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MIERILYN RKE STOLL, 5. is the daughter of Mr. and Mr Everett Stoll, northeast of Mount Pulaski. Grandparents are Mr. and ,Mrs. John Hassebrock, St., Mt. Pulaski, and, Mrs. Ellen Stoll, Chestnut. DEBIt& SUE SSo 4, is the daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sams, living east of Mount Pulaski. Grandparents are, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCain and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sams. LUNCHEON MEATS Pest Quality. Freshly Sliced While You Wait .BROWN,S SERVICE REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm Management A. W. Schaflenacker CNODIal SW 2.5655 & Springs Sts. ULASKI. ILL. % :LEN DEMOLISHED CAR of Everett Faith of Latham community, rests on the Wayne Ball Mobilgas Station lot in Latham, following an accident on Route 121 from which the driv- er, Everett Faith, escaped serious injuries. The acident happened during the fog Friday night \\; DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ EYES EXAMINED Glasses Prescribed - Contact Lenses 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILLINOL II just this side of Narita. Faith missed the curve and banged into concrete culvert. He was able to walk to the home of Loren Ayers, who re- sides in the elevator house about 150 yards east of the accident scene --Times-News Photo THE ENTIRE FAMILY OF REV. AND MRS. F. E. NEUMEYER oi Mount Pulaski. Piclured front row, left to fight--John Baird, Jr., Carl Baird, Carol Ann Houts, Jamle Hours, Ruth Ann Baird, Heal Baird. Second row (1 to r)--Mrs. James Sterling holding the great grandson James Sterling, Jr., Mrs. Neumeyer, Rev. Neumeyer, Mrs. Carl Neumeyer. Back row (l to r) Earl Houts, Roberts Jean Neu- meyer, Mrs. Frances Baird, Mrs. Catherine Hours, Carl Neumeyer, John Baird, Rev. James Sterling. The Bible and the Cross Jesus said of the ScripturH. "They testiS' of Me.*" We sing of the Bible. "It is the heav'n drawn pictur of Christ, the living Word." The heart of the Bible's message is the Christ of the cross. The closing scenes of His lite are given in great detail by the Evange- lists. And the meaning of these scenes is set forth by Jesus Himse. "Thus it Is written and thus it behoved Christ to suffer and to rise f .. the dead the third day that repentance and re. mission of sims should be preached." St. Paul explains it, "God hath made Him to be sin for us who knew no sin that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him." In the Scriptures JesUs says of the saving power of this cross, "I, it I be lifted up, will draw all men unto Me," Because of all this we say with Paul: "We preach Christ crUC|o fled ..... the power of God." The Lutheran Church is "The Church of the Open Bible, Christ, and the Cross." You'll find this true when you attend our ervices especially during Lent. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN MT. PULAIILI IITNUT MEW HOLLAND