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Roll At School d semester honor roll for hunt Pulaski Township high lIlgh Honors ors--Joseph Kelly ors: IAnda Hamm. Hook _horaores. JoAnn Van lmen: Maxine Van Fossan: THE ABILITY TO LAUGH IS A PRECIOUS ASSET The services do everything possible to keep their peoplo tit and healthy wherever they are. The food is nourishing, the quarters are clean and comfortable, the medical and dental care is modern and thorough, the recreational and athletic facilities are of the best. Does it follow, then, that each member of the service is in the pink of condition ? It doesn't  not if you include a healthy personality in your I-leum estimate of a man. His outlook on hfe, as much as his physical L .lliors: Lois Ahrens, Ray Dei- condition, can determine his state of ml;de, s I: h: d mh:=e tP:t Margaret Eberle, Sharon thetic, secretive, quick to resentment, th . g 1] Roberta Ridgeway, Ronald he needs something other than vltamlt:mrtth:Tmight fix him up u, Nancy Walch. But one of the most powerful of all ........... ":-d T.t l: Pauline Burdick, Sheryl, ;_,, h,,,Hed and doesn't cost a cent. It's the amnry to 1aug,, tv ,,,, "-n, Marian ........... .o,,_k Dmrker. in eve- da- something worth chortling over and worth passing on Omores: Vicki Passmore, I .... -'  may be a joke, it may be that inimitable comic .str!p heej: Susan Jaggi, Larry "Peanuts", it may be something that happened to you or someooay ila Wilham, John Zim-lyou know on the way to work. The important thing is to see and ]appreciate the humor of it. ! You can't do this for long and remain a victim of what the lole Mention p,.-:.', rs: Blaise DeMuth, Judith -'Ll, 3anet Goodwin. ialLors: Sue Crowe, Bill Dowm- sarlene Downing, Ronald I[h.-"72.. , Jack Leonard, Glenda i_'' elf, Janna Roekell, Connie 'l'Marilyn Arney. " ffer I hlnores: John Kilno , /kCo.ler, Steve Martin, Wil- n.hnlidt, Ruth Stogdell, Elva .llraen" Peggy Buehler, Lin- eCaloni ", Susan Connolley, lyn Fuhrer Marvlyn Fuhrer, j,.aan, Diana Hamm, Philip  Camille Kafka, Mike ., Carol Schaffenacker, Jud- , Ckel Linda Turner: Judith wli tl.  , " .r Pin List: Presented at o- ncement- h_: Lois'Ahrens, Ray Dei- ',Margaret Eberle, Sharon -W Joseph Kelly, Roberta Wch ay, Ronald Stoll, Nancy j ll. rs: Pauline Burdick, Sheryl Marian Dierker, Linda Phomore: Vicki Passmore, 2UeOn, ,oAnn Van Hook. V n: Susan Jaggi, Max- _ an Fossan, Sheila Wilham, -a Zlmrnerrnann. wo,00 a plug. Mrs. Edwin Johansen and Mr. and Mrs. O. of Decatur, spent the in Washington, D. C. son and daughter, Mr. Armstrong. Germans call Weltschmerz -- pessimism which in its extreme chronic state becomes melancholia, long recognized by doctors as a very real illness. A man may feel that the state of the world today, the uncertainties of tomorrow, his own personal dilemmas, all justify a dim view and rule laughter out of his" daily life. But did any man have more cause for brooding than Abraham Lincoln? Said Lincoln: "With the fearful strain that is on me night and day, if I did not laugh I should die." AFPS) POPPY SALE HELD LAST SATURDAY The annual Poppy Sale was held on Saturday, May 27 with head- quarters at the Connolley Drug Store, with Mrs. Eugene Connol-! ley acting as chairman for the Mount Pulaski America Legion and Auxiliary. 1,000 Poppies were on sale with 14 girls and boys and 13 adults, acting as selling "agents". Mrs. Connolley and all others connected with the sale of the Poppies, are very grateful to every-one who asisted. WATER SAFETY CLASS TO BE TRAINED AT "'RE(:" Bill Wheeler director of the i Tomlinson Recreation Center, will train high school students and adults, preferably women (free of charge), in a Water Safety Aid Class. These classes will be held each day from 9 to 11 a.m., beginning Monday, June 5, for a week. Mr. Wheeler will train them to help teach beginner swimmers. Those interested may contact Mr. Wheeler. Sell it with a Classified Ad. