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6--TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 1971 CAROLYN J. VOELKER and Perry W. Grieme were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony per- formed by Rev. Martin Rothe in the Zion Lutheran Church in Mt. Pulaski, on July 31 at 7:30 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Voelker of Mt.-Pulaski and the eroom is the son of Mrs. Rosemary Grieme, "912 College Rd., Lebanon, Illinois. A reception was held for the couple in the Legion Hall, Mr. Pulaski, Illinois. : . The bride attended Mt. Pulaski High School and the groom attended McKendree College. The couple will reside at 912 College Rd. Leba- non, Illinois. I I | i I MRS. ROBERT C. CARDONI was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at Lake Fork School. June 12, 1971, given by Mrs. Linda VanHook, Mrs. Gail Cardoni, Judy and Debbie Cardoni. i i il I MOVING? \\; ] I Send us your new address I SAVE 2000o SUMMER SPECIAL IT'S IN THE BAG !!! IGossett's 'Hilltop' Cleaners ]Phone:. 792-3252 Nerthwmt Cor. Squm'e--MT. t ii i I 25 fit. Wedding Anniversary MR. AND MRS. ARMIN FRICKE celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on June 26, 1971. A surprise dinner was held at the Holiday Inn, Lincoln, following the marriage of their daughter, Pamela Sue to Roy Erickson, Jr. The former Vivian Wise and Armin Fricke were married June 30, 1946 at Grace Methodist Church, Jacksonville, by the former Dr. Frank Marston. They are the parents of the following chil- dren: Mrs. Roy (Pamela Sue) Erickson, Jr., of Whitewater, Wisconsin. She is a graduate of Wisconsin State University and a teacher of Special Education: Mrs. Donald (Mari Jo) Baker, North Riverside, 111. Mari Jo is a graduate of Elmhurst College and a major in Elementary Education. They have a one year old daughter, Kara Marie; Charles "Chuck" Fricke is a Junior at Eastern Illinois University at Charleston, 111.; Fritzie Ann, a Senior at Lincoln Community High School; Bill and Mindy Leann, at Central Grade School in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Fricke purchased the present Fricke Memorial Home, Lincoln, in February of 1952 and presently also own and operate the Schahl Funeral Home of Mt. Pulaski since 1965. Mrs. Fricke has also taught at the West Lincon Elementary School the past 4 years. I I 8tudnt Henorod Three Logan County residents, Anne Otte and Julie Splain of Lincoln, and Jerry Burdine of Chestnut, are among 72 student nurses who will be honored Friday afternoon, August 6, in the annual "striping" ceremony at Decatur Me- morial Hospital's School of Nursing. "Striping" is the traditional recognition of the student's completion of a year's training th[ough addition of a stripe to the nurse's uniform cap. One notable aspect of this year's ceremony is that the Class of 1972, about to move up from Junior status to Senior in the three year course, will be the fiftieth to graduate from the Decatur Institu- tion. In addition to residents DON'T MISS ]'H!b"  . ..... oF vE MONTH Chas00u00 CCA MMI (Continued from page 2) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis and family have re- turned from a week vaca- tion 'to Terre-Du-Lac Re- sort, Bonne-Terre, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Knapp and children, Cowden, Ill., visited with the Travis' Sunday, picking up daugh- tel Beverly, who has stay- ed with them from Thurs- day. Another niece, Pare Fry, Cowden, Ill., is now visiting with the Travis family. Harry Travis is visit- ing his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dory, Cow- den, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Leimbach and Valerie, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hem- breiker have returned from a 10-day vacation to Colpr- ado, visiting in Denver and Estes Park. Let's welcome to our community Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clementz and five children. They have moved this week into the former home of Mrs. Hayden, who has moved to rural Chat- ham. Have you been the victim of a sick, obscene phone call yet? The voice is a young boy who must be around 10-12 years old and says very sick things for a child. Mothers, are you aware where your son is an what he is doing? If you recognize the voice, as I think I did, report him to the telephone operator and they will take charge of the problem. The Chestnut - Beason American Legion Auxiliary Post 848 met Monday even- ing at 8:00 at the home of Mrs. Clifford Leimbach with 12 members present and one Junior member. Chairwomen for the 1971 72 year were appointed by the Pres., Mrs. Earl Holmes. The October meeting will be 'held October 4th at the home of Mrs. Duane Shanle. of 25 Illinois counties en- rolled in the Decatur Me- morial Hospital School of Nursing, there are students from Michigan, Wisconsin and Texas. BROWN'I SEIWIGE 'SCHOOL SI(TPPLIS, GAS, OIL GROCERIES WE ARE NOW'SEIIVING STEWART SAND - W'ICHES HEATED IN 21/1 MN. IN AN INFRA - RED OVEH. O Cheesetburgers Barbeque Pizza Hotdogs Freeloader Hamburgers SPECIAL OF THIS "WEEK ! "CHILI DOG" 420 S. LAFAYEq'TE M"r. PULASKI. ILL. WEDNESDAY MIXED July 21, 1 Scrubs Two & Twos Resands Mamas & Papas Hilltoppers Born Losers D-E -N -T's CcKats Split & Gutters Odds & Ends Individual Game: Stratton, 205; ner, 201 ; Dot Team Game: 681 ; Resands, Kats, 679. Individual SerieS: Sander,. 526; Ed Morris, Team Series, Resands, 1912; 1876. FINAL July 2B8.11 Ind. Game: 228; Harold Gerry May, Ind. Series: 620; Harold Gerry May, 578 Team Game: Papas, 775; Split & Gutters, Team Series: Papas, 2 ;plit & Gutters, The Board sors of Logan have a Regular the Court HouSe Illinois, on ust 17th. for the ness and the bills. All bills in the office of t Clerk before Friday, August in order to be this Weldon B. Logan Beaut,/ 219 $. open eve. by Ph. 792" $11| BULLETIN BOARD Back-to-school priced! 1-piece aluminum frame reinforced for added strength. Resilient cork laminated to thick fibreboard for easy tacking. 21x31Y' size. HILLTOP LEAGUES NOW FORMING Lanes opened this season under NEW MANAGEMENT FARMERS WED. AUG.' 5tk. HARDWARE ML Pu]u, .minob INQUIRE AT THE BOWL