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J. H. Anstine Died Thursday James H. Anstine of Mount Pu- laski, lifelong resident of Logan county, died at 7:45 p. m. Thurs- day, March 6, 1941, in the Peoria state hospital, where he had been a patient about two months, aged 73 years, 6 months and 26 days. Mr.. Anstine had failed in health for some time. I He was born August 10, 1867, I on a farm in Chester to.reship, l over four miles north of Mount I Pulaski, a son of the late William and Maria Fletcher Anstine, pio- neer residents of the community north of Salt Creek. He spent most of his life in farming, and less than five years ago moved in- to Mount Pulaski with a brother and tw O sisters, living on North Washington street. Decedent is survived by one sis- ter, Miss Eva Anstine, at home; and one nephew, Morre]l Anstine, who resides on Route 121, five l miles north of Mount Pulaski. One sister, Miss Melissa Anstine, and a borther, John Franklin An- tine, preceded him in death dur- ing 1940. v The remains were removed to the Hershey funeral home, and Friday afternood were taken to the residence. Funeral services were held at P- m. Saturday in the Mount Pulaski Methodist church, eonduc- by the pastor, Ray. F. E. Neu- rneyer. Two hymns, "Home of Soul." and "Lead Kindly were sung bY Paul R. with organ accompani- by Mrs. G. F. Wait. Burial in the Bowers-Templeman five miles north of the The pallbearers were Oscar Mayer, Samutl Earles, Walter Drobisch. Orville E. Martin, A. Iwning and Frank Sol- Employees of the Rapidly Growing Ches+nu Hatchery Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer Mrs. John T. Hershey were loomington Vednesday and i a Missionary Institute. ; GOOD iI WHY TUPLEIS Use MUSTEROLE for ESTCOLDS Motker--P.dve YOUR Cliikl T Sa. rmqmrt Cam I the first sign of a chest cold the plets' and chests sr M/Zd Mustorole net made to promptly relieve of children's colds stud and croupy coup. comes quickly ]eaus@ )RE than an ord/nary I break up local con-I is used on the using made. preferring a stronger product. CIILDRgN" S PAGE Need Beauty Be Fragile? Chestnuts maicr industry ;s built around fhes men who are emroyees of the Ches,nuf Hatch- .:ry which ;s making a rapid growth and has now a capacity of 500.@90. chicks, Left to rlghf:--E{mer Durchho!z Mouf Putas;: Mr. Bc',vden, epre,s agent: Orv;f,!e Koeher night man. Mount Pu!ask;; S. R. Kunfz night man, Chestnut" W. T+ Myr+cL ma ager Mount Pulas branch: F. 1"4. Myrick manager Cnest+u" plan: De, fret! Shui, chick sexer: Frank Bowies, chick seer Billy Marshal. night man Chest-j +,f- Hermaq Heat teed man+ Chestnut. I ........... iii -- 1 Mrs. Mary Garrison, forner res- One of the voices you hear oq Co:umba networ s daytime serh aL '+The Riqht to H,;ne; be.onqs fo Icve! Mary Patton, Ch;- c.qo beauty whose likeness has ap#eared on many a magazine cov- er. ut Mar s ot as fraqiie s she tasks. She can "+;, end chafe, and ;de acd swim I;[e a champion. RE Ii T TIN I1111 (Contlnued from Page I) CLINTON GIRL'S ENGAGEMENT TOLD Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Zring, 113 South Elm street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Virginia Helen Kring, and Walter E. Jameson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Jameson, 2900 Pros- )ect Road, Peoria. Mr. Jameson attended Peoria Central high school and the Uni- versity of Illinois and is employed by the U. S. Steel Co., Chicago. Miss Kring attended Clinto CAm- When You Our lmts are off to you eter" and may you ever tto to serve your fellowma faithfully and as well in the ture as you have in the past. families, enjoyed a pinochle ty Wednesday night in Odd Fel- lows hall. The prizes were ed to Mrs. Frarde Copelemd, Sciota B. Horn, Bud Waddell David ,K]otz. How is your subscription? i!, URG message to you WIle suffer functional ident of Mount Pulaski who had t been living in Latham for several ' PAJN00 + years, moved back to the city re- cently and is occupying rooms in l the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy , Hatfield on North Spring street. "'WEANESS" + Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, :living northwest of city, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing and daugl- ter, Janet, of Lincoln, made em ;auto tri Wednesday to Jefferson i Barracks, near St. J-uis, Mo., to i see the formers' son, Lester, who i recently enlisted in the army, and has been ill. They found him much impoved. His present address is Station Hospital, Ward 2, Jeffer- son Barrages, Me. Members of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges, and their i i|ii FEMALE READ EVERY WORDI You wolen by nature often lve dellCato ell- stJtutlons and there are sO y /tay w/no have slgn of functional trouble. 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