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IO-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971 AUSTIN NEWS Mrs. Mildred Ruberg and Steve took Jim back to college KATTIE XER'WOOD in Aurora Sunday and visited a nephew who has had knee sur- Apr. 19. Sympathy to the See- gery. feldt family of Latham. S.S. attendance 20. Com- Steve Ruberg was one of the reunion service May 2 with Rev. 7 H.S. students of W-L to corn- Pattison present. The Earl pete in the Scholastic Bowl corn- (Herby) Rau family gave one of etition sponsored by Wether the 2 Easter lilies, were nice yet eld H.S. in Kewanee, on Sat. Sunday. The new home N.W. edge of On fast time Sunday, turn Latham has built up rapidly, clocks up an hour. We like it. Surprised to see how much when Oh, how dry it is. Better not to Latham Wed. waste water if a drought is to be. Home Bureau meets 27 with A sprinkle Tuesday and few Elizabeth Johnston. Maxine J. drops Friday Night. In 80'g the lesson, couple days. Still Friday. A N.E. wind Sunday to 80, corn plant- ing, oats show green. Apricot trees, magnolias, narcissi, few tulips and wild flowers bloom- ing. Hot sun and strong winds bad on them. Spading in truck patch Friday, out crawled big- gest brown road ever saw, so buried it in another place. A big snake in sun 2 days, uncovered a big black toad in W. yard when raking leaves, etc. NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Logan County will meet in the Court House in Lincoln, on Mon- day, April 26th, 1971, at 2:00 p.m. for the purpose of perfect- ing an organization, for electing a Chairman and for transacting such other business as may come before said Board. Weldon B. Frantz Logan County Clerk It takes longer to wound cut by a sharp by a knife. Thank You For Your Support At The Recent Election. WANETA IVlILNER EISNER MIRACLE PRICES ARE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOR YOU! YOU Get Dou.ble Savings..........,.....,.., with Miracle Prices and Bonus " DEL MONTE Fresh, Lean Cut Green o." Ground Beans " Beef tb. U.S.D.A. Grade 'A' BLUEBROOK Fresh Fryers Bartl tt  Breasts e ounce lb. Pears '"o "'",. , Legs Thighs ! ,,eo BOUNTY USDA Government Pastel, White omb. Inspected & Decorated on Economical . Paper Towels 8reokFostFullYCked' 0. Pork Steak Ham Slices lb. 98 EISNER ,, .u.,. Fully Cooked Sandwich o., Smoked Center Cut b. Bread i ]Ham " U. S. Cv't. Inspected Pork Cutlets lb. 89 c CALIFORNIA us. Government Inspected TRADEWINDS Boston Butt LUSCIOUS & R|PEQ.a. Pork Fish & Lb.  Roast Chips ' "' 23 o..,..,. Celery e ,o, .o,,,o 19 Swiftning , .... . Variety Pak ,,ooo:. 95 .o. , ,, ..... Carrots , ouod o " -'"' Carnation BreakNst ,,. Blue Bell Smokies 69 zs,o 3 Pound Ba 9 "":" Jonathan Apples 4 S ..o.,, Honey Loaf  ..... 81 Chunk Tuna o .... EEK DAYS--8:00 A.M. to GI00O RG':'S FO0 DS I I [] i