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FIEO SECTION SalLE- FORRENT -- LOST- FOUND NF.LP WANTED -- JOBS WANTED LEGAI.S -- MEMORIALS 1 All- _ _ Time $ . 60 $ .85 S 1.10 $ 1.30 $1.50 Per Word $I. 50 CASH RATES-- INSERTION-DEADtlNE ADS fur publication may be placed until 5 P.N. Tuesday CONTRACT ADVERTISING Rates 0uoted* Upon ReQuest. SALE-- bL $1.oo. all kinds. Buffalo Market. RL 54, Open Daily .30 (7-22) ;6 Chev. pickup ton, . Call afte 792-5691. Fork. 2 lot 100 ft. front- rsonale. Phone 1953 1 ton heavy truck. Arthur IlL 3, 4 & 5 Bdw. homes ahoc N.W. of information call Realty, Mt. Home Pro- S "Skip" Proctor. 74-5545. Also fund for organizations. Peat toil for lawn& flowe 50c bushel delivered. Call ,RE/q '- large tWO room fur- Utilities fur- 3958. (tf) bedroom home. Call 5550. (7-22-p) unfutnifl Available soon. TeL 792-5567. on SALE Saturday, July 17, Carolyn Hatfiekt, Dr., Springfield, TO RENT RENT: 3 bedroom I0 Prefer Can 217-732- (7-22-p) Small houseor Aug. 15. Write . (7-22) TO BUY-- - Top prices paid and mi Call Lincoln 732-6314 or 732- FunfiUne Auo. (m ERLENDUSH Service ULABR l, ILL. m - m -- NOTICES-- REWARD $25 for information lead- ing to the arrest and conviction of the person who is tret_spa- ing upon the vacant lot just south of the Post Offke and tearier down my Real Estate sign. E. L. RothwelL EARN A VACATION THE AVON WAY. Start selling Avon lo- ducts now and rove for the vaca- tion of YOUr dreams Work in your spare time. CaB now 1-217- 523-6387 or write Avon Pro- ducts, P.O. Box 3231, Spring- field, IIL ATTENTION DETASSELERS: Feel like your hair looks CORNY?. SHUCKS! Let the Twins DE- TOUSLE it! Your BEAU, JACK will throw a fit. Only $2.25 Shampoo & Set at the Twim Budget Boutique. Open Monday thru Friday evenings by appoint- merit. Phone 792-5852 or 792- 5429. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 7 I-P-70 Notice is hereby given of the death of Nora M. Heyne that Letters of Admlnistnrfion with the Will An- nexed were issued June 24/1971, to Walter C. JaJ, Cnut, lllin& The attorney for the Ator with the Wl Annexed is Han & MC Pulaski, I1o. may be filed within seven months from, June 24, 1971 (date ofi.eanee of Lette), and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Lynn D. Gilchri Clerk of the Circuit Court Loga County, Illinois (7-15-p) & Han Attorneys at Law Mr. Prtlmki, llois NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE _Docket Number 71-P-85 Notice is hereby given of the death of Carrie B. Auer; that Letters of Administnaion were issued June 24, 1971, to Edna Auer Small- wood, 1244 E. Sedgwick, Decatur, llilnoiL The attorney for the Ad- ministrator is Harrh & Hanis, Mt. Pulaski, lllinoh. Claims may be faed within seven months from, June 24, 1971 (date of issuance of Letters), and any claim not filed within that period is hrted as to the estate which is inventoried within that penod Lynn D. Gilchri, Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, lllinob. Harr & Han AUosneys at Law (7-29-p) CUSTOM.. CORN' G Phone 795t .515t5 GENE WILSON Real Estate g Auction Co. South Side el Square MY. PULASKI, ILL. FOR SALE in Mr. Pulaski, 3 bedroom home with family room and fireplace. Full meet. On 5 acre umth end of town. 6 room home, new furnace, storm windows, family room and fneplaee. block off We need listings of 3 mul 4 bedroom homes, BILL TATE SALESMAN Phone 793-3370 792-5363 CLIFFORD SJlTII SALESMAN Phone 793-5_n0 KAESEBIER -- MAUS (Continued from page 1) held by an organza and venice lace headpiece. Her only jewel- ry was a string of pearls be- longing to her Godmother, Mrs. Lee West. The bride's bouquet was a cascade arrangement of pink roses and baby's breath. Miss Mary Ann Gasaway, cousin of the bride, of Mt. Pulaski, was maid of honor. Her gown was styled similar to the bride's with empire waist and short puffed deem. It was lavender dacron, flocked with white daisies. A contrasting lavender bow was worn with it. Her headpiece was a bow match- ing the dress with a lavender veil. Her bouquet was a nose- gay of multi-color dames. Mrs. Dan Phillips, Mt. Pulaski, sister of the bride, and Miss Connie Lettefle of Springfield, were bridesmaids. Their gowns. were identical to the maid of honor. Mrs. Phillips wore green and Miss Letterle wore blue. Their bouquets were nosegays of multi-color daisies. Karen Kaesebier, sister of the bride, was flower girl. Her gown was styled mnilar to the other attendants and was in pink. Her headpiece was a