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HAGER, 91, RESIDENT IN SPRINGFIELD aret S. Hager, 91, 4th St., Springfield, Ill., Thursday, May in the St. John&apos;s Hos- Ill. She had since March 10. of advanced years  heart condition, were the of her illness. S. Schick was born 1869 in Mount Pulaski of Frank and Young Schick. She at- Pulaski schools city on June 2, 1892, John Hager, a aan who had come to this Terre Haute, Ind., be- in the mercantile Hager's brother, Frank was an early day Mount merchant. He was born in 1813, and after to the United States, he located in this city. He citizen and in the large two-story  on South Wash- in use after more Years. The Schick family one, and lived in house on South Wash- now occupied by Mrs. Tribbett. In her girlhood Hager was affection- to all her friends as Schick. their marriage Mr. Hager went to Terre to make their home. AT 00mp5ell's BIG ktOBILE HOME & SALE Saturday Cmd Sunday Came! Looked! Bought! to the thous- folks who attend- great sale event. the most mobile we have ever sold - but we did not all We had a stock to offer so are still some left. out on those by SPAR- the terrific price come see us other new and us- on hand for ira. Sale. Campbell Trailer Sales 4. 0th Side Fajrounds SPringfield, Illinois After Mr. Hager's death in 19=o0, she located in Springfiield, Ill. She was a member of the Cathed- ral of the Immaculate Conception at Springfield. In late years de- cedent made a number of trips to Mount Pulaski, calling on old friends. Mrs. Hager was the last member of the large Schick fam- ily. h She is survived by two daug - ters, Miss Margaret A. Hager of Joplin, Mo., and ?,Iisss Louise E. Hager of Springfield, Ill. There. are two nieces, Miss Mary Cath- erine Schick of Springfield and Margaret, wife of Wilford Scrog- gin, Jr., of the Mount Pulaski vi- cinity. The body was removed early Saturday morning, May 20, from the Smith Funeral Chapel, Spring- field, to the Frank Ryan Funeral Home in Terre Haute, Ind. Fol- lowing funeral services there, bur- ial was made in the Calvary Cem- etery at Terre Haute. GEORGE E. MORAN DIED AT DECATUR George E. Moran, 54, of 2416 E. North St., De<,atur, Ill., died Tuesday, May 16, 1961, at 9:45 p.m. in the Decatur and Macon County Tuberculosis San(torture in Decatur. His health began fail- ing several months ago. Mr. Moran was born Jan. 11, 1907, in Allenville, a son of John E. and Emma Yates Moran. In his young manhood he lived in Mt. iulaski for a time and then lo- cated in Decatur 26 3,ears ago. Mr. Moran was a truck driver by occupation and a member of the Teamsters Union Local 279, De- catur. In St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 18, 1935, he married Katherine Stiles. Decedent is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Norma) Boyd, of Decatur; four sons, John. Dale and George V. Moran, of Decatur, and, Charles Moran of Lincoln; his mother, Mrs. Emma Yates Moran of Sul- livan; two stepsons, Chesley and Glenn R. Hudson, Decatur; two step.daughters, Mrs. Franklin (Helena) Sargent and Mrs. Chas. (Dorothy) Delaney of Decatur; two brothers, Homer Moran of Vandalia and Otis Moran, of Humbolt. The body was taken to the J. J. Moran & Sons Funeral Home, Decatur, where funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 20, followed by interment in the Mount Pulaski Cemetery. NOTICE! Any member of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club not hav- ing paid their annual club dues, may do so at the Western Auto store to Mrs. Dale Near(lie. ...... i]"..:-:-'="- ........ --I KITClU eTTer DOX I ............. :. ..... .... .... ,Busy As ;ncipal of Freeport Junio I Thursday evelhng, May 18, the high school, I would like to thank  Sil-Termial Belles Kitchen Band 3' other-Daue,h- i -ou, and through you, all of the entertained at a M o i people of Mr. Pulaski for the very ter Banquet, held at the new VFW fine reception which was accord- i ed our band under the direction of i Lester Wemtz, a former teacher in i the Mt. Pulaski schools. All of those Who made the trip express their appreciation to those who made their concert tour so very pleasant. The band, and those who ac- companied it, cannot say enough for the way in which they were received and provided for. The tour and the concert at Mr. Pul- aski will be high lights of their careers in junior high school. Sincerely, Byron O. Cully, Princnpal. Dear Mr. Wible: Your announcement of my 90th birthday suro brought down a shower of letters and cards on me. Browning, I think said: "Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be." Sincerely, Harry M. Blout. I Dear Mr. WibleT" On "behalf of the Mt. Pulaski Women's Club, I wish to expres.s I our sincere thanks and appreo- i ation for the courtesies you have extended our organization during the past club year. We value the many pictures you have taken, especially at the county and district conventions held here, as they add greatly to our Press Book. We appreciate the" excellent news coverage and your contri- bution to our Publicity Program, which publicized our Sil-Tennial Celebration. Sincerely, Florence Schaffenacker, SecT. IN MEMORY OF HAROLD RYAN "Two long years-- or are they short years--Dad? Your family is remembering and we still feel sad. So many say: "Don't write such lines- it does not ease the pain" But- remembering all the good you did- The friends you helped THEIR gain. So, Dad- today- we pause to say We miss you still... Somehow- we know deep in our hearts- We always will." The Harold Ryan Family. building in Lincoln. After the banquet entertainment the band played numbers at the Avery & Comstock Furniture Store for the late evening shoppers. From there they went across the street and serenaded the police foroe and firemen, who were very pleased and applauded for a lot of en- cores. After returning to Mount Pul- aski the band played for 20 rain. grow grain NOT WEEDS| APPLY AMOCO Weed Killersl "rmd,fk Weeds caa vat grain yields by 65% I Prt with our complete line of AIoo tural Chemicals. Control broad-leafed weeds with oo 2,4-D Weed Kille--available in two, four and pound e.r8 and four pound am/he concentrate. Use Aoco MCP Woad Killer where legumes are seeded. To protect your crop6 and your profits, call rne for DOORSTEP DELIVERY at no era ! Charles H. Hanslow (STANDARD) Standa Oil Agmst Mr. pULASKI, ILL Dial SW 2.5616 ranm m. mlsm d mrJll ml. cgmqx/ utes, each. at the Bertoni ]staur- ant and T Cofl,Shop,,Wse they were well elved. On Friday night, the Kltc,*n Band put on a half.hour novelty program at the Birks School, fol. lowing their Athletic Banquet. May 27, er' Worthy Matron's and Worthy Patron's Night 'at the Hall, the band will present musical numbers. The should be there at 9:20 p.m. The Kitchen Band has received :: | an invitation to. play at Elkhal i Homec(ing, Emden Homeeo : !l lng, Dawson Centennial; ml, :: l Herrtek, Ill. for a July 4th 1 cert. .... ::!  Sell it with a ClusifI, | Has You00r Oar Been Cured d SPRING FEVERP If it hasn't, you bttor bring R to Doctor" ITaym* and let his 'lospitul" staff getright to work it and have it/ully md% that have aeumu]atod this winter. HAYES. 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