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With Pen in Hand That's the modern, con- venient way to shop. With pen and checkbook. It's safer, too, than carrying cash, and besides, your check automatically becomes your receipt. Open your checking account here today and, when you shop. go with pen in hand. FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corporation DY ANDEF, SON, daughter of and Mrs. Ira .Anderson, of tham. WORLD TURNS PERMANENTS i !ter What your hair are, we have a to suit the trouble. like our superior of permanent waving so reasonable too ! Phone 871 now BEAUTY SHOP Over Kresges RUBY CRUM FOR CROSS ization Ins. "CA LL-- CLIFF 0LLIS CRESTNUT, ILL. PHONE 19 Polio Insurance 8. G. GARD, Jr. :tou and Correction of the EYES "SE E ou,.o !lq  83233 Springfield o11 ;t) r Appointment 7 South Washington PULASKI, ILLINOIS WANTED! MEN AND VOMEN lolt WORK IN POULTRY brMElrr A RELIGION of GRACE Reduced to their simplest and most essen- tial teachings, almost all religions are basical- ly selfish, for they urge man to be good in the hope of thereby gaining special favor for life and winning'heaven for eternity. Christianity, on the other hand, is a religion of grace. It preclaims the promise of , unmerited temporal blessirigs: "He maketh His ...... sun to shine on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and unjust"; and it proclaims the promise of eternal life through faith in Christ. the Savior: "By grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of works." The true Christian therefore strives to please God by living righteously, not because he hopes to be rewarded for his goodness, but because he must express his love and gratitude for unlimited blessings received and reserved. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH" " CHESTNUT -- LnqCOLN -- MT. PULASKI -- NEW HOLLAND 24-Hour Service to this community is not * a mere phrase  IT'S A FACT. Your Telephone is at your service DAY and NIGHT, whether your call is due to an emergency, or is just a friendly one. q Make use of your Telephone DAY or NIGHT--it is your privilege. Mount Pulaski Telephone Co. LINCOLN, ILL. | USHERETTES Colleen Manes and Doris Schroth, who assisted at the cooking school, modelled dresses from the Grace Curtis store. We are sorry the picture we took of the other two usherettes, Frances McCubbin and Shirley Schahl, was a double exposure and couldn't be used. --Times-News Photo. TRACY BROS. WILLIAMSVILLE, ILL. Phone. 11711 the herd noted for GREAT brood s o w s DUROC Fall Boar and Gilt Sale Friday NIGHT APRIL 13th -at Logan Co. Fair Grounds LINCOLN, ILL. HEAD! Time 7:30 p.m., in the new 4-H Show Pavilion. Fair grounds located at intersections of Routes 66, 121, and 10, Lincoln, Illinois. A GOOD BOAR COSTS YOU NOTHING | Figure for yourself: 100 pigs weighing an extra 20 pounds at 180 days (easily gain- ed thru better breeding) amounts to an EX- TRA $400 figured at 204: per pound. These boars CAN add that much and MORE ex- tra weight to your fall pig crop. Use one of these big 300 pound and over boars. Buy at your own price . . . help yourself to EXTRA profits. The grits are tope . . . will farrow bigger, huskier litters for you next fall Recorded pedigree furnished. Each animal a guar- anteed breeder. Sale will be held rain or shine. Excellent lunch served. Gaule and Peters, Auctioneers. Be SURE to Write for Catalog - Complete details given. Drop a postcard to R. F. McCreary, Sale Manager, Arnold Rd., East Peoria, I11. Do It Today t !: :i!!