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February 16, 1961     Times
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February 16, 1961

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RED WING CAROLYN SHEEHAN was the honored at a llaneous shower given at the house in Latham last Thursday evening. She will wed Robert Townsend of Decatur in March. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sheehan of Latham. --Times-News Pho. The editor of a newspaper caught a typographical error that could have led him into Dante's Inferno. The story read that the board of  of the town had resigned in a body "be- cause their cuties had been taken over by the County School Board. II A SHOW Lighten every step . . . and get firm, comfortable support for :,our arch with Cush-N-Step, Wedge-shaped soles. Soft, pliable, Chocolate Elk Leather shapes itself to your foot and ankle. Get more comfort, too, with Red Wing's oriqtnal Sweat-proof insole. No cracking. No curling. No pinching your foot. You get a comfortable fit for the life of your shoe, And for the best shoe buy of your life... BUY RED WING Look for thlz label... OTHER STYLES FROM $8.95 to $13.95 Huston & Paolone Men's Store Your Headquccrters For Bed Wing Shoes A MAID .... ,=: AND MRS. JOHN ROBERT GORDON were united in marriage 27, 1960. The bride is the former Judith Clair Heinzel, dau- of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Heinzel of Middletown. The groom son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gordon of Lincoln. HERE'S WHERE YOUR ENGINE GETS NEW PEP! Engine sluggish on the start, slow on the pick-up.. -, and eating up gas like all get- out? Better drive in for a check-up. Maybe a complete overhaul is needed. If so, you Can depend on our skilled mechanics to do the job RIGHT! Come, see us soon. HOLMES GARAGE Mmud Pulaski expert workmanship AND A SUNTAN Electricity helps entertain you on TV and radio. It helps you clean, wash and cook. Even offers you a special lamp for a winter suntan. Ever stop to count all the electric appliancos serving you right now in your home? You'll be surprised how many there are l Best of all, they do their work for only pennies an hour, dimes a day. Yes, electricity is just about the best bargain you can get these daysl