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Engagement Announced Sunshine Hutson and Zachary Wachter Sunshine Hutson is the daughter of Alice Hutson and Dan Hutson, both of Zion. Zachary Wachter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Penni) Alexander, and Mr. and Mrs. David Wachter all of Lincoln. Sunshine is employed with Gojet Airlines as a flight attendant. Zachary is employed with Cambridge Major Laboratories. Zachary is the grandson of the late Everett and Wilna Streenz; and the late Forrest and Helen Wachter. The couplewill marry Sunday, August 28 in Keno- sha WI. Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote. Engagement Announcement 00!iiiiiili!!iii!iii Lisa "Danielle" Seiler-Barr & Jeremy Todd Lookis Lisa "Danielle" Seiler-Barr of Springfield is the daughter of Lisa K. Barr of Chestnut and the late Daniel M. Seiler. She graduated Mt. Pulaski High School in 2005 and Lin- coln Land Comm. College in 2008. She is the Manager of Family Video in Springfield. Jeremy Todd Lookis of Springfield is the son of Rick and Jill Lookis of Springfield. He graduated Southeast High School Springfield in 2003 and attended Lincoln Land Comm. College. He is a Sales Associate with Radio Shack in Springfield. The couple plans to wed August 12, 2011 at the Botanical Gardens in Wash- ington Park with a reception to follow at The Hoogland Center, Springfield. On June 26th, 1945, the charter of the United Nations was signed by 50 countries in San Francisco. (The text of the charter was in five languages: Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.) Engagement Announcement i!i! iii Dana Daugherty & Jacob Taylor Dana Daugherty of War- rensburg and Jacob Taylor of Latham plan to be mar- ried April 30 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Decatur. Dan and Joann Daugherty of Warrensburg are parents of the future bride. She is a graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Cham- paign and is a receptionist at Railsplitter Veterinary Well- ness Center in Lincoln. Daryl Taylor of Mt. Pulaski and Angle Likins of Latham are the parents of the pro- spective bridegroom. He is a graduate from the John Deere Ag Technician Program at Lakeland Community College in Mattoon. He is a service technician for Cross Brothers Implement in Mt. Pulaski. Only two people signed the Dec- laration of Independence on July 4th, John Hancock and Charles Thomson. Modt of the rest signed on August 2, but the last signature wasn't added until 5 years later. Engagement Announced Brindy Ashley & Casey Rogers Brindy Ashley, daughter of Sandy and Cyndi Cornett of Shumway, and the late Glenn Ashley, is to be mar- ried to Casey Rogers, son of Jim and Cathie Sutton of Mt. Pulaski and Cody Rogers of Springfield. Brindy is a 2004 graduate of Altamon t High School and a 2009 graduate of Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a Masters of Science degree in Medical Dosimetry. She is employed at St. John's Hospital as a Certified Medi- cal Dosimetrist. Casey is a 2004 graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School and a 2009 graduate of Southern Illinois University Carbondale with Bachelors in Fine Arts degree in Industrial Design. He is employed at Dick Van Dyke Appliance World as a customer service supervisor. The wedding is at the First Baptist Church in Newton, IL at 3pm on Mar.ch26, 2011. Wedding Vows Exchanged Cory & Kadi Hudleson Cory Michael Hudelson and Kadi Lynn Bruce Hamra were married October 29, 2010 in the Washington Park Pavilion in Springfield. Cory is the son of the late Robert "Kris" Hudelson (Nit. Pulaski) and Sheryl Clyburn formerly of Chatham. Kadi is the daughter of William and Lauri Bruce formerly of Springfield. Both Cory and Kadi are employed at Memorial Hos- pital, Springfield. The "Spruce Goose" flew on November 2, 1947, for one mile, at a maximum altitude of 70 feet. Built by Howard Hughes, it is the largest aircraft ever built, the 140-ton eight- engine seaplane, made of birch, has a wingspan of 320 feet. It was built as a prototype troop transport. Rejected by the Pentagon, Hughes put the plane into storage. On April 12, 1938, the state of New York passed a law requiring medi- cal tests for marriage license appli- cants, the first state to do so. Culligan Water Products 6 217-871-8094 364-1300th Ave Lake Fork ii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIII IIIII I I Mt. Pulaski Times Water Softeners Iron Filters Bottled Water Joel & Deanna Jacobs Eddie Combs 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln 735.4450 j March 5, 2011