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Nov. 6 To Simpson Catholic Little Rock, the setting for wedding, Satur- 6, 1971 of Miss Simpson and Aughenbaugh. followed in of the bride's Mr. and Mrs. 6316 Little Rock, Aughenbaugh is Mr. and Mrs. Aughenbaugh of !11. Richard Oswald the ceremony, Kathy Bourne nuptial music. gave his m marriage. Simpson was maid of honor. were Miss and Rogers was girl, and Eddie brother of the the ring. Aughenbaugh brother as best were Tim brother of the arid David Embry. a trip to Memphis Louis, Mr. and h will be in Lincoln, ill. ith Collecting Worthy Cause throw out glass! money and is Collected by Jean ,'221 S. Vine, to aid refugees. Bottles, pieces or any Glass should be clean.  BAND TO ENTERTAIN AT TWO HOMES Kitchen Band members will entertain at the Mary Henry and Christian Nurs- ing Homes in Lincoln Sun- day, November 28. They will leave the Bowl at 2 p.m. Members, please plan to go. The Kitchon Band's next scheduled engage- ment is at Masonic Temple in Decatur Tuesday even- ing, Dec. 7th, for the Garden Club. November Birthdays Celebrated At Otto Bandelow Home Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bande- low, Mt. Pulaski, had a turkey dinner for their chil- dren for the November birthdays; Nov. 14, Orville; Nov. 17, Renita; Nov. 15, Keven; and Nov. 5, Cindy. Also Mr. and Mrs. George Bigelow celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary on Nov. 16th. Cindy Shanle had a sur- prise birthday Pizza party at the home of her grand- mother on November 5th. Those present were Sherry Shehorn, Rebecca Hahn, Kim Deibert, Julie Dittus, Connie Geyer, Lisa Horn, Peggy Gibbs, Jody Seitz, Beverly Naylor and Debbie Allspach. Attended A B W' A Meeting In Analim Mrs. Deana Dingman returned recently from California where she and Miss Pat Leimbach attend- ed the National Conven- tion of American Business Women's Association in Anaheim. Deana's mother, Mrs. Marjorie Tozun flew to L. A. from Monterey.. Deana, Pat and Marjorie drove to San Bernardino, where they met Mrs. Mc- Quaid who had just return- ed from Louisiana where she visited her son, Louran and family for four months. There was quite a get- together in San Bernardino visiting old friends, includ- ing a former Mt. Pulaskian, Mrs. Pauline Renner. BAZA/kR and SALE AT LIBRARY IN DECEMBER Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club, Ways and Means Committee, with Mrs. Vio- let Shull Chairman, and the Arts and Crafts Club will sponsor a Bazaar and Bake Sale at the Muldoon Library on Dec. I0 and Dec. 11. Members, please bring your donations Fri- day. Bazaar begins at 7 p.m. Bake Sale, with Mrs. Violet Shull and Mrs. Os- wald Brooker Chairmen, will begin at 10 a.m. Satur- day, Dec. 11. Members, bring your baked goodies, jellies, etc. Coffee will be furnished. G rade School CALENDA R Monday, Nov. 29 - Basket- ball Game, llliopolis, Here. Tues., Nov. 30- Church Game, 6:15 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 2 - Basket- ball Game, Beason, Here. Thurs., Dec. 2 - 9 a.m. to 12 a.m., 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Reactors to TB test to X-ray at Lincoln Jr. High. Fri., Dec. 3- Report Cards. CANDI]IOID ON THE DODGE BOYS. nlEY00IIE NIOOT TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill,) THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1971-3 i .A.T_T 8'l"T ....... comes, Win. Heft will in- out.) TEWS***** stall it.  ::1 bg IMFIf J(E Nov. 20. Mailing this Saturday. News scarce. Carol A/sup of O'Fallon was home for the week- end. Austin was well repre- sented at the play "Oliver" in Warrensburg Friday night. Big crowd, so many small children. Tom Heft and Mark Rau had 2 of leading parts. Sympathy to the An- derson families and of Mrs. Ethel Beidler. Neighbors picked the corn for Marshall Morth- land. Finally got ours f'mished Friday at 4:30. Two breakdowns and showers delayed. Chancy Myers stayed in the home Of Leamen Rau Tuesday to Friday while they were in Iowa. He spent Sunday in Spring- field, to a birthday dinner at Enloes, then visited cousins, Mrs. Edna Woods and Herbert Isenhour. Another short summer, insects, even bees last Mon- day. Showers Thursday, cleared off by 8 a.m. Fri- day. N. wind turned to South. Cooler Saturday 42 , windy, cloudy. At last, H. A. K. has decided to change heat- ing system, stop carry- ing coal! At least 12 per- sons for last 2 years at me to do it. So ordered gas wall furnace. Tank arrived Friday a.m. When furnace Yes, leave old stove up in case electri- city goes off. Now we hope everyone is happy. (H.K. isn't yet till try it Happy Thanksgiving to every one far and near. Lots to be thankful for! Let Us Unite And Give Thanks All of us have something in commofl. This is our country. Let us remember its noble heritage, and our forefathers on Thanksgiving. IBank of 00healnut WOULD YOU BELIEVE t ooo !:;i REMEMBER WHEN DEALERS LIKED TO TALK ABOUT ECONOMY? (WE DODGE BOYS STILL DO.) like to point out that. in America's we still offer you an economical It's standard equipment Our new 72 Dodge Polara. Meanwhile, offers much larger V8s, around 350 cubic inches. The :318 V8 has a long and trusted heri- for brisk p/us satisfying uses regular gas. Of course, if you want a larger Dodge V8, you have the choice of one of our 360,400, or 440.cubic-inch engines (optional, at ex- tra cost). A Dodge test drive will help you decide. Check out the newly restyled '72 Polara, today. Come in, we'll talk "economy" in lots of interesting ways. Dodge =I= Shull Motor Co. O111111 OONE BOYIS It didn't * France, there is ahouse made of broken dishes. It was built by a Raymond Isidore who worked 23,000 happen in pletely furnished it using 1,000,000 broken dishes. Chino it may be that Mr. Isidore was unable to save enough money for the downpayment on a more conventional home. But you not only have the opportunity, but the convenience of Logan County's most modem savings association, Lincoln Savings and Loan, to save for the downpayment on a home, or anything else you desire. Throw away your broken dishes, but save your money in a profitable savings account where high earnings plus regular additions will help you put it all together. We are still offering 5-3/4% and 6% investment certificates. Sangamon at Broadway Lincoln, Illinois Ph. 735-2326