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PICTORIAL WEEKLY MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUG. 23. 1951 NUMBER 4 k liONORING DON WIBLE FAMILY(Texmas) at Recreation Center with a potluck dinner. Seated(left to right): Steve Romer, Mrs. Harry Martin, Steve Martin. Mrs. Frank Passmore, Mrs. Rella Walters. Mrs. Paul Beidler, Diekie Romer, Gary Diane Wible. Mrs. John Curtis, Lynn Romer, Mrs. Russell Viekie Passmore, Mrs. Frederick Zimmermann and daughter ilde A SUGGESTIVE SIGN i & .i8 a sign over the door of a small tailoring ag establishment located in one of our ' cities which reads: ! l'Live to Dye, I Dye to Live I e  [l] The More I Dye the More I Lv  I If_ The More l Lie the More I Dye "-'U" words aloud and you will hear a grea00 .)ruth. Holy Scripture expresses this truth in ht:' ys. St. Paul wrote: "1 am crucified with ', eVertheless I live; yet not 1 but Christ liveth g. Lial. 2:20). And again: :'likewise reckon  YOUrselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but t (od through Jesus Christ our Lord." :[Itte .11.) In his letter to the Philippians he r.r o me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." [L' j e We die to sin, the more we will live for our 'us Christ. And the more we live for Christ, ][,t :Ve will die to sin and self. The Chri.'stian [d le to sin and to live his life in the s ervme of L.I -" And when finally his sinks into death, Itin an even body [ d. God. greater life, eternal life with his lrlatian man, ill of an incurable disease, wrote to a friend, "'1 am still in the land of the ]-, ut after a moment's thought he struck out rds and wrote, "'l am still in the land of the |" at I hope soon to be in the land of the living. V00'S ]MP00 CO. Ann. Standing: Mrs. and R. C. Romer. Mrs. and Donald Wible, John Curtis, Paul Beidler, Frederick Zimmermann. Mrs. Harry Wible, Tom Romer. Harold Hargrave, Mrs. Harold Hargrave, Ann Hargrave, Harry Martin. Jim Romer, Bob Romer. Russell Curtis, Frank Passmore, Colleen Manes, Mar)' Ann Chumbley. --Times-News Photo. COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS not only like their "horses" but plenty of juicy water. melon as the)' participated in the closing day activities of the summer playground season. --Times-News Ph oto, WATERMELON HAPPY are these youngsters who are a few of the more than 100 who attended the closing day at the summer playground season at Tomlinson Recreation Friday afternoon, August 17.Times-News Photo.