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COACH CARROLL WOOD in a fourth quarter huddle explains to his Normal quintet what they were going to have to do against rUlaski to stop them. It worked so well that Pulaski's 23 point .a.rgin dwindled to only 9 points as the game ended with the 'aUltoppers winning 63.54. --Times-News Photo. TIMES.NEWS (Mount Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1951 BARRY BAHN 61) has just dopped in a basket in the Normal- Pulaski game which the locals won 63-54, Friday night Armstrong 58), Mason 56), Mears (44), (Campbell (26). and Wilson is ehown leaping into the air. --Times-News Photo. # TWO PARTICIPANTS in the Style Show at the School Band Party recently held at the Legion Home. Left is Jim Romer as a sissy and Dick Ey as a dangerous vamp. Richner Photo. MICHAEL EUGENE, 3 years, and Richard, 14. months, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Wachter, Latham. Mickey and Rickey are grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wachter, all of Latham. Great- grandmothers are Mrs. Alice Janvrin, Decatur, arid Mrs. Lizzie Miller, Latham. IERIICA'S ILARGIEST AND I:INEST LOW-PlRIICEID CAn ! 00es-refreshinglg new WITH FINEST QUALITY ALL THE WAY THROUGH I Buy the car that's refreshingly new, and thoroughly proved, too . . . the new 1951 Chevrolet! It's more dependable, more desirable. from its time-proved Powerglide Auto- matic Transmission* for finest no-shi/r driving and Silent Synchro-Mesh Trans- mission for finest standard driving at lowest cost to its time-proved Valve-in- Head engine performance. So powerful and efficient that Valve-in-Head design is the trend-leader of the industry! Take one look at the following features --and then visit our showroom and see Chevrolet for 1951 in all its sterling quality-and you'll know it's America's largest and finest low-priced car. Better see it-today! Nk'IW AMERICAN BEAUTY DESIGN * NEW AMERICA-PREFERRED BODIES BY FISHER MORE POWERFUL JUMBO-ORUM BRAKES NEW MODERN-MODE INTERIORS NEW SAFETY-SIGHT INSTRUMENT PANEL * NEW IMPROVED CENTER-POINT STEERING W/TH TIME-PROVED POWERG/ide AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. IbCoab/nation of Pow;/Ide Aufomotlc rranmison and | 05-h.O. engine opl on Oe [uxe mode/s at oxtro cost. Augspurger & Pleines, CH3EVROLET D -- LINCOLN, J, INOIS