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/ 8--TIMES-'WS (Mount Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! SUMMER LEAGUES (Mixed Doubles) W L :The Goofers 5 1 P,ts O Ruckers 4 2 uth Enders 4 2 Bowl Better Co. 3 3 hwackers 3 3 IAttle Potatoes 3 3 Alley Oops 3 3 The Outlaws 3 3 The Dubs 2 4 The Doubtfuls 0 6 Ind. high game: R. Holmes, B. 233; Hazel Holmes 191 high series: B. McKinley, ; Charlotte St. Pierre, 482. i I4Agh team game: The Outlaws, team series: The Outlaws, i,: YACATION OFFER : FOR BEST ESSAYS, [!ii H,I.A. SPONSORED county boys and girls K; who have for farm longed a va- = cation are invited to enter acon- sponsored by the Logan ty DHIA which will give opportunity during the th of June which is also Na- Dairy Month. Ten, third through seventh boys and girls Who submit an essay of 100 words, or more, I Would Like to Visit a : Farm," will be the guests ban County Dairy Farmers ' a day or more. Eighth grade twelfth grade students write 500 words or more same subject. boys and girls who pres- live on dairy farms are in- to use the subject, "Why I to Live on a Dairy Farm" awards to be announc- the Dairy Herd Improve- Group. Essay entries should  turned in to teachers in grade and high schools throughout the cotmty. These entries will be for- to the DHIA judging com- on une 1. For further information on the Dairy Farm Vacation, contact Clem, Farm Bureau See- of Organization or Harold and Dorrenee Brueker, Extension Service, or Albert Grathwo!l, Mt. Pulaski, of the DHIA. / Do You Take The Ch,ldren to Sunday School 7 Since juvenile delinquency is still rampart throughout t he world, we aro thankful to have the kind permission of Gordon R. Davis of E1 Paso, Texas, to use the following poem, whch car- ries his copyright: This story I tell you May seem a little sad, But I tell it to you, thru shame and love That it may help some Dad. With pleading eyes, my little girl Would come to me and say, "Daddy, it's time for Sunday School, Won't you go with me today?" I thought I lived a pretty good life, I tried the Golden Rule, But I never took her little hand And went to Sunday School. Her little eyes would shine so bright As she looked up at me, And in a simple, child like way She told of Calvary. She said that Jesus died for me And that He rose again, "Please, Daddy, place your trust in Him And take His nail-scarred hand." But I thought I was too busy then She was just a child, you know; i So I turned a deaf ear as she begged, "Please, Daddy, won't you go?" You see I had to mow the lawn And spade the flower bed, But I would have stopped and gone Had I known what lay ahead. Well, the months turned to Years, And as she grew so fast, Her thoughts turned to worldly things And her childhood days were past. Yes, the years have slipped: as I grow old I find time for Sunday School, But now my daughter tells ME "No", She lives for Gold--without a Rule. One by one the years have gone I hear her plea no more, "Please, Daddy, won't you go with me?" For her childhood days are o'er. It seems when I am all alone I can see her little face, As she went alone to Sunday School, ALONE! to fill her place. Neglect has brought me heart- aches That time cannot erase, If only I had gone with her And been there in MY place! So, Daddy, TAKE your little girl, Don't wait for her to say, "It's nearly time for Sunday School," But, Dad,  YOU lead the way. CHURCHES THE METHODIST CHURCH Chutnut lllois Roy. Roy W. Trueblood, Pastor Sunday School .............. 9:30 A.M. Worship Service ............ 10:30 A.M. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Minister 9:30 a.m: Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Christian Home" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Important, Desirable, Essential." ANNOUNCEMENTS - Our Junior CYH group will visit the Clinton Christian Church this Sunday evening. Our Senior C.Y.H. group will have a potluck supper at the home of Shiela Wilham this Sun- day night at 5:30 p.m. The Church Board will meet on Monday night, June 5 at 8:00 o'clocl i, at the church. Vacation Bible School starts on Monday, June 5, at 9:00 a.m. Sessions will be held daily from 9:00 to 11:00 through Friday, June 16. All boys and girls of the community are welcome to at- tend our school, if they have no where else to attend. Prayer Meeting and Choir practice on Wednesday night at 7:30 and 8:30. St. THOIM AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Eawe. Pastor Mass on Sunday, June 4, will be held at 10 a.