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'L.WE PISENTED to these men at the Paul V^ b meeting last Thursday: (left to right): tel_ le, attendance award- Carleton Drake at- ,-ce; Bill Dittus, attendance and key mem'ber- I|RVIC| .lqqvS, Momlt  111., TIlURSDA, APRIL 20, 1961--3 ship; Ray Letterle, attendance and key mem- bership; and, Charles Holmes, who received his membership certificate.--Times-New Photo. MAYOR ELMER SCIIAFFF.NACIUCR receives a pmque commemor- ating the Sil-Tennial from Herschel Vandevender at the Lions Club meeting last Thursday. --Times-News Photo. % MR. AND MRS. MARVIN C. HUTCHCRAFT of Glendale, Mo,, announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their only daughter, June Ann, to Jerry R. Reich, of Chicago. The couple is planning a July wedding. @ Pontiac's Catalina! Trophy V-8 Power. Wide-Track balance. Nothing handles like it, hustles like it. No car anywhere near its price is anywhere near it. Drive one and you'll have one delivered. PONTIAC-THE ONLY WIDE.TRACK CAll! Pontiac has the widest track of any caL Body width trimmed to reduce side over- hang. More weight balanced between the wheels for sure-footed driving stability. P00)]00liac. Catalina! SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER W. L. AUGHENBAUGH KENNEY, ILLINOIS q L. IL COLVER. forestry specialist University of Illinois, who super, i vised the planting of 150 evergreen trees at the farm home of Harry ' Martin, Jr., south of Mount Pulaski. last week, is shown In attic. - --'Hmes.Nea Photo, 4 in i i i iii i iiilll , Your Shepherd? "The Lord i= my ShepherdV' That Lord is Jesus Christ, as He Himself explains in John, chapter 10. And the chief character- [stic which makes Him our Shepherd is this: "The Good Shepherd giveth His life for the sheep." The death of Christ on Cah'ary is the measure of His goodness and the great mean= by which He rescues the lost. In other words, unless you believe in Jesus as the Savior from sin the Twent'-third Psalm is not for you. But if you have ac- cepted Him as the Son of God who gave Himself or you and in living and dying as your proxy has cleansed you from your sin and made you righteous and acceptable in the sight of Holy Cod, then all the rich comfort of that great Psalm is yours. You can xmfidently trust Him to care for you in life sad death and in eternity. Then this is His description of you and His promise to you: "My sheep hear My voice, and I }mow them, and they follow Me and I give unto them eternal life. And they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of My hand." .ive this your serious consideration and make sure you have a right to say: "The Lord is My Shepherd." ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN Mr. PULAa I ClfE|TINUT NEW HOLLAND a a , i a