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THIS IS JUST A FAIR SAMPLE of the many bearded men that are to be seen in the Mount Pulaski community right now. The Brothers of the Brush number over 200. Front Row, left to right: Tom Kennedy, Donald Allspach, Ivan Leimbach, Robert Keek, Vernon Hassebrock. Middle Row: Wade Schott, Julian Sams, Willard Remmert, Russell Curtis. Back Row: Albert Grathwohl, Darrell Knauer, Otis Hnwe, Jr., Leslie Braun, Fred Paolone.--Times.News Photo. Brofhers of fhe Brush Number More Than 200 Louis Mercier, Homer Stouten- borough, Frank Pope, Kenneth Holmes, Vernon Voelker, Clyde hreve, Dave Detar, Aaron Riggs, Dale Fuhrer, Robert Ryan, Duane Copeland, Harvey M. Davis, Jr., Richard Hayes, Jr., C. H. (Jinks) Leckbee, Russell Curtis, Loren Hassebrock, Fred Holmes, Nor- man Muck, Don Snyder, Elmer Schaffenacker, Donald Copeland, Darrell Knauer. Ken Zimmerman (hone. mem- ber), Roy Aylesworth, Robert Aylesworth, Robert Rothwell, Jr., William Rothwell, Jr., William Broughton, Franklin Shanle, Ro- bert Bakies, Donald Allspach, Ger- ald Pharis, Joseph W. Lucas, Al- bert Grathwohl, Eugene Downing, Keith Wilham, Earl Drake, John West, Harry Wayne Milner, A1 Bahn, Ralph Harbert, John Troyer, Ronnie Kincaid, Red Beaver, Fred Stogdell, Earl Rau, Dallas Knoy, Russell Rowe, John Marshall, Vernon Hasse- brock, John Hasebrock, Bob Ham- reel, Taylorville, John Muir, Keith Howe, Harold Deibert, Richard L. Hayes, Bill Ayers, Harry Hahn, Charles Stopher, Austin Yoeum, Claude Buckles, Elza D. Oglesby, Earl Holmes, Harvey Robinson, Bill Rentmeister, Robert Jackson, Ray Letterle, Austin Schaffenack- er, E. D. Cares, Rell Schroth, Eugene Stoll, Dean Cates, Loren Meister, Earl Phillips, Ernest Ed- wards, Harry" Hild, Herman Cull, Otto Torbeck, Froggy Froschauer, Fred Paolone, Willard Remmert, James R. Jackson, Franklin Bohn, Todd Buehler, Melvin Hassebrock, Larry Shanle, Kirksville, Me., Ro- bert E. Shanle, Robert W. Shanle, Robert Gulso, Robert Scroggin, John A. Scroggin, Keith Shehom, Byron Downing, Jim Tucker, Herbert Stivers, Harry Lucas, Andrew Wiggers, W. H. Vandevender, Ivan Leimbach, Joe Matthews, Glover Matthews, Jack Zimermann, Dean Foster, Frederick Zimmermann, John Kerschner, Robert Keck, Karl Dittus, Bud Shilling, Herb Troyer, Paul Manes, Jim Birdwell, Wilbur Stoll, Cecil Wilham, John Bender, Jim Brown, Harold Tendick, Jr., Jack Rothwell, Arthur Irwin, Cleatus Clobes, Charles Hanslow, Jr., William H. Leimbach, Wilbur Schroth, Rolla Shively, Everett Rothwell, Bill Dittus, Ed Schaffenacker, Earl Maxheimer, Harold (Red) Braun, Otto Bandelow, Robert Ayers, Wil- bur Yagow, John Crosier, Alvin Rentschler, Loren Mitteisteadt, J. C. Goddard, Loren Holmes, Don Oisen, Elmer Laughery, Otis Howe, Jr., Arvin Potter, Eugene Weckel, Oswald Brooker, Larry Cyrulik, Paul Baker, Wilbert Schahl, Horace Curry, Orville Fulk, T. A. Gupton, Sr., Ellis Downing, Earl Riggs, Orville Downing, Ambrose Witt, Richard Wilham, Oliver Connolley, Clifford Cruse, OHver Letterle, John Stopher, Howard Bryson, John McCain, Don Nea- ville, Kenneth Brooker, Sheldon Goodman, Richard Edwards, Paul Moore, Jim Koch, Darold Deibert, Wal. ter Moll, Kenneth Pharis, Carl Ire- land, Richard Kirby, John Alis- pach, Percy Kepner, Edwin Bak- er, John Utterback, Mervin Bry- son, Tom Stratton, Orville Taylor, Walter Schafer, Dale Neaville, Richard (Fuzz) Froschauer, Or- ville Bandelow, Darrell Bree, John Bates, Don Schahl, Fred Stahl Russell Shull, Ray Hassebroek Dalen Shellhammer, Tom Havener, Jr., Charles Volle Tom Havener, St., George A. Voile Dan Voile, Paul Voile, Lan Shull, Oliver Diez, Billy Joe Ma- son, Oscar Poffenbarger, Herloph Sather, Paul Fuhrer. Delbert (Preach) Horn, Gene Howe, Joe Scanlon, Leonard McCann, Gene Clear, B. W. Gillum, Haldon Bow- ers, Wayne Howe, Dick Shull, Raymond Sams, Milton French, i Frank (Bud) Passmore, Harry J. Wible, Orville Koehl- ]er, Ray Hummel, Julian Sams Everett Streenz, Larry Wilham Harry Van Hook, Carl Holland Wesley Carter, Kenneth Patterson James A. Jackson, Claus Tanner Ray Richner, Floyd Buckles, Vin cent Stoll, Charles Donnolley, John Grathwohl, Steve Romer, Donald McCain, Win Allsopp, Walter Dannenberger, Kenneth Connolley, Ed Froschauer, Jr., Bert Fraim, Harold Haynes, John Howe, Dean Leesman, L. K. BuckleS, Schott, Donald Birks, nolley, Wayne Shanle, White, Charles Henry Gieseke, John Meyers, Franklin Des May, Joe Doud, William G. Koehler Sheldon Copeland, coin, Eugene Camden, Bill Curtis, Kenneth Stoll, Howe. WE SUPPLY THE TOOLS FOR MODERN FARMIllO WHEN the early pioneers first tilled the fertile soil that surrounds Mount Pulaski, all they need. ed was a team of horses, a plow, a few hand tools, and lots of energy for the hard labor necessary to plant and harvest their fields. TODAY'S modern farming methods, with large acreages maintained by one man, demands de- pendable, machines to do the work that once was hand labor. IT is our business to supply and maintain m modern implements, and to make cea acls. farmer gest just the right machine for his pax- lar needs. WE enjoy the many friendships we have e since 1942 when we first started serving facit in this area. Now, on the occasion of th 125th Anniversary, we offer our Sincere Grem-LG and Congratulations to every resident of use - Smith Implement YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER D TRACTORS -- McCORMIC.DEERING -- TRUClLq PHONE: SW 2.5133 ROUTE 121 MOUNT PULASWI