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---81L.TZNNIAL EDITION (Times-News, Mt. Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 MANY WHO SERVED COUNTRY IN WAR ABIDE IN OUR CEMETERIES List Compiled By Veteran's Commission At County Seat (February, 1961) 278 men who served their country in eight wars are peace- fully resting beneath the friend- ly green sod of five cemeteries in the southern part of the county. Listed in the wars are soldiers of the War of 1812, Mexican War, ! Blaekhawk, War, Civil War, (which has by far the largest number of war dead), Spanish- American War, World Wars Nos. I and II, and the Korean War. The cemeteries are: Mount Pul- aski, 186; Two-Mile Grove, 8; Lake Bank (Latham), 17; Bower- Templeman 29, and Carlyle, 24. The Illinois Veterans' Commiss. ion is endeavoring to complete a new Roll of Honor of all veter- ans in the State of Illinois and the cemetery in which they are buried. Any persons who may have knowledge where a correc- tion or the addition of a name to be added to the following lists, they are ask to contact A. J. Berryhill at the Logan County Court House, Lincoln, Illinois. The list as shown below is a record as now compiled by the Commission with the aid of the veteran's organizations. MOUNT PULASKI Ralph W. Allison, W-l, James Anderson, C., John R. Anderson , John G. Arnold, C., John R. Ayres, C., Lawr,nce Ball, W-l, Joseph S. Barry, C., Lewis Dean Berry, W.2, Edwain E. Benard C., J. F. Bender, C., Christian N. Benefleld, C., George R. Bently, C., Jerimiah Birks, C. Hubert W. I Bobell, W.1, Gottlieb Brucker, C., Willie W. Buchanan, S., Angel B. Calver, C., Thomas W. Capps, C., William Orville Carty, W-l, Xelpho O. Christmann, S., Isaac T. Clark, C., Elwood H. Cox, W-2, W. J. Crain, C., Paul A. Dana, W-l, Ernest Davison, W-l, Geo. H. Dement, C., Thomas Ed Dey, W-l, Alexander Downing, C., Floyd Eugene Downing, W-l, Marcel A. Duboce, C., Thomas Dye, W-l, Moses Egleston, C., John Buckles Engert, W.2, Al- bert England, C., Russel D. Erlen. bush,W-2, Joseph W. Ewing, C., Charles Fess, C., George D. Field S., Frank Lorne Games, W-l, J. H. Gaston, C., John C. Gingry, W-I, Chester R. Goodman, W-2 Wayne L. Goodpaster, W-2, Harry A. Graham, C., H. H. Green, C., IN. P. Green, C., Robert V. Gulso W-2, G. H. Guston, ?, William Haas, C., Clarence J. Hahn, W-l, John Hammer, C., George Han- selman, C., John Harry, 1812. Frence, Oscar Heckel, W-2 Charles Hellar, S., Christian Henn C., James Hibbs, C., Frederick Dan Hild, K., J. M. Hopkins, C., Paul Horn, C., Wayne E. Howerton, K., Louis J. Hoy, C., John H. Hughs, C., Corral J. Hunt W-l, Howard Hutter, W-2, James M. Iden, C., Phillip H. Jacoby, C., William Jewel, C., Alvin Dear Johnson, W-2, D. D. Johnston, C., John Kent, C., David Klotz, C. N. Lang, Robert H. Laughlin, C., C., John R. Lebo, C., H. F. Lush- baugh, C., Jeremiah Lushbaugh, C., Wilbur Dale Mann, W-2, C.' A. Martin, C., Wm. Martin, C., C. C. Mason, C., John O. Mason, C., Peter Maus, C., Charles May, 1812, Henry Julius Mayer, S., George Mayer, C., Eugene Carl Maxheimer, W-2, Waiter Mc- Graw, C., Albert MeKinney, ?, Levi McVey, C., Ralph E. Meister, W-2, Jolm Clarence Mier, C., AI. bert Millard, W-l, Varnhara Millard, C., Christian Miller, C., Phillip Miller, C., Phil. op Moeller, C., J. J. Mour, C., James B. Newton, C., Charles Nicholason, C., David T. Nichola- son, C, Frank V. Nicholason, George R, Nicholason, C., Julius If. Nicholason, W.2, Robert O. Paranteau, C., Clyde Beacher Pat- lerson, W-2, Willis F. Payne, C., J. A. Pelts, C., M. P. Phinney, C, Sos. A. Pierce, C., James G. Rain- ey, C., William Henry Ralson, C., James Randolph, M, William] Randolph, ?, William F. Ray, W-l, Daniel Ring, C., Raben Robberts, C., John