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AY, PAGE SIXTE--IKN be as unthinkable  humanslav- ther as were the children of the TRIBUTE TO FATHER By Warren Manley "IN GOD WE TRU'r'" This motto was adopted by the Fathers of our Country in the days when we were a weak and struggling nation. The Fathers felt the absolute necessity of trust ing in a higher power for the mak- ing and preserving of the nation. But with the increase of wealti prestige and power, there as has been a corresponding decrease in the consciousness of the need of God. We trust in our national wealth, our great army and navy, our fame, our intellectuals, and God is too often left out of the picture. Just as this is a different world from that to which we elders were born, we may be sure it will change again, and we must meet each change that comes. We know there was a world without Telephones, without Elec- tricity, without Automobiles and MOUNT p TIMES-WEW MOUNT P ILLINOI ery. The right to work will be- come as inalienable as the right to live or the right to reathe. Friends, when American Moth- ers and Fathers look over seas, md witness the disintegration of German and French family life, they make a greater effort to weld their children in firmer fam- ily entiety. American children, too, are not as hyprocritical of Father and Mo- tinsel twenties. They are begin- ning to realize that the family Is important; that in family bonds they can find virtues worthy of retaining, and the older they grow and the more mature they are, the stronger this realization be- comes. In totalitarian countries so-call- ed statesmen (who are not states- men at all) attempt to wean chil- dren away from the family circle. There the state is emphasized, family considerations are min- imized, and the young boy or girl is taught that to become a pawn of the state is the highest sort of existence. Americans, old or young, repel such a version, or perversion of living. Every man is created with Judges and Clerks Selected (Continued from page I) Mount Pulaski No. 3--Clarence Rothwell, Albert Rentmeister, Ed- ward Ruwe. Mount Pulaski No. 4--Marshall Ridgeway, L. L. Waddell, Charles Mann. Elkhart No. 1--Loretta Ie, Thelma Sevenson, Zolene Leftwich. Elkhart No. 2--Ralph Cherry, Curtis Arney, Elmer Fulscher. Sister of Local Man Died In Chicago Mrs. Cora Webb. 60, died at 1:30 p.m. Monday, June 16, 1941, at her home at 7252 University av- enue, Chicago, following an ex- tended illness due to paralysis. Sloe is survived by her husband. Joseph Webb; two daughters, Mrs. Josephine Mille and Mrs. Ann ! Garriott; father, George Under- hill, Sr.; and brother, George Un- derhill of Mount Pulaski. During the past few years Mrs. Webb made several visits in Mount Pulaski at her brother's home. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the chapel located at 820 East 75th street, Chicago. Interment was in Holy a Sepulchre cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Underhill left for different nature, no man is pe. feet, "No, not one." Wlle the later years of my Father's life were not as I would liked for them to have been, well, he was my father, and I loved, respected and Clicago Wednesday morning to attend the funeral. WAR SIDELIGHTS The British War Office is ask- honored him; he was the man who ing for dog volunteers to do war cared for rite in my infancy when[duty 'for the duration." ever born." Vhea a flier was landing in the wilds of Peru he found a colony who had been lost there years. %Vhen they things were going in the they decided to stay lost. NOTICE Shooting of in the city limits of will be pIohibited Thursday and Friday, july' 4th. W.F. J GIRL OUT BENEFIT AT VOGUE THEATRe' A Girl Scout benefit ill en at the Vogue oin Veednesday and June 25 and 26, xYen er will be featured in Henry Aldrich." The of admission will be 2:30 p.m. Veednesday a will be given, admission grade and high school without Airplanes; we still wond- Broadwel]--Elmer Olson, Hat- er .how people lived in such an old Kiest, Ernest Leistner. I could not care for myself; he I Because continuous blackouts age. Hurlbut-Dorothy Murphy, Tea- fed me he clothed me and he fur- keep him at home at night, the The money received , benefit will be used f But there will he much greater sic Greer, Fay Trail. nished me a home and more, he  beer-loving German has made an ij rowded me a common school ed T  - Holace Hanselman i P " "| increased demand for bottled beer. I Scout director in Iog enna --- " ,, for troop supervision a changes in the days to come. Un- , ' " " | After denouncing American aid ltraining" Tle troops ucahon which no one could take less we learn how