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SIL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS 183 Violet Ave. Floral Park, Long Island, N.Y. : Fmelosed is our contribution for Bound Copy of the Souveniz Best wishes. and Mrs. W. A. Maxheimer. Broadwell, Ill. used to attend all the Old kettler's meetings and drive a orse from Mechanicsburg to Mt. Pulaski. We lived in the old home town for 11 years. Enclosed is our mney for a Bound Copy of tile Uvenir Edition. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ridgeway. 6742 Fieldhouse Way Cincinnati 27, Ohio is our contribution for Bound Copy of the Souvenir Best wishes for the sue- of the Sil-Tennial Celebra- We expect to attend a day wo of the interesting pro- Misses Florence & Jenna Dirks 8122 Cyclamen Way Brunn Park, Calif. Am enclosing a check to cover subscription and the Sil-Ten- edition. Best wishes. Mrs. Harold Hassebrock. 280 South St. Elmhurst, Ill. Our check i:s enclosed for the md Sil-Tennial Edition. We to be there at least some of time and I am sure we can up something to wear (we at least). Mrs. Norman Clark Mayer. 917 N. East St., Apt. B Bloomington, Ill. 7701 West 1st Ave. Denver 26, Colo. Enclosed is our contribution for a Sil-Tennial Bound Edition. Best wishes for the celebration. Deane H. Clark. RR 1 New Holland, Ill. Hope all of 3'our plans turn out as you have planned them, and we hope to be with you a few of the days of the celebration. Best of luck. Enclosed is our con- tribution for the Bound Copy of your Souvenir Edition. Harold & Helen Donnan. 1650 Hanchett Ave. San Jose 28, Calif. Enclosed is our contribution for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. I am enclosing a photo- stat copy of the account of the Cornland tornado, which appear- ed in the April 18, 1929 issue of the Lincoln Courier, in case you'd like to use it in your special edition. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin E. Voile 6334 Kensington Ave. Richmond, Calif. Am enclosing money for a souvenir edition of the Sil-Ten. nial book we have been read- ing so much about. Please send it to my folks at the above, add- ress. I am sure they will enjoy it a great deal and I will too. Nina Wynd Wallmuth. CARD OF TI"I,PJI'KS We want to thank our friends and relatives for words of sympa- thy, flowers and other kindnesses during the illness and at the time I am certainly looking forward of the death of our loved one, down for a least part. Kathryn Harrison. E the celebration. Enclosed is J The Family. i contribution for a Bound j Edition. ] ,,, Mrs. Myrna E. Shanle. l For BETTER gardening ced and powered "" suburban gardening Better gardening because IrlLLSMITN really "digs in " Blazes a 22" swath, 9i" deep. Makes every phase of soil care easy., pays off with a better rden, better producet All you do is guide. Fingertip con- trol center and balanced vdght design make opar- .aUon effortless. See LL- IIrrN today for better gar- dening. There's a model for every size garden. cosToM $119.95 FRED BOHN SERVICE STATION 364-4321 I Let's. Go Bowhng ! BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Man., April 17) Fire Department No. 2 174 Mt. Pulaski Products 155 Barrick's Transfer 147 Wilham Construction 146 Farmers Elevator 145 Downing Insurance 142 Bo-Jac Hybrids 136 Lake Fork Grain 125 Stahl Bros. Implement 121 Bothwell Lumber Co. 109 High team: Fire Dept., 925. Team series: Fire Dept., 2,579. Single game: H. Milner, 222. Ind..series: H. Milner, 601. LOGAN BAR ASSOCIATION My Life" Speaker: Mr. Ronald Butler. 6:30p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Christ For Africa" Speaker: Mr. Ronald Butler. ANNOUNCEMENTS . Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Butler, Missionary recruits to the Belgian Congo, Africa, will be our Miss- ionary guests on Sunday, April 23. Mr. Butler will be bringing the messages in the morning and in the evening services. In the even. ing, he will also be showing slid- es concerning the work of Christ. Jan -Missions in Africa. The public is invited. The Youth Development Com- mittee will meet at the church on Sunday, April 23. at 4:30 p.m. We will enter the third phase of our Stewardship Loyalty Cam. paign this Sunday and every member is urged to make a special effort to be present. Calling Groups will meet on PLANS MEMORIAL MAY 1st Thursday, April 27 at 2 p.m. at the churcil for instruction and A memorial service for the de- calling. ceased members of the Logan The Logan County Christian County Bar Association, will be Youth Convention will be held at held in the Logan County Circuit the Lincoln Christian Church on Court room in Lincoln, on Man- Sundav. May 7, from 2 to 8 p.m. day, May 1, which has been It is estimated that there will be designated as Law Day. Those whose memories will be about 2000 Young people from the Christian Churches of Illinois, honored at this service are as Iowa, Indiana and Missouri pre- follows, Circuit Court Judge Frank sent for this S. Bevan, Harold F. Trapp, Sr., C. convention. Prayer meeting and Choir prac- Everett Smith, Charles H. Woods, rice on Wednesday nights at 7:30 Homer B. Harris, George J. Smith, and 8:30 o'clock. " Hugh Hunter, Charles J. Gehl- bach, Norman Stanley Woods and St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHUHCH Ralph Ary. Rev. Edward M. Krewer. Pastor Members of the Bar Association Mass Sunday, April 23, will from the other four counties in be held at l0 a.m. the llth Judicial District, will be invited to attend. CHURCHES THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Butdiek. Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Stewardship of LENZ00 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. MoB-tin Rathe Ph. SW2-5965 Fri., 7:30 p.m. Sunday School Teacher's meting. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible classes for all ages. --------_.___._ DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ 00TES LV.AMIN00D Glasses Prescribed . Contact Lenses Sl0 BROADWAT LINCOLN, UJJNOLS Free Faultless Pig Feeder Retail Value $13.60 I I PIG FEEDER COUPON i i ood for one Faultless Pig Feeder with the purchase of ! | Faultless Pig Starter Feeds, i Name:. _ : : Dealer: ! # 1... .......... .illllIlii ! II mi um ,i e Illlll Illl  IIll I iilllll MOUNT PULASKI FARMERS GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO. MOUNT PULASKL ILL. 10.a.m. Worship Numbers 21, 4-9. or Rejoicing." 7:30 p.m. Young Couples Club. Man., 7:30 p.m. Adult Tues., 7 to 10 p.m. Walthe gue Skating Party from all over Logan Wed. Church Council. Thurs., 2 p.m. Ladies' Ai St JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, Sunday School Worship Service The pastor's sermon "How to Bring Forth Much You are cordially invited our services. Clean, [as PIONEER Corn.. ORDER YOURS FROM-- Rufus Arney CORNLAND, ILLINOIS SEE RAYMOND LANTERMAN for the record yielding hybrids that give you the big savings at harvest time ! The biggest discount you can find is in the bagof top quality seed produced by BEAR HYBRIDS ! Phone: SW 2-5732 FOR THE HIGHEST YIELDING HYBRIDS EVE. TESTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS! ODes Your Car Have a Case of SPRING FEVERP If it has, you better bring it to "Doctor" Hayes and let his '?Hospital" staff get right to work o it and have it fully "cured". Let us get rid of those "aches and pains" that have accumulated this winter. HAYES GA RAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL