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t THE MAY QUEEN'S ATTENDANTS at "Activities Night" held May 17, at the Mount Pulaski high school: ,l to rJ--Sharon Robertson, Lois Ahrens, Lorene Tendick, Janice Wubben, Gloria Scott, Mary Sue Witt. Sharon Green. Nancy Walch, Sharon Hahn Lorita Buckner. Flower Girl, Janet Gee; Train-bearer, Brad Davis. \\; THE MAt e QUEEN'S ATTENDANTS at "Activities Night" held May 17, at the Mount Pulaski high school: (l to r)---Sheila Bryson, Judy Mardis, Janet Goodwin, Margaret Eberle, Sharon Buckles, Marilyn Yooum, Linda Shanle, Joan Jones, Barbara Purvi- ance, Sally Ayers. Flower Girl is Kim Knauer. Not pictured, train.bearer, Ru.s] Dierker. RECEIVES AWARD CERTIFICAT---Gene Howe, Mt. Pulaski, agent here for MF Insurance Companies, is shown above receiving his certificate from Companies President j. M. Silvey. The presentation was made during an all-expense-paid visit, April 27.28, to the Companies' home office in Columbia, Mo. Gene Howe was one f t5 agents from seven states to make the trip. The certificate and trip are award- ed to agents who complete a course of study in the various lines of insurance .sold by the Companies. 0 THE "EARLY BIRD" PAINTER Beats the Summer Heat NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT YOUR METAL ROOFS Aluminum -- Gray -- Red -- Green WILLIAM A. DUHS Phone SW 2-5770 Mount Pulaski Christian Vocation "I'm going to be doctor v money," Many young people select their life's work because of the money it. "pays". This is no surprise. How can they help feeling this way when so many famllie make the dollar their goal and L' Youth naturally imitates this. Long before Paul knew it, God had I-l]s eye on Paul o become an apostle. It as Jesus who changed Paul's life. He calls himself "Paul, servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, set apart for the Gospel of God." So he could write: "For me to live is Owlst," Cod has His choice for each of us. Have we prayed for God to guide us into His choice? Christian parents have a fine oppor- tunity to help youth select the right calling. Consider how a dedi- cated life serves God and man. God wants us to use our talents first of all to His glory and our neighbor's good -- not Just to make money. This means that to be a C"hristlaa lawyer or doctor l$ at times more difficult than tO. be a Christian minister. Whatever yore. | cnoice, it must magmy and exalt Christ. | ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH l' LINCOLN MT. PULASII CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND ! I 11 ] |