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:,-TIMES-NEWS (ME. Pulaski, 111.) THURSDAY SEP&apos;I. 2. t071 Panner Reunion Reid August 22 Tomlinson Rec. One hundred and four- teen persons of the Danner family attended the forty- fourth annual reunion at te, e Tomlinson Recreation Center in Mt. Pulaski on Sunday, August 22, 1971, , Of those present, Mrs. Agnes Danner was the old- est lady and Andy Danner the oldest man. Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Stansbury was the youngest married couple, 8 months. Married the longest was Mr. and Mrs. John Semple, 45 years and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Danner had seven of their children present, this being the largest family. Travel- ing the farthest from Michi- gan was Ray Danner. New officers for the year of 1972 were elected, namely, President, Eddie Dorworth; Vice President, Miss Pauline Bender; Sec.- Treas., Nancy Rockwell, and Historian, Miss Doro- thy Bender. Those attending were, Mt. Pulaski: Mr, and Mrs. John Bender and daughter, Misses Pauline and Dorothy Bender, Mrs. Roy Ayles- worth, Mr. and Mrs. koy Dunn and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stolf, Mr. and Mrs, George Washbond and daughter, Richard Grathwahl, Edwin Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayles- worth and children; Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Bechholm, Kathleen Snow, sons and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Jackson and son. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Croutcher,and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Ayles- worth and children, Mrs. Ed Malone and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dan- ner. Florence Aiello, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Danner and children. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnepp: Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stansbury, Mrs. Lero3 Gotwick and children, Mrs. Agnes Danner. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stansbur. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Easter- llng, Mr. and M.< Dick Stansbury; Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lagc;;o,hn. Mr. and Mrs. [ioward kagem bahn and daughter. Mrs. John Semple: Rochester: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dorworth and children; Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rockwell and daughters: Heyworth: Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Semple and children; Sherman: Mr. and Mrs. Jerald R. Dyer; Farmer City: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelly and daugh- ter and guests: Cerro Gordo: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oyler: Menistique, Mich.: Ray Danner: Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lagenbahn, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wagner and children; Athens: Mr. and Mrs. Harold kagen- bahn and daughter. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and rela- tives, for the flowers, food, cards, visits and cspccially their thoughtfulness and kindness to us during our recent bereavement of our loved one, Anna Latterly. We wish to say a special thanks to Rev. Kirchner, Jean Stoll, Mrs. Edwin Stahl, organist: Schahl Fu- neral Home, and the La- tham Fire Departmenl and their wives. The Family. STEVE MARED IN JULY TO IOWA GI The Fruitland Baptist Church in Muscatine, Iowa, was the setting for the July 17th wedding vows of Janet Smith and Steve Haskell. A reception was held at 7:00 p.m, at the YWCA. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gall Ramer. Route 5, Muscatine, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haskell of Latham. The bride is a graduate of Muscatine High School. Her husband is a graduate of Warrensburg- Latham High, attended Muscatine Community College and a graduate of Greer Techni- cal Institute at Joliet. Janice Smith was maid of honor for her sister. She wore a floor length gown of blue in an empire style, and carried an ar- rangement of daisies. Dave Haskell performed the duties of best man for his brother. The bride chose a gown of taffeta with daisy trim in an A-line style with a nigh 'waistline. A daisy floral headpiece held her shoulder length veil in place. She carried blue daisies on a white bible. Sisters of the groom. Carol Haskell and Cynthia Novak, assisted with the guest book and gifts.  FAMILY REI'URR$ FROM COLORADO Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mar- lin, Jr., Mary Ann and Tom, returned home last Friday from a two weeks vacation in Colorado. They spent a week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schaffenacker, in Durango. Colorado and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bobb Hemphill and family also of Durango. They visit- ed Mesa Verde National Park where they viewed the ancient Indian cliff dwellings. Thev spent a week at Lake l:)illon, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Bobb Hemphill, Phoebe and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Darai Stalcy of Denver catlc,i ,::: r",..:m dur- ing iheir slay zhc."e. ANNA LEIERLY, 80, DIED AUGUST 25 IN PEORIA HOSPITAL Mrs. Anna ketterly, S0. of Latham. Illinois passed away Wednesday. August 25, 1071 at q p.m. in a Peoria Hospital. Mrs. Letter!y as born near katham. Illinois, De- cember 8. 1890. a daueh- ter of Tholv:i>. :,.qC .M ,,,,.,: Jennings H,,e. SLy: w'> married to Ltcrman Li- terly in Latham, Illinois. December 8. 1}09. l'c passed away January 31. 1966. SurvMng are tnc Ioiio;- ing, five ons: Clifford. Herman. Jr.. Leo. Glen/. and Eugene. all of Latham, Illinois: tlm.e daughters. Mrs. Fern Gooding, Hills- boro. Indiana: Mrs. Eloise Nelson, Maroa. Illinois: and Mrs. Emogene Gieseke. Elkhart. Illinois: two broth- ers, Otis Howe. Sr.. Mt. Pulaski. Kenneth Howe. Latham: one sister, Mrs. Bessie Phillips, ME. Pulaski. Illinois. There are sixteen grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Satur- day, August 28. 1971 with Schahl Funeral Home m charge. Rev. D. E. Kirch- net officiated. The organist Mrs. Edwin Stahl, accom- panicd Sirs. Hubert StolL Rosemary Ste who sang "The Old Rugged pared an Cross" and "Heaven Is My lash dinner with Home". Interment was in bh:eberry pie Lake Bank Cemetery. dessert. Pai'.bearcrs ',verc Kciti Ray L,,nch Howe. Ron Bridges. Rob, erE chairman and ketterb. (;:::3 Let.tet-. Dan Roth. Princa Rocr Lett':!?.. al:d L!o3d Pulaski Zion Givske. ai -.q-=,:dcn. o Scitool. Mr. Roth, Mrs. Letteriy. starting his 7th Zion. gave a very Club Met en the Lutheran F,.;I:.: ', C!a,b met T:'.,urs- S ,.ten;. :,,' Auguxt 2(,th in Next meeting Prcddcrzt Jack Amos Fro T_"'..:rsday. Sept. -i:.g .Methodist Chu _h bt'.ests were Aa!l. Fri- muth of Chic_,ge and Caric-- DRIVE CAREFt ,.on Drake, Mt. Pulaski City Our children are Clerk. school. HOME gA E'S A00TO ST MI. PULASKi, ILL CLARANCE on all toys! Q 20% and 30 % 0tt on most merchandise in the store. SWEET Lb. I Uc [" 21b. Size NESTLES J Tender [ CHOCOLATE QUIK I CARROTS (No Coupon ,Needed) Thompson - "W'Idte SEEDLESS GRAPES SHOP AT HOME SWWPS WITH PURCHASE OF 3-1b.tin Sn0wdrift SHORTENING (No Coupon Needed) SHOP AT HOME STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF 2 lb. pkg CAMPFIRE thisk Sliced BACON (No Coupon Needed) SHOP AT ROME STAIWS WITH PURCHASE OF 20 oz. size PRUM COFFEE CREAMER (No Coupon Needed) =.rD  LAST POTATO CHIPS g HOLIDAY LABOR DAY SALAD SING . ...,i Store will be am," 2 pkgs. 3e Monday Sept. 6111. STOCK UP NOW! lb, 29c Topmos Wienea N, ew, ]Red or v'hite BUNS s c p POTATOES 10 lb. MEATS 5 = I1.00 FltESH ...... $189 ,b.63. 3 lb. (" " "- -- --- "" *--" Juicy Plate us" u I] meat ( n|enxe| lb. BEEFROIL Loin Cut ( WIENERS pkg. PORK CHOPS Ore- Ida Deep Yried 15 o lb. 39 POTATOE STRINGS Bag 31 lb. 69 teU W De,.e. .. . ,. ,.. .  . _.... co,, sy]e TOPPING ;o,/, o c 1 aebhart PORK SAUSAGE Ik. 49c Banq -Served 1tot or Cold .... TAMALES 4 aso,...Sl,IN) RoundBone, Chuck FRIED CHICKEN sUo.Fkg.$l Vancamp , ARM STEAK lb.  /'o "-- ' " 21/, CHARCOAL PORK & BUNS 4  $10 Couum, DUg-SUced ao,. ,_ klJGHTER Qt. sze BOLOGNA all meat ps. w I LAItGE Ellis ildozal] PEAISe'00'00"'bm"S ,o, , -. M,....rc,  $1AO CHiP DiP ,,, I -- ...... '," " Raggedy Ann - Cl GaTmont - Non Delry 99-ed Ann GREEN BUNS 6 303 ]1_1111 SOUR SUPREME s os. cut. 11 in q m m DILL PICKLES quart 4 -ar.rmn wxrrov areamefle]Dbo 7ol. CO00.KKTAII.00LL 4 MILK MACARONI s 12o  -- qp,ii, Monday thru Thu_,'lay 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. FRIDAY 7:30 AN. to 8:00 P.M. SATURDAY 7:30 AJd. to 8:30 P.M, BAR B Q S...SAUAUOE si" 1 . 0hamlhl  )( COFFEE i ' Toilet 4 roll ,4"1 .I, -__ .J WE GIVE AND REDEEM "'Sp at Home Smm" EHEDY' We RNerve the IUight to Uut tttttu