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Mount  IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1961 soo ATTEND .............. - ......... -;-: ....... Latham Oommunity I Minnie Myrtle Haas MEETING I LeHer Box o.. s,. I -;--:--:--:::-=:-::=-::--::::-=:----== /of Cerro omo, IlL, aiea mere at The Home Bureau Unit will!2:30 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1961, ARM BUREAU I . Tucson, Arizona, meet with Mrs. Farris Cowan on l in the lmme of her sister, Mrs. r 500 members and guests[ i tE t the 44th annual meet- [ Friend Harry: Wednesd, ay, Dec. 13. Roll call I Ethel Redman, Cerro Gordo. Helen and myself are feeling will be 'The Most Unusual Gift I Miss Haas had lived with her of th Logan County Farm[ some better. held at the Lincoln Com-' This dry air is helping my arth- I Received." Miss Genevieve Gen- 1 sister for 30 years. She retired munity high school auditorium riffs, also sinus trouble, tis, Logan county home adviser, ! as a practical nurse 20 years ago Frank H. Pope, Jr., over the meeting and the annual report. The var- department heads and or- heads also made their during the day. Five directors were elected. Re- are Frank H. Pope, Jr., Fork township; Irwin Mill- Corwm; and, Farris Cowan of New directors re, Harold Oran, succeeding Wal- Book" and Henry Ubbenga West Lincoln, succeeding Carl It was announced that annual board of directors and election of officers be held Monday, Dec. 11. : Sale of the Logan County Farm building is being consid- as offers have been made to offieem. SERVICES HENRY SCHAFER Funeral services for Henry W. Ekhafer, 91, East Cooke St., Mt. lJlaA, a retired hardware and resident of the city all life, who died Wednesday, 29, 1961, in the ALM hos- Lincoln, were held at 10:301 am., Friday, Dec. 1, at Schahl funeral home, conducted by Rev. O. Zumstein, pastor of St. Lutheran Church. Appro- organ music was furnished , Mrs. J. H. Stuart. Interment was made in the Mt. Pulaski cemetery. Pallbearers Harry Hlld, Harry Van Hook, Mann, Kenneth Brooker, Hild, and William Click. W0000NOWN z. c. DIED Charles E. Lorden, 71, of 1825 Court, Springfield, Ill., who been employed at the Illinois Sate Armory in Springfield the six months, died Wednesday, 22, 1961 at 2:40 a.m. in the John's Hospital, following a short illness. Mr. Lorden was born in San- Ill., the son of Joseph and Mary O'Brien Lorden, and had a resident of Springfield most of his life. For 48 years he employed by the Illinois Railroad, serving on the Diamond passenger train his retirement in 1955. Dur- ing all those 48 years his run was  a baggageman and his trips from Chicago to St. Louis, Mo. and return, through Mount :/pulaski. On this account he was known to people in Mount was a member of the Bless- Sacrament Catholic Church Holy Name Society, Knights of Council 364, Springfield, was Past Grand Knight of the Clinton K. of C. Council and a member of Lodge 41, Brother- Railroad Trainmen of Clin- ton. Decedent is survived by his wife, Charlotte; two daughters, Miss Marie Lorden and Mrs. Al- Cusick, both of Springfield; two grandsons and one grand- daughters. Funeral services were held Sat- urday, Nov. 25, at 9:30 a.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Springfield, the Rt. Rev. A. B. Schwarz officiating. Burial was m the Calvary Ceme- Springflld. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker Mount Pulaski vicinity attend. the funeral services. --Winter wreaths and cemetery ts. all sizes and llCU. Or- now. Schahl Fmxeml Home, PulaskL (1244) WHICH END ? the wedding the minister the groom on the back him, "Son, God bless l are at the end of all your years later, the young met the preacher and threatened to beat him up. "What the matter?" asked the preacher in astonishment. We are visiting our grandson, Richard Anderson and family, and all three of them are well. Please change our Times-News subscription to 825 N. Tucson Blvd., Apt. 2, Tucson, Ariz., and I have also enclosed a check for $3.33 for one copy of the Sil-Ten- nial Edition as we have talked about it, and want to show this off to some people we have met. Yours respectfully, K. M. Anderson. Box 106 Cataldo, Idaho Dec. 2, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: I am enclosing a check for my subscription. I enjoy the paper and keeping up with my friends. Really enjoyed the Sil-Termial edition and wish I could have been there. We really had Christmas weath- er for Thanksgiving - snow and lots of it. However, it is now melt- ing off. Keep up the good work. Verna Mae (Hatfield) Moore. WHICH WILL IT BE? XMAS Xhausting preparations will be present. Mrs. Fern Pope land had lived in Cerro Gordo for will tell the Christmas Story. 