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t THE GIRL SCOUT BROWNIES, Troop #278, entertained their mothers at a pre- Christmas tea last week at the library. Pictured, left to right: Barbara Baker, Linda Dunn, Verna Wines, Rhonda Shanle, Gayle Jackson, Judy Maxheimer. JODT DENISE, 2% years, and VICKY DIME, 6 months old, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Palmer, of Decatur. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Palmer of Clinton, and B. F. Holmes, of Mount Pulaski. SCENES SEEN AT HILLTOP BOWL "A Weekly Feature of Times-News'" GROUP IN OLD MOUNT PUL- ASKI NEWS OFFICE about 1900. Left to right - Rell C. Beid- ler, Herbert N. Capps, Clyde Gor- don and Paul E. Beidler. Boy is Charles Ryan. LEAVE SOONER-- DRIVER SLOWlm-- LIVE LONGER : P WILLIAM J. BARNHAIr, JR., 48, of Latham, who passed away on Saturday, Dec. 16. He and his wife, Marge, operated the Corner Care in Latham a number of years and built up an extensive reputa- tion for good foods. 1962 J TO THE @ @ @ @ @ @ @ WORLD00 "The Lord is come!" And there is enough in that sentence to make all the men, women, and children of the billions in this world supremely hap- Py -- forever, f.H. -If" If only they knew it. But now most of them ,J go their own way seeking for that elusive thing they call happiness, answering the cry of that inner void with those things that can never be anything but thinSs, things material, secular, temporary, and therefore utterly ,f unsstisfactory. Even at Christmas their whole atten- tion is on tnlp. And how is it with YOU? What do YOU treasure e'JL most? Harmony with God? Forgiveness of sins? -U- Security in the arms of God? A sure hope of eternal 11 life? Real, genuine, everlasting happiness? Look into Bethlehem's manger! God's Son has come to bless you! "Unto you is born a Savior!" Re- e-/ M joice! Rejoice in your heart of hearts! -IV ZON "Joy to the world, The Lord is come!" . LUTHERAN CHURCH KEVIN RUSSELL WILHAM, 8 months old, and KATHY MAE WIL- HAM, 3 years old, children of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Wilham, Jr., RR 3, Lincoln. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Slgrlst of Kinmundy, RR, I11, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Wilham, Lincoln. Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Katie Sigrist of Kinmundy, and Mrs. Ethel Munyon, Lake Fork. FILMS Furnished by the Mr. Pulaski Telephone Co. are available, free of charge, to all schools, churches, civic and fraternal or- ganizations. These films are enterIain- ing as well as educational. For information dial SW 2-5618. Mount Puhski Telephone Oompnny