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Rothwell In Marriage O'BrJen Ann Rothwell of Mrs. Fritz of Mt. Pulaski, and Rothwell of Lock- and Danny son of Mr. Lawrence (Toby) of Mt. Pulaski united in marriage 29, 1971 at P.m. in a candlelight ,at the St. John's Church in Mt. Illinois. The Rev. Zumstein perform- double ring cere- decorated coral and white with candelabra at Side, and leading up altar. The aisle was with staggered lamps at the bride was led down white carpeted aisle her father and was in marriage by her and father. Perfect Love" was Miss Robin Row- With a flute accom- by Miss Gail sister of the Gail sang "One One Heart" from te Story, and Gail sang as duets, recent "We've Only and "The Song." Kar- of Mt. Pulaski organist. James (Barbara) Mt. Pulaski, sis- the bride, entered gUests. She wore a of yellow carna- her marriage, Mar- to wear a full gown of satin, fea- an empire waist detachable train. The was covered in a Georgette as softly billowed which gathered at Her princess illusion veil fea- nosegay of assort- mint green, yel- and blue dai- long white satin She wore the sometng bor- 1, a strand of pearls, was her mother's. % in her shoe, some- and carded a Mrs. Roger (Karen) Mittelstoadt was the bride's matron of honor. She wore a floor length gown of coral satin which featured an empire waist and short, bell - puffed sleeves. The bodice was covered in a matching coral poi de sois, and her head piece was of coral illusion and satin. She car- ried a nosegay of coral mums and white daisies with white satin streamers. Roger Mittelsteadt was the groom's best man. Bruce Sniff, of Chestnut, and Jerry Buckles of Mt. Pulaski were ushers for the O'Brien wedding. All of the men in the wedding party wore black tuxe- does with satin lapels and flare bottoms. The bride's mother wore an aqua three-piece doubleknit suit with dark navy accessories. She wore a corsage of dark red mums and carnations. The groom's mother wore a deep red dress with black accessories. She wore a corsage of white mums and carnations. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. C. W. Rothwell of Mt. Pulaski, wore a corge of white pore poms with coral trim. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church Fellowship Hall. The serv- ing table was covered in white illusion with coral bows at each. corner. It featured a three-tiered cake with coral and white daisies between each lay- er, on the top, and around the base. Roger Mittel- steadt offered a toast in honor of the new Mr. and Mrs. Danny O'Brien. Assisting at the serving table were Miss Connie Letterle Springfield; Mrs. Richard (Nancy) Good- man, Mt. Pulaski; Mrs. Dale (Christy) Davis, Mt. Pulaski; and Mrs. Freder- ick (Pasty) Lipp, Mt. Pulaski. Miss Debbie Drake, Robin Rowland and Gall Rothwell presided over the gift table. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien are at home at 904 21st Street, No. 70 in Lincoln, Illinois. Danny is a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School, two years in the U. S. Army and is presently em- ployed at the Lincoln State School. Marsha is a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School, Lincoln College, attended and plans to complete her senior year at Sanga- mon State in Springfield, She is employed part-time at Kroger Family Center in Lincoln, Ill. 81'A/r, FAMJF The employees of Stahl Brothers Furniture, Hard- ware and Implement Stores of Mt. Pulaski, en- joyed a Christmas party and dinner at the Brown Jug in Decatur, Wednes- day evening, December 8th. The host and hostess this year were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stahl. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Art Stuckel, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Knauer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks, Mr. and , Mrs. Kenneth Stoll; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stivers, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Schaal, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gasaway, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Howe, Larry Hertz- feldt, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Roher, Mr. and Mrs. Rhue Turngate, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rentmeister; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laatsch, Louis Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaf- fenacker, Mike Kilhoffer, Darla Wilham, Andy Buckles, Connie Bree, Mike Shanle, Elaine Cope- land, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stahl and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stahi. There were several who were unable to attend. Grade School CALENDAR Mon., Dec. 20 - Basket- ball Game, Clinton, There. Tues., Dec. 21 - Church Game, 6:15 p.m. Tues., Dec. 21 - Chil- dren's Chorus at Chester East Lincoln Grade School 1:15 p.m.; West Lincoln Grade School, 2:15 p.m. Wed., Dec. 22 - Com- munity Christmas Pro- gram by the Community Players 1"00 p.m. and Room gift exchange par- ties. Thurs., Dec. 23-31 Christmas Vacation. Mon., Jan. 3, 1971 - School Reconvenes. win the cold war now Are you plagued by one cold room . . or just a single cold spot in a room? Maybe it's a draft that comes through a window. Or a chill wind that sneaks down the chim- ney. Be warned./ If you have a vented heatirg system, any time you feel drafts of cold air, your heating dollars are being wasted. Check carefully to learn where the cold air is coming from. fire =s close the damper. Seat doors and windowswith felt or metal stripping. Seal cracks between window and door frames and adjoining walls with ready-made rope putty or insulating materials. Your neigh- borhood hardware dealer or building supply store will be glad to advise you. Don't put it off./If you want to be comfortable inside, when it's cold outside, end the draft now.  AD] TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulafld, I11.) THURSDAy, DEC. 16, 197 i_3 DII IN ITORIA ' - AyO0 AIENU00 TUESDAY: my, HDSInTM, -- , mashed potatoes, mJxod ge- II I ] Ernest Bartels, 69, of MT. PULASKI CONS. GRADE 191 Cleanwood, Morton, Illinois, formerly of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, passed away at St. Francis Hos- pital, Peoria, Illinois, De- cember 9, 1971 at 6:55 a.m. He was born at Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, Novem- ber 20, 1902, a son of August C. and Mary Jane McClimans Bartels. He married Mrs. Oleta Mason and she survives. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Mil- dred) Beaty, Detroit, Michigan; Mrs. Paul (Inez) McCaln, Taylor, Michigan. Three sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services were Saturday, December 11, 1971 at 1:30 p.m. at the Schahl Funeral Home with Rev. Ray O. Zum- stein officiating and in- terment was in Carlyle Cemetery. Musical selections were rendered. Pallbearers were Carle- ton Drake, Tom Beaty, Di/lard Barrels, Joe Wein- garz, Floyd Broughton and Vern Broughton. CARD OF THANKS We extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for the flowers, cards and kindnesses extended to us during the recent bereave- ment of our loved one, Mrs. Mabel Moore. The Family. SCHOOL MENUS Dec. 20.- .'2.2 MONDAY: Chicken and noodles, peas, fruit, hot rolls, and butter. i tabbs, bread, butter and cherry cobbler. WEDNESDAY: Sloppy , flaw, fruit and cookie. 9 "That's what I call salesmanship. Now, let's see about getting an appliance loan from tlank at" (Ohe.lnut hmm. ]U kamw WOULD YOU BELIEVE... Ear[q colonists traded tobacco In the early days of this country, many more men than wome chanced an ocean cxong to f or wwes settle inastzangeland. Bachelors among the early Virginia colonists often imported adventurous wives from England. The cost was 150 pounds of tobacco. Modem bachelors know a solid savings account is a valuable component in a new marriage. Husbands and wives appreciate the financial security that savings provide. Watch your money, security and peace of mind grow with a savings account at Lincoln Savings. Your money is insured through an agency of the U. S. Government. We are still offerin G 5-3/4% and 6% investment certificates. Sangamon at Broadwey Lincoln, Illinois Ph. 735-2326