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WHO IS JESUS? If somebody wants to tell you that Jesus was a good man -- stop him. It somebody wants to tell you that Jesus was a wise man -- don't listen. If some- body wents to tell you that Jesus was a great teacher  pay no attention. Jesus was all that, but also infinitely MOIE. Jesus was and IS God forever, and the Savior of all men. Jesus would never have come into the world, if the world had no need for Him. The world needed Him because mankind lived and lives in disobedience to God. Disobedience to God can do only one thing--drive you to demnation. When Jesus came into the world, He came with the single idea of being man's substitute. Taking the place of men, Jesus did this: He fulfilled the Law of God for man; He took man's guilt upon Himself; He suered and died in punishment for man. By His substitutional life and death .Jesus accomplished this: He satisfied God: He restored man to the favor of God: He gained for man the forgiveness of God: He won for man eternal life. He is the world's Savior. Acoept Itim as YOUR Saviorl ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CHESTNUT -- LINCOLN -- Mr. PULASKI - NEW HOLLAND PULASKI GRADE LIGHTWEIGHTS who are leading the Coumy League. Left to right: Seroggin. Ayers. DePoister. Turley. Reidle. Coach Joe Schroth, O'Brien, Cyrulik, Rentrneister. Kuhns. --Times.News PhoTo. .......... :i?Nl:. -% 1/ ALL'SlAg LINE'UP Your first eye.smacking look at the line of lovelies pictured here tells you that they've got what it takes in visual But the fellow who said a picture peaks louder than a thousand word wasn't talking about these superbly able 1951 Buicks. 'Sure, they're smart to look at--smart in style and smart in dress. But they're also smartly powered-- .smartly engineered--smartly priced. ,4nd it would take a book to describe in full their deep-down goodness. Come, look them over, and you'll see what we mean. There's the SPECIAL which can ac- curately be titled "the newest car m the world"--new in structure, new in power, new in dimensions, new in thrift--and potent in price appeal. There's the SUPER--that looks and is a smart new edition of its "best seller" forebear. Then there's the ROADMASTER-- that coddles your anatomy on lux- urious new fabrics and clbud-soft cushions--pampers your pride with its lordly bearing--shoots a deli- cious tingle right up your spine by the exuberance of its power and action. We could go on and on. This is the car that "breathes through its nose." This is the bar that sports a brand-new front-end styling. This is the car with new high-visibility instrument dials, more easily read at night. This is the car with glare- and-heat-reducing glassf and a host of other news-making features you can't afford to miss. So your No. I date this week end is with your Buick dealer. It won't take you long to conclude that he's offering the smartest buys of the year. What's been done for '51 is to i take the best automobiles that ever bore the Buick name--and top them. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM Augspurger & P leines, Inc. BICK DEALERS  LINCOLN, ILLINOIS ELIZABETH POTTER of Latharr, is taking nurses' training at t John's hospital, Springfield. SB  is the daughter of Mr. and M# A. B. Potter. Jr, / KAREN TERESA is the 18.mon" ths-old daughter of Mr. and MrS. Paul Hilliard, Latham. GLENN KOGER is the son f Mr. and Mrs. Rober K-c,,- Sr. of Latham. Lad Chirsl 2:30 the h on W esses Mrs. La( Luth meet Tl'lur Lo, dist horn trier. of M M Old Feb. Roos Rac Fr mel of / the Will Cha: Moo TI rece Sch Pea! Cle Mrs N clul by i at t Gle Fiv hot Pat wo] Mr No' lod ele Ga Mi Va ur re( Ce pb O. an eh A. J( al tl: ir