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!!i i! lw+l ! }IUPrMER ..aL.t Clara Huffaker be- ;_the bride of Donald im A" . ? I[:_ loin s Luther ChuEch in Bet ill, Illinois. [ The irkl is the daughter of - /_. /. Huffaker, Springfield, I iUlli .nd James M. Hutrfaker, lift, . [room is the son of Mr. I[?&apos;_. tort. DOnald Edward Smith, i l R R. 2, New Berlin, Illi- LAttenclants to the bride were % $bria l'e Clark, sister of lkt/', tarbondale, Illinois; ,  Sh+ckey, R. R., New | .a',.maois; Miss Bonnie k  -_IL, Alexander, Illinois It -Ti..'J0nna Ann Smith, sis+ li. ' grOom, New Berlin, Smith, brother of the as best man with IK'+'m - f Alexander, Illinois, "'les.stnith and Rick Blake .' Jicksonville, l-Yois as TIMES NEWS <M, 00"URSOAY APR,L +, '97,-5 b.,]l  ......... , : Pamela Weckel, i BAKE SALE AT Sales Chairman ST. JOHI$ APR. 10 Ot Kappa Delta The ladies of the St. John's Miss Pamela Weckel, claugh- Lutheran Church will hold their annual Spring Kitchen bake sale, Saturday, April 10 beginning at lO:O0 a.m. in the church base- KI_e t. Homemade rolls and coffee will be sold during the bake sale. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel, has been named maga- zine sales chairman of Kappa Delta social sorority at Eastern Illinois University. Miss Weckel is a third quarter sophomore majoring in math. ,1&,+. Were Larry Clark, ,r"j '.Illinois and Robert -: +t.  .oT.+_+ et, Zmnois.  .... ,lstwps. Mrs. G. T Dunlap, " -"; -, MITH JI! ...comes m every year about tht ttme ..he "L,'P.,m.o,s. ms. IxniJu mwAm , . ... . . , _ ,, f "i+. ticles lovely gown was ' " ' l/lees to Sat,e wloere it s safe. ker.mte_chiffon with pleated Springfield, Illinois. Assisting at Mr. Smith graduated from lk,+,/ Style bodice, long the recepticya were Dottle Blake- New Berlin High, at+ended Lin- ll,...tL ees with double ffs. Her veil was floor man, -Valerie King and Mrs. coin Land Junior College, Spring- '|".With a juliet cap. .. Frederick Schneider. field, Illinois, Western Illinois .,,,,,,.,m,,,. l,o: honor and brides- The bride is a graduate of University, Macomb, lllinois and lll New Berlin High School and at- is now in the Naval Reserves, 1 III/ .dtqdv'+ Uoor length dacron tended Lincoln Land Junior stationed in San Diego, Califom- vll'  lLmli" ,,Owns with vlain College, Sorinlffield, Illinois and ia aboard the U.S.S. Eldorado. "" "" -"' "" , lloral - - -- ' i an l_'lc skirt and puff Western Illinois University in The couvle will remde n S '  . ,,,-- Macomb, Illinoss Before her Diego, California t green, lavendar and marriage, she was employed by -- "L4 tee+ tli tion was held for the enatorthe Generalcecil AAssemb!Ypartee s tanUnder ........ Classified Ads in the Times- (ltqlltmI, Jlitim Inn, " News pays avaenas. . +-++ +- o ..2". ++,.. ,'.,k: !1.4 teat t3eczs zons " " '.+ + I '-.. .... rilPY -" -... ,-mr "r.i .. .::'." :.y: "::, " ":: i aboui 'For M 1Setter ++., +.... .... "" was a school teach, in auee when she -kl to sail wth her .-+:::..:.+. [] iJk,-.,,,s_ Yar. - husband to Palestine and prepare for a new Jvish nation. She ter re- "f :'i':j l r*urAl_ I'Risk plan turned to the U. S. to  support for the Israeli cause. When me new ..-- " - ..-7. ::.:':: .! I ui_rtects your %'',: state was born, she became Foreign M. She rose in rmpona'ei/ity : +:.:'';!-;)+J! i:{!.':; ll a+pai, _ I on'-tz. _ yurnve s tmePr'n t and service to her country until she retin In 1966. But m 1969, Oolda ..: ..:: !i::i';'i!! M "S(;ki#d Meir was recalled tobe PremJeroflsrael. Shewasthen 70 years okl but .. "://';+:'.:;..':+,'+.:' I 01I? $' ally kind accepted the OffiCe and .IV. her ++try with strength and blilliance. ..+"+7" :+;:.::"S? :+! Her decision to devote he+ life to the Israeli muse has brought a better . " . ,;:' ii. i ;,'i_a?k.t Crop tomorrow for a world burdemxt wRh injustice,. :g at ivef;gu I ; "7"'::i:" --' m,00000.oo. ;,-+.;.0; :.. II P57  Z: :.. -- -*,el worry M '?a.a;'t,; Golda Meir".. BETTER TOMORROWS BEGIN TODAY AT LINCOLN SAVINGS. Decide now to make your own tomorrow better. Invest part of each paycheck in your future by relying at Lincoln Savings. The inviting fire- place in the Lincoln Savings and Loan foyer is a cheerful spot to meet with friends. For saving or borrowing: see the leader. ii i i ll ii i i i ii iiii iii ii ii i i ii