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(Mount  m.) rolmY, MaY  25, ls TO ITS BIBLE MONDAY Robert Keck, chairman of on Education of Church, announc-i Bible School for all child- i youth of the community] next week, May 29th thru] school will be over by May 29th, and will be Monday af-i from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. May 30th thru Fri- Juno 2rid, Bible School will: at 9:00 azn. and end at for all children who eligible for Kindergarten who are finishing the this year. children who are fin- 4th grade thru the 8th Bible School will begin at and close at 11:00 a.m. people will go to Cabin and woods each day camp experience. June 2nd, the Bible will close with a sack dinner, at the Tom- Recreation Center, and a Program on Friday at 7:30 p.m. and helpers for the are as follows: Kin- Mrs. Everett Streenz I rs. Winfred Alisopp; :[st Mrs. James R. Jackson; 2d Mrs. Charles Anderson; Mrs. Fred Froehlich Keith Howe; 4th thru .th. Emmett Shellhammer; ' 8th, Mrs. Bud Wilham land Rev. Muir. Mr Gerald Pharis will teach crafts for the Kinder- thru 3rd grades. Muir will teach arts and for the 4th thru 8th grad- George Voile will furnish each day for the thru 3rd grades. Walch and Linda Wad- help With the music. Horn and Carol Ann help with the devotions t morning. Other helpers with age groups are Shar- Hahn, Mary Sue Witt, Janice Sharon and Linda Buck- Vicki Passmore and Becky Keck would like to extend ordial invitation to all child. ten of the communiW to come and attend Bible School. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clements of Beason, are parents of a daugh- ter, born May 16 in the ALM hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Letterly of Latham, are parents of a son born Wednesday, May 17 in the Decatur-Macon county hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schmth 1705 E. Wood St., Decatur, are parents of a daughter, born in St. Mary's Hospital, Monday, May 22. Grandmothers are Mrs. Flor- ence Schroth, Decatur and Mrs. Flossie Moore, Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Schroth Saginaw, Mich., are parents of a daughter, born May 15th. She has been named Rebecca Susan. They now have one son and two daughters. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schroth of Rural Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brothers of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Bucher of Lincoln, are parents of a son, born Monday, May 8, in the ALM hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gaffney, Mount Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bucher, Phoenix, Arizona. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. John Holmes, North Lafay- ette, was a medical patient sev- eral days the past week, in the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. Frederick Zimmermann, owner of Zim's Market, was taken ill on Thursday of last week and was removed to the AL Mhospital where he underwent an appendix operation F r i d a y, returning home yesterday. Mrs. Joseph W. Lucas, of Mt. Pulaski vicinity was admitted to the ALM hospital, May 16, for surgery. Mrs. Pearl Waddell, who had been a medical patient in the ALM hospital for several weeks, returned to her home May 18th. Miss Florence Lachenrnyer was take to the Cole Hospital iin Champaign, Wednesday, May 17, for examination and medical treatment. Mrs. Hattie Green of PIeasant Plaines, formerly of the Copeland vicinity, is a surgical patient in the Springfield Memorial Hospit- al. She will be confined there for some time and would appreciate MEMORIAL DAY On Memorial Day, it is our honor and pride t0 pay tribute to those who bravely fought for freedom.., our duty to firmly resolve that this freedom shall forever be preserved. This lkrak Will Not Transact Business Tuesday, May 30, Memorial Day. THE FARMERS BANK Member Fte .Deposit lnsuzance CANatioU hearing from former acquaint- ances. ASHES OF JULIAN WEBSTER SENT HERE Earlier in the year the Mount Pulaski Times-News carried an item about the death of Julian F. Webster of Los Angeles, Calit., who had died Feb. 15, 1961. Mr. Webster was born July 9, 1902 in Mount Pulaski, Ilk, a son of J. C. Webster and Frace Fryer Webster. He leaves one sister, Miss Josephine Webster of Los Angeles, a son James, living in Pennsylvania and several grand- children. He was a cousin of Miss Gayetta Mayer of Mount Pulaski. The body was cremated in Los Angeles and the ashes have just been received at the Schahl funeral home in Mount Pulaski. Interment will be made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery where graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 29, the Rev. Paul Burdick officiating. LAKE FORK SCHOOL NEWS The first five grades of the Lake Fork grade school went to New Salem May 12, for their school trip. Mrs. Bryson and Mrs. Julian Schmidt, teachers, accompanied the group. The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and their teacher, Robert Gasaway, toured the historical places in Springfield, on May 17. Included in the day's events were visits to the Illinois State Mus- eum in the Centennial Building, a view of the House of Repre- sentatives in session, Lincoln's: Tomb, Lincoln's Home and the Lincoln Museum. At the 7th and 8th grade party and dance on May 5th, Mary Ann Phillips and PhiI Austin were crowned Queen and King. Last year's 8th grade class attended the party. "Just For Old-Time's Sake" was the appropriate theme. The Safety Patrol will be a- warded for their year's work with i a trip to St. Louis, Mo, Wednes- day May 24, to see the baseball game between the San Francisco Giants and the Cardinals. Nine children were pre-register- ed for first grade on Visitation Day. The softball team defeated Birks school in a nine-innning game, 17 to 12, on the winner's diamond. Phil Austin led the hitters with four hits, including two home runs and one triple. L. Baker was and other dignataries present. The officers and Sir the various Constituent manderies attending, semble in uniform at the Club at 3:15 p.m. The Sir of Mount Pulaski No. 39, been invited to attend, and expecting to do so, should Harry Peterson of Cornland- "PAINTED AND )APEKED the losing pitcher and Austin got BY WILLIAM G. the win. During the past few da I May, 1961), some interior Cornerstone Laying [provements were made [Buckles News Agency on Of Masonic Temple [Washington St. Taking On Saturday, June 3, at 4 n rn I wall paper in the kitchen, the corner stone of the new I'a "-'lfllwing was discovered sonic Temple and Scottish Rite wall: Cathedral in Springfield will be "Painted and papered laid with appropriate ceremonies, iam G. Bienefelt in Officers of the Grand Lodge, the The Bienefelt family, Grand Chapter, the Council of De- ed on North Washington liberation of the Scottish Rite, later moved to California. Attention Farmers! ESTERON 99 WEED SPRAY 50% ALDRIN SEED CORN TREATER SOYBEAN NITROGEN - 5 and 25 Bu. 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