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IO..-TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulkL m,, AYo JULY i ,IMI Service- (Continued from page 1) Smith of the Methodist Chur- ch, read the scripture lesson, and Rev. Martin Rathe of Zion Luth- eran Church, introduced the speaker. Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, pastor St. John's Lutheran Church, a very impressive me- imorial service for Jabez Capps, t the cemetery. The Pageant Chorus sang three "Holy, Holy, Holy," Faith Looks Up To Thee" "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." Those honored by the placing white flags at+their graves, were: Jabez Capps, Mrs. Jabezi Vaughn DeLeath, Frank Capps, Clarence Tomlinson, Ever- Jarvis and Lorah Lipp. Three additional white flags dedicated to: "All Pioneer Dead, "All Soldier Dead," and Loved Ones." designed floral were placed at the all those especially hon- , except that of Vaughn De. which was decorated with roses, her favorite flower. CLARA ROTHWELL FUNERAL SERVICES Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Rothwell0 61, wife of Clarence Wendell Rothwell, residing four miles west of Mount Pulaski, were held in the Schahl Funeral Home, Saturday, July 22, at 11 a.m., conducted by the Rev. J. Wayne Staley of Minier, a form- er pastor of the Mount Pulaski Christian Church. Appropriate organ numbers were rendered by Mrs. Frank E. Turley of Decatur. Mrs. Rothwell died suddenly at 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, 1961 while visiting in the honme of a cousin, Mrs. Herbert Holz on East Morgan Street, Mt. Pulask.i Interment was made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. Pall- bearers, all nephews, and living away from Mount Pulaski, were: Edward Griffin, Charles Griffin Jr., James Griffin, Robert Griffin Gary Hammitt and Theodore Grif- fin, Jr. PICNIC DINNER SERVED AT STRINGER HOME A picnic dinner was enjoyed recently at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Loren Stringer, honoring The ministers were taken to the birthdays of Mrs. Guy Penner and in the procession .............. ck ] and great-granddaughetr, Ther- to me emetery in me vi Bm .... ]esa Renner, whose birthdays fall owned and driven by Frea rlolra- [ on the same day. '. __ lMT%3nntne?,:r M t 'i E R. RTN lPhillip Penner, Pekin;" Mr. and + VTT T/SATA. '& Mrs. Charles Gordon, Farmer City; j zz +LW vr .r I vv  I Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Penner and PSKI I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fink and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry String- Fannie Ralston Ratner, of A. E. Rather, of Cedar Iowa, died in that city Sunday, July 23, 1961, at 8:45 following a lingering illnes was aged 74 years, 4 mon- and 21 days. Fannie Ralston was born Mar. in Mount Pulaski, Ill., a H. and Helen Ralston, well known of the city. She attend- Mount Pulaski schools and from the old high in 1904. For a time she a millinery store with sister, Miss Bess Ralston. Following her marriage to A. E. she had been a resident Cedar Rapids, Iowa for many She was a member of the Church in Cedar Rap- the Royal Neighbors. her husband, decedent Survived by two daughters, Helen Coleman, living in and Mrs. Dorothy of Shellburg, Iowa; one Robert A. Rather, of Madi- Wls.; a sister Miss Bess Ral- of Estherville, Iowa; one bro- Thomas Ralston of LeRoy, and I0 grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Rapids Wednesday. The were shipped to Chicago, arived in Mount Pulaski on night, July 26, and then taken to the Schahl Home. At 2 p.m. this graveside services were held in Mount Pulaski cemetery, charge of the Rev. Dononic of Cedar Rapid+ Pall- were Wiiford Scroggin, Louis F. Sarns, Clair Carter, A. Voile, Kelscy M. Ander- and Harry Van Hook. Her sister, Miss Bess in Mount Pulaski several ago to attend the Sil-Ten- and received word of Mrs. Ratner's death while here. TURLEY TO IN AUGUST Mr. and Mrs. William Hand of Plains, announce the en- of their daughter, Doro. to Duane H. Turley, son of and Mrs. Everett Turley of Pulaski. The wedding will at the Methodist Chur- in Pleasant Plains, Saturday, 26, at 8 pxn. shower was held for the July 21st, at the of Delores Hands in Pleas- Plains. The re- many lovely and useful Among the guests present were Everett Turley of Mount Pul- Dale Fuite of Lake Mrs. James TurlC er, all of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Renner and son Kenny of Mount Pulaski. Model: A girl who is pinuptuous. YOUTH DAY i kind and sympathetic during the (Continued from page 1) ]illne and death of our loved -- lone, Fannie Ratner. It was all District Commissioner, Charles W. I ve_ helpful Hanslow and Edd Dittus. This l -- - " The Family. plaque will hang inside the com- I munity building. I A dedicatory service was read[ NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE by Rev. John E. Muir, who acted[ Docket Number 2269 as master of ceremonies, and was [ NOTICE is hereby given to all laim date in the estate of Waddell, deceased, now perl in the County Court of L._.  