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ilin In Marriage Roberts United Methodist was the setting for dlelight wedding of Miss Susan daughter of Mr. Goodman, of and Otto Son of Mr. and Roberts, also Sunday, 1971 at 8"00 Dean Follis the double ring Miss Debra was organist several selec- the cere- "The Lord's the cere- given in mar- father, chose a tatin floor length by blue )iece was with blue Polk served as matron of Polk served m as best immediate- in the Fellow- of the Church. at the reception Goodman, Goodman, Lou Stewart, Lyon, Miss and Mrs. Clair were Dennis brother of the Whittaker, groom and nephew of on return- a trip to Southern Will reside at 706 St., Lincoln. graduated Township He is employ- Hammer and Lincoln State II1. )t MENUS CONS. GRADE MENUS ?-Oct. 1 2,& 4 thru 8 mxt week menus will be published INSTANT COMMUNICMIONS Nas Onl, Bream UNTIL ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL MADE IT HAPPEN. Chicken -noodle MR. AND MRS. OTTO ROBERTS soup, peanut butter and jelly  Centennial sandwich, fruit, crackers, milk. TUESDAY: Hawaiian baked COIIIII@O To ham, mashed potatoes, corn, Sponsor Supper bread, butter and milk. WEDNESDAY: Pigs in blan- ket, buttered carrots, fruit, potato sticks, milk. THURSDAY: Ground meat sandwich, peas, celery, cherry cobbler, milk. FRIDAY: Beef & gravy, mazhed potatoes, fruit, hot rolls, butter and milk. Menus saabject to change without notice. A Ham and Bean Sup- per, sponsored by the La- tham Centennial Commit- tee, will be held on Sat., Sept. 25, 1971, at the La- tham Fire House. Serving time will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. The menu consists of Royal Neighbors To Hold Coma,/Rally At klelhodisl Church The County Rally of Royal Neighbors of Ameri- ca will be held on Monday, Sept. 27, in the Methodist Church at Mr. Pulaski with Mt. Pulaski Camp 1911 as hostess. A potluck supper will be at 6:30 p.m. The following County of- ricers will be present: Oracle, Diane Hahn, Mt. Pulaski, Ill.; Vice Oracle, May Kretzinger, Chestnut, Ill. ;Past Oracle, Ruby Free- man, Lincoln, Ill.; Chan- cellor, Mable Pruett, Mr. Pulaski, Ill.; Recorder-re- ceiver, Mary Hahn, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Mrs. Vernita Clausen, District Deputy of Petersburg will be a guest. All members are invited to attend. Ham and Beans, slaw, corn bread, pie, coffee and milk. The price will be $1.25 for adults and $.75 for children (3 years thru 13 years). Please plan to attend. All women of the com- munity are asked" to bake pies.  I'AMII, RLaJNION I-IZa AT TON The 26th Annual Max- heimer reunion gathered at the Tomlinson Rec Center picnic shelter Sunday, Sept. 12 at 12 o'clock noon. There were 53 family mem- bers present and one guest. Officers for next year's reunion will be the same as this year, Ralph Maxheim- er, chairman; Edward Hasse- brock, vice chairman; and Janice Stoltzenburg, See.- Treas. The youngest person present was Travis Hasse- brock of Emden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hasse- brock. The eldest person present was John Has.m- brock, Sr. of Mt. Pulaski. The 1972 reunion will be the second Sunday in Sep- tember at 12 noon at the Tomlinson Rec Center pic- rLic shelter. Those in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. John TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, SElrl ". 23,1971-3 Hassebrock, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maxheimer, John Hassebrock, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and son, Aldon, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hassebrock and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll and family, Mrs. Emogene O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Maxheimer and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Max- heimer, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Maxheimer and family, Fred Maxheimer, Ed Armbrust, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Hassebrock, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxheimer and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Maxheimer and fami- ly, Mrs. Gene Howe and Maureen, Mrs. Victor Max- heimer and Mrs. Janice Stoltzenburg and family. CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank our friends and rela- tives for their words of sympathy, floral offerings and all other acts of kind- ness extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved sister, Miss Anna Olive Kepner. All of these thoughtful gestures were very much appreciated. The Family. DANO! '1 The Mulia :.'1 DELMAR$ and y niglm at tlaO P. ld. CHANN!tl. CATFISH 8tarsi on Wk mui Frl. mrliatg at S:00 P. M. Winter's Oafe Ph. 672 - 3511 Warrenhtt ,ill I Ill .v. It's so easy to bank by mail... .f 00rm.a / Until the last century, people wrote letters or made personal visits when they wanted to communicate. As they waited weeks for a postal reply or for a boat or train to arrive, they dreamed of a life when people could talk immediately to one another. Then, in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell, experimentin$ with the theory of the telephone, made the dream happen. I.ncoln, Illinois 62656 Pit: 735-2326 A savings account at Lincoln Savings can make dreams happen; a better home, a better life, something special that's a little out of reach. Starting a savings account at Lincoln Savings is the f'wst step toward making your dream happen. Regular sav- ings deposits make it come true. II ., i