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F 16.-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, m.) THURSDAY, JULY 15,1971 IdZL[N ]EKr[, 80 LETTERLE - STEWART OF RURAL LINCOLN DIED MONDAY Melvin Beaver, 80, of rum Lincoln, died at 3:35 p.m. Mon- day, July 12, 1971, in Decatur Memorial Hospital. He was born in Athens, the son of David and Anna Meecham Beaver. He was a member of Decatur Four- square Church. He married Minnie Stiles in October, 1913, and she sur. vives. Also surviving him are a son, Ralph Stiles of Lincoln; sister, Alice Beaver, Peoria; a brother, Otto Beaver, Cantrell; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Three bro- thers and three sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 14, 1971 at Schahl Funeral Home with the Rev. Luther Barnes officiating. Mrs. Mildred Myrick was organist and Mrs. Luther Barnes sang "Safe In the Arms of Jesus" and "Nearer My God to Thee". Visitation was from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Burial was in Mount Pulaski Cemetery. Fgmiiy R6ugions The McCoy reunion will be held Sunday, July 25 at the American Legion Home at 12 noon. Drinks will be furnished. The 18th annual Ayers re- union will be held Sunday, July 18th at the Rec. Center in Mr. Pulaski. Potluck dinner at noon under Pavilion No. 2. Plates, cups and drinks furnished.- Bring any old family history for our records. Bring pictures for our album. Any descendaatt of the Ayers' are welcome to come and enjoy the day Zella She- horn is the Sec.-Ti :as. Reservation for your 1972 Reunions are to be made to Harriet Bender. The Fee is $5.00. The date will be reserved one week after the date of your reumon to hold your reserva- tions for the coming year. If not made within one week, other parties may make reserva- tions for that date ffso desired. Sun. July 18th - Pavilion I - Shull Reunion. July lgth Pavilion 2- Ayers Reunion. July 25th - Pavilion I - McC.ain Reunion. July 25th - Pavilion 1 - Michel Reunion. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives, for their many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our loved one, Melvin Beaver. net over blue with blue ribbon placed on the front of the table and at both ends. Blue and white daisies formed a line on the center of the table on either side of the three-tiered wedding cake. The cake was topped with two white satin bells. Behind the bells was a white heart. In front of the white satin bells were a pair of white doves and also a pair of wedding bands interlocking. Between the white pillars of the cake were blue and white daisies and greenery also. White candles, placed in silver candle holders, were on each side of the cake. Assisting at the bride's table were Miss Janet Stewart, sister of the groom, Miss Patri- cia Lettefle, Chestnut; and Miss Connie Lettede, Springfidd; cousins of the bride, and Erma Letterle, Chestnut, Ill. Regis- tering the guests was Miss Susan Goodman. Assisting at the gift table were Mrs. Phylis Stewart, Miss Diane Lyon and Miss Susan Goodman. The bride and groom's moth- ers were presented with white daisy corsages tied with avo- cado green ribbon and the grandmothers of the bride and groom were presented with white daisies tied with white ribbon. The bride, a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School, has been employed at the Lincoln State School for the past two years. The groom also attended Mt. Pulaski High School and is em- ployed at the (3bear Nester Plant in Lincoln, Ill. After the short honeymoon, the couple is-residing at 318 E. Cooke, Mt. Pulaski, IlL MR. AND MRS. WlLLARD REMMERT will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Sun- day, July 18, 1971. REC NEWS Baseball for the Little Leap ers will be held at the Tomlin- son Rec. every morning at 9:00 a.m., starting Monday, July 19, to begin work on fundamentals. The bicycle races which were rained out last Friday will be held Thursday, July 15 at 10 a.m. Friday, July 16, at 1:00 p.m. JIM HAYES, center, is shown" Amateur Champion contest and being presented a trophy by golf pro, Quinn Sullivan, left, for winning the individual first place in the County's golf tour- ney in .llicott, Maryland. At right is golf coach, Skip Law. rence. Jim