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TIMES-NEWS, Mmmt Pulaski, IlL, THUBSDAY, MARCH 30, 1951--$ COUNTy COIqVEIq'TIOIq" OF WOMEN'S the Township Library on Friday, left to right: Mrs. Henry Frank r. Woman's Club Sil-Tennial Lady, Mrs. Jr. Woman's Club President; Mrs. Lincoln: Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, Coun- Mrs. H. D. Busch, Atlanta Vice.Pres- ident; Mrs. Edward Gunther, New Holland, Coun- ty Secretary; Mrs. Lynn Chestnut, New Holland, County President; Mrs. Charles Wood, 17th District President; Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker, Club Pres- ident; Mrs. Paul E. Beidler, Sil.Tennial Lady of Woman's Club. --Times-News Photo. _( LEA(UE CHAMPIONS at Hilltop Bow] r tight: 1 Otln,s Lutheran Church team. Left Zumstein, Merle Lucas and Gene Weckel. Chas. Wagner and Bill Prather, members of the team were not present lot picture. Times.News Photo. CONFIRMATION AT ST. JOHN'S LUTHEPJ CHURCH following Palm Sunday service March 27th. Front row, left to right: Bert Buehler, Barbara Lucas. Second row: Dean Ruiner, Janet Vande. vender. Third row: Bob Van Hook, Suzanne Wagner, Rev. Ray O. Zumsteim --Times-News Photo. For fhe SiI-Tenniai Patrol Equipment IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION N'ATERWAYS . TERRACING - ETC. eso Do ._ $,_ Clearing Tiling, Bulldozing. Open Ditch -'-ure. Farm Ponds and Concrete DEMOCRAT FOR ASSESSOR [ ROBERT W. JONES ..FRED HOLMES E] ........................................................ FOR TOWN CLERK HOLY WEEK It comes again to remind Us that Calvary is the very standing ground of Christian- ity. The Cross still stands forth, tower- ing over our changing moods and views, unshaken by the convulsions of time, branded indelibly into history, declaring for all time God's resistance to sin and His great love for the sinner. Upon the historic fact that Jesus died for men must rest the personal faith died for ME :" To hearts that believe come free cleansing and renewal of the soul, the joy of , reconciled God, the high impulse of a great ows itself unpayably indebted to God's mercy. once has rested at the foot of Christ's Cross all ires, high ideals, and powers are kindled. From of death, new life streams forth to every Y, return of Holy Week be to you a springtime of the the --] ESTHER E. WADDELL ] ........................................................ FOIl AUDITORS rVote for Three) [ VINCENT SHEEHAN --] ROBERT L. HOWE -'] IDA A. MASHE LUTHERAN CHURCH IkiT. PULAgiI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND Town Clerk. 0 REPUBLICAN FOR ASSESSOR [ GUY O. HATHORN FOR TOWN CLERK D D FOR AUDITORS (Vote for Three) GRACE CHLOE HOAGLIN SHIRLEY L. RAGER EVELYN B. MURRAY 5 ........................................................ CEMETERY TRUSTEE Non. Partisan ) '-] IONA I. SEEFELDT