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Pulask:L 111.) THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1961--7 SIL - TENNIAL CELEBRATION JULY 22-29, &apos;61 .00CEW^y. 00.EEN OF MAY. i... l- at the Activities Night program of _ ki Township high school, held Wed- , .| "' "-Jay 17. She was crowned by Miss Rita Fork. Times.Nevs Photo. Roots Uinum  Gray  Red  Green WILLIAM A. DUHS [ Brashear, who substituted for Mrs. Sue Bakies Rockwell, last year's Queen. The new Queen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridgeway of Lake ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENTMr. and Mrs. George Washbond, R.R. 3, Lincoln, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter. Mar- garet, to A 3c Victor Schrishuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrishuhn of Mr. Pulaski. No definite date has been set for the wedding ..''% - ;. :<= . ..-i goin.g/up tihd::adily'rising hospital and medical costs, an a rl t or severe illness can give family finances lil-." set-hack. Savings may be wiped "out; bills C.IP" Why take a chance by being unvrotected  ptCv %r BMA representative today. He'il hel you ,-e for such emergencies. P Kenneth W. Johnson MOUNT PUI.ASK3 Phone SW 2.3964 THIS SPORTS CAR of Paul Meyers was a total loss as far as the fibergIass body was concerned, fol- lowing an accident on Route 121, Tuesday even- ir, g. Meyers, driving, lost control of the car when he hood flew up, and wound up in the ditch aft- er sideswiping a tree, hitting several steel fence posts and then hitting a concrete road marker. Harry Milner, riding with Meyers, suffered a broken leg. and dislocated right elbow. Meyers suffered onl$' minor injuries.--Times-News Photo. m ii i m _ II j _ , I1| The Tie That Binds "Morn and Dad don't understand me," eomplamed 14-year-old Jane, and her Morn said, "I don't understand Jane one bit lately." One reason why parents and youth fil to understand one another is that they fail to communicate with each other. We talk, but we don't always reach one an- other with our thoughtS. Part of th reason, why we fail to reach one another's hearts and minds, is tha we do not take tme for/riendly conversation. We are too busy with man:,' things to sit down and talk things out. God knows the importance of this. He expects parents and youth to take time to discuss their ideals, their problems and goals, the things of the Spirit, and just everyday things. expects Ou'lstian parents and Christian youth to include in their conversation the loxe of Jesus and the will of God. This draws us together. As we get closer to God we get c]oselto one another. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOL Mr. PULASKI CHEt'I'WUT NEW IqOLLAIqD .-- m i m ii m ii i MR. AND MRS. FLOYD E. MILL- ER of Chestnut, wish to announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Gayle Elizabeth, to Walker West, Weldon, Illinois. A July 1 wedding is being planned by the couple,