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MURDOUGH IN SPRINGFIELD Ianetta E. Murdough, 91, E. Monroe St., Spring- died in the Memorial at 5:10 a.m. Fri- 14, 1961. was born near Ill., and had been of Springfield for 65 Her husband, Bert R. Mur- died in 1953. She was a member of the 5th Pros- Church, and a member Legion Auxiliary is survived by a son, J- Murdough, of Spring- John A. Enos of a sister, Mrs. Geor. of Cornland; three Evan L. Searcy of ,Mrs. Dorothy Burris Hart, and Mrs. Mac of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Everett Cravens services were held at day, April 18 in St. Clam's hos- I pital, Lincoln. Air. and Mrs. Robert Worrier are parents of a son born Wed- nesday, April 19, at St. Claras' hospital in Lincoln. This is their second son and he has been giv- en the name Steven Thomas. Sell it with a Classified Ad. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Helen Heiserman, of Lincoln was visiting here Sunday. Some of the 4-H girls and their leaders attended church in De- catur Sunday. Some Austin pupils are absent from school; now its scarletina. What next? Thirteen were present for WSWS meeting Thursday with Mrs. Wil- bur Rau. Next meeting May tl in the church. Mother-Daughter potluck supper. Martha A. Montgomery of Balti- more and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and son of Winter- thur, Del., were called here by the death of their father Wm. N. (Ort) Montgomery and have re- turned to their hom Tuesday evening about 7:30, Mrs. Robt. Hays noticed a car stopped along road east of them, near the bridge. She called the Bill Jones' who went to see - to discover was Mrs. Jone's father Win. Ort) Montgomery, slumped over the steering wheel and dead. The motor was still running. He had been to Decatur and that near home when stricken. Rushed to D&MC hospital and pronounc- ed dead. He was born on same farm where he still resided, Oct. 20, :1880, son of John F. and Min- nie Renshaw Montgomery. He married Grace Albert June 15, 1909 in Warrensburg. She preced- ed him in death. He leaves a son Charles of Winterthur, Del., two daughters, Martha of Baltimore and Mrs. Norton Jones of Austin, also three sisters and a brother MIS.XlgWS, MOunt  In., "t2EWlmILT,   UIS".-Lf wl i and two grandchildren. Memorial services were held in Dawson.Wikoff Chapel in Decatur on Friday at 1 o'clock, and was largely attended. Many floral off- erings. Hymns used were - "The Old Rugged Cross," 'Fhe 23rd Psalm", "The Lord's Prayer". Rev. Win. B. Lampe, assistant pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of De- catur, gave the sermon. Pallbear- ers were, Robert Hays, Glenn Rau, John Rau Robert Trowbridge, Martin Crawsly and Stother Ely. Interment was in the Boiling Springs Cemetery. Weathers--All kinds. Rainy Wednesday, sunny Thursday, more rain Friday a.m., full dust. Did clear off before noon, strong S. wind. Cold N.W. wind Satur- day. Began rain and snow Sun- day a.m. early, continued all day melted by evening. Wind very strong, cea.ed in night. Awoke Monday to  more snow - misty. Melted off before noon - chilly N.' wind. Cloudy and chilly Tues- day a.m. Mrs. Vernon Galloway who is with her parents the Neal Will. Jams' near Maroa, while V. is out of the states again (in Navy) is taking the place of Mrs. Robt. {Joyce) Johnston in Latham State Bank. Miss Taylor of Decatur is i assisting in office of Dr. A, F. i Williams as Mrs. Dean (Doris) Cafes has resigned. Both who have resigned are expeeUng a visit from the Stork. A shown" was held for Mrs. Johrmton re- cently at Lehn's Care in W burg. Some of the parents took children to Champaign Sattml" evening to appear on T.V. Mr. and Mrs. Chins, Cro tended a spaghetti dinner day P.M., the Caterpillar Girls Club gave for their families  : friends. Those attending oould tour the factory. The p :: will be used for charitable wotflk of the Club in providing aid to deserving families. $'udy Cross is employed at Caterpillar April 16, in the Mansion, Spring. Raymond B. Knud- Burial was made Memoriay Park gfield. -DED D. W. CLUB Y, APRIL 12th esday, April 12, Mrs Schroth entertained the the cihU b. at her home east of li, "z" rmOchle was played and s.Won by Mrs. Alvina Roos, r endell Rothwell, Mrs. E1- m,-'naffenacker and Mrs. Nor- --l ZSChahl eXt ra " m.eetmg will be held with ,trl Dirt...  on May 10th. BIRTHS e"laraod Mrs. Donald D. Bailey, 8u cuts of a daughter, born ,Y, April 16 at the Decatur- ". ctY hospital. h'a Mrs. Norman Tindall h" Francisco Calif., are the 7 of a daughter, bo Apr a b ey now have two children, M anq a girl. Grandparents oVto',oand Mrs. John Roman- r t Pulaski. illd Mrs. Wilbur Shull are daughter born Tues- Let's Go America WHY WAIT-BUY TODAY GET PROSPERITY gNDERWA[ For 8 Days--April 21 thru April 28 LANGELLIER'S of Lincoln will d " "- I eT,n,te y be trying to do this with their deals on New and Used Cars and Trucks. See RAY HANSLOW Now '60 Chevrolet, Hardtop '59 Mercury, Hardtop '58 Chevrolet, 4.Door '57 Mercury 4.Door Hardtop '57 Ford, Fordor '57 DeSoto, Fordor 'S Buick, Hardtop '56 Ford, Victoria '55 Buick, Hardtop '55 Rambler. Wagon '55 DeSoto. Hardtop '55 Mercury. Fordor Let's Get America Moving Again: """ LANGELLIER' o.,,. in LINCOLN A E ED AGAINST V_-.m: "Your Bnler in Ford Prduets o, *,124.95 Phone - Business Phone - Residence FARMERS Lincoln 732-2111 Mt. Pulaski SW 2-5459 ELEVATOR CO. D ARE /