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v ._2-TIME.%S (Mt. Pulaski, In.) THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 19"/1 [MOT P T,MES-.EWS I [ "" pula, m. 62.8 I [Published and entered as second i |class matter in the post office at [Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. I, )30, under the Act of Congress ,n March 9, 1879. KEITH E. RICHARDSON Publisher JAMES V. DODGE Editor SubscrlpUon Rates Three Months $ I. 50 Six Months $ 2.50 One Year $ 5.00 Thank You Notices $ 1.50 Advertising Display Rates upoa request Published Every Thursday L l OCAL IBW$ Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lees- man of Hartsburg enter- tained guests for Thanks- giving dinner. Those at- tending were Mr. "and Mrs. Ronald Parker and sons, Beason, IU.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leesman and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weckel and daughter, Mrs. Grace Buckles and Mrs. Annie Buckles. John Holmes and fam- ily, Diana and Tim Wil- ham, John Buckles and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes were guests at a dinner given in the home of Harold McMann at Lake Springfield, on Sunday, December 12. The Kitchen Band gave a very enjoyable program for the residents at the Latham Estates in Latham, Ill. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ellis Voile, Mrs. Robert Wurth and Mrs. Vaughan Walch attended the Woman's Club District Board meeting at the Mas- ter's Place in Blooming- ton Tuesday. Adults are urged to at- tend the evening perform- ance of the "Magic of Believing" given by the Community Players at the Mt. Pulaski Grade school at 8:00 p.m. Dec. 22nd. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the flowers, food, cards, visits and es- pecially their thoughtful- ness and kindness during our recent bereavement of our loved one, Orena Op- perman. The Family. SCROGGIN-COOPER (Continued from page 1) of Sapphire velvet, design- ed with a high neckline and a rounded yoke ac- cented with ruffled val lace. The long leg-o-mut- ton sleeves were edged with lace. A deep flounce trimmed the demi-bell skirt. Her multi veiled headpiece was of velvet looped wrap-a-rounds of Sapphire. She carried a white fur muff. Mrs. Marcel Dumon- ceaux and Miss Cheryl Scroggin were bridesmaids. Their gowns were identical to that of the matron of honor. They also carried white fur muffs. Lee Cooper, brother of the groom, was best man with Larry Cyrulik and John Grathwohl serving as groomsmen. Seating the guests were Don Neal, Richard See- feldt, Tim Scroggin and Dennis Beggs. Miss Kynda Cyrulik and Jeff Cooper, niece and nephew of the groom, sr-ved as flower girl and ring bearer> For herdaughter's wed- ding, Mrs. Seroggin chose a light blue knit dress with silver accessories. She wore a corsage of white roses with tips sprayed in blue. Mrs. Cooper was at- tired in a light beige knit dress with brown ac- cessories and her corsage was a cymbidium orchid. Following the cere- mony, a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride's table was decorated in white and royal blue colors. Center- ing the table was a beauti- ful wedding cake topped with wedding bells. Miss Judy Cardoni and Mrs. Joe Jannazzo cut the cake and Miss Candy Baker and Miss Debra Baker poured the coffee and punch. For traveling the new Mrs. Cooper chose a light beige pant suit with brown accessories. After a short wedding trip the young couple will be at home on rural route three, Lincoln, I11. Mrs. Cooper is a 1969 graduate of the Mt. Pulaski High School and is a stu- dent of X-ray Technology at Memorial Hospital in Springfield. Mr. Cooper is a 1967 graduate of the Mt. Pulaski High School and is en- gaged in farming. MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD AUGHENBAUGH of rural Chestnut, Ill. will celebrate theft 50th Wedding Anniversary with an Open House Sunday, December 26, 1971 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church of Chestnut, Ill. Friends and rela- tives are invited. The former Florence Meacham and Mr. Aughen- baugh were married December.28, 1921 in Lincoln, I11. They are parents of two children, Robert of Mesa, Arizona and Mrs. Wayne (Lela) Trenkle of Springfield, IU. They have eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The couple request no gifts. - Studio of Dorothy Bender. NOTICE A special board meet- ing of the Mt. Pulaski Consolidated Grade School District No. 34 will be held on Monday, Dec. 20th at 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of canvassing the recent School Bond Refer- endum vote and for work- ing out plans with the architect and financial associates. A GREETINGS We wish all our friends in Logan County a very Merry and Blessed Christ- mas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Gordon. B. W. - INS URA.IqCE I'L l,ACtlll JI41eat M-IOHE 792. 3216 Mr. , n,L. =| i i MNS Ties Wallets Cologne AftF Shave Lotion Hankies Sweaters Jackets Double-knit Polyester Pants Caps and Hats WOMENS - Coordinated Sports WEAR Blouses Robes lande Hose House Slippers Jewelry Gloves Hankies and Scarves 8 30P. M. ill--Eve. HUSTON'S APPAREL liT, I"JLUKI, ILLINOIS PRE-HOLIDAY BAZAAR Join the Latham Cen- tennial's Sisters of the Swish in Latham, I11. at their Pre-Holiday Christ- mas Goodies Store on Dec. 21st, 8 a.m. until every- thing is sold. This will be held at the Latham Fire- house. Come and buy your Christmas goodies. 00CLUB . The Loyal Daughters Society of the Christian Church will meet at the Church, Tuesday evening, December 21 ,at 7:30 p.m. for their.Christmas party. Each member is'asked to bring a gift of cash, to be used toward the Christ- mas check to the Christian Orphanage. Mrs. Barbara Taylor will give the devotions and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey will present pictures and narra- tion of their recent trip to Greece. Serving on the com- mittee are Mrs. Robert Theobald, Mrs. Glenn Mason, Mrs. Leslie De- Poister, Sr., and Mrs. Harold Hargrave. NOTICE Hill Tops club members will weigh in Only, Dec. 21 sad 28 at the Weight recorder there 6:30 to only, so be sure you have weight sheets as to be mailed in at of 1971. Extra be earned over the day, so tryand 1i of that unwanted The Hill Tops held their at the Dunn on Tues., After a short meeting, games ed. "Santa" then out the gift Low calorie ments were served. Make sure your blades are ready for driving. Don't t with weary the snow and your ROPING Ponsmum AZALEAS LIVE OHRISTMAS TREES FLOWERS FOR For your Convience we will Sunday afternoons from I. 4 p.m. Chrislm. Phone- 792-5500 MOLL'S Lawn and Garden Oedlr Duane and Charlen Shanle, Owst# Would You Lose Everything? Of course not. Insurance can protect your'home and furnishings but not your priceless heirloomS' and valuable papers. That's why a safe deposit box is so important to preserve anything that is impossible or difficult to replace. The cost is low . . .only pennies a month. Get one! -NOTIOE- The Drive - in Bank window will ks OLOSED Ohristmas Eve, Fri., Dee. 24 and New Year's Eve., Fri., Dee, 31. First National Bank Fede  Inmrmee lnemmd to $,000 PHONE 792-3216 MOUNW PULASKI, M