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TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL IlL, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961..-8 THIS OLD LANDMARK on East McDonald, one of the early homes built by pioneer German settlers, was demolished Sunday morning to make way for the house of Toby O'Brien, which is to be mov. ed there from the railroad property. The home of George Chapman, owned by the Farmer Grain & Elevator Co., will be moved and lo. cated on the east side of the O'Brien's, facing south. Bill Collier has purchased a lot on South Lafayette and will move his house there. --Times-News Photo. SIL - TENNIAL CELEBRATION JULY 22-29, '61 ' REYNOLDS, the former Gloria Scott. daughter of Mr. Dean Scott, R.R. Mount Pulaski. The groom is the son Reynolds of Decatur. The double ring ceremony at the Grace Methodist Church in Decatur, Satur- 15, at 8 p.m., with Dr. Jual Ford officiating. Youth Glamor and Beauty World's Younliest Trapeze Artist \\;, 2-5418 BELATED IDENTIFICATION The identification of the fine- looking family of Col. Henry Crowe, too late for use in the Sil- Tennial edition, arrived the morn- ing we went to press with our final 12.pages of the regular pa- per. We are printing them below in the event folks would like to know the family group's names and their ages. Standing - Gretchen, 14; Col. Crowe (minus his famous mus- tache). Seated (middle) . Joey, 10; Mrs. Crowe Mona Quell of Appleton. Wis.}; Jimmy, 12. Scat- ed (in front - Mona, 8; Johnny, 3, and Mary, 5. WORLD'S YOUNGEST TRAPEZE ARTIST. Miss Cherie, daughter of the famous "Flying Valentinos", will be featured in a trapeze act on Youth Day. 6AME Shampoo or Bryl- us the empty Bryl. r lvikrln label (now 15) and bowl a lame free at Irene Bowl TO AVOID DAMAGE To Our Underground Cables which are in the alleys and streets of Mount Pulaski, we would appreciate it very much if you will notify us prior to any digging or trenching for sewer connections, so that we may then locate our cables for you. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE SW 2-5113 MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. ii ii The Great Ouesn0n I In these time when our sense of values ts blur- red and our vision dimmed by tim c,lm-ism and materialism that drifts like a fog across our land, we need to ponder again the great search- ing questions posed by our Lord. They are cen- tral and inescapable. "What is a man profited if he should gain the whole world and lose His own soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" The esence and permanence of life are easily sold down the river for some peripheral and transitory benefits. To miss the meaningfulness of life and i divinely intended purpose is the big mistake so many are making. Life is made whole and purposeful and eternally permanent only in the Savior Jesus Christ. "Ye are complete in Him!" But He must be received with all that He is and means to be, the Re- deemer who by his substitutionary life and death delivered man- kind from the sins that separate fom God and ffrought us back into ital fellowship with the Author of all life. This Christ confronts you in the Christian Gospel. You will have to stand face to face with Him sooner or later. Why not bcfol' He comes as Judge? ZION LINCOLN I LUTHERAN CHURCH. MT. PULASKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND J i MONUMENTS SEE US BEFORE BUYING or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes LATHAM, ILLINOIS SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, Illinois -- AMBULANCE SERVICE m