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TIMESWS, Mount  Ill., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. WEDDING- Attends Orientation J gene Kretzinger; Coffee Shop Carter of Los Angeles, Calf; Mrs. NOTICE OF CLAIM (Continued from page 1) ]kg,,#;,, ,,1 ,,--=,!  C ~Mm. Cliol Leim- G. S. (Hazel) Stickel, Decatur; Docket Nmmb 1 ,,s v, ,,vmV |oacn; lI op, Mrs. Avoldt UI-]Mrs John {Cecelia) .qboarv  ............... he room had -- nniere 'rich- "-'-'* .......... ,__ .: _ .-_ :._- -: ..... :, ,'-- uiC Is nereoy given to ... .g . . a Douto Mrs Richard Baker newly el,* !-- .' ,-,L.,,,=uu,, , aam. Je HolJana; ivlrs, ctlarles (Anna) er -- wni " " ,  " tvla p sons that Monday, the 6th elovd armRubinPombmtherPOnS. ,f the ed chairman" of the Mary Todd] ................ lone. t..Cnry' Mount_Pros. .pect, and Miss .... of November, A.D. 1961, ill eh,,...: 7-'" " _"." . Unit of Chestnut, attended the# --,- .sure caaJrrnen wul t)eluauae t,eon'ara el tsloommgton, claim da "n the estat  N tonw?r X, mananaJlaa, a Orientation meeting of the Abra-[annunc d. .later. A program for[ The body was .shipped to her sell C. o;son-(Igce*:  ........ u, t .apeu i- ham Lincoln Memorial Hospital it.he year Is amg arranged by the lnauve.state of Illinois. Graveside pending inthe 'Count_' " ....... Auxiliary on Monday Sent 18 #cnalrman ana ner committee. [unerai services were held at 10 Logan Countv Tllini '- -f,e us__ners were tsiil Jgowmg, at the-'ALM hosit' --..--'] The next metin of the ..-*i a m. Tuesday Sept 26, in River. c,=o--- --'"'.' ";';"7--' "*'. " - . p a, =,a,,uaz. . 6 ,, . ' " . ,a,l tlay De illea a al tl m of the bride, and Wllliam l Mrs Bertha Dahmm snoke about will be at the home of Mrs Wai-|mde cemetery, south of Ilhopolis estate of the decedent g ,i Th- :' .Jr. .... ]the theme of the year which is| ter JaggL Favors will be made for/W. th. the Prltchett Funeral Home fore said date without tl ,,t bltleedestmrca a'. "A Better Informed Community|Armistice Day for hospital trays. |o llliopolis, in charge, ance of summons. " aad ,--- -' . g ' i Through A Better Informed Mere- |  [ Rita C Lo,- , mack accessories, uer cor-i,.^r,, !ww fm,,,,, --- lr ',rr,v,1, ' ,-. -,qe was light pink sweetheart J u" " . ..... |r [t,J[),JIN# $ j  ,a,,, ,,.,wa r. a x%al[ ._ _ Adml t01 'es. I Others wno spOKe ana melrjr}IIr m P JWILL BE HELD w00Rr F. he groom's mother chose a / topics were as follows: Mrs. Ed- | .... v,., v,,.r j ...... Attorney. I_i V dxess, With black accessories. Jg ar Campbell, 'Membership" and[ Mrs. Pearl Robison, 78, former| The 1961 Fall Convention of .... corsage was of sweetheart ''Suna rnowleage, mow xour [resident of the Decatu =-, n, Jthe Springfield District of the WS eamng ell: What a g i in-a deed red garnetteJHsp ital, Its Operations and its[onoli s areas died Tuedav:g,:'lCS will be held at the First Meth - ringif you give her enoug i" - Problems"" Mrs Roer MitcheP [ - .... ' - -. '- '  --'i .............  " . . ' _ _" .. 6.' , ".'."'" I iv, w)i, In Amambra, Caiff. [  t nurcn m voun rulasm on ae reception was held in the "ylannmg um tvleeungs ; Mrs. I Decedent was born in IlIiormlis [ nursay, Oct. 5, starting at 9"30 __ _ teh dmmg rooms immediately George Stoll, Future Plans for lit!., March 23, 1883, a daughter [aan.. The theme at thm,,meet- Thinking of havm n Wing the ceremony The[All Volunteers ana natrmen ;lot JohnT. andNancvJaneThom, ling will be ne Challenge .  ==,Lmm,= 'S I wh ]si, i u,ito [Emil Stalhut superintendent of l as Leonard In I -" F. The convention will last all tab .................... ! . 938 she married I . AU||N a, With f, ,,,u, -' fthe ALM hospital, Survival m Warren Robison a clay, wth members and uests -11 ........  ....  ..... nd he died ln i . . g te nvlon tulle and floor Phys,cal Serv, ce. Mr. Stalhut 1957 Mrs Robison was a mere bnngmg sack lunches Drinks SALE ? s-reamers catching the stated that "the life span was 30 bet of the'Christian Church in Al: and dessert will be furnished for rs. The table was outlined [years, now Ws 70 years. Some- hambra. * 25c. CKLL OR SEE sot greenery and snowdrift thing has to De oone now, WORK- In her younger days she taught Pens. The three-tiered wed- ing out the problems of under- school in Latham for 12 years REAL C"^"C00S Gene B. Howe cake centered the table and encircled with a garland of trne greenery and flowers. appointments were all silver crystal, and three-branch candelabra were placed on side of the cake. guest book was in charge Floyd Rubin. The coffee poured by Mrs. William Jr., sister of the groom. Darlene Downing, cousin of served at the punch The wedding cake was cut rved by Mrs. Merwyn D. with the reception Otto Ey, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Eugene Manes, Andrew Wiggers and Mrs. $chultz. traveling Mrs. Rubin wore dress with match- accessories, and a corsage of powder puff pompons trom uet. a short wedding trip to Ozarks in Missouri, they will it home at 903 Pekin St, Lin- Ill. The groom is employed Stetson China Co., in Lin- HO ME Latham Community Home Unit met With Mrs. Clar- Burgett at her home Wed- Sept. 20. Fifteen members guest, Mrs. Charles of Beason, answered roll With I Most Desire". lesson was given by and the short by Mrs. George Dingman. Will have a Craft Day Oct. 4, at the La- Fire House. and officers for i are: Short Features, Mrs. Cowan, Mrs. Albert Lillich. lVlrs. Oscar Beaver; Health Mrs. Orval Taylor; Mus- Otis Howe, Sr.; Finance, Barrels, Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt; Roll D. W. Phillips. Mrs. George Ding- Mm. Robert Crafts, Mrs. Clarence Bur- Scott Fellows, Mrs. At- Miss Sewell Shimer. Mrs. Dingmar, Mrs Mrs. Henry Bail; Tele. IVLrs. Otis Howe, Mrs. Lil- Fern Pope; Publicity, FUND CII&IRMA Kafka, 306 Vine St., is Fund Chairman In University's 1961 Alumni Campaign. Current fund drive will end end and reports to date that a new all-time high record wil be es- when Millikin first era- -alumni support only cent of its alumni were lnnual gifts. That num- to 25.9 i 1959, and ent in 1960. expect more than participation during year. A bar located in a hie standing of elderly people. Also we should all learn to live to- gether, as it it a two-way street." Chairmen apopinted for the Mary Todd unit are: Chairman, Mrs. Richard Baker; 1st vice chair- man, Mrs. Dwain Marten; Secre. and had also taught in the Mount Pulaski community. Mrs. Robison was active in YWCA work, sew. ing as a secretary in the organ. ization at Springfield and Dan. ville, Ill., and Long Beach, Calif. She is survived by one brother tary.Treasurer, Mrs. Walter Jag- John V. Leonard of Decatur; and gi; Finance Chairman, Miss the folloWing six sisters, Mrs. AureliaStoll; Favrs' Mrs. Eu. Ada Leonard and Mrs. izabeth A Moving" Story A couple of nights ago, Bud Holmes, who runs the town's local drive-in movie, got to tolking bout "boner" he hid pulled last summer. Seems one night .he was wait- ing to close up when a cus- tomer came over and asked if Bud would get his car started. Turned out his battery was dead. Bud drives over to where he thinks the eustomm"s car is parked and starts to give it a big shove. All of a sudden, Red Dolan's head pops out of the front win- dow! 'ten, Bud," Red says with a grin, "if you want me to go home so you can close up, I'll go. But you don't have to push me!" From where I sit, a perslm always bs to be ereful not to interfere with other people's enjoyment hy "pushing" h preferences. Whenever Bud hM me over to dlm, be's al- ways eonsiderte enough to mke sure there's  beer on hand for me, even thih he prefers to hlmself, lie's re- spect/ng my right to thlnk for myself, and not  to"drlve home" hal own v/ewl. 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