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,14 llount Pulmld, I THURSDAY MAY 4. 1961 !i  IN CHICAGO  Kenneth Leo Ryan, a native of t  riled at 10:55 p. i  saturday, Apm 29, 1961, in  Masonic Hospital In aqgO, Ill., where he had been caused by a heart condition. tan to the h by Paul, 44 N. Sheridan Rd. with whom he had been Dlkhzg h home. He was 61 years of age. Mr. Ryan located in Chicago over nine years ago. Decedent was born June 10, 1809 in Mount Pulaski, Ill.. a son of James Thomas Ryan and At. mlnda Jane Ramsey Ryan. He attended Mount Pulaski schools and when a young man served for eral years in the U. S. Navy, station 'being Norfolk, Va. [ter his discharge he remained , Norfolk several years, being in government work as He was a veteran of WarL :Mr; Ryan is survived by his :, and the following sons: : Sames, U. Army, sewing in *France; Kenneth L., Jr., f New : York City, and Paul, af Chicago; brother, Charles R. Ryan of  GILI, nlte City and a sister, Mrs.  Fayette Ross of Lincoln. The body arrived in Mount   Wednesday noon, and was taken to the Schahl tuner. D al home where funeral services were held (this) Thursday, May  4, at 2 pan., conducted by the Rev. Paul Surdick, pastor of the Church. Appropriate or. music was played by Mrs. Paul, Burdick. Interment was made in Mount Pulaski cemetery where military ll we held by the American \\; GRAD . p|r['.. SPEBSQSA CONTEST AT ...... I SPRINGFIELD MAY 6th MAKING TRIPS j The finals o Sf'Es(sA Ill The Mount Pulaski grade linois Districl Barbershop- Quar- school students have been taking tet Contest will b,, hold nt tio theTolnownUal bus trips, this year I Centennia I Building-in Spril;gfield as : /on Saturday, May 6. Sixteen April 10, Second grades to quartets will compete in the pre- Sieb's Hatchery and Park in Lin- liminary competition Farmers Auto Unlntured Molorbt Coverage pays your elwDr driver is st fault does nM hove lnronce, Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phaue SW 2.SL!5 . MT In;%dtSl, ILL. nm ena emmwy umHnee II coin; April 25, third grades took a train ride from Clinton to Springfield; April 28, 8th grades went to ball game in St. Louis, Mo.; May 3, 6th grades visited at 2 p.m. This number will be cut to 10 for the finals beginning at 8 p.m. There will also be comedy pro- vided by two outstanding quar. tets. State House, Governor's Mansion and the Airport, in Springfield; May 10, 7th grade will go to New Salem; May 12, 4th grades go to Springfield; May 18, the 1st grades will go to Illiopolis and visit the DeKalb plants, then tO Decatur to the park; May 19, 5th grades will go to the Dixon Mounds. WERE THE TUUPS PRETTY? We hope that the person who took the red and white tulips from our yard enjoyed their beauty and fragrance as much as we were hoping to. They were very pretty, weren't they ? Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leckbee. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank all those who remembered me with cards, flow- ers and prayers while I was a patient at the Kirksville Osteo- pathic Hospital in Missouri. Mrs. H. H. Maddox. Legion. Pallbearers were mem. bers of the Legion, namely, Glov- er Matthews, Ellis Howell, Henry Meister, Elmer Meister, George, and Albert Horn. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs/ Jack Bayer are parents o a daughter, born Thursday, April 27 in St. Clara's l tlospital, Lincoln. A daughter was born Thursday, April 27, in St. Clara's hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dambach- er at Lake Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Welby Folkes of Beason are parents of a soil born Thursday, April 27, in the ALM hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Centers of Charles Younger of Springfield, I Latham are parents of a son, born son-in-law of Mrs. Irma Dana, Friday ADrit 28 i  +-^ r,,,-, of :{It. PulaskL 1S a member of[hospital in Decatur. a Springfield quartet, who ill be I In St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, hosts to the various groups. ]on Saturday, April 29, a son was AV --  /born to Mr. and Mrs. John Me- CLASS TO SPONSOR [Cue, of Elkhart. RUMMAGE SALE IN DECATUR'i Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCain are parents of a son, Aaron Keith, born in Caesarean Section, April The AV Class of the Methodist church will sponsor a rummage sale in Decatur at 823 North Broadway on Thursday afternoon and Friday,-May 18-19. Those having articles for sale dease bring them to the church as soon as possible, or articles will be picked up if members will contact Mrs. Bertha Jenner or Mrs. Walter Bartels. LAKE FORK VISITATION AND REGISTRATION MAY 11 Registration and Visitation for new first graders for the next I fall school term at Lake Fork l grade school, will be anytime on Thursday, May 11. Parents can visit Mrs. Bryson's morn at their leisure. They are welcome to ride the school bus on that day, either coming to or going from school, or both ways. MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Nylon Tricot GOWN and PEIGNOIR .............. $3.98 Nylon SHORTEE GOWNS ................................ $2.98 Cotton GOWNS and PAJAMAS DRESSES APRONS Berkshire HOSE .................................... $1.00 and up Hats Purses Gloves . Slips Half Slips Flowered Bath Towels Shoes are always acceptable DOUDS CLOTHING and SHOES "Follow The Crowds To Douds" 18, at the Memorial Hospital at Springfield. Grandparents are Mr. and -Mrs. Ed Hickey of Mt. Pul- aski, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCain of Cornland. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Redfairn of Lincoln and Alpha McCain of Mount Pulaski. BOWL GOES ON SUMMER HOURS Bowling hours at the Hilltop] Bowl for the summer will be from [ 4:00 p.m. on each day excepting[ Saturday and Sunday when bowling will be available all l afternoon, as well as evening. / The Cafeteria remains open for / business. Safest Pla0e To Keep It! Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all times, -yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you . . . but costs little! WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS . . . -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. Loans FARMERS BANK MOUNT PULASF ILLINOIS MUNSINGWEAR BRIEFS UI 1 Double-thickness " Sfretchy.Seat" 51ZF.S 28 TO 46 The perfect comfort brief with Nylon-reinforced leS band that will not stretch out of shape. Taped fro. Patented comfort pou giv gentle masculine surf po. Soft, absorbent cotton. No Ironing. Guaranteed so to shrink out of fit. H t resistant elastic w#istb 1" HUSTON & Men's & Boys' LANGELLIER' The Home of A.1 USED CARS Sold By RAY HANSLOW The following cars carry a G & W Written Warranty. '60 Chevro!et Impala, Hardtop %9 Poni'iac Catilina, Hardtop '58 Chevrolet Biscayne, 4-Door '57 Ford Fairlane 500, Fordor '57 DeRoto Firedome, Fordor WITH AIR. CONDITIONING '56 Ford, Fairlane, Fordor '56 Chevrolet Bel-Air, 4-Door '56 Buick, 4-Door Hardtop '56 Plymouth Belvedere, Fordor '55 Ford Farlane, Fordor '55 Oldsmobile 88, 2-Door '55 Chevrolet, 210 4-Door '55 Chevrolet, 150 4-Door '55 Buick, 2-Door Hai'dtop '55 Rambler Station Wagen For a Real Deal on a Used Car see R AIr HANSLOW. LANGELLIER'S Your local Ford Product Dealer Since 1910 " Phones: Business, Lincoln 72-111 Residence, ML Pulak SW2:545