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v THE MOW1TF PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT P ILLIHODJ THURSDAY, AUGUST PAGE TWELVE DITTUS W&apos;EDDING--- the groom, as flower girl, was dressed in white, and wore a wrist corsage of red and white rosebuds. The rifigbearer was Kenneth Saathoff, cousin of the bride. George Dittus; brother of the groom, was best man. Gerald DRtus, another brother,-was the Lm0omsman. The ushers were Victor Dittus and Eugene Vieh- weg. The bride's mother wore an Orchid crepe dress, with black accessories, and the groom's mother wore a brown wool crepe dress, with brown accessories. Their corsages were of gardeni- as. Following rhe ceremony a re- ception was held. Miss Betty Wurth ws in charge of the guest book. Orie hundred and fifty guests were present. The bride is a graduate of the IAtchfield high school and is em- ployed at the First National Bank in that city. The groom, a graduate of Mount Pulaski high .school, is employed at the Allis- Chalmers plant in Springfield. After the reception the newly- weds departed on a short wed- ding trip. For her going away outfit the bride wore an orchid suit, with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. TheyWill live in the Nieman' Apartments in Litchfield. Relatives and friends attend. ed the wedding from Chestnut, Mount Pulaski, Lincoln, War. rensburg,. Kenney and Peters- burg. ATTENDED FUNERAL IN COMPTON ON" SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hargrave and daughter Ann, went to Compton Sunday and attended the funeral services of Mr Hargrave's, Mrs. John Tribbett. The services were held in the Methodist church at 2 p.m., conducted by RewW. R. Hobb of Paw Paw. Burial was in Brooklyn cemetery, Compton. MrL Tribbett died on Friday morning, August 10, 1951, at the *Lee County Nursing Home in Eldena, following a stroke. She had been a patient there for three weeks. . T WOMAN'S CLUB' DUES TO BE PAID BY ER I The membership committee of of the Woman's Club has devised a more efficient method for the collection of dues for the coming club year. They request that the sum, $2.00, be marled to Mrs. Francis Myricl, tteasur. If dues are received befol'e Selember 1 the member's name will be print eel in the Year Book. If not paid your name wil!,riot appea. :Frank Wood and son Billy of Waupun, Wise., anqved Tuesday for a visit with his brother, Charles Wood, and wife. ELLA IRENE KERNS, 84, DIES IN SPRINGFIELD Mrs. Ella Irene Kerns, 84, wife of Charles H. Kerns of Auburn, Ill., died at 10 p.m. Tuesday, August 7, 1951, in Memorial hos- pital, Springfield, following an illness of one month. Mrs. KerBs was born Feb. 23. 1867, in Pennsylvania. After coming to Illinois she married Mr. KerBs in Illiopolis on May 2, 1891. The past May 2rid Mr. and Mrs. Kerns celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They lived in Mount Pulaski for a number of years before moving to Springfield where they remained for six years. They lo- cated in Auburn 18 years ago. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Raymond of Springfield, and Harry of Vir- den; two daughters. Mrs. Bea- trice Bumgarner of Springfield, and Mrs. Wilda Eaden of Aurora; one sister, Mrs. Emma Hill of Decatur; two brothers, William Pennypacker of Maroa. and Jack Pennypacker of Decatur. There are five grandchildren surviving. Funeral services were held in the Willis funeral home in Au- burn at 2 p.m. Friday, August 10, conducted by Rev. Robert Hart- ness. Burial was in the Auburn cemetery. Mount Pulaski relatives who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder and Mrs. Roy Carter. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Waren, West Jefferson street, city, an- nounce the engagement of their Washington, D. C.. to Keith W. Marlow, son of M. A. Marlow, and Mrs. G. M. Hazard, of New- ton, Kansas. Miss Warren is employed by the Federal Bureau of Investi- gation in Washington, D. C. Mr. Marlow, a graduate of the Kan- sas State College is a physicist at the Naval Research Labora- tory in Washington. The wedding will take place in Mount Pulaski Christian church Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, with Rev. Robdrt Wilkes officiating. EIGHT O'CLOCK BREAKFAST SERVED AT VOLLE HOME The home of Mrs. George Voile, South Spring street, was scene of an 8 o'clock Breakfast last Friday morning, August 10..The affair honored Mrs. George S. Connelly, who is soon to leave on a trip to Europe. The occasion was given by the Mothers' Club. The breakfast was served in theyard of the Voile home. The hoffored guest received a num- ber of" gifts and was extended best wishes. Others present were, Mrs. G. F. Wait, Mrs. Harry Downing, Mrs: Harry J. Wible, Mrs. George Rupp and Mrs. Oswald Brooker, the latter a club guest. Darrell CELEBRATE 56th WEDDING WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15 (Continued rom page 1) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Earles, Ushers were Ronald Marques and South Vine street, quietly observ- Jack Marques of Decatur. ed their 56th wedding annlvers- Following a short wedding trip ary Wednesday, August 15. It they will reside in Lincoln where was also Mr. Earles' 78th birth- he is employed at the Armour day anniversary. Creamery. The bride had been In the evening they went to employed by the Woodhouse res- Springfield to make a short vis- tauram in Decatur. ANNUAL BIRKS SCHOOL REUNION AUGUST 26th The 30th annual Birks school reunion will be held at the school house south of the city on Sunday, August 26. A basket dinner will be serv- ed at noon followed by an ap- propriate program in the after- noon. Bring own table service. it with their daughter, Mrs. Rob- [ ert V. Thompson and family.- They will also attend the State Fair while in Springfield. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT TAKES OATH FOR NEW TERM E. H. Lukenbill. Logan county school superintendent who was re-elected last November, has taken his oath of office and furn- ished $12.000 bonl, with County Clerk Claude C. Tull. Mr. Lukenbill. who has held the superintendent's office for many years, began his new term August 6th. WORDS OF APPRECIATION During the two months I was a patient in the St. Joseph's hos- pital at Tacoma, Wash., and since my return home, many relatives and friends thoughtful- ly remembered me with cards, letters and gifts. I greatly ap- preciate same and want to ex- press my sincere thanks. Clarence Cecil Buckles. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many kind friends and relatives for remembering me with cards, letters, flowers and gifts, while a patient in the Decatur and Macon county hos- pital and since returning to my home near Mount Pulaski with my baby son David Lee. Mrs. Claude McCubbin. LOCAL NEWS Fred Gaffney, Springfield di- vision section foreman, here. on the Illinois Central, the past 12 years, on Monday began new duties for the company as assist- ant supervisor of track mainten- ance out of Clinton. This is a temporary assignment, and his place here is being taken by Herman Bush of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yantos of East Peoria; Mrs. F. W. Reind- ers and son, Don Beckers of this city, returned Tuesday from a two weeks vacation trip which included the Smoky Mountins in Tennessee; Miami, Fla.. and other points in Florida and Havana, Cuba. William Opperman was a medical patient Monday and Tuesday at" Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. NOTICE! 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