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2-TIMES-NEWS tt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971 MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS Mt. Pulaski, hi. 62548 Published and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. I, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor Subscriptlofl Rates Three Months $ 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advertising Display Rates upon request Published Every Thursday LOCAL_ __NEWS Richard Downing of Akron, Ohio visited from Tuesday to Thursday of last week with his mother, Mrs. Harry Downing. A birthday fish fry was held Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayles- worth, Kathy and John, in honor of Robert's mother, Mrs. Geneva Aylesworth. Also pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and Debbie. ROb- ert came home with five large carp from kis fishing trip on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Weider and children, David, Mary and Heidi of Cleveland, Ohio were house guests last week in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Dowtng. The Welder family were enroute to Ankor- age, Alaska where they will live for two years. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waddell and daughter, Dorothy, of 677 West Cushing, Decatur, were visitors with Mrs. Waddell's sis- ter, Mrs. Ed Gulso Sunday. They attended the morning worship service at St. John's Lutheran Church. Folks are co,-ning from all around and enjoying camping at the Bryson Camp Grounds erie half mile west of Lake Fork and one mile south of RoUte 54. Harold L. Gaffney of Bloom- ington, Illinois attended the Million Dollar Round Table meeting June 21 thru June 25 at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. Sales meetings were held for leading life insurance producers from around the world. He, along with oth,.*rs, was honored at a special luncheon fo: Knights of the Round Table June 24 at Sheraton Park Hotel. Mrs. Lester Downing flew to Nashville, l'enn, last week to visit with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Brown and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sar- geant and Cindy, of Phoenix, Arizona, visited his grandfather, William Sargeant, and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shanle, Sunday. They drove on to Springfield in the evening to visit his father, Mr. and Mrs. John Sargeant. Ray Shadwick of Mt. Pulaski was bereaved by the death of his mother, Mrs. Sue Brandley of Mattoon, 111. on Friday, July 9, 1971. Mr. Shadwick is employed at the Schahl Funeral Home here. Mr. and Mrs. Johnt Wachter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wachter, and Merle Miller attended the funeral of Mrs. Nell Brown in Mason City on Tuesday. Burial was in Mason City Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell R. Beak and children, Richie, Jonathan, Lori Kay of Alexandria, Vir- ginia were overnight guests Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Pope, Jr. and family. Lowell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Beck of Peoria. Other guests of the Pope's for dinner on Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wachter, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Voile and daughter, Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Voile, Nolan and Neil Pope and Sue Ann Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brock and children, Brad and Lori from Rocky Mountain, N. C. visited with her sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ten- dick, Jr., Monday, July 5th. They remained overnight with the Tendicks. A birthday dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmidt and family, Chestnut, Tuesday evening for Mrs. Mary Guffey. Those attending the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daily, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pug- sley and children of Rochester, N.Y. GEOIIG UNDII-IILL SATUBDAY Dorothy Penner and George Underhill of Hemet, California flew in Friday from California and were married Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Ayers by Rev. J. Wayne Staley of Petersburg. A reception followed the ceremony and was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wurth Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan and son, Matt, of Peoria; Mrs. Lu- cille Grathwohi, Mrs. Staley and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips. THANK YOU The Junior Woman's Club would like to express it's appre- ciation to everyone who helped with the ice cream social on July 5th. "Thank yous" go to the members of the Woman's Club and the Junior Woman's Club for their donations. Thanks also to all those who worked in the serving line. We would like to add a very special "Thank You" to the public for it's wonderful sup- port in making the ice cream social a very big success. B. W. ELY INSURANCE x4at ,PHONE 792. 