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December 21, 1961

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CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere appreciation that we wish to thank our friends and relatives for the words of sympathy, flowers and all other kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our loved one, William Barnhart. The Family. IN LOVING MEMORY of our parents, Otto and Anna Knauer, at Christmas. They are gone, but not forgotten, And we often think of them Also the many family gatherings That we had all the years thru, And how we most enjoyed them, And now, do miss them so, "ris the happy memories of their kindness, And their loving friendly smiles, Still linger in our thoughts, So we live in hope and prayer, When we shall meet you in that beautiful mansion, To hold a Blessed reunion which shall never end. CHURCHES CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Misr 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 am. Morning Worship Sermon: "Emmanuel" 7:00 pm. Christmas Eve Service Christmas message by Larry Ball. Azmmmcmmmz: A Special Christmas Eve service has been planned for Sunday night, Dec. 24, at 7:00 pxn. Larry Ball will bring a special Christ- mas message. Sherry Davis will lead the singing and June Boyd will play the piano. A cordial in- vitation is extended to all who would like to spend a part of their Christmas Eve in the Lord's House. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. Plans have been completed for our New Years Eve services. They will start at 8 p.m. and continue until 12:05 a.m. of 1962. Mr. John Webb, former minister, will bring the message at the Watch Service. FIRST ME'IIODIST Jefferson and Vine Streets Cfffoed D. Smith, Servl foe De.tuber 24th-- Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win All- sopp, Jr., Supt. Worship Service at 10 a.m. Sermon by the pastor, 'he Christmas Story According to Matthew and Luke." Anthem by the choir directed by Mrs. Julian Sams, accompan- ied by Mrs. Fran Myrick. - veLtmj Slm: Christmas Party for the Baby Jesus, at 7:00 pan. Candlelighting Service at 8 p.m. Special Christmas offerings for World Service at these services. Lay-Lad Banquet at St. Nichol. as Hotel, Dec. 27 at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 31---Student Recognition Day will be observed in the morning worship service. All college stu- dents home for the holidays are invited to be present. ZION LUTHERAN Church of the Lutheran Hour Roy. Martin Rothe Pb. T92-5965 Sat., 8:45 to 11:15 a.m. Saturday I School I Sat., 7:00 p.m. Nursery thru 3rd[ Grade Christmas Program. I Sun., 9 aan. Sunday School and l Bible Classes for all ages. I 10 a.m. Luke 2, 10; "Joy to the I World" Grades 4 thru 8, "O Come Emmanual" Christmas Eve Program. Monday, Christmas Day, 9:00 a.m. Worship Service, "Hark The Herald Angels Sing''. A cordial invitation to all. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School .................. 930 a.m. Worship Service ................ 10:30 a.m. Music will be by the Senior Choir: "Break Forth, O Beau- teous Light," by J. S. Bach. The Pastor's sermon will be: "Be JoyfulY' Other services on Dec. 24, are: 4:30 p.m.. The 24th Annual Candlelight Service by the Beginner, Junior, Chancel, High School and Senior Choirs. 6:00 p.m. Congregational Christmas Supper (all friends invited). 7:30 p.m. Children's Christmas Service. 11:00 p.m. The "Midnight" Candlelighting Service. Christmas Day Services will be at 10:00 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. St. THOMAS AQUINAS Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, Dec. 24 will be offered at 8 a.m. Christmas Eve, Midnight Mass and a second Mass at 9 o'clock Christmas morning, Monday Dec. 25th. White Christmas A 2 1-2 inch fall of snow Mort. day night and Tuesday, with 30 degree temperature makes "it !look more lke Christmas." f -- ROBES Terry Cloth ' / & Rayon Wash & Wear , ,THURSDAY DECEMBER 21,1 1 Wm. J. Barnhardt, 48, Latham, Died Saturday, Dec. 16 William J. Barnhardt 48, of La- tham, Ill., formerly of Decatur, died at 4:20 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, 1961, in the Decatur.MaCOX County Hospital, after a brief ill- ness. Mr. Barnhardt was born in De: catur on April 12, 1913, a son ot William J. and Ethel Mae HuttOn Barnhardt, St. In Decatur on Aug. 10, 1946, he married the former Marjorie GaS- away. He was a salesman for the Frazier Distributing Corp. of De" catur, moving to Latham eight years ago. Previous to working for the Frazier Corp. he was era- ployed in the postoffice. Besides his wife, he is sur" rived by one daughter Ethel iClaY at home; one brother, James, " Decatur. The body was removed to the Schahl Funeral Home in Mount Pulaski and later taken to the Schahl home for Funerals in I." tham, where visitation was made Sunday afternoon and evening- . Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 18, in the Latham Methodist Church, co" ducted by the Rev C W Flewell" ing of Decatur, anti t'he v P al DuBoise, pastor of the clurcl. Chrlstmas is a happy-tlme, A holiday gay and bright, An,] everyone around the tree Is beaming with delight. H.I.S. & WASH & WEAR PANTS Arrow & McGregor SPORT SHIRTS Your Exnct Sleeve Length KNIT SHIRTS Long Sleeves SWEATERS . Hi-V Crew . $6.87 Button Coat Style HICKOK JEWELRY JEWELRY BOXES emd CUFF LINKS - TIE RACKS TIE CLASPS and SETS ChrlJtmas is a family time, Season of love and cheer, When good fMks get together: Tke nicest time of the year[ SLIPPERS t Opera & Romeo's ArEow ' DRESS SHIRTS White and Colors Wash and Wear Comrtlble Cuffs BOYS" McGregor and Munsingwear SWEATERS Hi-V Neck & Buttonup TOM SAWYER SHIRTS & PAJAMAS McGregor and Tom Sawyer CAR COATS & JACKETS Men's & Boys" & McGregor & Oshkosh UNLINED JACKETS TOP COATS -- CuHee SUITS -- Curlee SUITS -- H.LS. H.LS. CORDUROY SUITS Sizes 6.20; 36.42 AlUgator and HJ.S. ALL.WEATHER COATS Sizes 8.20 & 34-44 GIFT CERTIFI. CATES Men's & SHOES Massgic. Freemern, Ro00s \\;/LEATHER GOODS WALLETS . POCKET SECRETARIES TRAVEL KITS KENNEDY GLOVES Men's & Boys" Leather.Suede. Lined and Unlined H.I.S. Boys CORDUROY PANTS WEIBLEY TIES With The Color Guide /nterwowm & Munsingwe SOCKS Arrow HANDKER- CHIEFS Linen High School LETTER JACKETS Sizes 34-44 Tom Sawyer Curlee SPORT COATS SPORT COATS Sizes 6.20 Sizes 36 . 46 Hubbcu and Tom Sawyer Men's and H Until Christmds I MEN'S & FREE o Mrs. John Scheetz, Latham, plaY" ed appropriate music. Interment was made in the Fairlawn cemetery at DecatU Pallbearers were: John and Fra Pope, Kermit Voile, Edward shee" han, Ralph Buckles and vernon Briner, all of Latham. Mr. and Mrs. Barnhardt, after moving to Latham, opened Corner Care. They sold the iness in recent years. Latham OommunilY By Mrs. Otis G. Howe, St. sne.ndig Dianne Williams is in  laO e her Christmas vacation of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. F_. Williams. She attends a co llege in South Carolina. Mr and Mrs John ScheetZ at: * . tended the funeral of her auf in Springfield on Monday.  t- The MYF will go caroling  urday evening in Latham, a then attend a Christmas party the home of Gary Games, son Mr. and Mrs. Loy Games. v l Mr and Mrs Otis Howe, Sr. _ Christmas exchange in their hora Saturday evening, Dec. 23d. _a Mr. and Mrs. Eldo T. Howe a,,: family of Powell, Wyoming, pl to be at the Christmas party "" the home of O. G Howe's, Sr.. Grandma Miller and Ma_" . 0 w- wfll also be guests m the H home. We extend sincere sympathy to the Wm. Barnhart family. - it Mr. and Mrs. John Scheetz,le. Tuesday, Dec. 19 for Houston, T  as to spend Christmas in . home of their daughter and f tao ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ray HamP and son Kent. ter d Carolyn Blaker, daugh of M. and Mrs. James Blake[d Decatur, will be guest orga _ at the Latham Methodist Ch tffc" during Mrs. Scheetz's absence, . Floyd D. Faith, P.N. 3, att. ed to the USS Randolph at 1 ,, folk Va., was home on a 5-a leave, visiting }is parents , family, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Fav Mr and Mrs Denzil Faith aL' famiiy had a'family christ., dinner in their home Dec. 17, yaw 11 attending. Merry Christmas and A H appy New Year to the Times-NeCk" Staff CLUB NOTES The Pot Holders Annual chr mas Party will be held at *'o' home of Mrs. Loren Holmesi  North Jasper St., Wednesda.. 27. Please don't forget your -" Pal. i The C D Club will have t n, Christmas party on ThUrf Dec. 28, at 2 p.m., in the horae;'[ Mrs. Loren Holmes. The aSS d ant hostess will be Mrs. H a,, Deiberft. Please remember yu Secret Pal. the birds! feed covered even rose seed