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lib.--o  ll In., TllAio Slllll 14, INl _J Lutheran Workshop. And Family Forum fteen Lutheran congregations in this area affiliated with the Illinois Lutheran Welfare Associ- ation are .planning a workshop and Family Forum at the Im- manuel Lutheran Church, Lin- axin, the Rev. E. R. Osterber, pas- tor, on Thursday, Oct. 19, from a.m. to 3 p.m. i ' lhraminent spefikers will discuss problems of children and parents and the role of public and private agencies in helping to find solu- t-ions to the problems. This is one of nine such meet- hags in Illinois this fall and is ; open to the genpral public. Lun- chela reservations should be made with Immanuel Lutheran Church. Illinois Lutheran Welfare pro- vide boarding andadoption serv- iees for children, a children's treatment center and casework services and care for unmarried mothers. FAMILY REUNIONS The Green Reunion will be held at Fairview Park in Decatur on Sunday, September 17, at noon at the small pavilion. Please bring own table service and drinks. (LEBRATED BIRTHDAY PICNIC SEPT. 8 Robert Cullen, son of Mr. and Ma Dean Cullen, was 11 years old Friday, Sept. 8, and to cele- the occasion a picnic supper held in his honor by his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edd two miles north of the city. M2. and Mrs. Dittus had as Mr. and Mrs. Larue Fester Mr. and Mrs. Delmar of Springfield; Mr. and Dean Cullen and sons, Stev- and Robert. ? :( BIRTHS and Mrs. B. W. Gillum, Fort Worth, Texas, are par- of twins, a boy and a girl, September 8th. They have given the names of B. W. III and Theresa Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowe, Chest- nut, are the parents of a daugh- born Saturday, Sept. 9, in' the hospital, Decatur. t. and Mrs. David E. Drabing are parents of a dau- born Monday, Sept. 11, in DMC hespital, Decatur. ;PITAL NEWS Mrs. Claude IAtterly, southwest the city, ,underwent surgery Sept. 7, at Mercy hes- in Urbana. William Bertrang was removed hospital Friday in the ambulance for examin. :ation and medical care. He re- ttrned home the following day. Bow To  aN ncwroaY Take each room separately-- go into that room and list every- thing in it. Don't trust your mere. o.  easy to estimate the pres- rot-day value of your possessions as a basis for insuring them. If you want to,arrive at a fair figure L Put down replacement cost article. 2. Estimate useful life of article Deduct percentage of use al- ready obtained (based on it's use- fill life). 4. The result should represent generally its current value. ft D: One that someone pays for. tha: The collective mistakes our generation. USE REDI - MIX CONCRETE SAVES Time. Labor - Money 2-0060 TIMES-NEWS LETTERBOX Watson, Ill. Editor - Times.News of Mt. Pulaski Just a note to let you know how much we enjoyed the Sou- venir Sil-Termial Book, and say- ing thanks to the many friends who sent us cards and gifts for our 50th wedding anniversary. They were all greatly appreci- ated. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hutchins. Estherville, Iowa Sept. 11, 1961 Dear Mr. Wible:- I want to tell you the edition of "Sil-Tennial Yesteryears" was surely wonderful as was the edition showing pictures of the parade. I know it meant many hours of time and hard work. You and the members of your staff are to be highly compli- mented. I feel it was a great privilege to be able to attend the Sil-Ten- nial and pageant. Incidentally there were four of my classmates of the Mt. Pulaski high school graduating class of 1911, just 50 years ago. Eugene Connolley, Mrs. Vera Stuller (Kautz), Mrs. Lelia Paul (Helf) and myself. Best regards to everyone. Sincerely, Bess F. Raison. MiscellaneousShower For Miss Carol Voelker Royal blue and white was the color scheme at the bridal show- er honoring Miss Carol Ann Voelker on Tuesday night, Sept. 12 in the Zion Lutheran Church FeUowship Room. Misses Sue Aylesworth, Freda Chapman, Judy Scott, Kay Shan- le, Norma Schahl, and Mrs. John Schultz, the latter of Lincoln, were the hostesses, The guests enjoyed refresh- ments at a tea table, centered with a charming bride doll. Punch was served by Judy Scott and i coffee by Mrs. John Schultz. ] The bride-to-be received many i nice gifts. Miss Voelker will be married at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, in the Zion Lutheran Church, to Robert D. Schrishuhn. MEMBERSHIP TEA AT VOLLE HOME SEFT. 22 The Former Presidents of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club are sponsoring a Membership Tea honoring the Junior Woman's Club, and new members of the  Woman's Club, to be held in the home,of Mrs. George A. Voile, on Friday, Sept. 12 from 2 to 5 p.m. SEEUS BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial 792-3235 DAY mr NIGHT Our Phome Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Da A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount PulasJct, Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE SAFE DRIVING HINTS ALIGN YOUR WHEELS : . And Play Safe Left pull? Right pull? Steering becoming diffi- cult? Be on the safe side . . get precision wheel alignment and balancing with our repair methods. ADJUST, + BRAKES For Safe Driving Let us test your brakes for safety . . . to be sure they're ready to give you a quick stop at any time. We recommend, make only needed repairs. HAYES gARAgE PHONE 792-S716 MOUNT PULASEI, ILL. WHY YOU NEED CARD OF AN INVENTORY- [ We want to take your ltunity to thank our You need an inventory of per. jrelatives for the wordS household furnishings and will IPathy ' flowers and o sonal property because it I nesses at the time of the provide you with: .... Iour loved one, Mrs. (1) A visual record of all yuu Json. personal belongings. The FaIIII' (2) Information upon which to base your present insurance so that all property will be covered. (3)Evidence for use in the event of loss, helpful in the preparation of your claim. (4) The basis for review of coverages. If you have fine arts, jewelry, furs, or valuable books or curio collections you may wish to have them appraised to determine their present-de W value. NOTE OF THANKS We want to thank our friends and relatives for the cards and gifts we received while I was in St. Clara's hospital and since re- turning home. Mrs. Marilyn French, and daughter, Barbara. J CARD OF THPJ$ We are indeed words of sympathy, all other kindnesses us at the time of the loved one, Mrs. Anna GlOSe- The FW" NOTICEI 'Any of the Pageant a members who have anY .; I. golden books belongi. gl MeNabb, or, the schles."l bring same to the office. NoTE or  Thanks for the argm . calls and gifts I reeeiVea recovering from my injU._. . Patriciaac. 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