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PAGE EGIrt THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUITY I]L- DM[.IMOm BroTHS . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Balm, of Chestnut, are the parents of a daughter, born Friday, Sune 15, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. In St. Vlncent's hospital in Taylorville, Sune 12, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Slaybraugh, that city. The young gent has been named Robert Walter. His mother is the form- er Patty Ann Buckles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckles of Lincoln. Great.grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles of Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Geddard, Mount Pu- laski, and Mrs. Louise Slay. baugh of Taylorville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cosby, of Broadwell. are parents of a so born Sunday, June 17, in the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. BJWKIFr DINNER HELD IN DZCATUR SUNDAY A group of relatives gathered at Nelson Park, in Decatur, Sun- day, Sune 17, for a basket din- net and picnic, celebrating Fath- er's Day. The following were in attendance:. mloomington: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nolan. 1Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanslow and son, Dale. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shull and children, Julian Ray and Janice Kay. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hanslow, Mr. and Mrs C"herles W. Hanslow and son Darrell Lynn, and Pamela and Raymond Hanslow, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hans- low were unable to be present. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I want to express my sincere thanks to all the good friends and relatives who so kindly re- membered me with letters, cards, flowers and gifts while a pati- ent in the Memorial hospital in SpringfleI! and since my return home. I appreciate your thought- fulne. Mrs. George Hanslow. YOUR EYES IE VITAL THEY NEED UTMOST When they smart - hurt - burn or feel fatigued . when they itch - scratch or water frequently, it's your cue to give them immedi- ate attention. EYLAX is the safe solution to use for distressed eyes. It's soothing - relaxing - cleansing and refreshing. Don't accept a substitute . your de. pendable druggist has genuine EYLAX or will order it for you. --CHURCHES-- THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. Junior and Senior Christian En- deavor 5 to 7:30 p.m. Evening services at 7:30. Special honor will be given to those who have been added to the church to July 1, under the ministry of Mr. Wilkes. This has indeed been a fruitful ministry, and. as we start our fourth year, we are still praying that God will give us Souls for our hire. 91 have been added in the past three years. Make it your practice to attend church each Sunday. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E. Netuneyer, Pastor Sunday School at 9 A. M. Worship Service 10 a.m. You are cordially invited Io the services of our church. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, June 24, at 7A.M. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rmr. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Children's Day Service at 10:30 A. VI. Holy Communion will be ob. served Sunday, July 1. A cordial invitation to all. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Edwin L, Groenhoff, Pastor Sunday School--10:00 a.m. Worship service---11:00 a.m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meet- ing--7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir and Orchestra practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hoffmcm, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class- es at 9 a.m Divine worship 10 a.m. You are always welcome at our services. NOW ABOUT A C-O-O.L COIFFURE ? Easy to wear and fashionable hairstyles require proper hair- shaping. Our warm weather hairstyles look better, last longer and give you summer comfort because we give you the permanent designed for your needs. Phone 871 now. BOBBIE BEAUTY SHOP No. 13 Over Kresges RUBY CRUM I A. W. Schaffenacker, cashier of ] Harry Eugene Manes. "Bud" to the Farmers Bank, was taken] most folks, who recently gradu- suddenly ill Tuesday morning[ ated from Western Illinois State while in the office of E. A. Down-  College, Macomb, made a trip ing and was removed to his[ last week to points in Colorado, home. He is now much improved. ! with four college friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eu and daughters, Ann Kay, visited in urday night and Mr. and Mrs. Wrilbu r family. OU4  ID A CI tS VALUE OF THE YEA ELECTRIc SEWING IVIA00 / The good news is traveling fits Free.Wesdaf house has added an ECONOMY model Io their famous Hne of sewing machines. You ain't at'- ford o miss the  advavuts sow offered in these thrilling sew low.priced modela. =L 5: Be Safe- Pay By Check You always have a bona fide re- ceipt when you pay by check. Cancelled checks are the best re- ceipt you can possibly have for that account or indebtedness you have paid. FA:BMERS BAN K Member Federal Deposit Corporation Lovely walnut console model adapt- able to any room setting. Serves per,. fecdy as end table or lamp stand, in addition to its outsumdlag perform- ance as s sewing machine. Beaudfully finished walnut veneers are hand rub- bed to bring out the natural wood gr#in Come in for a demonstrsdoa today! %