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TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961.--9 MORNING KINDERGARTEN HALLOWE'EN PARTY--Back Row, I. to r. Mrs. Robert Bates, room mother; Annette Hahn, Janis Fraim, Lorne Mittelsteadt, Susan Faith, Tom Martin, Virginia Fulk, Kent Letterle. Front row--Mrs. Charles Aylesworth, room mother; Terry Baker, Terry Allsopp, Dennis Loveall, Bill Bates, Brenda Aylesworth, Glenna Vaughan, Doug Jackson. --Times.News Photo. ! KINDERGAIrrEN ]LJ.,LOWEqEN Row, I. to r.--Mrs. Robert Shanle, Kevln Horn, I)ebra Drake, Becky Rebecca Musick, Randall Martin. Deb- , llahn, Betti Bobell. Front Row: Crystal Buckles, Larry Baker, Tom Bates, Mor- tie Meister, Kim Bowers, Sinabeth Johnson, Den. nis Peterson, Glen Shanle, Dale Schaffenacker. Absent was Mrs. Dee Buckles, room mother. Times- News Photo. DEPARTMENT of St..Tohn's Luth- School enjoyed a Hallowe'en party In the church basement on Wednesday night of last week.--Times-News Photo. MR. AND MRS. W. F. MIELKE of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary, Sunday, Oct, 29, at the Zion Luther. an Church, Mount Pulaski. with open house. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Clifford Vandevender of Mount Pulaski and they have two grandsons. Our Bible.. .... was given to us at :: great cost. So that this I.I i Book might have a great @ message to sin-burdened men it cost God Hi8 own @ Son, and it cost that Soe @ the sacrifice of Himself @ on Calvary's cross. @ To give to men this Book and its precious message cost the intense labors and anguish and blood of many a martyr in the early days after its completion. And to restore this Book to the common people after the Dark Ages cost the tremendous struggle of the Reformation period with more labors and tears and N sufferings and spilled blood This cosily treasure is yours, yours to use, to read. to @ enjoy, yoursto bringyou forgiveness, happiness, and  hope. How much do you pruze it? When did you read it last? @ The Lutheran Church is the Bible Church. Its pas.  tors are pledged to preach the Bible the whole Bible,  and no,hing but the Bible. The Church of the Re.  formation ha never fnrgottev the struggle of the Re- formation and its blessing of an opened Bible. It thanks God Ior that great blesimz and is determined rl to preserve it unadulterated in its pulpits and-mis- sionary program. The Church of the Open BibIe lm  vite'yIjO  LUTHERAN CHURCH Mr. Pulaski Chestnut Now Holland @@@@@@@@@@@@