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W. Schafer, 92, Christmas Music Wednesday; Will Feature Friday W.C. Program Resident Well-Known Merchant W. Schafer, well known of Mount Pulaski all of life, and who lived on East Street, was taken in the ambulance, Tuesday, to ALM hospital, in Lincoln for care. He passed away, at 5:15 a.m. Wednesday, 29, 1961, sixteen hours after admitted to the hospital. had ben failing for months because of his ad- age. Mr. Schafer was 92 10 month and 20 days. was born in Mount Ill., Jan. 9, 1869, a son F. and Anna Vonder Sehafer. He attended Mount and in early man- began working in his lath- hardware store on the east of the square. Following his death the family contin- operation of the hardware under the name of C. F. Hardware Co. A few years Schafer heirs-retired from -established business and to the Stahl Bros. from the area. on Oct. 29, 1891 united in marriage Miss Margaret Pfund, the taking place in the St. Hotel. They spent their wedded life in Mount Pul- On Oct. 29, 1941 they cele- their golden wedding an- His wife was a native $he preceded him in Nov. 20, 1948. Schafer was a member of John's Lutheran Church, the Lodge and the Modern of America. are two daughters, Russel Shull of Mt. Pulaski, Mrs. Margaret Frye, Bloom- one brother, Walter A. and two sisters, Mrs. J. Smith, and Mrs. Grace of Mt. Pulaski; and two remains were removed to Sehahl funeral home in Mt. where funeral services held at 10:30 a.m. Fri- Dec. 2, conducted by Rev. O. Zumstein. Burial willl be the Mount Pulaski Cemetery. SHOWER MISS FAY SHANI & miscellaneous shower, given friends, was held Tuesday, 14, at the Cornland Chris- church honoring Miss Kay Shanle will wed Joseph Jr, of Lincoln, Ill., in the Christian Church, on Dec. 8th. , bride-to-be received many and useful gifts. BENEFIT The Woman's Club will meet in the club room at the Mul- doon Memorial Building, Friday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ellis Wood of the Music Department will have charge of the program. Group singing of Christmas Carols will put all in the Christmas spirit. Mrs. Wood will lead. 'rhe Note-A-Belles" of Lincoln, a group of housewives who love to sing, have prepared a program which will include the narration of the Christmas story with color- ed slides and proper musical ac- companiment. The 11 housewives, all moth- ers, have found time from their busy lives to enjoy their love for music and keep their voices in training in a casual and pleas- ant manner. They meet once a week in each others homes while baby sitters look after their little ones. Mrs. Wilbur Knollenberg of Lawndale is their accompanisL Do come and enjoy their talents in a fine portrayal of the Christ- mas Story. The president Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, will conduct the bus- iness meeting. December hostess are Mrs. Louis Belatti, Mrs. Paul Beidler, Mrs. Ellis Bredenstiner, Mrs. Donald Copeland, Mrs. Russell Curtis Mrs. Claude Litterly, Mrs. Leigh Lucas, Mrs. Harry Martin, Sr., Mrs. Keith Rothwell, Mrs. Theo- dore Aderman, Mrs. Elmer Alls- pach, Mrs. Charles Anderson, Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mrs. Murriel Boyden, Mrs. Austin Schaffenack- er, Mrs. Elizabeth Voile, Mrs. Lil- lian WoelfeL PURCELL INFANT FOUND DEAD IN CRIB THURSDAY David Lee Purcell, 6-weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pur- cell of Latharn, IlL, was found dead in his crib by his father about 9 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23, 1961. The baby was born Oct. 10, 1961 in the Decatur and Macon County Hospital, a son of Richard and Mary McClure Purcell, and had been at the family home in La- thee for several weeks. Besides the parents, David Lee is survived by his twin brother Douglas, also another brother Roger Dean; a sister, Chris Ann grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ett Purcell of Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis McClure, War- rensburg. The body was taken to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mount i Pulaski where funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, conducted by the Rev. Louis Kraft, pastor o the Lath- am Baptist Church. interment was made in Lake Bank Cemetery three miles south- west of Latham. DEC. 9 and sausage supper by parents of band will be held Saturday, 9, at the grade school cafe- Serving will start at 5 p.m. are now being sold by members at $1.00 for adults 75c for students. All you can he band members are raising for a trip they hope to take and would appreei- Your patronage. SALE DATES 4--John Leggett Closing Out 5 miles west of Mt. Pul- on Elkhart blacktop, then mile north. Gene Howe and Fuller, auctioneers.  