County, Illinois, and that cl may be filed against the esta the decedent on or before -. date without the issuance of su mons. G. A. Vol1 Admir$ t' participated in by the audience. I persons that Monday, the 4th day Lloyd F. Arnold, Souvenir disks were given all ............ .... ,.oi eptemoer, A. . m)l, m the Attorney. youngsters as weu as grownups zo [ commemorate the occasion. The I disk read - "Clarence Tomlinson[ Youth Day, Mt. Pulaski, Ill., Sil-t Tennial, 1836-1961." ] i C. E. Pease's Will Celebrate Annivear Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pease of Warrensburg, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with open house from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 30, in the Warrens- burg Methodist Church. In the evening a potluck sup- per will be held in their home for :the family, where they have lived the past 51 years. Nine win- ters Mr. and Mrs. Pease have spent in Florida. Both were born and raised near Cisco. The former Corn Ennis and Mr. Pease were married on July 25, 1901, in Mount Pulaski. They are the parents of the fol- lowing children: Ennis Pease of Chicago; Everett Pease, of Hia- MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. leah, Fla; Merritt Pease of De- catur; F. H. Pease of Bearsdale Road; Mrs. Morgan Lynge of Peoria; Mrs. James Coleman of Coleman, Fla. There are 18 grandchildren and one great.grandchild. A daugh- ter Phyllis, is deceased. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the many friends who were so helpful and WHERE IS GOD? Where does He live? In heaven? Where is heaven? Up somewhere? Is God elsewhere than in heaven? Where? In the U.S.A.? In Africa? In China? Where is God? Every. where! I can shut God out of my life, but I cannot escape from Him. I can exclude Him from my plans, but I cannot avoid Him. God is always with me, even when I try to avoid Him or try to escape from Him. Jonah tried to run away from God's presence -- to Joppa; on a ship bound for Tarshish; in a storm at sea; inside a great fish; in Nineveh; in the blazing desert -- but always God was speaking to him, guarding him, prese,ing him, waiting, on him. In one way I can be like Cain and go "out from the pres- ence of the Lord." I can obey Him, refuse to follow Him. I can shut God out of my life! What a terrible thing to shut God out of my life! Yet I can no more escape completely from God than I can escape from myself. But why should I try -- when He loves me so much that long ago He gave His own Son into an awful death to save me? ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN . MT. PULASKI - CHESTNUT - NEW HOLLAND FREE DRAWING ONE OR MORE General Bectric Clocks (List $19.951 EACH MONTH 1. You do not have to but a thing, Just sign the register hi our office for ear.h mouthlT drawing. 2. You must be 21 yearn o age mr over. 3. No memb o this firm, or a memb of their family will be  4. Dnswing will be made the last day o each moath. Wlaning ticket  be poeted ms the o4lce window (Numl will pos/tively not be gtven over tim phone) f one week (rod U uncla/mod will be addod to the following mouthly dmwing. ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. PHONE SW 2-30 MOUNT PULASKI SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNF.RKLS LATHAM. ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phoae Is Atttmded 24 Hours A Day 7 Days AWeek Schahi Funeral Home Mount PulasKi, Illinois -- AMBULANCE SERVICE You can do your banking "from home" when you T You can bank at your own convenience (a make your own "'banking hours") when 3'" our Bank-By-Mail Service. Save time on ltJ days. Eliminate standing in line. Make  (0C in your savings account or checking accOU both) by mail ! 24 We're as near as your corner mailbox, "open hours every day." THE FARMERS BANg + Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorpOV Mount PulaskL Illinois