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PAGE SIX THE MOUNT PULAS sty TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, INEZ BAIR'-" (Continued from page 1) girl was attired in a white satin gown and wore flowers in her hair. Mrs. Baker for her daughter's wedding wore a blue frock with matching accessories and the groom's mother wore navy blue with harmonizing accessories. Reception followed at the home of the bride's mother. A wedding cake centered the serv- ing table. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson left on a wedding trip, the bride traveling in a gray suit. Their home will be at 901 West Green st., Urbana, where Mr. Carlson attends the University of I1Hnois` Mrs. Carlson is a graduate of the University of Illinois and is a member of Phi Chi Theta soror- ity. Mr. Carlson was graduated from Kewanee high school and served 21 months in the U. S. air corps. He is working for a doc- tor's degree in psychology. MISS NORMA BREE OF LINCOLN TO WED IN MAY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bree of Lincoln, announce the approach- ing marriage of their daughter, Norma to Gary Bobell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bobell of Elkhart township. The wedding has been planned for 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 6, in the First Methodist church in Lincoln. Miss Bree is the Logan County Court Probation Officer. and sec- retary to Judge William Ellis. TRIPLE IMMUNIZATION AT GRADE SCHOOL Monday, April 2. the pupils of the Mount Pulaski consolidated grade school will get the third of a series of triple immuniza- tion shots. At the time they will also have an opportunity to be vaccinated against smallpox. This will include children of pre.sehool age, and parents are asked to have their little folks at the school building by 8:45 A.M. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many good friends and relatives for the lovely let- ters, cards and gifts received while a patient in St. John's hosptial, Springfield, and since returning home. Mrs. Louis Stengel, Jr., and daughter Randa Diana. EASTER DINNER SERVED AT JOHN RIEDLE HOME The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Riedle. southwest of Mount Pu- laski, was the scene of an East- er dinner. Sunday, in honor o their daughter, Miss Esther Pur- get of Washington, D. C.. home on a 10-day leave from her gov. ernment job. The following at- tended :. Springfield: Mrs. Truman Bry- ant and granddaughter, Bobbie Ann McAlrley, Mrs. Bernice Beck and Miss Florence Wachter. Arlington. Va.: Mrs. Lois Day, Miss Esther Purger. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Webb and son. Elkhart: Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vine Payne and daughter. Doro- thy. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Riedle and son. Gerald. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riedle and son Don. Mrs. Frank Theobald. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Vaughn, sons Lynn and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and the Riedle children. EASTER BREAKFAST AT GENE CONNOLLEY HOME An Easter morning breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley on North Vine street. Those pres- ent were:- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Suycott, of Carrot; Richard Connolley of Burlington: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Miller Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam J. Miller. Chestnut vicinity; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolley and children, Susan and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Romer and children, Tom, Jim. Bob. Steve, Dick and Lynne. WORDS OF APPRECIATION To my many good friends and relatives I wish to express my sincere thanks for the cards, let- ters. flowers and gifts received while a patient in the Decatur and Macon county hospital the first two weeks of March and since returning to my home in Latham. Mrs. Ted Phillips. WORDS OF APPRECIATION During the time I was a pa- tient in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. and since returning to my home, [ received many cards, letters, etc., from kind friends and relatives. I greatly appreci- ate this thoughtfulness, and wish to express my sincere thanks. Mrs. Mahlon Lucas` "A Buck" will go a long, long way when your trade at this store . . Western Auto Associate Store .DALE NEAVILLE. Proprietor Select Your LINOLEUM , From Our Variety of PATTERNS ARMSTRONG QUAKER Floor COVERINGS 89c Sq. Yd. ROLLS IN 9 AND 12 FOOT WIDTHS Stahi Bros. Hdwe. COOKING SCHOOL- (Continued from page 1) Harwick's furniture store in Lin- coln. A large list of prize awards were given away each day fol- lowing the program which was handled by Gene Stutsmann of Chicago, who arranged for the show. The fine cooperation of the school authorities, the janitors and various school groups who were inconvenienced by the show is very much appreciated by the sponsors as well as the public. Four usherettes wearing clev- er frocks from the Grace Curtis store, added to the dressup of the school. They were Colleen Manes. Doris Schroth. Frances McCub- bin and Shirley Schahl. --Plenty of SCRATCH.PADS at TLmes.News. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoll of Chestnut. are the parents of a daughter born Friday, March 16. in the Decatur and Macon Coun- ty hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winkel- mann of Chestnut, are the par-i ents of a daughter, born March 24 in the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. The mother was former- ly Harriett yon Thun. First child. Grandparents are Mrs. Louis Winkelmann, Petersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward yon Thun, Chestnut. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stoll of Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Hook of Decatur are the parents of a son born Monday, March 26 in the Decatur and Macon county hospital. The mother was form- erly Miss Shirley Hildreth. dau- ghter of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hil- dreth of Mount Pulaski. GIRL SCOUTS TO SANDWICH COOKIES The Mount Pulaski the Girl Scouts will sale of Sandwich ginning Friday, cookies will sell at box, so have your when the girls call. The proceeds will the scouts to help I of their various Scouting is a great the young folks and supported 100 per WORDS OF We wish to expreSS cere thanks to the the Latham and fire departments and friends, who from burning ing, March 21, when Christian church was by fire. 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