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Thomas Buried (,le Cemetery 83, of Spring- Passed away at 11:15 May 18, 1971 at in Spring- was bum in Lin- 15, 1887, a son 3teen Thomas. was a retired pipe Central Illinois Light Jessie Phillips in ElL and she passed He is survived by children: Marion Eugene, Oregon; of Little Rock, Thomas of and Jesse Thomas of is from 6 to 9 20, 1971. mrvices will be held Lm. Friday, May 21, Funeral Home Keith Davenport Burial will be in ?. |itttuut katter Rebecca t)rake community extends its to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leonora Tuesday, May Nursing Travis and daugh- Rockford, were here of Mrs. Ebel. to their home to Julian aOfMr, andMrs. Everett been chosen for the Junior Award to be given Fair this sum- senior at . also to Joyce of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jansen, son Marvin Jansen. chosen to represent School as two of Sarah Drake, Mr. and Mm Robert chosen as an alter. area has so many IPeople! Balm, daugh. Mrs. Albert Balm, Welcome Ronald and Madene Howell and their cl'ldren, Marnie, 2 years old', and Blaine, 4 months old, to the Chestnut community. They come from Altamont, Ill. and now reside in the Harold Bell house. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drake, Mrs. Linda Warren, Monticello, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. George Koenig, Lee and John, and Mrs. Louise West attended Confirmation ser- vices Sunday for Michael Doug- las Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Drake, Bowling Green, Kentucky. All are welcome to the Gar- age Sale at Beth Leeck's Friday 9-5 p.m. and Saturday 9-noon. All kinds of stuff to be sold. Weekend guests at the Ken- neth Dierker's were their son Donald, and roommate at the U of I, Bean Tich Duc, Saigon, Viet Nam. Bean Tich Duc is majoring in Electrical Engineer- ing and has lived in the USA for 6 months now. They visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard StoU to see how Dairy cows were used. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert StoU to see the planting of soy beans. Saturday evening, John Drake showed Bean Tich Duc the op- eration of farm implements, the application of fertilizers, and the operation of a grain elevator. Having never eaten or seen gar- den radishes or rhubarb, Mrs. Dierker treated their guest to these American delights. Mr. and Mrs. Dierker and Debra thor- oughly enjoyed this visit as it was fun as well as educational to them as well as Bean Tich Duc. Mrs. Flossie Voile and Mrs. Laura Kuntzi attended the Tulip Festival in Holland, Michigan over the weekend. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane, Pawnee, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ownes, Lily Woodcock, Springfield, Harry Cowan, Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson, Roy Car- penter, Buffalo, and Miss Jewell Lillich, Chestnut. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Ted Roth and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leimbach and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Awe at- tended the Conf'trrnation Ser- vice at Redeemer Lutheran at Mercy Hospital, Church, Peoria, Sunday, for Karen Eberhardt, daughter of Birthday to Loft Mr. and Mrs. Don Eberhardt, of Mr. and Mm Peoria. There were 32 confir- She will be 10 mants in the class. After church, 22nd. dinner was served to 45 guests to Beth and at a cottage in Morton. on his new job. They Sympathy to Mrs. Faye Don- soon to Virden, nan and family on the bereave- nv4at of her father, Lee Fulk YOUR NEW HOMg NOW & SAVE IIERKSHIRE llllild this 3 Bedroom "L" Shaped Home eq Your lot. 1489 Sq. Ft. Living Area Vtalt our IBC HOMES Sales Office for more details. LOCATED: Wildwood Fast $ubdddsn Mt. Zion, llllnols Open Dully 9:00 to S p.m. SuQ. 1 p.m. to S p.m. Evenings by Appointment i Plesae send me Free TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) 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