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PAGE VE THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS. MOUNT PULAS] ILLINOIS iii, ! i ,i i: } i  KOLP WDDING-- (Continued from page 1) ankle length skirt, blue slippers, blue picture hat with pink veil. and carried a colonial bouquet of pale pink carnations, with pink and blue ribbon streamers. She wore a rhinestone necklace, gift of the groom. The bridesmaid wore a pink organdy dress, white lace hat and carried a colonial bouquet of dark pink carnatigns, ,vith pink and blue ribbon streamers. The bride's mother wore a deep rose lace dress, with white accessories, and a corsage of white roses. The groom's mother wore a black chiffon dress with black accessories and a corsage of dark red-roses. Following the wedding a re- ception was held at the home of the bride's parents on South Vine street. A large'double heart cake. with the bride and bridegroom's name on it, in ice blue and white frosting, with top decorations of a bride and groom, and cake surrounded by white roses, pink carnations and fern leaves. Two baskets of pink and white gladi- oli were placed at each end of the table. Pink bell center ice cream and coffee were served with the cake. Mrs. William S. Ellis of Lincoln, sister of the groom, cut and served the wed- ding cake. Many beautiful gifts were received by the newly- weds. The bride, a graduate of the Mount Pulaski township high school, is employed at the State Library in Springfield. The bride- groom, also a township high school graduate, served overseas in the army air force during World War II. He is now employ- ed by the Illinois Central rail- road as a train dispatcher, in CHnton, a division point of the company. The young couple went to Chi- cago on their wedding trip and are now living in Clinton. Guests attending the wedding from Detroit, Mich.; Effingham, Urbana, Decatur, Springfield, Lincoln and Mount Pulaski. The couple received a phone call of congratulations from the bride's brother, Alvin Krueger, who has a railroad position in Tampa, Florida. WORDS OF APPRECIATION To my many good friends and former neighbors in Mount Pu- laski and Latham vicinities, I want to express my sincere thanks for the cards, letters, flowers and gifts received during the time I was a patient in the Decatur and Macon county hos- pital, and since returning to my home at 843 West Sawyer, De- catur 25, Illinois. Albert M. Hanselman. Shorthorn Picnic--- (Continued from page 1) ed an entertaining feature pre- ceding the speaking with Victor Stoll doing a fine job as master of ceremonies. Numbers on the program included: Solos by Wil- bur Stoll; and readings by Dean Gerhardt and young Charles Volle. Laneview Farms have won an enviable reputation in the Milk- ing Shorthorn field over the na- tion, having had grand champ- ion bulls and cows. They won grand championship sire at the Illinois State Fair, reserve fe- male champion at the National Dairy Show and a junior, champ- ion at the national show. besides many other blue ribbons. Jack Claar. field manager for Sangamon County Farm Bureau Management Service, spoke on "Farm Management in the Days Ahead." APPRECIATION Spending the summer in Emden with my daughter. Mrs Leslie McCormick, I warn to express my thanks to the many friends and relatives for so kindly re. membering me with cards, flow- ers and gifts on the occasion of my 90th birthday anniversary on July 16th. Louis Niedergesaess. COUNTY FAIR- (continued from page ) will vie for county honors, and finally the annual lJresentation on Friday night of the annual Citizenship awards ro the year's outstanding high school gradu- ates of the area All livestock classes will be judged in the fine 4.H pavilion which was erected in 1950 and the fair will again feature high class vaudeville acts on the grandstand program and the Buff Hottle Shows on the Midway. STOLL DESCENDANTS ANNUAL REUNION The annual family reunion of descendants of Mr. and Mrs.Er- hardt Stolt of the Chestnut vicin- ity, pioneer residents of that community, was held Sunday, July 22, at Fairview Park, Decat- tur. Them were 113 relatives and friends present. There were nine children in the Stoll family, three of whom are still living, as follows: Mrs. John R. Maxheimer, Mount Pu- laski; Charles Stoll of Chestnut; Mrs. Lillie Koenig of Decatur. A picnic dinner was served at noon and greatly enjoyed by the group, which included grand- children, great-grandchildren & great-great-grandchildren, from Chestnut Mount Pulaski, Lin- coln, Clinton, Decatur, Sterling, Chicago, Beason, Lanesville, Ives- dale, Aurora, Bloomington, St. Louis, Mo., and Dexter, Iowa. Seven members of the relation- ship are now serving in the U.S. military forces. INJURED IN AUTO MISHAP AT BELVIDERE Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Down- ing and son Billy of Belvidere, visited northwest of Mount Pu- laski the past week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Doxvning. Before eoming here for the vis- it Mr. Downing was involved in an auto aeeident several days previous, aeeording to the Bel. ividere Daily Republican, which stated that Mr. Downing was treated at the Highland hospital for left arm and left leg cuts, in- eurred in the aeeident. He was injured when his ear collided headon with a trailer hooked to a pickup truck operated by Stan- ley Carpenter, 14, Rt. 1, Belvi- dere, at a point 3 miles south of the city. The Carpenter youth eseaped injury. The Downing ear, traveling south, drove over a rise on the highway and a corner of the wide, flat trailer hooked into the car tearing off the left side of the auto. Downing's machine went out of control and careened into the front yard of a farm residence. Billy Downing, 7, who was riding with his father, es- caped injury. The Carpenter trailer landed in a ditch. The young man was is- sued a traffic ticket for oper- ating a motor vehicle without a license. EXPRESSION OF TIIANKS To my many good friends and neighbors I want to sincere thanks for cards, and gifts, calls made, during was confined to my South Spring street, as sult of a fall. 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