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was tmaay, May his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mueller.Baek row, left to right:- Mrs. Delward Leimbaeh, Richard Muelter, Jr., and daughter; Louis French, Mrs. Louis French, Forrest Mueller and daughter; Dick Mueller. Middle row: Mrs. Dick Mueller. Mrs. Richard Mueller and daughter. Mrs. Forrest Mueller. Front Row: Marilyn Leimbach, Nancy French, Ann Leimbach, Judith French, Billy Leimbach. --Times-News Photo. GOD DOESN'T LIVE AT OUR HOUSE Five-year-old Margaret and her brother were frequent vis- itors in the home of a neigh- bor. One of the things over which little Margaret pondered as she visited tense's home was the family prayer. Hortense read out of the big black book and afterward to God as if He were very near and dear to the nl Sometimes the family would join in singing a of praise. One morning when Margaret had present at prayertime. Hortense's mother "'Margaret. don't you pray at your house?" garet shook her head sadly, and said, "No. you God doesn't live at our house like He does at Margaret's home was a good home. But if the girl wanted to meet God. the heavenly Father, had to go next door. He just wasn't included family circle. Margaret's "good home" best thing of all, the one thing needful to really good home--worship and prayer. ZION LUTHERAN CHESTNUT -- LINCOLN -- MT. PULASKI -- NEW SPRIN TUNE- TIME- Now is the time to give your car a spring tune.up PLACE f UGSPURGER" LEINES ,,+. llIt W H Y--Your car needs adjusting and tuning wb@ weather conditions change from extremely cold to warlP and hot. THE MAESTRO, as depicted by Don Neaville at the school band party Monday night was one of the highlights of the program. His attire needs no description. He portrayed Les We,'ntz directing the state first division rated overture. "Cocktails For Two." --Times-News Photo. WE CAN DO THE JOB RIGHT! BECAUSE WE HAVE  + Factory Tr lined Mechanics P 18 Years Experience )P'v+ ].  Modern Factory-Type Tools INSURANC OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Phone 46 Mount Pulaski, I11. I Augspurger & Pleines, Inc. Buick . Chevrolet Dealer Lincoln, Illinois