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4 ICTORIAL WEEKLY MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1951 NUMBER 47 OF TIlE Logan -H Hot Rod Tractor club for the county at the Logan court- 5-10 by placing in PUlaski district rodeo. Rex Tracy of Williamsville scor- ed 161 out of a possible 185 to win first place. Left to right are Richard Sams, Mount Pulaski, 4th; Ray Taylor, Mount Pulaski, 3rd; Rex Tracy; Dick Thomas, Beason, 2nd; and Wetby Fotkes, Waynesville, 5th. The winner of the county fair rodeo will com- pete in the state contest at the state fair. _Times-News Photo MISS MARCIA MOORE, graduate of Lincoln Col- lege this month, who was quite prominent in dramatic productions while there, has been en- gaged this summer to take part in the patriotic play, "Forever This Land," which will be staged at New Salem State Park for two months this summer # /:: jl TI IM E - PROVE D pow[00 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION //14: i :t't ;t'] q :V tl|CEevrolet alone offers , complete Power Team. Automatic Transmission* Extra-Powerful 105-h.p. Valve-in-Head Engine EconoMiser Rear Axle brief s the automatic, power, team that tostyou finest no-sh|ft cinvmg at lowest , o clutch pedal, no gearshifting. Ooth, unbroken flow of power at all i ds. Timc-oroved dcoendabilitv. Come "ad tr f  - " Je {u,, - Y it .... Remember, more peop Uhevrolets than any other car! 'Optittal oil De L.xc modcl at extra co.t. In the low-price field, Chevrolet built the first automatic transmission . . and Chevrolet builds the fines__._t to give you smooth, , dependable no-shift driving at lowest cost! \\;': " '-e  xa, Your "DISCOVERY DRIVE" Augspurger & P leines, Inc. LIb'T D "-" LINCOLN, ILLINOIS _ MILS. I"ENA WOOD, 227 West Allen street, Springfield, former- ly of Mount Pulaski, has repre- sented the Puro Co. of St. Louis. Mo., for 19 years. When she vis. ited company headquarters re- cently a picture was taken of her and the company president, A. L. Sacks. Her sales territory is in Springfield and many central Illinois towns, including Mount Pulaski. "Lr'ERRY SUANNE. 3.year.old dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Meister, Jr., East Cooke street, Mount Pulaski. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Meister, Sr., Mount Pulaski, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dains, Elkhart.