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HAHN FAMILY REUNION IN HAVANA AUG. 13th Descendants of Mr. and Mrs. :: Louis Hahn will hold a family reunion at the Havana Chautau- qua Grounds on Sunday, Aug. 13. A basket dinner and fish fry will be held at noon. The Wilham-Beck reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 6, at the Manners Park in Taylorville. The Tendick reunion will be held Tuesday, Aug. 8, at the Le- gion Home in Mount Pulaski. A basket dinner at 6 p.m. The Poffenbarger reunion was held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center Sunda July 30. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Roberts and Bazil Dane, of Edin- burg; Mrs. Letha Smith of Pal- : m_er; Homer Poffenbarger, Lin- coln; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jo Shan- le, Connie Shanle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and children, Janet and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stopher, Ida Dittman and : Mrs. Celia Poffenbager. The following officers were elected: President, Homer Poffen- burger; Vice-President, Bazil ; Secretary-Treasurer, Elber- ta Poor. The youngest member present was Jimmy Poffenbarger and the "oldest was Mrs. Letha Smith. :The next reunion will be held :July 30, 1961, at the same place. The 35th annual reunion of the and Catherine Kiick family was held in Fairview Park, De- catur, on July 30, with 51 mem- bers present. The following oltic- ers were elected for the coming President, Bill Elwood of Decatur; Vice President and His- torian, Bart House of NewTnan; Secretary, Iona Seefeldt, Mount ; Treasurer, Charles Kiick, : of Decatur. : Those present were: Mr. and Loy Games and son, Gary, Mr, and M Leland Buckles and Kathy, Janet and Nell, Vera Games and daughter, Ann, Mrs. Catherine Vaughn, of Latham; Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Kiick, Mr. and Mrs. William glwood and four children, Mrs Pearl Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Charl- es Kiick and children, Charlene, Tina and Jenny, : Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carlson and :: children Janet and Nancy, Mr. Mrs. Raymond Kiick, Mr. and :Mm. Nelson Vaughn and son Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cum- and son, Mike, Mrs. Lois Kiick of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peebles and daughter, Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kiick, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Bart and children, Bart Jr. and of Newman; Mr. and Mrs. Kiick and children, Brad and Cheryl, of Downers Grove OUR THANKS I for all the cards, let- and cash, and special thanks I friends who brought my wife tO see me while I was a patient at the Dwight hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Easter NOTE OF THANKS To all the twenty-eight Sil- J nial Ladies for my lovely gift i remembrance for being your', chairman. It was such a pleasure i working with all of you. i Glad Buckles. ] CHURCHES CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.Bible School :30 a.m.---Church Services :7:15 pxn.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour D. v_. Xircler, Ph. PY6-5911 Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service are invited to worship with Mass on Sunday, Aug. 6, will be held at 8 am. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "Abiding in Christ." SpeakerMr. Larry Ball 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Launching Out For God!" SpeakerMr. John Horton. Announcements We are happy to announce that Larry Ball will be filling the pul- pit on Sunday morning, Aug. 6, and John Horton, minister of the Cornland Christian Church, will fill the pulpit that evening Sid Lee will be in charge of Prayer Meeting on Aug. 2, 9, and lfith, in the absence of the rain- k ister. 1 Tug. 9 - 17 Pastor and Mrs. Rothe i The Church Board will meet] on vacation. !on Friday night, Aug. 11 at 8 P'I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH m., at the church, i Cur. Jefferson and Vine LATHAM METHODIST Clifford D. Smith, Ministel Paul Du Bots, Pastor Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Allsopp, Supt. Morning Worshil>--9:30 a.rm Worship Service at 10 azn. Sunday School--10:30 axn. Serman by the Rev. Mr. Smith, ZI v_rt.