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MAY 10, 1951 MOUNT PULAS rr TIM- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS ii :! PAGE FIFTEEN LETTER BOX Printing Co., YOu will find check Payable to the H. J. Company for years subscrip- Pulaski Times- for reminding me almost like old here this past My brother Hank of in from the mid- Angeles and we had visit. Hank was sales promotional for the A. E. Staley Company where Manager, in both L. and other large cities. We only live miles from the airport City so it made it to stop in at our at a most opportune Clara Valley prune Were in full bloom. Surrounding hillside i floor is composed of white blossoms, re- the fields of yeller Seen from the air, in ny wife and daughter I took him to see an former school chum, By, his wife Betty, i and daughter Beret,; Carmel "By the Sea. [ ate in a very beau- of Monterey Bay, a famous place a- Colonies. It had been Hank and By had Other. and operates his firm in Salanis, He .also moved to after being locat- a part of the In service in World times were recalled of us of the days at "Vinegar Hill", confessions perhaps are now have gone unsolv. many years. that his brother. and wife of Chi- for a visit last his father Rev. is again spending in Florida. George Still live in CErtain- YOurs, Mervin Volle. IN THE IS NOT THE is the corner. When. you can a squro Sink in Water of South limestones A body will of the wat- when totally leavier than the body itself. are of this by Thomas Science 1928. --CHURCHES-- ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hoffman, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class- es at 9 a.m. Special Mother's Day Worship service at 10 a.m. You are always welcome at our services. SL THOMAS AQUINAS CHURC][ Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass at 8:00 a.m. Sunday, May 13, Mother's Day. There will also be a small class making first Communion at this time. THE METHODIST CHURCH Bey. F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Sunday, May 13, is Mother's Day. Let us also make it Family Day. The day will be appropri- ately observed in our church. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:35 a.m. An opportunity for baptism and reception into church mem-, bership will be given, j You are cordially invited to I attend our services. [ l THE C3:IRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Wilkes will be back in the pulpit this Sunday, Mother's Day. Announcement of evening servic- es will be made later. "Every word of God is pure; He is a shield unto them tha put their trust in Him." --Pro- verbs, 30:5. Come! Worship with us. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CIIURCH Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship, with confirmation, at 10:30 a.m. The Junior Choir will sing, "Spirit of God." The con- firmants being received at this service are Donna Rogers, Duane Turley and Larry O'Brien. A cordial invitation to all! BAND PARTY--- (Conttnuea n-m page I) ing the accordian. They too, had to respond to encores. The closing number was a radio skit in which Mr. and Mrs. Lester Werntz and four of their: world.champion musicians were on their way to the International Music Contests at Montreal in 1971. They were accompanied by sons and daughters of some of the musicians now under the di- rection of Mr. Werntz. Paul Quandt as Elbert Ey; Grace Harem, as Blossom Brown; Tom Romer as Sam Suedmeier; Gwen- dolyn Richner was also along but was too much in love with Sam to do much talking; and the parts of Los and his wife, Audrey, were taken by Harry Wible and Mac Schroth. At a business meeting of the Band Boosters folowing the pro- gram Mrs. Lloyd Payne was re- elected president; Mrs. Walter Richner, vice-president; Mrs. Orville Downing, secretary, and Mrs. Harold Hargrave, treasurer. WANTS TO CONTACT LOGAN COUNTY MOTHER'S Mrs. Merritt M. Williams of Chestnut who was elected presi- dent of 'the Illinois University Mothers' Association at the U. of I. on May 5, would like to get in touch with Logan county mothers who have sons and dau- ghters attending the university or are prospective students for 1951-52. Please write or phone Mrs. Williams at Chestnut. SILVER TEA MAY 16 OUT AT COPELAND The adies' Aid Society of the Copeland Christian church, six miles southwest of Mount Pulas- ki, will hold a Silver Tea at the church on Wednesday, May 16, at 2 p.m. Following is the pro- gram: Song--Congregation. Prayer. Accordian Solo---Jane Rohlfs. Reading--Mrs. Robert Shanle. Duet--Mrs. Pat O'Brien and Mrs. Henry Stahl. Musical Reading--Nancy Pof- fenbarger. Play, "First Aid From The Ladies' Aid." Duet--Green girls. Trombone Solo--Don Lee. Solo--Leora Febus. LOGAN TUBERCULOSIS GROUP PLANS MEETING The annual meeting of the Logan County Tuberculosis As- sociation, will be held at 6:45 p. m. (DST), Wednesday, May 16, at the Hotel Lincoln. Mrs. Omer Potter, county T.B nurse, made the announcement Monday. Dr. Donald M. Barringer of Mount Pulaski is president of the association. Officers will be elected. F R,O Re [ CANDY BARS .... 3 for I0] Baby Ruth and Butterfingers | AJAX [ CLEANSER .... 2 cans 23c DELUXE FLOUR .............. 5-1bs. 39c| I FRESH FROZEN CHERRIES ................. 27c CHESCENT I CRACKERS .......... lb. 25 ULMER'S MARKET ! Mount Pulaski I be Lady, you'll "thrilled death" with the fine line of household articles w e carry in stock, and the ',--j' prices are the best you'll   I find anywhere.  , Western Auto Associate Store .DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor America's Large_00st and Finest Low-Priced Car! 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