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t H. C. Maxheimer-- (Continued from page I) .... :!iii,i ? ! grandchild; and a brother, John P., of Mount Pulaski. The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home, remaining there until the hour of the funer- al. Funeral services were held in the Zion Lutheran church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, conduct- eel by the pastor, Rev. Albert G. Hoffman. Two-hymns, "Asleep In Jesus," and "Abide With Me," were sung by Wilbur E. Stoll with Mrs. Emily Feuerbacher as organ accompanist. Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers were: Al- bert Hanselman and Elmer Wad- dell, of Dcatur; Raymond Hahn Dr. Geo. S. Connelly, August H. Hahn and Roman Romer. ICE CREAM SOCIAL The Band Boosters club has chosen Wednesday evening, June 27, (rain date Friday, June 29) as the date for their annual Ice Cream Social. As in former years the social will be held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center. There will be a band concert and various other entertainment during the evening. : MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER GIVEN NEAR LATHAM i A miscellaneous shower was given on Saturday afternoon, May 19, at the home of Mrs. Troy Musgrove, of the Latham vicinity, in honor of Miss Char- lotte Bea Caudle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Caudle of Illiopolis. Hostesses were: Mrs. Fred Hul- : linger, Mrs. Hugh Caudle and Mrs. Musgrove. A large number of relatives and friends "attend- eel and Miss Caudte receive many gifts. The color scheme was ::: out in pink and white, i Miss Caudle is to be married I "Thursday, June 14, at the Metho- dist church in Illiopolis to Rich- ard W. Bannon, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles O. Bannon of Elm- i wood Park. every grad wants new PARKER "21" gift that means most--costs less $5oo Your graduate will be proud and thrilled to own Parker's remark- able new "21" Pen. Beauty and precision features at new low cost. Writes dry with wet ink. Octanium point. Fast-action filler. Choice of 4 colors. Choose a "21" today. Elgin, Bulova, Hamilton and Grant Watches Speidel Bands Elgin American Compacts Anson Jewelry Necklaces Identification Bracelets Rings Julian E. Downing THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, BACCALAUREATE SERVICE SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1951 8:00 P.M. (C.S.T.) Proccssional Coronation March - - Mcycrbccr Lois Schaffenacker Invocation 2 _ Rcv. Robert Wilkes Thc Lakc At Evening - - - Griffcs Piano Solo--Lois Schaffenacker Holy, Lord God O Sing Your Songs I " - - Noblc Cain High School Mixed Chorus Baccalaureate Address" Rev. F. E. Neumeyer Romance - - - Bruns Flute Solo--Mariann Dana Benediction - - - Rev. Ray O. Zumstein Candle Light Recessional - Senior Class I Surprise Birthday Pnrtv Mount Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. ----L i Willis Ayers, Sr., daughter Ethel On Harvey Purcell and son Lonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday evening, May 17, a surprise supper was served for Harvey Purcell, southeast of Mt. Pulaski, in honor of his 35th birthday. The happy occasion was attended by the following relatives and friends: Taylorville: Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man E. Seiler, sons Ronald and Garyl. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Berthel Lamar and daughter Juanita, Mr. and Mrs. Monta Tuley, dau- ghter Linda, sons Terry and Rich- ard. Clinton--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell, daughters Dora and Maria, Mrs. Delores Chilton and daughter Florence, Mrs. Frank Hayes and children, Karen and Joe. LathamMrs. W. S. Duncan and daughter. Betty, Mrs. Everett Purcell and sons, Richard, Clar- ence, Leon, Everett Jr., and Jerry. William Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilham and son Rich- ard, Betty Ayers, Dave Erlenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Purcell and daughter Cheryl. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Edward Ryan, South Mari- on street, was admitted to the St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln last Thursday for medical treat- ment and care. Mrs. John Allsopp, north of the city, while visiting relatives in Springfield Saturday, was sud- denly taken ill and removed to St. John's hospital. Mrs. Wilford Scroggin Sr., of this vicinity, was admitted to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln last Frtday as a medical patient. Henry Litterly Sr., of Cornland community, was removed to St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln Monday evening in the Schahl ambulance ANNOUNCING You can get your POTTED PLANTS and CUT FLOWERS (ON ORDER) From Phone436 A Beautiful Service Our years of experience give you services of taste and dignity in a chapel large enough to accom- modate the bereaved in comfort. l as a medical patient. Mrs. Clyde Febus, Lake Fork, was admitted to the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln, Monday, as a medical patient. RUMMAGE SALE IN DECATUR, JUNE 1 and 2 The A. V. Class of the Mount Pulaski Methodist church will hold a Rummage Sale in De- catur Friday and Saturday, June 1 and 2. Articles should be taken to the church not later than Friday morning, June 1. Will call for donations if desired. For further information phone either 354 or 120. IT'S TRY SOME Notice To Patrons! We Will BUY CREAM on TUESDAY. MAY 29 instead of WED, CLOSED ALL DAY MEMORIAL Siebs Hatchery - R.C. Everything for Clean-Up, Fix-Up Paint-Up Week PICNIC BASKETS ........................ $1.35 CROQUET SETS ............................ $5.89 CAMP JUGS, three kinds to choose POWER LAWN MOWERS ........ $84.95 LINOLEUM RUGS -- 9x12 and other AUTOMATIC FLOOR WAXER ............. "JUST PULL THE TRIGGER" HSH POLES AND SUPPLIES ROLLAWAY BED .................................... (Complete with Mattress) TRACTOR AND CAR Most All Sizes. A Good Battery For Le PAINTS AND WALLPAPER IN V. WALCH AuthoriZed Earmarked for the Future... 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