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B NOTES .Kitchen Band will hold a maortan, t practice at Jennets Wednesday, 14 at 7:15 p.m. All mere- to be present. Club will meet at Shull's home on 13th. Chapter O.E.S. regular slated meet- r, April 12 at 8:00 Bender will be for the social hour. note change in time. Science Club Irene Holmes at 2 p.m. Roll call Lsehold Hints . Christian Church meet Wednesday, 0 p.m. Hostess Allspach. to be answered with a verse on Trust. Mrs. is in charge of de- 313 Rebekah Lodge 7:30 p.m. on their nights. This was the officers at meeting. Tops Club met Tues- a Low Calorie pot- and installation of for the coming Durra is the newly idge Loeb, Co- Secretary Treas- the new contest. 1 and 2, a reminder YOur penalties for gain- President's of the Club met of Mrs. Elmer on Wednesday, at two o'clock. Ten present, namely, Mrs. Ellis Walch, Herbert Wm. Myrick, Mrs. Richard Kretzinger hostess. Fuhrer was hostess Souci. Club which with prizes to Mrs. Vernita Fred FroehlicH, and Mrs. the guests wrote a to Mrs. Marjella a patient at Abra- Mrs. Robert L. Ronnan i ham .I.#.ncoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, following a fall. Mrs. Vincent Stoll will enter- tain the Club on Tuesday, April 13. 'Miss Jane Parks In Country - Western Miss Jane Parks, 13 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parks, will be making an appear- ance in the Country-Western Show at the Chester-East Grade School, April 15th and 16th. She has sung at the Illinois Coun- try Opry at Petersburg, Illinois and has appeared on WCIA-TV Channel 3. She will be singing "Rose Garden" and "Harper Valley PTA". EGG HUNT APRIL 10 The Chestnut Fire Depart- ment is sponsoring the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Chestnut Grade School, April 10 starting at 9:30 a.m. Pre-school children and stu- dents through the sixth grade are cordially fnvited to partici- pate in the egg hunt. Confimmli Dinner At McCormick Home Mark McCormick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. McCormick, was confirmed Sunday, April 4 at Zion Lutheran Church. Dinner guests in his honor at the Mccormick .home were: Pastor and Mrs. M. Rothe; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Haseley, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pruett, Mrs. A. H. Hahn, Pastor and Mrs. Edwin Hahn, Urbana, Jim, Beverly and Carolyn Mccormick. Evening dinner guests were: Mr and Mrs. Dan Roth and Susan, Mr and M. Carl Stahl and Dale Schaffenach- er. Regrets were received from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stillman and family, Western Springs, Mrs. Rea Campbell, Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll and Kenton, Chestnut and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Awe, Elkhart. CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere appreciation that we wi. to thank our friends and relatives for their words of sympathy, floral offerings and all other acts of kindness extend- ed to us at the time of the death of our loved one, Sarah Duncan. The Family R 00pociatS 20% OFF RACK OF WASHABLE ACRYLIC 21& 3 PIECE SUITS&PANT SUITS 1-RACK OF2000/o& OFF 3 PIECE SUITS and PANT SUITS ,JUST ARRIVED NEW SI-IIPMENT PATENT & STRAW HAND BAGS JEWELRY, GLOVES, SCARVES & HOSE TO COMPLIMENT YOUR EASTER WARDROBE Friday and Saturday Nights 1iH 8:30 P,;M. HUSTON'S APPAREL TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971--3 MAmtIED TO It. IIOBIm'T ROZldAN Mr. and Mrs. Eldon B. Heft, West Hartford, Connecticut, an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Lt. Robert L. Rozman, son of Lt. Col. Ret. and Mrs. Robert W. Rozman, Manchester, Connecti- cut. The couple were united in marriage April 3, 1971 by candlelight in a double ring cere- mony at St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, Storrs, Connecticut, by Father James Moran. Maid of honor was Miss Pamela Taylor, Glastonbury, Conn. and Miss Elaine Rozman, Manchester, Conn., sister of the groom was bridesmaid. Lt. Thomas Rozman, Ft. Hood, Texas, brother of the groom, served as best man. David H. Heft, brother of the bride, and Gregory and Donald Coutre, cousins of the groom were ushers. The lovely bride wore a gown of silk and worsted with a man- darincollar decorated with beads and fashioned with empire lines at waist and wrists. The gown and veil were made by the bride. A cascade of white roses, steph- anotis, babys breath and English ivy made up the bride's bouquet. A reception was held at The Catholic Center in Storrs, Conn. The bride is a student at the University of Connecticut and is a candidate for a B.S. degree in Interior Design of Home Eco- nomics. The groom is a member of Sigma Chi Alpha, graduated from University of Connecticut with a B.S. in Education and is a 2nd Lt. in the United States Army. The couple will take a wed. ding trip through New England and will reside in Ft. Benning, Ga. in June. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heft, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiick, Latham, Illinois, are grandparents of the bride. Lucy McCormick To Celebrate Birthday Mrs. Lucy McCormick will be 84 on April 20. For those who would like to remember her with cards, her address is: c/o Lincoln Manor, 438 W. North St., Decatur, I11. 62522. rot. Pulaski 00eake FRIDAY - SATURDAY AT 7P.M. ONLY "WALT DISNEY'S SPECIAL" FUN SCORES ANEW HIGH! ._0000OMUR00Y i i  O relate IB atglm Hat glO  MOORE AMES WYNN RUGGLES MURUY HAREST LYNOE ENff "l[lO ..AAOEIIS =,,,,,,. , = == ..,,- == ...,.,.--, =r, ..,.==,=.m co. = Iomtma luttulml88 @lZwtarllMdms SPECIAL HORROR SHOW G  " '" SUNDAY EVENING ONLY AT 7 P.M. - R'GULAR ADMISSION HOW IAOCH   YOU TAKE? t FROM THE DEPTHS OF  EVIL MIND A DIABOLICAL TORRE PN! ,COLOR.VISTASCOPE