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FREEDOM OF THE PRESS Was Only ;I, UNTIL ANDREW HAMILTON MADE IT HAPPEN. page I) chiffon, dollar and full The bodice bo- .embroidery Ivory, moss head- attendants of miniature and baby's carried nose- miniature of gold streamers. cousin of daughter of Tom Trago girl. Monica length gown and strew z a Small fireside headpiece was miniature gold breath. a cousin and son of Walter J. as bearer of served his man. The were Scott .Lincoln, Ill., and Joe d, Ill. were seated brother Jeff Schlitt, e groom, Tom Ill., Cousins David Froeh- Ariz. and Indianapolis, the marriage presented pre-nuptial wed- and ac- soloist, Mrs. Norm- sang "For All "The Lord's "We've Only mother chose marriage, dress with fitted bodice a moss green orchid. The chose an sheath dress accessories, a fawn Orchid. Grand- registered Mann. iss Indianapo- Miss Denise Froehlich, Scottsdale, Ariz., cousins of the bride were at the gift table. Assisting at the bride's table were, Miss Linda All- spach, Miss Pam Weckel and Miss Leslie Thornton. The bride's table was in white. The four tier wed- ding cake with a three leaf clover base, wins surround- ed by needle fern, as was the silver pun6h bowl. The top tier of cake held a nose- gay of baby's breath and miniature white and gold mums. A silver candelabra with white tapers and silver coffee service, completed the bride's table. The bride's going away dress was tangerine with matching accessories. Her corsage of miniature white rose buds was taken from the bridal cascade. Dorla is a Senior at the University of Illinois and John has completed his Junior year at U. of I. and is presently employed with the State Highway Depart- ment. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 101 Lincoln Ave., Urbana, Illinois. Out of state guests were from Ohio, Arizona, Michi- gan and Indiana. The Bridal luncheon was held at Dorla's home on Sunday, August 22nd, at 1:30 p.m. Attending were Miss Janice Gullberg, Mrs. Kathy Schmidt, Miss Shar- on Jackson, Miss Cindy Mann, Miss Debra Shell- hammer and Mrs. Bonn3; Weinheimer. A rehearsal dinner on Friday evening, August 29, was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. F. Schlitt at the Holiday Inn at Lincoln, I11. with twenty-nine guests attend- ing. A late afternoon buffet was served on Saturday, August 28th at 4 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Shelihammer, as- sisting was Mrs. Burnice Prather and Debra Shell- hammer. Guests included the bride and her family, Rev. and Mrs. Follis, girls of the bridal party and their families. THANK YOU NOTE I wish to thank my friends, neighbors and rela- tives for their wonderful cards, flowers, visits and many kind deeds while I was hospitalized. Mrs. Grover Woodrum. au.ay from Im,? Be to stop by for travelers dx, c/es. 00Fstmrt MRS. JOHN W. SCHLITT - An impressive church ceremony was performed at the United Methodist Church herc Saturday evening, uniting in marriage Miss Dorta Rae Froehlich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van E. Froehlich and John W. Schlitt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schlitt, with the Rev. Dean Follis officiating. - Dorothy Bender Photo. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.)THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1971-3 Foster Grandlmrents Are Needed At The Lincoln $te School Several vacancies exist in the Foster Grandparent program at Lincoln State School according 1o Merle Ording, director of the pro- ject. Applicants must be 60 years of age or over and, if single, have an income not to exceed $1,900 per year, or $2,500 per year if mar- ried. Anyone interested in ap- plying for a position as Foster Grandparent should contact Mr. Ording at the State School. Foster Grandparents work one half day, five days a week, providing care and atten- tion to young retarded children at the institution. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Full- riede of Mr. Pulaski are Foster Grandparents and work the afternoon shift from 1 to 5:30 and find it very rewarding. They have room for 3 riders and if anyone needs a ride to the School, Mr. or Mrs. Full- rJede may be contacted at 792-5824. REMEMBER - - if yoh are moving, send the Times- News your new address. I I II I DANOE To The bfusic Of Tho DELMARS Frt. tad Ikturday nights at 8:30 P. Id. OHANN'EL CATFISH Served on Wed. and FrL Starting Lt 5:00 P. M. Winter's Cafe Ph. 6'79 - 3511 Warrenburg, Ill. I I I IIIII III I II i i  ii i YUntil the 18th century, 'governments us- ually allowed only news to be printed that pleased them. People dreamed of a free press that would let them better judge events for themselves including the actions of the government. At the John Zenger trial in 1734 in New York, lawyer Andrew Hamilton made the dream happen when he argued and won the right for a free press on the basis that truth needs to be told. 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