also won the Jr. EASTERN TOUR (Continued from page 1) pleased. They went to see the Broadway Show "Two By Two" starring Danny Kaye. The next morning, the tour left New York City via the Staten Island Ferry and on through New Jersey to Phi]a. delphia to tour Independence Hall and Betsy Ross Home. Up- on arrival in Washington D. C., a tour was made of the Srnith- sonian Institute and the Wash- ington Monument at night. The next day, the tour group went to Arlington Cemetery and saw the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Changing of the Guard, John F. Kennedy Grave, Lincoln Monument, White House, Capitol Building, and Mt. Vernon. Following the dinner at Ho- gates, they went to an Air Force Band concert featuring the "Singing Sergeants". This was on the Bank of the Po- tomac River. On leaving Wash- tngton D. C., they stopped at the Church of the Immaculate Conception and then passed the embassies. It was a friendly group and the trip was enjoyed by all. This is the Gluick's third Presley Tour, the first for the Betcher's. SWIM MEET (Continued from page I) in this meet, some team swim- We are indeed grateful, brings the much awaited Pet Show. Everyone is invited to a.end___=__.____ eoe |000000eoM--ffAu0000 FIRST TIME , - " ...... PERSONS 65 and OVER with MEDICARE \\; JULY 24th i m sem00 BLUE R055 BLUE SHIELD i emmul omt  F  Con1t Your TOWNSHIP DIREC'I'OR LOGAN COUNTY Heal/h Improvement Kuodadon 411PulaEhi St. Lincoln Phone 732-9312 PHONF,--792-5532 TOM'S FLOWERS Everett Hembreiker. Manager MOuITr PULASEL II1HOIS West Side of the Square came in 8th in the Eastern Seaboard Pro-am. Jinl is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manes of Mt. Pulaski. mers coming as far as from Chicago and California. In this swim meet, small Mt. Pulaski sent fry# swimmers and all five something for which they can be very proud, came home with place f'L,ishes which entitled them to a medallion. Our Representatives and their f'mishes are as follows: mile open swim for Male 11 and 12,Chic Donndly (2nd); mile novice swim for Mate 11 and 12, Kevin West, (6th); nuae novice swim t'or Male 13 and 14, Gary Stratton, (3rd); mile novice swim for Fe- male 13 and 14, Sandy Cline, (3rd); mile novice swim for Male 15 to 17, Pete Molt (3rd). Loans so Fast..._ Claum UNITED METHODIST CHURCH D. Dean Fotlh, Minister 4-14. Sun. 9:00 am. Sunday School Moo. 7:30 p.m. Adult  10:00 am. Worship Service Tues. ? p.m.S.'S. Teach@ Sunday,July 18th -Jr. UMYF - 7:00 Thm 2 p.nk Ladies Aid. p.m. at home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Buckles. tfl'. PULASKI CHR/STIA N St. UMYF - 7:00 p.m. at home Ken tdlemn of Mr. and Mrs. Keaneth Johnson. Brad Bennet, Asd=d Friday, July 16th - 6:30 p.m., Soft- Sun. 9:00 a.m. Sunday ball game. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sun. 9:00 am. Sun. Church School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service Sermon: "The Measure of Righ- teousness." There a-II be special music. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. W Wed. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 Monday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. LAKE FORK there fill be softball games. Allen Minm, A cordial invitation to alL Sun. COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH Harold Eye, Minister Sunday 9:30 a.ra, BIe Study 10:30 a.m. Worship Se 6:00 p.m. Family Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship 7:'a t.m. Prayer MeeUng ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe - Tel. 792-5965 Sun- 8 a.m. Worship Service - Edher 4-14 ' Who Knoweth Whether Thou Art Come to Kingdom For Such a Time as This" Sun. 9 a.,m. Sunday School and Bible SEE YOUR 10:30 a.m. 6: 3o p.m. Youth CHURCH Rev. Wed. 5:30 p.m. Mass Sun. 10:00 a.m. Mass The taken from paper. Looks Le @e forward to a younger with a sense Question: What is Answer: the twist. It's Almost Like Ma00ic... OOWNII IIISIIRAE | Hme 792- MT. PULAI, 24-HOUR SEtNICE But, there are no tricks attached. Hocus pocus isn't our bag. We just like to make people happy by okaying more loans in the shortest time. We offer assistance with the arranging and give you convenient service. , .p.n dop tn  to no,ooo- by do redmd  t ----_-e,__ Ccepmd The Farmers