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MRS. A. J. DAVIS, and great- grandson. Jeffrey Thomas Laatsch. 2'.,-year-old, Lake Fork, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laatsch. DIANE SUE, 6-months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hahn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Gulso and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hahn. --Times.News Photo. P AVE yOU ever wondered how it would feel to go the limit on power and com- fort and quality in an automobile? Or how it would feel to be lord and master of a car that can take its place with the finest in the "fine-car field"? Then, sir, this is a call to action. The first action is yours-the simple action- of getting in touch with a Buick dealer and planting yourself behind the wheel of a ROADMASTER. Then let this great-powered and dazzling performer take over. There's action in every one of the 152 horsepower in its Fireball engine-more action than most proud owners of this eager beauty will ever use. There's counter-action in its gentle and sure- gripping brakes, the finest that Buick has ever.engineered. But there's also luxury-the luxury of double-depth Foamtex cushions and custom upholstery-and of ample roadweight. IVlbom IIlXer antolnobll are bllt llulek will bmUd them magnificently poised on coil springs which individually cushion every wheel. There's a spacious feeling of room, above and ar}und you-room that is unsurpassed anywhere in the fine-car field. And to make every mile effortless and relaxed,there's the very exclusive advantage of Dynaflow Drive-not as an "extra," but as a standard ROADMASTER feature. So why not drop in and satisfy yourself, as our guest, that here indeed is a fine car that goes the limit-in everything but price! Check for yourself what others ask-and what others offer-and you'll discover ROADMASTER prices a call to action that a wise man can't ignore. Tune in HENRY J. TAYLOR,/C Neor/. every tlondoy eveni/g. YOUR KEY TO 3REATER VALUE Augspurger & P leines, Inc. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS .--LINCOLN, ILLINOIS GRADE PLAYERS THEIR "BIG Now that the teen state high finals were last Saturday gymnasium in fevered anxiety fans has subsid the chain feated Moline, ner. b) a score But, here is school boys high school pla) ),ears. and you The scene s area. For the history of and 8th grade four first awarded. The article is reproduce, but be found herein. West Suburt) state that no held. so the ed first place Elmhurst and In the hurst 7th hind in the to win 25-24 Norman EdWa: Mr. and Mrs. E',mhurst. laski, was the as, with 3 and Villa Pad{ threw the ball in the directiOO To the surprise the sphere giving the row one.point tory. For the Elm 7th graders, one of the team's drive honors this Norman. who here. is a rar ward 0. Eddy of MoUn LOGAN MEET FRIDAY, A meetin county Dersnnal has been day. March 30, schel Shrader, The sessment duties ELKHART RED CROSS W;th $245.45 z eainst a Butt_ll. Cross fund drive, ship, reported Cnunty Drive Hrris. Elkhart was tnwnship to the