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I I I ! of a stria ] tha  tbc iItural years LOSC 11 is tbt N t Point to see Your YOur first op- designs in and exterior to help you and prefer- individual Planning the or obtaining planning to visit us Presentation or re- Our experi- at your M,rkel . l)S S]ItVICE DAIRY h Veqetable s " C]IClCENS - 71 PORTION OF HUGE CROWD which attended the Tuesday after- noon session of the Cooking School at high school. --Times-News Photo. i i Privale Enemy No. I A noted newspaper columnist has stated that, after reading more than 90,000 let- ters from his readers, he was convinced that "Fear is private enemy No. 1." The great and the lowly, the rich and the poor, the cultured and the unlettered--it made no difference--through every level of society there ran, like a poisoned stream, the paralyzing disease of fear. But God doesn't want us to be afraid and has given us a religion that banishes fear. An angelic "Fear not'." introduces both, the first Christmas and the first Easter message. "Fear not" is the divine overture which might well be prefixed to every Bible promise "There shall no evil befall thee." "Your heavenly F,ther knoweth that ye have need of these things." Do such promises leave any room for fe,ar? God explains why His children can be .without fear when He says: "Fear not; "for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine." St. Paul reasons this way: "If God be for us, who can be :gainst us? He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for u all, how shall He not with Him free- ly give us all things?" ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CHESTNUT -- LINCOLN -- ,IT. PULASKI -- NEW HOLLAND ou have to hand it to Buick engineers. What they've done to this 1951 SPF+CIAL is nothing short of a minor miracle. They've stepped up its style with a brand- new body, an eager new thrust-ahead look, a gleaming new forefront that's as ruggedly protective as it is stunning to see. They've stepped up the smartness of its in- ter/ors with the smartest fabrics that ever graced the interior of this Buick Series. They've stepped up the safety, by the sharp new clarity of white.glow instrument mark- ings more easily read at night. They've stepped up the power to the highest ratings in SPOAL history--120 horsepower with Snchro.Mesh transmission, 128 with Dynaflow Drive. They've come up with a car that's new in everything Ir0m the ground up-and a price that's the best news of all. So, if you've been toying with thoughts of buying a lesser car-better come in and see how easy it is to step up to this thrifty marvel. ,r-c,.in,,., ,,,-,. ,/,,  ,,,ore,&, ':re ,,,, DYNAFLOW DRIVE* FIREBALL POWER 4-WHEEL COIL SPRINGING DUAL VENTILATION PUSH-BAR FOREFRONT TORQUE-TUBE DRIVE WHITE-GLOW INSTRUMENTS DREAMLINE STYLING BODY BY FISHER ,Stamd, ard o ROADMASTER, olvtional ot trez e,ot o offur Sri. WHEN BETrEIt AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILt BUILD n4rt ea] Jhllmul Price l tie ..ew .1951Bick pectai 4..door (wpa sse nge Jloor 6-passenger --. DeLuxe Sedan DeLuxe =eaan MODEL 48D MODEL 41D li;,trote) Optional equipment, occessorles, state and Iocol taxes, If any, odditional. Prices may vary slightly+ in udio!ning communltles due to shipping charges. All prices subleCt to change wfmout no.el. Tune ++ HENRY J. TAYLOR, A.BC Network, every Monday evening. YOUR FY TO GREATER VALU Augspurger & P leines, Inc. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEMAIS- HNCOLN, ILLINOIS n 7. :t } tt t, ' ) m :Ziiii