3216 SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $4.25 Phone 792-541S Mount I. HI. Oorolhy O'Bries Married To Robert Cardoni Miss Dorothy Ann O'Brien and Mr. Robert Lee Cardoni were married Saturday, June 12, 1971 at the St. John Church in Winfield, HI. The former Mss O'Brien is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. O'Bfien of Winfield, and Mr. Cardoni ;s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cardoni of Mt. Pulaski. The ceremony was perform- ed by Rev. John Slown at a Nuptial Mass and a garden re- ception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Cecilia O'Brien, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Judy Cardoni, sister of the .groom, and Miss Martha O'Brien, sister of the bride. Kenneth Cardoni of Chatham served as best man for his brother. The groomsmen were Jeffrey Laatsch of Lincoln and Larry Johnson of Princeton. Phillip Reeser of Farmer City, Jerry Rodgers of Champaign, Gary Schmidt of Carthage, and Michael O'Brien served as ushers. The bride wore a white gown of imported organza which was trimmed with appliques of alen- con lace. Her three-tier, elbow length, French illusion veil was crowned with fresh flowers, and she carried a bouquet of garden flowers. The bridesmaid's gown were designed and created by Miss Cecilia O'Brien. The bodices were sheer white cotton trim- med with lace and navy rbon and the skirts of the dresses were imported navy and white checked voile. The girls wore fresh flowers in their hair and also carried garden bouquets. Mrs. O'Brien wore an en- semble of ice blue silk and Mrs. Cardoni wore a rose colored Old Spanish chandelier by p.)qress LIGHTING Go Mediterranean with this enchanting hand-forged wrought iron Progress creation. Or use it to mix with Modern. Whatever your decorating motif, whatever room you're re-doing, you'll find a "just right" Progress Lighting idea in our showroom. Come in soon, visit with one of our lighting experts and see how much a new lighting idea can do for you. ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. Mount Pulaski B.UNOZS Phone 792-3260 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. CARDONI MANY WIIMAM: The twelfth of the descendants Rose Wilham was July 4, Recreation Center i1 ski. The new for the coming yell Schroth, Drabing, vice - Sandra gilmert, $u.rer. There were 39 i for the noon meal. Mr. and Mrs. Donald; Mr. and Wilham and Mrs. Rudy Mrs. Keith Wilham,: double knit dress. Both the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom wore cor- sages of white camelias. The couple is at home in Urbana, Illinois, where Mr. Car- doni is doing graduate study at the University of Illinois. ,CLUB NOTES* The Loyal Daughters, of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, viU meet Tfiesday, July 20, at the home of Mrs. Helen Buckles, with the officers as hostesses. A potluck dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. Members are ask- ed to bring a dish to pass and their own table service. Drinks will be furnished. The Goodwill Society of the St. Thomas Aquinas Church met last week, in the home of Mrs. Frank Waddell with Miss Marie Sams as hostess. After the business meeting 500 was played. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Claude Litterly and Mrs. Leo Walsh. Miss Emma Sams will be the hostess in August. Mrs. Ed Goddard entertain- ed members of the San Souci Club on Tuesday, July 6. 500 was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Dan Fuhrer, Mrs. Claude Litterly, Mrs. Ruth Berry and Mrs. Fred Froehlich. The next hostess will be Mrs. Verneta Wachter. Mrs. Edward Michel, Mt. Pulaski, will have a Household Science picnic on her lawn, Wed., July 28th. The Hilltops Club met July 13that the Rec Center. Gainers, bring your calorie sheets next week and wear a pir of your husband's shoes. The Bee light- ers are ahead of the Pound Peelers in the baseball game by a score of 5-2. The Garden Club plans to order flower bulbs from Holland again this year. Anyone inter- ested in ordering bulbs may pick up a catalogue at the La'brary. die and Darla; and from Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Kathy and Kevin John Wilmert, Stacey; Mr. and Schroth, Kathy, Becky, Cheryl and Mrs. Bob Lincoln; Betty and Billy and llliopolis. Guests hoffe Prizes were following: hag; youngest, couple with and Mrs. Charles veled the Bob Schneider. An afternoon enjoyed by all. union will be Sunday of July at tion Center. Question: What s, Answer:" A the hiccups. IT'S A NO-NO.= Doesn't pay you a handsome return your money, or Insure your savings up to $ 20,000, or Protect your dollars against thieves, loss or misplacement. BUT WE DO! - DRIV00m WINDOW HOg00 " FIRST NATIONAL