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SOY CAPITAL SERENADERS of he Decatur Chap- ter of the Society for the Preservation and En- couragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, which will present a concert on the clos- ing night of the Sil-Tennial, July 29. Wally Ryan is their director. The '.:weet Adelines, a woman's group, will also assisl in the concert. DARREN WAYDE RUSE, 14-man" ths-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bus, e, R.R. Chestnut. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mosiel, RR. Lincoln, and Mrs. Freada Buse, Chestnut. cALL " 00TERMINIX I NEW LOW COST PROTECTION a Insured guarantee covers repair costs to house, building or contents should further termite damage occur. / lUECOMMENDED BY 164 ILUNOI| COMPANIES I MT. PULASKI FARMERf GRAIN & ELEV. CO. mB L Termlelx Ilepmstallvt ROBERT WARREN BUSE, 21 - year-old son of Mr. and Mr.. Wayne Buse, R.R. Chestnut Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mosiel, RR Lincoln, and Mrs. Freada Buse, Chestnut. CIARLES EDWARD INGHAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ing- ham of Greenview, graduated from Greenview high school, May 29, 1961. He will enter Southern University, at Carbondale, this fall. He is the grandson of Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mt. Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Ingham of Warrensburg. FOR ULLleAN PHONE 2-5418 PEADy/ ,,c,,GANs FA,o,s N00ss0mquee00 and Frozen Fruits  Preferred by those who want the best.  From the very heart of Michigan's 1[ ". largest fruit area. Packed in 30 Ib, cans at the peak of freshness and flavor. Make your buying arrangements now. Remember, Blos- som Queen fruits are the first choice to those who kr, ow. STRAWBERRIES PLACE 30-lb. Tin YOUR ORDER NOW! Closed Saturday at Noon -- MT. PULASKI FOOD LOCKERS PHONE SW 2-5419 MOUNT PULASKI -:- ILLINOIS MR. AND MRS. G. D. SCOTT, of LaCrosse, His,, a,nnounce the en- gagement of their daughter, MaD  Jean to William K. Smith of Mt. Pulaski. The bride.elect has been an elementary school teacher in Eau Claire, Wis. Mr. Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Smith of Flat Rock, Mich., is a member of the Times-News staff. An Oc. tober 1,t wedding date has been set. GREAT.GREAT, TER of Jabez Capps, and daughter of Estella and the late George N. Santa Barbara. Calif., Wolfs, who graduated erside High School this is going to receive unique gift. Her who is a sister of Gene' bringing her to the Sil as her graduation Rift. MRS. CECIL BUCKLES announces the engagement of her daughter. Sharon, to Dean Leesman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leeson, of Hartsbur. MR. AND MRS. DEAN nounce the enl daughter, Gloria, to Reynolds, son of Mrs. Reynolds of Decatur. Mis is a graduate of Mt. school. Mr. Reynolds is a ate of SVarrensburg-Lat school and is em erman Coal & Supply genta. A summer wedd in planned. STATII J SHE'S BEEN NESTING THERE lilY HEATER GO7" $TUCK ON 7HE WA,M PO$1TION... When anything gets stuck (or unstuck! on your car, make us your first port o call. Our men have a way with cars that puts them back into tip-top shape fasl. We also recommend our bumper-t" bumper check-up that stops trouble be- fore i.t starts! Drive in soon. HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount