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2-TIMF.-NEWS &lt;Mt. Pulaski, I11 )4OLIT PULASla TIMES-NEWS lit. Pulask/, IlL 62548 Pulahed and entered as second class matter in the post office at Mount Pul__ukt, nlltmis, Nov. I, Ig$0, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 18'/9. IQHTH E. sder JAMES V. DODGE Editor 8ublcrtpt/ot< Rates rhrss Months $ 1.50 Six Monthl $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Think You Notices $ 1.50 Advert/s/as Display + Rate upon request Publlsh4sd Every Thursday LOCAL.__ MEWS Pastor and Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein and Mrs. Zum- stein's sister, Mrs. Charles Griff'm of Olney, IlL are attending the Tri - annual Homecoming in Green- castle, Pa., from Aug. 1-6, where the two sisters lived during their youth, and where their father was min- ister of the Presbyterian Church. Robert Lee Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor of Mt. Pulaski will begin his teaching duties in the Biology Department of Adlai Stevenson High School at Prairie View, Ill. this fall. He will leave the latter part of August. Over the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and Debbie were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gooding, Hillsboro, Ind. and Bob Jones of Crossville, Ill. The Goodings came for the wed- ding of her niece, Miss Kathleen Letterly who be- came the bride of Bruno Tondello, Jr. Friday eve- ning, July 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes attended the wed- ding of Miss Roberta Rae Ball, Springfield, I11. and Kevin Flynn of San Fran- cisco, Calif. on Saturday at the Douglas Avenue Methodist " Church in Springfield. A reception fnliowed the ceremony in the church parlors. A sec- ond reception for the wed- ding party, family and close friends, was held later at the Sky Room at the Elks Club. The couple will honeymoon in Hawaii and reside in California upon their return. Mr. and Mrs. John Has- sebrock, Sr. drove to Mas- coutah last Wednesday. They took Mrs. Mary But- man, Mr. Hassebrock's sis- ter home. She had visited with them from Sun. to Wed. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bell of Emporia, Kansas, arrived last Wednesday and visited several days with his sister, Mrs. Oleta Bartels and others in Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln. They left Satur- day noon and planned to stop on their way home to visit his brother, Herman, at Butler, Illinois, for a few days. Mrs. Emma Hergert and Miss Norma Schahl return. ed home Saturday after vacationing id Texas. Mrs. Jane Hindsley and family returned to their home in Glenwood, 111., after a visit with her father, Mr. William Myrick. SLY INS. ilqCl00 w_"_-'--'.ex_ ,__--ra + 79'/. :11116 II'. PULkSiIO, ILl, J_.. I THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baunach and family of El- Paso, Illinois, have purchas- ed Zenobia Zimmermann's home on Vine Street. They have fou children, Eddie, Denise, Mike and Tracy. Mr. Baunach is a State Trooper out of Springfield. We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Baunach and family to our city. Chris Miller returned home Monday evening after spending a week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kiick at Downers Grove. Mrs. Bill Myrick of Min- neapolis, Minnesota, flew here on Friday evening to visit his father, William Myrick. Mrs. David Myx:ick and children, and Mrs. Norris of Lincoln and family, ac- companied Mrs. Myrick, for a short visit, to her home in Connecticut. Supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn, Linda and Debbie, Monday, July 26th, were his twin brother and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Durra, John and Connie of Creve Couer, II1. Kathleen Behrens, fiance of Mark Miller, was honor- ed at a bridal shewer at the Trinity Lutheran Church Hall in Manlius, I11., Saturday, July 18th. At- tending the shower were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller, Mark and Marianne, Mrs. Glenn Bradshaw and Mrs. Wm. D. Miller. Mrs. Dean Davison and family, Middletown, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davison and son, Rickey, from Wapella, left for Silver Dol- lar City, Sunday, for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aylesworth and children. Brenda and Brad, returned home Monday from a ten- day vacation visiting rela- tives ir the south. They visited in Tulsa, Oklahoma with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strickland. They also visit- ed Wellington, Texas with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. E. M. Strickland of Austin, Texas also came to Well- ington to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas of Wichita, Kan- sas, left Sunday for their home after visiting in this community with their cousins, Mrs. Verneta Wachter, Mrs. Edna Riedle, Adam Weckel and Mrs. Florence Crippen. A birthday dinner honor- ing Miss Debra Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Dunn was enjoyed Sunday at the Heritage House in Springfield, !11. Those in attendance were the above and Linda Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lucas, LEESMAN BABY BA SUNDAY Shannon Lee Leesman, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leesmad, Mt. Pula- ski, was baptized at the morning worship service by Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, at St. John's Lutheran Church Sunday, July 25, 1971. Sponsors for the infant were Miss Pamela Weckel, Mt. Pulaski, and Silas Lowe, Jr. of Shelbina, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leesman and sons were hosts at a family dinner served at the Barnhart Cafe following the church ser- vice. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leesman. Hartsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gleason and family, Beason, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and Pamela, Stuart Erlenbush, Mrs. Grace Buckles, Mrs. Annie Buckles, Rev. and Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein. Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Silas Lowe. Jr. and family of Shetbina. Mo. Kansas GueslS Mr. and Mrs. from Emporia, i entertained at his nephew, Mr: Glen Mason luck dinner last evening. Those guests, Julie Mason, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. RaY and Dennis, Mr. Kenneth Fout and Mr. and Payne. all of Mr. and M. Mason and Joey, Mrs. Leroy nise, Janis, Lincoln. Illino Is ma Holmes California and Hanner of STORE by Dplay in the MRS. BRUNO TONDELLO, JR. - Miss Kathleen Ann Letterly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letterly, Latham. became the bride of Bruno Ton- dello, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Tondello. Sr., Nokomis, on Friday evening, July 23. 1971 in the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Mt. Pulaski. and Bob Jones of Cross- ville, 111. Kinert Family Return Home After Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinert and family. Tom, Cindy, and Kari have returned to their home in Arlington. Virginia after visiting in Wichita, Kansas with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Shelley and family. They also visited several days in Mt. Pulaski with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manes and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Anderson, and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Eugene Manes and Kim Manes of Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manes of San Diego. Calif.. also visited in Wichita. FILM HOUR AT LIBRARY The films to be shown during the Film Hour at the Library Wednesday. August 4. are "Peter and the Wolf" and "A Red Balloon." Birthday Dinner A chicken barbeque din- ner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. keigh Broughton, Sunday. July 25, honoring the birthday of their daughter. Mrs. Don Frederick. Present. besides the a- bove mentioned, wcrc Mr. Frederick and daughter, Lauri, Dawn, Lisa and Robin Broughton. Mrs. Talitha Broughton, Fred Boy. Mrs. Ann Kerschner, Norman Hclton and Mrs. Harold k. Hargrave. Chicken Fry Sponsored BY UNITED METHODIST Mt. Pulaski, II1.- July 31st. 4:30 P,M.. P.M. Donation. Adults. $2.25 Children Under 12 - .$1.00 Profits To Be Used For Church RENT A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $ 4.25 Phone 79Z-5418 Meant Ptdadti, m. Get One For Yourself! First National Bank FedersJ l)qit l,,m,ranee Ineream, d to $20,000 PIIONE 792-3216 MOUNT PULASKI, II,LINOIS