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IO--TIMES.NEWS, Mount JANICE SHULL-- (Continued from page 1) III Shull, who live on a Lin- coin rural mail route, about six miles northeast of Mount Pulaski. Fune/ Services in ML Pulmskl The remains of Janice K. Shull were removed from Bloomington Monday afternoon to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski, funeral services were held : Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 2 pzn., . Conducted by the Rev. Roy True. blood, pastor of the Chestnut Church. Appropriate was played by Mrs. Trueblood. The principal of the : Jr. high school, some of the teach- : ers and students, came from ' lloomington to attend the servic- es in a body. was made ifi the Mount cemetery. Pallbearers were: Donald Waddell, Julian George Chapman, Charles Voile, Merle Lucas and Junior Fralm, all of Mount Pulaski. LINCOLN IN COUNTY On Veterans Day, Saturday, 11, Charles McCarthy of Cin- Ohio, Past Commander of War I Veterans, visited in Pulaski with Mr. and Mrs. Meister. McCarthy is interested in Shrines and enjoyed see- the Abraham Lincoln Me. Shrine, the old Logan courthouse in the Mount public square. He also the American Legion Home DLL, T'HUBSDAY, NOVEMBXR 25, 1961 L. J. DAMMERMAN, 73, DIED THURSDAY AT EFFINGHAM Louis J. Dammerman, 73, died Thursday, Nov. 16, 1961 at 9:30 a. m., in his home at Effingham, Ill., following an illness of four years. Besides his wife Augusta, he is survived by two brothers, Edwin of El Campo, Texas, and Justin Dammerman, of Altamont; two sisters, Miss Lydia Demmermann, Altamont, and Mrs. Martha Neu, of Effingham. Mr. and Mrs. Dammerman form- erly resided on a farm four mil- es southeast Middletown, being CAROL BIESEMEIER Ch ..... "" "" - RECOONI'00D A, VA'PA00SO I,. i rrogram  tj. . Miss Carol Louise Biesemeier,[ C daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John j The Mt. Pulaski Garden Biesemier was one of 143 stu-I met Friday afternoon, Nov; dents recognized at the annual! in the club room at the .Iutu Valparaiso university fall honors! Bmldmg- ., convocation held Wednesday I Mrs. Harry Guymon of DeCt morning, Nov. 15, in University gave an interesting program. Memorial Chapel. Christmas Decorations. She a In a large variety of Christmas h Those recognized for scholastic achievement included one law student, 46 freshmen, 34 sopho- [mores, 39 juniors, 9 seniors, and 14 engineering students. icraft, including plastic men and trees. She also shO  many ways of using varl s shapes of macaroni products l SHOPPING CENTERS OF CHURCH MEMBERS AT ILLIOPOLIS The Methodist Church in llli- epolis is sponsoring a Christmas Tour with shopping centers at each of six homes, Saturday, Dec. 9, from 1 to 5 p.m. The various types of homes to be visited axe "Country Store" with all kinds of Christmas delicacies; "Ginger- bread House" where all kinds of cookies are being made; "LoUi-. pop House" where articles of children's clothes, stuffed toys, etc., can be purchased; "Angel House" will have Christ- mas Decorations in general; "Christmas Tree House" with all kinds of trees and birdhouses and other woodcraft; "Tea House" where refreshments will be serv- ed to those who purchased tickets at no extra charge. Tickets are $1.00 and there is a limited num- ber yet for sale. for Phone Hu67851 or Hu 63571 tickets. BAPTISMS AND RECEPTIONS AT METHODIST CHURCH The following received Christ- ian Baptism Sunday, Nov. 19: Teresa Jane Cross, daughter of Dr. Leland Cross and Mrs. CrQss; Richard Adam Volle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Volle; Brian Dale Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyer; Susan Elizabeth Howe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Howe was impressed with it. During the day Mr. McCarthy part in the Veterans Day etmonies in IAncoln. Among activities there, he dedicat- r WORDS OF APPRECIATION new flag and flag pole at l I wish to take this opportunity new Charles Carroll Catholic to sincerely thank everyone who I helped with the harvesting of our J corn. Also for the cards, gifts, and Then there was the drunk who ] visits which I have received since home and his wife wanted{my injury on Oct. 26. These kind I )w why he was comin$[deeds shall be long remembered. e so late. His reply, "This[ James A Jackson, only place that's open". (P) I'tham, IlL Miss Biesemeier earned a 2.84 decorations. f Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger won i average, t birthday gift, an African violet- ! Refreshments were served bY CARD OF THANKS [the hostesses, Mrs. Harry there more than 30 years. They Vv'e want to thank our manY lman and Mrs James Strawn u, moved to Effingham seven years ......... ago [ menus ano remnves zor the woros Lincoln; Miss Sciota Horn, =luneral services were held at 2[ f sympathy, flowers and all oth- Oscar Fleagle, Mrs. .. I er kindnesses extended to us at p.m., Sunday, Nov. 18, at me/th e time of the" . . Brooker. init Luther n J tragic cleath oz our TumYay Burir waChnUrte An/loved one, Janiee Kay Shull. Psychiatrist- A man who pro bor Crest Cemetery near Effing- The Family. by your experience. ham. Attending the funeral from Mt. Pulaski, were his sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Dammerman and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schaffenacker; and from Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dammerman. WILL SPONSOR WORK SHOP MONDAY, DEC. 4th The Mt. Pulaski Garden Club will sponsor a Work Shop Mon- day, Dec. 4, at 10 a.m., in the club room at the library when Mrs. Harry Guymon of Decatur The following were received in-. will teach how to make articles to membership: Mrs. Joseph Mat-I frm plastic_garment bags. vrs A J Lyons US Garden Club thews, Mrs. Gertrude Christianer, ] Mr. and Mrs James Montgo,--e,-,,I chairman and urges club mere- and Samuel'Dean Mr and'M.l bets to attend this meeting and William K Smith' " "[learn the many things to do for " J Christmas decorations or giving. ! CHRISTMAS SPECIAL[ On Bowling Shoes and Bap $11.95 Shoes - for Men $6.25 $ 7.95 Shoes. Men & Ladies $5.00 Bags . . from $2.95 to $5.95 I W | Sell it with a Classified Ad. Illiopolis Bowl ILLIOPOLIS, ILLINOIS i. H THANKSGIVING THANKSGIVING-- 1961 Thankful hearts . . . happy families . . . services in the church of your choice .. all these are a part of Thanksgiving. Mcty your holiday hold many blessings. THE FARMERS BANK Member Fedm Depot.Iumnm CorImmtion MOUNT PULP, SIr.I, ILLINOIS Once more November's cornucopia spills Her harvest largess over fields and hills, Orchards and rangelands stretching sea to sea, Fulfilling Spring's bright promise lavishly! In town and village families gather in For happy hours with reunited kin; And savory fragrances from kitchens rise; A true Thanksgiving incense, to the skies l We thank Thee, Lord, for tables r/chly spread, But most for peace that sweetens daily bread! For friends and home, for work, and love that lights Our busy days. And for those hard-won rights To think, to speak, to worship as we please-- Lord, give us grace always to cherish these! And more--help us to seek for ways to share These precious gifts th all men everywhere. Msureen Murdoeh