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Mount PulaskL nL. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 19617 YOR SCHAFFENACKER buys first box of dy from a Little Leaguer Jim Zimmermann, "a eand , sale drive to hel fm t lea ue .  " p ante he g s .* season was opened by the Lions Club Sat- inY. They had a goal of 1500 pou,nds to sell and disposed of over 9(30 pounds the first day. The Mayor is holding his granddaughter in one arm anct accepting candy with the other. Don't know how he was able to get that dollar out of his poeketbook.--Times-Nev Photo. ! _ca l CUAR " D AND FIRING SQUAD of local Legion Post who participated in the , _al Day parade and services Tuesday, May h:? nt row, left to right: Don Neaville, Ed aar. Jr.. Junior Haenhueh George Zebrun. Dale Broughton, Dick Romer, bugler Back row: Leigh Broughton, Orville Bandelow, Walter Dan- nenbergeI, Walter Sams, L. K. Buckles. Times- News Photo. COPPER COIN BALLET DANCE TEAM shows Charles Hawk, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Ed Hawk, Mt. Pulaski, and his partner, Donna Brittin of Springfield, who will be featured in a production of the Copper Coin Regional Ballet Co., at Springfield, June 10 and 11. GARY SHULL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shull, Mt. Pulaski, will dance a stellar role in "Graduation Ball," as a feature of the Copper Coin Regional Bal- let production June 10 and 11 at the Springfield Theatre Guild. ,i RECEIVED SPECIAL AWARDS AT JR. H.S. WARRENSBURG High Houors-- Jeem Gentry Weutworth Highest Houon-- She41a Jone .i  i  f Your BMA Representative KENN[rH W. ,JOHNSON Can Help You Plan Your Future Life Insurance Health In+nrance Retirement Income Business Insurance Itome Ov,'nership Plan Hospitalization Major Medical Expense Ann.isle,, Group Plan tie can help you plan for a secure future by arranging for BMA protection. He'll show you how to make your insurance dollar provide the most value in retirement in- come. educational plans, dis- ability income, major medical expense, business insurance . . whatever your personal insurance needs are. (:all today ! ItINL'TH W. JOHNSON ]Nso SW .64 MOUNT PULASKI Founding a Home W00e. getti0000 married we no do things as they were done in the days of -l!i. " Abraham. In his day the father selected the wife for his son. In our culture every young man chooses for himself. lie must find, decide, and then ask the girl to marry him. What a momentous choice: Christian parents and Christian youth are concerned about dating, courtship, end marriage. There is something w can learn from Abraham tGen. 20. Abraham va concerned that hi, son. Isaac, should marry a girl who Ir, xed Cod. He knc, w that if the pvomi, of God V, PIP tO b fulfilleM in his children and his ehildren s children, his son must b married to a girl tho believed those promises and worshiped God. Christian home that instill this "concern" Into the heart of a rcn or daughter make the finest contribution to the happiness and success of a future marriaze and family. Such homes -- the present and the future one -- God will bless'with grace and favor. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN IFr. PULASKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND I