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BURNING ACETYLENE TORCH threatened the Modern Plumbing and Heating es- ablihment last week when it caught on fire in the basement and threatened to burn l'hr(,L:uh To the first floor before firemen dragged it out and got it under control. --Times.News Photo. TIMES-NEWS. Mount Pulaski. Ill.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 10. 1961...,.9 OLD FIREMENS TEAM was portrayed by this roup of present firemen in one of the pageant scenes. Front, left to right--John Holm(s, Lloyd Turner. Second Row: Harry Van Hook and Jack Boyer. Third Row: (;arleton Drake and Chas. Sehultz, Back: Frederick Lipp, Chief.--Times-News Pho(;. ),v'flNE! lebration Guess I just as II . I miv, sed the whole ce " . ,, ' t ke another nap and be ready for the 150th anniversary., %. e Way Bud French must have felt from the looks of this p]c- RICHARD LYLE mad WILLIAM FRANKLIN, are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hames of Mt. Pul- ask!. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lynch of WarTensburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thoma- son of Kenney. Great.grandmother is Mrs. Gusta Lee Wagoner, of Russellville, Ky. JOHN EDWARD STOLL, 8tA months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Stoll of Chestnut. Grandparents are Mrs. Karl F. Rledel of Decatur and Mrs. Lulu Stoll of Chestnut