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I IHi'WEIGIIT nASKETBALL TEAM OF WAR- SIUIG q * J- HIGH SCHOOL are deft to right) ---u . R" ,'nn G, chard Lehn, Bill Wickline, Pat MeClure, mla, Mike Carter. Standing - Coach I ?s_sG . H,c. sCHooL's .s=rr.  as tin -- a+'Bi], SQUAD (left to right). Seated, Vik i "lnlA', "" Wickline Steve Staley Danny Howe, ! na,,L'etterly Standing, Coach Bill Miller, Jr.; "', uavid Beal; Larry Jones Harold A/sup, EIS OF THE WARINSIURG JP- CHooI. are (left to right: Front Row: Con- Smhern, Sandy Jones. Second Row: Ann + i Bill Miller, Jr., David Beal, Manager; Ronnie Aus- tin, Harold Alsup, Danny Howe, Steve Staley, Ronnie Parks, Ronnie Latterly, David Rau. Manag- er. II Larry Staples, Darrey Birch, Jim Hayes, Martin Buth, WaRy Rotz and David Rau, Manager. Absent when the picture was taken were Duane Bankson, Gregg Wentworth, Jack Rau and Bob Cooper. Friewd, Pat Rodgers. Third Row: Jean enuy, Sharon Kelly. HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL TEAM OF WAR- RENSBURG JR. HIGH SCHOOL are left to right), Front Row--RiG+hard Lehn. )dark Collins, Ronnie Bridges, Pat Mcflure. Second Row - Gilbert Rosenl'rger, Ronnie Carson, Mike Wachter, Bill James, Bob Roberts. Back Row, Coach Bill Miller, Jr.; Manager, David Beal; Bob DeBourbon, Ronnie RunkeI, Frank Braekett, Ronnie Vaughan, Richard Nottelman, John Edgecombe, and, David Rau, Manager. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes LATHAM. ILLINOIS SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS lVlt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR lqIGlrr Our Phone Is Attead 24 Hours A Day 7 Day= A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, miois -- AMBULANCE SERVICE -- l II II I _ Emphasis on the Cross The sense of divine direction that lay upon the heart of Jesus and found expression in such phrases as "the Son of Man must be delivered into the hen of wicked melt",, 'the Son of Man mutt suffer", "ought not Chrttt to have suffer. e( then things?" compels us to accept the Cross as the ms,or of His coming to be among men. This definitely calls us to acknowledge that He is more than friend and teacher, mystic L, ld hero. He is our redeeming Lord. "v-ho gave Himlelt for ul th4t He might redeem us frvm 1 iniquity and purify tmto Him. Self people of His own zealous of good works." emphasis of the Church during Lent upon the Cross is misplaced but altogether in order, and you do well to live ab tntion to that emphasis that you may find your personal a.ur. Ie of forllveness and impetus and power for Iod/y living. It il the Christ of the Cross who "breaks the power of cancelled lilt." He is able" both to forgive the soul that has sinned and .tO butkl resistance ap.inst sin's further onslaughts. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN XI'. PULASKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND ...... i i I ii i I iii , I iiili 0000  %  e, %b $$$ I I I Spring Is CASH for Your SPRING EXPENSES tBIG EXPENSE Time! I i I I I I FARM BUREAU BUILDING + I II Thls ts the season when farm expenses skyrocket. PCA speci,qttes In loum to cover these expelmmO. PCA en'. only tho,e engaged In agriculture. work with and rely on PC#= for all your credit needs. Production Credit Association HAROLD T. RANKIN, Rpr. LINCOLN, IL I II