31 years, moving there from De- The WSCS of Latham Metho-Icatur. She was a member of the dist church will hold a potluck Cerro Gordo Church of God. dinner at home of Mrs. Joyee Miss Haas was born Aug. 19, Shimer, Thursday, Dec. 14th. 1875, at Beason, Ill. the daughter Mrs. Joyce Shimer will enter-i of John W. and Mary Josephine tain the Harmony Home Bureau t Berryhill Haas. She was well Unit with a potluck dinner in her known in Beason and Mount Pul- home at noon Wednesday, Dec. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall visit- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kitzner and family in Fair- field, Sunday. There will be a full practice for those taking part in the Christ. mas program, Dec. 10th at 2:30 p.m., in the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and four children, Decatur, were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis G. Howe, St., Sunday. Mrs. Forrest COx, Decatur, and Mrs. Irene Wiedeman of Akron, Ohio, called on Mrs. Howe, Sr., i Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean Reit- erman and family of Virginia, Ill. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stogdell and daughters, Janet and Ruth, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt and family, Sun- aski, where she had often visit- ed through the years with her sister. Survivors include the following sisters and brother: Mrs. Ethel Redmon, Cerro Gordo; Mrs. Louis iF. Weidenbacher, Mt. Pulaski; Mrs. Edna Clifford, Elgin; and Mrs. Charles (Bessie) Jones, of Dixon; and Mayo Haas of Mt. Sterling. Funeral services were held at 1:30 pxn. Friday, Nov. 24, in the J. J. Moran & Sons funeral home at Decatur. Burial was made in the Harmony Cemetery, adjacent to the Harmony church in the Beason community. CARD OF THANKS Our deepest appreciation for the many acts of kindness and love shown us during the long illness and death of our beloved sister, Etta Upp. Maude Kiplinger HONOR ROLL FOR SECOND 6 WEEKS Students making the second si weeks honor roll at MPTHS are: SENIORS: High Honors - 5.0: Mariall )ierker. Honors - 4.5: Pauline BurdiCk, Sheryl Davis, Darlene Downing, Linda Harem, Ronald Handlim Honorable Mention . 4.0: Mich" act Berg, Sue Crowe, Willia Downing, David Drake, John Drake, Ray Hanslow, Judy LucaS, Jana Rockwell, Gene Rohlfs, Con- nie Stoll, Lois Tendiek, Georgia Washbond. JUNIORS: Honors - 4.5: JoAnn vanHOOlL Honorable Mention, 4.0: VidO' Passmore, Wilma Schmidt, Ruth Stogdell, Cheryl Sutton. SOPHOMORES: High Honors, 5,0: Maxine Vsll Fossan, SheHa Wilham. Honors, 4.5: Carylyn Full.' John Zimmermann, Susan J agg1" Honorable Mention, 4.0: Linda Cardoni, Susan Connolley, MarY" lyn Fuhrer, Diane Harem philiP Jacobs Camille Kafka ,Iichtel ' i sut" Reeves, Judy Stuckel, ry 't ton, Theresa Wessbecher, Jura Wubben. FRESHMEN High Honors, 5.0: Carol Horll. j Honors, 4.5: Phyllis Baker au Cheri Welch. Honorable Mention, 4.0: Leslie Braun, Garb' Ey, Barbara Luc Dorothy Stiles. Linda Tendiclc --Sell it with a Classified ll Xtensive shopping Xtreme decorations Xciting parses Xcessive feasting Xtravagant gifts Xalting Santa Xcluding Christ --OR-- CHRISTMAS My Savior grant me THY grace that I may fully know the significance of the day of Thy nativity. Let me ever seek the center of CHRISTMAS in Thee my SAVIOR AND LORD day. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Behrens and sons and Mrs. Albert Reiter- man attended the funeral of Miss Grace Hanes, in Decatur, Sunday. Miss Hanes was a sister of Mrs. Eugene Reiterman, formerly of Latham vicinity. Mrs. Otis Howe, Sr., will sing "Birthday of a King", Sunday morning in the Methodist Church. She will be accompanied by Mrs. John Scheetz, organist. REAL ESTATE SFEI Victor J. and Clara L. Soukup, Village of Chestnut, to Russell and Phyllis H. McDonnough, lots 4, 5 and 6, block 1, Schaffenacker's 2nd Addition to the Town of Chestnut. ---Scratch M at Times.News-- SAFEST PLACE TO KEEP IT[ Whether it's the deed to your house, your port-folio of securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit Box. In our massive vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from theft, fire or loss at all times, yet readily available to YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection means much to you ... but costs little' WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS . . . -- OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES -- Checking Account Personal Loans Savings Accounts Home Imp't. 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