. 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