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tchen Ling u. yal owin Vera | her band tee June Mrs' the nt mi]' hPD  :Ct r$ ,-n00w 1D LAVrMG ST. THOMAS CHURCH after Dedication Services for the new Church were held, starting at 11:30. of Columbus escort from Spring- 'r, at either side standing at attention with drawn swords. Bishop of Peoria, The Most Reverend John B. Franz, gave the dedication address. Rev. Edward M. Krewer is the local pastor, reTirees.News photo. DF.DICATION SERVICES were held Sunday, Sept. 3, at 11:30 for the beautiful new St. Thomas Aquinas Church" on South Lafay- ette Street. MR. AND MRS. MARTIN VOELK- ER announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Carol Ann to Robert D. Schrishuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrtshuhn, Sr., of Mount Pulaski. The wedding will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church in .".it Pulaski, Sunday, ,Sept. 17, at 8 p.m. by Rev. Martin H. Rothe. All relatives and friends are in- vited to attend. @@@@@@@@@@@@ MYSTERIES Did you ever raise a radish? You put a small, black seed into the black soil, and in a little while you retut'n to the garden and find the full-grown radish. The top is green, the body white and almost transparent, and the skin a delicate red or pink. Wha mysterious poer reaches out and gathers from the ground the particles which gve it form and size and flavor? Whose is 1.he invisible brush that trans- fers to the root, growing in darkness, the hues of the summer sunset? If we were to refuse to eat any:hing until we under- stand the mystery of its creation we would die of star- ration. But mystery, it seems, never bothers us at the dinner table. It is only in religion, the Bible, and in church that it causes us to hesilae. But just here is where we should expect mystery, in this mar-elous sphere higher than nature.. The Bible calla pastors "stewards of the MYSTERIES of God." They are "o make kntnvn the MYSTERY of the Gos- pel'.' God's Iove for sinful men, His grace to the un- deserving, His free forgiveness in Christ is all mys- tery. St> the Bible says: "Without controversy great is the MYSTERY of godliness, God was manifest in the flesh !" Don't be afraid of mystery here! Accept it as you  dowhen you eat your radisheso HNwRoad  ZloON LUTHERAN C Mr. Pulaski Cheatnut @+@ . o r i. ,Y TO AVOID DAMAGE To Our Underground Cables which are in the alleys and streets of Mount Pulaski, we would appreciate it very much if you will notify us prior to any digging or trenching for sewer connections, so that we may then locate our cables for you. Mount Pulaski in this car escaped with which went out of control after the collision Telephone Company Tuesday afternoon in a collision and wound up near the railroad track upside 121 near Heman about 3:30. Miss down. Mrs. Ella Suffern, 85, an occupant of the 17, and Miss Nancy Fritts, 17, other car, is in fair condition at St. Mary's were occupants of this Corvair hospital, Decatur. Times.News Photo.