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PAGE SIX MARY GULSO WEDS-- (Continued from page I) taffeta, and carried a colonial bouquet of gold mums. Sandra Miller, niece of the bride, as flower girl, wore gold taffeta• Stevie Gulso, nephew of both the newlyweds, was ring. bearer. Rex Casstevens of Aurora, cousin of the groom, served as best man. Maurice Lively of Michigan City, Indiana, brother- in-law of the groom, acted as groomsman, and usher, along with Robert Gulso, brother of the bride• The bridesmaid, Miss Jane Casstevens. sister of the groom wore rose taffeta, and had a colonial bouquet of gold taurus. The bride's mother wore teal blue, with black acessories, and a pink mum corsage. The groom's mother wore a wine colored dress with black accessories, and a white mum corsage. tPAUL WESSBECHER__ TO SAFEGUARD-- tContinued from page 1) (ContLaued trm l4re I) OIVT   . NEWS. MOIINT  H.UNOm the 70 or more yougsters cross the street eight times a day for play periods, making a total of about 13,000 crossings a month, or al- most 100,000 trips during the school year• So, one can see just what a potential hazard this has become, and rather than wait until a tragedy does strike, the council took favorable action. The gates would be closed while school is in session and opened following the dismissal in the afternoon• The STOP Signs will be in effect 24-hours u doy. Representatives from the school board, park board, Home Bureau, P-TA. Woman's Club, Legion Auxiliary, Chamber of Com. meree, and others were present to urge the elimination of the hazard, and they presented a petition from the Tomlinson Trustees, who own the block on The church wedding was fol- ward M. Krewer. Burial will be in lowed by a reception in the the Mount Pulaski cemetery. bride's home. The table was cen- tered with a four-tiered wedding MEETING OF AMERICAN cake, a large square cake. the LEGION AND AUXILIARY fourth tier being placed on four  joint meeti ...... pillars with white sugar bells in " _ ,,g o rue ameri- J can Legion and Auxiliary will be center of pillars. Topping thelheld in the Le-: ..... cake was a bridal ornament The [- , _ . ,,,on home ues. • aa Dec. 4 at 7"30 pm At this cake was a gift to the bride from ttin'le A J 'Berry;"- "- "- " • Mr. and Mrs Charles A Ey and -- • .  nm oi Lmcom, • " . ,win give an informative talk on daughter Miss Louise, and the Iveteran's benefit ...... latter cut the cake Miss Nancy ¢. , . s, mows' yen- - I ,mns and other service questions Casstevens of Beecher City pour- [of interest ed, and was assisted by Mrs.[ All member ....... Duane Copeland and Mrs• John Iiza..  o uom organ- Stopher. )runs are urged to be pres- The bride, a graduate of Mount Ient at this meeting. ] Pulaski township high school,' which the recreation grounds are located, and, Harry VanHook as President of the School Board. FOOD SAlE SATURDAY IN LAKE FORK The Lake Fork Community Club will hold a Food Sale Sat. urday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lake Fork grade school. This sale is being spon. sored by the school mothers, the funds to be used to purchase basketball uniforms and equip- ment. Any food donations will be deeply appreciated. Please have food in by 10 a.m. Decedent was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church in Mount Pulaski. and attended Mass there last Sunday. Besides his wife. he is surviv- ed by two sons. Albert of Illiopo- lis. and Karl. of Warrensburg; four grandchildren; and the Iol. lowing brothers and sisters:- Bernard, of Lincoln; Miss Pauline Wessbecher. Tucson. Ariz.; Joseph Louis. Vitus and Anna Wess- becher, and Mrs. Clara Adams, all living in Germany• The body was removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski and will remain there until the hour of the funeral. The Rosary will be said there at 8 p.m. tiffs Thursday, Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 30• in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church, in charge of Rev. Ed. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors for the cards and gifts I received at the hospital, and had been employed in Ey's Bak. l ely and lately worked in Ulmer's Grocery• The newlyweds left on a wed- t ding trip, her going away outfit t being a brown checked suit, with green and brown accessories. She wore the corsage from the center of the bridal bouquet. They will commence farming in the Mount Pulaski community next spring. LAKE FORK PUPILS WANT TO PICK CORN The pupils of the Lake Fork consolidated grade school are seeking fields where they can pick up corn. The children want to purchase a "Movie Projector" for the school, and will use the money from the sale of corn for this purpose. Anyone willing to permit these school children to pick up corn, \\;\ please contact either of the fol- 'lowing: Everett Cherry, Harold Rldgeway, Lowillis Handlin, or Norman Peters. apolls, Ind. Thanksgiving Day and Friday, with Mrs. Kathryn Graves. INGRAM'S SKELGAS SERVICE Santa THUBSDAY, since coming home with daughter, Mary Eleanor, born Nov. 17. I also want to those for the deeds of extended me. Mrs. H Ar  "H()ME IS WRE ' HEART IS." So sots t old proverb. And this being true, what nicer gift for the home than a beautiful, well chosen piece of furniture that will convey your warm wishes for many years? We invite you to see our vast selection of gift furniture.., for every purse... for every tYPe of home. Won't you come in? Himself • • . can be the most potent reminder of all that Christmas is coming sooner than most people realize. Shop here early when selections are at their peak and the holiday rush still a few weeks away. You'll find gifts for every one on your list quickly and leisurely - then smile in relaxed satisfaction on Christmas. BIRKSHIRE HOSIERY Gift Item Number 1 51 - 15's51.30 HEALTH.KNIT LOUNGER TYPE SLEEP SUIT REGAL NEW ERA SHIRTS MARK TWAIN SHIlrrS FBEE FOLDERS-- LEATHER LINED ID BOMEOS AND FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS $2.00 to $4.,W HO SIERY In Wools, Nylon and Cottons WINTER JACKETS For Men and Boys $1.35 --FREE FOLDERS-- CREPE SLIPS Plain or Lace Trim JOHN T. HERSHEY $2.95 SIMPLICITY COTTON DRESSES $2.95 and 00.95  HOUSE SLIPPERS • $2.50 to $3.95 FELT SLIPPERS .............. $1.,8 A word to the wise should CANNON TOWEL SETS be sufficient. Your dollars buy their utmost here. $1 89 i • ALL WOOL CARDICdkN 7 to 14 $2.95 34 to 40 $3.89 CHILDREN'S TOWEL SETS $!.95 HOUSE SLIPPERS $1.65 to $2.95 TOM SAWYER DAN RIVER aUDSO. Bar s oT a SaY P L A I D S H I R T S It Is an inland sea in N. Can. ada. I. Funk & Wagnans Mrs. Gebels New HOME-MADE APRONS $2,8 SNPECIAIz--_ FOR THE FAMILy Standard Dictionary. snua Textron Purrey Blankets 72 x 90 -- 10 Shades IN GRAM'S $'.35 t0 $'.45 00ssE00'r00 $10.45 C R'S BEST VALUES IN FOOTWEAR FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE