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i Villa Grove--Mr. and Mrs. John ! Frances Passmore Died at Hospital Altamont Mrs. Katie Shah. Alton--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gb- Mrs. Frances Irene Passmore of son and daughter. Mount Pulaski, widow of charles Bloomington--Miss Ruby Green, Passmore, in failing health for Howard'Sprague. Carlisle--Mr. and Mrs. John A1- some months, died at 4:20 p. m. Thursday, May 22, 1941, in St-lta?nt" n Mr and Mrs Clarence Clo,.=' hoLta" Lincoln Illinois, I -- " " -- " had been a tient lHoit, Mrs. Josephine Edwards, Mr. where sac I _e  [and Mrs Charles Edwards, Mrs. number of weeks She wasag al . . " . & " " " a-- |Ieal irnolo. . 0 months ana lz u y., 69 years_ 1 I Chicago -- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fces?re.ne D:nt b?noJ [ Kittell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holsin- ly lZS, X'tl, lnSBh:nmln ;nd Mlger Mrs. Virgil Hoff. Vt:hDtiea f e  ew to woman-] champaign--Mr, and Mrs. Ray: hood in her home town surround- mond C. Passmore, Mrs. Naomi ings, and in August, 1893, in Alta- cohner. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin mont, she married Charles Pass- Reagan, Mr. and Mrs. William : more. The family located in Mount Carlisle. Decatur--Misses Lucy and Le- Pulaski manY years ago, her hus- band being employed as a tinner vona Ceul, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil at the C. F. Schafer hardware Sonk, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dial, Mr. store.. After a few years here and Mrs. Edward Dial. they moved to clinton. Following East St, Louis--Ralph Bowen. Flora--Mrs. Mildred. Gibson, Mr. the deati of her husband, Mrs. passmore came back to this city, and Mrs. George Blacksher, Mrs. : and for ,some time she assisted in Robert Bowen. the of.Mrs. Kate Schweigck- ..an invalid, residing south- YARN STILL AV.hd[LABLE FOR RED CROSS %VOKK muit of the city. Decedent is survived by one Local women knitting at home daughter, Mrs. clmrles F. clemons, can find yarn available to continue of Mattoon; three sons, Frank Red Cross work. Those handing palmmore, Mount Pulaski, Ray- in either sweaters, beanies or mit- mond. T. passmore, Champaign, tens during the past couple of and Fsy (Jack) Passmore, Spring- weeks were Mrs. C. M. Merriman, field; ..two grandchildren, Mary Mrs. Orville Gasaway, Mrs. Her- Helen and Frank passmore, Jr., man Hahn, Mrs. G. F. Wait, Mrs. :Mount Pulaski; and one sister, Ira Veail and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll. Mrs. Anna Weaver, Kansas City, : ]Issottri.-- AUTOS BADLY DAI.%GED Phe remains were removed to IN COIA,ISION FRIDAY the Hershey funeral lome, and on :Friday .morning were taken to Automobiles driven by E. Sim- Mattoon to the borne of her daugh- monds of springfield and Mrs. Car- tel',  .charles F. Clemons. Fu-Tie Baker of this city were in a neral services were held in te collision about 4:30 p. m. Friday Mattoon Methodist curch at 2 p. at the intersection of the spur and Sunday, May 25, conducted by Route 161, Just north of the ov- pastor, Rev. C. R. Booth, and erhead. The occupants received on- bY Rev. F. E. Neumeyer ly minor cuts and bruises, but both Mount Pulaski. The services cars were badly damaged. largely attended. The many floral tributes were in ANNOUNCED SCHEDULE of the Mizpah Sunday FOR SUMMER SERVI{3ES Class of the curch, includ- ing 14 ,women. The burial was in During services last Sunday Woodlawn cemetery in Clinton, rmrning at St. Thomas Aquinas where mazty friends of that city Catholic church, "the pastor, Rev. i a the grave. The pall J- W. McGinn,, of Elkhart, an- bearers, .all relatives, were Frank nounced the summer schedule, to more, Jr., Carl and Ralph Bo- begin Sunday, June 1, as follows: , John Altadonna, George ass at 9:30 a. m. on the first, . and fifth Sundays, and 7:30 ek--er and Ray Gibson. The many relatives and friends a. m. on the second an- fourth from a distance who went to Mat- Sundays of the month. to attend the funeral were follows: Mount Pulaski -- Mr. and Mrs. The Mount Pulaski passmore, daughter Miss Helen, and son Frank, Mrs. Auer, Mrs. Paul Dana and Margaret and Maryann, Schweigckhardt. Kangas City, Mo. -- Mrs. Anna Mr. and Mrs. William L, -- Jack passmore, Mary Poland, Miss Delores