to adapt our- Grace Stoiz Earl Potter. | ! from me.  to Britain, a commentator on an ! in Mount Pulaski, selves, new inventions will be use- Aetna--Ray Simcoe, Andrew Father did not leave me any[ Italian radio program broadcast l less. Very soon unemployment will Schahl, Harry Randolph. ! houses and lands but he gave me ] his regret "that Columbus was I Lincoln. , a name P t  ---- " :" -  .... Chester--Glenn Miller eorge I which I will ever be roud ways Cool & Comfortable Read, Thomas Pegram. [to bear Grand Jurors [ My fatler's every thought was | The Se tember grand jurors ap q -- P " ", for my welfare, and that of his McOLLUIS pointed by the supervisors, for the! family CLINTONIA so half of Logan county, are No man, however powerful, is as follows: sufficient unto himself. Iake ForkDavid Warnick. Most men tend to think in THEATRE -- CLINTON LAST TIMES FRIDAY JUNE 20 i, i SATURDAY, JUNE 21 --Double ature--- "Hplons Cml SUN.-MON. JUNE 22-23 TUES.-WED. JUNE 24-25 JOB-DAYS Salary Will Be $60.00 if job is not accepted June 18 Laenna--Everett Purcell. Aetna--Percy Clary. Oran--John Meister. Mount Pulaski--Roman Ruiner, Frank Buckles. Chester-. C. Abbott. Elkhart--Albert Gluick, Clar- ence Oglesby. BroadweU--D. A. Bentley. Hurlbut--Alva Donaldson. Supplemental Jurors. Lake Fork--T. D. Howe. Laenna--W. D. Alisopp. Aetna--Louis Gobleman. OranRobert Welch. Mount Pulaski--Fred H. Hahn Everett Rothwell. Clester---Otis Coates. Elkhart--Heater Key. Broadwell--Allen Eury. Hurlbut--Rall Batterton. In the Southern States, approx- imately 500,000 wage earners are employed in the texile industry. terms of daily work. Jobs, are In- deed, important. The task of earn- ing the family's daily bread is not to be minimized. But women and men alike, if they be intelligent and sensitive, become aware--- sooner or later--that they need something or some one above and beyond thenuelves to help make life meaningful. No selfish ambition, no petty gain, no purely personal triumph. can be compared to the glory of the God who made us or the uni- verse of which we are a part. Now, my good people, at times we get to quarreling as to how the Government should be run and we forget what a fine old country this is. If we stop to check up on our blessings it will surprise us how many good things are ours in this, Our Native Land. FlED SECTION H you haw Anytldng to 8ell,  Want to . Haw It or Found--this section of the TtmeNew will g u the aet you want. Hundre of otlm iv found tJIds to be true---wlsy not you ? FOR SAomplete Sawmill Equipment; Case Tractor, Mod- el L. 2 miles North of Oakley, Ill. Ed..Blair. WLI-J BUY LIMITED AMOUNT of 1940 Crop Red Clover seed Bring sample. Alvin Rentschler, Chestnut, Ill. a.SH PAID for dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals PIGGY SOWS, shoats, Sows with pigs. Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount PUI- askL $450.00 PLAYER PIANO and Rolls, I will let it go for $39.00. $5 a month to reliable party. Write to-day and I will tell you when my piano can be seen in Mount Pulaski. Write Mrs. - - Call Dr C M Mary Schultz, Route 5, Box: removed zree " , 229A, Waukesha, Wisconsin. Merriman, Phone 15. I MODERN APARTMENT F 0 R [ CHERRIES FOR SNice RENT--4 rooms and bath; built [ ripe cherries at 20c gallon, pick- in kitchen cabinets; hot and cold I lng same yourself. Located on water; large clothes closeL ! Times Aartment Hotel I ROOMS FOR RENT--Suitable for I light housekeeping or living and sleeping roon Only three avail- able. Hot water at all times. Times Apartment Hotel BLACK RASPBERRIES for sale --Will be ready first of week. Place ynr orders now. Mrs. Ed. Blanford. North Belmont street_ Phone 355.--John A. Buckles. FOR SAr-Seve.ral pigs; also 500 quart jars; and some bath tubs. Cecil Buckles, Mount Pulaski, Ill. ATTENTION--Place ordel now for Red Raspberries and Apri- cots. Mrs. Eugene Mama. phone 74. Wi00h a Wriffen 2g-Year Guarantee $7/I.95. i"IP 18-m. PAY or. 1st First to offer a written 20-year guarantee -- Indetructo metal is exclusive with Sears. With- stands heat better than cast iron. * Large ribbed flrepot * Duplex grates * 1-piece radiator * Automatic humidifier * Insures good, healthful heat We Arrange Installations IMPROVED HERCULES LET HERCULES Shovel Your Coal S e a r s Automatic Stokers give auto- matic heat with coal economy. Simple . . economical[ F i l I hopper once a day.. automatic controls do the restI Adapta- ble to steam, hot water or warm air heating plants $117. pAY OCt' 12tNCOLN, ILL. 529 THURS.-FRI. JUNE 26-27 --On Our Stacje-- Imoqene Hoyes Presents "Kiddies Rhythm" Sponsored by the DeWiff County Rural Chorus --On Our Screen kl# Pllee