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FRY00CH--- from page I) (Mount ]Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1961 and headpieces of circular and flat bows, also, short gloves. They carried cas- of gaiety carnations. The best man was George D. brother of the groom. Kindred of Lincoln, was John and Maurice brothers of the groom, J. .:Tmwbridge, Beason, and Dar- Lincoln, were ushers. bride's mother wore a linen knit dress with bone white accessories. The mother chose a navy with white hat and navy Their corsages were camellias. followed immedi- after the ceremony, in the basement. The table was with white satin and and decorated with red and carnations. Mrs. John poured the coffee. Miss Aylesworth poured punch. Betty and Margaret Irwin the cake. groom is a graduate of the high school. The bride is of the Mount Pulaski High School and is at the Farmers Grain ,. in Beason. a wedding trip the young will be at home two miles Beason where Mr. Irwin engaged in farming. For traveling Mrs. Irwin chose grey and black checked suit. wore the white rose corsage her bridal bouquet. ii I:': . ICK00 Jl,ents happen fast -- Farmers Auto da|m service is also fmtl Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phone SW 2-5215 Mr. PULASKI, ILl. and Casualty Insurance Area Residents At Inaugural, 1957 And In 1961 Andrew Wiggers of Mount Pul- aski, Norman Muck and Harold: Sparks were in Washington dur- ing the inaugural of the new President. They were attending the national meeting of limestone companies and saw quite a bit of the inaugural activities. At Eisenhour Inaugural Wallace Schroth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schroth, resid- ing north of Mount Pulaski and a graduate of the Mount Pulaski township high school, was a member of the famous University of Illinois Marching Band that took part in the inauguration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, i Monday, Jan. 21, 1957. A special train took the band to Washington, where it marched in the inaugural parade on Pennsyl- vania Ave., along with limousin- es bearing governors and their wives from the 48 states. The Ill- inois band was sent by the State AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Xezwood Robert Brame is vacationing in Florida. The Home Bureau meets today (Tuesday) with Mrs. Glenn Rau. Was Win. Raus not Hefts, visit- ed her sister in O'Fallan, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston and Cheryl have been visiting her folks in Alabama, near Mo- bile. Mrs. Ross Rau and family were dinner guests Sunday of the Gerald Raus. Pamela Heft spent Sunday with Connie Southern. after Church. Connie is organist for church ser- vices. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rau visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feathers, south of Moweaqua, Saturday after- noon. Earnest Bvrne is bereft of his twin sister, " Mrs. Flossie Slover of Decatur, she died Sunday night of pneumonia in St. MaD"s hos- pital. She leaves seven brothers and sisters. of Illinois at the suggestion of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trowbridge Governor William G. Stratton. [ and daughters were Friday even- Other Musical Thrills ing dinner guests of the Wm. This thrilling trip calls to mind I Rau's, to celebrate the 12th birth- another exciting and never-to-be-Jday of Carol Trowbridge and forgotten tripthat was made by Christina Rau. five former iount Pulaski high Rev. Milton Witt, a former pas- musicians, when the university tor. now of Stockton (moved from band went with the Illini football team to the Rose Bowl at Pase- dena, Calif., in 1951. All were out- standing musicians in the high school band. They were: Bill My- rick, Jr., Ray Richner, Don Kin- ert, Bob Smith and John Ed Rentschler. TOWNSHIP CAUCUS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Sunday the 7th day of February next, at Town Hall. a caucus of the Democratic voters of Lake Fork Township will be held for the purpose of nominating candi- dates for the following Township Offices: Assessor Town Clerk Three (3) Auditors Which caucus will be opened at 2 P.M. o'clock in the afternoon of said day. Dated this 19th day of Jan., A.D. 1961. Edward Sheehan, (2-2) Town Clerk. NOTE OF THANKS Thanks to all my friends and relatives who remembered me with cards, flowers and visits and other kindnesses while I was a patient at the ALM hospital. Vernon Cooper. Freeport last Feb.) called here Thursday A. M. Their daughter Joan has two children. His moth- er resides with them, was real ill l all summer, came near losing her. Able now to come down stairs to her meals. He came to Bloomington Tuesday to attend a conference for Ministers and delegates to annual conference - to elect two conference superin- tendents. Dr. O. F. Landis of Decatur, was re-elected for the Decatur District and Rev. J. B. Bouldin of Aurora, for Naper- ville District to replace Dr. Paul Church who took Rev. Milhouse's place in Dayton, Ohio. Latter was appointed Bishop of the West Dis- trict with headquarters in Kan- sas City. Rev. Witt remained over for a council meeting to see about selling the church at Stockton. They are to build a new church. He also called on some folks in Center Chapel locality - the Bill: Floyds for one. An inch of snow Wednesday night, then below zero Saturday and again Monday A.M. More snow Friday and Sunday nights. Clear and cold Monday. Clear and colder this Tuesday a.m. Worse to come. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau arrived home Friday from Alabama. They stopped overnight at her brothers near Olney and spent two hours with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk near W. Salem. Rained all time in Ala- bama. CHESTNUT LADIES AID HAD POTLUCK DINNER The Ladies' Aid of the Zion Lutheran Church of Chestnut met on Thursday, Jan. 5th. They did sewing in the morning, had a pot- l luck dinner at noon, and then held their meeting. The president. . Clarence Winkleman announced the fol- lowing standing committees for the year: Flowers and Memorials: Mrs. Harold Stoll and Mrs. Elmer Roos. Membership: Mrs. Edwin Rent- schler, Mrs. Charles Roos, Mrs. Henry Dierker. Visit Sick and Send Cards: Mrs. Ra:nond Stoll, Mrs. Richard Stoll and Mrs. Everett Stoll. Saleable Goods: Mrs. iman, Mrs. Norbert Schroth Mrs. Oliver Letterle. State School Project: Mxs. Ray- mond Koenig. Silverware Coupons: Mrs. Al- vin Rentschler. Stamps for Mission: Mrs. Ed i Johansen. Wrap-in-Wax Coupons: Mr& Margaret Koenig. Seminary: Mrs. Donald Kirch- ner and Mrs. Clarence Winkle- man. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, Feb. 2, with sew- ing in the morning at 9:00; pot- luck dinner at noon. Bring one dish to pass, and table service. The meeting will be at 1:15. Success: The ability to get a- long with some people--and a- head of the rest. Hospitality: The art of making a guest feel at home when you wish he were. DAYS The birthday (Jan. 17) of Benjamin Franklin, famed apostle of thrift, reminds us anew of his wise adage that"A man may, if he knows not how to save as he gets, keep his nose to the grindstone." If you don't like grindstones, open and coastanUy add to a savings account here. THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Insun:mce Corporation Good Brakes Will Give You The "Breaks" Don't let something like this happen to you just because Tour brakes ae not in the best possible condition. Good brakes cma mecm the difference between happy motot4ng, or a tragedy. Have us check them today. HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS