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PAGI SIX iil DOLL SHOW DREW FINE ASSORTMENT Dolls galore were displayed at the summer llaygrounds on Friday afternoon in the annual Doll Show with numerous priz- es being awarded for all class. es of dolls. Winners of ribbon awards and their classifications were:- Biggest Doll: Susan Wagner, Terry Meister, Gary Ey. , "'malIeSt + DoI: i.ihby Meister, Susan Wagner, Franc'eS Brown, arol Biesemeier. r | he-tff6St "+ St()ry . Boor " Doll: [Donna Ayers, Linda Hamm and .+Vickiei Passmore. ' Prettiest Baby'Dll: aron Montgomery, Susan Connolley, Sandra Stratton and Marilyn Fuhrer. Prettiest Girl Doll: Linda Kuhns, Ann- Haxgrave, Linda Stivers. Oldest Doll: Anne Weckel, Lois Ann Davis, Ann Hargrave and Sonja Weller. Largest Story Book Doll: Don- na Ayers, Sharon Montgomery and Myrna Ayers. Unusual Doll: Bobby Harem, Danny Lee, Diane Hamm, Denny Myrick. Special Doll: Sharon Hahn, Linda Stivers, Linda-Ayers and Libby Meister. : , W ,l , - , here, were sungJay Mrs. Harry J. wmie, with organ accolpani. ment by Mrs: G. F:Wait. Burial was in the Mount Pu- laski cemetery. Pallbearers were Wesley Laughery. Harry Sisk, Morrell Deibert, ,Lloyd :Payne, + !Harold Broughtofftaffd JOhn r- tie.., Mrs. Downing was the former Lou Emma Carson of French's Chapel vicinity.  + THZ IIOUIq'F PI[ii, Aslri TIMES. NEWS, IIOUNT PULASKI, ILZ.INOIS Lincoln, died at 11:15 a.m. Mon- day, August 13, 1951, in the St. !Clara's hospital, that city. He was born January 20, 1889, in Lake Fork, Ill., a son of the: late William and Lucy Doty Simons. In Lincoln on October 7, 1909, he married Elizabeth IL Stolz. He was a truck driver for the Central Illinois Electric and Gas Co. Besides his wife, he is surviv. er by one daughter, Mrs. Rqsena Sheridan of Lincoln; five sons Donnell of Chicago; Walter, Ray- !mond and Kenneth, of Lincoln; and Lawrence of Cornelius, Ore. Also, three sisters, Mrs. Mary Thomas of Chicago; Mrs. Grace Bowker of Lincoln; and Mrs. Rosalee Davidson of Indianapo- lis, Indiana. Funeral services were held in the Wright funeral home, Lin- coln, on Wednesday, August 15. Burial was made in the Carlyle cemetery, west of Mount Pulaski JOHN W. SIMONS, 62, ! DEAN McKINLEY HAS FORMER RESIDENT MOTORCYCLE CRASH Dean McKinley, 26, of Chest- OF LAKE FOP, g, DIES nut vicinity sustained severe John William Simons, 62, of lrizes awarded to Mrs. Charles cuts and bruises about 10:30 a. Funeral Sees Held For Lou Emm Downey Mrs. Carl S. Fink of Beason. The remains of&/Lou Era-I Miss Bender is emt)loyed by ma Downing, widow of Eleorge/the State Farm Insurance Co. in: L; Downing of rii L llip., who  Bloomington. Mr. Fink is station. aied Wednesday, Augur. 8, at|at Chanute Field Air Base " the home of her 'daughter, :Mrs.| Myrle Corwin in WaterlQ0, Iowa t arrived inMuntPulaski+Fi'ldayt JOIN THF aernoon , August 10  Sna 1  services were conducted tly Rev. F-E. Neumeyer in the Methodist THOUSAN[}$ church at 3 o'clock .... ' . ' +o 00y00os, SWITCHi TO and 'Beautiful 'Isle of :S0xne- BEASON COUPLE TO WED IN SEPTEMBER Miss Dorothy Bender of Bloom. ington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bender of Beason, will become the bride of Donald Fink of Beason on Sunday, Sept. 16. Mr. Fink is the son of Mr. and , r , +''- ''Must'' For A CoUege Education Your 'B00mkbook Yes! Created a bit at a timei+ Hke a growing pearl, your bankbook soon becomes an "open sesame" to the land of your dreams. Maintain it faithfully, make a regular deposit each week, and there is your children's college education waiting for them. ()r if you will, the capital you need for beginning a st ilessful business of your own. But remember this...  must begin now before your opportunity has hastem 3d past you. So, come in today and begin building a s ccessful tomorrow ! FARMER S BANK MemberFederal D osit Corporation m. last Friday when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a fence along a country road a mile from his home. He was taken to the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, in the Schahl ambulance. It is thought that the motor. cycle skidded in loose gravel, i Miscellaneous Shower For Dorothy Saathoff Miss Dorothy Jane Saathoff of Litchfield, was recently honored at a miscellaneous shower given in the home of Mrs. Gerald Dit- tus of the Chestnut vicinity. Contests were enjoyed and prizes awarder to Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow, Mrs. August Evers and Mrs. Marlene Dierker. The color scheme of pastel col- ors was used in decorations and refresh ments. Hostesses were: Mrs. Gerald Dittus of Chestnut; Miss Nigal Dittus of Litchfield. Miss Saathoff was married on Sunday, August 12, in Litchfield, to Nimrod Wayne Dittus of that vicinity. ATTENDED FAMILY REUNION IN RED TOP, MISSOURI More than one hundred rela- tives of the Cowan and Patter. son families, held their annual reunion Sunday, August 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Patterson in Red Top, Mo. Those present from Mount Pu- laski were: Mr. and Mrs. James: W. Cowan, Mrs. Willa Cullen, Mrs. Edward Dittus and daugh. ter Phyllis Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Patterson From Chestnut Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowan and son David. Chestnut Young Man To Wed Lincoln Girl Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Gam- brel of Lincoln have announced the engagement and approach- ing marriage of their daughter, Jo Ann to Dwaine W. Kretzinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kret- zinger of Chestnut. The ceremony will take place DAY, Friday, Sept. 21 at the St. Mary's church Miss Gambrel is bookkeeper in the in Lincoln and Mr. employed in -Decatur by nois Central railroad. Harold Deibert, now in Rock Island, spen end with his family HOME YOUR DEPOSITS - REGULARLY Every payday-- on the payday-- put m::: 7 in the bank. You'll thank your- sc  in .ears to co., e when you start to el,;y the fruits of your thrifty wa]s. The First National Bank maOUNT PULAS gJNOO$ "Why Our Family owns 13 Dodge curs "l was first in our large foml'ly tO own .! Dodge," driving, they all began to swing over to Dodge. says Frank Perrotti, Woodbrldge, Conn. "But once Today my family owns 13 Dodge cars and 11 the rest of the Perrott| family sow my Dodge, Dodge trucks . . . and that's saying plenty for rode in it, compared it with the cars they were Dodge value and dependability." ! %u could pay up to $1,000 mo and nor get all the extra morn, riding comoM' and mous dependability of Dodge . ou get a taste of Dodge roominess and comfort . . . once you see Dodge bigger dollar- for-dollar VALUE . . . )'our good judgment tells you that here is the car for you and your familyl New Riding Comfort Today you want a car that's built to last . . . one that laves you money mile after mile. And you want com[ort, (co. You :ant a car that protects you from bumps and jolts--even over back roads or detour,. With the new Dodge Oriflow Ride, bumpy roads, ruts and chuck holes magically melt away. Come in and judge for yourself. See if you don't agree that you could pay up to $1,000 more for a car anti still not get all the extra room, riding comfort, laety and famous dependabihty of Dodge. Speccotims and equ/pment subl $o chong, wifhod notice VkUJE Feeling Is Bel|evingl You sit and ride in colort in a Dodge. There's loads of elbow room, leg room, head room. .1.'. Spend Five Minuted roe ,000  coukl F4+Y more and still' Dick Shuil Motor 00Co. J