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B NOTES Satin Slippers Ballet Club 8th with a party honor- mothers, at the Tal- in IAncoln, from 2 Movies were shown of club dance, "A Sum- Day", and original enter- which consisted of sing- dancing by the members. were served. Udy Sattley, Pub. Chairman. Tendick reunion will be Tuesday, Aug. 8, at the Legion Home in Mount starting at 6 p.m. Cornland 4-H Achievement met Wednesday, July 19, in the home of Mrs. near Cornland. illtop Merry Maids 4-H Pulaski, will hold meeting on Mon- 4th at the home of Mrs. Zebrun. This meeting will with the correct way :-out records and reports must be in the Lincoln August 4th. K. ROHIZS SATURDAY R. KRETZINGER Darlene Kay Rohlfs, dau- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry of Lincoln, and Roger E. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kretzinger of Chestnut, in marriage Saturday, 1961, in the First Christ- Lincoln. wore a white street- dress styled with a full Her shoulder length veil to a white crown carried a crescent shaped bouquet of white orchids, throats, stephanotis Sharon Shehorn of Wash- D.C., sister of the bride, of honor in a sheath iight green with white She carried a bou- Pastel shaded Marguerite accented with mint green rainbow streamers.. man was Robert Jey- )tion was held at the of Mrs. Dean Schachtele, of the bride. -_ newlyweds will resiae in Where she is employed Drug Store, and he is by Cutler-Hammer. ON SUNDAY ninth annual Ayers reun- held Sunday, July 16, at Recreation Center POtluck dinner at noon. Were 54 members and two Present. Were awarded to Elmer Ayers and Steven of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- elected and re-elected years, are: Pres- Ayers; Vice-President Secmtary-Treasur- attending were: Mr. and Ayers, of Springfield; Willis Ayers, Jr, and Patricia and Terry; Mr. Earl Phillips and child- Ann, Danny and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Raymond Pyl- children, Cynthia and Mrs. ;rella Ayers of De- Mrs. Pink Durchholz, Mr. Elmer Durchholz and Dick and Dale, Sally Bobell, John Ash- Norman Stopher, Mr. bean Wilham, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. and son Steven, Raymond Ayers, Mr. Ayers and son Willis Ayers and' child- and Lonnie, Mr. Dave Erlenbush and Mary, Denise, Karen Mr. and Mrs. Robert children, Jeffrey, Danny Mr. and Mrs. Robert and children, Steve and of Mount Pulaski. was ,L NEWS Riedle, south of Monday after being a several days. Gloria Scott Was Married To Decatur Man Miss Gloria Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott of Mr. Pulaski, R.R. 2, and David Reyn- olds, son of Mrs. Dorothy Reyn- olds, 1741 Kenwood Crt., Decatur, and the late William Reynolds, were married at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 15, 1961, in the Grace Meth- odist Church of Decatur by Dr. Jual Ford who performed the double ring, candlelight cere- mony. Baskets of white gladioli and stock were placed on the church altar and the backkground was of palms. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace made with a basque bodice and long i tapered sleeves. The sabrina neckline was scalloped and the skirt was styled with a front panel and a cascade of lace and tulle ruffles that extended into a chapel length train. The silk illusion veil was held in place by a pear and iridescent trim- med crown. Her pearls were the bridgroom's gift. Miss Judy Scot-t, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and wore a pink organza dre feao turing a bodice made with scoop neckline and cap sleeves. A pleated cummerbund encircled the waist and was accented in the back with a fabric rose. The full skirt was fashioned with back ruffles of net and lace. Darlene Downing was bridesmaid and her dress was like Miss Scott's. They wore headpieces of fabric roses and veiling and car- ried colonial arangements of pink and white daisies. Best man was Robert Buckles and groomsman was Lyndel Era- crick. Ushers were Kenneth Buck- les, Ran Reynolds, Wayne Howe, and Jim Edwards. The bride's mother wore a powder blue embroidered silk or- ganza sheath dress with white accessories and a pink sweetheart rose corsage. The groom's moth- er was attired in a toast toned dress trimmed in white. Her ac- cessories were white and her flowers were yellow sweetheart roses. A reception was held in the church and pink and white dais- ies and greenery were used to decorate the bride's table. Mrs. Erma Houston and Mrs. Helen Burks served the cake and Mrs. Sharon Leesman and Miss Judy Mardis poured. In charge of the gift table were Miss Virginia Buckner, Miss Janice Wubben and Mrs. Kathy Howe. Guests were re- gistered by Miss Penny Davis and Miss Debbie Scott. The bride is a 1961 graduate of the Mount Pulaski Township High School. The groom graduat- ed from Wan-ensburg-Latham high school and is employed at Westemlan Coal & Supply Co. in Argenta. For traveling, M Reynolds. chose a white linen sheath wltn white accessories. Her corsage the white orchid from her bouquet. After a trip to the consin Dells, the young couple will be at home in Argenta. SHOWER GIVEN RECENT BRIDE, .IWS,    TilUm,aY, T family reunion on Sunday, .July ,ST. THOM TO 16 at Miller Park, Bloomington. I ...... This year's officers were: Mrs. [O]]V 100fh Beverly Harrison. president; Mrs. V'ELRY Mabel Manley, vice.president and Mrs. Betty Holmes, secretary and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic treasurer. Church in Mount Pulaski, will The following were present: be observing the 100th annivers- F L!ncoinT-Mr..and Mrs. Rusll ary of the coming of the pioneer uiren, nowara ana uum Ann l Catholics to thls' commumty,"-- - Felman, Mrs. Nancy .Dabbs. and]wel I as the 125th anniversary of