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PAGE FOUR PICTORIAL SECTION, MOUNT p['L-KI TINIES-NEVS NEW YORKER VISITS HEREDona{d C. Be[tiler, a native of Mount Pulaski, and a member o the photographic {;rm of Beidler and ViXen Stu;os, Inc., J%4nhasset, Lonq Island, N. Y., who are leaders in their particular flelcJs o child portraiture and landscap[nq photoqraphy, left Sunday mornlnq on his re- furn frip home afier a week's visit with his 6roChcrs, Paul and Rell, nd ofher reiatlves. VERSATILE it for the small medium-sized farms Here theyarethe money-savingJohnDeere No. 11-A and No. 12-A Straight-Through Com- bines-the two greatest small combines ever oferedfor operators of small or medium- sized farms who have wanted a John Deers quality-built combine to fit their acreage and pocketbook. These combines open a new short cut through harvest-save time, money and hard work--make threshing a family affair---do better, faster work in all small grains, soy beans, kaffirs, clovers, and other combinable seed crops. No. II-A, with 54- inch bar and 6-inch gather, cuts a 5-foot swath; No. 12-A, with 66-inch bar and 6- inch gather, cuts 6 feet. Come in and learn all about these out- standing combines. C. F. Schafer Hardware Co. Mother's Day May 11th You could shop miles of store aisles and still find no gift more appropriate for Mother than a box of fine silk stock- ings. We'll Wrap Them Ever So "Gi" loll,s ,0.,.o, 79C M 3 Pr. $2.25 cL0000's THURSDAY, CAR CRASH KILLS MOTHER ANI) TER--Mrs. Flora Sarqent, and her nine-year-old dauor w,-, ld4 fw.o ofher .younger ( Idren serlu- onday mornmq when their car wa an Illinois Terminal rai[road fra[n east of Buffa(o. .... WITH A DRESS FROM OUR NEW SUMMER COLLECTION [rl, h tl t Here's one of those rare finds --  wstab dress that "does something" for everY woman who tries It on! Easy to get Into and out of  easy to reach in -- easy to tub and Iron  ftattextng to wear. $1.50 Itt Cleat's. Sheers and Print Frocks $1.00 to $1.95 Size 11 to 17 -- 14 to 52 Wash Silks $1.95 to $3.95 HANKIES FOR YOUR MOTHER Sheer Irish Linens, whis .................... 25 Colorful Linens ................................... 25c SLIPS FOR MOTHER Satins, Bemberg Rayon and Silk $1.00 to $1.95 in Tea Rose Hand Bags !1.00 CLEAR'