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PAGE EIGHT JAMES JACKSON OF CHESTNUT, IS DEAD James Jackson, life-long resi- dent of the Chestnut vicinity, died at 7:00 a.m., Friday, Feb. 23, 1951, in the Deaconess hos- pital, Lincoln, where he had been a patient for eight days. He was aged 74 years, 4 months and 15 Hour of Peaceful Rest," "Nearer coffee. When quite late the My God to Thee," and "Abide guests departed, wishing the With Me," with organ accompani Harnish family the best of suc- ment by Mrs. Edward yon Thun cess in their new location. of Chestnut. Burial was in the Laenna BIRKS COMMUNITY CIUB cemetery west of Chestnut. Pall- TO MEET WEEE EARLY bearers were: Elmer Schaffenack- The Birks Community Club, er, Edward Buehler, Wilbur Eis- south of the city, will hold their burg, Harold Stoll, Victor Stoll, meeting Friday evening, March 16, in the Birks school. This is one week earlier than the regu- lar schedule due to Easter week. The program commtttee has planned a program including a 1-act comedy. Lunch will be serv- ed by the 4:H Club girls. The money they make will be used days. Mr. Jackson was born near Chestnut on October 8, 1876, son of Charles and Lizzie Harp Jack- son. Decedent is survived by one brother, William Jackson, Chest- nut; four nieces and nephews. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski, remaining there until the hour of the service. Funeral services were held in the Zion Lutheran church, Chest- nut, at 11:15 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, conducted by the pastor, Rev. F. W. Hein. The congregation sang three hymns, 'rhere Is An and Wilbur Schroth. MR. & MRS ALBERT HARNISH GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY About 35 friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harnish and family, west of Mount Pulaski, Sunday, Feb. 25, for a farewell party in their honor. They have lived on the same farm for 27 years, the place now being owned by Frank Horn, and are moving to a farm west of Lincoln, which they put. chased. The evening was spent play- ing cards. The lunch consisted of sandwiches, pickles, cake and Your Phone Personality... If there is any place in the world where one should be natural it is when speaking over a tele- phone. Don't make the mistake of trying to create a "voice" when using the telephone. Just speak naturally, with your lips approximately one-half inch from the mouthpiece. Your telephone is an electronic instrument, engineered to properly record your voice to the person to whom you wish to deliver your message. Above all, DON'T SHOUT -- and DON'T WHISPER ! , Mount Pulaski Telephone Co. PEACE OF MIND.... Spiritually, you'll find it at the church of your faith. On the more earthly side, you'll find it at our bank, where savings secure the future and easy financing will solve present difficulties. So r e- member, for complete security... your church.., our bank{ BURNS ON ROUTE 36 THURSDAY, for their summer ties. _WPRC LINCOLN ILLIIMIS THE PRAIRIE MID-TOWN Phone 167 AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET YOUR INDIVIDUAL LET US HELP YOU SPRING WILL NOW IS THE FOR WARM PLAN IT IN West Edge IIJ.IOPOLIS, SALES & SERVICE SOON BE UPON US TIME TO CHANGE WEATHER DRIVING COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR Exacting Motor Tune-up Brakes Carefully Inspected Tires Rotated Wheel Bearings Packed COMPLETE STOCK OF PARTS AND ACCESSORIES ON00i HOME Building a home is one of the greatest adventures of your lifetime. It is a fresh, exhilarating experience, from its very conception as a dream Jr idea to the superlative thrill of ctual residence. To help you plen every =tep in building your home mad to aid and .timulate your own ideas and suggestions .re invite you to visit us and see our deluxe home building publication "]Planning Your "ndividuel Home." Scores of remodeling suggestions, too .... :-Iow to make =just a house" into a modern home you will be proud of . . . page after page is devoted to beautiful interiors and lecorating ideas.., for example, four pages re devoted to beautiful, modem kitchens .. all in full color. Almost every conceivable ype of home design is represented. Homes that are architecturally correct and adapted to your home building budgeL Make it a "must" to visit us at your earliest opportunity and see this newest addition to f :r "circulating library." HOME FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corporation J. M. ROTHWELL LUMBER