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Mrs. Walter V. Shea, Illinois, an- the marriage of their Beth, to Samuel son of Mr. and Sparks, R. 3, Lin. were united in 8, 1971 at St. Church in Meta- Reineke, Atlanta, was maid of honor for Shea, Illinois, Cathy Illinois and Ricki Illinois. Lincoln, Illinois, man. Groomsmen were Ronnie Oltmans Werth, all of Lincoln, Otte and Bruce of Lincoln, served designed by of New a simple but elegant candle light ivory. eatkely of Camellia Crape, the empired accented by appliques and tiny pearls. roll collar and cuffs, sleeves and the which drops easily enhanced the of line of the gown. bonnet, with held double accented groups fleur- dresses, created were done in a floral print with gray, and tan- background. of gray, tan- accented the slightly empired skirt of voile from the waistline, Camelot sleeves, also MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL Q. SPARKS ' a ' rettes of or ge and taupe worn in the hair again accented the color scheme. A reception was held at the Neptune Club for the newly- weds, before their departure to the Ozarks for their wedding trip. The bride is a graduate of Metamora High School and at- tended Western Illinois Univer- sity. The groom is a graduate of Lincoln High School and is now engaged in farming. The couple will reside on R. 3, Lincoln, Illinois. this picture of airiness. Butterfly bar- Classified Ads in the Times- News pays dividends. The matchless brilliance of Bohemia lead crystal by pfoqress L I e, H T I N (3 i.gfa old wor !reasure impor!ed by Progress Light- ha" '-,enuine vonemian crystal-the world's finest- _ nd-cut and polished by the same artisans who dec- urate , - Europe s roy;,l palaces. See this exciting Progress Lighting idea and hun- s of others in our showroom. Our lighting experts yl show you a collection of Progress Lighting to suit r special style and brighten your home indoors and t. Come in soon. , IIOTHWB LUMllll CO. It I,atham Cloverefle ,t-H Club Met May 11 Latham Cloverettes 4-H Club met May 11, 1971 at the fire house. Six members were present and two leaders. Talks were given by Donna Meats on dog care and what your family needs to eat. A demonstration was given by Janet Knisely on bicycle parts. Recreation was by Tammy Maxheimer. Refreshments by Jeanie Gasaway and Janet TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971-5 Knisely and Sandra Hacke also took part in share the fun pro- gram. Their act was "What is a Teen-Age Girl?" At the April 12 meeting, Janet Knisely played a piano se- lection. Also they made plans to go on a camping trip this week- end, weather permitting. Their next meeting will be June 8 and plans will be made for achieve- ment day June 16. Sandra Hacke, Reporter The decorating of the graves in observance of Memorial Day at the Steenbergen Cemetery, south of Mr. Pulaglo, will be on Sunday, May 30, 1971. i|1 ( i It's m easy anyone can bank  mail. 00lank of t00hesttttrt llestmd, ]llinote flit. Pulaski Theatre SAT.- SUN. 7 P.M. oNLY ALL TALKING! ALL LAUGHING! ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR IN A MOTION PICTURE! CC00tlC'" I I A FUNNY NEW MOVIE THAT TELLS HOLLYWOOD LIKE IT WAS ! Heat Oenms Yost & The Class,cs IV 1 sng THE COMIC o mnal Recordsi]