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TIMES.NEWS (Mount Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1961...-.9 tuart-ILl.TOPPERS BA2"FLED FAIRBURY in the Gibson City one.day _ rnarnent Saturday to win consolation honors by a 62-37 score. iown are Schmidt (32), Leonard (24), Walcott (22), Hartick (33), Vaughan (13). Times.News Photo. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. HITZ, of Des Moines, Iowa, formerly of Springfield, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter Susan Louise, to John Leigh Ey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey, of Mount Pulaski, Ill. The bride-elect attended the University of Ill- inois where she was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, and is now a senior at Drake Un- iversity. Her fiance is a student at Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, Mo., hay. mg previously attended the University of Illinois Where he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. A June wedding in Springfield is Planned SIL-TENNIKL BELLES, who attended the pot- luck dinner and regular meeting of the LWML on Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Zion Lutheran Church. Pictured, left to right, are: Mrs. August Hahn, Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, Mrs. Otto Roos, Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker, Mrs. Fred Holmes, Mrs. Floyd Buckles, Mrs. George Zebrun and Miss Norma Schahl.--Times-News Photo. CHEERLEADERS AT MOUNT PULASKI CONS. GRADE SCHOOL who are seeing a lot of action, are: Back--left to right: Linda Waddell and Barbara Lucas; Linda Fuhrer and Lynne Romer; Connie Shanle. --TirnesNews Photo. ROGER GIELOW of Bloomington, has been selecte to receive the Bloomington high school's Good Citizenship Award, presented by the Letitia Green Stevenson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Roger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gie- low of 1111 E. Olive St., Bloom. ington and the grandson of the late Mrs. Julia Schahl of Mount Pulaski. He is a student cotmclr member, is on the boy's swim- ming team, participates in Mu Alpha Theta mathematics club, French club and Latin club i i iii Wha! are YOU coniribuling? " a  ha become the h mobilization centers of the frames whleh might now saw civUlzatio" These wovdJ of PresL. dent Elsenlmwer, versed as he is in matters of m/ntary r*m and dlpkma. n.O, po/n to the fact that relilm btmm very barfly upou mr present situation. 1 that rIglcm ks (ttlanity, it is deflrdtely /be great hope of survival. $uch true religion, to be effective, must not only be enshrined lm am Imrttttrtk It must be at the living, throbbing center of lmman l and find ttJ aeat of operation tn the individual and Its poeittve expression in Individual human living. Unless you are in faith and action a disciple of Christ, you are a part of the disease and not of the cure. Christ, flue sin-atmg Savior, actively in you, will first bless your existence with grace and power, with love and hope, and then reach out as a benign influences to Heaven to invoke its blessings on our country and fellowmen in peaceful living and in forceful persuasion toward the life ht God. While happy eternity ts the e-goal of the Christ-centered fai, that same faith haz the blest and blessing by-in'oduc of peace and quiet, prosperit7 and well-being among men. What are YOU otributi? ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN MY. PULASKI CI'IF HEW HO II1! I