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Did You Know - The world's oldest set of twins celebrated. their 102nd birthday in Wales. And twir births in the U,S. have doubled in the last 30 years. Elmer Lloyd Bahn, 96, of A Canadian man Mt. Pulaski, formerly of crossed into the U.S. Chestnut, died at Decatur using his iPad to show Memorial Hospital at 7:30 his passport, anl [amlary 11, 2012. An Illinois man'is Mr. Bahn was born. on suing ComcastCable . November 6, 1915 in Mt In Mem0ry Bahn alleging th 9 company installed a cable box full of cockroaches. The French are , making their counts citizenship test more difficult. rl top prica pa for a Super Bowl ad this year on NBC was $4 Million. Vernon, Indiana, the son of Edward and Lydia Connor Balm. He married Frances Callison on September 9, 1942 in Las Vegas. He later married Jackie Tanfler on October 15, 1974, also in Las Vegas. Both wives preceded him in death. He was a heavy equipment operator on road mainte- nance. Garry L. Olden, 70, of Lincoln, died at his home January 1, 2012. Garry was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Mike Olden. Garry was born to Cliff and Nora Brasel Olden on July .21, 1941 in Kinmundy. He worked for ICRR for 41 Fie is survived by two broth- ers Vemeil (Kathryn) Bahn and Vemell (Dorothy) Bahn, 'both of Mt. Pulaski..His parents, wives, three.brothets, and one sister precede him'in Odeath. Graveside services were Friday January 13 at Laenna Cemetery. Rey. Christopher Decker officiated.-The Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post #447 accorded full military rites " Memorials: American Catlcer Society. Fricke-Calvert-$chrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski was entrusted with arrange- ments. Alice Marie (Warren) Lee - Cross, 79, of Mt. Pulaski died at 7:50 A.M. Wednes- day, December 14, 2011 at her residence. Mrs. Cross was born on August 25, 1932 the laughter of Walter and Linda Mooney Warren in Milmine, IL. She was a registered nurse. She was the former DirectOr of-Nrsing at Vonder- lieth Living Center in Mt. Pulaski as well as the school nurse at Mt. Pulaski Grade School. years ending his career with his children and as a Signal Inspector. grandchildren's many He married Margaret R. sport activities; " from Bouseman on June 9, keeping score at Hilltop- 1957 in .Kkmaundy. She per basketball games, survives in Lincoln. umpiring, refereeing Garry) is suryi.'ved by games, maintaining the his five children: Pamela ball diamonds at Topper (Daniel) Wolfe, Sherri field, WLB and others, (Victor) Clark, Charles but most imporianfly (Debbie) Olden, .Scott he was a fan. He played (Holly) Olden, and Cris- men's slow-pitch softball tineOlden, for many years, with Garry loved sports. He teams from Decatur and was an avid Green Bay Mt Pulaski; Chrysler, Packer fan as well as a Bonds, Georges IGA, diehard St. Louis Cardi- Bo-Jac and Decatur nal fan having tried out Oxyg.en which won the for the team in the 1950s. National Tournament m Garry was very involved the early 1970s. He was She married. Robert ters, Theresa (Norman) S. Lee on June 7, 1953 McCormick of Decatur, in Mr. Pulaski. He pre- Debby (Larry) Evans ceded her in death on of Flan.agan, Carolyn June 24, 1985. She mar- (Dave) Frank of Aren- tied Dr. Leland Cross on zvilte, and Laura Lee .June 25, 2005 in Lincoln. of Mt. Pulaski. She is He survives. . also survived by six step Mi-s. Cross was children, Laurel Cross a volunteer for the of Washington State, Mt. Pulaski Histori- Maribcth (Ted) Berg- cal Museum, the Mt. strom of Walla Walla, Pulaski Grade School, WA, Lavonne (Andrew) and for the American Gross of Beaverton, OR, Red C{oss. She was" Andrew (Barb) Cross of a Decatur Memorial Portland, OR, Janine Hospital School of Nurs-" (Colin) Saxton of New- ing Alumni.. She was berg, OR and Teresa also affiliated with the Cross of Williamsburg, Mt. Pulaski Ctiristian VA. One brother, John Church and Mt. Pulaski (Marilyn) Warren of St. John's" Lutheran Duluth, MN, Three sis- Church.. ters Anna, (Paul) Quandt She is survived by of Cocoa, FL, Betty- her husband, daugh- (Keith) Marlow of AIbu- Thursday - January 19, 2012 ;,r,/.5,,,,/,s from .the Family '.of Alice (Lee) Cross Thank you to everyone for the kind. words, concerns, cards, food and flowers given at our time of loss. Your thoughtful- ness is so greatly appreciated. c,,d.,/s from the Family of Victoria Caudill Thank you for the sympathy cards, tood, phone calls, and messages of kind- hesS upon the loss of our loved one Vic- toria Caudill. A special thanks to the staff at Vderlieth Living Center for their tender care and Mnd- tles& . Vi Passmore - Jerry & Jenni B rpwn Shane Hollis Mt Pulaski Township Historical Sbciety meets the last Monday of the month January 31 meeting - 1:30 pm. [ Odd Fellow Heritage ] Affordable Housing for qualified people Buffalo - W'dliamsville llllopolis For information call: 217-364-4828 Or 217-341-6453 also Very active in his church, an example of Christ 'to many. He was the best husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend. He will be missed temoly, but his memory lives on in each of us. Out of respect for Oarry the family has chosen to have a closed casket service, so he can be remembered as he was. There will be Private graveside service at a later date, Rev. Tony Shuff wilt conduct ser- vices. Memorials: The Olden Family. t OAM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. 792-5502 MANLEY [MONUMENTS I We guarantee the lowest price for the querque, NM, Pansy Drake of Colliersville TN, six grandchildren, nine step grandchildren, and eight great-grand- children. Her parents, husband Bob Lee, four brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Services for Mrs. Cross were held Monday, December 19 at Frieke- Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Mt: Pulaski." Norman McCormick officiated. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery. " Memorials: Vonder- lieth Living Center or to the Michael J. Fox Parkinson's Research Foundation. Mt. Pulaski Times highest quality monuments & craftsmanship as Since 1945 713 HICKOX DR. - LINCOLN 735-4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.eom 9