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24, 1941 distance, who came to Mount PU-' sors- Lushbaugh Rites lki to atnd the u.e, we the following: Held Friday Sprinield--Mr and Mrs...r- mon E. Lushbaugh and son Hat- Funeral services for William mort, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bretz. tUildings  W a 1 t e r Terrell Lushbaugh, 66, native of Docatur--Mrs. A. F. Schiltz. Clarence Schilling, Veil- Mount Pulaski, who died at his Glen Ellyn--Henry Downing. home in Tulsa, Okla., at 7:30 a.m. Oregon--Mrs. L. L. Rush and Wednesday, April 16, were held in son Lewis. !the home of his sister-in-law, Dr. Leroy--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Margaret Lushbaugh, on North Ralston. Lafayette street, this city, at 3 Bloomington--Mrs. Minnie Fol- p.m. Friday, conducted by Rev. J. sam. Wayne Staley, pastor of the Lincoln--Mrs. Charles Gerard. Christian church. 'q'he Rosary" Mrs. Ethel Gerard, Mr. and Mrs. and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" Paul Shoup, Misses Mary and Nell were sung by Mrs. Fred Mayer, Toomey. Jr., and Mrs. Everett Beidler, with Topeka, Kan.--Mrs. Dean Lach- from page 1) s. w. George j. Stoll, 0cersBarret Rogers, L. N. ]aker. and lidge--Thomas Cll- Albert Rrom, R. H. A. F. Dillsaver, Harold L. A. Burell, gers, Thomas Hickey, enner, Robert W. Rim- 18Sue Roadv. C. Cline, Williav Benner. Eradication--Clax- R. H. Coorts, A1- FUNERAL IN %Y and Raymond in Peoria Saturday, and attended the funeral of the formers cousin, -'e HUmphrey, who died a hospital following after submitting She was a dau- )f Mrs. Maud Hum- She is survived Paul Humphrey; and a daughter, Mrs. LiUian Goetz and daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth and Sciota B. Horn were in Chicago Saturday and Sunday and attend- eel the Spring Fashion Premiere at the Palmer House, and the ex- hibft of French paintings from the Louvre, at the Art Institute. Mrs. Milton French and infant Lincoln. Circle A of the Women's Society of Chrmtian Service of the Metho odist church will meet at 2:30 P. m. Thursday, May 1, at the home of Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer, the ,t ing hostesses to be Mrs. John T. daughter axe now at their home Hershey, Mrs. Clarence - West seven miles southwest of city, and Mrs. Charles Gordon. OPENING piano accompaniment by Mrs. Loral Z. Lipp. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. The pallbearers were Mike Kautz, Walter D. Wacaser, Clarence E. West, Louis F. Sams, Chris Kautz and Frank Sellers. Mr. Lushbaugh, familiarly known as 'Ted' to all his many Mount Pulaski friends, was the last member of the Lushbaugh family. His father, Harmon E. Lushbaugt, was an early day jew- eler here. The son followed in his footsteps and learned the business, and a few years after marrying Miss Clara Shoup, went to Tulsa to continue in that line of endear- enmyer. Wichita, Kan.--Mrs. Wilton C. Emerick. Tulsa, Okla.--Miss Helen Cleo Johnson, who accompanied Mrs. Lushbaugh to Mount Pulaski with the remains. Mrs. Ida Scroggin and Mrs. Lida Rupp, members of the Mount Pu- laski chapter of World War Mo- thers, are in Waukegan this week attending the state convention of World War Mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoll and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll were in Edinburg Sunday and visited Mrs. Kenneth Stoll's parents, Dr. ANNOUNCES ITS FORMAL OPENING Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday APRIL 29-30, MAY i For these three days only we will qve a FREE SHAMPOO with each finqer wave. Both for 30 SPECIALS ON MANICURES VELMA HALSTEAD HELEN SHULL or. His health began failing two years ago, and he finally had to retire from active work. Relatives and friends from a and Mrs. Wade Schott and friends Mr. and Mrs. Ltndell Hurmley. qICOLU M B U S -rebus found is . /  "/- the thd00y ge.t F.n diseovel Mareb / PHONE 70 OPERATORS. RRV{:L$ The Cigarette of Quality 0 BROTHERS, PHILADELPHIA, pA. Gloriiied for laday's G IRL G RAD UATE LAiR CJgJDAR lOPE CHEST etnS X.D m romance it, ell is the cteutuaditi--de=tothe dous  in her hope chmt k  her  ]n Tch , i. stoed b Am* s onths wear on and our defense Ii -de Ie Cedar Hope Ch eff reach higher and higher pitch, JJ Worknmuthipttthe m increasing load is being p]aeedupon I! ..i o, ake every effort to keep enmmereial II dwns in many industries and activities 3" in the first world war. This must not haPP en again. We pledge this institu- t to apply itself without stint to the of keeping the wheels of normal lsiuess activity turning smoothly. The First National Bank Mount Pulaski, Illinois or  because they Jure applied wigh the exclusive, waterp wekled process- the o=dy aroma-tight chest in the world--a moth insuran policy written by one of the world's hrgmt in- surance compan/es--these are but a few of the man teaurm oltemd byLane Cedar Hope Chesm! Imi on a gen-ine Lane! Parenu bmthe., come in and eee our heau" titul display c these idea] gitm. Tlllg  No 4S-lSg0"-The fgomt tg te richly Bued Amk:m block with ---tdud Orud wood. stk umy 8** r,trkabl* vak "200t C.nturt-Fo= bl 5ta AVERY & COMSTOCK LINCOLN, ILLINOIS % Z:b