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of summer adorn- United for the of Miss Jo- and Rorm Dr. Gerson ceremony, at seven- Palms and the the pews were is the daughter Mrs. John C. COUrt, The bride- arents are Mr. on Baker of Mt. Speaker was the Sang "Wedding "O, Per- Lord's Malotte. Miss was the the bride aisle were three Mrs. Donald Heights, of hie, and Mrs. of Glen- was the pre- eok of their gowns. Aqua the featured collars and gathered at the skirts were aqua a daisy design. carried white daisies long white vel- (- haired bride length empire silk organza. chapel train waist of the organza re-embroider- cen- pearls orna- lace which scoop-necked short bell of the same with seed the length Front. Appli- decor- length veil lace cap. of included roses and baby's Larry Baker of Mr. Pula- ski was best man. Michael Offutt of Fox River Grove, Daniel Rothwell of Ke- wance and William North of Park Forest, brother of the bride, served as grooms- men. Daisies decorated the tables for the reception which was held in the Ter- race room of the church. Four grandmothers and two grandfathers were pres- ent for the wedding and reception. On the bride's side were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ossen- berg of Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs. C. C. North of Madi- son, Ohio, who marked her 91st birthday on June I0. The bridegroom's family were Mrs. Walter Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Martin of Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Rorm Baker, a grad- uate of Rich East, was graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in Jan- uary. She taught at Wilson school in Chicago Heights this last semester. Ronn Baker graduated from Illinois State Univer- sity in 1969 and is a teach- er in the Streator school system. After a wedding trip to Nippersink, Wisconsin, the young couple returned to their graduate studies at Illinois State University for the summer. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Edtmation el School District Number 10, in the County of logan, State of Illinois, that a tentative bud- get for said School District for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1971, will be on fde and conveniently available to public inspection at Bank of Chestnut, Chestnut, Illinois in this School District from and after 9:00 o'clock a.m., on the 13th day of August, 1971. Notice is further hereby given that a public bearing on mid budget will be held at 8:00 o'clock p.m., on the 14th day of September, 1971, at Chest- nut Com. Cons. School in this School District Number 10, Dated this 6th day of August 1971. Board of Education of School District Number 10, in the County of Logan, State of Illinois. By: Joseph Armstrong, Secretary. of Chestnut Com. Cons. School. i THE FORMER MISS JOANN EDNA NORTH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. North of Park Forest, Illinois and Ronn Alan Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker, Mt. Pulaski were united in marriage Saturday, June 12, 1971 in Faith United Protestant Church. Dr. Gerson Engelmann officiated at the double ring ceremon:,. TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1971-3 HANDIJN FAMIIJZS ENJOY 49th. Descendants of the late Daniel D. and Margaret Luclnda Buckles Handlin gathered at the school building in Lake Fork for their 49th family reunion with Mrs. W. C. Handlin and family of Lincoln serv- ing as hostesses for the day. A basket dinner was served at the noon hour and in the afternoon, the members were shown mov- ies of former gatherings and many of the older ones are now deceased and the younger ones present for the day, married and liad families. A letter from Merritt Baker of Pontiac, Michigan was read, expressing re- grets that he and his family could not be present and spoke of the happy mem- ories of past reunions. Mrs. Grace Handlin of Lincoln was the oldest member present and her great-grandsom Noel Shawn Handlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Handlin of Springfield, was the young- est member present. Death claimed Myrle Handlin in December of 1970. Next reunion will again be held on the first Sun- day in August and will be the 50th anniversary. Mrs. Marvin Camel and family of Lincoln will be in charge. The following members and visitors were present: Lincoln: Mrs. W.C. Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Hand- lin and family, Mrs. Grace Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Camel and family, Miss Becky Eckert; llliopolis: Mrs. Eloise Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. James Handlin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gordy and family, Mrs. Doris Mourn- ing and family; Charleston: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hand- iin; Mt. Pulaski: Dennis Werth, Mark Dannenberg- er; Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. James Hickey and family; Springfield: Mr. /and Mrs. John S. Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Handlin and family, Lloyd C. Day; Lake Fork: Mr. and Mrs. Lowillis Handlin: Arlinon Hemhts: f{ss Mary S. Handlin; Elk- hart: Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Cherry; Cornland: Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bryson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cherry and family, Mrs. Frances Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar L. Veech and fam- fly and Miss Minnie D. Bryson. THANK YOU Boy Scout Troop 125, Chestnut, thank everyone who made their Ice Cream Social and Raffle the over- whelming success that it was. /:3 i ! !i! i:ii 3 HOME OWNERSHIP FOR EVERYONE Was OnlyA Dream, UNTIL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS MADE IT HAPPEN. ) \\; The security and satisfaction of home ownership has not always been possible for most people. Then in 1831, the first savings and loan association was founded in this country. Purpose: To provide a place where people could keep savings and also get home loans. The first house for which this association made a loan stands today in Philadelphia as a public monument. so at sroodwor ti,otn, Illinois 62656 Ph: 735-2326 A savings account at Lincoln Savings can make dreams happen; a better home, a better life, something special that's a little out of reach. Starting a savings account at Lincoln Savings is the first step toward making your dream happen. Regular sav- ings deposits make it come true.