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. Klzclm, Ph. PY6-5911 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes ,:!: 12[ICOLN ELKS PLANNING FOR ANNUAL FESTIVAL ii/i Lincoln Elks are making plans i: for their 41st annual festival, to be staged June 21-24 in Washing- :ton Park. Proceeds from the four evenings of the festival will go to the Elks Crippled Children's Fund : and for other charities of the fra- i ternal order. ESTATE TRANSFERS Ann M. Liesch to Mount Pulas- Farmers' Grain & Elevator Co., 10, block 2, Mount Pulaski. Clyde R. and Mary Febus to Alonzo Wiebking and Lucille lot 3 and north half lot 4, block 2, Elias Buckles' Addition to Lake Fork. Ida M. Fields, Mt. Pulaski, to and Carol K. Davis, Mr. lot 1, block 11, in the town, now city of Mt. DEALER And - SfraUon i( | r N G IN r S  JIM'S REPAIR SHOP 1 lhone OR 4-5701 - Latham FILMS # Furnished by the Mt. Pdlaski Telephone Co. are available, free of charge, to all schools, churches, civic and fraternal or- ganizations. These films are entertain- ing as well as educational. For information dial SW 2-5618. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company 10:30 axn. Worship Service You are invited to worship with us. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2-5965 Fri., 7:30 p.m. Vacation Bible Staff meeting. 8:30 p.m. Sunday School Teachers Sat., 1-5 and 7-9 p.m. Commun- ion .announcements Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10 a.m. Communion Service. Is. 6, 1-8, "I Saw The Lord" Mort. thru Fri., 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. Vacation Bible School. All children invited, from 3 years up Thurs., 8 p.m. L.L.L. LATHAM METHODIST Bernard WahL Jr., Pastor Church Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Bible School June 5-16. LATHAM BKFTIST Lamam, louis K. Kraft, 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship 7:30 p.m. Evening A cordial invitation to COPELAND CHRISTIAN 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10: 30 a.m.--Ch urch 7:15 p.m.---Christian 8: 00 p.m.---Ch urch St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstei Sunday School Worship Service I Vacation Bible ;ct [to 9th, beginning at I Classes for Kit J mary, Juniors and A cordial invitation to FIRST METHODIST John Muir, Pastm' 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Church A great mone' Teamsters (and others) want Congress to stop it Do you? This is a picture ofa great new money-saver for hauling automobiles from factory to you. Who says so? James Hoffa, president of the Teamsters. His own teamster magazine quotes him as saying railroad rates for haul- ing automobiles .in many instances are more than 50v/ below the rate charged by truck- car hauling companies..." This is transportation you pay for when you buy a new car. Yet the teamsters want such money-saving rates stopped. Why? Because the truckers' higher rates are losing them business. As though that were more important than saving money for the public. The teamsters, truckers and barge oper- ators don't say what's best for you, only what's best for them. We say that, for your benefit, whoever can do the more economical, better job should get the business. Any law that prevents either trucks, rails or barges from doing their best for the public is a bad law, bad for you, bad for America. The teamsters, truckers and barge oper- atom are flooding Congress with messages urging the passage of bill S.1197 to curtail our rights to make rates that save the public money. How do you feel about this? Let your Congressmen and Senators know. A four-cent stamp can save you a lot of money. $260 million invested to save you money We can save you money on freight rates largely because we've invested $260 million in improvements to the Illinois Central in the past 10 years. We believe in earning the friendship and patronage of those we serve. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD WAYNE A. JOHNSTON Pres/de.