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\\; 6-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971 STO00 - DITMONCEAX (Continued from page 1) Springfield, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, Miss Pam- ela Scroggin, Mt. Pulaski, and Mrs. Gary Dumonceaux, Spring. field, were bridesmaids. They were gowned in flocked maize dacron organza with val lace ruffled jeweled necklines, long Bishop sleeves and demi-bell skirts. Their matching headpieces were bands of small pearls with satin streamers and long veils. They carried white baskets of yellow and white daisies. Gary W. Dumonceaux served as best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Darbin and Bruce Dumonceaux, both broth- ers of the bridegroom. Ronald Stoll, Mt. Pulaski, brother of the bride, Anthony Armour and Joseph O. Jannazzo seated the guests. The men in the wedding party wore formal attire of white jackets, white flounced shirts trimmed in black and black trousers. The flower girl was Rhonda Washbond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Washbond, Jr., Mt. Pulaski. She was dressed identical to the bridesmaids and carded a basket of daisy petals which she strew down the white carpeted aisle. The ringbearer was Michael Chrnielewski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Chmielewsld, Min- neapolis, Minnesota. He was also dressed in formal attire. Miss Flo Ann Lyfich was in charge of the guest book. Misses Cindy and Caol Dumonceaux, sisters of the groom handed out yellow net packets of rice. The mother of the bride chose a mint green and lilac sleeveless summer knit dress with white accessories. Mrs. Dumonceaux, mother of the groom, wore a peach dacron dress with lace sleeves and white accessories. Their corsages were yellow roses. A reception was held at 3:30 p.m. at the American Legion Home in Mt. Pulaski. A four-tiered wedding cake with doll figurines of the wed- ding party was on each layer of the cake and flanked on either sidewRh heart shaped cakes with the names of the bridal couple, Kathie and Mark in yellow, cen- tered the table laid with white lace with an overlay of yellow satin. At either end of the table was beautiful silver service from which punch and coffee were served. Mrs. Harold Gold, Plainfield, Now Jersey and Mrs. Dale Suth- erland, Decatur, cousin of the bride, served the cake. Mrs. Dean Collier, Miss Diane Gaultney and Mrs. Richard Goodman assisted at the reception table. An evening garden reception was held in Springfield at the home of Mrs. Frank Kembemer, friend of the groom's family, 871 South English, Springfield, given by the groom's family, following the reception in Mt. '\\; lhlaski. On Friday evening, Mrs. ,Kessherger was hostess for the rehearsal champagr}e buffet sup- per. Mrs. Durnonceaux is a gradu- ate of Mt. Pulaski High Schooi and is employed in the Personnel Office, State of Illinois in Spring- field. Mr. Durnoneaux is a gradu- ate of Springfield High School and a Veteran of Viet Nam. He will continue his studies at Springfield Junior College. After a honeymoon to the Ozarks, the couple will be at horde at 409 West Adams Street, Springfield. For traveling the new Mrs. Dumoneaux wore a yellow pants suit. Remember the old-time Cord automobile? Rumor has it that the company is re-tooling to make a new electric car which they will .call the Extension Cord. CARRIE AUER, 85, OF LATHAM DI]00 FRIDAY IN DECATUR Miss Carrie Barbara Auer, of Latham, Illinois, died Friday, June 11, 1971 at 8:40 p.m. in the Decatur Memorial Hospital, Decatur. The deceased was bom a daughter of Charles F. and Bar- bara Geiser Auer. She was 85 years old. She was a member of the Latham Methodist Chinch. Survivors include four sisters, Emma Auer, Austa Auer, Lath- am, Ill., Mrs. Clara Burgett, De. catur, Mrs. Edna SmaUwood, De- catur and one brother, Oscar Auer of Mt. Pulaski. One brother preceded her in death. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, June ]4, 1971 at the Schahl Funeral Home with the Rev. Maurice Price officiating. Musical selec- tions, "In the Garden" and "How Great Thou Art" were rendered. Pallbearers were Eugene Bur- gett, Fred Burgett, Harold Bur- gett, Robert Burgett, Wayne Ball and Dale VoUe. Interment was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. F00ED FAM1LII00 ENJOYED I00'dNION A family reunion of the chil- dren, grandchildren, and great- grandchildren of Fred Zelle was held this past weekend. Saturday afternoon and even- ing were spent at the Tomlinson Recreation Center visiting. The entire group enjoyed a family style chicken dinner served at the Barnhart Care. They all journeyed to Springfield after dinner and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle, who showed slides. On Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle served a delisious brunch consisting of muskmelon, honeydew melon, sausage, pan- cakes, sweet roils snd coffee to their relatives. Before departing for their homes they were served home- made ice cream, cake and re- freshments by the host and hostess. Everyone agreed that the hospitality of the John Zelles made their family reunion a wonderful event to remember. Those attending the family affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Mile Pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pitcher, Mrs. Dennis Bates, all of Iowa; Dr. and Mrs. Merritt Pitch- er, sons, John and Jim of Mot- risen, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zelle