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i!i TIMES-NEWS (Mount Puaski, I11.) THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1951 ":: qFA/ .,, its weary eyes to the only  //,.) Source of its salvation. And ,'ufY '.,r,  there is nothing more impor- e_f13. tent ]or you, either. ;. /"4[li w-1) The call of Lent" is to /'/ hold the Lamb of God." Dur- I/ -]lrj/_'./" Jng these weeks we are to : | fi'/4//,  meditate upon the terrific : -0 cost of our redemption. We 'r" "k_" '' ere to think of the tremen- dous acrifice which God Hzmself has pad for the eel- There are much larger esd- vatlon of mankind. : lines in this pper than the As the Bible puts it: "Yo one at the top of this rues- were not redeemed with aft- , range. ut none of them is vet and gold., but with the *:'g more important than the bold precious blood "of Christ, u line of type which Qod Him- of a lamb without blare/elk self has written across the and without spot." entrance to every Lenten sea- Decide now that yo11 ar uon"Behold the Lamb of going to observe Lent by sin- God which taketh away the aln of the world." There is nothing more im- Imrtant for our woundeA world today than that It lift sere devotion to "the Lamb of God" who has paid th price of your redemption. We invite you to Join us lu our Lent worship. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CHESTNUT -- LINCOLN -- MT. PULASKI -- NEW HOLLAND THIS GINGERBREAD HOUSE made by Mrs. Claude Pippenger of Pekin, a daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper of Mount Pulaski. was a thrilling Christmas ex- perience for her grandchildren, Vickie Rae (left) and Rickey Alan (right). The Hansel and Gretel house made of gingrbread and sweets and candy flowers was the painstaking work of a proud grandmother. Gables of peppermint pinwheels, trimmings of gumdrops, a chimney of nougat, and a fence of candy canes with a gingerbread cat perched there make the setting complete. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fredrickson, 1515 Loretts,Pekin. --Photo Courtesy of Pekin Daily Times. I I II THE LIFE OF OUR LORD By CHARLES DICKENS Will Be Published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Starting February 11. Charles Dickens, one of the greatest and most beloved writers of all time, wrote this story of Jesus Christ for his children. With true reverence, he ex- plained the events in the life of Jesus and the significance of His death in terms so simple that even the youngest child in his family could understand. This was the one Dickens' manuscript that, in accordance with his wish, was kept a precious family heritage and secret for 85 years. Released for first publication in 1934, the story was printed by the Post-Dispatch at that time. In the belief that a new generation of young readers will welcome the chance to read the immortal Dickens' story of Jesus, the Post-Dispatch again will publish "The Life of Our Lord." STARTING FEBRUARY 11 in the ST, LOUIS POST- DISPATCH Make sure of reading "The Life of Our Lord" by taking advantage of this special offer: I We will mall daily Issues f ks St. Louis Pos4bDlepatcb for $ weeks for only SI.. This offer is for mail subscriptions only and does not apply where local newsdealer delivery service is available. If you live it a town .where delivery service is available, the local newsdealer will be glad to deliver the Post-Dispatch to you at his regular rate of 30c a week for daily issues. "The Life of Our Lord" will start in the Post- Dispatch, Sunday, February 11, and continue in daily issues. Because the Sunday Post-Dispatch cannot readily be obtained by some rural roate residents, we will send an advance reprint of the first chapter FREE to everyone who accepts this special oiler of 5 weeks of daily issues for $I.00. Send in the convenient order orm in this an- nouncement today. ml St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Circulation Department, IIII Olive St., St. Louis 1, Me. Enter my subscription for the dally Post-Dispatch for five weeks and send me the advance free reprint of the first chapter of "The Life of Our Lord." I enclose $1.00 for the subscription. NAME ADDRESS OR RURAL ROUTE TOWN STATE ROSE MARIE LOWE, am. is the daughter of and Mrs. Silas Lowe. JOY ANN SUMMERLOTT daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Summcrlott of Latham. LEON PURCELL is and Mrs. Everette Latham.