Dker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fos- ter and son. : ..... T/ PULASXl NI. MOUNT PUI,ASKL flJANOI8 .... ] The heirs of the late Mrs. Kath-! ItJ .. E. I) .. Lvtary oarLy :e00ne have . acres of farm land, east of the city in La- Dled at Latham enna township, to Frank Sams. THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. May 30 and 31 "CHAD HANNA" Bt. Louis, Mo.Miss Margaret Vandalia  Mrs. Kate Lipple, Katherine Lipple, Mrs. Mar- t Torkelson, Miss Mary Ehart.,,,, z_ ArO FINANCING AUTO LOANS 2{) MONTHS TO REPAY $100 Loan $ 6.72 Monthly $10.08 Monthly Loan $13.38 Monthly Loan Si.64 Monthly Loan $19.88 Monthly Include Principal on Monthly Balance to $150, 2% to $300 '00REZn00ANCZNG Not Be Paid For. Extra Cash Advanced. Payments Reduced. Confidential. tn Nearby Towns" FIIANCE COMPANY w, st. m. In Technicolor with Henry Fonda - Dorothy Lamour Linda Darnett - Guy Kibbee Jane Darwelt Also S+aHinq Chapter I of the Serial '"THE SPIDER RETURNS" SUNDAY AND MONDAY June I a 2 "Western IJnion" In "Technicolor with Randolph Scott - Robert Younq Virginia Gilmore - Dean Jagger Slim Summerville WED. AND THURS. June 4 and 5 "This Thing Called Love" Starring Rosalind Russell Melvyn Douglas Binnie Barnes Latham, Ill.--Mrs. Mary E. Bar- ry, 97, one of the oldest residents of Logan county, died at 2 p. m. Friday, May 23, 1941 at her home in Latham from the infirmities'of advanced years, She was born Dec. 4, 1843, in Farmington, Missouri. Her hus- band, Joseph S. Barry, preceded her in death a number of years ago. Decedent is survived by four children, Edward, and Benjamin Barry, and Mrs. Mary Chumbley. of Latham, and Mrs. Elizabeth Spangler of Stanford; 17 grand- children, 17 great grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. The body was removed to the Pease funeral home in Latham. Funeral services were held Sun- day at 2 p. m. in the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. Gilbert Dude and Rev. James Kranz. Bur- ial was in the Mount Pulaski cem- etery. MANY PRESENT AT STEENBEREN CFMETERY A large number of people, many from a distance, assembled last Sunday in the Steenbergen "ceme- tery, four miles southwest of Mount Pulaski, and held their an- nual Memorial and decorated the graves of departed war veterans and their many loved ones. The burial ground has been put in fine condition this spring. MEMORIAL SUNDAY AT CARLYLE CEMETERY The annual Memorial will be held at 1:30 p. m. Sunday, June 1, at the Carlyle cemetery four miles west of Mount Pulaski. Persons interested in this cemetery, will as- semble to decorate the graves of departed war veterans and other loved ones. No special program l has been arranged. FARMS IN VICINITY CHANGE HANDS The farm of the late Henry Meister, located about one mile i southeast of the Mount Pulask public square, and consisting of 146 acres, was sold by the heirs, recently, the transaction being I made through a real estate dealer, George E. Kiick. of Latham. The purchaser is said to be Everett P. Jarvis. ! ANNU.kL LIBRARY CLUB PICNIC JUN-E 3 The annual picnic of the Mount Pulaski Library Club will be held Tuesday, June 3, in the home of Mrs. Albert F. Lipp on South Ma- rion street. Members are asked to bring sandwiches and a dish of food, also their own own table ser- vice. The art unit of the Mount Pu- laski Woman's Club recently pre- sented the library w2th two books, "Some Old Portraits" by Booth Tarkington, and "America's Old Masters" by James Thomas Flex- i net. FORMER BUFFALO HART MAN DIED IN HosPrrAL John Likens, 70, of Springfield. in failing health for some time, died in the state hospital in Jack- sonville, Illinois, at 2:30 a. m. Thursday, May 22, 1941. Mr. Likens was born in Buffalo Hart vicinity, being a son of Mil- ton and Hannah Van Dorn IAXens. He was never married, and lived in his home locality for many years before locating in Springfield. Surviving are one brother. Hen- ry B. Likens, Williamsville; and the following five sisters: Mrs. Emma Stratton, Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Mary Doty and Mrs. Iuisa Schaffer, Cornland; Mrs. Lucy Hunt, Nokomis; Mrs. Hattie Da- vis, Williamsville. The remains were removed to the Vancil funeral home in Spring THUBSD&Y field, where funeral held at 2 p. m. SaturdaY, ted by Rev. D. J. 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