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:LUB NOTES of the Ace High Club, were entertained on Sept. 1 by .Mrs. A. J. Ly- re her home. Prizes went to Donald Copeland, Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Paul Gruber. DWYW Club will meet Sept. 12, at 2 p.m., at of Mrs. Kenneth Cyru- : Birks Community Club will Friday, Sept. 15, at 8 p.m., Birks school, six miles of the city. Gleaners Class of St. John's Church, will meet on Sept. 14, at 2 p.m., in of Mrs. Gene C. Clear. Book Club met Monday Sept. 4, at the home of Tendick, near the Mrs. Frank Talmage review- book, "Blue Fire," by Doro- School Commun- ub will hold its annual roast, Friday, Sept. 15 at Recreation Center. should bring their own (9-14) Lake Fork Community Club a wiener roast at the school on Friday, Sept. 6 p.m. Those attending Wieners, buns and own sticks. Donuts and coffee Pop willl be furnished. (9-141 |rLm..l.:th Sans Souci "500" Club met lh: ''e country home of Mrs. -'lai e Lucas on Wednesday even- i. ug. 31. Prize winners includ- rs. Grace Buckles, Mrs. Leigh i_l ' and Mrs. Carrie Goddard. [ hostess is Mrs. Clarence lq e AV Sunday School Class • I. lVlethodist church meet on | |.'[al._ Y, Sept. 12, at 7:30 p.m., in *U|  IL".°rae of Mrs. A. J. Lyons. The |----iag hostesses will be Mrs. --|L',MUeller, Mrs. Hubert Buck- 00ohn Cu.,00 00ach  A 1 $q[t  |' r is asked to bring wrap-  |']iteras or at auction sale. L_" lady who is interested in A M ]ng a member of Mentor ]pJitv |.,' a Unit of the Abraham - -" ,m Memorial Hospital Auzili- lnd all members are invit- attend the annual mem- tea, which wll be held 12, at 2 p.m. in Church basement. rill be installation of the officers at this meeting. 20th Century Card Club r RICHARD HAHN OF URBANA, MARRIED SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 Edison Park Lutheran Church of Chicago, was the setting for the candlelight wedding cere- mony of Miss Karen Knuth, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Knuth of Chicago, and Richard Hahn, son of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn of Urbana and a grandson.of Mrs. A. H. Hahn of Mount Pulaski. The double ring ceremony was performed by the groom's father, the Rev. Edwin Hahn, Saturday, Sept. 2, at 4:30 p.m. Two songs, "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" and, '"I'hou Wilt Keep Them in Perfect Peace," were sung. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of chantilley lace and taffeta. The bodice was chantilly lace and se- quins with a panel of lace down the front of the skirt. The hooped skirt fell into a chapel train. Her veil was three tiered, falling from a crown of pearl droplets. She carried a bouquet of white roses. The maid of honor was Miss Barbara Buddy of Chicago. The bridesmaids were Miss Suzanne Hahn, sister of the groom, and Miss Louise Knuth, sister of the bride. They wore identical gowns of red chiffon over taffeta, with matching gloves and headpieces. They carried white carnations. The best man was William Bry- an of Quincy and the groomsmen were Donald Parson and Warren Hahn of Urbana, the latter bro- !ther of the groom. Ushers were Kenneth Engleman and Larry Christensen, half.brother of the bride. Mrs. Knuth, mother of the bride was attired in a sleeveless cham- paign satin sheath with fucia ac- cessories. Her corsage was red happiness roses pinned to her satin purse. Mrs. Hahn was attired in a fawm colored embroidered sheath with brown accessories. Her cor- sage was rhubrum lilies. A buffet supper was served aft- er the ceremony at the church. After a brief wedding trip the young couple will be at home at TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL IlL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 196 16 West Harrison St., Charleston, where both will continue their college education. BUCKLES REUNION HE SUNDAY, SEPT. 3 Descendants of John and Jane Scroggin Buckles, pioneer resi- dents of the Mount Pulaski com- munity, held their annual family reunion at the American Legion Home on Sunday, Sept. 3, with about 50 persons attending to en- joy the potluck dinner at noon. A program was given in the aft- ernoon. Coming the longest dist- ance were Mr. and Mrs. Elias Buckles of Waterloo, Iowa, and Pvt. Dean Leesman of Fort Leon- ard Wood, Mo. At the business meeting officers for 1962 were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Grace Buckles of Mt. Pulaski; Vice.Pres., George Litterly, Buffalo Hart; Sec'y. and Treasurer, Mrs. George Litterly, Buffalo Hart. Committees for next year's re- union were named as follows: Entertainment: Mrs. Robert' Reichle and Mrs. Paul Buckles of Lincoln, and, Mrs. Annie Buckles of Mount Pulaski. Food: Thomas A. Gupton, Sr., and Mrs. Eugene Weekel. Table: Mrs. Robert Rothwell, St., Mrs. Waldo Rigal. $11,000 Horse Start of Fine Horse Raising Blood will tell in stock raising. .A number of years ago a fine horso made his appearance at Chestnut. Lockige Hengist, today valued at more than $11,000, was the progenitor of a large number of prize winning horses at Chest- nut, which has grown to be one of the leading livestock centers in the country. If any one doubts the old ad- age "Blood will tell," he should [glance at the record made by t Hengist's descendants, together ] with a number of other fine Eng- ] lish shire draft horses entered by [George and Jacob Stoll and [George Schaffenacker, of Chest- [ nut, at the state fair this fall. Stoll and Schaffenacker enter. eel ten horses, the only horse en- tries from Logan county, and captured thirty prize ribbons, in addition to $370 in cash prizes and a silver trophy. The Logan county men won prizes for the champion American bred stallion yearling and the reserve champion of all ages, I,o. with Mrs. Clarence BOYS IN SERVICE [gun Hengist taking both honors. They also won the championship Wednesday, Sept. 13, at A 2c Roy Dean Downing, son of I for American bred yearling fllley, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downing, is [ as well as for two.year fllleys. Todd Unit of ALM stationed in the Far East for the[ Among the first prizes was one Auxiliary will meet on next 13 month. His address is: [ taken by the get of one sire, won Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. A 2C Roy Downing, A.F. 17-561- [by three animals from Lockinge: of Mrs. Helen Upper- 204, 310 TMS Box 189, APO 970, [ Hengist. The latter has won priz- es at various state fairs and in Chestnut. San Francisco, Calif. ornland Home Bureau will i  -' hUrsday. Sept. 14, at the Mrs. Franklin Bohn. The in date is due to the SUpper at the Cornland church. • leaner's Class of the St. ,Utheran Church will meet Ome of Mrs. Gene Clear Sday, Sept 14 at 2 p.m. Ilousehold" Science Club " ! et Friday, Sept. 15, at the [ Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger ES 's. Ida Dittman as assist- tess. Roll call will be a  wJt _Day Experience" and rble discussion will be {{[{/] ][_/ 'h Pail". R '" :' ND CHICKEN SUPPE Ladies of the Cornland I Church will hold their fried chicken supper in • eh basement on Wednes- . t Hutch Where one goes ," ..n walking comfort in this farm shoe.., with :hange and rest--change  WINGS famous Cush-N-Step soles. Soft, pliable Oellboy and the rest for .l. .uppm's are g:l-resisting, stay comfortable around the "___  leather stays soft.., even under barnyard acid eomdKlo. More comfort, too, from original Sweat-proof king_, of having an mok. No cracking or cuff- [mR to pich foot inside shoe. AUCTION hi=y 9iS new kind of Lok for this label... SALE ? fo comfort. Try a pair on. Stop in today. C&LL OR SEE " " B. Howe "R HUSTON and PAOLONE Auction Service - Mr. PulaskL ni MEN'S and BOYS' STORE Mount Pulaski the International. He is now only aid L. Crane, son of Mr. and 8 years old. Lewis Crane, of Bethany. She GOODWILL TRUCK HERE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13th The Springfield Goodwill In- dustries truck will be in Mount Pulaski, Wednesday, Sept. 13th. All contributed articles to be placed on the porch and labeled for Goodwill. Clothing, small ap- pliances and usable pieces of furniture will be accepted. If any- one wishes to drop us a card, our address is 712 East Washington S!., Springfield, Ill. graduate of Mt. Pulaski ship High School and is ed in the library, at Stephen catur High School He is a gradu- ate of Bethany High School mad is employed at the A. E. Mamffacturing Company, Decatur. An October wedding is planned. LINCOLN GIRL, ELKHART MAN TO MARRY SOON Mr. and Mrs. William E. Gleason, Lincoln, announce the ANNLtNCE ENGAGEMENT I engagement and approaching .......  ., " I marriage of their daughter, Nan Mr. and Mrs. ,eorge Anrens I.ln tn 4l I. Rd ,.  M; of Mount Pulaski, announce the'---;". "'7-." --" .'T%.-' "7- 7".. " ........ l anu iVlrs, rmmeIr toeaa, ot aX- engagemen oI mer aaugnter, i rt Jean Marilyn of Decatur, to Run-t ha--" SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial 792-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Wcmk Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulasv, L Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE " , NO STICKING! O • • . NO SHORTENING! • * NO SCOURINGI = • I) • m • • , • • , e :. • DU PONT i' " TEFLON* - • Dr Pcml's Trade Mark fmr Telmlimmdky4bae • shorlenkg 11ey'll never  hl is • new American-mad• "Fa4free" fry • n.,,u po The mogic iJ i de I lW o "" "reP"   to he(../ • - "" :17"/" a . . ..._ value • • • q.t,Ii : scourinlk Stahl Hardware MOUNT PULAS ILLINOIS