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i i! i? 2-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaaci, Ill.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 2,1971 MOWerPtn.ASmTZMES-WS Fred Stahl attended the ii i i,i i !i/ !!ii Mr. Pulaski, hi. 62548 Published Ind entered as second ehuls matter in the post office at Mount Pulaski, nnnois, Nov. 1, 1930, under the Act of Congress on March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor Subscrlptlofi Rates Three Months $ 1.50 Six Months $ 2.50 Otis Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advertising Display Rates upon request Published Every Thursday l lll _ i .... LOCAL00 00IJEW$ James David and Michael Alan Lyons, of Peoria, visited from Tuesday to Saturday last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Gladys Lyons. On Satur- day, their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wahl of Decatur, took them back to Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sams and Debra, Mr. and Mrs." Everett Sams, "and C. H. Leckbee, of this area; Mrs. M. D. Leckbee and Miss Fran Mitchell of Boulder, Colo., attended the Cardi- nal- Cincinnati Red ball game in St. Louis"Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Werntz and sons, Bob and Don of Freeport were weekend visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Meister. On Saturday evening, they celebrated Bob and Den's birthdays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meister and family. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Meister and Mr. and Mrs. 'John Curtis. Evening callers were Mary Jane Davis and Brad Davis. Mr. and Mrs, Orville Fulk and Roger recently flew to Portland, Oregon for a weeks vacation. While there, they visited withMr. Fulk's mother at Sweet Home, Oregon in the San- tiam Valley and visited the coastal town of Newport. Mrs. Fulk was pleasantly surprid with a birthday [  party in her honor. sebrock, Jr., have returned ii ! from a vacation trip thru :i the Ozarks in Missouri. g , i \\; While in the Ozarks, they visited a deer farm and Zoological gardens. One evening, they attended Lee Mace's Ozark Opry. One day was spent at Silver Dollar City, Missouri and also sightseeing at Six Flags over Mid-America. Mrs. Dollie Alegnani and her friend, Mrs. Hildrad Hunt of Novi, Mich. came to Mt. Pulaski Aug. 13th and visited with relatives, Miss Margaret Geyer at the John Geyer home. They also called on other kin- folk and old time friends. Mrs. Alegnani is the former Dollie Young, a niece of the late Mrs. Dena Wells, who made her home with her aunt and attend- ed school here. They left on Aug. 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. ........ | -- r i II-- B. W. in_y INSURANCE n,oamlcs.ccalumamm PHONE 79. 3516 JlY. IU, tt t t tl Ball Game at St. Louis Sunday and saw the Cards defeat Cincinnati, 4-3 in 11 innings. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shanle, and "Jinks" Leck- bee were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton and daughters Sunday night. They enjoy- ed a steak supper and later homemade ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shanle of Mt. Pulaski, II1., visited this week with Mrs. Virgie L. Follis in Spring- field. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. J. Rademaker of Emden were recent supper guests of their grandson and family, the Ivan Rademakers. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mayer and daughter, Jea- nette of Englewood, Calif., and Misses Marjorie and Mary Mayer of Mattoon, I11. spent Thursday with Louis Sams and Emma Sams. Mr. Mayer was born here and is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rade- maker, Bart, Emily and Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. John Leggett enjoyed the Card- inal-Cincinnati game at St. Louis on Saturday evening, Aug. 28th. They saw Bob Gibson pitch a 3 hit shut- out to win 4 to 0 for the Cards. Fred Holmes and ne- phew, Ricky Moore, attend- ed the Soil and Water Con- servation Show at Monti- cello, Ill. on August 24- 26. Mrs. M. D. Leckbee and Miss Fran Mitchell return- ed to their homes in Bould- er, Colo., Saturday morn- ing. Sell it with a Classified Ad. Mary Spenler Became Bride Of Daniel Davis Miss Mary Spenler of Mt. Pulaski, became the bride of Daniel Davis, Fair- bury, Ill., on Saturday, August 14, 1971 at 1:00 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church, Mt. Pulaski. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Martin H. Rothe. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Gilbert Spenler and the late Gilbert Spenler of Mt. Pulaski. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Fairbury, Illinois. Miss Spenler was given in marriage by her God- father, Raymond Hahn. She wore an empire line gown of satin and organza with a large satin bow in back, which she had made. Her lace mantilla was bor- rowed from Mrs. Emerson. She carried a cascade of roses, baby's breath and ivy and wore a blue jewel necklace. The bride chose as her matron of honor, Sue Wagner of Orland Park, Illi- nois, who wore a blue dotted swiss gown with a matching ribbon as her headpiece. She carried a nosegay of blue and white pompoms. Her bridesmaids were Miss Patty Bates, Mt. Pulaski, Ill.; Miss. Nancy Darling, Williamsville, Ill." Miss Gayle Cobb, Wood Dale, Ill. Junior brides- maid was Miss Kathy Davis, Fairbury, Ill., sister of the groom. Julie Mason, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. was flower girl. They wore dotted swiss gowns of yellow, green, pink and blue, and carried nosegays to match. Douglas Mundell, Mt. Pulaski, was best man. KAYS TOPPER BOUTIQUE Open now on Men. afternoon & eve. For appt. call: 795. 3993 Spif up yo.ur ludrstyle on Monday with a recmb.. LongHair $1.25 Slmrtl'htir $1.00 OH LABOR DAY Mr. and Ms. Amerim. A grateful nation pauses to honor you men and women who have done so much to keep Amerit strong and prosperous and free. Ben Franklin Stere Ivlt. Pulaski. II100 SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $ 4.2 5 Plume 792-$418 Mount Pulaski, m. MR. AND MRS. Groomsmen were Edward Davis and Rick Davis, Fair- bury, Ill., brothers of the groom, and Robert Emer- son, Mt. Pulaski, IU. Ushers were Dale Emerson, New Berlin, I11. and Lee Jacobs of Loami, Ill. Tim Davis, brother of the groom, was junior groomsman and Ring Bearer was Stephen Mason of Mt. Pulaski, I11. Organist was Mrs. Lois Stahl and Soloist was Mrs. Kathleen Emerson, both of Mt. Pula- ski. The bride's mother wore and the mother wore a Both mothers of white tea ros. A reception waS] the Church following the with Talese Truby Swickard, Schmidt and assisting. The bride 1969 from Mt. High School and junior at versity at DANIEL DAVIS a mint green whipped cream dress with white lace bury-Cropsey Hi# in 1967 and froth State University 1971. He is' Union Camp in Normal. After a weddinJ St. Louis, they thor home at Ave., Normal, I11. chose as her tume, a peach covered front We know together for good that love SEFTEIIBER 6, 19/1 .A day nation's might.., the hard work, thrift enterprise of those who keep our strong and free and prosperous. Have a pleasant week- end drive John , PLANT SOMETHING GREEN THE ECOLOGY is great in our bank where a profitable envirOn" ment produces good earnings that make your savings grow, grow and grow. First National Bank "FI Deposit Insurance Inereami to I20,000 PHONE 792-3216 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS