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and senior choirs. You axe cordially tend. At 7:30 p. m. SundS, a Mother's Day given at the Church East Cooke street. welcome. Dave Hawk and were Lincoln "1 mon to M o u n t Pulaski. Pictured above are the children be- fore the trip started. Stand- inq in the rear are, readinq from left to riqht, F. W. Stephenson, local district passenqer aaent: Miss Nor- ma Johnson, teacher: and six mothers of the children, Mrs. J. S. SDence, Mrs. Frank Renz, Mrs. Ralph Price, Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. Roy Armstronq, and Mrs. Paul Elmer. SURPRISED PARENTS---The children of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knauer, ot Mount Pulaski, surprlsed their parents on Sunday, AprlJ 20th, when they a ]i came to the home 'o,ace to hel celebrate their 45fh weddinq anniversary. Front Row: Left to ricjht--Ms. Waiter Aukamc Mrs. Otto Knauer, Otto Knauer, Mrs, Rynald Gerhardt- Back Row--Waiter Knaueq WiJiam Knauer, Er- win Knauer, Mrs. Henry Remmerf. 9og 9o9 9o9 FURNITURE SALE ON SQUARE--John T. Hershey, local furniture dealer, spread his trade-ln furniture on the east slde of the square Saturday and B. H. Keck dlspo_ed of it in short order as if was auctioned off. Mr. Hershey was makin o roo " #.-,r pew furnltue s took thls means of qeftlnq auick action. f TERMITES .... The Unseen Enemy I When You Don't Know How fo Say If- Let A DECORATED CAKE From Ey's Tell Her. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY EY'S BAKERY Phone 218