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MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS PICTORIAL WEEKLY MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS, THURSDA.Y, JULY 26. 1951 NUMBER 52 NEWLYWEDS Mr and Mrs. J. Norman Kelp cutting their wedding cake following the marriage ceremony Wednesday evening, July 18, at the Zion Lutheran church. The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krueger. The legroom. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelp, is in the dispatcher's office of I.C.R.R. at Clinton, where they are residing. .Times-News Photo. CPL. GLEN E. I-IASSEBROCK, in s:orvice, is the son of Mr and Mrs. John fiasse- brock, ttis address is AF" 17306134 Pro. visional Squadron 1997 APe 125 ',;Post- master, New York. N. Y. WINNERS IN STOCK JUDGING CONTEST held at Illinois Milking Shorthorn As- sociation annual picmc at Laneview Farms last Friday: (left to riht)--Ralph Whitehead. Lewistown: Marvin Mode. Findlay; (?lara [Ieslerberg, Gifford; Carl Zander Findlay; Mrs. Eve Rigg, Mr. Carmel; Robert Benson. Bellflower; Lavern iehmelman, Delavan; Fletcher Stanley, Ingraham; Pauline Baker. LeRoy; Mr. and Mrs Harold Traynor and sons. Milton Junction, Wis., who were awarded a picnic basket for having come the greatest distance.Times-News Photo. ]EARLE CRUIT, President m Ill. Shorthorn Milking- association, addressing crowd at annual pic- nic at Lanevmw Farms Frriday. --Times.News Photo. 3ff hR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND hR. HERBERT F. LEt00Z EYES EXAMINED 62 . SlO BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL. WILBUR STOLL helped furnish the program for the annual picnic of the Illinois Milking Shorthorn Association at Laneview Farms Friday. He's singing'. Rev. Hein, do you think it was really that bad? Mrs. Edward yon Thun is the accompanist. Victor Stoll, master.of-ceremonies, is shown at right. Times.News Photo. 'i