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4 :LECTIONS (Dec. 14, 1944) is much food for thought Iollowing article carried tional magazine, ee is the ideal size of a t. ought to be big enough a farmer can find a I Park his car. te farmers and their wiv- ring in the new wealth e soil, and take home the new wealth earns 't be many towns. t bn ought to be small that a friendly dog can out a leash. to say Merry Christmas RAY LETTERLE PAINTING When every dog must be tied to the end of a string, and none but his owners knows his name, then the place is too big. .e A town ought to be big enough so that a green yard can be around every house. e When there are no yards where children can play, where a man and a woman can plant a rose bush and set their feet upon the natural earth, te Too little room is left for peo- ple to live as normal human beings should. ee A town ought to be big enough that rows of trees can line the streets. When a place gets so big that the trees have to be cut down, and only stone and brick and concrete are allowed, et Little beauty remains except that which is artificial and im- prisoned. te A town ought to be small enough so that everyone will re- joice when a new baby is born. t* Or when good fortune of a victory comes to anyone who liv- es there, *t And small enough that when a funeral procession goes by there will be people to ask who has passed on. *t A town ought to be small enough for laughter to be heard and for a smile to be seen. t, .. 1 Nlay all your dreams [or a bright and happy Christm come true ]or you in [ullest measure ! 1 ZIM'S SUPER MARKET Mixed Chorus of Mount Pulaski Township High School as they appeared in their formal con- cert Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10. FIRST ROW, left to right: Diane Hamm, Lynne Romer, Sherry Davis, Frances Brown, Jean Walker, Marilyn Arney, Raymond Hanslow, David Shellhammer, George Aylesworth, Lloyd Burdick, David Gee, Sam Bertoni, Janet Poffenbarger, Linda Fuhrer, Phyllis Baker, Sharon Wachter, Randy Rogers. SECOND ROW: Cherylyn Bahn, Cheryl Purcell, Diana Shull, Linda Mann, Theresa Walker, Linda Waddell, Mary Ann Phillips, David Drake, Barry Cromer, Daniel Rothwell, Ronn Baker, Mike Reeves, Becky Singley, Barbara Lucas, Delores Leimbach, Pam Hanslow, Sheila Wilham, Sandra Sams. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Wagner, Judy Knauer, Loretta Goodman, Peggy Buehler, Sue Gillum, Linda Tendick, Carla Bryson, Elva Gordon, Ruth Stogdell, Bruce Walcott, Frederick Lipp, Larry Sutton, Roger Moore, Wade Schott, John Kelly, Cam Moore, Carol Schaffe- hacker, Gayle Handlin, Judith Wubben, Linda Cardoni, Susan Connolley, Dan McNabb, director. FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Bohn, Judy Maxheimer, Sue Bryson, Sue Ingram, Lois Tendick, Kay Cooper, Cheryl Sutton, Pauline Burdick, John Brachear, Mike Berg, Danny Lanham, Dennis Myrick, Jim "Berg, Theresa Wessbecker, Rita Boyd, Alana DeMuth, Wilma Schmidt, Geneva Troyer, Patsy Starr, Sandra Holland, Carol Horn. --Photo by Marlin Roos. Cflust as candy canes :i and evergreens are symbols of Christmas, let this greeting be a symbol of our appreciation of your good will and patronage. May you enjoy a full measure of good cheer throughout the Holiday Season. SMITH IMPLEMENT