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Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961--9 'f "dents happen fast "" Formers Auto claim Service is Qlso fast! MICHAEL C2.IS and KA LTNN SHRW.DER are children of Charles E. Shrader of Denver, Colo. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Orville E. Shrader of Lake Fork and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carl of Denver. MONUMENTS SEE US BEFORE BUYING / V or Grave Markers B All Colors and Sizes LATHAM, ILLINOIS SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR NIGHT Our Phone Is Attemded 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week l Schahl Fuaeral Home L Moun/ Pulaski, Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE "--'- | LIVESTOCK HAULING (Fully Insured) BALING AND SHELLING Bernard Bertsche : BUFFALO 364-4269 CORNLAND, ILLINOIS MR, AND MRS. ]. F. SCHWA lived on a farm east of Mount Pulaski now owned by Herbert Finke. They moved to Ada, Minn. m 1914. The picture was taken on their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr ,hwa,'-tz passed away in 1947 and Mrs hwartz in 1. | TEX BENEKE TO BE FEATURED BAND at the Sil-Tennial Ball on closing night of the celebration, July th. Beneke took over the famous Glenn Miller orchestra and is trying to live up to the tra- dition set by the late maestro. This ball, sgmnsored by the Junior Woman's Club, promises to be a highlight of the celebration. DECLARE YOUR FREEDOM! It's the l.5;h anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Quite a few years! Yet, not real- ly old a nations go. Nererthe- les% we have the 8ign* of drepi- tude upon u. Our spiritual les are wobbly. The whole moral tenor of our life a a nation indi- cat, a tate of acute anaemia. Yet we fail to read thr. yrnptom and are bli,,,d to the danger. It' time for a new Declaration of Independence, to break the Imnds that bind us in enslave- ment to in and corruption! However, u.h a Declaration can only  effec- tive!y made by taking refuge and finding strenh in Jesus "If the Sea hall make you free ye shall be free indeed!" tie win pardon our l:ronM andnationlinsandd,qiverufromtheir domination. Tile more ueb for- given, c!eaned, and aretitied people ',,',e have the greater the blesing o# God and the greater our national trength. It', time to declare yor freedom  You'll find it in Christi You'll blesn your- self and your country ! Our churche serve you and our eount by preaching e Gospel of Christ, the Savior of us atlI ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L..NCO'LN . PULASICI CNEIITNUT NEW n!_-mD !i:i :! i: