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Mount PuJ_mkL IlL THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1961 EY MARRIES-- (Continued from page 1) bride, wore a mint green dress and hat, corsage of daisies on purse. Mrs. Ey, mother of the groom, a silver blue silk dress, with hat, and blue daisies Jame Williams, formerly of and now of Decatur, best man. Serving as ushers Paul Manske, Fort Wayne, Thomas Tansor of Skokie, : and Gary Ey, Mt. Pulaski, brother of the groom. Following the wedding cere- mony a reception was held in Fellowship Hall. The predominate were yellow and white. The three-tiered cake was yellow white. Yellow fruit was serv- The bride is a June graduate of ;University of Illinois, Chum- is a member of Gamma Delta Sorority, been employed to teach in Ladue, Me., in Septem- groom graduated from Pulaski Township High then the University of where he was a mem- of the Phi Gamma Delta He is presently attend- Washington University Medi- School in St. Louis, Me. The young couple left Spring- on a wedding trip to sev- points of interest in Mich- The bride wore a light gray with short sleeved jacket. wore a white orchid corsage from her wedding bouquet. NOTE OF THANILq I want to thank friends and rel- for the cards, visits and while I was a recent pa- in the hospital. They were appreciated. Mrs. Sheldon Goodman. PICNIC.. SUPPLIES YOUR V STORE Boa gum, cameras, furs... protect your valuables with Farmers Auto of Pekin All. Prat-tlon for por,,ona! i!/ i/ Paul R. Moore INSURANCE Phos SW 2-5215 MT, PULASKI, ILL. TILLIE ENGLAND, 83, DIED SUNDAY AT NURSING HOME Mrs. Tillie England, a lifelong resident of the Mount Pulaski community, who had been a patient 10 months in the Mary- Henry Nursing Home, Lincoln, Ill., died there at 3:40 p.m. Sun- day, June 18. 1961. She was aged 83 years, 3 months and 17 days. Mrs. England had been in fai ing health for many months. Tillie Horn was born March 1, 1878, on a farm two miles east of Mount Pulaski, Ill., a daugh- ter of Paulus and Katharina Maus Hem. At the turn of the century she married John Eng- land of Mount Pulaski and after living on his farm southeast of the city for a time moved into town. He preceded her in death many years ago. i Mrs. England was a member eli the St. John's Lutheran Church] and the Ladies' Aid Society of! the church. Decedent is survived by one step-daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Eng- land Zimmerli, of San Pablo, Cal.; one granddaughter, Mrs. William Jellma, of Whitmore Lake, Mich; three great-grandchildren, and three brothers, Frank Horn, Mr.! Pulaski; Fred Horn, Chestnut and Louis Horn, Cerro Gordo. The body was taken to the Schahl Funeral Home where funeral services were held at 1:301 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, con- ducted by the Rev. Ray O. Zum- stein, pastor of the St. John's Lutheran Church. One hymn, "The Lord's Is My Shepherd," was sung by Dan McNabb, with or- gan accompaniment by Mrs. J. H. Stuart. Burial was in the Mount Pu- laski Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Delbert Horn, Kenneth Brooker, Kenneth Connolley, Harry Van Hook, Harold Mann and John T. Martin. Honorary pallbearers were Ed Gulso, Oswald Brooker, George Mann, and Austin Schaffenacker. LOCAL YOUNG PEOPLE IN RECITAL AT SPRINGFIELD The Theater Guild in Springfield was the scene Saturday, June 17, of a recital given by the pupils of Mrs. Mildred Ca.skey. Among the students were Miss Barbara Scheuler and Gary Shull of Mt. Pulaski. Miss Scheuler gave a solo dance number and the two Mount Pulaskians presented a dance together. Attending the recital from this city were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Full- riede, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scheul- er and Mrs. Otis Howe, Jr., who were acompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Maske and daugh- ter from Peoria. Seeking Information About Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Tiffzler of Takoma, Park, Md. were callers in Mount Pulaski on Thursday, June 15. The purpose of their vis. it was to find out about the Ditz- ler families who lived in Mount Pulaski vicinity many years ago. Going to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Lucas south of the city, they had them accompany them to the Steenbergen ceme- teD'. where some members of the Ditzler families are buried. He thinks they were relatives of his, only the names are spelled differently. Mr. and Mrs. Tiffzler were also in Decatur looking for informa- tion. MACKEY'S 00o--o GLASS WATER BOTTLE May Be Used For Juices Reg. 25 19 oz. iced Tea Tumblers NEW SHIPMENT OF LAMP SHADES Boudoir, Table, and Floor Models 59c to $3.98 CANDY SPECIAL- BRACH'S CHOCOLATE STARS FRL. SAT. ONLY P.EGULAR k 69c lb. I I SHIVELY'S TO MOVE 1'O TUCSON, ARIZONA Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Shively re- turned Saturday, June 17, from a two weeks' vacation and bus- iness trip to Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. Shively has resigned from her teaching duties at Mount Pul- aski Consolidated Grade School, and has accepted a position in the public school system in Tuc- son. Mr. Shively will be in the meat department of a home-owned grocery store in Tucson. They plan to leave Mount Pul- aski about August I for their new home in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Shively have been identified with the business and cultural interest of Mount Pulaski for more than 25 years, and will be greatly missed. Their daugh- ter, Miss Margaret Ann, is a teacher in the school system in San Diego, Calif., and they find it easier to see her often. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Loren John-a Morton are parents of a ter, born June 20th, at the odist hospital in Peoria. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, New Holland. Maude Shoup of this city great-grandmother. THANKS We want to thank all who participated in any make our Bake Sale the that it was -- all those brought and bought food, and', all the entertainment. 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