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Mary Lockenour Wharram, 100, of Mason City died at 9:50am October 22, 2011 at the Mason City Area Nursing Home. Funeral services were Thursday October 27, 2011 at the First Christian Church in Mason City. Burial was in the Mason City Cemetery. Her par- ents, husband, two sisters, and one brother preceded her in death. She was born December 29, 1910 in rural Logan County the daughter of Frank and Matilda Lock- enour. She married Ken- neth (Squirmy) Wharram on September 5, 1931. He passed away in 1989 after nearly 58 years of mar- riage. She is survived by her daughter Hden (Joe) Swaar, her granddaugh- ters - Kay (Tom) Kelly of Western Springs, Gaff (Mark) Dunham of Mt Zion, and Jill (Roger) Dold of Westmont - six great grandsons and two great granddaughters, her brother Russell (Linda) Lockenour of Punta Gorda, Fla. and her sister- in-law Ollie (Wayne) Lockenour of Mason City. Walter Martin Davis, 81, of Fort Myers, FL, died at 11:20 a.m., Monday, October 31, 2011 at St. John's Hospice. He was born March 14, 1930 in Springfield, the son of Russell Reese and Frances Martin Davis. He mar- ried Elinor Hurrelbrink on February 16, 1952 and she survives. Also surviving are sons, Richard Martin (Kathy) Davis of Mt. Pulaski, Robert H. (Jean) Davis of Mr. Pulaski and Rus- for various families in the community. She was born Sept. 27, 1941, in Lincoln. The daughter of Harry Albert and Rose Donath Gipson. She married George Omer Henrichsmeyer on July 2, 1957. Janet K. Henrichsmeyer, She is survived by 70, of Lincoln, died her husband, of Lincoln; Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011, sons, Greg (Valerie) of at 4:45 p.m. at Memorial Lincoln and Gary of Medical Center, Venice, Fla.; daugh- Springfield. ter, Lauri A. Harris of Funeral Services Lincoln; seven grand- were at Jefferson Street children, Geoff (Pam) Christian ChurchDustin Brown, Arron Brown, Fulton officiated. Burial Ryan Brown, Derek was in Steenbergen Cem- Henrichsmeyer, David etery. Mrs. Henrichsmeyer was a very involved member of the commu- nity. She also did house- keeping for many years Nov. 5, 2011 Henrichsmeyer, Emiily D. Henrichsmeyer and Jonah M. Harris; great- granddaughters, Cloe Brown and Kennedy Brown; and sisters, Jo Mary was a lifelong member of the First Chris- tian Church of Mason City, graduated from Mason City High School in 1929, worked as a clerk of the draft board during World War II, secretary of the Veterans Administra- tion, owner/operator of Kozy Hat Shop in Mason City, legal secretary for attorney Luther Dearborn, secretary of the local Park Board and member of the Eastern Star• Memorials: First Chris- tian Church of Mason City or Mason City Area Nursing Home. sell T. (Stephanie) Davis of Ft. Myers, FL; six grandchildren; three great grandchildren; brother, Russell Reese (Mary Lou) Davis, Jr. of Spring- field and several nieces, nephews and cousins. His parents and one son, Walter M. Davis, Jr. preceded him in death. Walter was a U.S. Army veteran. He has been a resident of Ft. Myers, FL for twenty years and was formerly of Springfield. He worked at Illinois Power in Deca- tur for 35 years as Direc- Clinton. Pastor Dennis Survivors include Corley, Pastor Ryan May- Sons: Ed (Cindy) May- field and Pastor Jeff May- field of Mt. Pulaski and field officiated. Burial was Jack (Peggy) Mayfield of in Pleasant Valley Ceme- Decatur; Daughter: Debra tery, Kenney. Her Parents, (Mike) Davis of Kenney; 3 Brothers and 3 Sisters 6 Grandchildren and 19 preceded her in death. Great-Grandchildren. Helen was born in Helen was a member Helen Mayfield, 85, of Clinton October 14, 1926. of the Kenney Christian Clinton passed away at 9: the daughter of Lester Church. Helen and her 50 PM October 21, 2011 at and Eunice (Goodrich) husband Jerry were lifelong Henry & Jane Vonderfieth Wampler. She married farmers of DeWitt County. Living Center. Jerry C. Mayfield Jr. Memorials: Kenney Funeral Services were December 7, 1947 in Clin- Christian Church or the Tuesday October 25 at the ton. Jerry passed away Kenney Civic League. Calvert Funeral Home, November 4, 2006. Ann Aylesworth and Judy Wolpert. Janet was an election judge for over 20 years, tax assessor for West Lincoln Township for many years, a member of the Oasis senior citizens board for many years, a member of the Lincoln City Council from 1980 to 1984, chairman of the Lincoln Planning Com- mission for 12 years, a member of the Lincoln/ Logan Food Pantry board and a lifetime member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. She was a charter member of the Abraham Lincoln Railsplitting Association, served as president eight times, and tor of Real Estate and formerly attended Third Presbyterian Church. Funeral Services were Friday, November 4 at Staab Funeral Home. Pastor Mark Estrop offi- ciated. Burial was in Oak Ridge Cemetery with Military Honors con- dueted. Memorials: United Methodist Church Youth Group or to the Ameri- can Cancer Society. She was a member of Jefferson Street Christian Church, a former dea- coness at both Jefferson Street Christian Church and Lincoln Christian Church, and Vacation Bible School chairman for several years at Lin- coln Christian Church. She was past president of the PTA at Jefferson School and was on the District 27 School Citizens Advisory Board during the 1970s. She was den mother for Cub Scout Troop 114 and very active with the Boy Scout program for 40 years. Memorials: Senior ............... Logan Food Pantry. Peastey Funeral Home was a charter member of was entrusted with the Logan County Arts arrangements. and Crafts Guild. Mt. Pulaski Times Thank You From the Family of Ethel McCain The family wants to give a special thanks to the staff at Vonderlieth for their loving care of Ethel during her long stay there. 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