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3. Ed i irch -  inkle- i sew- i : pot-li , one ice. 15. et a- Ld a- MRS. OSCAR OLSEN DIED IN KANSAS Mrs. Ida Elizabeth (Leapley) Olsen, 71, of Winfield, Kans., died Sunday, Jan. 15, 1961, in a hos- pital there, after a short illness. She had been a resident of Win- field the past year, after she and her husband retired from a ranch in Oklahoma. Mrs. Leapley was born near Mount Pulaski in 1880, a daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leap- ley. She was married to Oscar Olsen, who survives with a dau- ghter Mrs. Pearl Mitchell of White Hall, Mich.; two stepsons in Oklahoma; three sisters, Nellie Howe of Latham; Nora Smith of Cedar Vale, Kans.; Mrs. Lillie Reynolds of San Diego, Calif., and a brother, John (Jack) Leapley, of Springfield, Ill. Two brothers, Roy and Harry, preceded her in "death. Honor Roll At MPTH School THIRD SIX WEEKS High Honors - 5.0 Seaiom--Lois Ahrens, Sharon Green. Juniors---Sherry Davis, Marian Dierker, Linda Hamm. Sophomores.--- Victoria Pass- more, Jo Ann VanHook. Honors - 4.5 Seniors: Margaret Eberle, Joe Kelly, Roberta Ridgeway. Juniors: Pauline Burdick, Dar- Downing, Jana Rockwell. Sophomores: Elva Gordon, Wil- ma S6hmidt, Cheryl Sutton. Freshmen: Maxine VanFossan, Shells Wilham, John Zimmer- ran. Honorable Mention - 4.0 Seniors: Ray Deibert, Judy French, Janet Goodwin, Terry lking Scroggin, Ronnie Stoll. oU Funeral services were held in Juniors: Marilyn Arney, Sue the Morris Memorial Chapel in Crowe, Ronald Handlin, Sue In- - winfield, at 2 pro., Wednesday, gram, Janice Jaggi, Jack Leon- . 18. Burial was in the Cedar ard, Judy Lucas, Ronald Peterson, ametery at Cedar Vale, Connie Stoll. Sophomores: Lawrence Collier, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ira Howe, Mrs. Carol Dillsaver. Mike Kilhoffer, Frances Davis and son Tommy Sandra Musick, Ruth Stogdell. , Freshmen: Linda Cardoni, Sus- the funeral of Mrs. Davis. They an Connolley, Carylyn Fuhrer, i ,o rturned home Thursday. Marylyn Fuhrer, Wilbur Glick ! Diane Hamm, Philip Jacobs, Sus- hi [USIC' rr MET an Jaggi, Judy Stuckel, Larry Sutton, Judith Wubben. TUESDAY MORNING SEMESTER HONOR ROLL High Honors - 5.0 The Music Unit of the Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker on Tuesday morning, Jan. 24th. After coffe and rolls, the music, chairman, _Mrs: Ellis Wood, conducted a ousmess meeting at which time Plans for attending the St. Louis Mo., opera next summer, were discussed. Mrs. Wood explained the origin of the hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," and together with Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr., sang the hymn, With Mrs. Leroy K. Buckles, Sr., at the piano. Mrs. John Scheetz of Latham Seniocs: Lois Ahrens, Sharon Green. Juniors: Sherry Davis, Marian Dierker, Linda Hamm. Sophomores Victoria Passmorc Cheryl Sutton, Jo Ann VanHook. Honors - 4.5 Seniors: Margaret Eberle, Joe Kelly. ]uniors: Marilyn Arney, Pauline Burdick, Darlene Downing, Jana Rockwell. Juniors: Elva Gordon, Wilma Schmidt, Ruth Stogdell. Freshmen: Maxine Van Fo- an, Sheila Wilham, John Zim- mermann. gave the program. She related the Honorable Mention - 4_.0 of Donni Zetti's Opera, Seniors: Ray Deibert, Judy ucia di Lammerrnor," and then French, Janet Goodwin, Roberta played the "Sextette from Lucia". Ridgeway, Ronnie Stoll. Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, of Juniors: Sue Ingram, Janice HOSPITAL NEWS William Wheeler, a medical patient for several days at ALM hospital Lincoln, was recently dismissed. Mrs. Ruth Barr entered the ALM hospital on Saturday as a medical patient. Vernon Cooper, residing west of the city, entered the St. Clara's hospital, Jan. 19, for surgery. Mrs. Fred Gaffney, who was ad- mitted to the ALM hospital for medical attention Jan 15, was dis- missed Saturday, Jan. 21. Willard Remmert, city super- intendent of streets, was a medi- cal patient in the ALM hospital from Jan. 17 to 21st. Albert L. Myers of Elkhart, was taken suddenly ilFSaturday and was removed to the ALM hospitaI in Lincoln, for examination and medical care. Mahlon Lucas was removed to the ALM hospital Monday, Jan. 16 for medical care. Herbert Birks, North Marion was removed to the ALM hos- pital early Tuesday in the Schahl ambulwance, for medical care. Miss Grace Clifton returned to her home Tuesday afternoon from the ALM hospital, where she had been a medical patient since Jan. 10th. Mrs. Leland Simkins entered ambulance, for medical care. pital on Sunday, where she un- derwent surgery on Monday. Stephen St. Pierre, young son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. St. Pierre was rushed to St. John's Hospital in Springfield early this morning due to severe internal hem- orrhage. CARD OF THANKS We take this opportunity to thank our friends and relatives for words of sympathy, flowers and other remembrances, during the illness and at the time of the of one, Mrs. death our loved innie Mayer. The Family. C H--U-R Cbl E S THE METHODIST CH Chestnut Illinota Rev. Roy W. TruebloocL Plr leave from the Church at 5:45 p.m. this Sunday to go to Atlanta. They will be guests of the At- lanta young people for the Youth hour, for the Evening Worship Hour and for a party after the worship hour. The Elcers of the Church will meet at 6:00 pan. on Sunday, Jan. 29th. Prayer meeting services on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. COPELAND CHRIS22AN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services rmo: rbe j  u., poe L I ,,f, ! Church at me Lumeran 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour [ B.   