6--Big Closing Out Sale of Drake Estate, 3 miles of Latham; 5 miles north Niantie on blacktop. Gene Chan Fuller, auctioneers. mtng.Out Farm Sale Everett Brooker, west of Mr. CELEBRATED 35th Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schahl, Wing northwest of the city, will celebrate their 35th wedding an- niversary with open house from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 3, at the home of their daughter and son-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn HeRon, 111 Belmont St., Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Schahl were mar- ried Nov. 28, 1926, in Mount Pul- aski. She is the former Ruby Mittlesteadt. They are parents of one son and four daughters: Clifford Schahl, Mrs. Robert C. Lewis, Mrs. Glenn HeRon, Miss Janet SchahL and Miss Judy Schahl, all of Mt. Pulaski. There are 11 grandchild- ten. SORRY FOLKS ! Due to too much Thanksgiving by everyone, we were compelled to leave out some news, which will be next week. VOL. 59 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 NO. INJURED WHEN IRUCK OF COAL rURNED OVER Jess Guseman, 78, and Bill Guseman, 81, Cornland, were in- jured Tuesday, when the pick-up truck of coal Jess was driving went out of control about noon near Cornland. The truck turned completely around and then went over on its left side, emptying the load of coal, which fell all over the highway. Passersby removed Bill from the truck, from the upright door on the right side, then turned the xuck over on its wheels and helped Jess out. They were both taken to Springfield Memorial hospital in the Schahl ambulance. Jess remained as a patient in the hospital with four fractured ribs. Bill was dismissed after treat- nent and returned home in the ambulance. CONCORDIA CHORUS CONCERT SUNDAY AT LINCOLN ZION Two candlelight Christmas Choral Concerts will be present- ed by Concordia Seminary Chor- us ot Springfield at 4:00 and a- gain' at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 3, at Lion Lutheran Church in tancoln. Directed by Prof. Fred L. Precht, the Seminary Chorus will be as. sisted by the Concordia Chorale, a string ensemble, brass choir, or- ganist Mflo Lombard of Spring, held, and Dr. Mark Steege, nar- rator. The three-act program will in- clude The Echo Carol, and Old French Number; Stille Nacht, ar- ranged by Prof. Precht; Beside Thy Cradle Here I Stand, from The Christmas Oratorio by J. S. Bach; a Weinachtskantate ar- ranged by Joseph Dantonello, ac. companied by organ and brass choir; March of the Kings, art. by Alice Parker and RobeR Shaw; and by popular request the in- spiring All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" will be repeated. The public is invited to attend. Back From Hawaii lan Bowers and Morrell Mun- yon have returned home from a two-months sight-seeing tour of Hawaii. Their buddy Kenneth Brown remained. SECOND .TRAGEDY IN EIGHT TAKES LIFE OF JULIAN R, SHULLI TO THE FAMILY OF JANICE L AND JULIAN RAY SHULL With anguish in your hearts you cry Oh Lord, what have we done To lose first Our Darling Daugh- ter And so soon Our Beloved Son? Our hearts were torn asunder Only a few short days ago And now the wounds are re-op- ened ! How much grief can a heart know ? Dear Friends: God only loaned you Two treasures, precious and rare, When "He" sent these souls to earth To be nurtured by your loving care ! "He" placed, in "HIS" infinite wis- dom This trust, for well He knew, Their souls would be righteously guided By the love of two people like you ! And although we know not "His" reason For the return'of these souls to "His" keep, Do not let your hearts be troubled That God has willed them to sleep ! "Hi" voice they have sweetly obeyed As each name "He" called