Johnnie Ray, Mrs. Came Robinson I the founding of the town in 1836. and Lucy, Mrs. Thelma Wyland, The Rev. Edward M. r Mr. and Mrs. hThv.Or?andEier r, J will offer the Mass on sKur%Wa;: Michael and Kat y, . f July 23, at 8 a.m., in memory of James Wyland, Danny, Gary, those long gone, who kept their Tommy and Vicky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ulferts. Emden--Mr. and Mrs. Everett Billings, Stephen and Stephanie. Bloomington--Harold Gaffney and Michael Mt Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. Dar- old Deibert, Tim and Kim; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bandelow; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes, Steven and Scott, Mrs. Edna Mueller. Rlvorton--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kirby. Dawson---Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duncan. Cornland--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohn, Brenda, Dennis and Jean Wiebking. Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. Seig Norrington. Lake Fork--Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaffney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ShaM, Mark, Diane and Jeanene, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Manley, Mrs. Wilma Moore, Cam, Gloria, Mich- ael Lowe and Kathy Welch. Elkhart--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuiten, Greg and Kent. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Carrie Robinson for being the old- est woman present, and to Arthur Kirby for being the oldest man present. Johnnie Ray, son of Mrs. Nancy Dabbs won a prize for be- ing the yotmgest present. Officers for next year were elected as follows: Harvey Robin- son, president; Everett Billings, vice-president, and Mrs. Ruth Fuiten, secretary.treasurer. The 1962 reunion will be held at Mt. Pulaski on the third Sun- day in July. MORE SIL..TENNIAL BELLES D IPI OIKlffITION More Join Sll.Tennial Belles or- ganization, namely, Dorla Froeh. lich, Roberta Rademaker, Cleva Aderman, Helen Sams, Isadore Tomlinson, Marge Foster, Irma TIIlword, Clam Harper, Edith Patterson, Geraldine Bertsche. Mrs. Ethel Downing is chair- man of this group of several hundred belles. faith strong and for those who now carry on through the years to higher goals. Their efforts in a material way in the building of a new edifice, soon to be dedicated, is a reward for their faithfulness to God's will, and for being good citizens in this beloved community. A MISTAKE WE ARE HAPPY TO CORRECT Dawson, Ill. July 18, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible: ! In reading over the Sil-Tennial i Edition of the Times-News, I felt i terrible to read where they had made a mistake. In the news where they told about the Storm on May 1883, they told of the farm home of Thomas Chandler being destroyed, killing his wife and infant daughter. That was my grandparents home. Yes, it killed my grandmother but the In- fant who was 6-days old lived and is very much alive today. She is my mother and lives at White Hall, Ill. She grew up, married Joseph Shanle, and raised six children. I know they can't know the truth and can only go by old records but I just wanted to say my mother is still alive. She will soon be 79 years old. Thanks. Yours truly, Mrs. Ruby Powers. WATCH REPAIRING 8:00 am. to 8:00 p.m. MONDAY -- WEDNESDAY 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY JACOB BUTTELL ELKHABT, ILL. FLOWEn mow .... BUILDING FRIDAY, "Through tho Years," will the theme of the Mount Sil-Tennial Flower Show to held in the Muldoon Building, sponsored by the man's Club and Garden Club, day, Suly 28, from 2 p.m. tO 81 m. Entries for the exhibits are . en to the public. The schtI: was in the Times.News t July 13. There will be a donation from non-exhibitors. Children be free. Refreshments will be ed continuously during the o BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mt. Pulaski community, are parents of a son born July 13, in the ALM Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Preston H.  man, Jr., Latham are parents  a daughter, born Sunday, 16, at DMC hospital inn DecatUr, Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Tbberstt  Elkhart, are parents of a ter, Charlene Lynette, born day, July 16, in the DMC Decatur. They now have two dren. Grandparents are Mrs. Walter Ebbersten, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett of Buffalo; Mrs. Hannah and Mrs. Georgia land, are Charles Secrest of Niantle great-grandfather. THANK YOU A big "Thank You" to all wonderful friends for their acts of kindness while I the ALM hospital and turning home. Also, for cards, flowers, gifts and They will always be Gayetta of Europe I k your reach  the fabulous Chicuo national Trade Fa- at July 27.30. SiI-Tennial Visitors During the Week of the SiI.Tennial Celebration You are invited to Visit Our Stores ! Many Items will be Specially Priced for this Event! ON FRIDAY, JULY 28 A miscellaneous shower was given at the home of Mrs. Loy IPlli Dunn, hono00ng Come in and Re00.ster and Receive a SiI-Tennial Aylesworth, Saturday evening, July 15. Assistant hostesses were, U nt Mrs. Robert Scroggin, Mrs. Chas. ,, ve r "-- Aylesworth, Mrs. Edward Malone, Misses Mary and Sue Aylesworth. (WHII THEY LAST) ONE TO A FAMILY The gift table was decorated with a blue umbrella with pink Balloons for the Children and blue streamers. A bride doll centered the refreshment table with blue candles on each side. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Gene Brynes and punch served bY Mrs'GeraldThereLettelY.were 30 guests present STAHL'S TRADING POST and the new bride received many beautiful gifts, i $TAHL'S CABINET SHOP AT BLOOMINGTON Descendants of Henry and Laura Fuiten held their anmml