and daughter, Mabel of Buffalo, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Zelle and daughter, Mary Beth of Hopedale, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle of Springfield, ILlinois; Mrs. Tom Lyerly and sons, Brian and Robert of Jacksonville, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Don Zelle and daughter, Teddie of St. Louis, Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle and daughters, Kate, Margaret, Sue and Jean of Nashville, Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Wisniew- ski and daughter, Eilene of Cedar- burg, Wisconsin. LIrH00 LEkGb' .... NTiS AND SCORES LITTLE LEAGUE SCHEDULE June 17, Tigers vs. Yankees 18, Orioles vs. Cubs 21, Cardinals vs. Giants 22, Tigers vs. Orioles 23, Yankees vs. Giants 24, Cubs vs. Cardinals 25, Orioles vs. Yankees 28, Giants vs. Cubs 29, Cardinals vs. Tigers 30, Cub vs. Yankees Game time is 6:15 p.m. at the Diamond behind the High School. LITTLE LEAGUE PLAYERs Boys playing on the Little Leag, e teams this year are as follows: YANKEES S. Holmes, B. Rademaker, P. Dinger, S. Litterly, J. Mont- gomery, C. Cyrulik, R. Ball, R. Lewis, Jr., J. Dodge, B. De- Poister and S. Hahn. TIGERS K. Brooker, C. Donnelly, B. Coons, M. Holmes, M. Peddicord, S. Buckles, D. McCain, D. Wil- ham, M. Seitz, T. Polk and M. Galvin. . JOLES L. Conway, R. Miller, J. Mont- gomery, F. Small, P. Foster, G. Armour, D. Ayers, T. Gar- vey, B. Utterback, B. Loveall, and D. Blaum. CARDINALS S. Moore, R. Voile, K. Ford, D. Welch, R. Chaudoin, M. Cyru- lik, M. Toohey, M. Welch, B, Mason, J. Litterly and T. Moore. CUBS P. Przykopanski, J. Goodwin, L. Holmes, M. Brown, P. Newton, K. Shanle, J. Bower, B. Cope- land, D. Stewart, and C. She- horn. GIANTS G. Helton, T. Wflham, J. Ed- wards, R. Barry, R. Kaesebier, R. Fulk, K. West, E. McVey, J. Hild, and A. Harris, Jr. The Cubs beat the Tigers 12 - 11 in a 7 inning score. On Tuesday evening, the Cardinals beat,the Yankees 10.2. NOTE OF THANKS Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer and children wish to express their sincere appreciation to the many friends who have been so kind and helpful during the recent illness of Rev. Neumeyer. Make yours Mediterranean SLY white glazed porcelain tiles bearing colorful Spanish emblems ring this wrought iron chandelier. A delightfully different lighting fashion. See all the Progress Lighting fashions on display now at our showroom. Let one of our lighting experts help you select the right ones for your home, ptoqtess" LI6HTIN6 RO1HWB.L LUM00 co. Ta,pho,. ut. m. VFW FISH FRY TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM POST MEMBERS Members of VFW,-Post 777 are reminded to contact the Post service officer, Ray Lynch, ff they have not received their tickets. Advance tickets for the annu- al fish fry, which is held at the Tomlinson Recreation Center on July 5, are $2.25 and $2.50 at the gate. Tickets may be pur- chased at either Bank or from any VFW member. Serving be- gins at I1 a.m. and continues until 6 p.m. CHAPMANS RETURN FROM EASTERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Les Chapman took their vacation from June 1 to June 11 to visit their son, Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Charles Chapman and son at Westover Air Force Base, Mass. On June 5, they visited, the Canadian side of Niagara Fails and sights around. They visited Plymouth Rock and the Atlantic coastline on June 6th. Enroute home, the Chapmans stopped at sights in New York State, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. CHESTNUT CHURCH IN SOFTBALL LEAGUE The Chestnut Methodist Church is represented in the Logan County Christian Church- es softball league. They will be playing their first game Thurs- day at 8 p.m. at Armington. cARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for their kindness and sympathy shown us in our hour of need and great bereavement at the sudden loss of our beloved, Luella Myrick. The Family Anyone who thinks money grows on trees will have a hard time getting out of the woods. Rev. R, O. Speaker At: The Rotary Club day, June 10th at the Church. Gene Downing a delicious dinner. Zumstein was program and gave an interesting formative talk on the County Health board, he is a member and Steinfort is a member advisory board. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIMI Docket Number Notice is hereby #v, death of James C. Letters of Administration June 9, 1971. to Lewis thun, Cordland, Illinois. The; for the Administrator is Harris, Mt. Pulaski, IllinoLf- may be Tried within seven from, June 9, 1971 (date of Letters), and any claim within that period is barred estate which is inventoried that period. Lynn D. ( Clerk of the Logan County, Harris & Harris Attorneys at Law Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Telephone: 792-5358 NOTICE OF DEATH D CLAIM Docket Nut Notice is hereby death of Vera Stuller; Testamentary were issued 1971, to Wallace E. Kaut Pulaski, Illinois. Thl Executor is Harris & Harris, aski, Illinois. Claims maY within seven months from, 1971 (date of issuance of any any claim not fried period is barred as to which is inventoried od. Lynn D. { Clerk of the Logan County, lllinoist Harris & Harris Attorneys at Law Mr. Pulaski, Illinois JUNE BLANKET FREE Storage In Our Insured Plus . A 10% Discount On All. Blankets Cleaned And Individually Packaged 6ossetrs 'Hilltop' Phon00 "792.32S2 MY. GET READY!!! 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