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i ............. oxo,0000 ?adPOrito, division of the I.C., i "_coln,.ionday afternoon. BIRTHS , urer were re-elected. I ' John T. Downing." :terailed at aapdinDaTlockVea hiashhnm:'wDneWn2ag,reltaUrtede tO A daughter was born Wednes- dldrm movements of two other freight from St. John's hospital, Spring- day, Jan. 10, in Memorla! has- trains bound for Peoria. It took everal hours to untangle the Ifficulty and the trains could ove forward. An engine and :caboose and crew, had come !here from Clinton to switch 75 ars into position to take to Clin. ton, and timely help came fron them. The Green Diamond, due from Chicago at 7:49 p.m., did not ar. rive until 9:35 p.m. The train was :45 late in starting from the Chicago station. THAM COMMUNITY HOME ]3UREAU MEETS JANUARY 16 Members of the Latham Com. amunity Home Bureau will meet in the home of Mrs. Eugene Reiterman at 1:30 p.m. Tues- day, Jan. 16. Roll call will be nswered with "The kind of yeast food I make most and the kind of yeast I use." The major les- Son on "Variations of Yeast reads" will be given by Mrs. arris Cowan and Mrs. Everett aughan. The minor lesson on "'Soft Meringues" will be present- ed by Mrs. Clifford Games. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cerest thanks to all the good riends and neighbors for the lnany acts of kindness and sym- pathies extended at the time of ur bereavement, the death of Our loved one, Mrs. Thomas W. Moore. The Family. --CHURCHES-- St JOHN'S LUTIFERAN*CHURCH i Rev. R O. Zumstein. Pstor SUnday School ............ 9:30 A.M. Divine Worship ........ 10:30 A.M. A COrdial invitation to all. st TOMAs AQnNAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewe, Pastor Mass at 8 a,m. Sunday, Jan. 14. THE CtRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible School ................ 9:30 A.M. Worship service ........ 10:35 A.M. Junior Christian Endeavor at :30 P.M. i Evening service 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Prayer and Bible :Study at 7:30 P.M. Wednesday. Let us not forget our "Call for C00r!st" Campaign. Every should- 0.o the wheel keeps things ng. A worker cannot be a shirker; let's put this over. Ev- ery member in church is our goal. THE METITODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor : Sunday School .......... 9:30A.M. Worship service ........ 10:35 A.M. Dr. Charles Thrall of Bloom- ?nugan Wirnll be our guest speaker : - Y orning. You are Cordially invited to our Services. ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH jBp_Unday School and ;: e Class .................... 9:30 A. M. Ion rship service, with commun- ,, o:30 a.m. VOters meeting at 7 p.m. lc:s? u are welcome at our serv. --.-_ _ 1370 IN 1951 in i field, where he had been a medi- cal and surgical patient about four weeks. He is employed in the driver's license department of the Secretary of State in the Capitol city and expects to re. turn to his duties in the near fu- ture, Mrs. E. G. Phinney, who frac- tured an ankle in a fall five pital in Springfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Van Froehlich of Mount Pu. laski. The mother was formerly Eileen Stopher. The first baby born in Clin- ton in 1951 was a girl, born on New Year's day. The second in- fant was a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horn in the John Warner hospital on Jan. 2. The e ..... father is a son of Mr and Mrs. eKS ago ano nao oeen a pa- " . t" " " ' ......... Forrest Horn of Maroa In hm lent since in bt tlara s hospital, ........ " - -- Li,-nl x.,u .n.,o  ,ho ooynool (lays, rlarolu, spent part ca'i"am)ulance''Satura "'to I of his time in Mount Pulaski t- . . c b _ y, I vicinity and attended the grade ne apartment oI her oaugnter, ....... w -* MrS.NewsTrOll Turner in the Times-II sc'n' n.ere. o)S anePover - . MISS helOt n building. I Horn of Mount Pulaski. Walter Tomlinson, former resi- I dent of Mount Pulaski, now liv- t ANNUAL MEETING AT ing in Elkhart, returned to his I ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH home Saturday from St. John's The annual business meeting hospital, Springfield, where he was held at the Zion Lutheran had been a patient for several church at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, Jan. months. 7, when officers for 1951 were Mrs. Floyd Downing of Spring-, elected, with the following re- field, who has been a medical lsults: patient in the Memorial hospital t Elder: Elmer Laughery. in Springfield, was able to return I Chairman: Wilbert Schahl. to her home Saturday. Secretary: Kenneth Stoll. Friendship-Four r Thousand Miles Apart Never quite got the hang of how Dad always thinks best with a to play chess myself, but I'll say this for the game--it started one of the strongest friendships I know of: between Dad Wilson in our town and a fellow in Sudbury, England. The two of them have never met or seen each other--but for eight or nine years they've been playing chess by mail together. Dad puz- zles over the Englishman's latest letter, takes a couple of flays to think it over, and then airmails a chart of h/s next move. mellow glass of beer beside his chessboard. And the fellow in Eng- land writes that he does the same. "Almost as if we were in the same room," says Dad contentedly. From where I sit, you can talk about diplomacy and foreign pol- icy, but it's often little friendly things--like a game of chess or a glass of beer--that can make for tolerance and understanding . . . between people of different na- tions, between folks here at home! Copyright, 1951, United States Brewers Foundation Wodd00 m0et exert'in 9 I Hydra-Mafic Drh, e is now available cm all Hudso Hornet and Commodore Custom models. Wz  You to enjoy something new under the sun! Performance unlimited--with the sensational new H-145 engine in the fabulous new Hudson Hornet! 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