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L. BROWN SATURDAY; MONDAY METHODIST MINISTER WAS BURIED HERE The Rev. Van Buren Sullins, NORMAL UNIVERSITY ALUMNI HELD MEETING The Hlinois State Normal Un- iversity Alumni Association of Logan county, met April 6 at a 6:30 dinner in the Hotel Lincoln. . Louella Louisa Brown 86, of 1305 Franklin Ave., Normal, erly of Lincoln, who located Ii1., a retired Methodist minister, s unt Pulaski, Ill. about two died at 1:20 p.m. Monday, April COoke ago, and lived on East 10, 1961, in Brokaw Hospital. He _ St., near the Zion Luther- had been ill for one week. ..Church, died there Saturday, His funeral was held at 10:30 181 1961, at 5 p.m. She was a.m. this Thursday, April 13, in o o years, the Beck Memorial Home at Nor- borauetla Louisa Fought w a s real. Burial was made in Mount ,_.. march 17, 1867, at New Pulaski Cemetery. Chigan, Ill., a daughter of An- edent was born in New y'Ye and Mary Elizabeth La- Burnside on Feb. 22, 1875. He aaneY Fought. In Ottawa, Ill. married Mrs. Lou Ann Ross in e, Y years ago, she married 1947 in Normal. a2. William Brown, who died He came to the Methodist The following officers were elect- ed: President, Mrs. Fred Hoppin, Lincoln; Vice-Pres., Mrs. Harry Long, Mt. Pulaski; Secretary, Miss Helen Short, Lincoln; Treas- urer, Mrs. Paul Beaver, Mt. Pul. aski. Junior Club Members Invited To Convention Mrs. Ray Richner, Jr. Woman's TIMES-NEWS, Momlt Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, AIPRIL 1$, 1981--11 i r District 17, will attend this meet- ing. If members cannot come for the whole day or luncheon, they may l attend the morning or afternoon l sessions. Registration is at 10 a. m. Those wishing to attend the luncheon should make reserva- tion with Mrs. Elmer Schaffenack- er by April 15. Tickets are $1.50, Patrol Equipment IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION WATERWAYS - TERRACING - ETC. church's central Illinois conference Club president, wants all club Irlent in 1920. Prior to his retirement in members to know that they can , ChristianWaS achurch,memberLincoln,Of the 1938 he occupied pulpits in Hope- attend the Woman's Club Spring ]_.Royal Neighbors Spanish- dale, Minier and Cornell. Convention at the Lion Lumeran i._ can War Veterans' Auxil- Surviving are his wife, 4 sons, ChurChwouldon WednesdaY,like to see aAprillarge19" Veterans of Foreign Wars 2 daughters' a step'sn and step- She FRED ",uary, and the G.A.R. Tanner daughter, 13 grandchildren and representation from the local club 14 great.grandchildren, in attendance, as Junior Woman's "e of Springfield. e With her death the fifth gen- ------ Club members from the clubs in Phone SW 2-5617 Sil-tennial Year in 1961. :he five counties that make up u was broken She is sur- ,w(I ttou bY one daughter, Mrs. Inez ,ltamlug of Chestnut; two li _. ughters, Mrs. h, an (Phyl- j/ eUnbach who lives between  lhllaski and Chestnut, and, l'.,_Gergia LOu Kirkman, of La d 6 great-grandchildren, r two great.great-grandchild- We Also Do -- Tiling, Bulldozing, Open Ditch Work. Clearing Farm Ponds and Concrete Structure. HOLMES TARTS SUNDAY APRIL 16 NOON TO P.M. ILLINOIS STA ;e.h, e body was removed to the ati tal funeral home where visi- 'o tok place Monday after- h,,.., ancl evening. At 10 a.m. on e__enaY, April 11, the body was a" . to the First Christian tl in Lincoln where funeral _m  were conducted at 1:30  .oy the Rev. L. H. Appel, as- lby E. E. Hanger, Lincoln. - hymns, "O, That Will Be '," and "The Lord's Prayer," MoU-'" suag_ g by Paul R Moore of t Pulaski, with organ ac- I.: ']irnent by Mrs David ,, let of Lincoln. e Un io e rvaent was made in th - heal ,aetery at Lincoln. Pall- low, '; Were: Charles W. Hans- aar ,rarl Wessbecher and Nor- ,,:. horn, of Mt Pulaski;.Larry I] .,., Bert Jones and Rchard -' ,an of Lincoln. jp,.SCOOL MENU "-Y"m'-Hot dog on bun, es- :?Ped co ppio _,. rn, .potato chips, pine- " nces.mlk -- "=tu, c Sl'al':at"balls in sauce, ati,  rrot stick, fruit gel- eread and butter, milk. eo--Beef hash, butter-  b, L apPle sauce, cookie, pea- tndwich, milk. bun . Barbequed turkey Peach , lain noodles, celery, -am, milk. ch Egg salad sandwi , h,., cheese and pineapple, ,cu Peas, raw apple, milk. .lehra,_.OpPerman of Chestnut tlv 1 his lOth birthday on YApril 1st, by having a ver  P' m his classmates. Games 0 ..._ ,ayed and prizes and fav- W  Vanvv %geeSt i ftsh on. ,, Y " g. . lth- ,assrnastes are: Rosanna " alnela Lock, Martha Rod- let , :arsha Troyer, Hugh Bueh- 2' (hael BUehler Dann Kno Ov .. , y Y, Mel, marten, Curtis Maus, Billy :,, ey, Gary Phares and Louis Jan. Also present were o :uer, Mrs. Orena Opper- :,ount Pulaski, Mrs. Lena i. lincoln, and, Mrs. Har- ry. -v erVaan and daughter Bet- Mount Pulaski, Ill. FAIRGROUNDS SA ?i THE LARGEST FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE SALE ANYONE HAS EVER SEEN SO G&E Rentecl fhe En.f;re Expos;;on Bu;l00ng00 The Largest Select,on of Furmture and Appli-  " antes Ever Assembled Under.One Roof. : Thousands of Sectionals and Living Room Sulte.s "EX$uPOi- Ml iTlOoN 2  Plus Hide-away Beds, Sofa Beds, o,as ana Jt ! Kinds of Chairs. ,, Bedrooms, Dinettes, M.attres.ses: Bunk Beds,  J Dining Rooms, Every Size and F:n:sn you tan Imagine.. " . . .[ SMOO. Ave. America's Ferst Choice of Appimnces-- nefr,g- ! [ erators.-- Freezers--Washers, Both Automatic I and Wrlnge.r--.-.Dryers, Gas or Electric--Ranges, Sh.,,'to.. cr Gas or Electric -- Stereo Phonos. Television and Television, Stereo Comhmat'on s Park Free in SEE 11,087 Sill. Yes. OF BROADLOOM Happy Hollow FREE 10 ADMIRAL 19" PORTABLE TV SETS j_ FREE 10 ADMIRAL PORTABLE 19" TELEVISION SETS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE Just Register Your Name and Address at the Sale No Purchase Necessary I You Need Not Be Present to Win-- All Winners Wiii Be Notif'md KING SIZE COCA'COLA F R E E 5c Ever-Lasting Rose Corsage for the Lad'm FOOT LONG HOT DOG 5c THE ENTIRE EXPOSITION BLDG.- SPRINGFIELD, ILL. -- PHONE KI 4-3419 /i I , ?i //i //!;