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> 7 RICKY lAY, 5 months old, with his mother Mrs. Gustavus Stuart, Tokyo, Japan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stuart, Mount Pulaski. Gus Stuart is now in gov- ernment teaching in Tokyo. FOR CULLIOAN $|RViCE PHONE 2-5418 A popular birthday card asks the question: "What is a Hus- band ?" It contains a witty descrip- tion of the typical American husband and reads in part: 'A husband is the handiest thing invented. How else could a wife get furniture moved, the phone company bawled out, the dresser drawer unstuck, the finance company reasoned with, the zipper fixed, her back rubbed, her supper praised or the tip of her nose kissed?" This is one Of a dozen word- portraits from a collection by Rust Craft entitled "Candids," dealing with the whole family, plus "friend" and "sweetheart." "What is a Girl?" According to the verse editors she "is innocence playing in the mud. beauty standing on its head, and motherhood dragging a doll by the foot." And her little boy friend, portrayed on another card, "is truth with dirt on his face, beauty with a cut on his fing- er, wisdom with bubble gum in his hair, and the hope of the future with a frog in his nocket." BOY HUGS GIRL was just as exciting a number of years ago as it "seems" to be now. In this snapshot the only one who seems to be enjoying the experience is Emogene Veech while Little Bud- dy Passmore looks a bit shy. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE SW2-5113 MOUNT PULASXL ILL. i APRICOTS = WHOLE . UNPEELED PUFFED RICE "= C:E LL.O PE. SWEET PICKLES'" COFFEE "="' 2  $1 19 THURS. - FRL SAT. TIN i SAUERKRAUT "=" 2  290 PORK & BEANS PUMPKIN -. CUSTARD CHUNK TUNA ,,-, GOOD LUCK MARGARINE l-Lb. Crts. Ready-to-Serve Rays Chili S E E :P'  3Its. I Floyd FRED HOL "''' a IIFi t:1nno] " w i igays. The FOR YOUR !Csti - :the oh1 TRENCH WORK ,. , " -" The Luther in Making t: all-da Sewer Connectio!!;,, DIAL $W 2-5617 MOUNT Phurc KRAFT Sliced Cheese :bring ,, Pot lucl lloon. ] and o lar rne The of Che ,,.o 10c MILK 3 , 2 3 Wear 1 Men of the Sture the hc 328 p( The St. Jol rneet PORK ROAS : 2 P.Zn, ' The L huLUthe: POT PIES ..o.s I STRAWBERRIES With  tess.  rh BACON SOUARES --2Sc BONELESS  r( PORK STEAK.:.,  49 Lean - Juicy wV  at Fre Lt ..,, Jl, raeeti GROUND BEEF ., 3 $1.19 R o I I d  o SLICEDBACON 2 - 69 v  lead , : the ; PRUNE JUICE  i e, CHEF.nO't-All.DEE 1 Brede] PERCH 39c SPAGHETTI& Meat Bds [ Torah  Chain 3 79 MASHED POTATOES 2  o The 3 69 ,,'in , Mary Northern Grown :' friend eo Who ing tt below Lydia o th -leth(  RED Potatoes SOlois CHARMIN a,, , NO. 1 MEDIUM GOLDEN DELICIOUS Toilet Tissue YELLOW ONIONS APPLE ,,.o