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March 16, 1961

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Mount Pulmki, IlL, THURSDAY, MABCff 16, 1961 Jz m Gs'rERs who received their Western uare Dance diplomas, at the Tomlinson ation Center last Thursday evening, after a series of 10 lessons taught by Bruno Zeni, of Decatur. --Times.News Photo. there'00 no other bread like THOMAS LOUIS MOOIJ, 3 mon- ths old son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Moore, Mount Pulaski. His grandmothers are Mrs. Flossie Moore, Mount Pulaski and Mrs. Alta Scott, Springfield. His great- grandmother is Mrs. Ada Jones, Chicago. DR. AND MR& V. ]. SOUXUP of Chestnut, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Vieki Jo to John L. Suter, of Glenview and Evanston, Illinois. 00T00RMINIX/ SUTTERNUT I DIF_/4 NEW LOW COST l PROTECTION Now, Butternut Bread, baked by the Insured guarantoo ovenl repair costs to house, TENDR-KURL Process, slays fresh and building or contents ' flavorful so much longer/ ]'hat's because the ! should further termite finer, more tender texture of Butternut Bread damsge occur. i seals in goodness, freshness and flavor, BY 164 IUJlfll OMPANII Bring home a/oaf, today/ Try your lender touch IVT.  F on the springy freshness of Butternut Bread.  & r. CO. MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS "Tut-tut--nothing but Butternut Bread" Copyright, Interstate Bake/Yes Com., 160 elvmll