-m,,N rmt "A Good Steward". Scripture Les- .................... son, Matthew 25 14-30 Church of the Lutheran Hour I _ . " ,, Rev. Martin RoU Ph. SW2-5965J rrext, I Peter 4. 10, As Every ....... I man hath received the gift, even FrL,  p.m. unaay cnoot I so minister the same one to an- Teachers ot er as ..... "_   I h , good stewards of the haL, - anu #- pan. ommun- manifold grave of God" ion Announcements ..... " ....... I I pecml music, sponsored by bunaay,  am bunaay ,cnoo . . _., __ - I Mrs. Betty Sams w,,u w,,, p,- and Bible Classes I " ' ." _ . , sent Maxme Schultz. 10 a.m.. Commumon,, Service, I A cordial welco^,,c  '" c,,ucu"*^--'^" 1st Kings 19, 9. , Gods Curet o all who wish to attend these mr uesponuency.' [ services. Mon., 9 a.m. Private Communion ] Senior Methodist Youth Fellow. at the church office. 'ship Potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Tommie Havener REALTY CO. City, Suburban mad Farm Properties 311 West Cookie St. 2.5478 - Mount Pulaski iiii ii :  i Friday, Aug. 4. Ushers for August: son, Wade Schott, SL JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, Sunday Schoo19:30 Worship The Pastor's Sermon "Threats To Our A cordial welcome to METHODIST Chestnut  Rev. Roy W. TrueblL ',,,,0o 9:00 a.m. Sunday Sch_m 10:00 a.m. Morning W ' vice. TH rSST LouisE. latt. 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship - 7:30 p.m. Evening A cordial invitation WAREHOUSE SALE STARTS FRIDAY, AUG, 4 -- THROUGH AUGUST 31 OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY . 9 to 8  SAtrHtDAY. 9 to 6 WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! KROEHLER 3-Pc. SECTIONAL ATKINS 48" DROP LEAF TABLE 1 EXTRA _ Nylon Freize Cover 4 SIDE CHAIRS 50" BUFFET - LOW HU3," $239.95 wih trade $159.95 KROEHLER 2-Pc. SUITE Nylon Freize Cover $199.95 with trade $129.95 IF YOU NEED A 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE OR SECTIONAL at $100.00 LESS THAN YOU EX- PECTED TO PAY. WE HAVE IT | 501 DUPONT NYLONS Continuous Filaments $4.95 - $5.95 - $6.95 - $7.9,5 - $8.95 $9.95 - $11,95 BERKLINE RECLINER OR SWIVEL ROCKER $99.95 Now $75.00 WOOLS and NYLONS 15' x12'8" - - S 82.40 15' x 17'4" - - - . S164.00 12' x 17" 7" - - S152.00 15' x 12'4" . - S129.00 12" x 13'3" - . - S 73J}0 IS' x 12'3" - - - S129.} 15' x 26'8" . - - S2310 12' x 7"P" - - " " - S 39.95 12' x 15" - - - S 89.95' 12' x 28"5" - - - Sl14.00 50 more Remnants 50 at down to earth prices m0% viSCOSE CARPer $3.95 per yard $1.99 per yard 100% HEAVY VISCOSE CARPET $2.79 per yard ALL WOOLS PLAIN OR TWEED $4.95 per yard Now - $3.95 per yard Some Roll Ends - - $1.95 per yard WILLIAMS RANCH OAK DOBLE DRESSER CHEST AND BED $277.00 Now $199.95 DREXEL PROFILE DOUBLE DRESSER, CHEST AND PANEL BED $407.00 Now $239.95 KROEHLER 72" 12.DRAWER DRESSER TWIN MIRROR PANEL BED $336.60 Now $179.95 B P JOHNS 3-PIECE DOUBLE DRESSER, CHEST. PANEL BED $403.50 Now $209.95 i i i WAYSI00DE Open -- Monday "South On Highway 51 GLASS TOP TABLE $129.95 $309.95 Now $189.95_.11 8-PIECE DINING ROOM OUTFIT DROP LEAF TABLE 6 CHAIRS 48" CHINA $354.00 Now $229.95..... 5 PIECE 4 MATCHING C Now $79.95 BROYHILL CHERRY FRENCH ,. 72" TRIPLE DRESSER - 5-DRAWER CHY *D FANCY CHAIR BACK BED $464.00 Now $3o.9.95....i. 5- PIECE LLOYD DINETTE SET . 42" Round Table, 18" Leaf. 4 Matching Chair" $139.95 Now $79.95 BEDROOM SUITES Double Dressers. Chests. Bookcase Beds $179.95 With Trade $139.95 DELIVERED IN CRATE $129.95 1 3i3 KLING SOLID MAPLE BED $79.95 Now $29.95 1 313 BASSETT SPINDLE BED $69.95 Now $19.95 1 313 BASSETT PANEL BED $59.95 Now $14.95 1 46 TELL CITY SOLID CHERRY BED $89.95 Now $39.95 1 ATKINS CHEST ON CHEST $99.95 Now $49.95 ..... 4 PIECE BEDROOM OUTFIT Corner Desk, 3"0 '' Chest, 30" Door C, ahinet 24" Open Cabinet $230.00 Now $139.9 OCCASIONAL TABLES Broken Lots Discontinued 1 or 2 of a kind Some Number Full 5etl $19.95 - $29.95 Now $6.95 - $8" -N  BEDS  O-F DISCONTI r _.==_.._.=.=.=.-.." BEDROOM SUITES $39.95 Now $19.95 1 3-DRAWER CHEST WALNUT $39.95 Now $22.95 FURNITURE - Friday. 9 A.M.. 8 P.M. --Saturday - 9 A.M.. 6 P.M. CLINTON, ILLINOIS