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NOTES Book Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Bill Mrs. Milton French review- book "The Incredible Jour- a tale of three animals, by Burnford. The next host- Will be Mrs. Harold Tendick, taatiOn Camp #1911, Royal rs of America, will meet Y, Aug. 17, at 8:00 p.m. IOOF Hall. Barracks 2260 will onday, Aug. 14, at the at 7:30 p.m Dorcas Guild of the St. Lutheran church will meet Aug. 15, at 7:30 p.m., in Home with Pauline hostess. American Legion Auxiliary of officers at the meeting Monday night in Home. Mrs. Frank was installed as Pres- Mrs. L. K. Buckles, Jr, vice Mrs. Charles Hanslow, -Ms. Harold Haynes, Mrs. Walter Baker, Mrs. Elmer Durch- and, Mrs. John chaplain. " LOyal Daughters Society Christian Church, will not the month of August. Will Society of St. Aquinas Catholic Church nesday Afternoon, Aug. home of Mrs. Rinaldo After the business meet- was played and prize went to Mrs. Anna :guestL Mrs. Harold Hub- John H. Tendick (a and Mrs. Raymond Sams, Clover Leaf Club held a July 31, at the Recreation With a potluck supper. were: Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Jew- and Mrs. L. O. Rau, Mrs. gtrout, Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Harold Stoll, Ahrens and son Ken- and Mrs. Wilbert Hoff- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz from Muncie, Ind. Mrs. Frank Wachter were ' visitors A hamburger be held at the same place Sans Souci club met last night in the home of Robinson. "500" was and prizes awarded Kenneth Stoll, Mrs. Rena and Eva Starr. Os casuals far Loden, blue, black, Just $4.95. Hust, Men's & Boys" Store. JUNE HUTCHCRAFr MARRILO JULY 8 AT WEBSTER GROVE, MO. Miss June Ann Hutehcratt, dau- ghter of Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin C. Hutchcraft, 1368 Greene Tree Lane, Glendale Mo., became the bride of Jerry R. Reich, in a candlelight ceremony in the Cha- pel of the Presbyterian church in Webster Grove, Mo., on Saturday evening, July 8, at 7:30 pan. Dr. George E. Sweazey perform- ed the single ring ceremony, be- fore an altar decorated with bou- quets of white flowers and wood- wardia. The aisles were marked with hurricane candles. The bride's full length gown, simple in design, was of white, silk organza over taffeta. It was fashioned with scoop neck, cap sleeves and the only adornment was appliques of alencon lace on the bell-shaped skirt. Her short veil was held by a tailored flat bow of silk organza and she car- ried a bouquet of white glame- lias with rhodedendron leaves. The bride's only jewelry, an an- tique Victorian locket of tiny diamonds and rubies, was a gift of the groom. Miss Patricia Goodman of Wel- don, IlL college roommate of the bride, was maid of honor, and Lt. J. Stroud WatSon, of Hinsdale, was tht best man. John L. Ey, of St. Louis, Mo., a cousin of the bride, and Ralph Duddles of Arlington Heights seated the wedding guests. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Jeanne Perkins. Miss Goodman wore a short dress of turquoise silk peau de sole similar in design to the bride's gown. She wore a match- ing headdress and shoes, and car- ried white carnations. A yard reception was held at the bride's parental home. A buf- fet supper was served in the din- ing room where the table held a center bouquet of white roses flanked with silver candlesticks. Cake was served on the porch from a table adorned with smilax and white flowers. The three- tiered wedding cake was topped with an ornament used by the bride's parents. Hurricane lamps lighted the yard. Miss Louse Ey of. Mt. Pulaski, Ill. and Mrs. Richard Ey, of Chi- cago, cut the cake and punch was served by Mrs, John Ey of S: Louis, and Miss Jane Lemme Danville, Ill. Mrs. Stuart Bart- feld of University City, Mo., registered the guests. After a wedding trip to Gatlin- burg, Tenn., and the Smoky Mountains, the young couple will reside at 1036 W. 58th St., La- PROTECTION At Your FINGERTIPS TIMES-NEWS, Mount   THUBSDJLYo &UGUST Grange, Illinois. For traveling Mrs. Reich was costumed in a dark cotton sheath with patent leather accessories white gloves and white corsage. Mrs. Reich was graduated from the University of Illinois in 1960 with a major in English. She was English teacher at Hinsdale High School the past year and will continue her work there this fall. : The groom is an architect, hav- ing been graduated from the University of Illinois School of Architecture in January of this year. MFuneral services were held at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug.9, n the 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Con = ception, with the Rev. Irvin R. Will officiating. Burial was in the Calvary cemetery, Springfield. Attending the funeral from Mt. Pulaski were, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ford K. Scroggin, Jr. Miss Mischler had often visited in Mount Pulaski and was known to a number of residents. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our friends OOR A!*ClAI2ON To each and every ose t thoughtfulness not only on birthdays but every occasion th the year, we offer our healtelt 'Thanks'. Your remembrances so appreciated. May God be you. Christine Start Margaret Gruber NOTE OF THANILS I want to thank my neighbors and relatives for thoughtfulness in 88th birthday a very Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey and son, and relatives for the words of Gary, Mrs. Charles A. Ey and[ sympathy, flowers and other daughter Miss Louise, Mr. and ] kindnesses at the time of the Mrs. Frank Talmage of Mt. Pul- death of our Ipved one, William aski, attended the wedding. Renner. The Family. Mischler Death  HEARING Miss Helen Mischler, 79, of 718 S. 8th St., Springfield, Ill., died at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 7, one. Thanks so much for beautiful cards, two big cakes, pies, cookies and gifts. They all meant so much me. May God bless you alL (P) DEVICE ENDS DANGLING CORD FOREVER ! 1961, in Memorial Hospital at Springfield. A lifelong resident fo Spring- field, she was born in that city, a daughter of Phillip Mischler, of Springfield; and Susan Schick Mischler of Mount Pulaski. She had beeu ill for two weeks. Miss Mischler was a member of the Cathedral, and a charter member of St. Joseph's Home Caterie. Decedent is survived by two sis- ters, Mis Agnes Mischief, Spring- field, and Mrs. Frank L. Trutter, of Chicago. Two of her nieces are, Mrs. Wiiford K. Scrogign, of Mt. Plaski, and, Miss Mary Catherine Schiick, Springfield. Tiny TONEMASTER aid weighs fraction of an ounce - worn on one ear. Peoria, Illinois Special) A tiny new hearing device weighing a mere fraction of an ounce is now being produced by Tonemaster Mfg. Company of Peoria, Illinois. The tiny instrument, powered by transistors smaller than match heads is worn entirely on one ear. Sound is carried to the ear by a thin clear plastic tube. There are no dangling cords, no headbands, no heavy amplifier to interfere with the user's freedom. Everything is worn right at the ear, the "natural" place to hear. this unusual inrument is corn- pletely adjustable to most hear- ing losses. It is ineonspicuoua on men and can easily be completely concealed by women. Two free informative booklets we available. One gives complete , tails of this amazing new devil.. The other is entitled "True Fa About Hearing Aids" and  be read by who has a If you are interested for or a friend, write today Devices", clo Tonemaster Dept. 8075, 1010 West Alta Peoria, Illinois. Booklets will be sent by a plain envelope. 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