I 7:30 pan. ,,Evening Worship . [ Fri., 6:30 p.m. Leaguers meet Serm_,,on: A Man Named Stepn-[ church for social. . en. [ Sat., 9 - 11:15 aan. Sathrday i &,mlmts [ School. The Senior CYH group will 6:00 p.m. L.L.L. al Supper. Tickets $1.50. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School Bible Classes. 10 a.m. Worship Service Jer. 9, 23 and 24. 'qe That Count Most In 2 p.m. Lincoln Circuit School Ass'n, Mason City. 7 p.m. Bible Institute. St. JOllN'S LUTHERAN RaT O. Zumstelu, Sunday School Worship Service Sermon by the Rev. L. Peterman, member of t staff of the Illinois Synod the United Lutheran FIRST METHODIST CHURCH in America. , The music will be provided John Muir, Pastor . . 9" Sheave cSmasday foSfhve, c:hn,veSgn:nCahlP)tluek ..... fal at 12"30 pm :i ly e" Bnng the whole " Presentation Ofrro2ni:te: L CHURCH ior and Inte0000late R. Edward M. Eztwer, PaYor Members and friend-, are Mass on Sunday, Jan. 29, will ally invited and urged to be pl: be held at 10 a.m. ent. Exerose a liHle selFdenial, and build your Financial Security ] Save/?eularly/n an INSUI,ED Savings AccounSc AsMe. FIRST Decatur, is the February hostess. Jaggi, Jack Leonard, Connie Stoll. Sophomores: Lawrence Collier, { SCOUT COUNCIL Carol Dillsaver, Mike Kilhoffer, TO IEET AT SPRINGFIELD Stephen Martin. Mrs. Robert Saner, Springfield, Freshmen: Peggy Buehler, Lin- Will be guest speaker at the an- da Cardoni, Susan Connolley, nual dinner meeting of the Land Carylyn Fuhrer, Marylyn Fuhrer, of Lincoln Girl Scout Council, to Wilbur Glick, Diane Harem, Su- be held Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 6:15 san Jaggi, Judy Stuckel, Larry Pxn., in the Douglas Avenue Sutton. Methodist Church, Springfield. Mrs. Saner is a past president of CARD OF THANKS the Land of Lincoln Council, a We are indeed grateful for the Very active Girl Scout and corn-' words of sTnptahy, the floral off- rnunity volunteer worker and at Present is a member of the Girl Sunday School ............... 9:30 A.M. Worship Service ............ 10:30 A2 A corditl invitation to all! ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ( Chestnut ) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. r, Ph. PT6,II Sun., 9:30 an. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service LATHAM B'P'X2S CICH Lthmn, Louis F- Kndt, Pmtor erings, and other kindnesses ex- 10:30 a.m. Worship Service tended to us, at the time of the Scout Regional Committee. death of our loved one William 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship , This meeting will honor Girl Yates Atwood. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH out Leaders and a special in- The Family. Paul P. Burdick, Minister gia will be presented to all 9:30a.m. Bible School e.aoers, co-leaders and assistants Mother-in-Law: A woman who 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship attending, is usually lust fair to meddling. 37th ANNUAL  " MEETING OF IHBF " |  m= t" The 37th Annual Meeting of n.e Illinois Home Bureau Feder- SEE US ;ho.n Will be held , Jcm. .In the University Auditorium, BEFORE BUYING mversity of Illinois, Urbana. M O N U M E N T S uegistration will begin at 10 am. and the business session at 1:00 M I All Home Bureau members or Grave arkers and advisers are eligible to at- tend all events. " All Colors and Sizes The Illinois Home Bureau Fed- ---------- eration banquet will be held at 6:00 P.m. on JmnmrT 31 in the LATHAM, ILLINOIS Grand Ballroom of the mini Un- --'------ ion Building. Dr. Donald Brieland SCHAHL Home Director, Elizabeth McCormick For Memorial Fund, Chicago, will be the featured speaker. Mrs. Velma Mt. Pulaski Dial S'W 2-3235 Groves, Director-at-Large and DAY OR NIGHT State Music and Recreation Chairman, will have charge of Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours ., Day this banquet 7 Days A Week rogramand The Organizatio Meeting will be Wedeml, Fe2mam I at 9:00 in Smith Music Hall on the Schahl Funeral Home U. of I. campus. This morning Mount Pulaski, Illinois session will be devoted to the dis- eussion of membership and also  AMBULANCE SERVICE the membership awards will be Presented to the recipients at this Logan Co.'s FfamdIy, PxeItcdble Savings Cent Slnoe BROADWAY & KICKAPOO - LINCOLN, ILL. ; CONVERSATION TIMING Conversations over our free lines Mount Pulaski, Latham, and Chestnut, automatically be disconnected when the conve sation has progressed from 6 to 8 minutes. Two warning tones will be applied to the line; :: ::': the first tone at one minute before disconnecttoni :, the second tone at 10 seconds before disconnec: ,i tion. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company