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! PAR FOUR Day Sunday A Children's Day Program is to ! be given at Copeland Church Sun- --Alberta Cruse. Play--If There Were No Chil- dren. Exercise--Red Rose song. Recitation--A Favor--Betty LOu Ayers. Play--Honor Thy Father and Mother. Duet -- Sleepy Head -- Leon Quandt, Haldon Bowers. Exercise--A Happy Pair Kath- :, leen Brown, Wanda Meister. Reading--A Boy's Rights--Rob- ert Ayers. Play -- Teaching a Sunday School Class. Recitation--What He Thought-- Joe Lucas. . Recitation--An Easy Choice-- Betty Lou Cruse. Play--Where Flowers Bloom. Solo--Eloise Quandt. )rill--Eight girls. Play--Children's Day Offering. Benediction. "1'114 MOUNT pUINKI TIM.iPNEW8. MUI,Nlr PULASKI. igLLINOIL.m THE CHRISTLAN CHURCH J. Wayne Staley, Pastor. Services Sunday, June 8: Bible Scbool at 9:30 a.m. Worship and Meditation at 10:3( a.n2, Is there not some way to lead the world to lay down the sword and to follow the teaching of Jesus, the Great Advocate of Peace ? We need to pray daily for peace as we lmve never prayed before; we need to work for Jesus as we have never worked before; and we need to love all mankind as we A larger number than usual has I visited and registered at the Abra- ham Lincoln Memorial Shrine, day, June 8, at 7:45 p. m. as fol-the old Logan county court house lows: (1848 to 1854) in the Mount Pul- Opening Song--Sunday Schl'aski public square, since May 28. Children. I Memorial day on Friday, and close Scripture Reading--Irma Lee ly followed by Sunday, accounted Cru. elmer t for the large increase. Persons Recitation -- Welcome, D came to the shrine from several Payne. states, reaching from New York, Exercise--Tale of Tardy Tom. to California. Following is the list: Recitation--No Doubt About It Detrozt, Mich.---orge N. Wolfs, Dan Cadagon, Jr., Katy Schuan- nete. Massillon, O.Mrs. George Mil- ler, Mrs. D. Stephens. Maitland, Mo.--Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ralston, Sr. Obion, Tenn.-(r. and Mrs. H. D. West. Memphis, Tenn.--Rebecca Arua- la. Friendship, Tenn.--Valire East. New York City--Mr. and Mrs. L. Bigg. Hollywood, Calif.--Miss Winl- fred E. Mayer. Onawa, Ia.--Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Persinger, Eugene, Charles and Wright Persinger. Waterloo, la.--Mr, and Mrs. H. Buildes. Frem Illinois Chicago--Mr. and Mrs. George Kepha, Mr. and Mrs. James Turek, James, Jr., and Mildred Turek, William A. Wolf s, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kennedy, Margaret Clare, Ina Nicholson, John A. Snyder. Canton--Mr- and Mrs. F. A. Perkins, Charles E. Perkins. Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Mur- dork, C. Y- Lamkin, Forrest W. Andrews. Oak park--T. S. Warlow, Anna M. Koehnle Warlow. Paxton--Edmund Johnson. Pecatonica--W. R. Hamilton. Urbana--Mrs. Walter French, Delmar, Catherine and Walter French. Peoria--Mrs. Clara Burton, John  ' lave never loved before. E. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. The only way to outlaw war is Graham. to take Jesus at His word and let East Peoria--Mr. and Mrs. Ira love rule supreme in our hearts. You are cordially invited to at- tend all our services. E. Ingalsby, Fern Ingalsby. Elkhart---James Hickey. Melrose Park--Mrs. A. Ristau. Atlant a--4Robert Ellis, ShobonierRoy Knecht. Moline---Mr. and Mrs. Forest P. Ralston, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Miller. Illiopolis Bessie Montgomery, Leroy" D. Hartley, A. C. Sutber- land. Latham---Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Games, Mrs. James Fent, Mrs. George Talbott, Mrs. David Bra- shear, Richard Fent. Springfield--M. Ajamy. Cornland--Carl Farnam, George Farnam. Chestnut--Elwood Hein, Eric Hein, Elsie Sally, Joan Smith. Lincoln--Mayor and Mrs. Ralph F. Koehnle, Jean Koehnle, Shirley Potter, Gifford Fletcler, Harold Higgens, Eugene Sheer, Don M. Dunkelberg, Mr. and Mrs. John Florian, Jr., Philip E. Phillips, Wil- liam S. Ellis, Bill Ellis, Leslie Beaver, Aaron Shepard, William W. Comstock. Mount Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Vible, Mr. and Mrs. "%'. Marion Robson, Mrs. Lottie L. Haynes, Mrs. Grace McDonald. Mrs. Everett Beidler, Mrs. John Stratton, Mary Guffey, Mrs. Carl Opperman. Mrs. John Bates, Don- ald, Robert. Eloise and Mary Bates, Austin J. Opperman, Roy Carter, James Pugh, Verna Cen- ters, Vera Gasaway, Virginia i Goodman, Marion Thomas, Doris Rentmeister, Ix)is Hahn, Margaret McMain, Johnny Bender, Bobby Holmes, Joe Goodman, Joe F. Riedle, Jean Hahn. Thanksgiving Day Nov. 20 To permit Illinois boys in the military Se.'cice to return to their homes for the holidays, Thanks- giving day this year will be held in the state on November 20, the same date as set by President ! Roosevelt for the holiday. I chureh. Governor Dwight Green said he Miss Eileen Peterson will proclaim the third Tb,ursdayltained a position as in November as Thanksgiving day i office in Bloomington. in the state. Illinois observed tn i C.E. Rodems will leave early Turkey day last year under I day for a week's visit in proclamation of the late Governor Henry Homer, a Democrat. How- ever. it had been thought Gover- nor Green, a Republician, miglt set the observance for the tradi- tional last Thursday in November. "I certainly am in favor of a unity of Thanksgiving day dates throughout the nation to help the young men in tl armed services school here from 1923 to enjoy Thanksgiving with their  Since leaving here he families at home," the governor said. ANY HOUR CORNLAND lis, Md., with his son, C. W dems and family. C. R. the navy several years, time was stationed on the Guam in the Pacific where the official weather Friends in this vicinity  glad to hear from Mr. I Neer who taught in the icine for five years and iS practicing chiropractor in Indiana. Mrs. Neer also school in Cornland, and riage occurred while they cated here. i A daughter, first child, Mrs. Clarence Rodems of Spring- field was a caller in town Monday. Tuesday, June 3, to Mr. I Evangelist Harold Johnson of i Gayland Green, of this Springfield closed a successful re- the home of her parentS, l viral meeting at the Methodist Mrs. Jasper Veech, on I Church Sunday evening. There ion street. The mother as were several accessions to the erly Miss Emogene BASKET DINNER AT CORNIND CHL rIcH Following regular morning ser- vices there will be a basket dinner Sunday at Cornland Methodist Church. All friends are invited to come and bring a basket. At the afternoon service Rev, Gay C. White of Springfield will preach. It is expected that there will be a baptismal service. SHEETS FUNERAL ALVIN AHRENS Phone 263 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY- SATURDAY FLOUR 24-ibs. 69c 'JStL, LOVER OF TtY souL" .,., ,, ; WI&SI.gV" ,,., ,, JELLO .,,,,.vor. 003-13c RICE KRISPIES, 2 21c I ICED TEA ... lb. 35c I- KELLOGG'S ANY HOUR CORN FLAKES2 17c RED BEANS... 3 25c 19c 10c ANY HOUR CORN ....... 2 19c ANY HOUR ALL BRAN .. Ige. VINEGAR . 9 oz. -/. j,,,, Lo.e, otysol. _ ' .... SPINACH .... 2 19c .t me to Thy bosom [.., -, /N,...p.__ While the nearer waters mr. SWANSDOWN . .. While the tempest still is ig[: CAKE FLOUR . 19c MEADOW LARK "-]lli '' Hii%istoYS'E ' '` .... PEAS ........ 2 Safe into the haven aide. 19c O receive my soul at lutl HAPPY HOUR -, _ -'-;_--- ........ TOM. JUICE.. 3 25Cj RED MILL -..;t'IL Sor/zs oGR4[T, lalvlN "-'. Large ....... 20c I PEAS .. No. 21/'2 19c ,*;." ,. .... ,, - . --" dO gliO| /IJrlOg. l I M  ' i om.o,omd,,u,,,,.of,o-.., ....... ,-J,-na,M  ANY HOUR CAMEL SWEET  COFFEE.. 3 Ibs. 39c Pofafoes No. 21/2 14c MARVIN HAPPY HOUR SALT 2 SAN1 FLUSH ' 2 ANY HOUR FRESH PRUNES, No. 2V2 NO. 2 CANS I! PORK & BEANS 2 FORT HOWARD TOILET TISSUE 4 Happy Hour Lye 3 DOG FOOD 4 Mixed 2-1bs. : -. Laurel OLEO 2 Ibs. ZIMM RMANN GROCER PHONE 100 WE