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can justi- the honor of Finest County United States". can be by the high exhibi- year after year. Well as the many that go into of a full and county fair. champions of llli- and Internation- exhibited here hit has had a tend- recent years to more and more the pproach- the many the homefolks in, and have chance to take ribbon or two. Cannot help but no- ever-increasing in- that the country in the 4-H'ers. the judging of are being is plenty of good- in the air as try to get to pose just some of these insist on their stmttin', way in which with primp- put a New York to shame. it was their very or cow, raised and cared for interest- d as its goal, the of a coveted blue with their dis- needle- flowers, products- competing a- , eighhor-not so the value of the Prize, they raised or fashioned things with hands, Were proud of friends and to share this them. folks good- bring in their away the i- hours with and renew 1tam o an aL, o Volunteer I annual Ice Cream held July 31st. of major Lowe of Lath- Deluxe Mrs, AI- 3rd Bicyde, Len- ; 4th urg; " Tom Nagie, over 50 mer- given away evening. would like those who at- women who ) make and and the from the area aWay many t'me KHILE - KILINAN WlDDIN6 Miss Susan Jean Khile of Arlington Heights, Illinois became the bride of David I. Kiliman of Chestnut, Illinois on June 19, 1971 in the Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut in a double ring ceremony. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Deyd Khile, 902 E. Olive St. and David is th( son of Mrs. Elizabeth Kiliman and the late Emil Kiliman of Chestnut. The bride attired in white organza and Alencon lace, wore her grandmother's diamond and pearl lavaliere as "something old". Her gown was Empire styled with a lace yoke and Victorian neckline em- bellished with seed pearls. The bishop sleeves were cuffed in lace, and a wateau train was edged with lace. Susan's short veil flowed from a lace crown accented with pearls and crystals. She carried white roses and blue-tipped carnations. Blue was also the co|or of her attendants' attire. Sherri Khfle, her sister, as maid of honor and Jo Richards, Swan, iowa, and Marilyn Langelle, St. Louis, as bridesmaids, wore long blue lace gowns with velvet ribbon trim. Thev carried white carna- tions tipped in btue and tied with blue and white ribbon. Jo was Susan's roommate in Iowa State and . Marilyn her roommate at Southern. George Enderson, a Delta Chi fraternity brother of the groom at Iowa State, was best man. Jon Khile, brother of the bride and also a Delta Chi from Iowa State, was groomsman, along with Todd Toep- per, the groom's roommate at Southern. Brent Carlson, Chuck Campbell, Sam Cast and Doug Meiburg, all friends of the groom served as ushers. For the afternoon festivities, the bride's mother wore a pink lace dress and coat with a white glamelia corsage. Mrs. Kiliman chose a white dress embroider- (Continued on page 3) Downings Return Homo Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Downing have returned from a three-weeks visit with their son, Bill and family, who live at College, Alaska, a suburb of Fair- banks. They flew up, and re- turned by way of Rail, Boat and Plane. Bill is an engineer for the Burgess Construction Co. at Fair- banks" this summer/ but plans to return to the Uni- versity of Alaska this fail and continue his graduate work in Engineering Man- agement. Mou ' PULASKI, ILLINOIS YOL. 69 THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1971 NO. 3 deCYCLES Still On The Move .... The deCycle group who were in Mt. Pulaski July 14 and spent the night at the Times-News apartments are still on their journey to Texas. Continuing their 3,500 mile bicycle trek across the mid-western and Rocky Mountain states, the 58 cyclists of deCycle mount- ed their I O-speed, blue two- wheelers and headed for the Air Force Academy in Colorado Tuesday morn- ing, July 27. The high school students, who began pedaling their way across the country some two weeks ago, spent Tuesday in Denver. The group spent Monday night at the First United Metho- dist Church in Colorado Springs, Colo. Their most challenging problem so far presented itself in Kansas where strong crosswinds blew "sandburrs" onto the road- way. They suffered '51 flat tires in only four days. Tht' deCycle story was sent to Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis of Mt. Pulaski, by their daughter, Dorothy, who lives in Colorado Springs. Film To Be Shown At Library The Fdm to be shown at the Library on August l ith will be "The Pigeon That Worked A Miracle". This is a Disney f'dm and will run 47 minute This is the last film to be shown for this summer. It will be shown at 3 p:m. and is for children of all ages. lU REDUCED PRiOESl Monday, August 9th bargain day on the Century 21 Midway at the Logati County.Fair. Beginning early in the day and continuing until closing the price of all rides will be reduced 15 cents through the courtesy of Logan County merchants and the "Fair. These tickets are good for the entire family, young and old alike. Ask your friendly business man for all the coupons you need. I I III KIIcllen lanii T0 Plal AI MenliCeilo The Kitchen Band will lave the Bowl at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 10th to play at Home Bureau Day at Monticello. United Methodist, Thanks All The Untied Methodist Church and its members would like to thank all those of the public who came to our Chicken Fry and helped to make it a very successful adventure not only in terms of fi- nances but also in terms of fellowship. We would also like to publicly thank the Ameri- can Legion, the people who helped even though they we[e not members of our chtrch, and the Times- N,:ws for Rs fine publicity. In the coming weeks, we will publish s statement as to how our profits are used. Again, we thank all throe wfio helped make our Chicken Fry a real success in' out atempt to raise money that will be used in local and distant plades to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and help our fellow man in need. LOGAN COUNTY FAIR PnOaal NliiHUIHTS Friday, August Mh Captain Stubby, Homer Bill ant the Buccaneers afternoon and evening. Afternoon harness racing and night horse Phow plus annual Pork Cookout contest and Greased Pig Scramble. All per ms wed 50 years or longer admitted free to grounds and grandstand. Saturday, August 7th The Great Manzini in front of grandstand after- noon and night. Afternoon harness racing and evening horse show. Selection of Miss Logan County Fair Queen and introduction of Junior Good Citizens. Sunday, August 8th Afternoon harness racing and stage show by Kids from Wisconsin, cast of 60. Night revue, "Shower of Stars" featuring Kids from Wisconsin, Statler Broth,s, Carla Wallenda, Dick Albers, Randy Brown, the Centuriarts, Alex Houston and Elmer, the Jumping Dalmatians, and Albert Lucas. Quacky, world's tallest clown, on Midway. Monday, August 9th Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass in front of grandstand afternoon and evening. Afternoon bar- ne racing and evening horse show. Quacky, the Clown, on midway. Discount prices on all rides for everyone from opening to closing. Tuesday, August 10th Afternoon harness racing and evening Stake horse show. Special music by talented Lincoln High School groups. Calf scramble, announcement of Junior Good Citizenship winners and distribution of $1000 in cash awards. Parade of prize winning livestock. All persons 65 or over admitted to fairgrounds without charge. Wednesday, Augustllth Afternoon, annual Logan County tractor pull. Also, barrow and steer sales. Cake Bake-off and auc- tion. Night, sensational International Demolitkm Derby. [ i ii f InEHTIOH SENIOR OlTIZENS Elderly residents of Lo- drop a card to the Logan gan County and 'Central County Fair, listing name Illinois will be guests of and address, and identifies- the Logan County Fair on tion passes will be mailed. two occasions in hence of ' On Tuesday, August 10th, the Fair's 35th anniversary. On opening day, Friday, August 6th, persons mar- ried 50 years or more will be admitted free at both gates and grandstands. These persons are asked to II II I I I I all persons 65 or over will be admitted to the Fair- grounds without charge. These persons will need only to identify themseh4es at the gate. l I I : Students David Cates, Brian Brenon, aide Bret Caiey, student Doris Cates, aide Diann Helton; student Jennifer Sams, aide Cheryl Howe; student Sarah Bender, aide Elizabeth West; student Laura Borgerson, aide Stephanie Buckles; SWIM STUDENTS AND STUDENT AIDES students Rhonda Washbond, Lynn Bor- gerson, aide Carol Manes. Other swim students were Angella Borgerson , Franki%Van Fossan, Michelle McCubbin and Peggy gogsoch.