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I 31, 1951 Legion will meet 5, at 8 p.m. All requested to be election of officers of the Methodist rneet at the home of Bartels southeast of :sday, June 7, at 2 :hostesses are Mrs. Mrs. Reuben Hafer- Dick Mueller. Community" vicinity will hold meeting Sunday, the Tomlinson Recre- A potluck dinner at noon. All form- teachers, and their of the old Laughery: Cordially invited. meeting of the auxiliary will the Legion Home on le 4, at 8 p.m. All attend as the officers is to take e. Aid Society of St. church will be home of Mrs. David Cooke street on Une 7, at 2:30 p.m. Workers of the church, will Mrs. David Brady on June 6, at 2:30 p.m. Aid Society of the Church, will meet at Mocr lIS TIK- NEWS, MOUWr pOI.ASKL IUOIS regular June meeting has been postponed to the 22d, at the home of Mrs. Leaman Rau. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Zion Lutheran church, Chestnut, will meet in the church base- ment Thursday, June 7, at 2 p. m. The meeting will be follow- ed by an educational topic. The Mount Pulaski Book Club will meet Monday evening, June 4, at the home of Mrs. Carl Ey, in Lincoln. KOEHLER AND ELLIOTT WIN SKEET SHOOT HONORS Competing against some of the best shots in central Illinois,] Everett Koehler won the top hon-i ors in a registered skeet shoot at Bloomington on Sunday. Harry Elliott, competing in the Class "C division, also brought home top honors in that group. The Sewing Circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet in the church basement Thursday, linson, and placed a wreath of i Gossett Cleaners. He will use respect for the man whose gift movies and lecture on this sub- to the entire community has and jecL is meaning so much to the youth as well as the older folks. June Unit Meetings The unit meetings for June will be combined into several district neetings due to the scheduled time of meetings outside the county such as the Extension Conference at the University and the Homemakers Conference at jacksonville. The following is a tentative schedule of the district led the line of march to the City of the Dead. Other units in the line of march were the Girls Scouts, the Brownies, Boy Scouts and the Cub Scouts, the MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER GIVEN IN LATHAM A miscellaneous shower was given in the Baptist church parl- ars in Latham, Saturday, May 26, at 7:30 p.m., honoring Miss Paula Cates, who is to be mar- ried soon to Loren Anderson of Hostesses were Mrs. Junior Potter, Miss Betty Potter, Mra Eugene Waehter, Mrs. William Thompson and Mrs. Cowan ........ DR. H. H. MADDOX osTeoPaTmc envsxcx S01 S. Washin92on St. Office Hours: 9:30 am. to 1| 1:30 1: to 5 p.m. Phone 84 Momst ]hslm Let's go to Sunday School and church, Sunday. Mount Pulaski. r '" -00NTED to KNOW- Where I can find a PHOTOGRAPH of two former Mount Pulaski Lawyers -- June 7, at 2 p.m. The DWYW Club will hold picnic Sunday, June 3, at the Tomlinson Recreation Center. A Basket dinner will be served at noon. Members and their families are invited. MEMORIAL DAY-- (Continued from page I) fire department members and firefighting equipment, and scor- es of little children bearing flow- ers which they placed at the base of the flagpole atop Memorial Hill. meetings. The unit chairmen will tct as hostesses and complete the program plans. Tuesday, June 12--- Hartsburg District. Friday, June 15--- Chestnut Dis- trict. Wednesday, June 20- Beason District. Thursday, June 21-- Atlanta District. FridaY, June 22-- Middletown a District. Tuesday, June 26 -- Lincoln District. The major lesson given by the Home Adviser on "Home and Community Beautification" will tress the principles of landscap- ing and colored slides of the home beautification project will be shoWn. A minor lesson if re- quested may be on" '%Vhat Do You Expect From Your Dry -v,, William Gossett of Cleaner. by .i JOSEPH HORN and ALBERT JONES I would like to have the privilege of making copies from them. The Originals will be returned to the owners. Frank S. Bevan, ATLANTA, ILLINOIS of Mrs. Henry Stolz, June 7, at 2:30 p. m. Lostesses will be Mrs. and Mrs. Rachel Bridge Club was by Mrs. Wilbert H. afternoon of Wed- Honors were won Lnk Talmage and Mrs. Will Society of the Aquinas Catholic at the Tomlin- Center on Wed- 6 at 2 p.m., with Romer as hostess. Shoup will be hos- Never-Grow-Old Soci- June I, at 2:30 p.m. tostess will be Mrs. les. Leaf Club of Lath- Mrs. Anna Holmes, World War I Mother, placed a bouquet of flowers at the base of the flag pole, representing the World War I Mothers. Speaker of DaY The speaker of the day was Rev. Robert Wilkes, who spoke feelingly of the sentiment of the occasion and spoke a warning as to our seeming lack of ap- preciation of this freedom which has been so dearly won and fought for. Rev. Ray O. Zumstein gave the invocation and bene- diction. A public address sys- tem in use for the first time at the services, was a commendable innovation. The rendition of "My Buddy" by the school band added a sentimental and thought-pro- voking atmosphere to the solemn occasion. The firing of the salute to the dead and the sounding of Taps. brought to a close anoth- er Memorial Day program. ilr:fal:.!lniii:s,fFIaovma BrFwll:ingnd tGhierl corVetrotohes lion 3 Decatur The and their leaders went in a body ' " to the grave of Clarence E. Tom- L.ywe join in humility before the great ices that our neighbors and country- en made in defending our way of life. e are reminded of the debt that all of us ve to them.., a debt to be paid not only 'tth monuments and wreaths, but with ur determination to perpetuate and pro- feet the way of life for which the'/fought valiantly. FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corl ocatin iii% It's Your Freedom VOTE M ONDAY FOR THE JUDGES Who Protect It! Next Monday you, the voter, can pass judgment on your gov- ernment and determine its fu- ture course... Your freedom is secure only when it is protected by a STRONG and INDEPEND- ENT iudiciary,. This is your o --.41'nitv to exorss vn,,rself bv "." ?:,'-"--'" orPUR! ICAN c a n d i- 00'00teso00 p_xnria. An,I I.to--r,t- to un- hold  AMERICAN principles of ]usUce. ' Elect GEORG W. BRISTOW to the ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT His brilliant record during 24 years on the Higher Courts qualifies Judge Bristow for promotion to the Supreme bench To Keep Illinois Judiciary Strong -- Also Vote for these Republican Candidates for CIRCUIT JUDGES FRANK S. BEVAN WILLIAM C. RADLIFF HUBERT EDWARDS Remember The Date- Next Monday, June 4, 1951