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ROYAl. CENTRE REOIDRD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11, 19N -- L, J , J , ., YOUTH'S CHALLENGE By VIvian Stair Young people of today need more of something---That something is n:oL money or gifts, however, these things are fie to have if the gv- ing of them is at the proper time. It is ot a material luxury, hut of mental and physical subsistance. [t is something youth today needs to face tomorrow. This es- enrtial helps to prepare him for the future where he knows not what iS going to happen. This is something he will event- ually have to meet and the best time to get acquainted with It ls while he is still young. The sub- ject of which I speak is challenge, Remember when you were four yaers old? Then you had not a care in the worh. Bor in America of Christian parentage with middle- the school team, to most beautiful girl in the class. Now you are twelve. People said this was the perfect age, but you tend 1o worry more about your problems and yotwself. It is strange how puny those "major roles" now appeared. Where was all the prestige, all those guys and girls enjoyed before me? Even trying to act older seemed like an insignificance. Now you are fifteen. The teens at last! Utopia! Creeps though why didn't someone warn you about all of those hidden decis- ions? There's college looming on the horizon. Three years away yet. Th.re's that scholarship yu want to wm so badly you can taste it. You really have to hard nose it class economic levels, all of your when it comes to your lessons. wihes were grated even before l Now you are nineteen. College- you expressed them. Ware you There's the real life! Nothi'ng but happy Not really, for your[tennis and parties, football, fra- thoughts were taken up with l ternities, sororities and dates reaching age five, when you would lwhat a ball! Rats! Why do they he in school then you would belhave to tack oR those books, happy. xams, labs, term papers, reports, Now you are five. Attending outlines, etc. There's always some.- school at no apparent expense, thing to spoil your peace of mind. your dreams of happiness seem How often have you wasted the again Just ahead. You had not no- opportultnes of today while look- ticed at age four, that it was not lag longingly zo the utopian to- the five-year-old who '"had it morrow? What is your reason for made," but those lucky jokers in living? What are your daily goals? the 8th grade. They played major You who are young have the rolls in society--from pitcher of added adva*ntage of vitality and _- - - _ . - -  *:,4,,-$,4NJ.. - - - : :- : YIELDS, 'TTER CROPS NEW FORMULA SUPER RA INB 0 W No gimmicks, no fine printjust straight talk! If Super Rainbowdoesn't pay off in bighter yields, or profits worth more than its extra cost over any other fertilizer, IMC refunds that extra cost. RANTEED TOO! | tlI=lt Rainbow premium plant feed'carries a |  similar guarantee against any regular fertilizer.  S, * i John W. Ploss Headiee' Indiana good health, usually; dreams and| Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Cnsw$re af. visions not yet dismantled by the | ternoon callers in the home of Mr. diappointmelte of time. It i to,and MI, Vooa Ball in Logan. you, the young, the impolble]Sport. task can be given. For, not know [ Miss Jeanne Hilkert of Lafayette Ing It to be impossible, you will go[was a wk-end guest of Mr. and forth in the spirit of Christ and get,Mrs. Gene Hilkert. the impossible tasks d(me. There is nothing wrong with looking toward and planning for. the future. However, this anticipat- ion an be used of God only as it goads us to our best today in pre- paration for those worthy visions ahead. Sad indeed, is the sight of count. less thousands idling away the springtime of existance. They clothe themselves not i perfect- ion, but in cheap vulgar habits. These are morgaglng themselves to spiritual poverty and disease. and these are crelltor who take possession of the premises. Stand straight, live courageous- ly, and fearlessly accept the chall- enge which God has st before you. O Mrs. Marge Burrough The Harrison Twp. H.D. (lub yill meet Wednesday Feb. 17 at 1:30 in the Lucerne school. The devotions will he given by Edn3 Stevens. A lesson on '"Values of a Pro&net" will be give by" Flor- enco Koebcke. Roll call will be ansr wered by "Idea for future lessons." The hostesse will be Sybil Clark, Lena Mac Finton and Josephine Robinson. Mrs. H.P. Connable of Logan. sport was a Sunday afternoon call- er in the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Ed Hall. Mrs. Ann Elkins has been dis- missel from the Memorial hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scheetz have returned home from an all paid expense vacatio trip to oca Rateon, Florida. Joe received the P.H.C. award from the Oliver Implement Corn@any, entttli*ng him to th free trip. TheShetz's were gone 4 days. leaving In.dlanapolls it was 10 below zero am] arriving at the Miami Beach Airport in 81 de -ree weather. The Lucerne Lions and their wives enjoyed a Swiss Steak din- her at the Zion Methodist church Wednesday night. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ottinger of Logarsport show- ed their moving pictures of their trip to Hawaii. Sam Pew.lea from Purdue spent tlm week-end with his parents Mr. nd Mrs. Raymond Fowlen. Mr. and Mrs. Je Ross enter- rained a Sunday dinner, Carl M orrison. Td Morrison and Sally Wank all of Vinamac John Morri- son, Mary, Lisa and Johnie Hickey. The Junior High from Lucerne school enjoyed a skiing party Sat- urday evening in New Paris, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cotner and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Konny Fur- nish of Logsport were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cotner. Miss Jeanne Vinn of Dallas. Texas spent from Thursday till Sunday with her folks Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winn and family. Mr. and Mr.s. Richard Winn and family entertained at Thursday sight supper, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Winn and Mr. and Mrs. Herd Has- elby. The occasion being the birthday of Clark Winn. Mr. and Mrs. Herd Haaelby spent Surday with Mr. and Mrs. Phi] Fletcher and daughter in Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Clark eater. tained at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chamberaln of Knox, Mr. nd Mrs. Jerry Jennlngs and chidren of Delphi, Mr. and Mrs. Evel'ett Flora of Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. taVerns Clark and dau- ghter of Logansport, amt Miss Nelda Mathlas of lndianpolis This was a going away party for Mr. and Mrs. Sherma Chamber. lain who are moving to Oberlin, Ohio, Harold Cleanest8 was to the Memorial hos1ital. t Mi Clark of Logt" Sherry s1ort slant Friday with her grills ;mother Mrs. Orvat Clark. o------ Need An Envelope? We have all Sizes at the Record "Wlat's free this week?" If you have anything you'd like to give away--a dog, a cat, clothing, food, furniture your wife, maybe,--tho Record will run your Classified ad for ,ou absolutely free, as a public ser- vice to the community. We think too, that it will really be fun to find out "what's free" each week in the community, Many folks have dogs, cats, tools, bric-a-brac, etc. which while of no uso to them, would be a help to someone else. This is your opportunity to give it to someone who could use it. And its Free! Be sure to watch the Classi- fied section each week to see--- SINGLE of the ROYAL CENTRE COPIES RECORD are now on sale at the Gearhart Super Market Here in Royal Centre and the Kesling Drug Store In Logansport Single Copies 10c E AC H Panther Basketball Fans! Mentone bask.etball game, Saturday evening Feb. 13th. Air time 8:00 p.m. SPONSORED BY Royal Chemical Corporation- Royal Centre, Indiana Tune to the 1230 spot on your radio dial, for your winter sports listening pleasure.