three- cornered "kerchief" matching her dress trimmed with white lace. She carried a basket of pink rose petals. Scott l'hillips of Springfield, was ringbearer, and carried a white satin pillow edged with lace. Gregory Mass, of Springfield, was best man for his brother. Walter Mass of Chestnut, broth- er of the groom, and Danny Boyd,Mt. Pulaski, were ground- men. The groom and his at- tendants were attired in white dinner jackets with black lapels. They wore black trousers and white ruffled shirts, edged in black. The groom's bouton- niere was a pink rose. The other attendants wore daisy buton- nieres to correspond with the bride's attendants gown colors. Mrs. Kaesebier, mother of the bride, wore a blue crepe bonded dress, trimmed with blue lace and white accessories. Mrs. Maus, mother of the groom, wore a pink dress witli white accessories. Both wore white carnation cottages. Mrs. Harm Detmers and Mrs. Berth Malls, grandmothers, and Mrs. Lena Trepel, great-grand- mother of the couple, were remembered with corsages. Al- so Janet's Godmother, Mrs. Lee West. Ushers were Dan Phillips and Mike Cupolaed of Mt. Pulaski, Paul Murphy of Lincoln and Robert Dormers, Janet's God- father, of Erodes. Judy Malls and Rick Kaese- bier handed out the wedding bulletins. Acolytes were Janet's brothers, Bill and David Kaese- bier. Susan .Kaesebier, Leann West end Jean Gasaway handed out rice packets to the guests as they left the church. JAMES KAUTZ Plumbing & Heating 24 Hour Service Puladd, minois CUSTOM CORN Shelling-Baling 'rRRY McCAIN, 793-5331 JOIM ICAIN, 793-5524 The reception was held in the church basement immediate- ly following the ceremony. The white skirted tablewas decorat- ed with white bows. The four- tiered wedding cake was all white and topped with white bells and dairies. It was encircl- ed at the base with white dairies and greenery. A groom's cake representing an open book was placed next to the wedding cake. The cakes were baked by Mrs. Lee West, Janet's God- mother and aunt. Crystal candle holders with tall white candles were used on the table. Mrs. Lee West and Mrs. Walter Mass cut and served the cake. Mrs. Alan Lessen and Mm Robert Detmers served punch and cof- fee. Miss Carolyn Wflham register- ed the guests. Miss Janet Hilton, foster sister of the bride, and Miss Nancy Rockwell were in charge of the gifts. The couple will reside at I010 Pulaski Street in Lincoln. Mrs. Maus is employed at the Lincoln State School and Mr. Maus at General Electric in Decatur. June 22t1, Janet and Curt's wedding day also marked the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Detmers, Janet's grandparents; the Detmer's sev- en children: Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Kaesebier, Janet's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Detmers; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gasaway; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Detmers; Mr. and Mrs. Lee West; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lessen; Mr. and Mm Win. Detmers; and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Phillips, Janet's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maus hosted a rehearsal dinner on Monday, June 21, at the St. John's Lutheran Church base- ment following rehearsal. A de- licious and relaxing homestyle dinner was enjoyed by the brid- al party and their guests. B00.nrrom RELqION HELD SUNDAY JULY II The annual Balm Fletcher reunion was held on Sunday, July I I at Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, Ill. A basket dinner was served at noon. The afternoon was spent visiting - some of the young playing basebnll and the old playing cards. There were 102 people at- tending the gathering. The old- est present, William E. Baker, 84 years, of Chestnut, III. The youngest was Kyle Allen Biggs, 2% months, of Peoria, ill. Mr. and Mrs. Elva Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buckles served as hosts for tht: day. Those attending were: Chest- nut: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Balm, Pare and Cherflyn; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter; Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Baker; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Baker; Havener, St. REALTY CO. . SBURBP.N and FARM nOIPERTIE $11 West Coelm l;t*t rnoum .$O9 ..Mt. ihdaskt Painting Wall Washm Wall Papering CONTACT BILL SHANLE -- NOTIOE --- The PUTTER and OLUTTER SHOPPE will he elesed during July and Aupst YOU MAY PIC - UP AITI r SUPPLIES YOU NEED BY CALLING 79o-. 396 OR 79o.= S958 AN, DAYS rcm-0000 AND StmDAZS TI-NgWS 0tt. Pulas m.) THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971-15 Mt. : Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Buckles and family; Larry Baker; Otto Allison; Miss Charlotte Baker; Kenney: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Poe and family; Chancey Myers; Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Kermit De Jarnette and family; Mrs. Blanche Peterson; Llbby Nich. ols; Linda Blue; Mrs. Forrest Yeates; Joan Leesman; Cecil Boyd; Mr. and Mrs. Elva Decker and family; Peoria: Mrs. Leland Bahn; Marcia and Patty; Wesley Deck- er; Janice and Joyce Decker; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baker and Denhe; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moore; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Baker and Eric; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Biggs, Bryan and Kyle; CLinton: Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Grimes and family; Mr. and Mrs. George Shaub and Stacey; Beason: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whiteside; Canton: Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Jeokins and family; Ma- son City: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter and family; St. Louis, Mo.: Steve Grimes, Martinsvflle, Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ferguson; Harristown, IlL: Mr. and Mrs. Chades Baker; Greenview: Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Enloe, Wade and Warren and Darrell; Kewanee: Mr. and Mrs. James Decker and family; Ash- land: David Stoker; Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Thorrs Earl; Mr. and Mrs. James Wicks; Silver Springs, Maryland: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fletcher. CHURCH REVIVAL AT HEYWORTH JULY 19- 24 Every year thousands ot people from all over the state gather at the United Pentecostal Church Campground, 4 miles south of Heyworth on Route 51, for an old-fashioned "Holy Ghost" revival. You are invited to come and share in the bless- ings of the Lord during the week of July 19-24. Services are three times daily at 10:00, 2:00 and 7:30. Rev. Nathaniel Urshan, the radio speaker of Harvestime, will be the evening speaker. There will be much singing and rejoicin.g. Many, through the years, have found Salvation in its fullness at sucb a camp- meeting as this. Transportation can be pro- vided by calling Roy. Gray, 473-6971. THANK YOU The ML Pulaski Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the July 4th Fireworks Celebration, wiahes to thank the following persods who made the Fire- HEALTH HOME BUSINESS I NSURANCE MYRICK'S A_-dNCY PHONE: 792-5476 MT. PULASKI ILL, JEFFREY EUGENE, 4 month old, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Baldwin of Mt. Pulaski. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bohn of Elkhart and paternal grand. parents are Mrs. Doris Baldwin of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. Jasper Baldwin of Kansas City, Mis- souri. works a mccessful event. Young people who worked on fireworks: Kevin Horn, Di- ane Helton, Dale Helton, Gary Helton, Norman Helton, Jane Connolley, Lisa Broughton, Bill Bates Mike Bates, Roger Fulk, Larry Hahn, Harry Htld, Bob Taylor, Barb Coons, Tom Es- ew, Margaret Wolf; Claus Tanner for time, ideas, inspiration ad patience; Ga/ Shull and cast for "Americana' City Police and REACT Team; Logan Co. Fair Association for 2 utility poles; Common- wealth Edison for 1 utility pole; Loy Dunn for digging holes for poles; Mt. Pulaski Crane Rental and Bob Stein- fort, Gene l-rickey and Red Schrelber; Fire Dept. for protection of and lighting fueworks; Hayes Wrecker Service - Assistance in setting poles; Flying Club of Bloomington; Wayne Harmer for tent; High School Band; Workers in tent, Mrs. Glenn Mason, Mrs. Bill Dulls, and Lions Club members; Clean-up crew, Rick Aylesworth, Randy Aylesworth, JoAnn Ayleswortl and City employees; Use of City employees; and the public for their attendance - without you, it wouldn't have been a SUCceSS. tit t Electrolux Vacuum Cleaners Sales & Service 716. Okla. Ave. HlqCOLN, ILL. Ph. 752.8OO'2 Jim Kinslow Over 4 Yrs. Same Location i Interior & Exterior HOUSE PAINTING FARM BUILDING PAINTING IK3USl, BAmqs,SlLOS, & OUT BUII,D- DS OF ALL TYI. GOOD  WORK AT REASOHJLE EMS & & ReLier Pa|nt|ag OdT FREE ESTIMATES OVER 18 YURS PAINTING EXPERIENOE OAI, I. JERRY at NIANTIC 6t. POLIS 4m.aOOl