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AUSTIN NEWS lit/hztUe Keslnmd Saw lot of pretty tulips at Dr. A. F. Williams rural home Thurs- day as to Latham. A bridal shower for Jo Sulli- van in church, Friday evening. She and Mike Johnston will wed in June. K. Behrens, our mail carrier, is bereft of his brother in Peoria. Funeral was held there Thurs- day. Patricia Heft of Flora, spent the weekend with home folks. Her grandmother, Mr Lenoa Hoaglin accompanied her home Sunday. Mrs. Ray Trowbridge was tak- en to the D&MC hospital Wed- nesday, thor a heart attack. Tests proved not, then thought shingles then seemed respiratory trouble of pleurisy in chest. Dale Weant of Saybrook was here Sunday to tell us Mrs. Ted Hunter would undergo surgery Monday in Bloomington for a slipped disc in her back. She is daughter of Rev. and Mrs. B. C. DuttmL The Mother-Daugher supper Thursday evening was attended by 43. Took lot sweeping and mopping to get the water out of basement. Mrs. Helen Rau and Mrs. H. Clark furnished flowers for tables - jonquils and tulips. Specials were organ number by Connie Southern and piano by Pare Heft, Girls' trio and quar- tet sangs and a skit by four girls. The new tables purchased by WSWS were initiated. Mrs. Rex Rau, daughter-in-law Mrs. Curtis i Rau and baby, of Farmer City, and Mrs. Roberts of Clinton were present from a distance. Was good to see the stars last Tuesday night. Nice Wednesday and Thursday. Real windy Sat- urday. Also Sunday. Blew up a stormy night - lot lightning and more rain by 11 o'clock. Warn- ings from Springfield all night. Tornado alert off by 11:45 Tues- day dawns clear and lot cooler. Another chain letter in the mails. Postal authorities say to stop such - break those chains! This a "recipe". send to 4 friends. SILTENNIAL BELLES MEET WEDNESD&T, The Sil-Tennial ing a meeting 24, at 2 p xn. Since the ship of the Belles is 300, it is hoped that there a large attendance at ing, as the Si tion will soon be here are problems to be arrangements to be PT: Somethin ables you to explain happy even though KENNETH MARTIN, 2, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth a d t CURB SERVICE DAILY 7:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. Full Line of SANDWICHES Served in Your Car o Delicious FROZEN CUSTARD Vanilla or Chocolate EVERY FRIDAY Fish Fry Enjoy Your Favorite Fish cooked just the way you like it. OUR DRIVE-IN OPENS SATU Drive out and enjoy your snack served right in your car. will open for the season this day night, and have curb every evening for your eating fort and enjoyment. Saturday Special Husband-Wife Night Fried Chicken Dinner The wife pcqrs full price, but her husband gets his for just half.p-e. The wife must pay the bill S DINNERS BRING THE FAMILY " Rost Beef or * Fried Chicken * Baked Ham * T-Bone Steaks * Shrimp Holmes. Grandparent is Ben F. Holmes. ....... DINER Contact tile Garden C[ub Re,afire 0 DON'S Planting Petunias For the SiI-Tennial RotrrE ,:: MOUNT JULIAN RAY SHULL, son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shull, of Bloomington, Ill., will graduate Tuesday, June 6 from Blooming- ton high school. Julian's grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Shull of R.IZ 3, Lincoln, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hanslow, of Mount Pulaski. SCHOOL LUNGS FOR MAT  TKBU th Monday: Baked beans and wieners, cole slaw, apple sauce, bread and butter and milk. Tuesday: Meat loaf, creamed mixed vegetables, fruit gelatin, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: Baked spiced ham, green beans, one-half raw apple, lemon pudding, bread and butter and milk. Thursday: Ba:bequed turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, cel- ery stick, peaches and milk. Friday: Toasty cheese on bun, vegetarian beans, buttered as- paragus, cherry dessert, milk. Old TtmcMr: One who remem. hers when a girl,s dress cost a whole lot less and covered a great deal more. I II IF WE'VE TOLD YOU ONCE COMPACT LANCER 'rim tm-k smm c.,mm Lancer Sports Coupe with a very luxurious interior. Manufacturer's suggested retail price: $2075*. Whitewalls and destination charge extra. *State sales tax not included. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE ..,WE'VE TOLD YOU SIX TIMES COMPACT LANCER Pr By an exclusive seven-step dip-and-spray anti-corrosion proc- ess that reaches every nook and cranny. Protects your investment, preserves your Dodge's good looks. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE D Cmm B.M te Stay 111M ml q All Dodge bodies are unitized, welded into one solid unit that stays tight and rattle-free for the life of the car. All the metal works. Only you go along for the quiet ride. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODQI[ COMPACT LANCER NM a Car in the Wrld Ridu B than Dedlle. Any Dodge will give you a superbly controlled ride on any surface. Thank Dodge's suspen- sion system. You'll call it incredible. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE Dtle Dulers are Dopendable. Your Dodge Dealer will give you a high trade-in, set the lowest pos- sible price on a new Dodge, and give you the very finest service in town. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE FULL-SIZE DART 00ANDARD OR COMPACT Y0U GEl" A GREAT DEAL WllH DOD6E DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. MOUNT PULASKI, ILUNOIS