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PAGE TEN THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES - NEWS. MOUNT PULASKL ILUNGa AT, i I i? !i( i FRIENDSHIP CLUB'S r__ C H U R C H E S -- ANNUAL PICNIC st THOMAS AQmNS cmmca Members of the Friendship Bey. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Club held their annual basket- Mass will be held at 7 a.m. picnic dinner at Fairview Park Sunday, July 8. in Decatur on Sunday, July 1, St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH and all report a very enjoyable time. The following were in at- tendance :-- BeasonmMr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and children, Alan and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roos and children, Janet and Darrell. ChestnutMMr. and Mrs. Har- old Opperman and daughter Bet- ty Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lakin and son Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll and children I. Eldon and Marian, Mr. and Mr Raymond Stoll, Mr. and Edward Fetzer and son Mr. and Mrs. Harold and children, Harold Jr., Janet, and Judith. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll and daughter Sharon. ClintonmMr. and Mrs. Herbert Wrage, sons Alan and Fred. Mount PulaskiMr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow and son Dar- rell Lynn. Those unable to be present in- eluded: Mr. and Mr Nelson Lock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keys, and family, of Beason. KETTLE CAST SEES "TLYING SAUCERS" ! (Current) Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride, some 20 extra players and ap- proximately 60 set technicians saw 40 flying saucers at Univers- al-International Studio one day during the filming of '2Via and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm," showing at the Mount Pulaski theater July 8 and 9. The new comedy release is the third in the popular Kettle series star- ring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride. The flying saucer reports were confirmed immediately by studio police and janitors who swept up fragments of the saucers after they had crashed. The saucers, along with as : many cups and plates, flew out of a cupboard in the old Kettle home on the studio's backlot when the cupboard was made to crash for a comedy scene in the new film. Richard Long, as the eldest Kettle son, Meg Randall and Ray Collins head the large support- ing cast of 'qVIa and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm." Ed Sedgwick directed and Leonard Goldstein produced. Bey. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Worship 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. HoRmcm, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class. es at 9 a.m. Divine worship 10 a.m. You are always welcome at our service THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Ministor 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. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E. Neumeyer. Pastor Sunday School at 9 A. M. Worship Service 10 a.m. At 10 a. m. a concert will be given by the Cotton Blossom Singers from the Piney Woods School in Piney Woods, Miss. The gr. oup of Negro college girls will sing a number of selections. A freewill offering will be taken. The public is invited. , BIRTHS , In St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, Friday, June 29, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ander- son of Lincoln, formerly of Mt. Pulaski. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mann of the Mount Pulaski vicinity, are parents of a daughter, born Wed- nesday, June 28, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. On June 26, at their home on South Garden street, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Von Mock. Second child, both girls. The baby has been named Barbara Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Erlen- bush, Mount Pulaski, are par- ents of a son, first child, born Saturday, June 30, in the De- catur and Macon county hospital. The mother is the former Patricia Doing. A daughter was born in the  Decatur and Macon county hos- pital Monday, July 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll of Chestnut. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bode are the parents of a son born Mon- day, July 2, in St. Clara's hos- pital. HOSPITAL NEWS Oliver Gulso, southwest of the city. was admitted Monday to St. Clara's hospital as a surgical patient. B. H. Keck was removed Tues- day to St. Clara's hospital, fol- lowing a stroke, in the Sohahl ambulance. John England, of Chicago, who has been here for several weeks at the home of his mother, Mrs. Tillie England, was removed to Deaconess hospital Wednesday morning, in the Schahl ambu- lance. .: ":: ..: : ....  . .... t. ..... i "::": '. :."::  ..... 2. :.::: . --i:"" . '"::  -"7:: 081 Z:.. -  ... . *, .... : ! .....  ""- - During the-past fewyeam, the chasing power of the dollar has been s its lowest ince 1814. It pays to save t day's dollars so that you will have good supply when doIlars grow in pttr- chasing power later on. Keep on saving for a bettex future. Save here with The First National bKXm" PUI LLU Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain.00 Elevator Company00 IS NOW THE AUTHORIZED Faultless Feed Dealer IN THIS AREA DR. H. H. MADDOX OS'fOPATmC PHTmCIKN 301 S. Washinglon St. Offlco Hours: 9:$0 am. to 12 IO p.m. to S p.m. Phone 84 Mount ]Pulaski Let's go to Sunday School and church, Sunday. FAULTLESS FEEDS CONTAIN VEGETABLE. MEAT. AND PROTEINS -- I00NERALS -- A HIGH LEVEL OF VITAMINS INCLUDING AMPLE ADDED Vitamin B2 and ANTIBIOTIC FEED SUPPLEI00NT. Look Into A Proven Faultless Feeding Program - Designed Greater Feeding P R 0 F I T S! ! i.  N Have nationally advertised Culligan Soft Water Service. There's no equip- merit to buy... Io maintenance worl Now only a few cents per day for the average famUy. GEORGE WOLCOTT, Mgr. SPCIALgWATER SOFTENING MINERAL AND SALT Ask Mr. Martin, Mgr. Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elev. Co. About A Time Tested Farm Proven Faultless Feeding Program to meet your needs FAULTLESS Poultry Hog Cattle Dairy Concentrates and FAULTLESS Mo., Mfgd. in Springfield, minok since 1881 i