soft and clear, Loving memories to keep them near ! Only time can soften the ache in your hearts And ease GrteI's terrible pain; But remember "His" promise -- Believe in me And ye shall all meet again." Take your Strength from His lov- ing mercy. Turn your faith to "His" own Son, Remembering to whisper, -- Not mine, Oh Lord, but Thy'will be done ! With Sincere Sympathy Maey Charlotte Cheever On behal oL Community which extends its deepest sympatly. HI SCHOOL OPENS SEASON WITH .WIN, THEN LOSES TO BSENHOWER breaker here on Tuesday night when Albers of Eisennower nit a zmm goal from the Dase llne give his. team a 58-57 win. "t'ne Hflitoppers were ahead by wlm 11 seconds rematmng," to a v-point margin early m the game, aut tna dwmmea until early m the thtta penoa wnen r.asenhower went atteaa, 3Z-,O. from men on It was a mp-ana- tlCK Dull game rlgflt down to the 1( seCtMItL  8oon 8.8 ,lsen- .ower went out Zront me locam stormea oack to Ue it up. With the score tied at 54.54 late m the fourth penoa, Romer picked up a tree toss, but Eisen- nower hit rom m Iront and took me lead at 56-5. McCor__ick hi1 Lrom under and it was 57-56 vutaski. 't'nen as the seconds tieR- ed ott Albers iait from the side to ice the game at 58-57. lvicCmuck wa high on both teams as he hit consistently from under with some nice passing by Romer. Drake hit 13 and Rorder -- imll ill i ( on page 12) Hamburg First Victim In Opener Last Friday, 57-51 Mount Pulaski's Hilltoppers op- ened the 1961-62 cage season here, Friday night on a very pleasant note, winning a 57-51 decision over Hartsburg. They also won the curtain-raiser, 52-35. The fans were very much pleas. ed with  what they saw in the way of action in the opener with an aggressive team spirt that never let down all the way thru the game. The shooting of Dick! Romer was a highlight as he caged 8 baskets and 4 free toss- es. Keith Wilham also was ascor. ing factor as he hit 9 free ones and 2 baskets. He nade 7 free hrows in the last minute and a half of play. Hartsburg made a battle of it all the way thru, but didn't have quite enough punch. Eisenhower The lost a heart- Accident Ha In Michigan Tuesday Morning Julian Ray Shull, 18, of Front St., Bloomington, Ill., erly of Mt. Pulaski and ChestnUt, was killed about 7:00 a.m. Tues day, Nov. 28, 1961, in a collision of two trucks on 12 at Harbert, Mich. His 13-year-old sister, Shull, of 712 S. Bunn St., ington, was killed Nov. 20 in! collision of two cars at section of Clinton and in Bloomington. Shull, who worked for a struction company, was from one town to another his truck collided with a loaded with steel. The entire side of Shull's truck was torn way by the impact. The driver the other truck was not Death was caused by a fracture and was instantaneouL Julian Ray Shull was born 13, 1943, at a hospital in a son of George Thomas Lillian Irene Hanslow Shull, living in Pana. The family to Mount Pulaski and later ed to a farm on Whitney of Chestnut. Seven years ago located in Bloomington. Surviving are his wife, former Carolyn Lane, and a old son, Trent T his and Mrs. George T. Bloomington; and Mrs. Dorrell Shull, a Lineoln rural route, Mount Pulaski, and Mr, Charles H. Hanslow, Sr., of Pulaski. The body was removed Thursday afternoon to the Funeral Home in Mount where funeral services held at 2 p.m. Friday Dee. dueted by the Rev. ROy pastor of the Chestnut Church. Interment will be in the Mount Pulaski The two tragedies coming close together come as a shock to everyone.  GARDEN CLUB WILL MEKT MONDAY. DEC, 4 The Garden Club will a Work Shop Monday, 10 a.m., in the library Mrs. Harry Guyman of will give instructions on Christmas decorations. should bring scissors, pipe ers and styrafoam. Mr Gyman will also terns for some of the made of felt. Anyone is to come in addition to signed-up. Members are a sack lunch. Coffee will ished. New Swim. New classes at the Swimming Pool are being ed "now. The schedule is lows: Women's Beginners . at 6:30 p.m.; days, "/:30. Men's Beginners, Tuesdays 6:30; Swimmers at "/:30. On Wednesdays at there will be Senior class for one and The minimum age to be eligible one must least passed On FHdays, from 2 to there will be Women' The price of 12 lessons in