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LOOKING WEST FROM MULDOON BRIDGE south of city. DRAINAGE DITCH at Muldoon bridge south of Mount Pulaski, full to overflowing. "MA AND PA KETTL BACK ON THE FARM" , frenzied search for a uranium deposit on the Universal-International's newest Kettle comedy Kettle Back on the Farm." starring Marjorle Main llere. Ray Collins tries to explain the relationshlp the atom bomb to the puzzled Kettles. Richard Long are featured in the new comedy. Leonard Goldstein MT. PULASKI THEATRE, SUN.. Matinee at 2 o'clock mmm CENTRAL ILLINOIS ELECTRIC and Gas Co. crew at work re- pairing lines in south part of county. They worked many hours of overtime to restore service. To every bereaved family, the farewell cere- emony is an outstanding event, etched deeply in its memory. And because we serve as we would be served, each service is to us a special occasion that calls for the employment of our facilities and abilities. Our wide range of prices provide for every wish or circumstance, but while the cost of the funeral may vary, the quality of our funeral service remains un- changed. . All Late Model Used Cars Sold With A Written Guarantee! We have the-- , e,n., NEw ..., CHEVROLET Tlll * Factory Approved Eqmpment / ton Pick-up .......... $13" qv * Factory Trained Men * Body Rebuilding and Painting Experience Five 6-ply Tires _,dO /4 ton Pick-up. .$1S_." d to,, Pi.p ...Z.i.,s" 4-speed transmisaiost Plus 2 % Tax Schahl Funeral Home PHONE 235 MOUNT PULASKI UGSPURGE LEINES. ,.o