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ZION LUTHERANS INSTALL OFFICERS Installation of the new con- gregation officers was held at the Zion Lutheran Church, at their regular Worship Service on Sunday morning. Officers are as follows: Chairman, Julian Schmidt; Vice Chairman, Elmer Awe; Elders, Carl Fullriede, '62, Wilbert H. Schahl '62, Fred Stahl '62, Don McCormick '62, Fred Awe '63, Raymond Hahn '63, Eugene Ten- dick '63, Nathaniel Schaal '64, Ralph Maxheimer '64, Carl Stahl '64; Trustees: Otto Torbeck '62, Wil- helm Baumann '62, Wilford Schaffenacker '63, Wilbert Hoff- rneister '64; Floyd Schaffenacker '64; Secretary, Wilbert Yagow '62; Financial Secretary, Julian Mer- edith '62; Treasurer, Edwin Stahl '63; S. S. Supt., Albert Awe '62; Ass't. Supt., James Brown '63; Board of Education: Clifford Schahl '62, Willard Remmert '63, George Zebrun '64; Mission Com- mittee, Charles Hanslow '62; Er- win Knauer '63; Stewardship Committee, Otto Bandelow '62, Edd Dittus '63. White Christmas Dream is a few days before Christmas, and all through our house. All we creatures are bustling and hustling like mouse(s). No snow nor cold weather dares enter this scene But, I envy you all and my WHITE CHRISTMAS DREAM. The crunching of snow, under YOur feet, The half-frozen shoppers crowd- ing the street. The soft white snow that covers the ground And the laughter and song that so clearly resounds. Frosty windows with trees peek. ing through, To me, this is Christmas, how a- bout you? Our Christmas is different in this land of the sun We have all the trimmings, but not half of the fun. I miss the snow, Tom likes the sun And poor Terian does not know what fun- It is to romp and play and slide in the snow Nor to make a snowball and watch it grow- Into a fat jolly snowman, with scarf so bright, Who stands straight and tall like a guard in the night. But this time next year, we will be rolling along Counting each mile with a smile and a song. , The three Tyre's and of course our Honey Will bring you a bit of our state and its sunny- Weather, but in return make sure you have snow That is one of the questions Terian must know. Will grandma have snow? is it cold? is it pretty? Is it soft? is it clean? or is it real gritty? Will Daddy build a snowman fat and round? What is a sled? does it glide on the ground? As you can see we have quite a session Tryingto answer all of her count- less questions. It is hard to explain to a child who is four And has never witnessed a WHITE CHRISTMAS before But by Dasher and Dancer and Vixen we'll be The biggest packages under the tree. We will glittter and sparkle and shine and glow As we peek through the windows out on to the snow. My WHITE CHRISTMAS dream will then come true But the best part of all .... we will be home with you. HAPPY HOLIDAYS From the West Coast Patricia McCarthy Tyre. s Nolo-" The above fine sentiment of a White Christmas was sent to Mr. and Mrs. Glen daughter. My grandfather edited a coun- try newspaper in the days when it was common practice to swap farm produce for a year's sub- scription to the paper. One day he ran into a farmer who wanted the paper but had no produce to swap. "Well, Herman," my grand- dad said, "what about corncobs? I can always burn them in the office stove." "Heck John," replied Herman, "if I had any corncobs I would- n't need your newspaper!" There are days when I'm sure that farmer was right. ian as he seated himself in the chair. It couldn't have been me, re- plied the observant barber. I've been here only two months. TIMES-NEWS (Mmmt Puimd ELL) TiiURSDAY, JANUART  1961--7 i , J Are you the barber who cut my Gunpowder: A black substance j Gold Digger: A girl wtlo does' hair last time? asked the music- used to mark boundary lines be-|n't care whose means she lives tween nations. | beyond. Better Let Us Father impressively): Sup- pose I should be taken away sud- denly, what would become of you, my boy? Irreverent Son: I'd stay here. The question is, what would be- come of you? Agriculural Program In Logan Counfy Shows Fine GrowCh Pas Year of 1960 Accomplishments and growth of the Agricultural 4-H Program in Logan county can be seen in the following comparative figures 1957 1958 1959 1960 351 374 403 407 48.1 84.2 85 90.2 18 29 19 25 5 7 ]0 13 12 ]2 16 15 for the past five years: 1956 # Enrollment .................................... 306 % of Achievement Members .... 78.4 State Project Honor .................... 5 State Outstanding ........................ 3 No. of Achievemnt Clubs ........... 6 These figures do not tell the complete stoD', but they do show the growth and upward move- merit of the 4-tt program. This growth is due to the improve- ments through the years in in- creasing activities to meet the wants and needs of the 4-tI mem- bers themselves. Achievement winners have in- creased due to better understand- ing by the parents and members themselves and by increased effort on the part of the local leaders. It is through the combined effort on the part of all of us in Igan county, our 4-H program will continue to grow throughout the coming years. Check Those Tires A flat tire is bad enough in the summer, but one during the cold of winter and when snow hump. ers you, is double troublesome. Perhups we can help save you Bring Your Car In for a Check-Up on your Motor -- NOW ! HOLMES GARAGE Mount Pulaski, Illinois (Range of horsepower chDices from 110 to 155) Take a Tempest out on the highway and put it through its paces. This car is a whiz at moving into fast-gtepping company on an expressway. Takes you from a standing start to a safe operating speed in seconds.., gets you up "a steep hill in high gear. Run the Tempest over the roughe road you can find. It rides like the big ones because it's balanced! The engine's up front--the transmimion's in the rear. And it's got independent suspension at aIl four whee qvmm dig in firm on curves and turns. Full 15-inch wheels make ear look big. Tires last. Brakes run cooler. THE TOPIC IS THE NEW TEMPEST BY PONTIAC Before it hit the market, Tempest had 3,000,000  of testing by engineers, pro drivers and a team of teenagem. Its reliability checked out 1. Owners have zoIled up milliolm more. The only kick is the one it Puts back in driving. Try itl THE NEW TEMPEST IS SOLD AND SR21rET   AGBEmD PONTIAC DEALER Wo MAIN STREET L. AUGHENBAUGH HENleY, ILL.