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i,ii Mount lqfiaslU, hdifh Heinzel irried Dec. 27 John Gordon Judith Clair Heinzel, dau- of Mr. and Mrs. William A. of Middletown, rrl, be- the bride of John Robert of 120 N. Kankakee St., at 11 a.m., Dec. 27," 1960. vows were solemnized in St. church in Lincoln with the Daniel F. Monaghan at the nuptial high and the double ring cere- The couple was married the 21st anniversary of the bride's parents. Poinsettias and holiday green- r were used on the altar. James was organist and Jacob uncle of the bride, was The couple selected the hymns that were used at Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. The selections were:-- The All Beautiful," "O Love," and, "What Hap- Can Equal Mine". The was given in marriage by i father. Marcia Treatch, niece of groom, was flower girl and wore a white taffeta dress a red cummerbund and car- white tulle basquette trim- in red. She wore a fluffy hat of red and white top- with red pompons and glitter- holly. Lindsey Heinzel was The bride wore a floor length of white satin, styled with Alencon lace, 'a neckline and long taper- sleeves. The bodice and skirt into tiny pinch pleats fell into a chapel length Her fingertip veil of ira- illusion was attached to a cap trimmed with seed Her only jewelry was a of tiny pearls and earrings, a gift of the The bride chose for her white crystal star pore- which fell into a triple cascade over her white prayer book. It was ac- glossy green camel- t foliage. Henry C. Heinzel, sister-in- of the bride, served as mat- of honor. Miss Janice Wertin, Judy Hoover and Miss Janet were bridesmaids. They gowned in red satin. The were styled with tight bodices three-quarter sleeves, boat necklines and shaped skirts. Each attend- carried identical white fur which were finished with cascade bouquets of bright pompons and glittered holly tied with red velvet cord. Bennis served as best bride's brother, Henry Richard Treatch, bro- l-law of the groom, and Gordon, brother of the were groomsmen. Usher- for the couple were Michael Eugene Voyles, James cousin of the bride, and John cousin of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a of dark olive green velvet- champagne toned ac- The groom's mother )hire blue and acce.or- same shade. Each of the presented a corsage  Talisman roses. The bride's grandmother. Mrs. Jake and the groom's maternal Mrs. Effie Zim- formerly of Mr. Pulas- were each remembered with of frosty white carna- reception was held at the home of the bride. The table was laid in white satin with an 0verskirt of tulle embroidered in silver; corner was caught with long ties. The table was out- FOR Ill.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1961 !lined with silver sprayer pine and holly. Mrs. Gordon wore a black and gold tweed suit with a mink col- lar, for traveling. Her corsage was of bronze gold roses. After a short wedding trip, they will re- port to West Mesa Air Force Sta- tion at Albuquerque, N.M. Out-of.town guests were from Milwaukee, Wisc., New York City, N.Y., Boston, Mass., Philadelphia, Pa., Oak Park, Joliet, Decatur, Peoria and Springfield. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Lincoln high school. Mrs. Gordon was employ- ed in the office of the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. Before entering service Mr. Gordon was employed at the Lincoln Contain- er Corp. He is in the Air Force and is now on his way to Ma- nilla. Mason City Win Over Hilltoppers Mason City won a 79-59 victory over the Hilltoppers, Friday night, on the local court. The junior varsity, however, won a thrilling 43-42 encounter. Mason City's Huskies were hot on the irons in the first half and built up a comfortable half-time margin of 19 points. The second half was an evenly matched affair with the locals hitting and their opponents cooling off. McCormick was high for Pul- aski with 17 points, followed by Anderson with 9 and Zimmer- mann with 8. Beard and Akin were un- stoppable in the first half and racked up 18 and 19 points. Mason City Fg Ft Tp Beard 6 6 18 Akin 9 1 19 Lockenouv 3 1 7 Liesman 3 0 6 Webb 0 1 1 Brown 2 0 4 Bishoff 2 1 5 Smith 2 1 5 Marshall 5 2 12 Snyder 1 0 2 Totals 33 13 79 ML Pulaski Fg Ft Tp Anderson 4 1 9 Romer 2 2 6 Scheuler 1 5 7 Drake 2 0 4 Leonard 3 0 6 McCormick 6 5 17 Zimmermann 3 2 8 Walcott 0 2 2 Totals 21 17 59 Mason City 21 24 17 17--79 Mount Pulaski 14 10 12 23---59 INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agezd i PHONE SW2-5]13 MOU2 ]POT.AS][I, ZZ tl .J SEE FRED HOLMES FOR YOUR TRENCH WORK in Making Sewer Connections DIAL SW 2-5617 MOUNT PULASKI i STAHL'S :ebr, rg00i p : 3-Pc. Solid Hard Rock Maple Bedroom Suite. Consists of Chest, Book- case, Bed, Dresser and Mirror. Tell City Hard Rock Maple wood armed Sofa and chair. Cushions are of foam rubber. 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