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4--TIIdES- (Mt. Pulndti, nl.) THURSDAY, SIT. 23, 1971 Soelt Wayne Jeter. Madan E. Lanham F.xohange Vows Scott Wayne Jeter took Marian Elaine Lanlaam as his bride on Aug. 28, 1971 at one o'clock in St. James Catholic Church, Riverton, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lanham, Jr. of Buffalo are the parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jeter of Decatur are the parents of the groom. Father William Gott per- formed the double ring ceremony. Linda Parker of Decatur was matron of honor. San- dra Shanle of Buffalo was maid of honor and brides- maid was Diane Relier of Litchfield. Kim Kanhar.n of Gillespie was flower girl. Terry Parker of Decatur served as best man. Grooms- man and ushers were John Napoli, Gary Allen, Run Besaike of Decatur and Mike Lanham of Edin- burg. The new Mrs. Jeter, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of ivory im- ported organza and peon d'annga lace, with long bishop sleeves. The gown was designed in empire fashion, the bodice featur- ed a high victorian collar. Lace accented the neckline, sleeves, and paneled the bodice and A-line skirt. The attendants wore nile green chiffon dresses, also designed in empire fashion, Schiffle embroidery in tones of pink and nile form- ed a yoke effect on bodice, aLso accented by tiny cover- ed buttons. The flower girl was dressed in pink with the dress designed like the attendants. MR. AND MRS. SCO W. JETER Following the ceremony couple are at home at 1013 -a reception was held at W. Lawrence, Springfield, Mansion View Restaurant Illinois after returning from in Springfield, Ill. The their wedding trip. G rode School CALENDAR Sept. 24, Chester-East Lin- Coln, Baseball, Here. 27, Middletown, Base- ball, There. CARD OF THANKS Mere words cannot ex- press the appreciation and gratefulness that we feel in our hearts for the many words of sympathy, the floral offerings, and the other kindnesses extended 29, PreSchool Regis- to us at he time of the tration for Screening of death of our loved one, Hearing & Vision %11:30 Cheryl A. Waddell. a.m. We want to sincerely 30, Elkhart, Baseball, thank each and everyone Here. for their love and friend- ship. We will be forever Sell it with a ClaSsified Ad. grateful. The John Waddell Family. ,Ctn Annivmsm'y At O:mst Home Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. McKinley, 802 W. Wag- goner, Decatur, Illinois, will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Sun- day, October 3, 1971 with open house from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the home of Mr. andwMrs. Duane Cope- land, R.-I.. 1, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley are formerly of Chestnut until his retirement about 15 years ago. They are the parents of six children, fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. No gifts, please. Albert Balm, were elected to the Board of Directors for a three year term to fill the expired terms of Dwain Marten, Edwin Stoll and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler. 'The following officers were elected to serve 1971- 72 year: Chairrnan-Bunnie Murphy: Vice-Chairmaw Kenneth Gerdes; Recording Sqcretary-Mrs. Edwin Rent- schler; Correspondence Sec- retary-Mrs. Harold Schmidt; Treasurer-Mrs. Hubert Stoll. The annual drive will be held November 1 thru No- vember 15. Persons em- ployed outside Aetna Township should designate their gift be sent to Aetna NEW  SET TOB Marh%a gem AETNA  JND The Aetna Township United Fund First Annual Meeting was held on Fri- day, Sept. I0, 1971 at the Chestnut Fire House with a potluck supper begin_Ainu at 6:30 p.m. Harold Krause, Vice- chairman, presided over the meeting in the absence of the Chairman, James J. Brown. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Hubert StuBs, and it showed through gifts, memorials and collec- tion, $1,395.89 was col- lected during 1970-71 year. The new budget was set for $1,000.00 with the fol- lowing organizations being included: American Red Cross, Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Land of Lincoln Girl Scout Council, Corn Belt Council Boy Scouts of America, Salva- tion Army, Cerebral Palsey or any others persons would like to contribute to. Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, Emmanuel Hunter and Mrs. vana, John H. Pastor, on tober 13, 1971 sions beginning at a.m. The Main morning session address by E.l Plagens of who will speak she and her in the Phili they were A Christian gram will be held the afternoon will be Bible Marvin Jansen of Illinois, will program. Township or wait and pledge during the Annual men are Drive. tend" the Rally eran Mrs. tHd  At of Delavan is dent and will l-uthllln lall Rally the sessions. The Lincoln Zone of the be served at noon Central Illinois District of Paul's Ladies Aid. the Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League will hold its Fall Rally at St. Paul's -------- Lutheran Church in Ha- ---" DR. HERBERT F. LEHZ IIII |l. LOUIS R C. GLASSES PRESCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSF..S NHI$: $ JLIt te S P.H.  k I- 51g Breadwal LINCOLN, ILLINOIS FREE, ESTER YEAR SALE! DOUBLE VALUE AT HOME ON ALl, 1LKCHAS NEXT MONDAY AISO GIVEN BY TH FOIJ, OWING SYOBES: DOUDJ CLOYHI]E OllOSVlwHrrt BREAD 5 $1.N FRYERS F"m"m" Ill 31 WHOLE -m. C p,.,, s,,oa FROZEN FOODS DANISH BACON lb.  A onN's er-,a lb e** r PIZ sAt PORK SAUSA6E lb. 4,%  1, o,. st,, elees SWISS STEAK 15.$1.09 laron l-nUy INSTANT TEA ' S 9 C Wl DI PURl.gAS 3 Ik. kq Red Daliai APPLES (No f,oupon Needed) 1/1111 ]l.re Orange 9 Oz. AWAKE DRINK :m 29  OPEN lit BAR-B@ SAU .,. c.,... 1.69 ES o ,.w0., 00ro.o00s O.NBERRIB 2-Lb. AII (COFFEE *'-P" ) pkg. 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