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is Hereby Given That A Tentative Budget and Appropri- ation Ordinance for Road Put - poses of Mt. Pulaski Township, in the County of Logan, State of Illinois, for the fiscal year be- ginning March 28th, 1961, and ending March 26th, 1962, will be on file and conveniently avail'- able to public inspection at Township Office, Hilltop Electric Co., from and after 6 o'clock P. M., 20th day May, 1961. Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriatibn Ordi- nance will be held at 6 o'clock P.M., 9th day, June, 1961, at Township Office (Hilltop Electric Co.) in this Mt. Pulaski Township, and that final action on this Ordinance will be taken by the i Highway Commissioner at a meeting to be held at Township! Office at 6 o'clock P. M., 23rd i day, June, 1961. I Paul Davis,  i Highway Commissioner. 1 Dale D. Fuhrer, Clerk. [ TIMES-NEWS (Mmt Pulal m.) THUBSDAY, JUNE I, 1961=-7 AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood V. G. Hetzler of Sulphur, Okla., was a callerhere Thursday. The ArnolPGalloway's of Tus- cola spent last Sunday at Arthur Galloway's. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau were in Normal last Sunday to see Mrs. Ted Hunter in Brokaw hospital. Sandra Williams had a slumber party for 20 girl friends, Fri- day night. Not much slumbering. Mrs. Delbert Southern and H.A. K. were in Chestnut Wednesday morning to see the Kuntzi iris garden and in house to see the many African Violets, and hook- ed rugs. Mrs. K. makes one a winter. Worth ones time to go se. Austin school closed Friday with a picnic supper tin house too cold outside). Pupils go back Wednesday for report cards. Nice Tuesday and Wednesday, till Thursday, at 3:30 thunders and rain till 6. Stopped field work till noon next day. Was so cold and N. wind Friday and Satur- day. Windy Sunday, warmer. Monday dawns nice, clear and still. June 5--- Graduation for J. M. U. students in I byterian church. Our Pastor one of the class to graduate. June 9--- The Y.F. banquet. Don Ferrill will be the speaker, Center Y.F. is invited. June 18-- All day service8 at Center Chapel and the note bum, ing. Rev. B. C. Dutton, of Say brook, a former pastor, will in the morning service. Dr. O. Fo Landis, Conf. Supt., for afternoon. No services at Harmony. Mrs. Ray Trowbridge has home from hospital about weeks and is O.K. - busy in den. NOTICE The Board of Suporvisol of I-- gan County will meet in the Court House in Lincoln, Monday, Jm 12, A.D. 1961 for the transaction: business and the payment of bllls All bills must be filed in the office of the County Clerk befe 5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday, June 9, 1961, in order to be allowed at this meeting. Leonard F. McCan County Clerk. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers , All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mr. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount PulasRi, Illinois AMBULANCE " SAVE,BY MAIL l's  to build a cash reserve you save by mail. Just send your check or money order, Plus yourname and address. We Will credit your account and send your savings book by return Zaail. Save the easy way  by Start today. "current rate 3 per annum LINCOLN SAVINGS Co-s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Since 1883 Owy  @ LINCOLN, njj.ntos Get your car set for safe, smooth driving Let us put the zing of Spring into your winter-weary carl Our check-up special will bring your car up to its peak perform- ance for the heavy mileage months just ahead. TU.N ENGINE: Reset ignition timing; clean,, adjust carburetor. CHECK WHEEL ALIGNMENT & balance; adjust as necessary. DRAIN & FLUSH RADIATOR: refill with water & rust inhibitor CHECK BRAKES: Examine brake lining, check cylinder fluid level. LUBRICATE CHASSIS with pre- cision attention to all points. HAY PHONE SW 2-5716 Typical of our high standards of workmanship, our lube jobs include such items as door checks and hinges, windshield : wiper motor, linkages and arms, fan belt. GARAGE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL.