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AUGUST 16, I951 REUNION FAMILY HERE SUNDAY th annual reunion of the families, who lived in Chapel community of Mount Pulaski, was August 12, at the in Mount Pulaski. 54 persons present, a picnic dinner at business meeting fol- nner officers were elect- follows: Mrs. Irene "president; Mrs. Mol- vice-president; R. H. and treasurer was given. The attended: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar French, Mrs. Mi- R L. Humphreys, H. A. Fortman, Mr. Harold Broughton, Mr. Lessen, Mr. and French and family, Archie Fortman and and Mrs. Robert family, Mrs. Ada- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Charles McKinley, Mr. A. McKinley. Mr. and'Mrs. Shelby Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. and family, Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mc Wis.: Miss Maur- Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Mr. and Mrs. Lor- :N Mr. and Mrs. Dean was Jeannine Max- home is in Canada. Mrs. James Anderson, the of a son August 8. in Springfield. Mrs. John Dougherty are the parents of a Monday, August Clara's hospital, Lin. child, both girls. the former Jean Pulaski. born Saturday, Aug. and Mrs. William their home south of little man has been lliam, Jr. They now Children, all boys. TEST d Paint lio miracle pigmen. I00ANIUM   world's stroest '&RANTEE: *v y*lio,, rub o, -,ash refunded. G*L r.smL ,kmmple can SOt r ,p#? o-,tdl lrs* , Paint Co. THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASEI, ILLINOIS NIHLAS BABY DIED DAY FOLLOWING BIRTH Earl Edward, infant son of Ar- thur and Frieda Schultz Nihlas, of Cornland, who was born at the family home Wednesday, August 8, 1951, died at 5 p.m. Thursday in Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. The body of the day-old baby removed to the |chahli vvas funeral home in Mount Pulaski. At noon on Friday-it was taken to the Constant cemetery south- west of Cornland, for burial. Graveside services were conduct- ed by Rev. Frank Bush. Besides the parents other sur- vivors are one sister, Sandra, and a brother, Allen Eugene, at home. CARD OF THANKS To our many friends and rela- tives in Logan county we want to express our sincere thanks for their acts of kindness and sym- pathies extended, at the time of the funeral at -the Methodist church in Mount Plaski last Friday of our beloved mother, lrs. Lou Emma Dow-ning who died Wednesday, August 8 in Waterloo, Iowa. ! ANNUAL DANNER FAMILY I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Romer REUNION HELD SUNDAY ! and son Dean entertained with a The Tomlinson Recreation Cen- fried chicken dinner Saturday ter in Mount Pulaski was the evening, August 11, in honor of scene of the Danner family re- Mr. Romer's sister, Mrs. Clyde union on Sunday, August 12, !.Haldane and husband of Berwyn. with 0 members present to par- ticipate in the picnic d]nner at noon. Included in the group were members from St. Louis, Mo., Springfield, Decatur, Beason, Lin coin, Carthage, New Holland and Mount Pulaski. The oldest man was C. A. RODs of this city; the oldest woman was Mrs. Mary Klein of Lincoln; the most recently married couple was Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dan- I ner of Springfield ; Richard !Stansburg of Springfield was the youngest child; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shoemaker of Carthage traveled the farthest distance. All were awarded prizes. : It was voted to hold the 1952 reunion on August 24 at the same location. Mrs. Gustav Hoffmann, Chi- cago, arrived Tuesday for a visit of several days with her son, Rev. Albert G. Hoffmann and The Family. family" i Others present included: Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kautz, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berg, sons Jimmy and Michael, Mrs. Cora Lipp and Miss[ Dorthalene Lipp, the latter of Springfield. Following the dinner [ cards were enjoyed. 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