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PAGE TWELVE THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, Hild-Shanle Wedding-- (Continued from page 1) gown of blue brocaded taffeta, fashioned along lines similar to the bride's gown. Her mitts were blue, and she carried a colonial arrangement of blue carnations and white roses. The bride's mother wore a beige dress, pink accessories and a pink carnation corsage. The groom's mother wore a cinnamon brown dress, black accessories, and a white carnation corsage. A reception took place in the church basement. In the center of the bride's table was a three- tiered heart shaped cake. Snap- dragon florets and ferns were the floral decorations placed around the cake. Mrs. Carl Ey of.Lin- coln had charge of serving ar- rangements. For traveling the bride wore an orchid wool jersey dress, with black accessories, and a pink rose corsage. The bride is a graduate of the Lincoln community high school, and attended Lincoln Bible In- stitute. The bridegroom graduat- ed from Mount Pulaski township high school and is engaged in farming with his father. Besides the guests from Illi- nois, others were present from Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indi- ana and Tennessee. MR..MRS. J. TENDICK QUIETLY OBSERVED 49TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tendick. North Marion Street, Mount Pu- laski, quietly observed their 49th wedding anniversary Monday, Jan. 15, 1951. But the evening before was not quite so quiet, when members of the family and a few friends tendered them a surprise and assembled in their home to celebrate the event. A huge 53 egg angle food cake, baked by Mrs. John Ed Tendick, decorated the dining table, which was served along with ice cream. Miss Anna Zelle and John H. Tendick were marriage Jan. 15, 1902, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zelle. one- fourth mile north of Lake Fork. They went to housekeeping two and one.half miles west of Mount Pulaski, making their home on the farm for 46 years. They retir- ed and moved to their present city. home over three years ago. Those attending the surprise celebration were:- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick and children. Elenor, Edward and Lorine, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick and children, Donald and Louis Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn and daughter, Karmen Kay, Mrs. Wilford Tendick, Mrs. Paul Ten- dick, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Ten- dick and daughter, Linda, Rev- and Mrs. Albert Hoffman and children. Bruce and Palma. Due to illness the following were unable to be present: Wil- ford Tendick, Paul Tendick and daughter Marsie. CHRISTIAN YOUNG ADULT CLASS MEETS Mrs. Walter Warren's class of the Sunday School of the Mount Pulaski Christian church, which was called the Young Adult Class met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wilkes Tuesday even ing, Jan. 16, to organize. It was decided to name the class The Willing Workers. Officers were elected as fololws:- President: Mrs. Millard Phillips Vice-President: Mrs. Harold Thornton. Secy.-Treas.: Mrs. Lester Down- trig. The class will meet the first Tuesday of each month in the homes of the members. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baker. The following were present on Tuesday night: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feese, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Baker, Mrs. Harold Thornton, Mrs. Lester Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren, Sidney Lee, Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wilkes. You to be an aquat- ic "to all the dives in ROLLER SKATING STARS ON TUESDAY, JAN. 23, in the Mount Pulaski high school gym, an assembly program, featuring two roller skating stars, will be held. The two unusual perform- ers are, Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien. who are billed as Pierrot and Pirouette. The public is cordially invited to attend the program which commences at 1:45 P. M. A free.will offering will be taken. AMERICAN LEGION OPENS RANKS TO K-WAR VETS According to word from Bloom- ington, Veterans of the Korean war will be eligible for mem- bership in the American Legion. That means the men and women of the armed forces who have served honorably from June 25, 1950 m the start of the Korean warm and thereafter, until cessa- tion of hosilities, can join the Legion when discharged. Lawrence J. Felen, Chicago State Legion Commander, said that Congress has again amend- ed the 1919 charter of the Ameri- can Legion, for the second time in eight years, in order to open the Legion ranks to all honor- ably discharged veterans of this emergency. CAROL GOODPASTER, MIAMI, ANNOUNCES HER ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Ernest Goodpaster of Mi- ami, Florida, formerly of Mount Pulaski. anounces the engage- ment of her daughter, Miss Carol to Private John R. Good- man Jr., of Miami. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Goodpaster was born in Mount Pulaski and attended the local schools, graduating from the township high school in 1947. At that time she had the honor of being crowned May Queen for that year. For the past three years she has been em- ployed at the First National Bank of Miami. Pfc. John R. Goodman Jr., formerly of Hartford. Conn., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Goodman, Sr., of Miami. He graduated from the Miami senior high school, and attended the University of Miami prior to his enlistment in the United States Marine Corps. James Pugh Retires After 50 Years Service James Pugh, West Jefferson street, who has been section foreman here on the Peoria di- vision of the Illinois Central for the past 36 years, as of January 1, 1951, retired from the work on pension, because of his health. Mr. Pugh, formerly of Dyers- burg, Tenn., was employed by the Illinois Central railroad for about 50 years. He was employed at other points before coming to Mount Pulaski. His place has been taken over temporarily by Angelo Golan. It is understood that a former Mr. Pulaskian, Albert Villareal, is slated for the job. At present Mr. Villareal is at his home in Port Arthur, Texas, on a 90-day leave. CARD OF THANKS We want to express our sincere thanks to the many goods friends for their acts of kindness dur- ing the sickness and following the death of our beloved father, Charles Herring, and for the ex- pressions of sympathy. The Family. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! i 1 Group Hats . . 1 Croup Hats $2.00 1 Group Purses $2.00 1 Group Gloves J 1 Group Je wc,lry (Plus Tax) 1 Group Blouses I Group Dresses Grace Curtis HOMER BAUERI DIED IN WOODBINE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Elza Oglesby of near Lake Fork, received word on Saturday from Woodbine, Ia., telling of the sudden death of Homer Bauerle on Monday, Jan. 8. His mother was formerly Miss Lida Lucas of Mount Pulaski. He is survived by his wife and one sister. Mr. Bauerle had often visited the Oglesby and Shinn at Lake Fork, and with Logan county relatives friends m Buy U. S. Savings Bonds THE CONFIDENCE OF OTHERS . . should prompt you to call upon us in time of sorrow. We stress simple beautiful services that prove consoling to the bereaved. Our services are reasonable and the conveniences of our home will add much to your consolation in your hour of sorrow. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Phone 235 BLUE RIBBON OLEO 2-1bs. Pecans 00lb. 39c BULK OYSTER Crackers lb 31c NAVY Beans 2-1bs. FRESH FigBars lb. FRESH CornMeal LARGE QUAKER Oats . S.lb, FLORIDA LARGE SIZE JUICE ORANGES . doz. PRINCE ALBERT ]Tobacco LB. CAN DOMINO Sugar 10-LB. BAG COLUMBIA SLICED BACON CENTER CUT--"Bu of the Week" BEEF CHUCK ROAST BLUE RIBBON Mush PER CAN pound lb. KELLY'S MOUNT PULASKI, rLLINOXS