H. Roberts, C., U. E. Robert, C., V. E. Robinson, C., Herbert E. Rogers, S., Loren Everett Rowe, W-l, George B. Row, C., John W. Row, C., Errol Alexander Ryan, W-l, Wilbur Omar Ryan, W-l, Adam Schick M., Joh.n L. Schuler, W.1, Floyd E. Scroggin, W-l, Fran- cis Edward Seyfer, ?, Frank J. Sheppard, W-l, James Sherman, C., Jonas Shoup, C., Monroe Shoup C., Henry Shriver, C., James Shriver, C., Frederick Shuler, C., Jones Shupe, C., William J. Simp- son, S., Benjamin Sims, C., John Skinner, C., William Smith, C., A. J. Snyder, C., Conrad Star, M., Jacob Star, M., Cordia C. Starr, W.2; William Stenburgen, C., Ehrhart Stoll, C., John E. Strat. ton, W-l, Edgar C. Thompson, W-l, Alfred Harrison Tomlinson, C., Harold George Tomlinson, W-l, Esbury Tribbett, C., Ray F. Trib- bert, W-l, Cecil Troxell, W-l, John W. Tribbett, W-l, R. E. Trueley, C., George B. Tutwiler, W-l, Win. H. Vandevender, C., David Van- hise, C., Conrad Vetter, C., David B. Wacarer, C., Thomas Henry i Wachter, W.1, J. T. Walker, C., Gustav A. Weidenbacher, C., Ed. Newby Wheeler, C., N. M. Whit- taker, C., Raymond C. Young, W-l, Frank H. Zelle, W.1, Rod- I man DuBoce, Frank R. Gobleman. Frank William Buehler, Elmer Crawford, George K. Hawkins, John Frederick Bobell, John Christensen, Irvin J. Robbins, Lee Percy Green. James W. Guffey, William Harold Sterrett, John W. Roos, Charles Lewis Spenler, Ar. thur (Artie) D. Lakin, Hugh Ken- neth Hoaglin, Herbert H. Holz, THESE HONORED DEAD... Frank Dial Passmore. BOWER-TEMPLEMAN William H. Anstine, C., Daniel L. Bowles, C., Ezekiel Bowman, C., James Bowman, C., Harvey Crocker, M., Richard Cruser, C., William Abiff Davis, C., William H. Davis, C., Henry Clay Down. ing, C., John E. Downing, M., Josiah S. Downing, C., Robert Downing, 1812, Jacob Fletcher, C., Harrison Griffis, C., Nelson J. Griffith, C., Abner J. Jackson, C., William R. Jackson, C., Lewis Granvil McCoy, C., Michael Mot- and, C., Moses Morris, C., James M. Morrow, C., Rayhurn W. Rob- erts, C., William P. Rose, C., Mil- ton J. Shoup, C., S. N. Smith, M., Matthews Stiles, C., James Van Hire, 1812, Albert G. White, M., A SYMBOL OF LOV TO ENDURE FOREVER THE GRAVES OF THE EARLY PIONEERS in this area were marked with simple slabs of stone as a token of lasting love and esteem by those who survived them. Today, at Manley Monuments you will find monuments and mark. ers that are much more artistic and enduring than those the pioneers could have dreamed of 125 years ago. The Dean Manley business is built upon a policy of offering the finest monuments available at the LOWEST PRICES IN ILLINOIS. He employs no hired salesmen, and passes the savings in om. mission on to his customers. Here it is easy for you to make your selection from a display of several thousand dollars worth of monuments. You can actually see the difference in sizes, colors and prices. You are invited to visit our display yard. George W. Wright, C. CARLYLE John Albert, C., son, W-2, Charles ?, Squire Foster, Bll Farnum, C., Lee uel Ingrain, C., James son, C., Elmer Peter Moore, C., C., Roy Ridgeway, Scroggins, C., John Blk., Robert Smith, C, by Wade, C., Emery i ?, Orville C. W. Simons, Charles Leonard Albert. s George Girtman James Wright, Zachary Fuiten, Ed i Erlenbush, Eli i Griggs, Henry DeFree Handlin, Robert Col ll' Birks. LAKE BANK . Harry Allison, C., C., Robert F. William Center, C., Walter Franklin George W. Howe, C., Martin, W-l, George W-l, David H. Sims, C, iams, C., E. A. Joynt, Shyer, C., Arch White, jamin Smith, C., terson, Albert Lee LAENNA. Near William Delbert H. Dittus. ILLINI - Near Harry O. Elliott. TWO MILE Charles R. Allison, I Allison, C., Carl V. Lewis Britton, C., C W.1, William M. David Schofield, S. Stennett, W-1. 614 Short 8th St. --- LINCOLN Phone 732-7572 DEAN MANLEY, Monuments