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March 23, 1961

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PRODUCTS PROMOTION was held all day at Zim's Super Market by mernrs of Committee of Logan County Farm a: Shirley Holmes, a customer; Carol Shoup, assisting; Earl Maxheimer, Brother of the Brush; Mrs. Harold Schmidt, Chairman of Women's Committee of Farm Bureau, and Mrs. Walter Horn, a committee member. --Times-News Photo. he eag a Chestnut, announce  genaent and approachin .Ye, t ge ,Of their dau,hter , ,E" aYron R. B,a  ' '- '*- fin, son OI Lydi=' 'wartl Ba ia 13a- hn and the late _Ara.. hn, of Chestnut. Miss s'xmz L  employed at the . u. nk in Mt Pulaski, and C'cm. is employed at Ars t L oerviea Station in Chest- FOR 8EJlVll:E 2-5418 tow COST t.,. PROTE'ION r'htr. 9Uarsnhm @vem r-ur Co-" UVllvtna, ,rs to house a.ttQU j 9 or COntents  further termite -" Ir Inr 164 ILUNO .  = lV. CO. Contact the Garden Club Relative to Planting Petunias For the Sil-Tennial CAR T %, SPECIAL REMNANT SALE SOl Nylon SOWO0 o $"  $, $166.80 $289.57 ,,, ,"o%  N LY ON ,#, " DLEWO' .. ,e >.., About 40 Ofher Remnants at Cost or Below. Many Rolls of 501 Nylon --- $5.95 and $6.95 per yard. WAYSIDE FURNITURE I I I I II III I ONE MILE SOUTH OF OPEN 9 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. MONDAYThru CLINTON ON U.S. 51 FRIDAY - SATURDAY . 'TIL 6:00 P.M. $299.34 501 Nylon DOVE GRAY BRYAN BARRY NORDI"KE, four weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Nordyke, Park Forest, I11. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Payne, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nordyke, Elkhart.