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LOGAN COUNTY FARM BUREAU OFFICERS--left to right: James Cowan Mount Pulaski Vice-President: Herman Bauer, Lincoln, President: Byron Herington. Treasurer: Harold Kruse, Beason, Secretary. MISS CAROL GOODPASTER, Miami, Florida, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Ernest Goodpaster, former residents of Mount Pulaski, is announcing her engagement to Pfc. John Goodman of Miami. No date has been set for the wedding. ROGER LYN. 6, ALAN LEE. 10 months, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Deimar Rentshler. Decatur. Moth- er was formerly Juanita Vail. Grandparents, Mrs. Ethal Rentmeister, Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rentshler, Rochester. Great grandmother, Mrs. Nettie Beckers. jamb--- MY FIGHT ISN'T OVERMarylln Boyette, of Rutherford, Tenn., has learned to write for the second time in her 12 years. This was one stage in Marylln's fight against polio which crippled her arms. Some cases take a long time and a lot of money. That's how the March of Dimes helps. You can help, too, by eontribut. ing generously to the 1951 Campaign this January. Y .t J Fm Fo