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TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, ILl., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961-.-9  TUILEy hailed before Saturday night Kangaroo Kourt on the city square, l Ril y a fine for not having complied with the growing of a beard or mustache. Dittus imposed the sentence.--Times-News Photo. M/STER Smith will preach in the Mount Church this at 10 o'clock. He Havana. to Waverly. MR. AND MRS. WILFRED KNWI'H of Chicago, announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen, to Rich- ard A. Hahn, son of key. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn of Urbana. The wed- ding will take place Sept. 2 in Edison Park Lutheran Church, Chicago. 2-5418 Launching Pad Parents and youth today find themsei es in a hect!c age, filled ith more fea,= and w;th greater problems than other ages. The youth of today face more complex de- n e youth of yesterday. The air age ha hank q.Xhat happens a thousand miles a,ay m: be as "r future as hat happens next dr, or. Sc:.eme has of cho]esa]e destruction and the means to the ends of the earth. ' of th earth fee] resprmsib!e o Him ho i the ings can e lie wilb. some degree f scuri. *be church to win the xo:ld for Chris'.. "Make liis last comand. hrme is lhe "launching pad" to put men and r le positions where they can be clear -itnesses home is a missionary home, dedicated to promote of Jesu C}rist on this earth, dedicated to win- Him till He comes again in Iinal judgment. LUTHERAN CHURCH MT. PULASKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND THIS IS ONE the Keystone Kops really enjoyed--dunking an old buddy from Rock- ford--Ralph Blackburn. From the look on Ralph's face you'd think it was the first bath he'd had since moving to Rockford a couple of years ago. He looks like he was gonna enjoy ever>" drop el it. Walt Dannenberger had a chance to get even with his former neighbor for planting turnip eed in his front yard while Walt was on vaca- tion. Julian Sams had no grudgehe just enjoys a sloppy situation like this. --Times. News Photo. DUNKING SATURDAY NIGHT by Brothers of the Brush showed no favorites---Bob Werner, state patrolman, got the first bath, and from the expression on his face, he's saying, "My Gosh, that water's cold." His buddy, patrolman Bob Cline, also took the "cure". --Times-News Photo. | LIVESTOCK HAULING (Fully Insured) BALING AND SHELLING Bernard Bertsche PHONE: BUFFALO 364.4269 CORNLAND, ILLINOIS