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HERMAN CULL, of Richmond, Ind., says that Mount Pulaski's Sil-Tennial whiskers are really reaching out. Here he is shown on engine of train, and he really has a crop. He says they are planning on being here and will have some interesting par- ade material. He is a graduate of MPTHS. The Timeless Cross We are all the creatures of a day. But the Cross of Calvary speaks to us of time- less love and life and hope. It declares re. Mmption trom all that is barren, frustra. haPermanent, corruptible. The death Of Christ took place but it has an eternal purpose. He entered this realm of L, td insecurity to die for us in order that life. ]lope. se- and eternal inheritance might be ours. We are redeemed :Our vain way of life with the precious blood of Cwist (1 l, 18) "to an inheritance incorruptible and undetiJed and not away." (1 Peter 1, 4.) What abides has true value and eternal validity. And by Christ hath perfected FOREVER them that are Hebr. 10, 14). Futility and time's destructive forces for those who choose tragedy by "denying the Lord them, bringin upon themselves swift destruction." you to acquaint yourself with the Christ "wo through Spirit offered Himself without spot to God" and who "purge your conscience from dead works to serve the (Hebr. 9, 14). LUTHERAN CHURCH MY, PULASr! CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND ONE STOP CREDIT A can ce all 00f00Your needs Ista/ed w/th cad k fm:flittes exclu t'a EASIER  BET. ASK ABOUT INTERMEDIATE TERM LOANS FOR THOSE BIG PURCHASES 3 to 5 YEARS TO REPAY PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Fm'm Buzeou Building  LINCOLN. ILL. HAROLD T. RANKIN. Representative MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER was given in hon- or of Miss Linda Stivers at the home of Mrs. Harry Lueas on Wednesday evening of last week. The young lady became the bride of Roger Thomas of Decatur, the following day in a service performed at the Mount Pulaski Christian Church. Times-News Photo. LESLIE ANN RICHNER is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Darrell Richner, Washington, Ill. Grand- parents are Mrs. Mariam Hazel- wood, Lincoln, and, Mrs. Jose- nhine Richner, Chestnut. Your BMA Representative KEN00 W. JOHNSON Can Help You Plan Your Future Life Insurance  SlVI0U, Health Insurance ]i(OOlrr Retirement Income Business Insurance Home Ownership Plans Hospitalization Major Medical Epense Ann,iities Group Plans i$mEU mm'$  L gemsos Clly 41. Mhsmri He can help you plan for a secure future by arranging for BMA protection He'll show you how to make your insurance dollar provide the most value in retirement in- come, educational plans, dis- ability income, major medical expense, business insurance . . whatever your personal insurance needs are. Call today ! INI'TR W. JOHNSON CHERYL LYNN RICHNER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Richner, Washington, Ill. Grand- parents are Mrs. Mariarn Hazel- *rood of Lincoln, and, Mrs. Jose- ine Richner, Chestnut. "LAKE FORK GRADE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The following pupils are on the honor roll for the fourth 6 weelm at the Lake Fork Grade School: A Averce 1st grade:: Julie Follis, Jane Ann Ridgeway, Gene Chenoweth. 2d grade: Rose Chenoweth, Loy Wahlsmith. 3rd: Brad Welch, Judy Cardoni, Brenda Baughman, M_argo Law- bets. 4th: Linda Allspach. 6th: Kathi Welch, Kay AII paeh, Danny Phillips. 7th: Bob Caxdoni. 8th: Mary Phillips, Charlott Bohn, Cheti Welch. B Ae 1st grade: David Allspaeh. 2nd: Sandra Lawbers, Jerllee Allspach, Billie Moore. 3rd: Ada Moore. 4th: Alan Jacobs. 5th: Patty Creager, Marilyn Gill, Gloria Moore, Linda Baugh: man, Richard Lasher. 6th: Patsy Berry. 7th: Peggy Neal ,Carolyn Follls. Bth: Phil Austin. lreJu41ce: A timesaver that en- ables people to form opinions without bothering to get the facts. Flam : A cigarette lighter that got ahead in the world.