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6---TIMES-NEWS. Mount Pulask:L ILl., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1961 MR. AND MRS. BURNELL p. STEINHAUER observed their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Feb. 15. An open house will be held in their honor on Sunday, Feb. 19, from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. %&apos; ZO .v,. o r,, o r % o. :i Ji; AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Mrs. Leona Hoaglin spent over Sunday night with the William Hefts. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks of Mt. Pulaski, and Judy Sue Cross of Decatur, were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence'Rau, Mr. and Mrs. Leamen Rau returned Friday from a two weeks trip to Florida. Cards were received from Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff- oral Rau stayed in the C. Rau home and are staying with them till they leave for Mason, Ariz to reside. If weather permits several of the WSWS ladies plan to attend the World's Day of Prayer service in the First M.E. Church in De- catur, Friday at 1:30 p.m. Local WSWS will serve lunch at Glenn Rau and Son closing out sale on Feb. 23. Bake some pies please. A lot of foggy weather Thurs- day night and all day Friday and night  froze on and Saturday noon was cracking off trees like sleet. Thawed a lot Saturday and Sunday - only snowdrifts left. Soft and squashy Monday A.M. The redbird was singing again Sunday (did those cold days) and meadow larks have arrived. NW wind and fog by afternoon Mon- day. Pink clouds Tuesday A.M. - frosty. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rau and Mrs. Welge took dinner and helped Mrs. Elizabeth Rau celebrate his 91 birthday at her home in De- eatur Sunday. The Marion Alsups and Wm Raus went in for the afternoon. ed snow - frost not out of ground yet.  We want to thank every one who helped in any way to make , hestnut .am and an Sup the success that it was, for tlie Benefit of the Polio Fund, all the workers, contributors at the supper and those who sent cash, also, for the use of the school. i A few lakes in fields from melt- t? now - fro., t  ot out of g ro WE THANK YOU W want to thank every" m helped in any way tom r hestnut Ham and Bear S r the success that it was, 3enefit of the Polio Fur d, , workers, contributors t pler and those who sent c , for the use of the school Earl Holmes Todd Buehler mm "USED" APPLIANCES REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC RANGES GAS RANGES AUTO. DRYERS WRINGER WASHERS T.-V.'s AT Stahl Hardware FULLY COOKED LB. PEACHES GREEN PEAS Red CHERRIES RAGEDY ANN Sliced or Halves Elberta Freestone RAGGEDY ANN Fancy Pee Wee RAGEDY ANN Fancy Pitted Tomato JUICE ".r 4 o. $1 Lean  HAM ROAST .,, Poo. lb. 5 $1  SLICED HAM  c,. lb. TIN SKINLESS WIENERS ^o,.  Star Pkg. ,, GROUND BEEF  3-lb. SWISS STEAK "" A , lb. CATSUP :::io.  6. $1 GREEN BEANS -,,." 6 , $1 MILK 3 99 SEV COCKEa 4" d d Golden-Ripe g d REFRIGERATED | t- mm BISCUITS/--z- 13C "' ._ Priced Higher Lb. Extra Fancy - CRISP--LARGE SIZE V ' Head Lettuce ,o. 29 ,o ._ ....... _,_. CHERRIOS .,--,..o , OR : "':.'  " WHEATIES <  Pascal Celery 2 ,o. 29! ,:: :-----__ . ,  _ ePc ': : 27--:"'": r milk. '  FISH STICKS Birds leTe 3 PRk: $I .p " - .":"''" ORANGE JUICE ma * 4 :' tin. r !!i: . L .'" STEAK DINNERS SaIsT RTl'ze 4 } JL11n  -- S&H  STAMPS C NN We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities o,,, are eo,00imnt00 ,owe,-,iit