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TRE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS County, Illinois, where he was an insurance broker for 49 years, retiring at the age of 80 years. Mr. Burgoyne married Emma Jane Ballard during the year of 1879, and they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1929. She preceded him in death in 1932, and for several years he had made his home in Mount Pulaski with his daughter. a member of Masonic No. 516, Andalusia, Ill., 50 years. are one son. J. B. of South Pasadena, one daughter, Mrs. G. F. Mount Pulaski ; three hildren, Mrs. E. H. Kitch- ,uth Pasadena; Dr. M. B. of Hamilton. Ill, and Dr. C. Wait, of Streator, Ill., great-grandchildren. body was removed to the funeral home, and will there until early Friday g, when the remains will to Milan, Ill., for short services at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Memorial Park, Rock Island. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to sincerely thank every one who remembered me with cards and letters during my re- cent stay of three weeks in the McCleary Clinic and Hospital in Excelsior Springs, Mo. Franklin '"Nick" Davis. SHOP A T GAMBLES 6-Piece DINETTE SET $79.00 i:::i::!ii! :., .:. " .. ::! .... i  lll/!j Two-Tone Duran uphol- :-] stering. Genuine Charm- lite high pressure plastic Top. Grey, Red or Yellow UNFINISHED FURNITURE VANITY BENCH ................................................ $2.98 VANITY TABLE ................................................ $6.98 BOOKCASES .................................... $7.25 and $9.95 KNEEHOLE DESK .......................................... S25.75 CHEST OF DRAWERS ................ S13.95 and $18.95 VIGORO-- LAWN SEEDS -- POWER MOWERS RUG BORDER -- 24 and 36 inches wide PAINTS and REV. S. R. REYNOLDS, NATIVE OF ESTORIA GIVES PROGRAM 'AT FORMER MINISTER, DIES IN VIRGINIA WOMAN'S CLUB i The Mount Pulaski Woman's Rev. Samuel R. Reynolds, 76, Club met in the American Legion retired Christian minister, and Home at 2:30 p.m. Friday, March years ago pastor of the Mount l9, and proved very interesting to Pulaski Christian church, died on I the members. Monday, March 12, 1951, in the I Mrs. Charles Hildreth, Inter- home of his niece. Mrs. C. S. Boit- national Relations chairman, pre- holt in Roanoke, Va. l sented Leo Ojakaar, no a stud- Rev. Reynolds, who served theent at Mitlikin university in De- ministry for 45 years, was pastor Icatur, who fled from his native of the churches in Latham and Estonia when the Russians over- Orena, as well as in Mount Pu- ran the country. He told how laski. He was a member of the I the Russians took over the small Central Christian church in De-' " natron, and how his mother had catur, witnessed the killing of his lath- His wife was formerly Ange- line Smith, who preceded him in death in June. 1942. He then went to Virginia to live with rela tives. Surviving are two brothers. William M. Reynolds, of Salem. Va., and O. P. Reynolds, of Mitchellville, Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. W. W. Bruegh, Bedford, Va., and Mrs. A. R. Overstreet, MoRt- vale, Va. The body arrived in Decatur this) Thursday. and was taken to the Dawson & Wikoff funeral home where friends may call after 6 p. m. to the Mount Pulaski The. atre Sunday and Monday, March 18 and 19, and see "King Solo- mom's Mines." in Technicolor, starring Deborah Kerr and Stew. art Granger. Also, Sunday Mat/. nee at 2 o'clock. er, by the Communists. He and his mother are now in the U. S., and very happy to be here. He also told the club members how fortunate they were to be Americans. Mrs. Edward Ruwe, club presi- dent. presided at the business meeting and board session. The club voted to send a music stu- dent to the Egyptian Music Camp in Southern Illinois during the summer. Also planned to gather children's books to send to Japan. The books are to be left at the public library on Saturday in care of Miss Florence Wynd. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late George L. Downing of G0rens, Mo., wish to extend their sincere appreci- ation for the many expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. SHOP FOR SMART TER THURSDAY, MRCH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY DINNER SUNDAY, MAIL 11 At their home on North street, Sunday, March 11, b  Mrs. Eugene Cyrulik ente ed a goup of relatives at $. prise d'nner. The occasion: ored the 68th birthday ant  ary of her mother, Mr Scott of Springfield. The f0I ing were present:- Springfield: Mrs. Alta Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferg  and children Joey and Sall[ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seottl  i daughter Colleen, Mrs. Mary Imllll| Richards and children Sta Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Figueira, Frank Scott. j Q_ Riverton: Mr. and Mrs. Scott and children Gregg, da and Don. Peoria: John Scott. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and!ill B Harold Moore and son Alan, the Cyrulik children, Gayle, bara and Larry. --Go to the Mount Pulaski atre Sunday and 18 and 19, and see mon's Mines.'" in starring Deborah Kerr and art Granger. Also, Sunday nee at 2 o'clock. LANOAOER'S Vaughan Walch MOUNT PULASKI THEATRE % i i i FRIDAYand SATURDAY, MARCH 16 . ROY ROGERS in "SUNSET IN THE WEST" (In Tru-color) - plus - CARTOON -- COMEDY 17 SUNDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 18 - 19 Matinee Sunday --2 o'clock "KING SOLOMON'S MINES" (In Technicolor) with Deborah Herr - Stewart Granger WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY MARCH 1 -  "'A LIFE OF HER OWN" with Lana Turner  Ray Milland TOPPERS AND COATS needled and beauti- fully styled  these new top- pers and coats are the finest values ever. to $7995 LANDAUER'S LINCOLN